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Buchan is a district of north-east [[Aberdeenshire]], washed by the [[North Sea]] on its north and east coasts. It is a primarilly agricultural region, with fishing from its coasts; the two main towns, [[Fraserburgh]] and [[Peterhead]] are among [[Scotland]]'s pre-eminent fishing ports. Buchan is a flat and low-lying area, open to searingly cold winds. the highest point, Mormond Hill, is topped by an array of broadcasting masts. Buchan also boasts the most easterly point in Scotland, Buchan Ness, south of Peterhead. A dialect form of [[Scots]] known as [[Doric]] is widely spoken in the region.
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'''Buchan''' is a district of north-east [[Aberdeenshire]], washed by the [[North Sea]] on its north and east coasts. It is a primarilly agricultural region, with fishing from its coasts; the two main towns, [[Fraserburgh]] and [[Peterhead]] are among [[Scotland]]'s pre-eminent fishing ports. Buchan is a flat and low-lying area, open to searingly cold winds. the highest point, Mormond Hill, is topped by an array of broadcasting masts. Buchan also boasts the most easterly point in Scotland, Buchan Ness, south of Peterhead. A dialect form of [[Scots]] known as [[Doric]] is widely spoken in the region.
  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 16:58, 30 November 2008

Buchan is a district of north-east Aberdeenshire, washed by the North Sea on its north and east coasts. It is a primarilly agricultural region, with fishing from its coasts; the two main towns, Fraserburgh and Peterhead are among Scotland's pre-eminent fishing ports. Buchan is a flat and low-lying area, open to searingly cold winds. the highest point, Mormond Hill, is topped by an array of broadcasting masts. Buchan also boasts the most easterly point in Scotland, Buchan Ness, south of Peterhead. A dialect form of Scots known as Doric is widely spoken in the region.