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Provost Skene's House
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Provost Skene's House

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Provost Skene's House
Historic Photographs
Provost Skene's House
Provost Skene's House, dating from 1545, also known as Cumberland's Lodging when it was occupied by the Duke of Cumberland during his pursuit of Jacobites in 1746. It belonged to Sir George Skene of Rubislaw, Provost of Aberdeen from 1676 to 1685. In the nineteenth century, it had become the Victoria Lodging House and was only saved from demolition in 1938 by the intervention of the Queen Mother. It is now used as a museum.
Aberdeen City Centre
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Aberdeen Local Studies
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