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Old Town House, Old Aberdeen
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Old Town House, Old Aberdeen

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Old Town House, Old Aberdeen
The Old Town House, High Street, Old Aberdeen, prior to the construction of St Machar Drive. This Georgian Town House was built in 1788, by George Jaffrey, architect. Solid and symmetrical, it stands three storeys high under a piended slate roof with a central pediment and clock turret topped by a cupola. Over the entrance door is a freestone panel displaying the burgh coat-of-arms, dated 1721, wtih the Latin motto "Concordia res parvae crescunt" - By harmony small things increase.
Old Aberdeen
Buildings, General Buildings
A46_05
Aberdeen Local Studies
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