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Lemon Tree Hotel, Huxter Row
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Lemon Tree Hotel, Huxter Row

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Lemon Tree Hotel, Huxter Row
Lemon Tree Hotel, Huxter Row, off Castle Street, which was demolished to make way for the Town House in the 1870s. The title was transferred to a house in St. Nicholas Street and more recently to the Lemon Tree arts venue in West North Street. Huxter Row was a narrow street running from Broad Street, parallel with Union Street, to the old Town House and then joining Union Street at right angles. The street derived its name because of the booths of hucksters - small traders.
Aberdeen City Centre
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