Banff & Buchan

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Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, 1990 - Architecture - 175 pages
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Land of barren hillsides, glorious beaches, beautiful valleys, magnificent chateaux, planned towns, ancient kirks, remote graveyards, castles, and cliff-bottom fishing villages like Crovie and Pennan. This ''cold shoulder of Scotland'', under some of the clearest skies in Europe, contains a surprising quantity of architectural wealth; and it is through the architecture of Banff and Buchan that the hidden treasures and character of this once-private principality is explored.

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McKean is Professor of Scottish Architectural History at the University of Dundee.

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