Photo Quiz 1

Aberdeen’s streets offer a wealth of historical and architectural interest – but can you identify where these features and viewpoints are found in the city centre?

QUESTION 1
ANSWER  
Railings at the Kirk of St Nicholas on Union Street.
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Bells ring out nearby.
QUESTION 2
ANSWER  
The Savings Bank, designed by Dr William Kelly in 1896, on Union Terrace, overlooking Union Terrace Gardens.
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A financial institution with a garden view.
QUESTION 3
ANSWER  
A view of Belmont Street from Patagonian Court, which links to Denburn Road.
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Climbing out of the valley.
QUESTION 4
ANSWER  
The Masonic Temple at 85 Crown Street. 
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The meeting place of an ancient order.
QUESTION 5
ANSWER  
201 Union Street, at the corner with Crown Street, “Canada House” was built for the North of Scotland Canadian Mortgage Company in the 1890s.
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Banking on the success of Union Street.

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