Potarch


Potarch

Potarch is a hamlet in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, with a bridge across the River Dee. [cite web |url=http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/towns/townfirst4128.html |title=Potarch |publisher=Gazetteer for Scotland |accessdate=2007-04-28]

It is a popular location with tourists and day trippers, and has a hotel. [ [http://www.aberdeentoday.co.uk/shotel_detail.asp?id=125101 Aberdeen Today: Potarch Hotel] ]

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