The House of Monymusk

Monymusk (Scottish Gaelic: Monadh Musga) is a planned village in the Marr area of Aberdeenshire, Scotland which was almost entirely rebuilt in 1840,[1][2] although its history dates back to 1170.[1]

It is a site for fishing on the nearby River Don.[3]



See also


  1. ^ a b Monymusk. Gazetteer for Scotland.
  2. ^ Monymusk History. Gazetteer for Scotland.
  3. ^ Monymusk Fishing

External links

Coordinates: 57°13′37″N 2°31′26″W / 57.2269°N 2.52385°W / 57.2269; -2.52385

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