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Scotland Council Quiz - Angus

Can you guess these facts about the Scottish council area of Angus?
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Last updated: January 27, 2022
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Large mid Angus town and administrative centre for Angus Council
Forfar
Two rivers with the same name, one of which marks part of the Angus boundary
North and
South Esk
Novelist and playwright Sir James Matthew Barrie, from Kirriemuir, is best remembered
as the creator of this adventurous flying boy
Peter Pan
Stunning fortification which is the legendary setting for Shakespeare's Macbeth
Glamis
Castle
Brechin born pioneer of radio direction finding and radar technology
Robert
Watson-Watt
The bar of the Glenesk Hotel in Edzell holds a Guinness World Record for the most
varieties of this beverage on sale
Whisky
Headland at the mouth of the Tay estuary which is now a Ministry of Defence training area
Buddon Ness
Born in Angus in 1826, this woman went on to be a Nevada pioneer and fortune teller
and one of the richest women in the USA after the Comstock Lode mining boom
'Eilley' Bowers
Coastal town with a large tidal basin, located near the northern boundary of Angus
Montrose
Type of smoked haddock which is a speciality of the town of Arbroath
Arbroath
Smokie
Angus settlement which was traditionally described as a city due to its medieval cathedral
Brechin
Sir Hugh Munro of Lindertis House was the founder of the Scottish Mountaineering Club and compiler of a list of Scottish mountains over this height (in feet) which now bear his name
3000 feet
Popular breed of small beef cattle which was originally native to the Angus area
Aberdeen
Angus
Coastal town best known for its golf course which often hosts the Open Championship
Carnoustie
Born in Angus in 1946, 'Bon' Scott went on to be a vocalist with this Australian rock band
AC/DC
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