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Having visited Aberdeen for over 50 years and just found this quant little Aberdeen village right at the harbour entrance. This place was a turn back in time and it still has that feeling of walking around a community in the early 1900.
You can still see the serious face of a small fishing village under the jokey signage and colourful flowers. At the Harbour mouth Fittie is an interesting half hour stroll with small houses, sheds etc decorated with all sorts of knick knacks. Take your camera...More
It's s a good place for walking near Aberdeen harbour in a sunny day. Tiny rows of wee houses represent the bygone era of Aberdeen, when oil was not found in North Sea. There are also few places to eat nearby.
Well worth a visit to see what it must have been like living in what still is, effectively a small, closed community. Changed vastly over the years as more incomers move in, but still a worthwhile place to see. Just don't be TOO nosy as...More
Fit tie used to be where the people who worked in the herring trade. Say a hundred years ago. Now the houses are for people who have lots of money. The houses are very small but really quaint. In the winter time the place looks...More
A very particular little village, with unusual features! All houses face minute dwellings that are now used as sheds I suppose. As one walks through the streets, one encounters gardens with different objects such as dwarfs, flags, funny notes on the doors. In short a...More