River Don, Aberdeenshire
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The River Don (Scottish Gaelic: Deathan) is a river in north-east Scotland. It rises in the Grampians and flows eastwards, through Aberdeenshire, to the North Sea at Aberdeen. The Don passes through Alford, Kemnay, Inverurie, Kintore, and Dyce. Its main tributary, the River Ury, joins at Inverurie.
River in Aberdeenshire, Scotland
|• location||Ladder Hills|
|Bridge of Don, Aberdeen|
|57.1760°N 2.0770°W / 57.1760; -2.0770|
|Length||131 km (81 mi)|
|Basin size||1,312 km2 (507 sq mi)|
|• average||20.64 m3/s (729 cu ft/s)|