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Turriff (from Scottish Gaelic Torraibh 'place of round hills') is a town and civil parish in Aberdeenshire in Scotland. It lies on the River Deveron, about 166 feet (51 m) above sea level, and has a population of 5,708. In everyday speech it is often referred to by its Scots name Turra, which is derived from the Scottish Gaelic pronunciation.
Town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Human settlement in Scotland
High Street, Turriff
|Population||4,700 (mid-2020 est.)|
|OS grid reference||NJ725505|
|• Edinburgh||160 miles (257 km) SSW|
|• London||569 miles (916 km) SSE|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|57.539031°N 2.461141°W / 57.539031; -2.461141|