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photograph to follow nce the administrative centre, through the ancient Cistercian Abbey of Deer, this pretty little Aberdeenshire town, together with neighbouring New Deer, has much to offer the visitor.
The last Celtic Earl of Buchan (Fergus), founded the Cistercian Abbey of St Mary in the Vale of Deer opposite the banks of the Ugie.



he town of Old Deer, although very much smaller than New Deer, can undoubtably be considered the 'capital' of this area. It was during the time of the Reformation that this large parish was divided into two and you can read in more detail on this subject in our history section.
Last updated August 2000
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