Category:Spittal of Glenshee

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English: The Spittal of Glenshee lies at the head of Glenshee in the highlands of eastern Perth and Kinross, Scotland where the confluence of many small streams flowing south out of the Grampians form the Shee Water. For centuries, there has been a hostel or inn at the site and, in modern times, the small village has become a centre for travel, tourism and winter sports in the region, sited at a bend on the A93 trunk road which leads from Blairgowrie north past the Spittal to the Glenshee Ski Centre and on to Braemar.
Gàidhlig: 'S e baile-beag ann am Peairt agus Ceann Rois a th' ann an Spideal Ghlinn Sìdh. 'S e seo na co-chomharran aige: 56° 48′ 46.66″ Tuath agus 3° 27′ 33.84″ Iar.


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