With panoramic skylines, Aberdeen often has dramatic and colourful sunsets as summer draws to a close. Thanks to its northern latitude, Aberdeen summers are full of sunlight, with only an hour or two of complete night on a midsummers evening. In contrast, midwinter in Aberdeen can be almost a perpetual evening.
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Belmont Street, adjacent to Union Street in Aberdeen, is centrally placed in the city and is a popular evening location, with many bars, restaurants and clubs to choose from.
Recently re-cobbled and paved, Belmont Street is now also home to a farmers market once a month, and occasionally hosts the international market for Aberdeen.
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Seaton Park borders Old Aberdeen and Bridge of Don in the city, and extends to some 27-hectares. To the south Seaton Park runs beside the ancient cathedral of St Machar's, and is bordered on the west and north by the river Don and the ancient Brig o' Balgownie.
Seaton park is one of the largest in Aberdeen and is a popular visitor attraction, with park walks to take in the scented rose beds and an enclosed walled gardens beside the Hillhead stables.
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Home to seals, otters, roe deer and herons, the Donmouth Nature Reserve borders the river Don in Aberdeen, and covers the estuary and a section of coastline and dunes beyond.
Footpaths run through the nature reserve, leading from Seaton park and Brig o' Balgownie and connect with the Aberdeen beach esplanade.
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