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Traditional counties of Scotland

The Traditional counties of Scotland are historical areas of Scotland. They have not been used for any official purpose since 1889.

See also: Lieutenancy areas of Scotland, Subdivisions of Scotland, Traditional counties of England, Traditional counties of Wales.

Map of the traditional counties, courtesy of the Association of British Counties

Note: Due to the fragmentary nature of Cromartyshire, it is shown as a single geographical area with Ross-shire, the combined area being labelled "Ross-shire and Cromartyshire". For a more detailed map showing these two counties, see the Cromartyshire article.

See also: Association of British Counties