Aberdeen is the third-largest city in , , with a population of over 220,000. It is a harbour city on Scotland's north-east coast, approximately 120 miles north of Edinburgh and 400 miles north of London, where the Rivers Dee and Don meet the North Sea.


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Arabic: أبردين, Armenian: Աբերդին, Azerbaijani: Aberdin, Belarusian: Абердзін, Bengali: অ্যাবরদিন, Breton: Obar Dheathain, Bulgarian: Абърдийн, Burmese: အဘာဒင်းမြို့, Chinese: 阿伯丁, French: Aberdeen, Georgian: აბერდინი, German: Aberdeen, Greek: Αμπερντήν, Hakka Chinese: Â-pak-tên, Hebrew: אברדין, Hindi: एबरडीन, Irish: Obar Dheathain, Italian: Aberdeen, Japanese: アバディーン, Kazakh: Абердин, Korean: 애버딘, Latin: Aberdonia, Latin: Devanha, Latvian: Aberdīna
Lithuanian: Aberdynas, Macedonian: Абердин, Malayalam: അബർഡീൻ, Manx: Aberdon, Marathi: अ‍ॅबर्डीन, Mongolian: Абердин, Ossetian: Абердин, Persian: ابردین, Portuguese: Aberdeen, Russian: Абердин, Samogitian: Aberdīns, Scots: Aiberdeen, Scottish Gaelic: Obar Dheathain, Serbian: Абердин, Spanish: Aberdeen, Telugu: అబెర్డీన్, Thai: แอเบอร์ดีน, Ukrainian: Абердин, Urdu: ابرڈین, Uzbek: Aberdin, Western Panjabi: ابردین, Wu Chinese: 阿伯丁, Yiddish: אבערדין, Yue Chinese: 鴨巴甸

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