Moray

This page is about the county in Scotland. For the Incan archeological site, see . Moray is a county in the of . It's a small county sandwiched between Aberdeenshire and Highland local government areas.

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is the county town of Moray in north-east , best known for its ruined cathedral which made it a "city". Photo: Billreid, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a fishing village in Moray in which now stands on the frontline of Britain's air defences. Photo: Billreid, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a town in Moray in north-east Scotland, with a population in 2011 of 12,587. Photo: Nilfanion, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Moray

Latitude of center
57.4167° or 57° 25' north
Longitude of center
-3.25° or 3° 15' west
Population
67,600

Also Known As

  • Dutch: County of Moray
  • English: County of Moray
  • English: Elgin and Forres
  • English: Elginshire
  • English: Morayshire
  • French: Morayshire
  • German: Moray
  • German: Morayshire
  • Irish: Móireabh
  • Irish: Siorrachd Mhoireibh
  • Italian: Contea di Moray
  • Italian: Conte di Moray
  • Italian: Elginshire
  • Italian: Morayshire
  • Italian: Signore di Moray
  • Japanese: モレイシャー
  • Latin: Elginensis
  • Latin: Morayshire
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Morefscīr
  • Russian: Морей
  • Scottish Gaelic: Siorrachd Mhoireibh
  • Serbo-Croatian: Moray

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