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Tifty is near Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. [1]

Turriff Town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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Coordinates: 57°27′19″N2°22′39″W / 57.4554°N 2.3775°W / 57.4554; -2.3775

Geographic coordinate system Coordinate system

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