Hello wee Laddie and lassie~ ^^
i'm a region in Scotland "FREEDOM!" sorry aboot that
-cough- , as ye all know that SHEEP are the best animals on the PLANET as they are soooo Fluffy like a Soft pillow~
I live with me dad Scotland
, that's when i want to~ ^^ but me house is sooo cold
so i just go to his....
i'm a nice person~ i love to play pranks, Aye i'm kinda perverted like me dad ...but...i guess... AYE i have a sense of humor i may have been taken under Uncle England Role when i was wee but i HAVE humor~ >.<
Hair: Dark ginger
Eye colour: light green
Weight: 10 stone
Human Age: 18
Birthday: 30th November
Language: Gaelic , English
Religion: Roman Catholic
FAMILY & FRIENDS~
Aberdeen area has seen human settlement for at least 8,000 years. The city began as two separate burghs: Old Aberdeen at the mouth of the river Don; and New Aberdeen, a fishing and trading settlement, where the Denburn waterway entered the river Dee estuary. The earliest charter was granted by William the Lion in 1179 and confirmed the corporate rights granted by David I. In 1319, the Great Charter of Robert the Bruce transformed Aberdeen into a property-owning and financially independent community. Granted with it was the nearby Forest of Stocket, whose income formed the basis for the city's Common Good Fund which still benefits Aberdonians. During the Wars of Scottish Independence, Aberdeen was under English rule, so Robert the Bruce laid siege to Aberdeen Castle before destroying it in 1308 followed by the massacring of the English garrison and the retaking of Aberdeen for the townspeople. The city was burned by Edward III of England in 1336, but was rebuilt and extended, and called New Aberdeen. The city was strongly fortified to prevent attacks by neighbouring lords, but the gates were removed by 1770.
During the Wars of the Three Kingdoms of 1644–1647 the city was impartially plundered by both sides. In 1644, it was taken and ransacked by Royalist troops after the Battle of Aberdeen. In 1647 an outbreak of bubonic plague killed a quarter of the population. In the 18th century, a new Town Hall was built and the first social services appeared with the Infirmary at Woolmanhill in 1742 and the Lunatic Asylum in 1779. The council began major road improvements at the end of the 18th century with the main thoroughfares of George Street, King Street and Union Street all completed at the start of the 19th century.
The increasing economic importance of Aberdeen and the development of the shipbuilding and fishing industries led to the existing harbour with Victoria Dock, the South Breakwater, and the extension to the North Pier. The expensive infrastructure program had repercussions, and in 1817 the city was bankrupt. However, a recovery was made in the general prosperity which followed the Napoleonic wars. Gas street lighting arrived in 1824 and an enhanced water supply appeared in 1830 when water was pumped from the Dee to a reservoir in Union Place. An underground sewer system replaced open sewers in 1865. The city was first incorporated in 1891. Although Old Aberdeen still has a separate charter and history, it and New Aberdeen are no longer truly distinct. They are both part of the city, along with Woodside and the Royal Burgh of Torry to the south of the River Dee.
Religion:Traditionally Christian, Aberdeen's largest denominations are the Church of Scotland (through the Presbytery of Aberdeen) and the Roman Catholic Church, both with numerous churches across the city, with the Scottish Episcopal Church having the third-largest number. The most recent census in 2001 showed that Aberdeen is the least religious city in Scotland, with nearly 43% of citizens claiming to have no religion and several former churches in the city have been converted into bars and restaurants. In the Middle Ages, the Kirk of St Nicholas was the only burgh kirk and one of Scotland's largest parish churches. Like a number of other Scottish kirks, it was subdivided after the Reformation, in this case into the East and West churches. At this time, the city also was home to houses of the Carmelites (Whitefriars) and Franciscans (Greyfriars), the latter of which surviving in modified form as the chapel of Marischal College as late as the early 20th century.
Also Aberdeen (Gaelic for mouth of Dee) is a city in Eastern Scotland. It is situated at the mouths of the rivers Dee and Don. Aberdeen is the 3rd biggest city in Scotland. It is the most important center in the North of GB, the sea port is the largest in North-East Scotland and Aberdeen’s heliport is one of the busiest commercial heliport in the world. Aberdeen is deemed to be the oil capital of Great Britain and some say Europe. The city is also known as “Granite City” or “Silver City with the Golden Sands” because most of the buildings in the inner-city as well as the University of Abe… read morerdeen are made of granite which is manufactured in the region and shines silvery in the sunlight.
Aberdeen has two universities: the University of Aberdeen (founded 1495, the 5th oldest in the English speaking world) and the newer Robert Gordon University. Therefore, Aberdeen is the educational center of the North-East.