Cox's Stack, a chimney from the former Camperdown works jute mill. The chimney takes its name from jute baron James Cox who later became Lord Provost of the city

Cox's Stack, a chimney from the former Camperdown works jute mill. The chimney takes its name from jute baron James Cox who later became Lord Provost of the city. Aligned with the tay rail bridge as mr cox was also on board that rebuilt the bridge.

Bronze statues of three characters from the comics, Desperate Dan, Minnie the Minx and Dawg in Dundee

Bronze statues of three characters from the comics, Desperate Dan, Minnie the Minx and Dawg in Dundee, Dundee City, Scotland

Sculpture of 3 Deer leaping over the hedge, at the southwestern corner of Dundee's Technology Park.

Sculpture of 3 Deer leaping over the hedge, at the southwestern corner of Dundee's Technology Park in Scotland

Creative and Fun Things to do in Dundee, Scotland

Creative and Fun Things to do in Dundee

Some of the best things to do in Dundee. Since this is Britain's first UNESCO city of design, the focus is on art and creativity, which Dundee has loads of!

Dundee, Scotland

Explore Dundee with this self-guided Treasure Hunt themed walking Treasure Trail around Dundee.

Broughty Castle, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland

People visiting the coast in winter can witness such stunning views as Broughty Ferry Castle (Dundee). Visiting during autumn and winter reduces crowding, which will encourage more people to visit year-round.

Dundee FC v Dundee United FC. The closest stadiums in Europe.

Dundee United's Tannadice Park and Dundee's Dens Park, famously the two closest professional clubs in the world.

Dundee: A New Cultural Capital for a (Potentially) New Scotland - Condé Nast Traveler

Dundee: A New Cultural Capital for a (Potentially) New Scotland

Friendliest (and Unfriendliest) Cities. (This is a picture of Edinburgh, Scotland. I can attest personally that the people there are friendly.

Mills Observatory: Gifted to the people of Dundee in 1935, it is the only British observatory to have been built with the sole aim of encouraging public understanding of science, and is the UK’s only full-time public observatory.

Mills Observatory: Gifted to the people of Dundee in it is the only British observatory to have been built with the sole aim of encouraging public understanding of science, and is the UK’s only full-time public observatory.

Scotland from above

The smoking chimneys of jute mills in Dundee, Scotland. Photographer: Royal Air Force Image reference: See more images of Dundee: © RCAHMS (RAF National Survey (Air Photographs), Collection)

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