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Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom (56.66667 -2.91667)
Angus can be split into three geographic areas. To the north and west, the topography is mountainous. This is the area of the Grampian Mountains, Mounth hills and Five Glens of Angus, which is sparsely populated and where the main industry is hill farming. Glas Maol – the highest point in Angus at 1,068 m (3,504 ft) – can be found here, on the tripoint boundary with Perthshire and Aberdeenshire. To the south and east the topography consists of rolling hills (such as the Sidlaws) bordering the sea; this area is well populated, with the larger towns. In between lies Strathmore (the Great Valley), which is a fertile agricultural area noted for the growing of potatoes, soft fruit and the raising of Angus cattle.
Pentland Hills Regional Park, Dreghorn Link, Colinton Mains, Fairmilehead, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, EH13 9QR, United Kingdom (55.84599 -3.30752)
Coordinates: 55.79173 -3.49749 55.90023 -3.19748 - Minimum elevation: 32 m - Maximum elevation: 575 m - Average elevation: 236 m