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Aberdeen is the third most populous city in Scotland, which is a member of the EU. The city, which has the title “City of Granite” with is granite architecture, has gained an important role in Europe due to its discovery of North Sea oil. Aberdeen has increased its employment rate consistently and remains the most important trading port center of Scotland. The University of Aberdeen, which holds several Nobel Prize winners, brings the city to the fore in the field of education. St. Nicholas’ Church, the Ecclesgreig Castle, and Slains Castle, the Kirk of St. Nicholas, which reflect the gothic architectural style, are important historical buildings and are frequently visited by the tourists.