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Breadalbane

Breadalbane (brədălˈbĭn, brĕd–, –dôlˈ–) [key], mountainous district, in the W Grampian Mts., NW Perth and Kinross and NE Stirling, central Scotland. The district, picturesque and sparsely cultivated, is the site of the Breadalbane hydroelectric power scheme (120-MW capacity).

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