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The most dramatic thing about Aberfeldy is the high hump-backed bridge into the town, built by William Adam in 1733 and commissioned by General Wade, who marched through Scotland suppressing local resistance after the Jacobite rebellion. The town itself is rather sleepy, but this is a popular base for exploring the region. It's Scotland's first fair-trade town, and a water mill here produces delicious stone-ground oatmeal. There's also a whisky distillery and plenty of local golf courses.
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