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County Town: Perth
Population: 133,620
Area: 6,547 sq km
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Aberargie
Baiglie Inn
Aberfeldy
Ailean Chraggan Hotel
Black Watch Inn
Fountain
Almondbank
Almondbank Inn
Alyth
Airlie Street Bar
Burnside Inn
Losset Inn & Public House
Amulree
Amulree Country Hotel
Auchterarder
Blackford Inn
Golf Inn
Niblick
Blairgowrie
Athole Arms
Cartwheel Inn
Commercial
Crown Bar
Dreadnought Bar
Erichthouse
Micawbers
The Old Cross Inn & Restaurant
Woodside Inn
Bridge Of Earn
Cyprus Inn
Kintail Lodge
Burrelton
Burrelton Park Inn
Callander
Emelio Jackonelli Riverside Inn
Calvine
Struan Inn
Comrie
Royal Hotel
Stags Head
Crianlarich
Rod & Reel
The Crianlarich Hotel
Crieff
Meadow Inn
Pretoria Bar
Stags Head
Station Bar
Village Inn
Doune
Balhaldie Inn
Dunkeld
Tap Inn
Dunning
Kirkstyle Inn
Thorntree Inn
Glenfarg
Bein Inn
Glenisla
Blackbird Inn
Kenmore
Courtyard Brasserie & Bar
Kinross
Inn
Miller's Bar
Muirs Inn Kinross
Village Inn
Luncarty
Howards Inn & Resturant
Luncarty Recreation Club
Moulin
Moulin Hotel
Perth
Abbotsford
Anglers Inn
Bell Tree Inn
Chapelhill Inn
Chaplinz
Crees Inn
Dickens
Friar Inn
Half Moon
Kirkside Bar
Patricks Bar & Restaurant
Plough Inn
Railway Tavern
Ring O Bells
Silver Broom
Sportsters Sports Bar & Diner (Perth)
Thistle Tavern
Whitelaws Public House
Pitlochry
Ballinluig Inn Hotel
Moulin Inn
Old Armoury
Rattray
Bluejays
Marfield Bar
Park Inn
Scone
Aerodrome Inn
Kinnears Inn Bar & Restaurant

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The best part of a holiday is not so much to be resting yourself as to see all the other fellows busy working - Kenneth Grahame
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First Traffic Signals in Britain - 1868, Edward VIII abdicates - 1936
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