River Almond, Perth and Kinross

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The River Almond within the River Tay catchment
Not to be confused with the River Almond in Lothian

The River Almond (Scottish Gaelic: Uisge Amain) is a tributary of the River Tay in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It rises in the hills to the south-east of Loch Tay, and flows eastwards through Glenalmond. It runs through the village of Almondbank, before joining the Tay immediately north of Perth. The river's course is around 48 kilometres (30 mi) long

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Coordinates: 56°25′26″N 3°27′44″W / 56.42382°N 3.46215°W / 56.42382; -3.46215