Strathmartine shown within Angus
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North East Scotland
Strathmartine is an area of Angus, Scotland (named after a local mythical hero, Strathmartin The Dragonslayer). It is to the north of Dundee and the surrounding district is often referred to as "the Howe o Strathmartine". William Lorimer, the classicist, known for producing a translation of the New Testament in Lowland Scots was born in Strathmartine. The area is home to Strathmartine Hospital which is a long stay hospital for people with severe learning disabilities.
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