Tullynessle

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Tullynessle is a hamlet in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is connected to Forbes 3 miles from Alford.[1]

It formerly had Tullynessle Tower, which is now gone. It was the summer residence of Patrick Forbes of Carse, the Bishop of Aberdeen from 1564 to 1635.[2] It also has Terpersie Castle, which is privately owned.[3] It has a primary school, Tullynessle Primary School.[4] Its pupils attend Alford Academy for their secondary education.

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Coordinates: 57°15′53″N 2°44′03″W / 57.26472°N 2.73417°W / 57.26472; -2.73417