Banffshire ( Siorrachd Bhanbh in Gaelic) is one of the traditional counties of Scotland, located in the northeast of Scotland, between the Cairngorm Mountains and the coast of the Moray Firth. Historical administrative headquarters and the eponymous place is the town of Banff. The largest city in the county is Buckie, a small town with 8000 inhabitants.
As the administrative county was Banffshire 1890-1975 and then went on in the region Grampian. The Grampian region was disbanded in 1996; since the area of Banffshire is divided between the two unitary authorities Moray and Aberdeenshire. Banffshire is still one of the Lieutenancy Areas of Scotland.
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