Dunbartonshire is one of the traditional counties of Scotland, located on the north bank of the Clyde. Administrative headquarters and, despite different spelling today, the eponymous place was the city of Dumbarton. At the county included a easternmost enclave with the cities of Kirkintilloch and Cumbernauld.
As an administrative county consisted Dunbartonshire 1890-1975 and then went on in the Strathclyde region. Since 1996 the area of Dunbartonshire is divided essentially into the unitary authorities in East Dunbartonshire and West Dunbartonshire. Dunbartonshire is still one of the Lieutenancy Areas of Scotland.
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- Scottish county
- Geography (East Dunbartonshire )
- Geography (West Dunbartonshire )