Science Fair Project Encyclopedia
|Clackmannanshire Council region from 1996|
- % Water
- Total (April 29, 2001)
302 / km²
Clackmannanshire is one of 32 unitary council regions in Scotland, and a Lieutenancy Area, bordering onto the areas of Perth and Kinross, Stirling and Fife. It is the smallest unitary council region in Scotland. Main industries: agriculture, brewing, and formerly coal mining.
N.b. The image of the traditional county inaccurately shows a detached part of Stirlingshire that lies locally in Clackmannanshire as being part of Clackmannanshire. It also shows this county bordering onto Fife when it fact its southern boundary borders with a detached part of Perthshire that lies locally in Fife.
Towns and villages
- Alloa - administrative centre
Places of interest
- Alloa Tower
- Ben Cleugh
- Castle Campbell
- Gartmorn Dam
- Menstrie Castle
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