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Wednesday, September 21st, 2016, Aberdeen, Scotland.
A historic Scottish landmark could be brought back to life as a museum celebrating the lives of famous Aberdonians.
Aberdeen City Council has approved a 1.5 million pounds refurbishment of the city's Provost Skene's House - a popular tourist attraction.
The historic building will showcase the talents of some of the most famous names to come from the Granite City - from footballer Dennis Law and singer Annie Lennox to the likes of famous architect Archibald Simpson.
Pictured: An artists impression of the completed Mariscal Square with Provost Skene's House in the background.
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