Moray (called Moireibh in Scottish Gaelic) is a council area in the north east of Scotland, with its main council offices in the town of Elgin and a coast on the Moray Firth, where visitors come to see whales and dolphins. Ballindalloch Castle is located in the picturesque Spey Valley and from its beginnings as a 16th century fortified tower, through its extension during subsequent centuries has been home to the Macpherson-Grants family. There are beautiful gardens outside, whilst the the interior rooms are finely furnished and decorated and house a significant collection of Spanish paintings dating from the 17th century. Other attractions in Moray include Elgin Museum, the ruins of Drumin Castle, the Falconer Museum, Knockando Woolmill, the ruins of Elgin Cathedral, Cullen Beach and the Linn Falls, near the village of Aberlour.
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