Map of Angus

To make your trip as comfortable as possible, it is very important to arrange all the details of your trip (estimated costs, travel insurance, hotel reservations) before you get to your destination. It is also useful to know where to find reliable car hire services in the area. The map of Angus is a perfect source of information and a great travel organizer. This map of Angus portrays the entire region and its surroundings, providing detailed information about the major cities of this Scottish province.

Angus used to be a county which used to be known as Forfashire until the 18th century. It was in 1928 when Angus was reverted back to being called its Ancient name and it carries it until today. It is considered a lieutenancy area while it remains to be a registration county. The council district that controls the different administrative functions in 1975 is now located at the Tayside Region.

Map Of Angus showing its proximity to Dundee and Aberdeen

Its early history was recorded during the Neolithic era. Several materials collected from postholes in Friockheim have been used to trace the rich history of the area. Most of those that were found were basically used for religious purposes if not for agriculture.

Based on the 2001 census, the population of Angus was estimated to be about 108,000. It has a total land area of 2,100 square kilometres. This country used to be associated with the Pictish kingdom of Circinn. In the past Angus used to be one with Mearns. Its border in the north is the kingdom of Ce. To the west it has Fotla while it has Fib to the south. The sculptured stones found in Angus were remnants of the Angus Pictish age. The collections of Aberlemno, St Vigeans, Kirriemuir and Monifieth were some of the most particularly noted.

Angus became popular to the world because of these artistic ancient collections. The borders of Angus in the north east are shared with Kincardineshire, Perthshire to its west while Aberdeenshire lies as its border to the north. Towards the south, Angus faces Fife across the Firth of Tay.