bronze statue commissioned by Aberdeen City Council and unveiled by Colonel-in-Chief of the Gordon Highlanders, Prince Charles
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Dimensions:2450 x 3685 px | 20.7 x 31.2 cm | 8.2 x 12.3 inches | 300dpi
Location:Aberdeen City Centre Scotland
Situated at Castle Street next to King Street. This three-dimensional bronze statue was commissioned by Aberdeen City Council and unveiled by the Colonel-in-Chief of the Gordon Highlanders, Prince Charles, the Duke of Rothesay. It had been campaigned for over a number of years and was selectedfollowing a national competiton. The winning design features two Gordon Highlanders, dressed in historic and present-day uniform, one is from the early days of the Regiment and the other from its closing years before the amalgamation of the Regiment in 1994 when it became part of the Highlanders. These figures are set upon a rough granite block which forms a plinth. Sculptor: Mark Richards.