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Category:Annan, Dumfries and Galloway

English: The former royal burgh of Annan (Gaelic: Anainn) is a well-built town, red sandstone being the material mainly used. Among its public buildings is Annan Academy of which the writer Thomas Carlyle was a pupil, a Georgian building now known as "Bridge House". The Town Hall, built in Victorian style in 1878, uses the local sandstone. Annan also features a Historic Resources Centre. In Port Street, some of the windows remain blocked up to avoid paying the window tax.
Gàidhlig: 'S e baile ann an Dùn Phris is Gall-Ghaidhealaibh a tha ann an Anainn (Beurla: Annan). Tha am baile suidhichte air bruach Abhainn Anainn mu 2 mhìle bho inbhir na h-aibhne. Tha Dùn Phrìs mu 15 mìltean air falbh. Tha Eastriggs mu 3 mìltean agus Gretna mu 8 mìltean ear air Anainn. 'S e seo na co-chomharran aige: 54° 58′ 58.8″ Tuath agus 3° 15′ 57.6″ Iar.
Nederlands: Annan is een voormalige koninklijke burgh in het bestuurlijke gebied Dumfries and Galloway, Schotland. Annan telt 8389 inwoners.
Norsk bokmål: Annan er en by ved elven Annan i Dumfries and Galloway, Skottland. Den ligger omkring 24 km fra Dumfries. Byen hadde 8 389 innbyggere i 2001.

CIVIL PARISH MAP of Dumfriesshire to be used as a guide. Ref: http://maps.nls.uk/atlas/thomson/555.html

CIVIL PARISH HISTORICAL TAX ROLLS for the Civil Parish of Annan, Dumfriesshire, (Volumes 1-5) refer : http://www.scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/digital_volumes/book.php?book_id=555&place_id=10&p_name=Dumfriesshire

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