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Provost Skene House is an historic building located in Aberdeen, Scotland. It was built in 1545, making it one of the oldest buildings in the city. The building is named after the Provost of Aberdeen, David Skene, who originally owned the building. It has gone through many renovations and changes throughout its history, but has maintained its original charm. The building has a distinctive tower and is made of sandstone and granite.