Wick can be described as one of the estuary towns as well as royal burghs located on northern side of Scotland’s Highland Council Area.
Historically, Wick is amongst 2 burghs within Caithness County. This place happens to straddle River Wick; thereby extending along 2 sides of ‘Wick Bay’.
Pulteneytown had developed along southern side of ‘River Wick’ in the nineteenth century by British Fisheries Socirty. Merging in to Wick on the official basis took place in the year 1902. ‘Wick Harbor’ lies on river’s Pulteneytown side.
Wick Bay can be referred to as ‘North Sea’ water between points of North Head and South Head along eastern coast of Caithness and Britain in Scotland’s Highland Area.
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Of Norse origin, it soon became a famous trading and commercial centre in United Kingdom!
It is in the estreme far end of Scotland.
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