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Angus is a one of the 32 local government council areas of Scotland, a registration county and a lieutenancy area in the East of Scotland. It covers an area of 540,352 acres (2,187 square km) and has a population of 97,312 people, giving a population density of 0.18 people per acre (45 people per square km). The major city (or county town) is Forfar and the highest point, mountain or peak is Glas Maol (grid reference NO166765) at 3,504 feet (1068 m). Angus comprises three distinct geographic areas. The north and west area is mountainous (the area of the five Angus Glens), is sparsely populated and the main industry is hill-farming. The southern and eastern area consists of rolling hills bordering the sea, is well populated and has large towns and the city of Dundee on the coast. In between is Strathmore (Gaelic for the Great Valley) which is a fertile agricultural area noted for potatoes, soft fruits and the raising of Angus cattle. Angus includes the postal districts: DD1, DD10, DD11, DD2, DD3, DD4, DD5, DD7, DD8, DD8, and DD9. For Angus, Scotland we have 10,957 business listings, mostly in the Services, Retail, and Construction industries. The most common business being Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified, Eating Places, and Real Estate Agents and Managers.