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Situated on the John Mosby highway, Aldie is between Middleburg and  Gilbert's Corner in Loudon County. The town is located in a gap of the twin mountain's Bull Run and  Catoctin. A river named, Little flows through the area.Aldie is famous for its Art and Culture, since it is host's two Annual Festivals. Apart from the Festival of  Harvest and the show of Aldie Mill Art, Aldie is also famous for its historical landmarks.Some of the historical places include's the Loudon Mechanical & Agricultural  University , Historic Mill District of Aldie and the Mount Zion Baptist Church. Most of the residents are engaged in various activities and the town is also home to some famous residents like, J. Beckwith Neale.



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