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Stirling is a council of Scotland In 2011, its population was 90 247 inhabitants. It was created in 1994, and covers most of the old Perthshire and Stirling. The administrative center of this area is the city of Stirling. It limits with the councils of Clackmannanshire to the east, Falkirk to the southeast, Perth and Kinross to the north and northeast, Argyll and Bute to the north and northwest, East Dunbartonshire to the southwest and West Dunbartonshire to the southwest. The majority of population is in the Southeast of the zone, in the cities of Stirling, Dunblane, Bannockburn, Bridge of Allan and in the three old coal communities: Cowie, Fallin and Plean.

The latter are known as "The peoples of the East." The rest, 30%, is found in rural areas of the north. In this region is part of Loch Lomond, one of the largest of the British Isles.