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) is a town in the council area of Stirling in central Scotland.The town was a royal burgh and part of Perthshire until the 1975 abolition of Scottish counties, from which point it became part of Stirling District in Central Region.In 1994, the regions were themselves abolished and Dunblane's only local authority became Stirling Council.In addition, Dunblane has an active community council.Until 1983, Dunblane was part of the Kinross and Western Perthshire constituency of the UK parliament, being represented by predominantly Unionist (and Conservative) MPs.
There are parallels to Dul Blaan in such Scottish place-names as Dalserf, Dalmarnock and Dalpatrick, all of which commemorate saints.