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Dundee is a village in Yates County, New York, that was incorporated in 1848. The population is approximately 1,700. The name was taken from Dundee, the city in Scotland with a population of 148,260.

Dundee and Yates Country as a whole has a large Mennonite population that began in 1974.  Many families of the Groffdale Conference Mennonite Church moved to Yates County from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, seeking cheaper farmland. The Yates County Old Order Mennonites settlement is the largest horse-and-buggy community in the State of New York.

Dundee and the surrounding area is home to various wineries, farms, and a popular dirt motorsports race track.

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