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Edinburgh Old Town - Around the Royal Mile

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The Market at the Tron Kirk, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh

The Tron Kirk is a former principal parish church in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a well-known landmark on the Royal Mile. It was built in the 17th century and closed as a church in 1952. Having stood empty for over fifty years, it was used briefly as a tourist information centre and, more recently, has been re-opened as a small marketplace. The Royal Mile is the name given to a succession of streets forming the main thoroughfare of the Old Town of the city of Edinburgh in Scotland. The name…

 Situated on the Royal Mile this century house was named after Thomas Gledstane who lived here with his wife Bessie Cunningham. Restore to traditional Scottish life and how they would have lived in the century Scotland Uk, England And Scotland, Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Travel, Castle Scotland, Glasgow, Perth, Places To Travel, Places To See

Get along to Gladstone’s Land this Saturday

From a wealthy merchant and his wife to their cook and scullery maid – these could be the real people waiting to greet you this weekend at the National Trust for Scotland’s Gladstone’s Land. On Sat…

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Tartans and Kilts Galore in Old Edinburgh! - Review of Tartan Weaving Mill, Edinburgh, Scotland - Tripadvisor

Tartan Weaving Mill: Tartans and Kilts Galore in Old Edinburgh! - See 296 traveler reviews, 218 candid photos, and great deals for Edinburgh, UK, at Tripadvisor.

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16 free things to do in Edinburgh, from history museums to hidden gardens

Read our guide to the best free attractions in Edinburgh, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Plan your trip with our expert reviews of free things to see and do, including Arthur's Seat, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Calton Hill Edinburgh, the Scottish National Gallery, Stockbridge and Leith.

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The sun was shining brightly in Edinburgh this morning, and all the gold-coloured things around the Royal Mile were glinting. Sunshine Photos, Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, Gold, Old City, Yellow

The sun was shining brightly in Edinburgh this morning, and all the gold-coloured things around the Royal Mile were glinting.

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Edinburgh 1910 The Market Cross , or the Mercat Cross as it was named in… Old Town Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Travel, British Isles, Glasgow, Great Britain, That Way, Beautiful World, Old Photos

The Market Cross , or the Mercat Cross as it was named in Scotland, was the original meeting place of choice for the merchants. Originally it stood just a little way down the road, and this location is marked by stones laid into the pavement. So popular was the Mercat Cross as a place of business that it retained much of its popularity even after the Royal Exchange had been built. Edinburgh 1910

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"Heave awa' chaps, I'm no' dead yet"

Speaking of "I'm not quite dead yet..." On 24 November, 1861, the 250 year-old houses at 99 and 103 High Street, on the Royal Mile, collapsed. 35 of the occupants were killed but as the debris was being cleared away, a young lad was heard to shout out from within the collapsed building "Heave awa' lads, I'm no deid yet". The memorial inscription above Paisley Close, which was built in place of the collapsed houses, has a more anglicised, middle-class interpretation of what was said - "Heave…

Castle and Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland, from 'scottish Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil',¡­ by Steven Gnam Landscapes Giclee Print - 61 x 41 cm Old Town Edinburgh, Visit Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh Scotland, Castle Rock, Pictures To Draw, Photo Wall Art, Around The Worlds, Canvas Prints

'Castle and Grassmarket, Edinburgh in C.1880, from 'scottish Pictures' Published by the Religious…' Giclee Print | Art.com

About This Piece Castle and Grassmarket Edinburgh in c from Scottish Pictures published by the Religious Tract Society engraving English School th century Private Collection Ken Welsh The Bridgeman Art Library Travel Art Art is the best way of seeing the world when travel isn’t possible. Explore our curation of travel art for a trip around the globe. See from tourist favorites landmarks–the Eiffel tower– to hidden gems like the breathtaking landscapes of Yosemite National Park. Product…

A rich elderly woman wanted to be the first person to cross the South Bridge on the grand opening in 1788 - she died a few days before the opening however was granted her wish by crossing in her coffin. Is the bridge cursed? Grand Opening, Your Story, Old Town, Coffin, Edinburgh, Bridge, Woman, History, Opening Day

A rich elderly woman wanted to be the first person to cross the South Bridge on the grand opening in 1788 - she died a few days before the opening however was granted her wish by crossing in her coffin. Is the bridge cursed? #HearYourStory #SeeYourCity