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Almenningsgarður
“For those who want a view of the city but don't want to ramble up Arthurs Seat. ”
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Palace
“The Queen's official residence in Edinburgh and the home of Scottish royal history. Open throughout the year, the Palace of Holyroodhouse stands at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile, with beautiful views of Arthur's Seat. ”
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Palace
“The Palace of Holyroodhouse sits next to the Scottish Parliament building, both at the end of the Royal mile. It is commonly referred to as Holyrood Palace, and is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland, where she normally spends a week at the beginning of each summer.”
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Vegur
“Known as such as it is one mile long and connects two of Edinburgh's most iconic locations - Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle, this is one of the busiest streets in Old Town. The Royal Mile is an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions. During the August Edinburgh Festival, the High Street becomes crowded with tourists, entertainers and buskers. It has various souvenir shops along with vintage and quirky bohemian clothes shops, you will also find multiple traditional whiskey shops and drinks locally sourced from Edinburgh and wider Scotland for you to sample and buy. You can also browse through various shops selling Scottish tartan and tweeds. ”
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Minnismerki / kennileiti
“The Scott Monument is a Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. It is the second largest monument to a writer in the world after the José Martí monument in Havana. It stands in Princes Street Gardens, just opposite the Jenners department store and near to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station, which is named after Scott's Waverley novels. The tower is 200 feet 6 inches (61.11 m) high, and has a series of viewing platforms reached by a series of narrow spiral staircases giving panoramic views of central Edinburgh and its surroundings. The highest platform is reached by a total of 288 steps.”
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Kirkja
“The High Kirk of Edinburgh on the Royal Mile. Entry by donation to this historic cathedral.”
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Minnismerki / kennileiti
“You can walk up the (many!) steps inside the monument to fabulous views from the top. Just bear in mind it's not for you if you have a fear of heights or are claustrophobic as the stairwell is very narrow near the top!”
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Kastali
“Edinburgh Castle is a historic fortress which dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, from its position on the Castle Rock. ”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“Skye terrier dog statue known as Greyfriars Bobby. Bobby faithfully guarded over his owners grave in the nearby Greyfriars Kirkyard for fourteen years.”
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Kastali
“Craigmillar Castle is a ruined medieval castle in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is three miles (4.8 km) south-east of the city centre. It is best known for its association with Mary, Queen of Scots, who convalesced in the castle after an illness after the birth of her son, the future James VI in 1566. Enjoy views to the north over the city of Edinburgh from the castle ramparts.”
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Listagallerí
“Art and antiquities from the royal collection plus special exhibitions in a Victorian building.”
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Kastali
“Lauriston Castle, a manor house built in the late 16th century with additions in the 19th century overlooking fields and the sea. Open for tours, £6 - £8. Beautiful extensive grounds for lovely walks, beautiful Japanese garden with a beautiful view of Cramond Beach and Cramond Island.”
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History Museum
“Fascinating museum showing domestic life in Edinburgh's Old Town in 17th century”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Historic setting beside the castle and then walk down the royal Mile to Holyrood.”
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Kastali
“The castle of Craigmillar is one of the most perfectly preserved castles and medieval strongholds in Scotland. Building began in the early 15th century, and over the next 250 years the castle became a comfortable residence surrounded by fine gardens and pastureland. The castles history is not only closely involved with the city of Edinburgh, but plays an important part in the story of Mary Queen of Scots who fled to Craigmillar Castle following the murder of her friend and suspected lover David Rizzio. It was in the castle where the plot was hatched to murder Mary's husband, Lord Darnley. ”
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