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Edinburgh Collection

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, City Skyline. City skyline viewed from Calton Hill looking towards Castle Rock

Scotland, Edinburgh, City Skyline. City skyline viewed from Calton Hill looking towards Castle Rock and the surrounding old town

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh Castle is built upon the remains of an extinct

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh Castle is built upon the remains of an extinct volcano, originally known as Lookout Hill but now known as Castle Rock

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Waverley Station. Waverley station, the principal railway station in Edinburgh

Scotland, Edinburgh, Waverley Station. Waverley station, the principal railway station in Edinburgh, situated beneath the North Bridge linking the two towns

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh Castle illuminated at night

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh Castle illuminated at night

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, North Bridge

Scotland, Edinburgh, North Bridge. The current North Bridge linking the Old and New Town districts. The Scotsman Hotel to the right used to be home to the Scotsmans Newspaper

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. John Knox House on the Royal Mile

Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. John Knox House on the Royal Mile. John Knox, whom Mary Queens of Scots believed to be the most dangerous man in her Kingdom

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City. The Scotsman Building alongside the North Bridge

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh City. The Scotsman Building alongside the North Bridge, linking Princes Street with the Edinburgh Old Town

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. The last light of the setting sun illuminates Edinburgh

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. The last light of the setting sun illuminates Edinburgh Castle

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. Sir William Wallace statue

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle. Sir William Wallace statue, a famous leader during the First War of Scottish Independence, situated at the entrance to Edinburgh Castle

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. Whisky shop on Canongate, part of the Royal Mile

Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. Whisky shop on Canongate, part of the Royal Mile

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, City Skyline. Edinburgh city viewed from Calton Hill looking towards

Scotland, Edinburgh, City Skyline. Edinburgh city viewed from Calton Hill looking towards the River Forth

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. Cobbled stone road and traditional red telephone boxes in

Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. Cobbled stone road and traditional red telephone boxes in the High Street, part of the historic Royal Mile in the Old Town

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Princes Street. Looking towards Princes Street

Scotland, Edinburgh, Princes Street. Looking towards Princes Street and the first phase of the New Town, built between 1766 and 1800, with the National Gallery complex in the foreground

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Princes Street Christmas Market. A traditional European Christmas Market

Scotland, Edinburgh, Princes Street Christmas Market. A traditional European Christmas Market located along Princes
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Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Balmoral Hotel Clock Tower

Scotland, Edinburgh, Balmoral Hotel Clock Tower
Scotland, Edinburgh, Balmoral Hotel. Balmoral Hotel clock tower (complete with Christmas decorations), often referred to as the most photographed clock tower in Scotland

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Forth Bridge

Scotland, Edinburgh, Forth Bridge. Forth Road Bridge connecting Scotlands capital city, Edinburgh, with Fife, leaving the Lothians at Dalmeny and arriving in Fife at North Queensferry

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Greyfriars Bobby. Statue of Greyfriars Bobby

Scotland, Edinburgh, Greyfriars Bobby. Statue of Greyfriars Bobby, the famous loyal Skye Terrier who lay on the grave of his master John Gray for 14 years after his death in 1858 - Only leaving his

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Omni Centre. These two giraffes that stand proud outside the Omni situated at

Scotland, Edinburgh, Omni Centre. These two giraffes that stand proud outside the Omni situated at Greenside Place, were created entirely out of scrap metal

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. A city taxi waiting in traffic on Bank Street

Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. A city taxi waiting in traffic on Bank Street. The building at the end of the street is the Bank of Scotland

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, North Bridge. The current North Bridge linking the Old

Scotland, Edinburgh, North Bridge. The current North Bridge linking the Old and New Town districts. The Scotsman Hotel to the right used to be home to the Scotsmans Newspaper

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Balmoral Hotel. The Balmoral Hotel designed by architect W

Scotland, Edinburgh, Balmoral Hotel. The Balmoral Hotel designed by architect W. Hamilton Beattie and originally opened in 1902 as the North British Hotel

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Bank of Scotland. A prominent feature of the Edinburgh skyline

Scotland, Edinburgh, Bank of Scotland. A prominent feature of the Edinburgh skyline, the Bank of Scotland head office on The Mound. Construction of this impressive building was completed in 1806

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. The New College and Assembly Hall on the Mound were opened in 1846

Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. The New College and Assembly Hall on the Mound were opened in 1846 as the Free Church of Scotland New College

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Playhouse. The Edinburgh Playhouse

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Playhouse. The Edinburgh Playhouse, which originally opened as a cinema in 1929, was designed by architect John Fairweather who gained inspiration for the design

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Calton Hill. Nelsons Monument on Calton Hill

Scotland, Edinburgh, Calton Hill. Nelsons Monument on Calton Hill, erected to celebrate the Nelsons victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Scotland, Edinburgh, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Prayer Flags on a tree in the gardens of the RBGE. Prayer Flags are a common sight on mountain passes across Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Fettes College

Scotland, Edinburgh, Fettes College. Fettes College, a private coeducational independent boarding and day school in Edinburgh

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Union Canal

Scotland, Edinburgh, Union Canal. Canal Boat moored near the Lochrin Basin on the Union Canal near Fountainbridge. Now known as the Edinburgh Quay

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, West Princes Street Gardens

Scotland, Edinburgh, West Princes Street Gardens. St Cuthberts Church viewed from Princes Street Gardens

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Greyfriars Bobby

Scotland, Edinburgh, Greyfriars Bobby. Greyfriars Bobby, the famous loyal Skye Terrier who lay on the grave of his master John Gray for 14 years after his death in 1858 - Only leaving his grave

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Bank of Scotland

Scotland, Edinburgh, Bank of Scotland. A prominent feature of the Edinburgh skyline, the Bank of Scotland head office on The Mound. Construction of this impressive building was completed in 1806

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith

Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. A barge (now a floating restaurant) moored on The Shore in Leith, a suburb of the city of edinburgh

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Skyline

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Skyline
Scotland, Edinburgh, City Skyline. Impressive skyline of Edinburgh City viewed from Calton Hill looking towards Castle Rock and the surrounding old town

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Portobello

Scotland, Edinburgh, Portobello. Sunrise at Portobello, often referred to as the Edinburgh Seaside

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Waverley Station

Scotland, Edinburgh, Waverley Station. Roof of Waverley station, the principal railway station in Edinburgh, situated beneath the North Bridge linking the two towns

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith Street. Rush hour traffic on Leith Street looking towards the Balmoral

Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith Street. Rush hour traffic on Leith Street looking towards the Balmoral Hotel and the Register House

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Calton Hill. Looking across Edinburgh City New Town to The Firth of Forth

Scotland, Edinburgh, Calton Hill. Looking across Edinburgh City New Town to The Firth of Forth

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnston Terrace Wildlife Reserve. Johnston Terrace Wildlife Reserve

Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnston Terrace Wildlife Reserve. Johnston Terrace Wildlife Reserve, a Scottish Wildlife Trust walled wildlife garden in the centre of Edinburgh

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Princes Streeet Gardens. Trees and grass lawn in Princes Street Gardens

Scotland, Edinburgh, Princes Streeet Gardens. Trees and grass lawn in Princes Street Gardens, created in the 1820s when the Nor Loch was drained

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Tollcross. A modern construction on the edge of the financial district

Scotland, Edinburgh, Tollcross. A modern construction on the edge of the financial district, New Uberior House located on Tollcross in the South-West of the City Centre

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Holyroodhouse. The Palace of Holyroodhouse and Holyrood Abbey

Scotland, Edinburgh, Holyroodhouse. The Palace of Holyroodhouse and Holyrood Abbey

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. Milnes Court, a narrow passageway heading to the Royal Mile

Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. Milnes Court, a narrow passageway heading to the Royal Mile

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. Fish and boat sculpture near the entrance to the Leith Commercial Quay

Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. Fish and boat sculpture near the entrance to the Leith Commercial Quay

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. Mary of Guise barge and the Ocean Mist boat

Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. Mary of Guise barge and the Ocean Mist boat, now a floating restaurant, on the shore in Leith

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. Ocean-terminal shopping mall, a modern development on the Leith

Scotland, Edinburgh, Leith. Ocean-terminal shopping mall, a modern development on the Leith waterfront

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. St. Columbas Church, The Hub and Johnstone Terrace

Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Town. St. Columbas Church, The Hub and Johnstone Terrace, near the Castle and the Royal Mile

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Bute House. Located on the north side of Charlotte Square

Scotland, Edinburgh, Bute House. Located on the north side of Charlotte Square, Bute House was constructed after the death of the original architect, Robert Adam

Background imageEdinburgh Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, Charlotte Square. Designed by famous architect Robert Adams

Scotland, Edinburgh, Charlotte Square. Designed by famous architect Robert Adams, Charlotte Square has been described as the finest Georgian square in Europe



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