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Edinburg, the ancient and historic capital of Scotland, is full of splendid buildings, cloisters, churches and bridges and dominated by the majestic Castle that towers up from the rock as if from the bowels of the earth. The city contains a large number of architecturally interesting elements: its buildings, dating from Mediaeval, feudal, Georgian and Victorian times, cluster one above the other and make this city and its buildings one of the most important historical sites in Great Britain, equal, if not superior, to London.
The web site contains a detailed description of the Castle and its hill, the streets, the city gates, the bridges and all the other places of notable architectural and historic interest in the city.


The George Hotel
Recently refurbished, the George hotel is situated in the heart of Edinburgh, within easy reach of the majority of the city’s most popular attractions including the famous Castle, Princes Street...

Number Ten
Number Ten is a magnificent 5-star Georgian townhouse located in the city centre with hotel suites in a Chinese style...

Old Waverley Hotel
The Old Waverley Hotel, located on Edinburgh's famous Princes Street, ensures everything is right on your doorstep. Many of the rooms offer stunning views of Edinburgh Castle..

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