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Historische Sehenswürdigkeiten, Edinburgh

Georgian House (NTS)

Edinburgh, EH2 4DR

Part of the famous Charlotte Square, the house dates from 1796. It is furnished with paintings, china, silver and furniture...

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Nelson Monument

Edinburgh, EH7 5AA

Das Nelson Denkmal wurde in Erinnerung an Admiral Lord Nelson errichtet, der in der Schlacht von Trafalgar 1805 ums Leben…

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Parliament Square

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

The square takes its name from Parliament House built here in 1641 to house the Scottish Parliament.

West Bow Well

Edinburgh, EH1 2HH

This was the first of the well heads built to supply water to the Grassmarket from the reservoir at Castle Hill.

Covenanters Memorial

Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

This simple memorial marks the spot where over a 100 Covenanters were hanged for their religious beliefs.

Queensberry House

Edinburgh, EH8 8BT

This attractive mid 17th century house was once owned by the Duke of Queensberry.

Charles II Statue

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

The oldest lead cast statue in Britain, portraying Charles II as a Roman emperor.

Queen Mary’s Bath House

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

This late 16th century building is next to the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

Bute House

Edinburgh, EH2 4DR

The official residence of the First Minister of Scotland.

Royal Yacht Britannia

Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6JJ

Die Royal Yacht Britannia liegt permanent in Edinburghs historischem Hafen Leith vor Anker, nur 3,6 km vom Stadtzentrum…

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St Cuthbert’s Church

Edinburgh, EH1 2EP

One of Edinburgh’s oldest churches it has been rebuilt many times.

McEwan Hall

Edinburgh, EH8 9AG

The hall was paid for by Sir William McEwan founder of the Edinburgh brewing firm. It was completed in 1897.

James’ Court

Edinburgh, EH1 2PB

A fashionable address in its day it is named after its builder James Brownhill and was built about 1725.

William Pitt Statue

Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH2 1JD

William Pitt the Younger became Britain’s youngest prime minister at the age of 24.

Waverley Station

Edinburgh, EH1 1BB

The largest mainline station outside London, Waverley was created in 1858.

1 Georgian House (NTS) Edinburgh, EH2 4DR 4 stars
2 Nelson Monument Edinburgh, EH7 5AA 4 stars
3 Parliament Square Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
4 West Bow Well Edinburgh, EH1 2HH
5 Covenanters Memorial Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
6 Queensberry House Edinburgh, EH8 8BT
7 Charles II Statue Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
8 Queen Mary’s Bath House Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
9 Bute House Edinburgh, EH2 4DR
10 Royal Yacht Britannia Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6JJ 5 stars
11 St Cuthbert’s Church Edinburgh, EH1 2EP
12 McEwan Hall Edinburgh, EH8 9AG
13 James’ Court Edinburgh, EH1 2PB
14 William Pitt Statue Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH2 1JD
15 Waverley Station Edinburgh, EH1 1BB

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