Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
The Scottish National War Memorial. Designed by architect Sir Robert Lorimer in 1919, constructed 1923-1927.
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Holyrood Park, Edinburgh
Car park opposite Holyrood Park. Next to the palace.
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From Signs of the Times : Edinburgh
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Pet Cemetery (for Soldiers' Dogs), Edinburgh Castle. Constructed 1840s.
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The Argyle Battery, Edinburgh Castle. Named for the Duke of Argyll, it was designed by Major General George Wade; constructed in its current form 1730s.
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Statues of Robert the Bruce by Thomas Clapperton and William Wallace by Alexander Carrick. Added to Edinburgh Castle's Gatehouse entrance in 1929.
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Castle Esplanade, in front of Edinburgh Castle. Laid out as a parade ground in 1753, and extended in 1845.
Currently used for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
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From Edinburgh Castle
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Princes St Gardens (viewed from the castle).
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From Princes St Gardens