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The Magnificent Seven

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and a city that nearly half a million people call home. In fact, people have been calling this fantastic location ‘home’ according to archaeological finds, as far back as 8500 BCE (the Mesolithic Period).

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The Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is constructed of red brick and blocks of terracotta. A distinctive external feature is the 800 foot long terracotta frieze that runs around the top of building. It represents the various countries that were involved in the Great Exhibition, and reads:…

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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is currently the official London residence of the monarch and has been since the beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign in 1837. It has played an important role as the focal point for national celebrations and commemorations. The Palace measures 108 metres long by…

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Victorian London

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and a city that nearly half a million people call home. In fact, people have been calling this fantastic location ‘home’ according to archaeological finds, as far back as 8500 BCE (the Mesolithic Period).

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and a city that nearly half a million people call home. In fact, people have been calling this fantastic location ‘home’ according to archaeological finds, as far back as 8500 BCE (the Mesolithic Period).

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