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Birds circling above the Royal Mile

Birds circling above the Royal Mile

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. What an incredible photo and a permanent reminder of how beautiful Scotland is! Loved it here!!

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. What an incredible photo and a permanent reminder of how beautiful Scotland is! Loved it here!!

A close, or alleyway, running off the Royal Mile

A close, or alleyway, running off the Royal Mile

With 2017 being the Visit Scotland Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, what better time to look at Scotland’s oldest places?

Top 5 Oldest Places In Scotland

With 2017 being the Visit Scotland Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, what better time to look at Scotland’s oldest places?

The Real Mary King’s Close is a warren of underground streets and spaces.  It can be a strange concept to understand – back in the 1600’s, Mary King’s Close and neighbouring Closes were at the heart of Edinburgh’s busiest and most vibrant streets, open to the skies and bustling with traders selling their wares to the Old Town’s residents.  Why would this street find itself underground 400 years later?

The Real Mary King’s Close is a warren of underground streets and spaces. It can be a strange concept to understand – back in the 1600’s, Mary King’s Close and neighbouring Closes were at the heart of Edinburgh’s busiest and most vibrant streets, open to the skies and bustling with traders selling their wares to the Old Town’s residents. Why would this street find itself underground 400 years later?

The magnificent Rosslyn Chapel just outside Edinburgh

The magnificent Rosslyn Chapel just outside Edinburgh

Rosslyn Chapel - founded by my 15th Great Grandfather, William Sinclair, 1st Lord Sinclair, 3rd Earl of Orkney, and 1st Lord of Caithness. Modern day, this chapel was featured in The Da Vinci Code.

Your pictures of Scotland: 28 Mar - 4 Apr

Rosslyn Chapel - founded by my 15th Great Grandfather, William Sinclair, 1st Lord Sinclair, 3rd Earl of Orkney, and 1st Lord of Caithness. Modern day, this chapel was featured in The Da Vinci Code.

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