University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Rosslyn Chapel looking beautifully festive. Founded in 1446, Rosslyn Chapel took 40 years to complete and its ornate stonework and symbolism have inspired - and intrigued – visitors ever since. A new visitor centre tells the story from its medieval origins <3

Rosslyn Chapel looking beautifully festive. Founded in Rosslyn Chapel took 40 years to complete and its ornate stonework and symbolism have inspired - and intrigued – visitors ever since. A new visitor centre tells the story from its medieval origins

<li>Artist: Stewart Parr</li><li>Title: Hollyrood's Abby ruins in Edinburgh Scotland</li><li>Product type: Unframed Print</li>

This beautiful unframed Landscape photo print make a great photography addition to any room or office. Artist: Stewart Parr Title: Hollyrood's Abby ruins in Edinburgh Scotland

Cockburn Street looking towards Waverley Bridge. Edinburgh c1930's

The Scott Monument and Waverley Bridge from Cockburn Street, Edinburgh.

Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland by StephenieEloise

wanderthewood: “ Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland by StephenieEloise ”

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh, go up that street and turn a left and you're on high street, go straight up and you'll come to a dead end, Edinburgh Castle.

Looking Down the Royal Mile to St Giles Cathedral ,Edinburgh,Scotland

Looking Down the Royal Mile to St Giles Cathedral ,Edinburgh,Scotland I walked to this Cathedral . It is so humbling to see these old magnificent church .

St. Giles Cathedral on The Royal Mile -  Edinburgh, Scotland.  The tomb of SirArchibald Campbell is there.

Giles Cathedral on The Royal Mile - Edinburgh, Scotland. The tomb of SirArchibald Campbell is there. The Queen attends church at St. Giles when she is in residence at Holyrood House,

Snowy day, Edinburgh, Scotland

Snowy Day, Edinburgh, Scotland This was not taken by me, but I have stood right in front of this place and admired the architecture. I love coming across pins of places I have been but neglected to get a photo of!

King James I (1603-1625). House of Stuart. 9th great-grandfather to Elizabeth II. Son of Mary Queen of Scots. He was descended through the Scottish kings from Robert the Bruce, and the English Tudors through his great grandmother Margaret Tudor sister of Henry VIII. Reign: 22 yrs, 3 days. Succeeded by son Charles.

King James I of England and James VI of Scotland. Son of Mary Queen of Scots, whom was executed by order of Queen Elizabeth I, which set off events which led to the Spanish Armada of

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