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You Can’t Miss Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the famous cultural city of England and the capital of Scotland. It is located on the south bank of Foss Bay in the lowlands of central Scotland.


Edinburgh has a long history and many historic buildings are well preserved. Places of interest such as Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, St. Giles Cathedral are located here. The Old Town of Edinburgh and the New Town are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Edinburgh also has many tourist attractions.


The Loch Ness Monster is a must.The Loch Ness Monster is one of the most mysterious and appealing mysteries on earth. As early as 1500 years ago, it began to spread the story that there are huge monsters in Loch Ness that often come out to devour humans and animals. Some people in ancient times even claimed to have witnessed this monster. Some people say that it has the long nose of an elephant and is soft and smooth. Some people say that it is a long-necked round head; some people say that it appears as a layer of foam and splashes everywhere; some say It spits smoke at the mouth, making the lake sometimes foggy. The legends are quite inconsistent. The more it spreads, the more it is more mysterious. It sounds daunting, but it is a rumor. One pass ten, ten pass hundred, more and more strange.Go to Loch Ness and try your luck.


Those who travel to Edinburgh will not miss Edinburgh Castle because it is located on the top of the granite of the extinct volcano and can be seen in every corner of the city centre. Edinburgh Castle became a royal fortress in the 6th century. In 1093, Queen Margaret died. Edinburgh Castle has since become an important royal residence and national administrative center. It has been one of the important royal castles in Britain since the Middle Ages.The Palace has many Scottish treasures, such as the Scottish crown designed in 1540, and other cultural relics such as the king’s stick and sword are placed in the crown room. Edinburgh Castle is also home to the Scottish National War Museum and the Scottish United Army Museum.


The Royal Mile is the most famous area of Edinburgh. The main sightseeing spots are on this avenue connected by four streets. From west to east, Castle Hill, Lawnmarket, High Street and Canongate, Royal.Both sides of the boulevard, Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace, are the important royal residences of Scotland in the past, making the royal plaques connecting the two places an important road to medieval Edinburgh.

If you are in Edinburgh, you will love it!


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