Gladstone's Land, Edinburgh. Scotland. Situated on the Royal Mile this 17th century house was named after Thomas Gledstane who lived here with his wife Bessie Cunningham. Restore to traditional Scottish life and how they would have lived in the 16th/17th century

Situated on the Royal Mile this century house was named after Thomas Gledstane who lived here with his wife Bessie Cunningham. Restore to traditional Scottish life and how they would have lived in the century

The Market Cross , or the Mercat Cross as it was named in Scotland, was the original meeting place of choice for the merchants. Originally it stood just a little way down the road, and this location is marked by stones laid into the pavement. So popular was the Mercat Cross as a place of business that it retained much of its popularity even after the Royal Exchange had been built. Edinburgh  1910

Edinburgh 1910 The Market Cross , or the Mercat Cross as it was named in…

Edinburgh - Scotland - closes around the Royal Mile.

Edinburg, Scotland~built in 1595 for Edinburgh merchant Thomas Lowthian, the original carved door lintel can just be made out with his initials & the motto "O lord in thee is all my traist,

Elaine Davidson, who holds the record for World's Most Pierced Woman - usually to be seen around the central Royal Mile, Edinburgh near the High Kirk of St Giles.

Pictures of the year 2011: weird news photos

Edinburgh Old Town Weaving co. Situated near Edinburgh Castle on Castlehill, part of The Royal Mile.

Bonny Scotland, I shall see you some day! Edinburgh Old Town Weaving co. Situated near Edinburgh Castle on Castlehill, part of The Royal Mile.

Castle and Grassmarket, Edinburgh in C.1880, from 'scottish Pictures' Published by the Religious… Giclee Print at Art.com

Castle and Grassmarket, Edinburgh in C.1880, from 'scottish Pictures' Published by the Religious…

Castle and Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland, from 'scottish Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil',¡­ by Steven Gnam Landscapes Giclee Print - 61 x 41 cm

White Horse Close. Ambos lados de la Royal Mile están repletos de callejones (Close). Uno de los más bonitos y que muchos turistas pasan de largo cuando bajan hacia Holyrood es éste, que recibe su nombre de una posada del siglo XVII muy popular porque durante siglos fue el punto de partida de los viajes a Londres desde la capital de Escocia. Por tener, tiene hasta una marca de whisky a su nombre. El caballo blanco en cuestión fue el que perteneció a la reina María Estuardo. | LD/D.R.H.

White Horse Close. Ambos lados de la Royal Mile están repletos de callejones (Close). Uno de los más bonitos y que muchos turistas pasan de largo cuando bajan hacia Holyrood es éste, que recibe su nombre de una posada del siglo XVII muy popular porque durante siglos fue el punto de partida de los viajes a Londres desde la capital de Escocia. Por tener, tiene hasta una marca de whisky a su nombre. El caballo blanco en cuestión fue el que perteneció a la reina María Estuardo. | LD/D.R.H.

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