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    • Jillian Worsfold

      Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland- looks like a fairy tale village

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    • Elizabeth Gebhardt

      Princes Street Gardens Edinburgh, Scotland Much better on Black Every house where love abides And friendship is a guest, Is surely home, and home sweet home For there the heart can rest. ~Henry Van Dyke

    • Cynthia Baltar

      Princes Street Gardens. Edinburgh, Scotland Little cottage. Walking through the Princes Street Gardens, you wouldn't think you were at the heart of a big city. It's so beautiful!

    • Jessica Bailey

      Princes Street Gardens. Edinburgh, Scotland ---- Dream home.

    • TMarie Smith

      My dream house!! Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland

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