Between its organic medieval Old Town architecture and planned Georgian New Town masterpieces, Edinburgh’s buildings represent the city’s history in bricks and mortar. Each stone slab, each carving, each patch of land, whispers the untold secrets of Edinburgh’s bygone past. Here, we compare old and new pictures of Scotland’s Athens of the North
The life-affirming cityscape view from Calton Hill is one of the most popular spots to photograph bonnie Edinburgh. Some things never change.
Oh, Princes St! Can you spot the Scottish Gothic rocket ship that is the Scott Monument? Just think — those 287 vertigo-inducing steps have stood their ground since the 1800s.