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Sightseeing in East Lothian & Edinburgh
One of the world's most famous castles, Edinburgh Castle looks like it's been a fortress forever. There are many buildings that make up the castle and the oldest part is the 12th century chapel dedicated to St. Margaret. The Great Hall, built by James IV in the 16th century, features a fine timbered roof. There's also the Old Palace, which houses the Regalia of Scotland and the Military Museum. The castle also holds the Scottish National War Memorial which opened in 1927.
One of Europe's premier shopping thoroughfares offering a wide range of excellent shops. Some of the more popular shops include Edinburgh Woolen Mill and Burberrys Scotch House. Parallel to Princes Street is Rose Street which offers numerous individual shops.
Palace of Holyrood House
The Official residence of The Queen of Scotland. It's mainly associated with Mary, Queen of Scots, who lived here for six years. The old part contains her bedroom and the supper room where David Riccio, her secretary, was murdered before her eyes by a gang that included her jealous husband.
A city center hill (350 feet above sea level) with magnificent views of Edinburgh.