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Great Britain, Edinburgh – Scottish Kingdom
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Published: 10.11.2016

A mysterios seaport time in the southeast of Scotland is place where movie legends such as Sherlock Holmes or Harry Potter were born. This is how we could describe Edinburgh. The city is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. There are beautiful ancient street lined by beautiful, amazing medieval-Gregorian architecture. We can find there stylish bars and great whisky. There is a massive castle above this city. Inside its castle you will learn about its secrets in its chambers.

Begin browsing these photographs and join remotely at least million tourists visiting Edinburgh every year.
 
Text: Oskár Mažgút

Photos: Peter Barna

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