Edinburgh architecture and literary associations  
  Scottish Parliament Ramsay Garden St Giles Cathedral  
  The Calton Hill Royal Mile - High Street Canongate Kirk  
  New Town Royal Mile - Canongate Greyfriars Kirk  
  Robert Adam's Buildings Grassmarket St Andrew and St George  
  University Old College McEwan Hall St Cuthbert  
  Art Galleries Balmoral Hotel St John  
  Ross Fountain   St Stephen  
Literary Locations    
Robert Burns
Arthur Conan Doyle
David Hume
Robert Fergusson
James Clerk Maxwell

Allan Ramsay
Ian Rankin
Sir Walter Scott
Adam Smith
Sydney Goodsir Smith

Alexander McCall Smith
R L Stevenson
Dugald Stewart
Literary Pubs
  Views of Edinburgh Swanston Village Watercolours by D.F. Semple
A Prayer:

Our Cramond that Marchmont Newhaven, Holyrood Bruntsfield Grange; thy Colinton Comely-Bank; thy Liberton in Leith, Arthur's Seat Corstorphine; Granton Lasswade our Dalkeith Braids and Forthbrig us our Tollcrosses, as we Fairmilehead them that Grassmarket Cowgate us. Queensferry us not into Tynecastle but Dean Brig us Tron Mayfield, for St. Giles Inch the King's Park, the Powderhall, the Gorgie; for Waverley and Waverley. Dun Edin.
From Carotid Cornucopius by Sydney Goodsir Smith (1964)

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