The Royal Mile :: Shared Description

The Royal Mile is 1 Scottish Mile long (1.1 imperial miles). It is a number of streets that lead down from Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace. The royal mile is the heart of Edinburgh Old Town and contains many of the city's important buildings. The mile follows the "tail" of the Edinburgh Crag and tail a feature created by glacial erosion.
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NT2673 : Museum of Childhood, The Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : Miles better: an intriguing thoroughfare (6) by Basher Eyre
NT2573 : The Hub Festival Centre, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : The Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : Radisson Hotel, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Deacon Brodie's Tavern, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Bank Hotel, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : The High Street in Edinburgh by Mat Fascione
NT2673 : Former Milton House Public School by PAUL FARMER
NT2673 : Miles better: an intriguing thoroughfare (25) by Basher Eyre
NT2673 : Canongate in Edinburgh by Mat Fascione
NT2673 : John Knox House, High St by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Tron Church, The Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : The Tass, High St by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Statue of Adam Smith, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Three telephone boxes, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : Royal Mile Primary School by N Chadwick
NT2673 : Tolbooth Tavern, Edinburgh by PAUL FARMER
NT2573 : Boswell's Court, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : Radisson Hotel, Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Statue of Adam Smith, The Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2573 : The Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : Entrance to Tweeddale Court on the Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : The Rabbie Burns, The Royal Mile by N Chadwick
NT2673 : The Mitre, The Royal Mile by N Chadwick

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Created: Sun, 6 Mar 2011, Updated: Thu, 31 Mar 2011

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