People have been loving our new Talking Statues tour!
Are you curious to discover who's missing from
#Edinburgh's statues? This tour includes tales from diverse & underrepresented backgrounds.
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The flickering flame may look inviting but don't be fooled..
#Edinburgh's Blair Street Underground Vaults are full of dark #history. So much has happened within these walls, that It's no wonder that perhaps some type of energy remains.
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Central to this 1846 photo is the John Knox house.
It's the oldest house on
#Edinburgh's Royal Mile, having stood 531 years. It's said to have been home to St. Giles' Minister, John Knox, who led the Scottish reformation.
Wow this is fantastic! https://twitter.com/natlibscot/status/1438427234365231104 …
Thanks for joining us
We are so happy to hear that you & your daughter had such a great time. We've worked hard on this tour in collaboration with @scotstoryforum, to cover a range of diverse & underrepresented backgrounds.
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What a brilliant aerial view of the One o'clock Gun! Set your watches for it firing each day except Sunday, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
#DYK the firing of the gun dates back to 1861, when businessman John Hewitt brought the idea to Edinburgh from Paris?