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English: The East Tower of the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh. *This picture was taken soon after the refurbishment of the copper dome was completed, in October 2010. *The colour of the new copper contrasts with the original 1894 copper.
Date 2012-06-06 09:14 (UTC)
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Applications-graphics.svg This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: cropped to tower only. The original can be viewed here: Royal_Observatory_Edinburgh_East_Tower_2010.jpg. Modifications made by Spinningspark.


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