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Description A view of the Scottish capital en:Edinburgh, from the en:Scott Monument looking southeast. The expansive glass roof of Waverley Station fills the drained valley between Waverley and North bridges, and the city's en:medieval old town (resting on an alluvial ridge behind the crag of en:Edinburgh Castle) is visible on the right. In the distance white cranes continue to work on the controversial new building for the en:Scottish Parliament near en:Holyrood Palace, beyond which is the hill Arthur's Seat. Photograph taken by Michael Reeve, 13 September en:2003.
Date 2004-02-28 (original upload date)
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author Original uploader was MykReeve at en.wikipedia
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