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  • 1. EDINBURGH The capital of Scottland By Alfonso Palacios, Ana Mª Aragón and Juan Cruz Ruiz
  • 2.
    • It is the second largest city of Scottland
    • It is in the south east
    • It lies on the east coast of Central Belt, near the North Sea
    • It has two distinct characters
  • 3. The Old Town
  • 4. The New Town
  • 5.
    • It has a temperature maritime climate
    • And it has one of the strongest economy of UK, based in service and tourism
  • 6. EDINBURGH VISITING THE CITY
  • 7. located in the south-east
  • 8. Firth of Forth Edinburgh
  • 9. FASCINATING CITY
    • Scotland’s capital city.
    • There are 2 sides to Edinburgh: Old Town and New Town.
  • 10. Old Town
  • 11. New Town from Edinburgh Castle
  • 12. Princes Street Gardens public park in the centre of Edinburgh in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle
  • 13. The Old Town and New Town districts of Edinburgh were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995
  • 14. There are over 4,500 listed buildings within the city
  • 15. Is a majestic landmark which dominates the capital city's skyline like no other castle in Scotland . Edinburg Castle
  • 16. Castle rock
  • 17. The volcanic rock forms the base of Edinburgh Castle
  • 18. A safe refuge .
  • 19. spectacular views of Edinburgh
  • 20. THE DOG CEMETERY BURIAL GROUND FOR OFFICER’S PETS
  • 21. Honours of Scotland The crown was made in 1540 from gold metal crown sword sceptre
  • 22. The Stone of Scone It was used for centuries in the coronation of the monarchs of Scotland, the monarchs of England, and, more recently, British monarchs.
  • 23. Mons Meg Mons Meg with its 22" (56 cm) caliber cannon balls
  • 24. One O’Clock Gun
  • 25. THE ROYAL MILE Succession of streets which form the main thoroughfare of Edinburgh’s Old Town
  • 26. The Royal Mile connects Edinburgh Castle with the Palace of Holyrood House .
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29. Castlehill
  • 30.  
  • 31. Camera Obscura
  • 32.  
  • 33. Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre
  • 34. Show how whisky is made Unique view of the world of Scotch Whisky The tour includes a taste of whisky
  • 35. L awnmarket linen market
  • 36. The oldest part of Old Town. Where Cloth sellers had their booths
  • 37. High Street
  • 38. A gothic monument witness important celebrations that marked Scotland’s history St Giles' Cathedral
  • 39. St Giles' Cathedral St Giles' Cathedral St Giles' Cathedral With many aisles and chapels
  • 40. The interior of the church retains more of its ancient character
  • 41. St Giles has a notable collection of stained glass windows Light effects through the windows
  • 42. C anongate the lower part of the Royal Mile
  • 43. Canongate Kirk Canongate Tolbooth Formerly the town hall and prison
  • 44. Palace of Holyrood
  • 45. The Palace of Holyroodhouse is the official residence in Scotland of Queen Elizabeth II at the beginning of the summer.
  • 46. The entrance It exhibits works from the Royal Collection baroque palace Holyroodhouse
  • 47.  
  • 48. The Ruins of Holyrood Abbey
  • 49. Calton Hill Is a hill in central Edinburgh, just to the east of the New Town. Views of, and from, the hill are often used in photographs and paintings of the city.
  • 50. New Town
  • 51. o riginal character of the Georgian era with its cobbled roads, pillars, and sandstone block facades is preserved today thanks to building codes that stipulate even the wrought iron railings must be painted a specific colour - black.
  • 52. The main spire is 270 ft high St Mary's Cathedral
  • 53. Scottish National Portrait Gallery unique visual history of Scotland
  • 54. General Register House original national archive was one of the first government buildings to be built in Britain
  • 55. The National Gallery of Scotland one of the finest galleries in Britain
  • 56. Going out in Edinburgh
  • 57. What to do in Edinburgh.
    • Pubs
    • Clubs
    • Restaurants
    • Theatre
    • Opera
    • Ballet
    • Cinema
  • 58. Typical Scottish Pubs
  • 59. Scotch
  • 60. Ale
  • 61. Live Folk Music
  • 62. Traditional Restaurants
  • 63. Traditional Food
  • 64. Haggis Recipe 1 cleaned sheep or lamb's stomach bag 2 lbs. dry oatmeal 1 lb. chopped mutton suet 1 lb. lamb or venison liver, boiled and minced 2 cups stock 1 sheep heart boiled and minced 1 large chopped onion 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper 1/2 tsp. allspice 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. pepper
  • 65. New Restaurants
  • 66. New Scottish Cuisine
  • 67. Edinburgh Festivals
  • 68. Edinburgh International Festival 8th-31st August
  • 69. Indoor Theatres
  • 70. Outdoor Theatres
  • 71. Opera
  • 72. Ballet
  • 73. Theatre
  • 74. Concerts
  • 75. Edinburgh Festival
  • 76. Alternative festival
  • 77. Street performances
  • 78. THE END
  • 79. Thank you