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Edinburgh

A major city in Scotland, home to two Royal Colleges and the Burke and Hare murders (see there); pronounced, EHD in buruh.
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Turkish Airlines is set to commence operations to Edinburgh city, capital of Scotland.
Enjoy spending the afternoon in the atmospheric and stately capital of Scotland where you'll see views that make for picture-perfect postcards, mysterious winding streets, elegant terraces and an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars.
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and benefits from the prestige of that.
Boisdale Speyside 1991 is from Dufftown, considered the malt whisky capital of Scotland.
It's a formula for success that The Journal would strengthen with the addition of improved road and rail links to the border and beyond, to the capital of Scotland.
HEARTS owner Vladimir Romanov last night claimed Edinburgh is ready to take over from Glasgow as the football capital of Scotland.
But even by the standards which many have come to associate with Fife, the club which sits in the ancient capital of Scotland has gone too far.
Tony Blair was born in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.
A HIGHLAND village has become the fine dining capital of Scotland, after a third top chef opened a restaurant there.
GLASGOW claimed its crown as fashion capital of Scotland With Style last night, as the stars turned up for an Armani catwalk show.
This is a very exciting opportunity to experience a wonderful trip on the Orient Express on this very special journey to Edinburgh for a great shopping day on the capital of Scotland.