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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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Many visitors to Perth don't know that it was once considered the unofficial capital of Scotland.
Plus, Steph McGovern visits Oban, the town which is sometimes referred to as the seafood capital of Scotland and the gateway to the country's 25 western isles.
But, in my hearing, Liverpool has never been called the capital of Scotland. My own ancestry is Scottish, with a peppering of Irish to fizz the blood.
Edinburgh is the inspiring capital of Scotland and a great place to visit, where centuries of history meet a vibrant, cosmopolitan city in an unforgettable setting.
East Dunbartonshire Council have signs everywhere hailing Kirky the Canal Capital of Scotland - it's about all we have left after they sold our sporting ambitions down the river.
Williams Brothers Chieftain Pale Ale, 4% ABV, PS1.39/500ml bottle, available at Aldi This Scottish brewery, famous for their Heather Ale, started brewing in 1988 and are now based at the former Maclays Forth Brewery in Alloa, a town that was once the brewing capital of Scotland.
Regarded as the industrial and commercial capital of Scotland, Glasgow benefits from a diverse economic base and is one of Europe's largest financial centres and is also the second most popular tourism destination in Scotland after Edinburgh.'
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier, will start operations to the festival city, Edinburgh, capital of Scotland from July 16.
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.
It has been the capital of Scotland for over 500 years and became particularly renowned for its writers, artists, philosophers and scientists, and was home to the authors Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson.
Boisdale Speyside 1991 is from Dufftown, considered the malt whisky capital of Scotland. And Boisdale Islay 1990, is distilled at Laphroaig on the Hebridean island of Islay.
GLASGOW is the sectarian capital of Scotland, according to figures released yesterday.