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The University of Edinburgh The University of Edinburgh.
The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336, VAT Registration Number GB 592 9507 00, and is acknowledged by the UK authorities as a Recognised body which has been granted degree awarding powers.
The Official Guide to Edinburgh This is Edinburgh.
From sumptuous luxury to affordable comfort, there's' accommodation for everyone in Edinburgh. Find your perfect Edinburgh hotel. During lockdown we remain committed to supporting local businesses and providing both residents and visitors with a range of exciting things to see and do in Edinburgh, albeit virtually!
Official Edinburgh Castle Website Buy Tickets Plan Your Visit. Asset 1. Asset 1.
Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh Castle. Set in the heart of Scotland's' dynamic capital city, it is sure to capture your imagination. About the castle. This ancient strongholds origins reach back into prehistory. Discover the characters which make up Edinburgh Castle's' history.
Edinburgh Holidays, City Weekend Breaks VisitScotland.
Discover Edinburgh's' summer festivals, including the world-famous Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Free attractions in Edinburgh. Find free things to do in and places to go in Edinburgh, including the National Museum of Scotland, Botanic Gardens and more.
Edinburgh Wikipedia.
The main NHS Lothian hospitals serving the Edinburgh area are the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, which includes the University of Edinburgh Medical School, and the Western General Hospital, 226 which has a large cancer treatment centre and nurse-led Minor Injuries Clinic.
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Fringe solo artists: call-out for digital project proposals to work with community groups in Edinburgh. 16 Sep 2020. Go to article. Alan Cumming in call to support Fringe artists and venues, as bonus AJ Bell Fringe on Friday show released.
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The spooky, subterranean labyrinth was opened to the public in 2003, and an atmospheric guided tour leads you into its depths to visit lost vaults, ancient apartments thick with dust, and rooms haunted by the ghost of a little girl, while your guide's' anecdotes offer a fascinating insight into the everyday life of 17th-century Edinburgh.

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