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11 Facts You Might Not Know About Edinburgh   The volcano`s crater got the name “Arthur`s Throne”. Edinburgh was the first city in the world to have its own fire service in 1703. The first king of Great Britain James I (a Scottish king James VI) was born…

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, the short name for it is ‘RAMM’, It’s a museum and art gallery in Exeter, its the largest museum in the city. It holds vast and diverse collections in areas such as: zoology, anthropology, fine artwork, nearby…

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The Jurassic Coast located on the English Channel Coast, stretches from the Exmouth in East Devon to the Studland Bay in Dorset, which is a distance of 96 miles. The geological history spans over 185 million years from the Triassic, Jurassic and the…

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Exeter’s Underground Passages were medieval tunnels built to house led pipes which were used to supply Exeter with fresh water. These are the only passages of this kind open to the public in Britain. The construction of the very first passage began in…

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Exeter Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter at Exeter, it’s a Anglican Cathedral and seats the Bishop of Exeter. The Building was completed around the 1400’s and has several notable features, such as the Astronomical clock, the…

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This month has been a big one, a lot of things have slowly changed on the website, such as: All 45 European Cities have now all got a profile, you can check each city out here: European Cities Trying to optimize the site to be a little bit faster and…

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[smartslider3 slider=18] Edinburgh In Numbers   POPULATION [su_table] Source: National Records of Scotland Population 495,360 (2014) Population: Male 252,758 (2014) Population: Female 239,922 (2014) [/su_table] [su_table] Age Group  Population 0 – 4 Year…

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The Scotch Whisky Experience was first created in July 1987 by 19 individual scotch whisky companies, who invested to create the Scotch whiskey Experience. located on Castlehill in old town Edinburgh. The centre offers tours and whiskey tutoring session…

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Arthur’s Seat is the main top of the group of hills in Edinburgh, Scotland which shape most of Holyrood Park, described through Robert Louis Stevenson as “a hill for magnitude, a mountain in distinctive feature of its bold layout”. It’s miles situated…

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The National Museum of Scotland was formed with ‘New Museum of Scotland’ and Royal Museum in 2006, to bring collection of Scottish antiquities, culture and history, science and technology, natural history, and world cultures together. The Royal Museum was…
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