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Where will you visit in Edinburgh when searching for Outlander locations?
"Several cuts above the snug, smoky atmosphere to be found in The World's End and similar serious drinking establishments, Moubray's was a large and elegant place, with an outside stair that ran up to the second floor, where a commodious dining room accommodated the appetites of Edinburgh's prosperous tradesmen and public officials." (Diana Gabaldon, Voyager)

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The real life Moubray's is on the left (you can see the stairs up to the second floor)...the building's facade is 17th C, built on foundations laid in 1477. It is one of the oldest still-occupied buildings in Edinburgh, and was home to a tavern in Jamie and Claire's time.
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I've been out exploring Edinburgh through the eyes of the Outlander series of books by Diana Gabaldon.
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