Take A Look At The Buildings Of Edinburgh

If you are here in Edinburgh (and there are a million visitors here at the moment) then you cannot fail to see it is full of lovely buildings that were built with love and care.

And they have repaid that by surviving and settling into place. Some of them are a bit wonky, and that adds to the appeal.

And with so many visitors to the city for the festivals that are on in August, I thought I would put up a couple of photos of Edinburgh buildings for you to enjoy wherever you are.

Greyfriars Art Shop in Edinburgh

The Photography Gallery at 23a Dundas Street Edinburgh

The Old Town Bookshop Victoria Street Edinburgh


  1. Pat says:

    Thank you so much. Edinburgh is one of my favorite cities so I miss it very much.

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  2. Rebekah M says:

    Loved the second picture, with that unusual, concave entrance downstairs.

    My friend, who was visiting here a week ago, has been there many times, and she’s in love. We actually talked about going there together.


    1. I promised myself to go hunting for more buildings to photograph. Usually is it a question of finding a space where there are no parked cars!

      It would be great to meet up if you come to Edinburgh.


      1. Rebekah M says:

        That’s always an issue … the cars, and here; the power lines.

        We’ll probably do it! Lena is just dying to get back there, and I want to see Glencoe amongst many other things 🙂

        That would be _so much fun!_ 🙂

        Lena was so impressed by the bus drivers, who were tourist guides at the same time. I think she’s been there four, five times.

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  3. Joan says:

    Lovely old buildings, agreed! That’s the charm of visiting countries with such a long history.


    1. Yes, I feel the same way.


  4. dapplegrey says:

    Lovely! Unique!


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