Solar Panel Bird Proofing Edinburgh
Found in the south-east of Scotland in Lothian, the city of Edinburgh has been considered the capital of Scotland since the 15th century. The actual district of Edinburgh stretches slightly beyond the actual city including villages and towns such as Gogar, Newbridge, Currie, Ratho and Kirkliston, which exist to the west of the city.
The rich history of the capital is seen through the buildings that have withstood the test of time. Old Town in Edinburgh refers to the oldest part of the city where much of the medieval street plan has been preserved along with buildings from around the time of the Reformation. As well as this, the centre of Edinburgh, known as New Town, contains many buildings from when it was built in the 18th and 19th centuries. Both Old Town and New Town are so historically and culturally important that they were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Not only that but the city also includes the historic University of Edinburgh, which has existed since the 1582!
Edinburgh has become the second most popular tourist city in the UK, only coming after London. With popular attractions being the Edinburgh Castle, which has existed from around the 12th century, and Holyrood Palace, which was built around the 17thcentury. Shame all those pigeons have decided that they want to visit too.