Outline of Edinburgh

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Edinburgh:

Edinburgh

General reference[edit]

Geography of Edinburgh[edit]

Edinburgh
Dùn Èideann
Edinburgh is located in Scotland
Edinburgh
Edinburgh
Location within Scotland
Coordinates: 55°57′11″N 3°11′20″W / 55.95306°N 3.18889°W / 55.95306; -3.18889

Geography of Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh is:
  • Population of Edinburgh: 507,170
  • Area of Edinburgh: 264 km2 (102 sq mi)

Location of Edinburgh[edit]

Environment of Edinburgh[edit]

Natural geographic features of Edinburgh[edit]

Areas of Edinburgh[edit]

Locations in Edinburgh[edit]

View over Edinburgh

Bridges in Edinburgh[edit]

Fountain at Holyrood Palace
Holyrood Palace, the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland

Bridges in Edinburgh

Castles in Edinburgh[edit]

Castles in Edinburgh

Cultural and exhibition centres in Edinburgh[edit]

Fortifications in Edinburgh[edit]

Fountains in Edinburgh[edit]

Monuments and memorials in Edinburgh[edit]

Museums and art galleries in Edinburgh[edit]

Museums in Edinburgh

Palaces and villas in Edinburgh[edit]

Parks and gardens in Edinburgh[edit]

The Princes Street Gardens, the best known park in Edinburgh
Charlotte Square, a garden square in the New Town

Public squares in Edinburgh[edit]

Religious buildings in Edinburgh[edit]

The ruins of Holyrood Abbey

Secular buildings in Edinburgh[edit]

City Observatory, the Gothic Tower

Listed buildings in Edinburgh

Streets in Edinburgh[edit]

View looking west along George Street
The High Street, part of the Royal Mile

Theatres in Edinburgh[edit]

Demographics of Edinburgh[edit]

Demographics of Edinburgh

Government and politics of Edinburgh[edit]

George Drummond (1688–1766), elected six times as Lord Provost of Edinburgh between 1725 and 1764

Politics of Edinburgh

Law and order in Edinburgh[edit]

Military in Edinburgh[edit]

History of Edinburgh[edit]

History of Edinburgh

History of Edinburgh, by period or event[edit]

A map of Edinburgh in the 16th century, published in Braun and Hogenberg's Civitates orbis terrarum

Timeline of Edinburgh history

History of Edinburgh, by subject[edit]

Culture of Edinburgh[edit]

Architecture in Edinburgh
Scottish baronial-style turrets on Victorian tenements in St. Mary's Street

Culture of Edinburgh

Arts in Edinburgh[edit]

Architecture of Edinburgh[edit]

Architecture in Edinburgh

Cinema of Edinburgh[edit]

Literature of Edinburgh[edit]

Literature in Edinburgh

Music of Edinburgh[edit]

The auditorium of the Usher Hall
The Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland in Edinburgh Castle

Music of Edinburgh

Theatre of Edinburgh[edit]

Theatre in Edinburgh

Visual arts of Edinburgh[edit]

Edinburgh (from Salisbury Crags) by William Crozier, a painter associated with The Edinburgh School
David Hume, Scottish philosopher, historian, economist, and essayist born in Edinburgh in 1711

Art in Edinburgh

Cuisine of Edinburgh

Events in Edinburgh

Festivals in Edinburgh

Languages of Edinburgh

Media in Edinburgh

People from Edinburgh

Religion in Edinburgh[edit]

St Giles' Cathedral, the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh

Religion in Edinburgh

Sports in Edinburgh[edit]

Easter Road football stadium
Ratho Park Golf Club

Sport in Edinburgh

Economy and infrastructure of Edinburgh[edit]

The BT building in Edinburgh Park
The Balmoral Hotel, a luxury five-star hotel and a landmark of Edinburgh
Jenners Department Store, the oldest department store in Scotland

Economy of Edinburgh

Transportation in Edinburgh[edit]

A Dennis Dart SPD in Marchmont
Edinburgh City Bypass near Wester Hailes

Public transport in Edinburgh

Rail transport in Edinburgh[edit]

Two Edinburgh Trams seen at the West End - Princes Street stop

Rail transport in Edinburgh

Education in Edinburgh[edit]

Education in Edinburgh

Healthcare in Edinburgh[edit]

Healthcare in Edinburgh

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Definition of Edinburgh in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and origin of the word". Oxford Dictionaries. Oxford University Press. 2013. Retrieved 12 January 2014.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Edinburgh