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Modelled on Saint-Sulpice in Paris, this church dates from 1875 and offers weekly services as part of the Church of Scotland. 
Temporary live music venue at the Fringe with stacks of hay bales, giving it something of a rustic theme.
Opened in 2002 in the shell of the former Holyrood Free Church and Duchess of Gordon's School, the Queen's Gallery hosts changing exhibitions of art from the Royal Collection.

Edinburgh Areas

Fountainbridge is a relatively central area, West of Lothian Road, South of Haymarket, and North of Bruntsfield. With its central location, skirting the modern…
The Old Town has preserved its medieval plan and many Reformation-era buildings. One end is closed by the castle and the main artery The High Street (or the…
Edinburgh Grassmarket and Victoria street, is a popular restaurant and bar area in the lower echelon of Edinburgh's Old Town, located at the foot of Edinburgh…
Inverleith is an affluent residential area about a mile and a half from Edinburgh City Centre. North of Inverleith is Trinity and Pilton; to the South is…
Roseburn is the area situated West of Haymarket and East of Murrayfield and Murrayfield stadium. The main railway line provides a boundary to its South.…
Cramond to the North West of Edinburgh, East of Dalmeny and West of Silverknowes, is a favourite destination for afternoon trips to the beach. There are…
Bruntsfield is a central area of Edinburgh, adjoining Morningside to the South, and Tollcross to the North. It has many residential tenement buildings and…
Haymarket in Edinburgh's West End, is perhaps best known for having one of the two central railway stations and is one of the few stops on the Edinburgh…
South Queensferry is a commuter town of some 10,000 people situated 10 miles to the North West of Edinburgh on the shore of the Firth of Forth. It is accessed…