Tag: UNESCO

South Queensferry, Edinburgh

| January 28, 2018
South Queensferry, Edinburgh

Just eight miles northwest of Edinburgh city centre this historic burgh is most famous for the three epic bridges that span the Firth of Forth. We are talking – of course – about South Queensferry. Many visitors unfortunatley just hop off a tour bus to snap the obligatory postcard photo of ‘The Bridges’. Staying longer, however, revelas […]

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Weaving Warhol into World Heritage

| January 19, 2018 | Reply
Weaving Warhol into World Heritage

It’s always a great time to visit a UNESCO World Heritage site. Now there is even more reason to visit one of Scotland’s six UNESCO sites. We’re talking about glorious New Lanark. A fascinating built environment that offers a unique window into Scotland’s industrial past. It also enjoys a striking setting on the banks of […]

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