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1970
   Commonwealth Games host was   
Edinburgh
1986
   Commonwealth Games host was   
Edinburgh
M8
      
Links Edinburgh and Greenock
via Glasgow
M9
      
Links Edinburgh and Stirling
Sean Connery
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Edinburgh
The Edinburgh Festival
   is held in   
Scotland
Extravaganza of performance entertainment; music, dance, drama and alternative
Trainspotting (1996)
   was set in   
Edinburgh
Director: Danny Boyle
The U.K.
   is the site of   
Old and New Towns of Edinburgh
Edinburgh Scale
   measures   
Post Natal Depression
Saint Andrews and Edinburgh
   is situated in   
Scotland
Archdiocese
Edinburgh Bird of Prey Centre
   is found in   
Scotland
Edinburgh Aviaries & Bird Gardens
Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World
   is found in   
Scotland
Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect Parks
Edinburgh Butterfly World
   is found in   
Scotland
Edinburgh
1560
      
Treaty of Edinburgh III
Attempts to end the Auld Alliance.
Edinburgh Castle
   is/was found in   
Scotland
Still in use as a military garrison.
Hibernian FC
   play at   
Easter Road Edinburgh
One of two clubs in the Scottish Capital. Former players include Gordon Smith, Bobby Johnstone, Lawrie Reilly Eddie Turnbull and Willie Ormond revered as the Famous Five. Willie Ormond later became Scottish Manager.
Athens of the North
   is a nickname for   
Edinburgh
Scotland
Craigmillar Castle
   is in the county   
Edinburgh
Built in the late 14th century and has a a P-shaped ornamental fishpond - Mary Queen of Scots hid here
Edinburgh Castle
   is in the county   
Edinburgh
Lauriston Castle
   is in the county   
Edinburgh
Edinburgh Royal Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1805
Edinburgh
   has the team   
Capitals
Elite league
Adam Smith
   is buried in   
Canongate Kirkyard, Edinburgh, Scotland
Founder of modern economics
David Hume
   was born in   
Edinburgh, Scotland
1711-1776. Was one of the most important figures in the history of philosophy
1328
      
Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton
Between Edward III of England and the Scots.
Tony Blair
   was born in   
Edinburgh, Scotland
May 6, 1953
Canongate Kirkyard
   is located in   
Edinburgh, Scotland
Burial place of Adam Smith
Arthur Conan Doyle
   was born in   
Edinburgh, Scotland
1859-1930. Writer, created Sherlock Holmes, the world’s best-known detective






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