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Central Edinburgh has two distinct parts, divided by Princes Street, which runs roughly east-west under the shadow of Castle Rock.
Edinburgh, the inspiring capital of Scotland, is a historic, cosmopolitan and cultured city.
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Loanhead is a former mining setlement in Midlothian.
Despite its urban location, Portobello Beach still retains its traditional seaside charm.
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Port Seton is a resort on the Firth of Forth east of Edinburgh.
Roslin is now known the world over for Rosslyn Chapel - catapulted to fame in the mega-selling book, The Da Vinci Code.
North Queensferry is a village on the north side of the Firth of Forth, overlooking the Forth Bridges.
Howgate is a small settlement between Auchendinny and Leadburn, in Midlothian.
Bonnyrigg is a small former mining town in Midlothian, near Lasswade and Polton, home of the writer Thomas De Quincey (author of 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater') from 1840 until his death in 1859.
Edinburgh International Airport is seven miles west of the city centre, just beyond the city limits at Turnhouse.