Discovering hidden Edinburgh

May 12, 2012 Full story: Sunday Mail

It was from a piece in the Lonely Planet magazine by Ian Rankin, author of the gritty Rebus novels capturing Edinburgh's seedy underbelly.

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stephen

Glasgow, UK

#1 May 25, 2012
If you are interested in the history of Edinburgh I would suggest visiting http://www.visithistoriccities.com/edcontemp.... where visitors can view photos dating back to the 19th century, videos and historic information.

Users can also compare contemporary street views with the past to see how much has changed.

It gives visitors a flavour of this ancient city.

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