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Salisbury Crags - Holyrood Park
Scotland

Holyrood Park (or Queens Park, or previously Kings Park) includes the Salisbury Crags here, and gently slopes away to include the next set of hills. Turning to the tall peak is Arthur's Seat, and then behind us in the middle distance, is Edinburgh Castle. Wikipædia →

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