Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, is well known for its castles, art galleries and festivals - but also for its writers. In 2004 UNESCO named it the world's first City of Literature. Traces of Scotland's literary tradition can be found everywhere.
A tour of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh, which is well-known for its literary heritage. It’s even been named a UNESCO City of Literature. Traces of the city’s famous poets can be found all over the place.
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