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City: Edinburgh

One of the most iconic buildings of Edinburgh, Scottish National Portrait Gallery is located on Queen Street in New Town. This museum highlights a unique visual history of Scotland through portraits of figures that shaped it including poets and philosophers, royals and rebels, heroes and villains. Visitors get a chance to meet the people who have contributed to shape the identity of nation at home and abroad from Queen of Scots, Mary and Bonnie Prince Charlie to contemporary figures like Susan Boyle and many more.


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