Mons Meg - A medieval bombard located at Edinburgh Castle in Scotland has a calibre (barrel diameter) of 20 inches making it one of the largest cannons in the world by calibre. It is believed to be accepting balls that weighed about 180 kg and could only
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View of the Dinant City and River Meuse from the citadel. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to Dinant #belgium #dinant #saxophone #saxbridge #beautifulbridges #stunningbridges #historybuff #awesomeplace #interestingfacts #goodtoknow
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Scott monument in Edinburgh - A Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. It is the largest monument to a writer in the world. It stands tall overlooking the red roofs of the Christmas market stalls below. Check out blog link in profi
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The Dome decorated for New years eve. The Dome is a building on George Street in the New Town of Edinburgh. It currently functions as a restaurant and nightclub. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to Edinburgh. #unitedkingdom #edinbu
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Catacombs can be reached by 130 steps to a depth of 20 meters equivalent to a five-story building. All the water pipelines and the entire city was above us. The catacombs have a constant temperature of around 14 deg celsius and average tour distance of 2
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Edinburgh Castle is perched on hilltop with remarkable views of the city, Calton hill and the Arthur’s Seat. Castle consists recreated prisons of war, National War Museum, Scottish National War Memorial, a Chapel and is home to the Scottish Crown jewels.
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