When you are visiting Scotland, Edinburgh Castle is a place worth visiting. Resting on the top of volcanic rocks at the skyline of Edinburgh, you will have a lot to learn and see. The castle was constructed during the Bronze age and served as a royal residential up to 1633. However, today is used by the military and is open to the public. Once you are in, you will be thrilled by the St Margret chapel built in 1130, medieval ceiling built in 1510 and inauguration stone among other eye impressive features. Above all, by being strategically positioned it is possible to enjoy a paranoiac view of the Edinburgh city.
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