Princes Street Gardens - Public park in the centre

Princes Street Gardens are a public park in the centre. The gardens are known the best park in Edinburgh, were created in two phases in the 1770s, run along the south side of Princes Street and running along the south side of Princes Street. East Princes Street Gardens run from the Mound, originated After a dispute between Edinburgh Corporation. The West Princes Street Gardens cover extend to the adjacent churches of St. The park was laid out by the City Architect Robert Morham. The Ross Bandstand is named After William Henry Ross. East Gardens are the prominent Scott Monument, a Gothic spire. Monuments are the Royal Scots Memorial, the Royal Scots Greys Memorial. The fountain was cast in the Durenne ironworks at Sommevoire Haute Marne.

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