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The Burns Monument was built in 1830 by the architect Thomas Hamilton to commemorate Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns.
Artist Mary Archibald's wonderful daily sketches and writings of life and activity in her Colony flat garden.
Explore how Edinburgh was affected by WW1 through objects from the Museum of Edinburgh, People's Story and Museum of Childhood.

Our Town Stories – Edinburgh

Explore Edinburgh’s history through images and maps from the collections of Edinburgh Libraries. Discover the city’s past by reading the stories of its people, places and city life.