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5 Exciting Things To Do At Edinburgh International Children’s Festival
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The Edinburgh International Children’s Festival returns this year from 25th May – 2nd June with an exciting programme of theatre and dance for children and young people. This year, the Festival celebrates its 30th birthday and the line-up promises to challenge and inspire in equal measures! Adults alike will enjoy…

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The 10 Best Places For Sushi & Japanese Food In Edinburgh
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Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese dishes in the world and has exploded in popularity in Britain over the past decade. With all of the beautiful cherry blossoms sprinkled around Edinburgh lately, we’ve been put in mind of Japan, and their world-famous food. Cherry blossoms are called ‘sakura’…

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Meet Hatti Pattisson – A Scottish Artist & Textile Designer
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Scottish artist Hatti Pattisson has been pursuing a creative career for as long as she can remember and is known for her colourful and emotive land and seascapes. An evocative nod to her relationship with the sea, her original works of art and hand-finished prints have been used for a…

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Our Homes From Home – Simpson Loan, Lauriston
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There’s something very unique about Foster + Partners Quartermile development in Simpson Loan. Their transformation of Edinburgh’s Old Royal Infirmary Hospital into a mixed use urban community of luxury homes, affordable houses, office, retail and leisure space has been very successful. Two types of home are available here – purpose-built…

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7 Enchanted Places All Harry Potter Fans Should Visit In Edinburgh
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Edinburgh is known as a literary capital and in 2004 the city became the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature. From the philosophers of old to the empowered female writers of the 20th century, the Scottish capital is the ultimate destination for bibliophiles. J.K Rowling first started writing her stories…

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