Salisbury Crags, Edinburgh Photos

Salisbury Crags is an escarpment formed by the eroded core of an extinct volcano. The Crags, within Holyrood Park, create different photographic views from many points of Edinburgh. This park also contains Arthur's Seat and several archeological features of note.

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Salisbury Crags extinct volcano from Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh, Scotland.Holyrood Palace gates seen against Salisbury Crags volcanic rock formation of Arthur's Seat. Edinburgh, Scotland.Holyrood Palace cafe building with glass roof against Salisbury Crags volcanic rock formation of Arthur's Seat. Edinburgh, Scotland.Gardens at Holyrood Palace. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Salisbury Crags extinct volcano from Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh, Scotland.Holyrood Palace gates seen against Salisbury Crags volcanic rock formation of Arthur's Seat. Edinburgh, Scotland.Holyrood Palace cafe building with glass roof against Salisbury Crags volcanic rock formation of Arthur's Seat. Edinburgh, Scotland.Gardens at Holyrood Palace. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Our Dynamic Earth fabric membrane stretched over steel skeleton seen against Salisbury Crags volcanic formation. Edinburgh, Scotland.Salisbury Crags rock formation of Arthur's Seat extinct volcano. Edinburgh, Scotland.Salisbury Crags with Arthur's Seat extinct volcano. Edinburgh, Scotland.Salisbury Crags & Arthur's Seat over roofline of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Our Dynamic Earth (1999) fabric membrane stretched over steel skeleton seen against Salisbury Crags volcanic formation. Edinburgh, Scotland. Architect: Michael Hopkins.Salisbury Crags rock formation of Arthur's Seat extinct volcano. Edinburgh, Scotland.Salisbury Crags with Arthur's Seat extinct volcano. Edinburgh, Scotland.Salisbury Crags & Arthur's Seat over roofline of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Salisbury Crags seen from Calton Hill. Edinburgh, Scotland.


Salisbury Crags seen from Calton Hill. Edinburgh, Scotland.



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