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- Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street Gardens

Interrupted only by the Royal Scottish Academy and the Scott Monument, the Gardens on the south side of Princes Street stretch the full length of the road. In addition to the many flower beds, there is the Floral Clock (in summertime) numerous statues, a fountain and the Ross Bandstand.

Roses are in abundance in the gardens, particularly on the south-facing banking beside the street. Another planr to look out for is the large woolly thistle beneath the statue of the mounted soldier of the Royal Scots Greys Regiment.

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