The Collective is an artist-run gallery with regularly changing exhibitions by contemporary artists, both Scottish and international.
The largest structure on the summit of Calton Hill, the National Monument was a rather over-ambitious attempt to replicate the...
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Calton Hill information
Calton Hill, which rises dramatically above the eastern end of Princes St, is Edinburgh's acropolis, its summit scattered with grandiose monuments dating mostly from the first half of the 19th century. It is also one of the best viewpoints in Edinburgh, with a panorama that takes in the castle, Holyrood, Arthur's Seat, the Firth of Forth, New Town and the full length of Princes St.
On Regent Rd, on the hill's southern side, is the Burns Monument (1830), a Greek-style memorial to poet Robert Burns.