A dozen medieval alleyways off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile are to be turned into art installations.
Edinburgh’s Old Town is riddled with narrow closes and ‘wynds’, many of which have historic connections: philosopher David Hume lived on Riddle’s Close in the 18th century, and Stevenlaw’s Close was where the recipe for haggis was first recorded in the 1700s. Over £700,000 will be spent on lighting shows and art installations, with some features running only in the summer and others operating permanently. Read more: scotsman.com
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