Edinburgh: A Melancholy Exploration of the City’s Royal Mile, Gothic Architecture, and Cemeteries

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Edinburgh: A Melancholy Exploration of the City’s Royal Mile, Gothic Architecture, and Cemeteries

With each winding road and tucked away corner, a new architectural treasure or monument reveals itself as Edinburgh’s walls begin to tell of a rich and fascinating history.

The melancholy sepia photographs in the book explore Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and its surrounding areas including some of its beautiful cemeteries: Greyfriars Kirkyard, New Calton Burial Ground, and Canongate Kirkyard.

Take a stroll through the streets and enjoy the facades of Edinburgh Castle, St. Gile’s Cathedral, the Canongate Tolbooth, Regent Bridge and the mystery of the city’s alleys and closes.

A picture is worth 1000 words- a unique art photography book without text.

For those interested in dark tourism/alternative travel destinations, this is a lovely photo book with a surreal touch. Photomontages and the vintage feel of the images are reminiscent of times gone by.

A list of addresses of locations is included at the end of the book with corresponding page numbers.

ISBN: 978-3-96757-027-4

BOOK SPECIFICATIONS:

Size: 22cm x 28cm / 8.5″ x 11″

Page Count: 168

Interior Color and Paper: Color: Ultra Premium Color

Gloss Cover Finish

Perfect Bound Paperback

 

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