Flodden Wall

First completed in 1560, the Flodden Wall is one of a handful of protective boundary walls that were designed to protect the city from invaders. The wall is an integral part of Edinburgh’s storied history, the wall was supposed to prevent an English invasion of the city and once stretched more than 140 acres. Now, some parts have been demolished, but the areas that remain are majestic to see in person.

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