Scottish National Gallery

Built on The Mound near Edinburgh’s famous Princes Street, the Scottish National Gallery is the public national art gallery for Scotland. First opened in 1859, the gallery is home to some of Scotland’s most famous pieces of fine art, including Degas ‘Portrait of Diego Martelli’, Van Gogh’s ‘Olive Trees’ and Rembrandt’s ‘Self-Portrait’.

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