From the ascent to Arthur’s Seat we have a remarkably fine and varied prospect of the Scottish capital Edinburgh.
The view of Edinburgh from the ruins of St. Anthony’s Chapel will give a correct idea of the relative situations of the Castle and Calton Hills.
Today’s Old Royal High School, also known as New Parliament House, is a 19th century neoclassical building located on Calton Hill in the city of Edinburgh.
The view of the city from the top of this monumental column is truly wonderful.
The most comprehensive view of Edinburgh, and, we may add, one of the grandest and most remarkable scenes in any city of Europe, is the view from the Calton Hill.
The view here given is taken from the south side of the Grass-Market. It exhibits that portion of the Castle which contained the Royal Apartments.
Catalan Bay originated as a fishing village. Located on the east side of the Rock of Gibraltar.
Gibraltar. View from Europa Point with its back to the strait at the end of a storm.
The view here given is taken from a mortar battery on the craggy cliffs overhanging the south side of Camp Bay
The town of Gibraltar, the old Moorish castle, and the modern defenses, with the Mole, or Devil’s Tongue Battery.