Topic: Scotland

Doused in purple light: A restaurant in the Caves in Edinburgh's underground.

A cryptical maze: The Edinburgh Vaults


When South Bridge was built around the end of the 18th century, it was not solely constructed in order to connect the Old Town of an expanding community with its Southside, but designated to become the city’s very first purpose-built shopping street. Underneath, embedded in the viaduct’s 19 arches, lie a series of chambers known as The Edinburgh Vaults. Back then, they mainly served as a practical storage area for the shops above.

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