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The National Monument

The National Monument of Scotland, located on Calton Hill in Edinburgh, is an unfinished neoclassical structure resembling the Parthenon. Intended as a memorial to Scottish soldiers who died in the Napoleonic Wars, it stands as an iconic landmark. Despite being incomplete, it adds historical and architectural significance to Edinburgh’s skyline.

  • The National Monument of Scotland in Edinburgh - Bulit in 1929