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Edinburgh's 101 objects - map of Edinburgh

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Explore each of the objects on the Edinburgh's 101 objects trail with this map of the city of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh’s 101 Objects is a city-wide visitor experience that sees Edinburgh’s historic past brought to new life. Through the objects that helped shape the city’s history, heritage, culture and everyday life, Edinburgh’s 101 Objects tells the tales of Edinburgh through the years in the first attraction of its kind.

Discover the different objects through this map, which charts the location of 100 Edinburgh objects - with the 101st to be decided by public vote and announced in October 2017.

(Map copyright Edinburgh's 101 Objects; download a PDF version)

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