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Robert Burns spent some time living in Edinburgh, Scotland.

He was convinced to try a life there by the poet Blacklock from Newington with his first lodging being on The Lawnmarket. The Edinburgh print of Poems Chiefly In The Scottish Dialect was published in Parliament Square and he also chose a different type of society in Anchor Close. Much love was delivered to Clarinda at Potterrow and Canongate became a sacred memorial of poet Robert Fergusson because of him. He would spend a week in The Grassmarket before 'ae fond kiss'. These and ither Edinburgh lands. Take a walk in his footsteps. Welcome tae The Land o' Burns ...

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