Such a stunning and romantic building doesn’t quite fit its name.
It is simply… The Hub.
Built between 1842 and 1845 for the General Assembly for the Church of Scotland, it was called the Victorian Hall at the time. Now it is a performance and event venue, hosting picturesque weddings and wild Festival acts.
When you’re standing on the roof of the Camera Obscura, as we were when I took this photo, the spire dominates your view as you look southwest towards Arthur’s Seat.
Man, I love this city. I’m sure it has it’s not-so-wonderful parts, but so far we haven’t found them. It seems like no matter where we go in the city we find incredible views, good restaurants, more history than I could possibly learn in a lifetime, and the best kind of people.
Thank you, Edinburgh, for so many good times.