Robert Adam medallion by James Tassie, 1792, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
University of Edinburgh’s Old College on South Bridge, designed by Robert Adam. Charles Darwin attended the University in this building from 1825-1828. The new law school is under construction under the scaffolding to the right.
Detail of the facade of the University of Edinburgh’s Old College. Note the attribution to Robert Adam (in Latin)
University of Edinburgh’s Old College on South Bridge, designed by Robert Adam, facade and courtyard views. Pardon the tilt of the facade view, it’s hard to get the whole thing from across the somewhat narrow street
The Georgian House (to the left, with the open door and the sign) designed by Robert Adam, New Town, Edinburgh. In the center is Bute House, the official residence of the First Minister of Scotland, also designed by Robert Adam
The Georgian House designed by Robert Adam, interior views, New Town, Edinburgh
The Georgian House designed by Robert Adam, dining room and Patron’s letter, New Town, Edinburgh
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