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Holyrood Park Map and Guide

Cover of the Holyrood Park Map and Guide leaflet

Holyrood Park is a rare example of unimproved grassland. Effectively unchanged since its enclosure as a Royal Park in the 16th century, it is rich in plant species and also provides a home to a variety of important invertebrate, amphibian, mammal and bird species. To find such a wildlife haven in the heart of a capital city is remarkable.

  • Audiences:

    Visitors
  • Date Published:

    05 June 2019
  • Publisher:

    Historic Environment Scotland
  • Publication Types:

    Sites Guide
  • Format(s):

    Download PDF

  • Language:

    English

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