CIEH Level 3 Award in PTLLS Conversion Course Courses in Edinburgh
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Nickname(s): "Auld Reekie", "Edina", "Athens of the North" Location within Scotland Coordinates: 55°57′11″N 3°11′20″W / 55.95306°N 3.18889°W / 55.95306; -3.18889Coordinates: 55°57′11″N 3°11′20″W / 55.95306°N 3.18889°W / 55.95306; -3.18889 Sovereign state  United Kingdom Country  Scotland Council area City of Edinburgh Lieutenancy area Edinburgh Founded Prior to 7th century AD Burgh Charter 1125 City status 1889 Government  • Governing body City of Edinburgh Council  • Lord Provost Donald Wilson  • MSPs 6 Kenny MacAskill (SNP) Marco Biagi (SNP) Malcolm Chisholm (L) Gordon MacDonald (SNP) Jim Eadie (SNP) Colin Keir (SNP)  • MPs 5 Alistair Darling (L) Gavin Strang (L) Nigel Griffiths (L) Mark Lazarowicz (L) Michael Crockart (LD) Area  • City 264 km2 (102 sq mi) Elevation 47 m (154 ft) Population (2012)  • City 482,640  • Density 1,828/km2 (4,730/sq mi)  • Urban 817,800  • Language(s) Scots, English Time zone GMT (UTC±0)  • Summer (DST) BST (UTC+1) Postcode areas EH Area code(s) 0131 ISO 3166-2 GB-EDH ONS code 00QP OS grid reference NT275735 NUTS 3 UKM25 Website Edinburgh (i/ˈɛdɪnbʌrə/; Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Èideann) is the capital city of Scotland, situated on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth which is the area where the River Forth flows into the North Sea. With a population of 482,640 in 2012, it is the largest settlement in Lothian, a region of the Scottish Lowlands, and is situated at the eastern end of the Central Belt. From its prehistoric beginning as a hill fort, following periods of Celtic and Germanic influence, Edinburgh became part of the Kingdom of Scotland during the 10th century. With burgh charters granted by David I and Robert the Bruce, Edinburgh grew through the Middle Ages as Scotland’s largest town. By the time of the European Renaissance and the reign of James IV it was well established as Scotlands capital. The 16th century Scottish Reformation and 18th century Scottish Enlightenment were formative periods in the history of the city, which played a central role in both. While political power shifted to London following the Treaty of Union in 1707, devolution in 1997 has resulted in the return of a semi-autonomous Parliament to the capital. Edinburgh has a high proportion of independent schools, one college and four universities. The University of Edinburgh (which now includes Edinburgh College of Art) is the biggest university in Scotland and ranked 17th in the world by QS World University Rankings. These institutions help provide a highly educated population and drive a dynamic economy. Edinburgh generates a high gross value added (GVA) per capita, which was the highest productivity of any UK city in 2012. Identified as the UKs most competitive city in 2010, this city was also named European Best Large City of the Future for Foreign Direct Investment by fDi magazine in 2012/13.[11] Each August the city hosts the biggest annual international arts festival in the world. This includes the Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Other festivals are held throughout the year, such as the Science Festival, Film Festival and Jazz and Blues Festival. Further annual events include the Hogmanay street party and Beltane Fire Festival. Edinburgh is the worlds first UNESCO City of Literature[12] and the citys Old Town and New Town are jointly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.[13] Edinburgh regularly polls as one of the best places to live, having won more than 12 UK Best City Awards in 8 years to 2013.[14] Attracting over one million overseas visitors a year, it is the second most popular tourist destination in the UK,[15] and was voted European Destination of the Year at the World Travel Awards 2012.[16]

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