10Contains the oldest building in Edinburgh
Edinburgh castle is a historical fortress in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland. It was built on the castle rock, which scientist say have to experience human habitation since the second millennia. Edinburgh castle is a fascinating building that holds a rich history and culture, especially because it serves as a very strategic military outpost for centuries. Here are the top ten interesting things to know about this edifice. Within the castle is the St. Margret’s Chapel, which was commissioned and completed by King David I. Records show that it was built in 1130, making it the oldest building, not only inside the castle but in the entire city of Edinburgh. When Robert the Bruce captured the castle in 1314, it was the only building he spared. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!