You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to be a location sleuth. Can you guess where these scrambled campus photos were taken?
Have a go yourself or gather some university pals together and incorporate this into an online quiz.
1. Here's an easy one to get you started...
A favourite outdoor gathering place near the central campus.
2. More blossoms, but where?
Built in the 1920s, this location is the base for experts in fields like Climate Analysis, Soil Science and Atmospheric Chemistry Modelling.
3. Look up
Completed at the end of the 19th century, this building is named after the Scottish brewer and politician who enabled its construction.
4. Look down
You probably love or hate the building where this photo was taken. Here's the view from the ninth floor.
5. Glass galore
This building opened in 2011 and is around 7 miles out from Waverley Station.
6. Throwback time
This photo was taken circa 1963 when Dr John Guy was a student of medicine at the University. The building shown was designed by architect David Bryce.
7. It's cloudy again
You would have enjoyed views onto Arthur's Seat and a cooked breakfast if you stayed here.
8. Meet you at...
"The first purpose-built [what?] in the world."
9. Three's the magic number
Can you name the two buildings depicted and identify the vantage point?
Neighbours include politicians and video game creators.
10. Final one
This is a world-class clinical research facility.
Did you guess correctly?
1. The Meadows in springtime, 2020.
2. Crew Building, King's Buildings, 2012.
3. Ceiling of McEwan Hall, 2017.
4. View onto Buccleuch Place and the Meadows from the David Hume Tower's ninth floor, which back in 2013 housed the German Gibson Library.
5. The Roslin Institute, 2011.
6. Old Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh at Lauriston Place, ca. 1963.
7. Chancellor's Court at Pollock Halls, 2017.
8. Teviot Row House.
9. View onto Paterson's Land, St Leonard's Land and the Crags from Dalhousie Land, 2018.
10. The Queen's Medical Research Institute at Edinburgh BioQuarter, 2007.
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