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1591 – Canongate Tolbooth, Edinburgh

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Once the heart of the Canongate area, the Tolbooth contained a council chamber and jail. The chamber was accessible via the external staircase o the first floor while the jail was beneath it. The building was restored in 1879 when the dormered windows were added.

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