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The Hub, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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537 Royal Mile
Edinburgh EH1 2PF

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N55° 56' 56.32" W3° 11' 40.73"   (55.948977777778, -3.1946472222222)
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Tolbooth Kirk redirects here, referring to the Victorian building; not be confused with the Tolbooth Kirk congregation which met in the north-west corner of St. Giles High Kirk when that building accommodated 4 separate congregations.The Hub is a public arts and events building in the centre of Edinburgh, Scotland. Located at the top of the Royal Mile, it is a prominent landmark as its tall gothic spire is the highest point in central Edinburgh, and towers over the surrounding buildings below Edinburgh Castle.
The building is a notable example of Gothic Revival architecture and was designed by architects J Gillespie Graham and Augustus Pugin. Constructed between 1842 and 1845, it was originally designed as a meeting hall for the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. From 1929 the building was used as a church until the mid-1980s. Today it is the home of the Edinburgh International Festival and is used as a ticket office, information centre and performance venue.


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The Hub, Edinburgh

Address: 537 Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2PF, UK