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Hello, sorry for the late reply.
There are a few sites I think it is quite good to visit in Edinburgh.
First is the space just in front of the Parliament Building, next the the bottom of Arthur's Seats. The ponds, steps, seating, are done nicely. Also the building itself worth of visiting.
Then, there's the St Andrew's Square. It is done by the firm Gillespies and won the 2009 Landscape Institute Award.
The Q-Mile on Lauriston Place, its external space also done quite nicely in my opinion.
I can think for these on top of my head at the moment. I am sure there are "landscape-related" places that are good to visit. Will get back to you later.
I hope you enjoy your time here.
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