List of Equestrian Statues in The United Kingdom - Scotland - Edinburgh

Edinburgh

  • Equestrian of Charles II. Parliament Square
  • Equestrian of Duke of Wellington.
  • Equestrian monument to the Royal Scots Greys at the Princes Street Gardens.
  • Duke of Wellington in Edinburgh

  • Royal Scots Greys monument in Edinburgh

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