National Geographic : 1932 Aug
©Donald McLeish THE EDINBURGH VIEW THAT STEVENSON LOVED Calton Hill rises like a giant observation tower in the heart of the city. Many monuments, an incomplete Parthenon, and ajailfleck itsslopes. The memorial in the foreground honors the precocious philosopher, Dugald Stewart, who at nineteen yearstaught abstruse mathematics atthehistoric University of Edinburgh. To the right of the hotel with the clock tower, which is etched against the dominating Castle, istheScott Monument (see, also, text, page 237).