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Arthur's Seat (Scotland : Mountain)

LC control no.sh2013001290
Geographic headingArthur's Seat (Scotland : Mountain)
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Geographic subdivision usageScotland--Arthur's Seat (Mountain)
Variant(s)Arthur Seat (Scotland)
Lion's Head (Scotland : Mountain)
See alsoMountains--Scotland
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Found inWork cat.: Arthur's Seat, 2012: p. 7 (the hill called Arthur's Seat is ... part of a triple peak, set within a wider system of ridges, crags and valleys which slope ... from the main summit towards the Firth of Forth) p. 4 of cover (rising high above the Edinburgh skyline, is the city's most awe-inspiring landmark)
OS gazetteer WWW site, Mar. 11, 2013 (Arthur Seat)
Gazetteer for Scotland WWW site, Mar. 11, 2013 (Arthur's Seat; the remains of a volcano that erupted under water during the Carboniferous period; located within Holyrood Park in the centre of Edinburgh. Although only 250m (823 feet) in height ... is a notable landmark, dominating the city. Known also as the Lion's Head ... is the highest of a series of peaks which take the form of a crouched lion; Lat. 55.944°N, Long. 3.1618°W)
Geonet, July 10, 2013: (Arthur's Seat; hill in the City of Edinburgh, UK; variant name: Arthur Seat; a cape in Abeerdeenshire also called Lion's Head)