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In honour of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1859-1930 medical graduate of the university, author and creator of Sherlock Holmes

Edinburgh Medical School, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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On this site Charles Darwin (1809-1882) author of The Origin of Species lodged at 11 Lothian Street while studying medicine at the University of Edinburgh 1825-1827

Rear wall of National Museum of Scotland, South College Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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The University of Edinburgh In Honour of Sir Godfrey Thomson 1881-1955 Pioneer of Educational Testing, Bell Professor of Education, Director of Moray House College (1925-51)

Royal Mile, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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In honour of Eric H. Liddell 1902-1945 Olympic 400 metres champion (1924) graduate of the University, teacher and missionary who lived here 1922-1924

Edinburgh University, George Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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The University of Edinburgh In honour of William McEwan 1827 - 1913. MP, Founder of McEwan's Brewery, Benefactor of the Medical School and Graduation Hall

Bristo Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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In honour of Peter Mark Roget 1779 - 1869. Physician and philologist, author of the Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases, graduate of the University.

George Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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In honour of Benjamin Rush 1746 - 1813. Signatory, American Declaration of Independence, medical graduate of the University.

George Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

In honour of Elizabeth Wiskemann 1901 - 1971. Historian and first woman to hold a chair at the University. Montague Burton Professor of International Relations (1954 - 1961).

George Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

General John Reid

Reid Museum of Musical Instruments, Bristo Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Near this spot from 1675 to 1763 was the Edinburgh Physic Garden, originally founded at Holyrood in 1670 by Sir Robert Sibbald and Sir Andrew Balfour, Two of the founders of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The garden, under the control of James Sutherland the first Regius Professor of Botany in the university, was the direct predecessor of the present Royal Botanic Garden. This plaque was erected in 1978 by The Royal Collage of Physicians of Edinburgh, the University of Edinburgh and the Royal Botanic Garden.

Edinburgh Waverley railway station, Edinburgh, United Kingdom