The buildings in the watchtower area of the New Calton Hill Cemetery are very unique. Some have a very long history and are worthy of a closer look. The gravel paths all over the floor are traces of history.
The New Calton Hill Cemetery falls on the top of the hill. A short slope is covered with pebbles. The view is very good, with stunning Scottish scenery and Arthur's seat. The tomb is buried on a steep hill, and the cemetery watch tower is in the middle of the cemetery.
It is quiet, traditional and cheap.
This obelisk stands at the northern foot of Calton Hill, mainly to commemorate the cemetery of the pioneers who promoted universal suffrage in Scotland in the last two centuries. The famous British philosopher David Hume was also buried here. It is very quiet and there are Time can come and see.
It is desolate, with few people, and the environment feels very desolate.