The Heart of Midlothian is a work of art. In the center of the street is this heart-shaped paved with different masonry. Visitors here will take pictures here. It is also a very representative and artistic symbol.
[Fun] The surroundings are very interesting
The Heart of Midlothian belongs to a section of the Royal Mile, close to the west gate of St Giles Cathedral. It is a heart-shaped landmark paved with bricks of various colors. It is said that it can bring good luck to people.
A small and perfect museum depicting the history of the Central Lothian Football Club. Knowledgeable volunteers can communicate through the exhibition at any time. Historians have conducted extensive research on this road, which is a perfect combination of football and tourism.
A small heart-shaped mosaic on the Royal mile was once the entrance to one of the most horrific prisons in the country. Easy to be missed if you don't pay attention!
This is one of those quirky things that doesn't really warrant a visit but is cool when you stumble upon it. I ended up just looking down at the ground and seeing this. Someone near me explained that it actually marks the spot where a prison entrance once was. It's pretty interesting!
Standing where the old tollbooth once did, watch for the brass cobbles that denote the former walls. Custom dictates you spit on the heart, but honestly you’ll look like a wally if you do. Also spitting is gross.