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Edinburgh is the seat of the Scottish government and the capital of Scotland since the 15th century. It was built by a Brittonic Celtic tribe known to the Romans as the Votadini. Dominion over the settlement of Edinburgh was contested for many centuries between the Angles and the Votadini, before it was abandoned in the 11th century and the Scots reclaimed it once more. It was then granted its charter in the year 1124, coming to be widely regarded by the 13th century as the great capital of Scotland.

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