Cramond

Cramond is a village on the edge of Edinburgh in Scotland, which is now part of the suburbs of Edinburgh. It lies at the north-western end of town at the mouth of the River Almond in the Firth of Forth. In the area of ​​Cramond evidence of early settlement from the Mesolithic, the Bronze Age and Roman times was found. In addition, the village is the birthplace of Scottish economist John Law.

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