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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