THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY
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The neoclassical building designed by William Henry Playfair houses a collection of European paintings. First opened in 1859, it contains paintings by Gainsborough, Goya, Francis Bacon, William Blake, Vincent Van Gogh and de Vinci. On the French side, Cézanne, Monet, Delacroix and Ingres are also present. Do not miss the two famous paintings by Titian devoted to the myth of Diana and Actaeon and the series of the seven sacraments of the Church by Poussin.
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Open every day from 10am and 5pm, Thursday until 7pm. Free admission.