Dunedin, Edinburgh of the south - Roadside Stories

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Dunedin was settled by Scots from 1848, and even its name is a Gaelic version of Edinburgh. Once -- but no longer -- New Zealand's largest, wealthiest city, Dunedin retains a Scottish sensibility, with its stone buildings, Highland games, bagpipers and chilly weather -- as well as whisky and haggis on offer around town. Dunedin, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/otago-places/6 View of Dunedin from 'Little Paisley', http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/scots/3/1 Otago region: Presbyterians and Scots, http://...


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