- Built in 1818, St John's Church stands at the west end of Princes Street, on the corner of Lothian Road. It was built by William Burn, on the site of a market garden and during the festival the church grounds still serve to host numerous little craft stalls. The neo-Gothic windows of St John's are among its most striking features, dating from the Victorian revival period of glass-making techniques. There's a range of contemporary sculpture, tapestry and painting, and a small library. If you love choral and classical music, the church holds concerts throughout the year .
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