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Untold LGBT history story to be told at new Pride Edinburgh tour

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LGBT history is to be revealed to the public for the first time to celebrate Pride month in June. One of Edinburgh's top attractions is offering a series of guided tours that have been designed to reveal the hidden stories of LGBT community life in Edinburgh from as far back as 1546 until 1912.

Edinburgh's The Real Mary King's Close will be sharing its research in the series of new, educational and thought-provoking ‘Pride History Tours’.

The research was undertaken by The Real Mary King’s Close’s Robert MacRae (Guest Services) and endorsed by Dr Emma Macleod, Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Stirling.The tours will also support a local charity, LGBT Youth Scotland, with proceeds being donated to the charity which supports LGBTI young people all over Scotland.

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