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Mayfield, Edinburgh

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Mayfield, Edinburgh

The Mayfield area from Blackford Hill

Mayfield is an area of Edinburgh, Scotland, about one mile south from the city centre, with Craigmillar to the south-east and Newington to the north. Mayfield is also the name of several streets in the area.

The area is affluent and mostly residential, with a large number of small hotels, a few shops, and an NHS dentist on Mayfield Road. The area is dominated by Mayfield Salisbury Church.

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