Arthur's Seat, in the scenic highland park of Holyrood in Edinburgh Scotland, is the site of an ancient Carboniferous volcano that erupted some 340 million years ago. It is easy to notice from first stepping foot here that it has been the site of significant geological and cultural history.
It contains deposits of Carboniferous Rock in relatively pristine conditions for a highland area. Scotland itself is famous for its location of Carboniferous rock and fossils that have endured for hundreds of millions of years.
It contains chapel ruins visible on some of the hills and ancient graves have been discovered there, making it a significant historical part of Scotland's Capital city.
Mythical history points Holyrood park as a site affiliated with the legends of King Arthur and may have been an analogue to Camelot by some interpretations. Arthur's Seat is the name given to the peak of the prehistoric volcano itself.
In any event this is a very beautiful part of Edinburgh and an ideal location to fly a drone, the footage of which I share with you here.