The Scott Landmark is a Victorian Gothic landmark by Scottish creator Sir Walter Scott. It is the biggest landmark to an author on the planet.
It remains in Rulers Road Gardens in Edinburgh, inverse the Jenner’s retail chain on Sovereigns Road and close to Edinburgh Waverley Railroad Station, which is named after Scott's Waverley novels.
In terms of its area, it is put on a pivot with South St David Road, the primary road beginning St Andrew Square to Rulers Road, and is a point of convergence inside that vista, its scale being sufficiently extensive to thoroughly screen the Old Town behind.
As observed from the south side, Rulers Road Gardens, its area seems more arbitrary, yet it thoroughly commands the Eastern segment of the greenhouses, through a blend of its scale and hoisted position with respect to the depressed patio nurseries.