Municipality:East Lothian

East Lothian
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The municipality East Lothian in the region of Scotland
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Council logo of East Lothian
CountryUnited Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom.png
RegionScotland Flag of Scotland.png
Number of zones590
Maximum PPH1313
Last updated2021-12-29

East Lothian is a municipality in the region of Scotland in the United Kingdom. The municipality has about 105,800 inhabitants and is located in the southeastern part of the region.

East Lothian (Scots: East Lowden; Scottish Gaelic: Lodainn an Ear) is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, as well as a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area. The county was also known as Haddingtonshire.

Flag of East Lothian


East Lothian lies south of the Firth of Forth in the eastern central Lowlands of Scotland. It borders City of Edinburgh to the west, Midlothian to the south-west and the Scottish Borders to the south.

Urban areas[edit]

Its administrative centre and former county town is Haddington while the largest town is Musselburgh with about 20,800 inhabitants.

Other towns within the municipality are Auldhame, Bolton, Broxburn, Cockenzie, Dirleton, Dunbar, East Fortune, East Linton, Gullane, Kingston, Longniddry, North Berwick, Pencaitland, Port Seton, Prestonpans and Tranent.


There are 590 turf zones in the municipality of East Lothian, one of which is counted as winner zone, seven train station zones, seven monument zones, 24 holy zones, 20 bridge zones, one castle zone and eight ruin zones.

The most taken zone is WyndBridge which is located on Station Road, where it forms a bridge over the River Tyne, in southern East Linton.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

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Zontyp06.png Monument zones[edit]

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Zontyp10.png Castle zones[edit]

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Other zones[edit]

Updated: 2021-12-29

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