In the oldest part of Edinburgh is interesting institutions-it’s Writers Museum showing the life of the three great Scottish writers: poet Robert Burns, historian Walter Scott ( “Ivanhoe,” “Rob Roy”) and Robert Louis Stevenson ( “Treasure Island “the strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”). Near the museum is the famous pub Deacon Brodie’s Tavern. And this name has to do with the museum namely the book The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was inspired by Deacon Brodie (Deacon Brodie), Edinburgh carpenter from the 18th century, who was also a respected city councilman, a deacon and a very successful artisans. Brody’s job to access the keys of the rich and famous. He copied the keys so he could rob them at night. After a series of robberies, he was finally caught and hanged (according to legend, was hanged on the gallows in whose design he himself participated).