The latest news of historical mistakes in Scotland comes from Edinburgh City Chambers where a bronze statue that was believed to depict George III or even Charles I is actually now identified as ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie,’ an enemy of the Hanovarian kings.
The statue was originally stored away for so long that its meaning was forgotten. The statue was then brought out of storage in 1810 and given a place at the City Chambers.
Scotsman comments on the mistake calling it an inadvertent act of treason. Learn more on the story here: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/other/bonnie-prince-charlies-statue-in-edinburgh-city-chambers-an-inadvertent-act-of-treason-–-scotsman-comment/ar-AA18kINE