A painting of Derby's patron saint has been blessed in a ceremony at the city's cathedral.
The icon of St Alkmund is a gift to the city by Romanian artists Condrea and Camelia Toma.
The work, a painted wooden panel incorporating glass, forms part of an exhibition that will run at the Cathedral Centre, on Iron Gate, until 30 September.
It will then go on permanent display in the cathedral.
St Alkmund was born a Northumbrian prince in 774, but moved to Derby following a dispute between rival factions.
He was later murdered in Shropshire, probably by one of his rivals.
He became Derby's patron saint in the 1530s and his name was adopted by one of the city's churches.
This was demolished in 1968 and a new one built on Kedleston Road.
Around 50 people attended the blessing for the St Alkmund icon on Tuesday.
The cathedral's visitor officer John Armitage said: "Apart from the fact we have a church dedicated to St Alkmund, there is very little recognition of him in any of Derby's public buildings.
"It is nice to be able to display a part of Derby's history here and also help to show how much of a role Derby played in the development of the country."