Your pictures: Remembrance displays around Scotland

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Image source, Eric Donaldson
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"A simple cross and helmet speak more eloquently than a thousand words" - Eric Donaldson in Edinburgh

Towns and cities across Scotland are set to remember the end of conflict in the First World War. Below is a gallery featuring a selection of your photos of remembrance displays from around the country.

Image source, Alex Gilfillan
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Alex Gilfillan saw these poppies flowering in Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline
Image source, Pam Taylor
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Pam Taylor spotted these poppies flowering in her garden in Dundee and captured the poignant sight
Image source, George Evans
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There are poppies on display at the war memorial in Kirk Street, Peterhead.
Image source, Kelvinside Academy
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Kelvinside Academy in Glasgow remembered 131 of its students who died in the First World War
Image source, Margaret Sergant
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Pupils of Spean Bridge Primary School have made 100 large poppies which they have attached to the road near the Commando Memorial.
Image source, Mary M Rodgers
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Mary Rodgers from Dundee sent us this black and white image of the war memorial at Blairgowrie.
Image source, Heather Anderson
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Heather Anderson took this image on an overcast day in Dunfermline
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The Castle of St John in Stranraer is part of a Remembrance display
Image source, James Barker
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James Barker captured this scene at Strathaven Castle
Image source, Elizabeth Murphy
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The villages of Sorbie and Garlieston and surrounding area have worked together to create this dramatic display at the historic Sorbie Tower

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