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Your pictures: Remembrance displays around Scotland

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image copyrightEric Donaldson
image caption"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 copyrightAlex Gilfillan
image captionAlex Gilfillan saw these poppies flowering in Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline
image copyrightPam Taylor
image captionPam Taylor spotted these poppies flowering in her garden in Dundee and captured the poignant sight
image copyrightGeorge Evans
image captionThere are poppies on display at the war memorial in Kirk Street, Peterhead.
image copyrightKelvinside Academy
image captionKelvinside Academy in Glasgow remembered 131 of its students who died in the First World War
image copyrightMargaret Sergant
image captionPupils of Spean Bridge Primary School have made 100 large poppies which they have attached to the road near the Commando Memorial.
image copyrightMary M Rodgers
image captionMary Rodgers from Dundee sent us this black and white image of the war memorial at Blairgowrie.
image copyrightHeather Anderson
image captionHeather Anderson took this image on an overcast day in Dunfermline
image copyrightSocial Media
image captionThe Castle of St John in Stranraer is part of a Remembrance display
image copyrightJames Barker
image captionJames Barker captured this scene at Strathaven Castle
image copyrightElizabeth Murphy
image captionThe 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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