In Pictures: Scottish landmarks turn red for Armistice

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image captionThe Kelpies in Falkirk have been illuminated red from the inside

More than 150 Scottish landmarks have been illuminated red to mark the Armistice centenary. Castles, churches and universities are among the venues forming the Scottish Poppy Appeal's "Light Up Red" campaign. Here's a taster of some of the landmarks lit up ahead of Sunday's commemorations.

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image captionThis photo was captured of Ballindalloch Castle in Aberdeenshire
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image captionThe 19th Century conservatory at Dalkeith Country Park
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image captionEdinburgh Castle is one of 10 castles illuminated across Scotland
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image captionInverness Cathedral has been red for two weeks ahead of Armistice Day
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image captionIt's not just historic landmarks; Edinburgh Airport's air traffic control tower glows red
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image captionEilean Donan castle is one of the most well-known in Scotland
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image captionThe Titan Crane is one of 10 Glasgow landmarks that have turned red
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image captionAnother building included in the campaign is the world-famous R&A Golf Club in St Andrews
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image captionThe facade of the SSE Hydro arena in Glasgow has also turned red for the centenary

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