In pictures: Britain from the Air comes to Edinburgh

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image captionAerial photographs of Edinburgh such as a snowy Salisbury Crags setting have been posted across Edinburgh as part of the Britain from the Air exhibition
image captionThe free-to-access street gallery allows people to see Britain from a unique aerial perspective as can be seen in this picture of Edinburgh Castle
image captionEleven specially selected photographs of locations around Edinburgh such as the Scottish Parliament will also be officially unveiled on Friday
image captionPictures such as this one of St Andrew Square will be displayed across Edinburgh until 20 May
image captionThe exhibition is being brought to Edinburgh, a Scottish first, by the Royal Geographical Society and includes this picture of St Mary's Cathedral
image captionThe exhibition, which includes a picture of the Gallery of Modern Art, is being sponsored by Edinburgh City Council, Marketing Edinburgh and Essential Edinburgh in conjunction with Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS), Edinburgh World Heritage and the Grassmarket BID
image captionThe pictures will be posted in Festival Square, West End, Castle Street, Rose Street, St Andrew Square, East Princes Street Gardens, Mound Precinct and the Grassmarket

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