Dundee has made a fresh entry into the history books with a record-breaking giant marble run.
Locals watched on as the United Nations Board of Signiﬁcant Inspiration (UNBOSI) took over the City Square on Sunday to create the world’s largest loop-de-loop.
The Guinness World Record effort was overseen by Deputy Lord Provost Kevin Cordell and crowds of onlookers.
It comes amid a series of events across the city at part of the Dundee Summer (Bash Streets) Festival.
Celebrating Dundee’s status as the home of comics, the events have included a comic character parade, exhibitions, screenings, trails, workshops, and colourful performances.
A spokeswoman for Dundee City Council events team said: “We’re delighted that the festival has ended on a such a high note with our successful world record attempt.
“It’s been a fantastic ten days of fun activities and spectacle for visitors and locals to Dundee.”
UNBOSI say the marbles which completed the run will be handed out to world leaders in the hope of inspiring peace.
Dr Sidney Rann, senior ‘marbleologist’ from UNBOSI, said: “Marbles hold inspiration best when they’ve been exposed to experiences and with so much inspiration we thought we could offer these marbles the chance to have a once-in-a-lifetime, world record-breaking experience.”