Hundreds of people lined the streets of Dundee on Sunday to pay respect to all those who gave their lives in conflict.
The 100th anniversary of the Armistice was marked with a series of events throughout the day, beginning with piper Neil Nicholson playing Battle’s O’er at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral at 6am.
The Very Reverend Jeremey Auld then led a short service of remembrance at the cathedral, which was attended by Lord Provost Ian Borthwick and representatives of the Armed Forces.
Dundee’s main Remembrance event began with a march from Dundee High School to St Mary’s Church.
Veterans, service personnel and cadets were watched by a crowd of hundreds at they marched past dignitaries on Reform Street on their way to the Nethergate church.
There, the Reverend Keith Hall led a brief service before the Last Post was played by Brian Sullivan.
Lord Provost Borthwick laid a wreath of poppies in front of the church on behalf of the cities before other dignitaries, including council leader John Alexander, MPs Stewart Hosie and Chris Law, MSP Joe FitzPatrick and Councillor Lynne Short, laid wreaths.
Rev Hall then led a civil service of Remembrance inside the Church.
Following a service in the church, the dignitaries moved to the Law for a second ceremony at the war memorial.
There was also an impromptu memorial service at the Black Watch Memorial on Powrie Brae at 11am.
Although no formal service had been organised for Remembrance Sunday, around 40 people turned up to pay their respects, including Dundee poet Gary Robertson who recited a poem dedicated to his grandfathers, both of whom served with The Black Watch in the Second World War.
In the afternoon there was another service at the Submarine Memorial at City Quay and another on board HM Frigate Unicorn.