Services were held across Perth and Kinross to mark 100 years since the fighting on the front-line ceased.
Starting at 6am, Perth was stirred awake to the sound of a piper playing the traditional lament Battle’s O’er, outside St Ninian’s Cathedral.
This formed part of an international event where 1,000 pipers played the same tune at the same time in different locations. Bill Bennett, a piper from Stanley, also took part.
Provost Dennis Melloy, Lord-Lieutenant of Perth and Kinross, Brigadier Sir Melville Jameson and Commanding Officer 7 SCOTS Lt Col Matt Sheldrick continued the honours, leading a wreath-laying ceremony at the 51st Memorial on North Inch.
A civic reception took place in Perth Concert Hall from midday while military vehicles were displayed outside.
Parades took place in Auchterarder, Kinross, Crieff, Alyth, Pitlochry, Blairgowrie, Comrie, Muthill, Burrelton, Abernethy, Braco and Blair Atholl. A roll of honour was read in Stanley followed by the lighting of a beacon.