THREE historic Aberdeen landmarks have been listed among the 100 best Scottish buildings from the past 100 years.
Bon Accord Baths, St Mary’s Church and Aberdeen’s War Memorial and Cowdray Hall have made the list which was compiled by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS).
And people across Scotland will be asked to choose their favourites from the 100 chosen buildings next year.
A new exhibition, Scotstyle, will tour the country and tell the story of the 100 buildings.
And the public vote forms part of the Festival of Architecture, which takes place from March to October.
The list of 100 was selected from more than 400 nominations put forward by members of the public, with a group of architects, critics and architectural historians whittling it down to 100 properties.