Treasured artworks to be moved from Picardy Place
Three treasured artworks at Picardy Place are being temporarily relocated while the city centre site is redeveloped.
The Manuscript of Monte Cassino, Leith stones and the Sherlock Holmes statue are all being moved.
The artworks will return to Picardy Place once the regeneration of the busy junction is completed.
The Manuscript of Monte Cassino, also known as the Paolozzi sculptures, will be relocated to the gardens between London Road and Hillside Crescent from Monday, December 18.
The Leith stones will be taken to Hillside Crescent gardens, while the Sherlock Holmes statue will be looked after by firm Black Isle Bronze.