Home to a range of architectural gems, Edinburgh is envied the world over for its beauty.
But not every construction in Scotland’s capital city has met with public approval, and down the years some of the city’s buildings have divided opinion.
Take a look through our photo gallery to see our selections – and let us know your thoughts in the comments section before you go.
1. Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre, George Square
Originally the George Square Lecture Theatre when it was opened in 1970, the category B listed building was renamed after the late political researcher and MND campaigner. Photo: WikiComms
2. No 1 Osborne Terrace, Haymarket
This Brutalist office building is located near Haymarket station. Photo: Flickr/Andy A
3. 86 Princes Street
Princes Street's New Club received a Brutalist makeover in 1967. Its neighbour to the west, the Life Association Building of Scotland, was demolished and replaced by a Brutalist retail unit the following year. Photo: Lost Edinburgh
4. Argyle House
This unlisted building is located in the West Port area, and has long been regarded by critics as one of the worst eyesores in the city centre. Photo: TSPL