Towns across the region have outstanding artwork as well a statues celebrating some true greats.
Here are just a few from around the Kingdom.
1. Landmarks in Fife
Dysart Sea beams
The blue and white timber structures were created by Donald Urquhart.
The colours derive from photographs of the Firth of Forth taken under different light conditions.
2. Landmarks in Fife
Glenrothes' famous irises which dominate Leslie Roundabout.
They were made by Malcolm Robertson in 1988 for the town's contribution to Glasgow Garden Festival
3. Landmarks in Fife
The statue in Auchtermuchty that pays tribute to legendary musician, Sir Jimmy Shand
4. Landmarks in Fife
When Morrisons opened its store on Kirkcaldy's Esplanade, councillors wanted it to feature some artwork.
David Mach's contribution didn't last and was eventually removed, but these birds remain at the gateway to the town.