A giant, fully edible map of Scotland was built – and then eaten, at the Scottish Festival of Architecture on Sunday 11 September.

Teams of amateur and professional bakers from across Scotland took part in the event, held at Cowanes Hospital in Stirling.

The spectacular 100sq m, three-dimensional fully edible map of Scotland featured 70 of its most iconic buildings, modelled out of Scottish “edible materials”.

Buildings crafted in cake included Stirling Castle, Falkland Castle, Tay Rail Bridge in Dundee, Charlotte Square in Edinburgh and Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow.

The event was organised by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland and Grace Food Innovation.