Five of the shortlisted designs for a King Richard III artwork have gone on show in Leicestershire.
A panel of judges will pick the winning sculpture, which will then go on show in the gardens of Leicester Cathedral.
Leicestershire County Council is commissioning the artwork as part of a £250,000 contribution to the redevelopment of Leicester Cathedral's gardens.
The designs are currently on show at the Bosworth Battlefield visitor centre.
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