Demonstrators voiced their wishes for a Yes vote for Scottish independence, as thousands gathered in the main streets of Glasgow.
The mood was euphoric with the crowd signing Caledonia, a popular Scottish folk ballad on Perth High Street, while Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street were brought to a standstill.
The humour was good, with Glaswegians chanting: "We love you, even if yer no".
According to SNP Deputy Leader Nicola Sturgeon, certain areas of Glasgow were in no doubt of which way they were leaning: "The Gorbals might just be the strongest Yes supporting part of the country.
Wales supporting independence
In Wales, there was strong support at a gathering for Scottish independence with hundreds of people waving Scottish flags in Cardiff Bay.
However, the campaign to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom has taken an eight-point lead with just five days until the independence referendum, according to a poll by market research agency Survation.
The No campaign is now on 54%, ahead of Alex Salmond's Yes movement, which is on 46%.
The poll also found that 40% of voters believe they and their families would be financially worse off in an independent Scotland, compared to 27% who believe they would be better off.
The latest survey predicts that turnout in the referendum will be 93%. It found that 9% of the electorate are still undecided.
It is believed that women voters will ultimately decide the outcome of the referendum.
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