A day of remembrance is drawing to a close, marking 100 years since the end of World War One.
At 11:00 GMT, people up and down the country fell silent to mark the time World War One officially came to an end.
Members of the Royal Family and politicians laid wreaths at the Cenotaph in London before thousands of people paraded past the monument to honour all those who have lost their lives in conflict.
In France, where many of the battles of the Western Front were fought, world leaders gathered in Paris at a ceremony hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron.
Remembrance services were also held at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, Glasgow Cathedral, St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, and St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast as nations and communities joined together to honour those who lost their lives in conflict.
And a final service was held with the Queen and members of the Royal Family at Westminster Abbey.
It ended with more than 1,000 beacons being lit across the UK, symbolising the end of the darkness of war and a return to the lightness of peace.
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