Fighting continues for several days leaving Dublin city centre in ruins. On 29 April 1916 rebel leader Pádraig Pearse surrenders to British commander General Lowe.
The British will execute 15 of the rebel leaders after their surrender. 485 people died in the fighting. More than 3,000 people would be arrested after the rebellion and over 1,400 imprisoned.
This concludes our coverage of events as they unfolded in Dublin 100 years ago.