Armistice Day in pictures: Wales remembers World One War

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Hundreds gathered alongside servicemen and women to pay their Armistice Day respects at the Welsh National War Memorial at Cathays Park, Cardiff.
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First Minister Carwyn Jones, who laid a wreath at the national war memorial, said Remembrance Sunday remains "as relevant and poignant as ever".
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Events started at 06:00 GMT with pipers playing the Scottish lament "Battle's O'er" around Britain, including Cowbridge.
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Crowds paid their respects at Llandudno on Sunday as people around Wales took part in Armistice Day services.
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A service was also held at the cenotaph at Swansea.
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A portrait of poet and war hero Hedd Wyn was created in the sand at Colwyn Bay, Conwy, as part of a wider project to remember people who left UK shores for war.
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Other WW1 figures were created on the sands at Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire, and this one overlooking Swansea Bay.
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Crowds in Llandrindod Wells, Powys.
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A parade was held between Hope and Caergrwle, near Wrexham, before a service was held.
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A weeping wall of poppies was created at Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan.
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Prince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex attended a national service at Llandaff Cathedral.
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Colonel Jed Murphy of the 3rd Battalion Royal Welch attended the service with wife Sarah and sons Joseph, 11 and Peter, eight.