Armistice Day in pictures: Wales remembers World One War

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image captionHundreds 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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image captionFirst Minister Carwyn Jones, who laid a wreath at the national war memorial, said Remembrance Sunday remains "as relevant and poignant as ever".
image captionEvents started at 06:00 GMT with pipers playing the Scottish lament "Battle's O'er" around Britain, including Cowbridge.
image captionCrowds paid their respects at Llandudno on Sunday as people around Wales took part in Armistice Day services.
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image captionA service was also held at the cenotaph at Swansea.
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image captionA 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.
image captionOther WW1 figures were created on the sands at Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire, and this one overlooking Swansea Bay.
image captionCrowds in Llandrindod Wells, Powys.
image captionA parade was held between Hope and Caergrwle, near Wrexham, before a service was held.
image captionA weeping wall of poppies was created at Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan.
image captionPrince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex attended a national service at Llandaff Cathedral.
image captionColonel Jed Murphy of the 3rd Battalion Royal Welch attended the service with wife Sarah and sons Joseph, 11 and Peter, eight.

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