The anniversary of the 1916 Rising is being marked in Dublin.
A ceremony will take place outside the GPO on O'Connell Street at 12 noon.
Dublin Bus has warned there will be temporary diversions in the city centre until around 3pm.
The following diversions will be in place:
Luas services will also be impacted, with no Green Line trams running from St Stephen's Green to Dominick until after 4pm.
Red Line services may also be affected during the event, with normal service set to resume after 4:15pm.
Today, Easter Sunday, 9th Apr:
🟩No Green Line trams running St. Stephen's Green – Dominick until approx. 16:15 due to event at GPO
🟥Red Line services may be affected during the event
🟩Normal service to resume after 16:15
See https://t.co/aU9uaLXpnq for info. pic.twitter.com/5yMaAIEk2S
— Luas (@Luas) April 9, 2023
The events will be led by the President Michael D Higgins, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the Tánaiste Micheál Martin.
Defence Forces personnel - including a brass and pipe band - and representatives of the Army, the Air Corps and the Naval Service will take part.
This will conclude with an Air Corps fly past with weather permitting.
At noon the Tricolour on top of the GPO will be lowered, and the 1916 Proclamation will be read by an officer from the Defence Forces.
President Higgins will then lay a wreath to commemorate those who died in 1916.
A minute's silence will also be observed.
Members of the public are invited to attend, and should be in position in the public viewing areas outside the GPO by 11.30am.
Viewing areas are located at the Clery's side of O'Connell Street and at the south end of the GPO.
An area has also been reserved for wheelchair users.
Large video screens will also be put up on either side of the GPO to display the ceremony to the public.