A ceremony to mark the anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising has taken place outside the GPO in Dublin city centre.
The event on O'Connell Street was led by the President Michael D Higgins, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the Minister with Responsibility for Defence, Paul Kehoe.
Defence Forces personnel also took part in the ceremony.
— Óglaigh na hÉireann (@defenceforces) April 21, 2019
A brass band, a pipe band and representatives of the Army, the Air Corps and the Naval Service were also in attendance.
At noon, the Tricolour on top of the GPO was lowered and the 1916 Proclamation was read by Captain Paul Conlon from the Defence Forces.
President Higgins then laid a wreath, to commemorate those who died and a minute's silence was observed.
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar arriving at the GPO to attend the 1916 Commemoration Ceremony with the @PresidentIrl Michael D. Higgins & Sabina Higgins, the Lord Mayor of Dublin & MoS Paul Kehoe in Dublin this morning. pic.twitter.com/SZisCb3p7C
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Members of the public also attended the ceremony, with public viewing areas having been set up outside the GPO.
Large video screens were erected on either side of the GPO.
The event concluded with a fly past by the Air Corps.
Meanwhile, Culture Minister Josepha Madigan led the annual Easter Rising commemoration at Glasnevin Cemetery.
The ceremony also remembered creator of the Tricolour, Edward Hollywood, and 'Amhrán na bhFiann' composer Peadar Kearney.
Honoured to lead the annual Easter Rising Commemoration this morning at Glasnevin Cemetery, paying tribute to those who died for Irish freedom 103 years ago..🇮🇪
The ceremony also remembers creator of the tricolour, Edward Hollywood & National Anthem composer, Peadar Kearney. pic.twitter.com/z59pyImtyw
— ⚖️Josepha Madigan (@josephamadigan) April 21, 2019
The Chargé d'Affaires at the British embassy in Dublin, Catherine Page, also laid a wreath to remember all the victims of the Easter Rising.
— British Embassy (@BritEmbDublin) April 21, 2019