Remembrance Sunday commemorations will take place across the world and in Ireland today.
The Taoiseach will travel to Enniskillen to take part in ceremonies remembering those who died.
While the President will attend the annual Remembrance service at St Patrick’s Cathedral.
It’s 99 years since the guns on the Western Front fell silent, marking the end of World War One.
Leo Varadkar will lay a wreath at the Cenotaph in the town before attending a Remembrance Service in Saint Macartin’s Cathedral.
Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys will lay a wreath at the Cenotaph in Belfast.
In Dublin, President Michael D Higgins will attend the annual Service of Remembrance in St Patrick’s Cathedral.
Services are also being held this weekend across Britain, France, Serbia, Belgium and Canada.
In London, Big Ben – which has been silent since August for repairs – chimed to commemorate those who died in World War One nearly a century ago.
In Australia, Sydney’s iconic opera house was lit up with red poppies.