The Field of Remembrance has opened at Cardiff Castle.
The opening event took place in the heart of the city centre where people paid their respects to those who lost their lives during conflicts.
Remembering all those who fought for their country during World War One, World War Two, and other conflicts, the field is now open to the public, which will be a place where people can come to pay their respects.
The Field was organised by the Royal British Legion and it is not the first time the Remembrance Field has taken place at Cardiff Castle. First Minister, Mark Drakeford, was in attendance at the event, as hundreds gathered for the official opening.
Speaking at the event, John Williams, Head of Public Affairs at the Royal British Legion said: “These days are always really special.
“It means so much that the people can come out and support these kinds of events, and support our Armed Forces community.”