The annual garden of remembrance was opened earlier today with a moving ceremony inside the walls of Cardiff Castle.
First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, was one of the many to pay respects to the members of the armed services that have died fighting for their country.
Both current and ex servicemen and servicewomen were in attendance to pay their respects, with some joining Mr. Drakeford on stage to give speeches and lay wreaths for their fallen colleagues.
Many of the public in attendance laid their own tributes next to those of the armed services. With crosses being placed in the garden with the names of their fallen loved ones.
The garden will remain open in the castle to the general public until the 17th of November.
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