Remembrance Day: In picturesPublished11 November 2018SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, PAImage caption, A beacon lights up the sky at Barrington Court in Somerset - one of more than 1,000 lit across the UKImage source, PAImage caption, David Danks, of the City of Leeds pipe band, plays as a flame burns at Conisbrough Castle in South YorkshireImage source, PAImage caption, St Mary's Lighthouse, Whitley Bay, glows red in honour of the centenaryImage source, Getty ImagesImage caption, The Queen and senior royals attended Westminster Abbey on Sunday evening where flowers were laid on the grave of the Unknown WarriorImage source, Getty ImagesImage caption, Princes William and Harry and the duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge at the Westminster Abbey serviceImage source, ReutersImage caption, St Albans Cathedral is bathed in red lightImage source, PAImage caption, The names of people who died in World War One are projected onto the Scottish Parliament in EdinburghImage source, EPAImage caption, Belgium's King Philippe and Queen Mathilde during the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate in YpresImage source, PAImage caption, In Whitehall in London veterans attend the remembrance service at the Cenotaph.Image source, AFPImage caption, The Prince of Wales led the nation's tributes to all those who have lost their lives in conflict on the centenary of the Armistice.Image source, ReutersImage caption, British Prime Minister Theresa May, along with other political leaders and former prime ministers, stand during the two-minute silence on WhitehallImage source, PAImage caption, The Queen overlooks the ceremony from a balcony alongside the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge.Image source, PAImage caption, A police officer bows his head during the remembrance service.Image source, ReutersImage caption, Following the laying of the wreaths hundreds of veterans take part in the annual parade.Image source, Getty ImagesImage caption, Armistice Day falls each year on 11 November to mark the day in 1918 when the fighting in World War One was stopped.Image source, PAImage caption, A guardsman during the remembrance service at the Cenotaph memorial.Image source, AFPImage caption, Chelsea pensioners in their red uniforms.Image source, ReutersImage caption, The women of The First Aid Nursing Yeomanry take part. The unit was founded in 1907.Image source, ReutersImage caption, Princess Anne salutes military veterans as they march past on Horse Guards Parade.Image caption, Ten thousand people took part in the People's Procession which began at the Mall and ended at St James's Park.Image source, SWNSImage caption, On 32 beaches around Great Britain the faces of those who served during World War One are being created in the sand. A picture of the British army's first black officer Walter Tull is seen on Ayr Beach. He enlisted in the Army in 1914, rose to become a 2nd Lieutenant and died in the Second Battle of the Somme at the age of 29.Image source, PAImage caption, Piper Louise Marshall, wearing a special commemorative red tartan, plays Battle's O'er, the traditional Scottish lament played at the end of battle, at dawn alongside the Forth Bridge in ScotlandImage source, PAImage caption, Poppies fill the Centenary Field of Thanks at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire.Image source, PAImage caption, Veterans take part in a remembrance parade and service in Fort William, Scotland.Image source, Getty ImagesImage caption, A member of the public queues to attend the memorial service in London.Image source, ReutersImage caption, In the grounds of St Mary's Church in Isleworth wooden crosses are arranged to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War.Image source, PAImage caption, The union flag is seen at half mast at the Enniskillen Cenotaph in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.Image source, EPAImage caption, Elsewhere around the world commemorations are taking place to mark what was meant to be the war to end all wars. Here a man looks on during commemorations at the WA State War Memorial in King's Park, Perth, Australia,Image source, ReutersImage caption, Red poppies are projected on to the sails of the Sydney Opera House in Australia.Image source, EPAImage caption, French President Emmanuel Macron leads the commemoration at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.Image source, ReutersImage caption, Mr Macron was playing host to 70 world leaders, including US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.Image source, ReutersImage caption, Russian President Vladimir Putin is also in attendance.Image source, ReutersImage caption, The empty chairs with the names of the world leaders are seen before a commemoration ceremony for Armistice Day in France where much of the conflict took place.Image source, ReutersImage caption, French President Emmanuel Macron, his wife Brigitte Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel walk ahead of guests as they leave the Elysee Palace.Image source, EPAImage caption, A dove is released at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Congres Column, in Brussels, Belgium.Image source, EPAImage caption, Veterans make their way from the cenotaph in Hong Kong having laid their wreaths.Image source, ReutersImage caption, British Royal Marine commando veterans parade past he cenotaph in Floriana, Malta.Image source, AFPImage caption, Members of military history clubs wear WW1 French military uniform during a ceremony at the Brotherly cemetery of WW1 heroes in Tsarskoye Selo outside Saint Petersburg.All photographs are copyrighted.