Armistice Day has been marked across Wales with parades, wreath-laying ceremonies and remembrance services.
A two-minute silence is held every year at 11:00 GMT on 11 November to mark the end of World War One.
Armistice events have been held in Bridgend, Carmarthen, Gwynedd, Powys and Wrexham, among others.
Remembrance Sunday events will include a national service at the Welsh National War Memorial in Cardiff.
An air raid siren marked the start of the Armistice Day silence in Wrexham city centre while an event in Newtown, Powys, was live-streamed online.
The Blind Veterans UK charity held an act of remembrance at its wellbeing centre in Llandudno, Conwy county.
Major Eirian Davies from the Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps said it was a "time for a reflection".
She said it was important to honour the memories of people who had made the "ultimate sacrifice" and their families, as well as those living with the consequences of serving in the armed forces.
At the same event in Llandudno, Sgt Kevin Pritchard of The Royal Logistic Corps said Saturday was a day to remember those who died in service, their families and communities affected by war in the past and today.
"It's very important to remember," he said.
Veteran Tom Jones, 90, who served as a corporal in the RAF, said: "It's good to remember our friends and that people that we knew in the past and, sadly, some of them lost their lives in the war."
Events in Swansea were held in the city centre and at its cenotaph which overlooks the bay.
Swansea lord mayor Graham Thomas said: "Two minutes of quiet contemplation is a symbol of our gratitude to those who went into harm's way protecting our freedom, and those who still do."
In Caerphilly county, there were a number of parades, services and wreath-laying ceremonies including a march from Rudry's Old Griffin Inn to St James Church.
County Hall in Carmarthen is among Wales' public buildings being lit up in poppy red to mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday, along with Swansea's Guildhall.
In Powys, Newtown Town Council live streamed its Armistice Day memorial service at the town's war memorial.
In Denbighshire, services were held at Denbigh War Memorial and Rhyl's Christ Church.
Events were also held in Conwy where council chairman Ifor Glyn Lloyd said he hoped "others in the community, whether they are at work or at home, will join us in observing two minutes silence to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives in conflict".
In Gwynedd, a small service took place at Bangor's war memorial ahead of a big parade on Remembrance Sunday to the city's cathedral.
Among events in Bridgend county, a service was held at Aberkenfig Square.
A commemoration also took place at Chepstow's war memorial in Monmouthshire on Armistice Day.