A reburial ceremony is held in St Isaac's Cathedral in St Petersburg for empress Maria Fyodorovna, the mother of Russia's last tsar.
The empress died in Denmark in 1928 after being exiled following the Russian Revolution and was being reburied according to her wishes.
After the ceremony the coffin was carried to the Peter and Paul Fortress, the resting place of Russian tsars.
Members of the Romanov family and from several European royal families attended.
Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II led the proceedings and said of Maria Fyodorovna: "Her soul ached for Russia".
Her final resting place was beside the graves of her husband and son.