A state funeral is being held for former Indonesian President Suharto, who died on Sunday at the age of 86.
Soldiers carried the flag-covered coffin of the former leader, who ruled for more than three decades, from his residence to a waiting convoy.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of the capital, Jakarta, to watch the funeral convoy pass by on its way to a military airport.
For many Indonesians, Suharto brought progress and modernity - he was known as the "father of development".
Tears were shed by some - but not all. About half a million people died in anti-communist campaigns of the 1960s - and Suharto's opponents say he should have faced trial.
After the procession through Jakarta, Suharto's coffin was flown to his hometown in the Javanese city of Solo.
As the plane carrying his body soared into the sky, mourners said their final farewells.
In Solo, crowds gathered at the airport to await the arrival of the coffin.
Suharto was laid to rest in the family mausoleum in Solo, next to his wife Tien, who died in 1996.
Regional leaders and family members, including sons Hutomo Mandala Putra (Tommy) (L) and Bambang Trihatmojo (R), were expected to attend the ceremony.