Christian believers around the world have been holding services to mark the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Here, Pakistani Christians are pictured at a service in Lahore.
In Jerusalem, pilgrims follow the Way of the Cross, retracing the journey taken by Christ to his crucifixion, which is believed to have taken place where the Church of the Holy Sepulchre now stands.
Filipino Catholics reenact the crucifixion during a passion play in a village in San Fernando, north of Manila. Around 85% of the the South-East Asian nation's 90m inhabitants are Catholic.
A Picao penitent whips himself during the Santa Vera Cruz brotherhood procession in San Vicente de la Sonsierra, Spain.
Further south in the Spanish city of Valencia, meanwhile, hooded penitents take part in the procession along the beach.
In London, the Good Friday procession travels through the streets between the Catholic Westminster Cathedral, the Methodist Central Hall and the Anglican Westminster Abbey.
Lay actors perform at a performance of the passion in Bensheim, western Germany.
Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois, Archbishop of Paris, carries a cross during the traditional Easter procession at the Montmartre basilica in the French capital.