Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro's ashes have been interred, capping nine days of official mourning.
A private ceremony was held on December 4 at the Santa Ifigenia Cemetery in the city of Santiago.
Castro's cremated remains were due to be placed a few steps from the mausoleum of independence hero Jose Marti.
Castro died on Novembre 25 aged 90.
He had been out of power for a decade but never far from the center of public life, writing a periodic column on world and local matters and receiving foreign dignitaries at his home on the outskirts of Havana.
On December 3, his brother and successor, President Raul Castro, led a massive, final rally in his brother's honor at Santiago's Revolution Plaza, leading the crowd in a pledge to uphold socialist ideals.