Family members walk behind Peres' coffin at the start of his funeral procession on September 30.
The flag-draped coffin arrives at Mount Herzl, where several eulogies were given by politicians and family.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at Peres' funeral. He said that Peres had "lived a life of purpose. ... He was a great man of Israel, he was a great man of the world."
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin touches Peres' coffin. In his tribute, Rivlin said that Peres was "the man of whom we thought time could never stop."
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton spoke of his great friendship with Peres: "He started off life as Israel's brightest student, became its best teacher, and ended up its biggest dreamer."
Clinton touches Peres' coffin. Clinton spoke fondly of Peres, adding in his eulogy: "He knew exactly what he was doing in being overly optimistic. ... He never gave up on anybody, I mean anybody."
US President Barack Obama stands alongside Netanyahu as both men pay their respects.
Obama also gave a eulogy. He commented on Peres' desire for peace. "Out of the hardships of the diaspora, he found room in his heart for others who suffered," Obama said.
Obama touches Peres' coffin after speaking at the funeral.
Israeli soldiers hold wreaths before making their way to the graveside.
Prince Charles represents the British monarchy at the ceremony.
British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson attends the funeral. Former British Prime Ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron were also in attendance.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Jerusalem to offer his respects.
The funeral included world leaders and dignitaries from 70 countries.
Members of the Knesset Guard salute around the grave.
Mourners gather beside the grave.
A portrait of Peres is displayed at the Knesset plaza in Jerusalem, where his body laid in state on Thursday, September 29.