Thousands of mourners and Russian dignitaries have paid their respects, filing past the white-lined coffin of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov as he lay in state.
People gathered in the streets outside the Sakharov Centre museum in Moscow to watch as the coffin was ceremoniously carried to a hearse, before throwing carnations onto the hood as it passed by.
He was then taken for burial at a cemetery on the western edge of the city. A Russian Orthodox priest chanted and said blessings as a smaller party, including family and around 100 guests, looked on.
Skepticism surrounds the suspects arrested in the Kremlin-led investigation into the death of Russian politician Boris Nemstov.
The mother of murdered Boris Nemstov's girlfriend is worried her daughter is being treated as if she had something to do with the killing.
The death of Boris Nemtsov hits particularly hard because he represented what post-Communist Russia might have become.