The Queen marked her second day in Ireland with a visit to the scene of the Croke Park massacre and delivered a landmark speech during a state dinner at Dublin Castle.

Below are some of the latest pictures from her visit.

Queen stands next to Prince Philip as he appears to look longingly at pint of Guinness at Guinness Storehouse, in Dublin.Reuters
The Queen lays a wreath at the Irish War Memorial Gardens at Islandbridge in Dublin. Nearly 50,000 Irish soldiers died fighting for Britain in the First World War.REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
Youths push a burning rubbish bin towards riot police during disturbances at the start of the Queen's visit to Ireland.REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
The Queen inspects a Guard of Honour at the residence of the Irish President in Dublin.REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
The Queen enters Croke Park stadium with Ireland's President Mary McAleese and Gaelic Athletic Association President Christy Cooney.POOL New / Reuters
Armed security guards guard the Irish War Memorial Gardens during a visit by the Queen and Ireland's President Mary McAleese.REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
A man taunts Irish police officers during a protest over the visit by the Queen in Dublin.REUTERS/David Moir
The Queen said that "we can all see things which we wish had been done differently or not at all" and offered "deep sympathy" in her banquet speech in Dublin Castle last night, but stopped short of an apology.POOL New / Reuters