The cessation of hostilities in Syria that came into effect at sunset on Monday appears to be holding, reports suggest, the BBC reports.
The deal, brokered by Russia and the US has been described by the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, as possibly the “last chance to save a united Syria”.
Residents in the embattled northern city of Aleppo say there is calm there.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said it was “quiet” on nearly all fronts.
However, other reports spoke of sporadic attacks carried out by both government forces and rebels after the ceasefire had come into effect.
The Observatory said they included aerial bombardment of some villages in Hama province, and shelling near Damascus.
The Syrian army has said the truce will be applied throughout Syria for seven days, but that it reserves the right to respond decisively to any violation by armed groups.
A number of rebel factions have given a guarded welcome to the deal but expressed reservations about its implementation.