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Thousands of people braved the rain to watch a 50ft (15m) high mechanical spider come to life in Liverpool.
About 5,000 people watched La Princesse come out of "hibernation" outside the city's arena at King's Dock on Friday.
An estimated 20,000 more were in the city on Friday evening to see her crawl down The Strand before heading for a resting place at the Cunard building.
The £1.5m street theatre production, operated by French company La Machine, is a Capital of Culture event.
La Princesse was unveiled to the public on Wednesday morning, hanging from a redundant office block next to Lime Street railway station.
She was woken in a hail of fireworks and smoke at 1130 BST on Friday, before striding up and down in front of the arena in front of the cheering crowd.
Link to BBC