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Halloween celebrations in Londonderry have come to a stunning conclusion on Tuesday night, after four days of festivities.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets for a carnival which included some hair-raising costumes to mark ‘fright night’.
And afterwards, colour lit up the sky over the city as spectacular fireworks were lit on the banks of the River Foyle.
Halloween celebrations in Londonderry are set to end with a spooktacular carnival and fireworks display, after four days of festivities.
The city has made a name for itself as one of the best places in world to enjoy Halloween.
Gareth Wilkinson reports from Derry.
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