22 April 2012
Last updated at 16:35
Three giant marionettes have concluded a 23-mile journey around Liverpool in an artistic production to mark the centenary of the Titanic disaster.
An estimated 600,000 people watched the three-day event, named Sea Odyssey and staged by Royal de Luxe.
The giants, a little girl, her pet dog and uncle featured in the production.
The street theatre event started in Liverpool's Stanley Park on Friday and was directed by Nantes based artistic director Jean Luc Courcoult.
The 30ft (9m) girl and 50ft (15m) man had been travelling separately around the city since Friday before they met at King's Dock on Saturday evening.
They made their way to Canning Dock to leave Liverpool together by boat on Sunday.
The event was inspired by a letter written by a young girl to her father who worked as a steward on the Titanic, which was registered in Liverpool.
Sea Odyssey told the story of the girl, called Little Girl Giant, walking around Liverpool on a quest to learn news of her father from her uncle who has dived to the wreck of the ship.
Sea Odyssey was the final event to use European legacy funding from the Liverpool Capital of Culture year in 2008.
Liverpool's Titanic Girl, a programme about the true story of the girl whose letter inspired the production, will be broadcast on BBC One, Monday 30 April at 20:30 BST.