Londonderry Lumiere light show attracts thousands

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image captionThe Edwardian department store building, Austins, is wrapped in an audio-visual projection called Voyage. Austins is a world famous department store.
image captionChildren from eight schools helped create the art projected on to the clock tower at Ebrington Square, a former Army barracks.
image captionThe signatures and ages of 120 children projected as part of the 'twice upon a time' piece by Portuguese artists Ocubo
image captionNeon puppies have been a major attraction at Lumiere for children and adults
image captionSeventeen illuminated human sculptures known as the 'travellers' have been placed around the Peace Bridge
image caption'Guiding lights' at St Cecilia's College
image captionCones along the Foyle
image captionThousands used the Peace Bridge as part of the Lumiere tour
image captionA village of shops and restaurants has been transformed into a forest of illuminated oak tree
image captionThe fire garden at St Columb's Park in the Waterside
image caption'A stitch in time' reflects the history of the shirt making industry in Derry

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