Thousands gaze in awe as colossal 30ft puppets stomp the streets.

Thousands of people have lined the streets of Liverpool this weekend to marvel at huge puppets walking through the city. By the end of the tour on Sunday the three giants, Giant-Man, Little Boy Giant and Xolo The Dog, will have travelled 20.6 miles across Liverpool and Wirral. The impressive street performance is the work of daring and ingenious magicians from French theatre company, Royal de Luxe, and was made to celebrate it being 10 years since Liverpool was the European Capital of Culture. This year is the group's third and final visit to Liverpool after they performed in 2012 for the centenary of the Titanic and in 2014 to mark 100 years since the outbreak of World War One. On Saturday crowds were stunned to see a huge 30ft tall marionette, called Giant-Man, jump over a washing line on Castle Street before continuing on his way around the city centre. Each day the puppets and their masters will take a small break of roughly two hours to recuperate and prepare for the next stretch of the adventurous journey. This year's performance is titled Liverpool's Dream and is due to end at Canning Dock by 4pm on Sunday after a Giants parade of all three marvellous puppets. 
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