Tens of thousands of people from Spain's Basque Country joined hands to form a human chain running some 202 kilometres (125 miles) on Sunday to call for the right to hold a regional independence vote.
The Basque flag flies among those gathered at La Concha beach to demonstrate for independence as part of a 200-kilometre human chain.
The chain extended 201.9km from San Sebastian (also known as Donostia) to Victoria-Garteiz - the capital of the Basque autonomous community.
The chain was organized by the Basque group Gure Esku Dago (In Our Own Hands), and stretched from the seaside resort of San Sebastián west to the city of Bilbao and then south to Vitoria, the home of the Basque parliament.
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"We have proved that we want to decide the political future of this country", said Gure Esku Dago spokesman Angel Oiarbide as he addressed supporters in Vitoria on self-determination for the Basque region.
Organizers say 175,000 people participated, including Basque and Catalan pro-secession politicians and activists. "Gure Esku Dago! #BasquesDecide", Gure Esku Dago wrote in a Facebook post.
Article 2 of the Spanish Constitution refers to the "indissoluble unity of the Spanish Nation", and an attempt to hold an independence vote in Catalonia a year ago was met with a harsh crackdown with the central government taking over the running of the region's affairs.
The demonstration took place just over a month since Basque militant group ETA announced its dissolution.