Irish dancers have set a world record for the largest performance of the Riverdance spectacle.
A troupe of more than 1,600 people from 163 dance schools in 44 countries gathered in a snaking line along the banks of the River Liffey for the attempt.
The previous record of 652 people dancing in a continuous line was held by Nashville, Tennessee in the United States.
Dancers from as far away as Mexico, Uzbekistan and Japan taking part in the Dublin performance were led by New Yorker Jean Butler, the lead dancer in the first ever show of Riverdance in 1994.
The record attempt was organised as part of The Gathering, a year-long tourism drive to entice people around the world with Irish links to visit the country.
"I am delighted to have had the opportunity to celebrate The Gathering through Irish dance with thousands of people over the course of this weekend," Ms Butler said.
"Riverdance has played a big role in my life but it has also played a big part in bringing the joy of Irish dance and music to many people throughout the world."
The exact number of dancers who lined the Liffey around the Samuel Beckett Bridge will be verified by Guinness World Records.