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Tuesday, 3 July, 2001, 19:08 GMT 20:08 UK
Morrison fans' tribute: In pictures
Hundreds of fans of the Doors frontman Jim Morrison - including the band's keyboardist Ray Manzarek - have filled the cemetery where he was buried 30 years ago.

The charismatic singer continues to fascinate and draw people from around the globe to his Paris grave.

Bodyguards prevent a fan from approaching former Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek
Bodyguards prevent a fan from approaching former Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek

An unidentified German tourist pays hommage to the Doors lead singer Jim Morrison
An unidentified German tourist pays hommage to the Doors lead singer

Manzarek [centre] prays at the grave
Manzarek [centre] prays at the grave

An ardent fan sports tattoos of Morrison on her body
An ardent fan sports tattoos of Morrison on her body

The grave has drawn thousands of fans over the years
The grave has drawn thousands of visitors over the years

The Doors
The Doors enjoyed mass popularity at the height of their fame

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