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Sunday, 16 September, 2001, 13:03 GMT 14:03 UK
In pictures: Last Night of the Proms
The Last Night of the Proms - usually a celebratory and patriotic event - took on a sombre tone as concert-goers remembered those who died in the US attacks.

The Union flag was joined by the stars and stripes both inside the Royal Albert Hall, London, and at open-air events across the country.

Some 6,000 people were inside the Royal Albert Hall
Some 6,000 people were inside the Royal Albert Hall

Leonard Slatkin was the first American to conduct a Last Night
Leonard Slatkin was the first American to conduct a Last Night

The event was relayed to crowds in Hyde Park
The event was relayed to crowds in Hyde Park

A minute's silence was observed
A minute's silence was observed

The concert was also relayed to Gateshead, Cornwall and Liverpool
The concert was also relayed to Gateshead, Cornwall and Liverpool

It was broadcast on 300 American radio stations
It was broadcast on 300 American radio stations

The British and American national anthems were played
The British and American national anthems were played
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