Thousands of people took to streets of the Chilean capital, Santiago, both to mourn and to celebrate the death of Chile's former military ruler, Gen Augusto Pinochet.
Gen Pinochet has long been a divisive figure in Chile, reviled by the left for ousting the government of Salvador Allende and for human rights abuses.
The atmosphere among opponents of the general was mostly jubilant, but there were some clashes with police, who used tear gas and water cannon.
Others, though, have continued to support their former ruler, who they feel saved the country from socialism.
Gen Pinochet's daughter, Lucia Pinochet Hiriart, rushed to hospital when news of his death emerged.
Outside the military hospital where Gen Pinochet died, police stood guard to keep order as the crowds massed.
Crowds of supporters, both young and old, massed by the hospital when it became clear that he had died aged of 91.
But it was his opponents who became the most vocal, taking to Santiago's streets and heading towards the presidential palace in jubilation.