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In a powerful display of unity, three thousand people of different and no faiths celebrated the breaking of the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Thousands of people flocked to St Marks Road in Easton on Thursday night to celebrate the breaking of the fast during Ramadan. In an incredible feat of community organising, volunteers distributed thousands of food parcels, dates, fruit and drinks to people who lined the street.

Messages of unity and diversity resounded throughout the night from the many speakers and attendees.

Here is a selection of photos by photographer Norberto Fernandez Soriano:


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