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In pictures: Notting Hill Carnival 2014
The carnival has attracted around one million people in the past years.

In pictures: Notting Hill Carnival 2014

AEST 00:00, Fri Aug 22 2014
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Hundreds of thousands of revellers have descended upon London's Notting Hill for one of the world's biggest and brightest street events, the Notting Hill Carnival.

Colourful floats, sound systems, steel drums and Caribbean food stalls bring the streets of the now-affulent Notting Hill to life, as it has done since 1966.

Hundreds of youngsters took part in Sunday's children's day which traditionally starts the two-day event.

(Images: Getty)





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