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From London to Antartica, hundreds of thousands of women around the world marched in solidarity with Americans.

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From London to Antartica, hundreds of thousands of women around the world marched in solidarity with Americans.

People of all ages in 160 cities in 60 countries mobilised on Saturday to show their support for those attending the Women's March on Washington.

Across seven continents, protestors brandished homemade signs and posters emblazoned with calls for equality and anti-Trump slogans. 

The largest marches took place in London, Paris, Berlin and Sydney. 

LONDON 

More than 100,000 people took to the the streets of London and marched from the U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square to Trafalgar Square. 

UK protests have also been held in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol.

Londoners' signs touched on a wide range of issues, including women's rights, LGBTQ rights, domestic violence, sexual violence and reproductive rights.

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Hundreds of women wielded posters displaying the words: "Pussy grabs back." And many groups chanted those words as they marched. 

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Princess Leia also made an appearance at London's march. 

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Protestors' signs ranged from poignant messages about equality to artistic and witty displays of creativity. 

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"I can't believe I still have to protest this fucking shit!" read one sign. 

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SYDNEY

About 10,000 people took to the streets of Sydney for a sister march on Saturday. 

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Incredible creativity & positivity among the thousands of people on the #womensmarch in #Sydney today: let's make a better world together pic.twitter.com/Z4L0HVYPKQ

— Jess Scully (@jessaroo) January 21, 2017

Infants and children were among the protestors at Sydney's march. 

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PARIS

Several thousand Parisians gathered at the Place du Trocadero, near the Eiffel Tower, for a sister march. 

Paris is marching too #marchedesfemmes #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/oi2k1w3CnX

— Anne Pouzargues (@AnnePouzargues) January 21, 2017

Women's march in Paris ! #marchedesfemmes pic.twitter.com/HFI8yS9Gkb

— A.Bonhomme (@Bonniel2) January 21, 2017

#WomensMarch french @smrtgrls marching in Paris today because : pic.twitter.com/5NIjPGmN2R

— Lisa (@Lisa_Fav) January 21, 2017

BERLIN

A large crowd of women and men attended a protest in front of Brandenburger Tor in Berlin, Germany. 

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ELSEWHERE IN THE WORLD

Hundreds of smaller sister marches also took place across the globe, from Africa to Antartica. 

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Antarctica 

Pre-march photo! #womensMarchAntarctica ❤️🐧 pic.twitter.com/NaRyZaIvsM

— linda zunas (@lindazunas) January 21, 2017

Auckland, New Zealand

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Bangkok, Thailand

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Barcelona, Spain

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Macau, Macau

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Nairobi, Kenya

Sisters' March Nairobi. So amazing to see the community to come together #whyIMarch #sistermarch #Inauguration #nairobi #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/imvhAieJ6h

— Isaac Simonelli (@DiceTravels) January 21, 2017


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