These awesome aerial photos show the incredible scale of Leicester's title party

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It was a Premier League title parade like any other Premier League title parade, except for one thing: this one was in Leicester.

And everywhere you looked on the city's streets there were blue shirts as the people came out to toast Claudio Ranieri's team.

The Leicester title parade
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An aerial view of the Leicester City open top bus parade
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The bus carried Jamie Vardy, Danny Drinkwater and their Foxes team-mates through the centre of the city towards Victoria Park, where huge crowds gathered to see the title heroes.

Leicester celebrate during the open top bus parade
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The Leicester team bus drives through the centre of the city
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Crowds in the park were entertained as they waited.

A choir sings in Victoria Park, Leicester
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Leicester cheerleaders perform on stage at Victoria Park
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Local businesses showed their support.

A poster in a pub window about Jamie Vardy
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A general view of the The Cookie Kitchen
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Eventually - and very late, as police battled to push crowds back so the bus could find a way through - the players arrived at the park, where the day's big celebration was planned.

And when they got there, an absolute sea of Leicester fans awaited them.

Leicester fans wave flags in support of their team
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An aerial view of a sea of fans during the Leicester City open top bus parade
(Joe Giddens/PA)

Incredible. There may never be another day like it.