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The Hull Kraken brought the streets and key landmarks in Hull city centre with an infestation of tentacles and eggs, due the a sea monster escaping from the slumber of the Hull Maritime Museum.

Taking place between 6 - 26 August, the kraken trail was enjoyed by thousands of people.

Unleashed on the Hull Maritime Museum, Princes Quay, Trinity Market, the old M&S building on Whitefriargate and the Spurn Lightship, this was the largest city-wide tentacle installation delivered by the artistic company, Design in Air and the first time a Kraken took over a ship. A nest of eggs was also on display at Monument Bridge.