Austrian city protests against mass tourism
Locals in the Austrian town of Hallstatt have taken part in a protest against mass tourism.
Hallstatt, which is a World Heritage Site, has just over 700 residents - but receives up to 10,000 visitors a day during high season.
Residents demand limiting the number of daily tourists and banning tourist buses after 17:00 local time.
While tourism has been good for Hallstatt's economy, some locals say there are simply too many visitors.
Hallstatt, with its picturesque old houses on the shores of an alpine lake surrounded by rugged mountains, has become a tourist hotspot in recent years.