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Organised by the ‘Pulse of Europe’ group, which was founded by Frankfurt lawyer Daniel Röder and his wife Sabine, pro-EU marches were held in at least 35 cities, along with five in France as well as Amsterdam and Brussels.
The protests aimed at attracting more than 15,000 people.
However, the turnout appeared less than half.
About 3,500 people turned out in Frankfurt this weekend, dressed in yellow and blue - a slight improvement on the previous week which saw only 2,500.
The weekend before saw a similar demonstration held in Bath - the only UK city involved in the protests so far. That event drew a mere 250 people.
The less than impressive turn out in the UK was downplayed as something of a “dress rehearsal” ahead of the Unite for Europe march later this month.