In the Italian city of Naples and the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, thousands of people took to the streets to remember the death of Diego Maradona.

The Argentinian football legend died on Wednesday at the age of 60 after cardiac arrest.

At the stadium of the Argentinian Boca Juniors, the club that Maradona served as a player twice, tears flowed.

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At Maradona's house, further up in Tigre, a suburb of Buenos Aires, a woman cannot control her emotions.

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They are also in mourning at Argentinos Juniors, the first professional club in Maradona.

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Also in Naples, Italy, where Maradona was idolized, a fan brings a final salute.

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At Stadio San Paolo, Napoli's stadium, thousands of people gathered to remember Maradona.

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Stadio San Paolo paid homage to Maradona by turning on the stadium lights.

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Napoli fans lit candles and left cards and flowers.

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In no time, the stadium of Napoli was littered with flowers and tangible memories.

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Fans cheered each other on to be able to deal with the loss.

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