The home of a Chinese family who defied property developers in a high-profile campaign has finally been demolished.
The family of Wu Ping gave up defending their Chongqing house after reportedly reaching a deal with the authorities.
The "nail house" - so called because it refused to be hammered down - had been isolated in a huge construction pit after other households agreed to move.
The dispute became a cause celebre for ordinary Chinese people who have tried to fight property developers.
But the struggle came to an end on Tuesday, when a few dozen people looked on as the two-storey brick building was broken up by an earth mover.
A night watchman at the building site told AFP news agency: "The stubborn nail has been removed."
Mrs Wu, when told the house had bee