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Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Swimming pool at Cathedral Peak Hotel, Cathedral Peak Nature Reserve, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg

Swimming pool at Cathedral Peak Hotel, Cathedral Peak Nature Reserve, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Red pincushion protea (Leucospermum cordifolium), Cape flora, Cape Floral Kingdom, South Africa

Red pincushion protea (Leucospermum cordifolium), Cape flora, Cape Floral Kingdom, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Canoes on lake with Drakensberg mountains in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park

Canoes on lake with Drakensberg mountains in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: King Protea (Protea cynaroides), national flower of South Africa, Cape Floristic Region

King Protea (Protea cynaroides), national flower of South Africa, Cape Floristic Region, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood)

Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood)
8617890 Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood) by Anonymous; National Museum, Krakow, Poland; Photo © Fine Art Images

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: View of South African Trees and Scrubs in the Misty Foggy Morning at Kruger National Park

View of South African Trees and Scrubs in the Misty Foggy Morning at Kruger National Park, South Africa
Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19, 485 square kilometres in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: C13644

C13644
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Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: A mad woman. Detail of Philippe Pinel delivers the insane at La Salpetriere, 1876 (Painting)

A mad woman. Detail of Philippe Pinel delivers the insane at La Salpetriere, 1876 (Painting)
7422862 A mad woman. Detail of Philippe Pinel delivers the insane at La Salpetriere, 1876 (Painting) by Robert-Fleury, Tony (1837-1912); (add.info.: Medicine. Psychology. A mad woman)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Grandes et inestimables chroniques du grand et enorme geant Gargantua anonymous work who inspired

Grandes et inestimables chroniques du grand et enorme geant Gargantua anonymous work who inspired Francois Rabelais for
1734780 Grandes et inestimables chroniques du grand et enorme geant Gargantua anonymous work who inspired Francois Rabelais for "Pantagruel" in 1532, engraving by Albert Robida by Robida

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Panoramic view of the 1867 Universal Exhibition in Paris, 1867 (oil on canvas)

Panoramic view of the 1867 Universal Exhibition in Paris, 1867 (oil on canvas)
JLJ4578331 Panoramic view of the 1867 Universal Exhibition in Paris, 1867 (oil on canvas) by Anonymous; 49x290 cm; Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: View of the city of Seville (Spain), 16th century (oil on canvas)

View of the city of Seville (Spain), 16th century (oil on canvas)
JLJ4650334 View of the city of Seville (Spain), 16th century (oil on canvas) by Sanchez Coello, Alonso (c.1531-88); Museo de America, Madrid

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Village huts with Cathedral Peak in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal

Village huts with Cathedral Peak in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Garden chairs outside at Inkosana Lodge, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal

Garden chairs outside at Inkosana Lodge, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Village hut with Cathedral Peak in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal

Village hut with Cathedral Peak in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Tea at Cathedral Peak Hotel, Cathedral Peak Nature Reserve, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park

Tea at Cathedral Peak Hotel, Cathedral Peak Nature Reserve, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Lake with Champagne Castle in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal

Lake with Champagne Castle in background, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: View of Champagne Castle in Monks Cowl Nature Reserve, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park

View of Champagne Castle in Monks Cowl Nature Reserve, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Interior of Westminster Abbey (b/w photo) (see also 294192)

Interior of Westminster Abbey (b/w photo) (see also 294192)
CLF294192 Interior of Westminster Abbey (b/w photo) (see also 294192) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: main part of present building begun by King Henry III in 1245;)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Medieval Knight, Morning Star being readied for Battle. Coloured illustration from the story of

Medieval Knight, Morning Star being readied for Battle. Coloured illustration from the story of Gareth
2915234 Medieval Knight, Morning Star being readied for Battle. Coloured illustration from the story of Gareth and Lynette from the book The Gateway to Tennyson published 1910

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Jesus raising Lazarus from his tomb, 1865-66 (engraving)

Jesus raising Lazarus from his tomb, 1865-66 (engraving)
536428 Jesus raising Lazarus from his tomb, 1865-66 (engraving) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); (add.info.: John 2:43 From Gustave Dore illustrated Bible 1865-1866)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: The Window (oil on canvas)

The Window (oil on canvas)
AFR97105 The Window (oil on canvas) by Clausen, George (1852-1944); South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa; (add.info.: by George Clausen)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: The Excommunication of Emperor Frederic II of Hohenstaufen (1194-1250)

The Excommunication of Emperor Frederic II of Hohenstaufen (1194-1250) in 1245 (Excommunication of Frederick II)
ELD4955105 The Excommunication of Emperor Frederic II of Hohenstaufen (1194-1250) in 1245 (Excommunication of Frederick II)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Rock waterfall on Reunion Island, 1812 (watercolour)

Rock waterfall on Reunion Island, 1812 (watercolour)
1800638 Rock waterfall on Reunion Island, 1812 (watercolour) by Patu de Rosemont, Jean-Joseph (1766-1818); (add.info.: Patu de Rosemont, colon francais, 1812. Coll. Part.); Photo © CCI

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Zambia, Africa

Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Zambia, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Aerial view of an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) walking in the Okavango Delta

Aerial view of an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) walking in the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Aerial view of the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Aerial view of the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Aerial view of a giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) walking in the Okavango Delta

Aerial view of a giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) walking in the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Aerial view of a plains zebra (Equus quagga) walking in the Okavango Delta

Aerial view of a plains zebra (Equus quagga) walking in the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Hundred Years War: Philippe VI of Valois asks for asylum at the Chateau de Broye (1346)

Hundred Years War: Philippe VI of Valois asks for asylum at the Chateau de Broye (1346), 1896 (illustration)
7304535 Hundred Years War: Philippe VI of Valois asks for asylum at the Chateau de Broye (1346), 1896 (illustration) by Job, pseudonym for Onfray de Breville

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Cape leadwort, Plumbago auriculata, 1849 (engraving)

Cape leadwort, Plumbago auriculata, 1849 (engraving)
7235317 Cape leadwort, Plumbago auriculata, 1849 (engraving) by Maubert, Louis Joseph Edouard (1806-1879); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cape leadwort, blue plumbago or Cape plumbago)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Star flower, Orbea variegata. 1849 (engraving)

Star flower, Orbea variegata. 1849 (engraving)
7235312 Star flower, Orbea variegata.1849 (engraving) by Maubert, Louis Joseph Edouard (1806-1879); Private Collection; (add.info.: Star flower, Orbea variegata. Western Cape, South Africa)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Amaryllis poppy color, with dark crimson flowers, flowering from a single foot

Amaryllis poppy color, with dark crimson flowers, flowering from a single foot
FLO4578160 Amaryllis poppy color, with dark crimson flowers, flowering from a single foot. Originally from Cape of Good Esperance (South Africa).Poppy colored amaryllis

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Elephants foot, Dioscorea elephantipes (Female cape bryony, Tamus elephantipes faemina)

Elephants foot, Dioscorea elephantipes (Female cape bryony, Tamus elephantipes faemina)
5323678 Elephants foot, Dioscorea elephantipes (Female cape bryony, Tamus elephantipes faemina) by Edwards, Sydenham Teast (c.1768-1819); (add.info.: Elephants foot)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Veltheimia has glaucus leaf, a beautiful lily (lily) from the Cape of Good Esperance (South Africa)

Veltheimia has glaucus leaf, a beautiful lily (lily) from the Cape of Good Esperance (South Africa)
FLO4578175 Veltheimia has glaucus leaf, a beautiful lily (lily) from the Cape of Good Esperance (South Africa). Glaucous leaved veltheimia, a beautiful lily from the Cape of Good Hope

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Geranium has sorrel leaf, with rose veined flowers, native to South Africa

Geranium has sorrel leaf, with rose veined flowers, native to South Africa
FLO4577998 Geranium has sorrel leaf, with rose veined flowers, native to South Africa. Sorrel cranes bill with pink veined flowers. A native of the Cape, South Africa. Pelargonium acetosum

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Dinner plate painted in famille rose enamels showing Table Mountain

Dinner plate painted in famille rose enamels showing Table Mountain
PFR210112 Dinner plate painted in famille rose enamels showing Table Mountain and four ships flying the Dutch flag off the Cape of Good Hope

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Skirt-Dance by Children at the Floral Fete in Aid of St Georges Home, Cape Town (engraving)

Skirt-Dance by Children at the Floral Fete in Aid of St Georges Home, Cape Town (engraving)
1047840 Skirt-Dance by Children at the Floral Fete in Aid of St Georges Home, Cape Town (engraving) by Barnes, Robert (1840-95); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Victoria Falls Making a 343-Foot Plunge, Rhodesia, South Africa, c1930s. Creator: Unknown

Victoria Falls Making a 343-Foot Plunge, Rhodesia, South Africa, c1930s. Creator: Unknown
Victoria Falls Making a 343-Foot Plunge, Rhodesia, South Africa, c1930s. Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Landscape photo of the farming area just outside the town of Magaliesburg, Gauteng Province

Landscape photo of the farming area just outside the town of Magaliesburg, Gauteng Province, South Africa
Magaliesburg is a popular weekend getaway for the city dwellers of Johannesburg, Pretoria and Rustenburg. This area, known as Golden Valley

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: View from top of Table Mountain looking towards the Cape Peninsula showing Cape floral Fynbos

View from top of Table Mountain looking towards the Cape Peninsula showing Cape floral Fynbos and Restios
A color photograph from the top of Table Mountain in Table Mountain National Park in Cape Town South Africa. The photograph shows the diverse cape floral fynbos including Restios (Cape Reeds)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Dramatic Sunset over Kogel Bay in the Western Cape Province of South Africa with the Kogelberg

Dramatic Sunset over Kogel Bay in the Western Cape Province of South Africa with the Kogelberg Mountain Range forming a
Kogel Bay also known as False Bay or Cool Bay is the very large bay forming the eastern boundary of the Cape Peninsula or the Cape of Good Hope

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: A thunderstorm at night with lightning on a remote road in the Cradle of Humankind, Magaliesburg

A thunderstorm at night with lightning on a remote road in the Cradle of Humankind, Magaliesburg, Gauteng Province
A landscape photograph of a lonesome road in the UNESCO Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site of South Africa late at night with a lightning thunderstorm in the distance

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Two people walking in the Deadvlei salt pan with a giant dune in the backdrop. Sossuvlei, Namibia

Two people walking in the Deadvlei salt pan with a giant dune in the backdrop. Sossuvlei, Namibia
People walk among the dead acacia trees of the Deadvlei salt pan, with a giant sand dune in the background. Sossusvlei, Namibia, Southern Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Panoramic view of the Amphitheatre range in the Drakensberg mountains

Panoramic view of the Amphitheatre range in the Drakensberg mountains, Drakensberg uKhahlamba National Park
Royal Natal national park was founded in 1916. It covers over 8, 000 hectares including the Drakensberg Mountains, the highest range of mountains in South Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Brereton Hall (b/w photo)

Brereton Hall (b/w photo)
CLF294302 Brereton Hall (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: built by Sir William Brereton (1550-1631) in 1586;); © Country Life

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: The nave looking east, Westminster Abbey, London (b/w photo) (see 294224)

The nave looking east, Westminster Abbey, London (b/w photo) (see 294224)
CLF294222 The nave looking east, Westminster Abbey, London (b/w photo) (see 294224) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info)

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Aerial view of giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis), wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus)

Aerial view of giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis), wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) and plains zebras (Equus quagga) grazing in the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Background imageCape Floral Region Protected Areas Collection: Aerial view of the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa

Aerial view of the Okavango Delta, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Botswana, Africa



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