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Images Dated 20th June 2007

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Palace of Westminster 21759_08 Featured 20 Jun 2007 Image

Palace of Westminster 21759_08

PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view. Although a Royal Palace has stood on this site since about 1040 AD, most of the present Palace of Westminster, to give the Houses of Parliament its official name, was built 1839-1854. Westminster Bridge was the second masonry bridge over the Thames in London. It was originally built in 1750, and damaging the structure carried the death sentence. The present bridge was built in 1854-62

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Six F-15 Eagles refuel from a KC-10 Extender Featured 20 Jun 2007 Image

Six F-15 Eagles refuel from a KC-10 Extender

Six F-15 Eagles from the Massachusetts Air National Guard refuel from a KC-10 Extender high over New England during a training mission

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Trafalgar Square 21760_02 Featured 20 Jun 2007 Image

Trafalgar Square 21760_02

TRAFALGAR SQUARE, Westminster, London. Aerial view. The Battle of Trafalgar took place in 1805 and destroyed Napoleon's hopes of invading Britain. The square was planned in the 1820s but was not named after the battle until 1830. The fountains were fed by an artesian well until the late 19th century, but are now fed from the mains and powered by electricity. The square has seen many political rallies, as well as being the scene of boisterous celebrations and outpourings of national pride on New Years Eve and major football matches

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