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Images Dated 15th December 2010

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Calligraphy and zellige in the patio of the Medersa Ben Yousef, built in 1570 Featured 15 Dec 2010 Print

Calligraphy and zellige in the patio of the Medersa Ben Yousef, built in 1570

Calligraphy and zellige in the patio of the Medersa Ben Yousef, built in 1570, the biggest Koranic school in the Maghreb, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

© Godong

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51_35_14_FRA_51.JPG Featured 15 Dec 2010 Print

51_35_14_FRA_51.JPG

51_35_14_FRA_51.JPG
1951 French Grand Prix.
Reims-Gueux, France. 1 July 1951.
Juan Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo 159, number 4), Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo 159, number 2) and Alberto Ascari (Ferrari 375, number 12) on the front row. Luigi Villoresi (number 10), Consalvo Sanesi (6), Jose Froilan Gonzalez (14), Luigi Fagioli (8), Louis Chiron (42), Reg Parnell, Philippe Etancelin line up behind. Ref-51_35_14.
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Sixteen RAF and RN Harrier Aircraft Fly in Formation to Mark Retirement from Service Featured 15 Dec 2010 Print

Sixteen RAF and RN Harrier Aircraft Fly in Formation to Mark Retirement from Service

Sixteen GR9 Harrier aircraft are pictured flying in a diamond formation to marke the retirement of the famous aircraft after 41 years of service.
A formation of 16 Harriers took off from RAF Cottesmore and took to the skies of Lincolnshire.
Brought into service in 1969 and based at RAF Wittering, this British aircraft was designed to take off and land both vertically and on a short runway.
Well known for its role in the Falklands War, the Harrier went on to serve in many other conflicts including in Bosnia and Iraq in the 1990s.
The RAF and Royal Navy Harrier squadrons joined forces in 2000 to form Joint Force Harrier, based at RAF Cottesmore. These combined Harrier squadrons served in Sierra Leone, the second Gulf War and most recently Afghanistan

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