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Images Dated 2nd November 2013

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The Wales team group that defeated Ireland in the 1984 Five Nations Featured 2 Nov 2013 Print

The Wales team group that defeated Ireland in the 1984 Five Nations

Rugby Union - 1984 Five Nations Championship - Ireland 9 Wales 18
The Wales team group before kick-off at Lansdowne Road on 04/02/1984.
Back: Dick Byres (Referee - ARU), John Bevan (Hon Coach - WRU), Stephen Staff Jones (rep), David Pickering, John Perkins, Eddie Butler, Robert Norster, Richard Moriarty, Ian Stephens, Gareth Roberts (rep), Gwyn Evans (rep), Billy James (rep).
Front: Elgan Rees (rep), Ray Giles (rep), Ian Eidman, Bleddyn Bowen, Howell Davies, Mark Douglas, Mike Watkins (captain), Malcolm Dacey, Mark Titley, Adrian Hadley, Robert Ackerman

© Colorsport

Murodo (Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine) Featured 2 Nov 2013 Print

Murodo (Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine)

The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a famous mountain sightseeing route between Tateyama, Toyama and Omachi, Nagano, Japan. The whole route opened on June 1, 1971

© 2013 Anan Charoenkal

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Brunello Montalcino vineyards and city in autumn at sunset Featured 2 Nov 2013 Print

Brunello Montalcino vineyards and city in autumn at sunset

The Val da??Orcia is a region of Tuscany, central Italy, which extends from the hills south of Siena to Monte Amiata. Its gentle, cultivated hills are occasionally broken by gullies and by picturesque towns and villages such as Pienza, San Quirico d'Orcia and Montalcino.
Its landscape has been depicted in works of art from Renaissance painting to modern photography.
In 2004 the Val da??Orcia was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites because it's an exceptional reflection of the way the landscape was re-written in Renaissance times to reflect the ideals of good governance and to create an aesthetically pleasing pictures

© Tommaso Renzi