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Images Dated 10th April 2014

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Ceramic board displaying the White Town of Ronda high ab Featured 10 Apr 2014 Image

Ceramic board displaying the White Town of Ronda high ab

Ceramic board displaying the White Town of Ronda high above the river gorge El Tajo the river itself is called Guadalevin Ronda, Malaga province, Andalusia, Spain

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HMS Royal Sovereign Featured 10 Apr 2014 Image

HMS Royal Sovereign

Vintage engraving of HMS Royal Sovereign, a Royal Sovereign-class battleship of the Royal Navy, the lead ship of the class, and the largest warship in the world at the time of her construction. The London Illustrated News, 1891

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19th Century Styl, 483955999, Battleship, Retro Styled, Royal Navy, Ship Funnel

Bossington OP01574 Featured 10 Apr 2014 Image

Bossington OP01574

Bossington, Somerset, 1890-??1910. Unknown photographer, probably Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte (1848-??1940), platinum print. Lyte'??s view of the village of Bossington in the decades before the First World War is full of interesting topographical details. The distant hill hints at the settlementa??s secluded valley setting; the ancient gnarled tree and the stone and thatched cottages, one with a massive external chimney, suggest a place of great antiquity; the stone pavement and steps outside the cottage on the right warn of deep winter mud, not least in the unpaved road. The peaceful scene suggests a rural idyll, but few inhabitants probably shared that view

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