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Images Dated 18th September 2015

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Petit Minou Featured 18 Sep 2015 Print

Petit Minou

Phare du Petit Minou is a lighthouse in the roadstead of Brest, standing in front of the Fort du Petit Minou, in the commune of Plouzane. By aligning it with the phare du Portzic, it shows the safe route to follow for ships to enter the roadstead. It also has a red signal that indicates a dangerous sector around the plateau of les Fillettes (literally the girls), one of the submerged rocks in the goulet of Brest sailors remember this by using the mnemonic the Minou blushes when he covers les Fillettes

© fredconcha

Ancient tower tombs in Syrias Palmyra Featured 18 Sep 2015 Print

Ancient tower tombs in Syrias Palmyra

The view from the castle on the hill.These have also been blown up and destroyed by Islamic State. Before the Syrian conflict started in 2011, more than 150, 000 tourists visited the city of Palmyra every year

2015, 583347829, Adventure, Ancient, Architecture, Color Image, Day, Dusk, Horizontal, Isil Militant Group, Militant Groups, No People, Outdoors, Palmyra Syria, Photography, Sunny, Syria, Syrian Civil War, Tomb, Tower, Travel Destinations, Unesco World Heritage Site

HMS Royal Oak, WW2 Featured 18 Sep 2015 Print

HMS Royal Oak, WW2

HMS Royal Oak, British Revenge-class battleship completed in 1916, seen here at the beginning of the Second World War -- a commemorative plaque listing the battles fought in by this and two previous ships of the same name. On 14 October 1939 the ship was torpedoed by a German U-boat at Scapa Flow, resulting in 833 deaths. The wreck is now a designated war grave, and an annual ceremony is held to mark the loss. Date: circa 1939

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON