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Images Dated 28th October 2016

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Poplar Trees at Boardman Tree Farm, Morrow County, Oregon, USA Featured 28 Oct 2016 Print

Poplar Trees at Boardman Tree Farm, Morrow County, Oregon, USA

Populus is a genus of 25-35 species of deciduous flowering plants in the family Salicaceae, native to most of the Northern Hemisphere. English names variously applied to different species include poplar, aspen, and cottonwood. Poplars of the cottonwood section are often wetlands or riparian trees. The aspens are among the most important boreal broadleaf trees

© Brent Bergherm / Danita Delimont

Colourful Interior Saint Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, United Kingdom Featured 28 Oct 2016 Print

Colourful Interior Saint Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

A view on a part of the interior of the Saint Giles Cathedral, located along the Royal Mile in the city centre of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. The cathedral was founded in the 12th century, part of the Church of Scotland. Part of the Unesco World Heritage Site. The view includes flags, a part of the ceiling of the church and stained glass windows

© Sebastiaan Kroes

Prince Sadruddin Khan and Nina Dyer on their wedding day Featured 28 Oct 2016 Print

Prince Sadruddin Khan and Nina Dyer on their wedding day

Prince Sadruddin and Nina Dyer on their wedding day. The younger son of the late Aga Khan, Prince Sadruddin Khan, married the model, Nina Dyer, in Switzerland. Nina Dyer was previously married to the industrialist, Baron Heinrich von Thyssen. Their marriage was dissolved in 1956 and on becoming engaged to Prince Sadruddin, she adoped the faith of Islam and changed her name to Shirin, which means Sweetness'. Date: 1957

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans