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Images Dated 16th April 2010

Choose from 169 pictures in our Images Dated 16th April 2010 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with EyeUbiquitous.

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ITALY, Tuscany, San Gimignano, View of the Palazzo Vecchio del Podesta of 1239 with its medieval tower with tourists in the Piazza del Duomo with rooftops and Tuscan farmland on the slopes of the hill town

© Paul Seheult / Eye Ubiquitous

Agriculture, Architecture, Buildings, City, Countryside, Del Duomo, Destination, Farming, Farmland, Holiday, Holidaymakers, Italia, Italian, Italy, Landscape, Medieval, Palace, Palazzo, People, Piazza, Roof, Rooftiles, Rooftops, San Gimignano, Sightseeing, Sightseers, Square, Tiled, Tiles, Toscana, Tourism, Tourists, Tower, Travel, Travellers, Tuscan, Tuscany, Urban, Vacation, Vacationers, Vecchio Podesta

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GERMANY, Saxony, Dresden, The glass dome of the Academy of Arts built 1891-94 on the Bruhl Terrace by Constantin Lipsius in the style of the Neo-Renaissance behind the Baroque courtyard entrance to the Coselpalais which is now a restuarant in Neumarkt square

© Paul Seheult / Eye Ubiquitous

Academy Of Arts, Alfresco, Architecture, Baroque, Br And Xfc, Brühl Terrace, Buildings, Cafe, City, Constantin, Coselpalais, Destination, Diners, Dining, Dome, Dresden, Drink, Eating, Europe, European, Food, German, Germany, Glass, Hl Terrace, Holiday, Holidaymakers, Lipsius, Neo Renaissance, Neumarkt, New Market, Palace, People, Restaurant, Restaurants, Restoration, Restored, Saxony, Shade, Square, Tables, Tourism, Tourists, Travel, Travellers, Umbrellas, Urban, Vacation, Vacationers

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ITALY, Tuscany, Florence, The 17th century bronze fountain called Il Porcellino in the Mercato Nuovo, the New Market, also known as the Straw Market. The snout of the bronze wild boar shines because of the superstition that visitors who rub it will return some day

© Paul Seheult / Eye Ubiquitous

Art, Boar, Bronze, City, Destination, Firenze, Florence, Fountain, Holiday, Il Porcellino, Italia, Italian, Italy, Legend, Mercato Nuovo, Myth, New Market, Pig, Sculpture, Statue, Superstition, Toscana, Tourism, Travel, Tuscan, Tuscany, Urban, Vacation, Wild