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Images Dated 28th October 2004

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A Chinese cyclist pedals inside the Forbidden City in Beijing Featured 28 Oct 2004 Image

A Chinese cyclist pedals inside the Forbidden City in Beijing

A Chinese cyclist pedals inside the Forbidden City in Beijing October 28, 2004. Beijing's 600-year-old Forbidden City is undergoing a massive renovation project that is keeping 1,400 workers and engineers busy repainting, retiling, and rebuilding most of the crumbling imperial relics. Costing more than 100 million yuan per year ($12 million dollars/year), the project kicked off in 2001 with the help from World Cultural Heritage Foundation - a U.S protection organisation for cultural relics. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. CC/CP - RP5DRHYUWLAA

Queen Marie of Romania with her daughter Ileana Featured 28 Oct 2004 Image

Queen Marie of Romania with her daughter Ileana

A portrait of Queen Marie of Romania with her daughter Ileana, Marie was British by birth and the eldest daughter of the Duke of Edinburgh. The photograph was published shortly after her husband, King Ferdinand I, declared his support for the Allies and brought Romania into the First World War

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Pbeahuofbea Featured 28 Oct 2004 Image

Pbeahuofbea

Migratory birds look for food near the Malaysian town of Kapar, about 100 km (60 miles) west of Kuala Lumpur on October 27, 2004. Millions of birds of more than 40 species travel from areas in [Russia, Alaska, eastern China, Japan and Siberia, passing through East and South East Asia heading toward Australia and New Zealand] annually, covering about 25, 000 km, avoiding cold weather in the northern hemisphere. The birds fly back to their birthplace from January onwards for the summer. Photo taken on October 27, 2004