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Images Dated 3rd June 2007

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Leonidas I (died 480 BC). King of Sparta. Monument in Spart Featured 3 Jun 2007 Image

Leonidas I (died 480 BC). King of Sparta. Monument in Spart

Leonidas I (died 480 BC). Also known as Leonidas the Brave was a Greek hero-king of Sparta, the 17th of the Agiad line King of Sparta[. Leonidas I is notable for his leadership at the Battle of Thermopylae. Monument de Leonidas erected in 1968. Sparta. Greece

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Greece. Mystras.The Monastery of Our Lady of Pandanassa (The Featured 3 Jun 2007 Image

Greece. Mystras.The Monastery of Our Lady of Pandanassa (The

Greece. Mystras. The Monastery of Our Lady Panagia Pantanassa (Queen of all). A women's convent founded in the 15th century (1428 AD) by John Phrangopoulos. On the upper floor the wall paintings date from the mid-15th century. Inside

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The Lancaster PA474, part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, took part in Featured 3 Jun 2007 Image

The Lancaster PA474, part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, took part in

The Lancaster PA474, part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, which took part in the Biggin Hill Air Show in 2007. She is shown here on the runway, preparing to take-off.
PA474 is one of only two Lancasters remaining in airworthy condition out of the 7377 that were built, the other being in Canada . She was built in Chester in mid-1945 and was earmarked for the Tiger Force in the Far East. However, the war with Japan ended before she could take part in any hostilities.
After major servicing at Air Atlantique in Coventry during the winter of 2006/07, PA474 wears the markings of EE139, the Phantom of the Ruhr, a ton-up Lancaster that flew her first 30 ops on No 100 Squadron based at Waltham before completing a further 91 ops on No 550 Squadron at North Killingholme. She sports the letters HR-W of The Ton on her port side and BQ-B of 550 on her starboard, effectively commemorating the crews of both Squadrons

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