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Images Dated 7th April 2010

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Reculver Towers OP00671 Featured 7 Apr 2010 Image

Reculver Towers OP00671

RECULVER TOWERS, Kent. The remains of the west facade of St Mary's church stands on the cliff at Reculver. The original 7th century church was built on the site of an abandoned fort. In 1809 most of the church was pulled down, but the 12th century towers, known locally as the twin sisters, were retained as a navigational aid. When the original spires were destroyed by a storm c.1819, they were replaced with similar shaped, open structures containing weather vanes (they were removed c.1930). Photographed by W and Co. between 1890 - 1910

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To match Reuters Life! ITALY-WINE/ Featured 7 Apr 2010 Image

To match Reuters Life! ITALY-WINE/

A man holds a glass of red wine at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 8, 2010. Italy, the world's second-biggest wine producer after France, had output of about 4.5 billion liters (989.9 million Imp gallons) in 2009 and saw export sales drop 6 percent to 3.5 billion euros ($4.66 billion) last year hit by the crisis and growing competition from the "New World" wines, according to industry data. To match Reuters Life! ITALY-WINE/ REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) - GM1E64907TT01

Rock art in Thaaklatjika overhang or Wrights Cave Featured 7 Apr 2010 Image

Rock art in Thaaklatjika overhang or Wrights Cave

Rock art in Thaaklatjika overhang or Wrights Cave, with initials of a 19th century visitor in a blue triangle overlying the much older work of the Malyankapa and Pandjikali Aboriginal people. That visitor, William Wright, was the leader of the back-up party for the Burke and Wills expedition. Mutawintji National Park, land of Malyankapa and Pandjikali Aboriginal people, western New South Wales, Australia

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