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Images Dated 9th October 2010

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Rousseau, Jean-Jacques (Geneva, 1712 - Ermenonville, 1778). Philosopher, writer Featured 9 Oct 2010 Image

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques (Geneva, 1712 - Ermenonville, 1778). Philosopher, writer

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques (Geneva, 1712 - Ermenonville, 1778). Philosopher, writer, and composer of the XVIII century Enlightenment. His political philosophy influenced the French Revolution and the development of modern political and educational thought. Painting by Lacretelle. Versailles. France

© Prisma Archivo / DanitaDelimont.com

18th Century, Education, Enlightenment, Europe, European, French, History, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Lacretelle, Literature, Modern Age, Music, Painting, Personage, Philosopher, Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Portrait, Prisma, Revolution, Rousseau, Social Contract Theory, Switzerland, Western, Writer

Panther Quadriga sculpture atop the Semperoper (opera house), Dresden, Germany Featured 9 Oct 2010 Image

Panther Quadriga sculpture atop the Semperoper (opera house), Dresden, Germany

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Architecture, Artwork, Atop, Chariot, City, Dresden, Europe, European, German, Germany, House, Michael Defreitas, Opera, Opera House, Panther Quadriga, Roof, Saxony, Sculpture, Semperoper, Statue, Town

Scenic view of autumn forest by Mississippi River, Pere Marquette State Park, Wisconsin, USA Featured 9 Oct 2010 Image

Scenic view of autumn forest by Mississippi River, Pere Marquette State Park, Wisconsin, USA

The Mississippi River is the chief river of the second-largest drainage system on the North American continent, second only to the Hudson Bay drainage system. The stream is entirely within the United States (although its drainage basin reaches into Canada), its source is Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota and it flows generally south for 2, 320 miles (3, 730 km) to the Mississippi River Delta in the Gulf of Mexico

© In-Sight Photography (GHA) / Danita Delimont