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Images Dated 18th April 2012

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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Wales team that defeated Australia in Cardiff in 1973
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Wales team that defeated Scotland in the 1974 Five Nations
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Queen Victoria and Prince Wilhelm of Prussia
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Boston Church / Lincs 19C
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Just two words! Nestles Milk 1915
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Australia team that faced Wales in Cardiff in 1973
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Scotland team that faced Wales in the 1974 Five Nations
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Jubilee Arch, East Gate, Chichester, 1897
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Jubilee Arch, West Gate, Chichester, 1897
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo (1864-1936, Spanish writer
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Supper with the Apostles, detail of the door of San Ranieri from the Cathedral of Pisa
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: St. Philip and St. Ansano: busts by Giovanni della Robbia in the Main Cloister of the Carthusian
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: St. Lucy and St. Apollonia: busts by Giovanni della Robbia in the Main Cloister of the Carthusian
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Prophet and female Saint: busts by Giovanni della Robbia in the Main Cloister of the Carthusian
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: A room at the Exhibition of Antique Art and Industry that took place in Lucca in 1893
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Venetian lace, formerly belonging to Bernardini, photographed at the Exposition of Antique Art
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Velvet saddle embroidered with gold. The picture was taken during the Exhibition of Antique Art
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Planeta embroidered in gold, formerly in the Opera Santa Croce in Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Planeta and stole in silver embroidered silk, preserved in the Opera di Santa Croce in Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Eighteenth century man's costume, formerly property of the Marquis Garzoni in Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Detail of textile in a room of Palazzo Mansi in Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Mosaic represents the Ascension. Faade of the Church of S. Frediano, Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Astylar metal cross. Church of San Michele, Granaiola, Bagni di Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Choir stalls and Lectern in inlaid wood. Work by Leonardo Marti preserved at the National Museum
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Terracotta cupid, Robbian school, National Museum of Villa Guinigi, Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Fragment of an ambo belonging to the Church of S.Maria Forisportam, Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Detail of the courtyard of the Palazzo della Provincia, Bologna At the bottom an arch with two
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: View of the city walls or Fortress built by the Medici in order to protect the center of the city
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Exterior of the Church of S. Francesco in Grosseto. nineteenth century work with the faade in
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Interior of the Cathedral of S. Lorenzo in Grosseto
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Pistols with silver decorations. The picture was taken during the Exhibition of Antique Art
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Bed in inlaid wood, former Property of the count Bernardini. The picture was taken at
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Palazzo Pretorio (former podestarile), headquarter of the Magistrate's court in Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The Portal of the Eastern faade in Palazzo Orsetti, Lucca. The jamb
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Three chairs in inlaid walnut from Palazzo Mansi, Lucca. The central chair has arms
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: A wardrobe in inlaid walnut from Palazzo Mansi, Lucca. Wardrobe with glass cupboard containing
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Palazzo and Tower of the Guinigi Family, Lucca. The Palazzo has three levels of windows; those of
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Palazzo Controni (now Palazzo Pfanner), Lucca. The building is characterized by an external
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Palazzo Cenami, Lucca. On the ground floor are rusticated arcades that cover the windows
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Detail of a casket, covered in leather with golden reliefs; work preserved in the Museum of
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Statue of Matteo Civitali sculpted by Arnaldo Fazzi. Loggia of Palazzo Pretorio, Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: The legend of the golden scyphus of S. Niccol prete, bas-relief
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Reliquary of St. Sebastian, work preserved in the Opera del Duomo in Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Marble templet by Matteo Civitali which the HOly Volt preserved inside San Martino Cathedral in
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Holy-water font with the statue of a putto preserved in the Cathedral of S.Martino, Lucca
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Statue representing Christ Resurrected, detail of the monumental altar of the Chapel of
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Interior of the Cathedral of S.Martino, Lucca. The tall central nave
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Images Dated 18th April 2012: Lunette adorned with a high relief representing the Beheading of St


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