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MANUFACTURING LEICA GEOSYSTEMS
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June 30, 2005 
Details of a presentation are projected on the face of Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems,... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Details of a presentation are projected on the face of Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica ... 
Details of a presentation are projected on the face of Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, during a news conference in Zurich. Details of a presentation are projected on the face of Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, during a news conference in Zurich June 30, 2005. The Swiss measuring equipment maker, target of a takeover bid by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, presented a share buy-back programme, saying it planned to buy back 100 million Swiss francs ($78.5) worth of its own shares if the group remained independent. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs 
MANUFACTURING LEICA GEOSYSTEMS
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June 30, 2005 
Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents financial targets for the years 2007 to 2009... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents financial targets for the years 2007 ... 
Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents financial targets for the years 2007 to 2009 during a news conference in Zurich. Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents financial targets for the years 2007 to 2009 during a news conference in Zurich June 30, 2005. The Swiss measuring equipment maker, target of a takeover bid by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, also presented a share buy-back programme, saying it planned to buy back 100 million Swiss francs ($78.5 million) worth of its own shares if the group remained independent. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs 
ZUERICH
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June 30, 2005 
Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents share buy-back programme during news conference... 
Zuerich, Switzerland 
Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents share buy-back programme during news ... 
Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents share buy-back programme during news conference in Zurich. Hans Hess, Chief Executive of Leica Geosystems, presents a share buy-back programme during a news conference in Zurich June 30, 2005. The Swiss measuring equipment maker, target of a takeover bid by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, also laid down its financial targets for the years 2007 to 2009, saying it aimed for annual growth of 10 percent in the period. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs 
HEXAGON
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June 13, 2005 
Chief executive Ola Rollen and Chairman Melker Schoerling (R) of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Chief executive Rollen and Chairman Schoerling of Hexagon AB address a news conference in Zurich. 
Chief executive Ola Rollen and Chairman Melker Schoerling (R) of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB address a news conference in Zurich, June 13, 2005. Leica Geosystems is rejecting a planned takeover by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, which would value the Swiss measurement equipment firm at more than one billion Swiss francs (US $798 million). REUTERS/Siggi Bucher SIB/PLA/JOH 
HEXAGON
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June 13, 2005 
Chief executive of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB Rollen gestures during a news conference in Zurich.... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Chief executive of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB Rollen gestures during a news ... 
Chief executive of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB Rollen gestures during a news conference in Zurich. Chief executive of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB Ola Rollen gestures during a news conference in Zurich, June 13, 2005. Leica Geosystems is rejecting a planned takeover by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, which would value the Swiss measurement equipment firm at more than one billion Swiss francs (US $798 million). REUTERS/Siggi Bucher 
HEXAGON
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June 13, 2005 
Chief executive Ola Rollen and Chairman Melker Schoerling (R) of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Chief executive Rollen and Chairman Schoerling of Hexagon AB address a news conference in Zurich. 
Chief executive Ola Rollen and Chairman Melker Schoerling (R) of Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB address a news conference in Zurich, June 13, 2005. Leica Geosystems is rejecting a planned takeover by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, which would value the Swiss measurement equipment firm at more than one billion Swiss francs (US $798 million). REUTERS/Siggi Bucher SIB/PLA/JOH 
HEXAGON
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June 13, 2005 
Ola Rollen, Chief executive of the Swedish engineering group Hexagon gestures during a news conference... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Ola Rollen, Chief executive of the Swedish engineering group Hexagon gestures during a news ... 
Ola Rollen, Chief executive of the Swedish engineering group Hexagon gestures during a news conference in Zurich. Ola Rollen, Chief executive of the Swedish engineering group Hexagon AB gestures during a news conference in Zurich, June 13, 2005. Leica Geosystems is rejecting a planned takeover by Swedish rival Hexagon AB, which would value the Swiss measurement equipment firm at more than one billion Swiss francs (US $798 million). REUTERS/Siggi Bucher 
MACEDONIA MOON
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January 24, 2005 
Surrounded by buildings, the moonlight forms a ring over Macedonia's capital Skopje, early morning on,... 
Skopje, Macedonia 
Surrounded by buildings, the moonlight forms a ring over Macedonia's capital Skopje. 
Surrounded by buildings, the moonlight forms a ring over Macedonia's capital Skopje, early morning on, 24 January, 2005.This sight occurs when high thin clouds containing millions of tiny ice crystals cover much of the sky. Each ice crystal acts like a miniature lens. Because most of the crystals have a similar elongated hexagonal shape, light entering one crystal face and exiting through the opposing face refracts 22 degrees, which corresponds to the radius of the Moon's Halo. . REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski OT/THI 
SCIENCE TELESCOPE
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March 05, 2004 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC SCIENCE TELESCOPE-Mirrors that will form part of the southern hemisphere's... 
Sutherland, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC SCIENCE TELESCOPE. 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC SCIENCE TELESCOPE-Mirrors that will form part of the southern hemisphere's largest telescope - the Southern African large telescope (SALT) lie in place near the small town of Sutherland in South Africa's arid Karoo region. SALT which measures 11 metres in diameter, is a massive hexagon filled with 91 smaller mirrored hexagons, of which 18 are in place. When construction is completed in December SALT will enable scientists to view stars and galaxies a billion times too faint to be visible to the naked eye.-PICTURE TAKEN FEBRUARY 19, 2004-REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS 
SCIENCE TELESCOPE
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March 05, 2004 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC SCIENCE TELESCOPE-Mirrors that will form part of the southern hemisphere's... 
Sutherland, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC SCIENCE TELESCOPE. 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC SCIENCE TELESCOPE-Mirrors that will form part of the southern hemisphere's largest telescope - the Southern African large telescope (SALT) lie in place near the small town of Sutherland in South Africa's arid Karoo region. SALT which measures 11 metres in diameter, is a massive hexagon filled with 91 smaller mirrored hexagons, of which 18 are in place. When construction is completed in December SALT will enable scientists to view stars and galaxies a billion times too faint to be visible to the naked eye.-PICTURE TAKEN FEBRUARY 19, 2004-REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS 
JAPAN
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August 27, 2003 
Diplomats from North and South Korea, the United States, Japan, Russia
and host China take their place... 
Beijing, China 
DIPLOMATS MEET FOR SIX COUNTRIES TALKS ON NORTH KOREA'S NUCLEAR
PROGRAMME IN BEIJING. 
Diplomats from North and South Korea, the United States, Japan, Russia
and host China take their place at a hexagonal table for talks on North
Korea's nuclear programme at the Diaoyutai State Guest House in Beijing
August 27, 2003. China called for restraint from all sides on Wednesday
as negotiators, smiling and shaking hands after 10 months of trading
threats, sat down to talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear
crisis. REUTERS/Kazuhiro Eguchi/Pool

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SPORT YACHTING
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December 14, 2002 
Bobst Group-Armor Lux (L) skippered by Switzerland's Bernard Stamm
races Hexagon skippered by New Zealand's... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
BOBST GROUP-ARMOR LUX AND HEXAGON RACE AT THE THIRD LEG START OF THE
AROUND ALONE RACE IN CAPE TOWN.... 
Bobst Group-Armor Lux (L) skippered by Switzerland's Bernard Stamm
races Hexagon skippered by New Zealand's Graham Dalton at the start of
the third leg of the Around Alone yacht race, December 14, 2002. It is
the longest race for an individual in any sport, and the third leg will
take the competitors from Cape Town to Tauranga in New Zealand.
REUTERS/Wayne Conradie

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SPORT
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December 14, 2002 
New Zealander Graham Dalton, aboard Hexagon, leaves Cape Town, South
Africa, at the start of the third... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
NEW ZEALANDER GRAHAM DALTON LEAVES CAPE TOWN FOR AROUND ALONE YACHT
RACE. 
New Zealander Graham Dalton, aboard Hexagon, leaves Cape Town, South
Africa, at the start of the third leg of the Around Alone yacht race,
December 14, 2002. It is the longest race for an individual in any
sport, and the third leg will take the competitors from Cape Town to
Tauranga in New Zealand. REUTERS/Wayne Conradie

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SPACE
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July 11, 2001 
An artists diagram of the Genesis spacecraft as it will look like this as it faces the sun to collect... 
Los Angeles, USA 
An artists diagram of the Genesis spacecraft as it will look like this as it faces the sun to collec..... 
An artists diagram of the Genesis spacecraft as it will look like this as it faces the sun to collect particles of solar wind while orbiting L1 is shown in this diagram from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory July 11, 2001. The spacecraft bus, which transports and cares for the sample return capsule, is shown in gold in this drawing. Extending from it are two hinged solar panels, which collect sunlight energy to provide electricity for the spacecraft's many functions. The cover of the sample return capsule, shown here in silver, opens to the top of this picture to reveal the Genesis science canister. The science capsule opens toward the bottom of this drawing, showing its lining of collector array material (here indicated as gold-colored hexagons). The spacecraft is due to be launched July 30, 2001 and is expected to return to Earth September 2004. 
HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
A hexagonal vase is under the hammer at Sotheby's Spring action in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
HEXAGONAL VASE UNDER HAMMER AT SOTHEBY'S AUCTION IN HONG KONG. 
A hexagonal vase is under the hammer at Sotheby's Spring action in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's went ahead with the sale of this hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace outside Beijing when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860. An unidentified buyer of the vase told reporters he was a representative from a Beijing enterprise and was acting with the support of the Beijing municipal government.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
A hexagonal vase is under the hammer at Sotheby's Spring action in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
HEXAGONAL VASE UNDER HAMMER AT SOTHEBY'S AUCTION IN HONG KONG. 
A hexagonal vase is under the hammer at Sotheby's Spring action in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's went ahead with the sale of this hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace outside Beijing when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860. An unidentified buyer of the vase told reporters he was a representative from a Beijing enterprise and was acting with the support of the Beijing municipal government.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
Protesters demanding the return of China's treasures try to storm Sotheby's auction venue inside a hotel... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
PROTESTERS TRY TO STORM SOTHEBY'S AUCTION VENUE IN HONG KONG. 
Protesters demanding the return of China's treasures try to storm Sotheby's auction venue inside a hotel in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's on Tuesday went ahead with the sale of an ornate hexagonal porcelin vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
A vocal protester demanding the return of China's treasures holds a placard in front of hotel security... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
PROTESTER HOLDS PLACARD OUTSIDE SOTHEBY'S AUCTION VENUE IN HONG KONG. 
A vocal protester demanding the return of China's treasures holds a placard in front of hotel security guards outside Sotheby's auction venue at a hotel in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's on Tuesday went ahead with the sale of an ornate hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
An unidentified buyer of a hexagonal vase at Sotheby's auction speaks to reporters inside a hotel in... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
BUYER OF VASE SPEAKS TO REPORTERS AT SOTHEBY'S AUCTION IN HONG KONG. 
An unidentified buyer of a hexagonal vase at Sotheby's auction speaks to reporters inside a hotel in Hong Kong May 2. He said he was a representative from a Beijing enterprise and was acting with the support of the Beijing municipal government. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's on Tuesday went ahead with the sale of an ornate hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
A protester demanding the return of China's treasures is led away by hotel security guards while trying... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
PROTESTER TRIES TO STORM SOTHEBY'S AUCTION VENUE IN HONG KONG. 
A protester demanding the return of China's treasures is led away by hotel security guards while trying to storm Sotheby's auction venue inside a hotel in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's on Tuesday went ahead with the sale of an ornate hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
A vocal protester demanding the return of China's treasures scuffles with hotel security guards as he... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
PROTESTER TRIES TO STORM SOTHEBY'S AUCTION VENUE IN HONG KONG. 
A vocal protester demanding the return of China's treasures scuffles with hotel security guards as he tries to storm Sotheby's auction venue inside a hotel in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's on Tuesday went ahead with the sale of an ornate hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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HONGKONG CHINA AUCTION
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May 02, 2000 
Protesters demanding the return of China's treasures scuffle with hotel security guards and policemen... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
PROTESTERS TRY TO STORM SOTHEBY'S AUCTION VENUE IN HONG KONG. 
Protesters demanding the return of China's treasures scuffle with hotel security guards and policemen as they try to storm Sotheby's auction venue inside a hotel in Hong Kong May 2. Despite warnings from Beijing, Sotheby's on Tuesday went ahead with the sale of an ornate hexagonal porcelain vase that fetched HK$19 million (US$2.44 million). It was believed to have been taken from the Yuan Ming Palace when it was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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ROCHELL
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April 28, 2000 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview in... 
Hong Kong, China 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview i..... 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview in Hong Kong April 28. China is trying to block auctions by Sotheby's[ and Christie's in the territory of several antiques, including a hexagonal vase and a bronze tiger's head from Sotheby's, saying they are national treasures looted from Beijing's Yuan Ming Palace which was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.] 
HONGKONG AUCTIONEERS
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April 28, 2000 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview in... 
Hong Kong, China 
SOTHEBY'S MANAGING DIRECTOR CARLTON ROCHELL SPEAKS IN HONG KONG. 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview in Hong Kong April 28. China is trying to block auctions by Sotheby's and Christie's in the territory of several antiques, including a hexagonal vase and a bronze tiger's head from Sotheby's, saying they are national treasures looted from Beijing's Yuan Ming Palace which was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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HONGKONG AUCTIONEERS
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April 28, 2000 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview in... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
SOTHEBY'S MANAGING DIRECTOR CARLTON ROCHELL SPEAKS IN HONG KONG. 
Carlton Rochell, China and Southeast Asia managing director from Sotheby's, speaks at an interview in Hong Kong April 28. China is trying to block auctions by Sotheby's and Christie's in the territory of several antiques, including a hexagonal vase and a bronze tiger's head from Sotheby's, saying they are national treasures looted from Beijing's Yuan Ming Palace which was ransacked by British and French troops in 1860.

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September 12, 1997 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-HOLOCAUST - The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage... 
UNITED STATES 
MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE IN NEW YORK 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-HOLOCAUST - The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to The Holocaust - nears completion in lower Manhattan September 9. The museum, which opens to the public September 15, sits at the southern tip of Manhattan, overlooking the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. It stands apart from other Holocaust memorials - such as the United States Holocaust Museum in Washington and Jerusalem's Yad VaShem - in its approach to the material.

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JEWISH HERITAGE
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September 09, 1997 
The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage-A living Memorial to The Holocaust... 
The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage-A living Memorial to The Holocaus..... 
The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage-A living Memorial to The Holocaust nears completion in lower Manhattan September 9. The museum will open to the public September 15. 
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September 09, 1997 
The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage-A living Memorial to The Holocaust... 
UNITED STATES 
NEW YORK'S NEW MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE AND HOLOCAUST 
The hexagonal 30,000 square foot granite Museum of Jewish Heritage-A living Memorial to The Holocaust nears completion in lower Manhattan September 9. The museum will open to the public September 15.

JEWISH MUSEUM 
ROYALS
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June 26, 1996 
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, rests while visiting the Giants Causeway during his three-day visit... 
PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND 
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, rests while visiting the Giants Causeway during his three-day v..... 
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, rests while visiting the Giants Causeway during his three-day visit to Northern Ireland June 26. The Causeway, a geological feature comprised of hexagonal columns of bassalt is one of Northern Ireland's key tourist attractions. 
ROYALS
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June 26, 1996 
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, visits the Giants Causeway as the Royal Yacht Britannia waits offshore... 
PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND 
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, visits the Giants Causeway as the Royal Yacht Britannia waits o..... 
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, visits the Giants Causeway as the Royal Yacht Britannia waits offshore during his three-day visit to Northern Ireland June 26. The Causeway, a geological feature comprised of hexagonal columns of bassalt is one of Northern Ireland's key tourist attractions. 
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