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ITALY-POISONING/
RTX7BOJ
June 25, 2008
Franco Mizzaro, director of the four-star Grand Hotel, speaks with journalists in the northern Italian...
GARDONE RIVIERA, Italy
Franco Mizzaro, director of the four-star Grand Hotel, speaks with journalists in the northern Italian...
Franco Mizzaro, director of the four-star Grand Hotel, speaks with journalists in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008. An elderly British tourist has died and dozens more visitors were taken sick with suspected food poisoning at the hotel on Italy's Lake Garda, officials said on Wednesday. The victims included 17 British holidaymakers who were in hospital recovering as well as a 71-year-old British man who died on arrival at a hospital in the town of Gavardo. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-POISONING/
RTX7BOD
June 25, 2008
The four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008....
GARDONE RIVIERA, Italy
Four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera
The four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008. An elderly British tourist has died and dozens more visitors were taken sick with suspected food poisoning at the hotel on Italy's Lake Garda, officials said on Wednesday. The victims included 17 British holidaymakers who were in hospital recovering as well as a 71-year-old British man who died on arrival at a hospital in the town of Gavardo. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-POISONING/
RTX7BOA
June 25, 2008
The four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008....
GARDONE RIVIERA, Italy
Four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera
The four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008. An elderly British tourist has died and dozens more visitors were taken sick with suspected food poisoning at the hotel on Italy's Lake Garda, officials said on Wednesday. The victims included 17 British holidaymakers who were in hospital recovering as well as a 71-year-old British man who died on arrival at a hospital in the town of Gavardo. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-POISONING/
RTX7BO9
June 25, 2008
The four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008....
GARDONE RIVIERA, Italy
Four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera
The four-star Grand Hotel is seen in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008. An elderly British tourist has died and dozens more visitors were taken sick with suspected food poisoning at the hotel on Italy's Lake Garda, officials said on Wednesday. The victims included 17 British holidaymakers who were in hospital recovering as well as a 71-year-old British man who died on arrival at a hospital in the town of Gavardo. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-POISONING/
RTX7BO5
June 25, 2008
Empty tables are seen through a window at the four-star Grand Hotel in the northern Italian lakeside...
GARDONE RIVIERA, Italy
Empty tables are seen through a window at the four-star Grand Hotel in the northern Italian lakeside...
Empty tables are seen through a window at the four-star Grand Hotel in the northern Italian lakeside town of Gardone Riviera June 25, 2008. An elderly British tourist has died and dozens more visitors were taken sick with suspected food poisoning at a hotel on Italy's Lake Garda, officials said on Wednesday. The victims included 17 British holidaymakers who were in hospital recovering as well as a 71-year-old British man who died on arrival at a hospital in the town of Gavardo. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
SOCCER-ROONEY/
RTX6U7K
June 12, 2008
A general view of Villa Cervara, a medievel abbey being used for the wedding reception of Manchester...
SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE, Italy
General view of Villa Cervara, a medievel abbey being used for the wedding reception of Manchester United...
A general view of Villa Cervara, a medievel abbey being used for the wedding reception of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney in Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy June 12, 2008. Rooney married his childhood sweetheart Coleen McLoughlin in front of family and friends at a 17th century villa on the Italian Riviera on Thursday. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
SOCCER-ROONEY/
RTX6TRC
June 12, 2008
Colette McLoughlin (R) arrives for the wedding of her daughter Coleen to Manchester United striker Wayne...
SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE, Italy
Colette McLoughlin arrives for the wedding of her daughter Coleen to Manchester United striker Rooney...
Colette McLoughlin (R) arrives for the wedding of her daughter Coleen to Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney at Villa Durazzo in Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy, June 12, 2008. Rooney married his childhood sweetheart Coleen McLoughlin in front of family and friends at a 17th century villa on the Italian Riviera on Thursday. The woman at left is unidentified. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
SOCCER-ROONEY/
RTX6TR3
June 12, 2008
Italian police open the gates of Villa Durazzo after the wedding ceremony of Manchester United striker...
SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE, Italy
Italian police open the gates of Villa Durazzo after the wedding ceremony of Manchester United striker...
Italian police open the gates of Villa Durazzo after the wedding ceremony of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney in Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy, June 12, 2008. Rooney married his childhood sweetheart Coleen McLoughlin in front of family and friends at the 17th century villa on the Italian Riviera on Thursday. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
FRANCE/
RTX4VBD
December 19, 2007
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in...
Cannes, France
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in...
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in "La Balia" by Italian director Marco Belocchio, May 19, 1999. Bellocchio's film is presented in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 52nd Cannes Film Festival on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Gilbert Tourte (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTX4VBB
December 19, 2007
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in...
Cannes, France
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in...
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in "La Balia" by Italian director Marco Belocchio, May 19, 1999. Bellocchio's film is presented in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 52nd Cannes Film Festival on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Gilbert Tourte (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTX4VB5
December 19, 2007
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in...
Cannes, France
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in...
Model Carla Bruni arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in "La Balia" by Italian director Marco Belocchio, May 19, 1999. Bellocchio's film is presented in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 52nd Cannes Film Festival on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Gilbert Tourte (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTX4VB4
December 19, 2007
Model Carla Bruni waves as she arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi...
Cannes, France
Model Carla Bruni waves as she arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi...
Model Carla Bruni waves as she arrives for the official screening of her sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who plays in "La Balia" by Italian director Marco Belocchio, May 19, 1999. Bellocchio's film is presented in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 52nd Cannes Film Festival on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Gilbert Tourte (FRANCE)
LIFE ITALY PRINCE
RTRKZR6
August 11, 2005
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Giorgio I, poses in the minute main square of Seborga, a typical...
Seborga, Italy
To match feature Life-Italy-Prince.
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Giorgio I, poses in the minute main square of Seborga, a typical picture postcard village on the Italian Riviera August 11, 2005. Tourists ran after Giorgio Carbone as he crossed a square in the village of Seborga in northern Italy. They all wanted pictures of the nondescript man with the greying beard, tired-looking eyes and simple suit. That's because Carbone is, in fact, Prince Giorgio I of Seborga, a former flower seller dedicated to promoting this medieval village's claim of independence. Picture taken August 11, 2005. To match feature Life-Italy-Prince REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
LIFE ITALY PRINCE
RTRKZR2
August 11, 2005
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Prince Giorgio I, poses in front of the coat of arms of Seborga,...
Seborga, Italy
To match feature Life-Italy-Prince.
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Prince Giorgio I, poses in front of the coat of arms of Seborga, a village on the Italian Riviera August 11, 2005. Tourists ran after Giorgio Carbone as he crossed a square in the village of Seborga in northern Italy. They all wanted pictures of the nondescript man with the greying beard, tired-looking eyes and simple suit. That's because Carbone is, in fact, Prince Giorgio I of Seborga, a former flower seller dedicated to promoting this medieval village's claim of independence. Picture taken August 11, 2005. To match feature Life-Italy-Prince REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca TG/CN
LIFE ITALY PRINCE
RTRKZQW
August 11, 2005
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Prince Giorgio I, poses in front of the coat of arms of Seborga,...
Seborga, Italy
To match feature Life-Italy-Prince.
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Prince Giorgio I, poses in front of the coat of arms of Seborga, a village on the Italian Riviera August 11, 2005. Tourists ran after Giorgio Carbone as he crossed a square in the village of Seborga in northern Italy. They all wanted pictures of the nondescript man with the greying beard, tired-looking eyes and simple suit. That's because Carbone is, in fact, Prince Giorgio I of Seborga, a former flower seller dedicated to promoting this medieval village's claim of independence. Picture taken August 11, 2005. To match feature Life-Italy-Prince REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca TG/CN
LIFE ITALY PRINCE
RTRKZQI
August 11, 2005
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Giorgio I, poses in the minute main square of Seborga, a typical...
Seborga, Italy
To match feature Life-Italy-Prince.
Giorgio Carbone, otherwise known as Giorgio I, poses in the minute main square of Seborga, a typical picture postcard village on the Italian Riviera August 11, 2005. Tourists ran after Giorgio Carbone as he crossed a square in the village of Seborga in northern Italy. They all wanted pictures of the nondescript man with the greying beard, tired-looking eyes and simple suit. That's because Carbone is, in fact, Prince Giorgio I of Seborga, a former flower seller dedicated to promoting this medieval village's claim of independence. Picture taken August 11, 2005. To match feature Life-Italy-Prince REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
EASYCRUISE
RTXNG73
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise ship "EASYCRUISEONE" is seen in the port of Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest...
Nice, France
EasyCruise ship "EASYCRUISEONE" is seen in the port of Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The la.....
EasyCruise ship "EASYCRUISEONE" is seen in the port of Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from easyGroup, will set sail May 6 on its maiden voyage for a cruise in the south of France and the Italian Riviera.
HAJI-IOANNOU
RTXNG72
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeast...
Nice, France
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice sou.....
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeast France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from easyGroup, will set sail on a maiden voyage on May 6 for a cruise off the south of France and the Italian Riviera.
FRANCE
RTR9ZVK
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou gestures next to the "EASYCRUISEONE" in the port of Nice, southeastern...
Nice, France
EasyCruise's founder Haji-Ioannou gestures next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice.
EasyCruise's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou gestures next to the "EASYCRUISEONE" in the port of Nice, southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from EasyGroup will set sail this Friday on a maiden voyage for a cruise off the south of France and the Italian Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JS/TZ
FRANCE
RTR9ZUV
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise ship "EASYCRUISEONE" is seen in the port of Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest...
Nice, France
EasyCruise ship "EASYCRUISEONE" is seen in the port of Nice on the French Riviera.
EasyCruise ship "EASYCRUISEONE" is seen in the port of Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from easyGroup, will set sail May 6 on its maiden voyage for a cruise in the south of France and the Italian Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JS/DY
FRANCE
RTR9ZUG
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeastern...
Nice, France
EasyCruise company's founder Haji-Ioannou poses next to ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice.
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from easyGroup, will set sail May 6 on a maiden voyage for a cruise off the south of France and the Italian Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JS/TC
FRANCE
RTR9ZU9
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses in a suite aboard the "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice...
Nice, France
EasyCruise company's founder Haji-Ioannou poses in suite aboard "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice.
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses in a suite aboard the "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from easyGroup, will set sail May 6 on a maiden voyage for a cruise off the south of France and the Italian Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JS/TC
FRANCE
RTR9ZU1
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to the "EASYCRUISEONE" in the port of Nice, southeastern...
Nice, France
EasyCruises founder Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice.
EasyCruise's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to the "EASYCRUISEONE" in the port of Nice, southeastern France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from EasyGroup will set sail this Friday on a maiden voyage for a cruise off the south of France and the Italian Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JS/TZ
FRANCE
RTR9ZTL
May 03, 2005
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeast...
Nice, France
EasyCruise company's founder Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice.
EasyCruise company's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou poses next to his ship "EASYCRUISEONE" in Nice southeast France, May 3, 2005. The latest no-frills offering from easyGroup, will set sail on a maiden voyage on May 6 for a cruise off the south of France and the Italian Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JS/TC
FRANCE
RTR4D14
October 06, 2003
A French tobacconist demonstrates at the toll gate of the motorway in
La Turbie on the French Riviera,...
La Turbie, France (French Republic)
TOBACCONISTS DEMONSTRATE ON THE MOTORWAY BETWEEN FRANCE AND ITALY.
A French tobacconist demonstrates at the toll gate of the motorway in
La Turbie on the French Riviera, October 6, 2003. Tobacconists fear
price increases will prompt more smokers to buy on the black market or
cross the Italian border to buy cheaper cigarettes from abroad. France
is waging a war on the quintessentially French habit of smoking,
imposing higher taxes that will inflate the price by 40 percent over
the coming year. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG
CITRONS
RTXM4ZV
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Discarded citrons, wrinkled, spotted and unfit for selection, are shown in a cedar...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Discarded citrons, wrinkled, spotted and unfit for selection, are shown in a c.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Discarded citrons, wrinkled, spotted and unfit for selection, are shown in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. [Rabbis] from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
CITRONS
RTXM4ZU
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A selected citron is shown in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A selected citron is shown in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria d.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A selected citron is shown in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. [Rabbis] from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to pick citrons from the cedars grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003
CITRONS
RTXM4ZT
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Selected citrons lie in a basket beside a discarded citron in a cedar plantation...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Selected citrons lie in a basket beside a discarded citron in a cedar plantati.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Selected citrons lie in a basket beside a discarded citron in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. [Rabbis] from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003
CITRONS
RTXM4ZS
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Rabbi Tareq from New York (R) and farmer Alberto Aulicino check freshly cut citrons...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Rabbi Tareq from New York (R) and farmer Alberto Aulicino check freshly cut ci.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Rabbi Tareq from New York (R) and farmer Alberto Aulicino check freshly cut citrons in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
CITRONS
RTXM4ZR
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts citrons for rabbis in a plantation in the hills...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts citrons for rabbis in a plantation in the hills.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts citrons for rabbis in a plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. [Rabbis] from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003
CITRONS
RTXM4ZQ
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A rabbi walks among cedar plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A rabbi walks among cedar plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, s.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A rabbi walks among cedar plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 7, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citron is one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003
CITRONS
RTXM4ZP
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A view of citron plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy,...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A view of citron plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern I.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A view of citron plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 7, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003
CITRONS
RTXM4ZO
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A farmer inspects citrons in his plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A farmer inspects citrons in his plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Ce.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- A farmer inspects citrons in his plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 7, 2003. [Rabbis] from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
CITRONS
RTXM4ZN
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks citrons before wrapping up them in...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks citrons before wrapping up them in.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks citrons before wrapping up them in paper and plastic and putting them in boxes, in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
CITRONS
RTXM4ZM
August 10, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts a citron in a plantation in the hills of Santa Maria...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts a citron in a plantation in the hills of Santa .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG03- Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts a citron in a plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. [Rabbis] from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
ITALY
RTR1DLR
August 07, 2003
A view of citron plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,
southern Italy, August 7, 2003....
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
A VIEW OF CITRON PLANTATIONS IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN
SOUTHERN ITALY.
A view of citron plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,
southern Italy, August 7, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been
coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for
centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in
villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four
species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of
Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September
and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del
Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

AMP/MA
PXP603D
RTR1DLA
August 07, 2003
A rabbi walks among cedar plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,
southern Italy, August...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
A RABBI WALKS AMONG CEDAR PLANTATIONS IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA DEL
CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
A rabbi walks among cedar plantations in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,
southern Italy, August 7, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been
coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for
centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages
along the Tirreno sea coast. The citron is one of the 'four species' which
are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles)
which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The
area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located
is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 RIGHTS
FREE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

AMP/MA
PXP602D
RTR1DL3
August 07, 2003
A farmer inspects citrons in his plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del
Cedro, southern Italy, August...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
A FARMER INSPECTS CITRONS IN HIS PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA
MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY....
A farmer inspects citrons in his plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del
Cedro, southern Italy, August 7, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have
been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for
centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages
along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which
are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles)
which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The
area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located
is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 RIGHTS
FREE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

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August 06, 2003
The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks citrons before wrapping up
them in paper and plastic and...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
SON OF RABBI TAREQ CHECKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA
MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN...
The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks citrons before wrapping up
them in paper and plastic and putting them in boxes, in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy,
August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the
southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to
choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the
Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are
used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles)
which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year.
The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are
located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6,
2003 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

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August 06, 2003
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks freshly picked citrons in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
RABBI TAREQ CHECKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA
DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks freshly picked citrons in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy,
August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the
southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to
choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the
Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are
used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles)
which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year.
The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are
located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6,
2003 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

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ITALY
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August 06, 2003
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks freshly picked citrons in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
RABBI TAREQ CHECKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA
DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks freshly picked citrons in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy,
August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the
southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to
choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the
Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are
used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles)
which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year.
The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are
located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6,
2003 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

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August 06, 2003
Farmer Enrico Vitale picks citrons as Rabbi Tareq from New York (rear)
watches him in a plantation in...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
A FARMER PICKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA DEL
CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Farmer Enrico Vitale picks citrons as Rabbi Tareq from New York (rear)
watches him in a plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,
southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been
coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for
centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in
villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four
species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of
Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September
and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del
Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

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August 06, 2003
FARMER ALESSANDRO CIRELLI CUTS A CITRON IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
FARMER ALESSANDRO CIRELLI CUTS A CITRON IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS
OF SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN ......
FARMER ALESSANDRO CIRELLI CUTS A CITRON IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.

Farmer Alessandro Cirelli cuts a citron in a plantation in the hills of
Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around
the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every
August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in
villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four
species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth
(Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October
each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or
Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN
AUGUST 6, 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027
PXP613D
RTR1DK7
August 06, 2003
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks a citron in a plantation in the hills
of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy
RABBI TAREQ CHECKS A CITRON IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA
DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY....
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks a citron in a plantation in the hills
of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from
around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of
Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of
cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons
are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the
Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between
the end of September and October each year. The area where villages
such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known
as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico PP03080027

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ITALY
RTR1DK3
August 06, 2003
Rabbi Tareq (C) from New York checks citrons as farmers Giovanni
Aulicino (L) and Enrico Vitale (R)...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
FARMERS PICK CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA DEL
CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Rabbi Tareq (C) from New York checks citrons as farmers Giovanni
Aulicino (L) and Enrico Vitale (R) pick them in a cedar plantation in
the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003.
Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian
region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the
fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast.
The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish
people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is
celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area
where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located
is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003
REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

AMP/MA
ITALY
RTR1DJX
August 06, 2003
The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks a citron before wrapping up
it in paper and plastic and...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
SON OF RABBI TAREQ CHECKS A CITRON IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN...
The son of Rabbi Tareq from New York checks a citron before wrapping up
it in paper and plastic and putting it inside a box, in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy,
August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the
southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to
choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the
Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are
used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles)
which is celebrated between the end of September and October each year.
The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are
located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6,
2003 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

AMP/MA
ITALY
RTR1DJP
August 06, 2003
Farmers are seen behind thorns, picking citrons in a plantation in the
hills of Santa Maria del Cedro,...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
FARMERS PICK CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA DEL
CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Farmers are seen behind thorns, picking citrons in a plantation in the
hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis
from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region
of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of
cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons
are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the
Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between
the end of September and October each year. The area where villages
such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known
as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico PP03080027

AMP/MA
ITALY
RTR1DJK
August 06, 2003
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks a citron which has been freshly cut by
farmers Giovanni (L) and Alberto...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
RABBI TAREQ CHECKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA
DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Rabbi Tareq from New York checks a citron which has been freshly cut by
farmers Giovanni (L) and Alberto Aulicino in a cedar plantation in the
hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis
from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian region
of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of
cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons
are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the
Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between
the end of September and October each year. The area where villages
such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known
as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico PP03080027

AMP/MA
ITALY
RTR1DJC
August 06, 2003
Rabbi Tareq from New York (R) and farmer Alberto Aulicino check freshly
cut citrons in a cedar plantation...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
RABBI TAREQ CHECKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF SANTA MARIA
DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Rabbi Tareq from New York (R) and farmer Alberto Aulicino check freshly
cut citrons in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del
Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world
have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every
August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees,
grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of
the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish
Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end
of September and October each year. The area where villages such as
Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the
Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico PP03080027

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August 06, 2003
FARMER ALESSANDRO CIRELLI PICKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
FARMER ALESSANDRO CIRELLI PICKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS
OF SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN ......
FARMER ALESSANDRO CIRELLI PICKS CITRONS IN A PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY.

Farmer Alessandro Cirelli picks citrons in a plantation in the hills of
Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around
the world have been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every
August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in
villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four
species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth
(Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of September and October
each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or
Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN
AUGUST 6, 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027
ITALY
RTR1DJ2
August 06, 2003
Selected citrons lie in a basket beside a discarded citron in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
SELECTED CITRONS ARE SHOWN IN A CEDAR PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY....
Selected citrons lie in a basket beside a discarded citron in a cedar
plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6,
2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the southern Italian
region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose citrons, the fruit
of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea coast. The citrons
are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish people in the Jewish
Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated between the end of
September and October each year. The area where villages such as Santa Maria
del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the Cedars Riviera.
PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
PP03080027

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ITALY
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August 06, 2003
Discarded citrons, wrinkled, spotted and unfit for selection, are shown in a
cedar plantation in the...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
DISCARDED CITRONS ARE SHOWN IN A CEDAR PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN...
Discarded citrons, wrinkled, spotted and unfit for selection, are shown in a
cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria del Cedro, southern Italy,
August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have been coming to the
southern Italian region of Calabria every August for centuries, to choose
citrons, the fruit of cedar trees, grown in villages along the Tirreno sea
coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used by Jewish
people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is celebrated
between the end of September and October each year. The area where villages
such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is also known as the
Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico PP03080027

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ITALY
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August 06, 2003
A selected citron is shown in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria
del Cedro, southern Italy,...
Santa Maria Del Cedro, Italy (Italian Republic)
A SELECTED CITRON IS SHOWN IN A CEDAR PLANTATION IN THE HILLS OF
SANTA MARIA DEL CEDRO IN SOUTHERN ITALY....
A selected citron is shown in a cedar plantation in the hills of Santa Maria
del Cedro, southern Italy, August 6, 2003. Rabbis from around the world have
been coming to the southern Italian region of Calabria every August for
centuries, to pick citrons from the cedars grown in villages along the
Tirreno sea coast. The citrons are one of the 'four species' which are used
by Jewish people in the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (Tabernacles) which is
celebrated between the end of September and October each year. The area
where villages such as Santa Maria del Cedro or Marcellina are located is
also known as the Cedars Riviera. PICTURE TAKEN AUGUST 6, 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP03080027

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May 25, 2003
Italian actress Ornella Mutti poses during red-carpet arrivals for the awards ceremony at the 56th International...
Cannes, France
Italian actress Ornella Mutti poses during red-carpet arrivals for the awards ceremony at the 56th I.....
Italian actress Ornella Mutti poses during red-carpet arrivals for the awards ceremony at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 25, 2003. A nine-member jury will announce the winner of the prestigious Palme d'Or after screening twenty entries in the 12-day film festival on the French Riviera.
ARTS-CANNES
RTROA3J
May 25, 2003
Italian actress Ornella Mutti poses during red-carpet arrivals for the
awards ceremony at the 56th International...
Cannes, France (French Republic)
ITALIAN ACTRESS MUTTI ARRIVES AT 56TH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IN
CANNES.
Italian actress Ornella Mutti poses during red-carpet arrivals for the
awards ceremony at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 25,
2003. A nine-member jury will announce the winner of the prestigious Palme
d'Or after screening twenty entries in the 12-day film festival on the
French Riviera. REUTERS/Pascal Deschamps PP03050095 PP03050096

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CERVI
RTXLZGY
May 24, 2003
Italian actress Valentina Cervi turns and waves to the crowd during red-carpet arrives for [British director...
Cannes, France
Italian actress Valentina Cervi turns and waves to the crowd during red-carpet arrives for [British .....
Italian actress Valentina Cervi turns and waves to the crowd during red-carpet arrives for [British director Peter Greenaway's] "The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part I. The Moab Story" at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 24, 2003. [Greenaway's] film entry is one of twenty presented in competition for the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) at the 12-day film festival on the French Riviera.
CERVI
RTXLZFR
May 24, 2003
Italian actress Valentina Cervi waves during a photocall for British director [Peter Greenaway's] "The...
Cannes, France
Italian actress Valentina Cervi waves during a photocall for British director [Peter Greenaway's] "T.....
Italian actress Valentina Cervi waves during a photocall for British director [Peter Greenaway's] "The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part I. The Moab Story" at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 24, 2003. [Greenaway's] film entry is one of twenty presented in competition for the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) at the 12-day film festival on the French Riviera.
CARDINALE
RTXLZUT
May 20, 2003
Italian actress Claudia Cardinale poses during red-carpet arrivals for a special tribute screening of...
Cannes, France
Italian actress Claudia Cardinale poses during red-carpet arrivals for a special tribute screening o.....
Italian actress Claudia Cardinale poses during red-carpet arrivals for a special tribute screening of late Italian director [Federico Fellini]'s "8 1/2" at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 20, 2003. Cannes pays tribute to [Fellini] 10 years after his death as the 12-day film festival continues on the French Riviera.
CARDINALE
RTXLYRR
May 20, 2003
Italian actress Claudia Cardinale smiles during red-carpet arrivals for a special tribute screening of...
Cannes, France
Italian actress Claudia Cardinale smiles during red-carpet arrivals for a special tribute screening .....
Italian actress Claudia Cardinale smiles during red-carpet arrivals for a special tribute screening of late Italian director [Federico Fellini]'s "8 1/2" at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 20, 2003. Cannes pays tribute to [Fellini] 10 years after his death as 12-day film festival continues on the French Riviera.
ARTS-CANNES
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May 20, 2003
ITALIAN ACTRESS CARDINALE POSES DURING ARRIVALS FOR FELLINI TRIBUTE
SCREENING OF "8 1/2" AT 56TH INTERNATIONAL...
Cannes, France (French Republic)
ITALIAN ACTRESS CARDINALE POSES DURING ARRIVALS FOR FELLINI TRIBUTE
SCREENING OF "8 1/2" AT 56TH ......
ITALIAN ACTRESS CARDINALE POSES DURING ARRIVALS FOR FELLINI TRIBUTE
SCREENING OF "8 1/2" AT 56TH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IN CANNES.

Italian actress Claudia Cardinale smiles during red-carpet arrivals for a
special tribute screening of late Italian director Federico Fellini's "8
1/2" at the 56th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 20, 2003. Cannes
pays tribute to Fellini 10 years after his death as 12-day film festival
continues on the French Riviera. PP03050073 REUTERS/John Schults
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