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UN AFRICA ANNAN
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April 05, 2000
UN SECRETRARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN AND ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER D'ALEMA VISITS THE NERO'S IMPERIAL GOLDEN...
Rome, Italy
UN SECRETRARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN AND ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER D'ALEMA VISITS THE NERO'S IMPERIAL GOLDEN...
UN SECRETRARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN AND ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER D'ALEMA VISITS THE NERO'S IMPERIAL GOLDEN PALACE.


U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan (C) talks with Italian Culture Minister Giovanna Melandri (L) and Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema as they enter the octagonal dining room of Nero's Imperial Golden Palace in Rome April 5. Annan said on Wednesday the world could still save people from a devastating famine in the Horn of Africa provided it acted now.
NERO
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June 23, 1999
A woman walks in the octagonal dining room of Nero's Imperial Golden Palace in Rome June 23. Italian...
Rome, Italy
A woman walks in the octagonal dining room of Nero's Imperial Golden Palace in Rome June 23. Italian.....
A woman walks in the octagonal dining room of Nero's Imperial Golden Palace in Rome June 23. Italian archeologists said the ruins of Nero's Golden Palace, open after 20 years of restoration, show the mad, cruel, emperor as an intellectual and artistically sensitive man. Exacavations and restoration are far from complete as archeologists have so far explored only 150 of some 200 rooms, and of these only 32 will be open to the public from June 25. ??»
ITALY NERO
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June 23, 1999
A woman walks in the octagonal dining room of Nero's Imperial Golden Palace in Rome June 23. Italian...
Rome, Italy
A WOMAN WALKS IN THE OCTAGONAL ROOM OF THE GOLDEN PALACE IN ROME.
A woman walks in the octagonal dining room of Nero's Imperial Golden Palace in Rome June 23. Italian archeologists said the ruins of Nero's Golden Palace, open after 20 years of restoration, show the mad, cruel, emperor as an intellectual and artistically sensitive man. Exacavations and restoration are far from complete as archeologists have so far explored only 150 of some 200 rooms, and of these only 32 will be open to the public from June 25.

PC/JDP/KM
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July 06, 1998
Ong Teng Cheong, the President of the Republic of Singapore (C) and Yeo Chow Tong, Minister for Health...
United Kingdom
PRESIDENT OF SINGAPORE VISITS THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY.
Ong Teng Cheong, the President of the Republic of Singapore (C) and Yeo Chow Tong, Minister for Health and Enviroment (2R), are shown Christophers Wren's Octagon room by the director of the Old Royal Observatory Dr Kirsten Lippincott (2L), July 6. Cheong is on an official visit to Britain and he will have lunch with the Queen on July 8.

MC/SB
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November 09, 1997
Greek-Orthodox Patriarch Diodorus (C) is assisted by two priests as he blesses November 9 the large stone...
GREEK-ORTHODOX PATRIARCH BLESSES MARY'S CHURCH IN JERUSALEM
Greek-Orthodox Patriarch Diodorus (C) is assisted by two priests as he blesses November 9 the large stone which Christians believe marks the spot where Mary rested on her way to Bethlehem to give birth to Jesus. Israeli archaeologists have excavated the remains of a large octagonal church, dated to the fifth century A.D. with well preserved mosaic and marble floors, which surrounds the recently-discovered rock.

ISRAEL MARY
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November 09, 1997
Greek-Orthodox Patriarch Diodorus (C,L) and Israeli Antiquities Authority head Amir Drori (C,R) are flanked...
GREEK-ORTHODOX PATRIARCH AT SITE OF MARY CHURCH IN JERUSALEM
Greek-Orthodox Patriarch Diodorus (C,L) and Israeli Antiquities Authority head Amir Drori (C,R) are flanked by members of the press November 9 as they announce the discovery of the large stone, above which they are seated, which Christians believe marks the spot where Mary rested on her way to Bethlehem to give birth to Jesus. Israeli archaeologists have excavated the remains of a large octagonal church, dated to the fifth century A.D. with well preserved mosaic and marble floors, which surrounds the rock.

ISRAEL MARY
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November 09, 1997
A Greek-Orthodox priest inspects November 9 the large stone which Christians believe marks the spot where...
GREEK-ORTHODOX PRIEST AT SITE OF MARY CHURCH IN JERUSALEM
A Greek-Orthodox priest inspects November 9 the large stone which Christians believe marks the spot where Mary rested on her way to bethlehem to give birth to Jesus. Israeli archaeologists have excavated a large octagonal church, dated to the fifth century A.D. with well preserved mosaic and marble floors, which surrounds the rock.

ISRAEL MARY
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