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SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
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July 21, 2005
The pack of riders cycles over a bridge during the 189km (117 miles) 18th stage between Albi and Mende...
Albi, France
The pack of riders cycles over a bridge during the 18th stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race....
The pack of riders cycles over a bridge during the 189km (117 miles) 18th stage between Albi and Mende during the 92nd Tour de France cycling race, July 21, 2005. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard ISL/ABP
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRXXXT
July 21, 2005
The pack of riders cycles over a bridge during the 189km (117 miles) 18th stage between Albi and Mende...
Albi, France
The pack of riders cycles over a bridge during the 18th stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race....
The pack of riders cycles over a bridge during the 189km (117 miles) 18th stage between Albi and Mende during the 92nd Tour de France cycling race, July 21, 2005. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard ISL/ABP
GENOA
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January 10, 2004
An equestrian statue of legendary Italian military figure Guiseppe Garibaldi overlooks Piazza di Ferrari...
Genoa, Italy
EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF GUISEPPE GARIBALDI OVERLOOKS PIAZZA DI FERRARI IN GENOA.
An equestrian statue of legendary Italian military figure Guiseppe Garibaldi overlooks Piazza di Ferrari in Genoa, January 10, 2004. Together with the northern French city of Lille, Genoa has been designated a European City of Culture for 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Max Rossi PP04010034 MR/SN
ARGENTINA ARCHITECTURE
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September 15, 1999
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINA-ARCHITECTURE - A statue of late Argentine ballet dancers, Jose Neglia and...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINE ARCHITECTURE.
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINA-ARCHITECTURE - A statue of late Argentine ballet dancers, Jose Neglia and Norma Fontenla, stands in a fountain in front of one of the world's best opera houses, the Teatro Colon, shut for renovation, September 15. The theater, one of the foremost examples of 19th-Century eclecticism with characteristics of the Italian Renaissance but with German and French influence, is one of the 44 buildings being presented to UNESCO in a proposal that would see Buenos Aires named as South America's 14th UNESCO world heritage city.

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FEATURE
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September 15, 1999
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINA-ARCHITECTURE - One of the world's best known opera houses, the Teatro Colon,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINE ARCHITECTURE.
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINA-ARCHITECTURE - One of the world's best known opera houses, the Teatro Colon, remains shut for renovation in the center of Buenos Aires, September 15. The theater, one of the foremost examples of 19th-Century eclecticism with characteristics of the Italian Renaissance, but with German and French influence, is one of the 44 buildings being presented to UNESCO in a proposal that would see Buenos Aires named as South America's 14th UNESCO world heritage city.

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