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CLIMATE-ROSKILDE/
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June 30, 2009
An archway of green footprints welcomes visitors to the Climate Community, an environmentally-friendly...
Roskilde, Denmark
To match Reuters Life! CLIMATE-ROSKILDE/
An archway of green footprints welcomes visitors to the Climate Community, an environmentally-friendly camping spot at this year's Roskilde music festival, in this picture taken June 28, 2009. Music and partying are the main ingredients to a good rock festival, but Denmark's Roskilde Festival also aims to encourage guests to save the planet. One of Europe's largest rock music extravaganzas has created an environmentally friendly campsite for this year's event which starts on Thursday and comes six months before the United Nations' climate conference in the Danish capital Copenhagen. Picture taken June 28, 2009. To match Reuters Life! CLIMATE-ROSKILDE/ REUTERS/Henriette Jacobsen (DENMARK ENTERTAINMENT ENVIRONMENT)
DENMARK-MUSIC/FESTIVAL
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July 07, 2007
Pete Townshend of the British pop band The Who performs at the Roskilde Festival July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Torben...
Roskilde, Denmark
Pete Townshend of the British pop band The Who performs at the Roskilde Festival
Pete Townshend of the British pop band The Who performs at the Roskilde Festival July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix (DENMARK) DENMARK OUT NO COMMERCIAL SALES
DENMARK-MUSIC/FESTIVAL
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July 07, 2007
Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the British pop band The Who, performs at the Roskilde Festival July 7,...
Roskilde, Denmark
Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the British pop band The Who, performs at the Roskilde Festival
Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the British pop band The Who, performs at the Roskilde Festival July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix (DENMARK) DENMARK OUT NO COMMERCIAL SALES
DENMARK/
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July 01, 2007
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough (the Sea Stallion of Glendalough), a replica of a Viking warship,...
Roskilde, Denmark
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough sets out from the Viking Museum in Roskilde
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough (the Sea Stallion of Glendalough), a replica of a Viking warship, sets out from the Viking Museum in Roskilde July 1, 2007. The ship is on a voyage to Dublin, where it is scheduled to arrive August 14. The ship is a reconstruction of the Skuldelev 2-wreck, which was excavated in Roskilde Fjord 50 years ago. REUTERS/Scanpix/Bjarke Orsted (DENMARK) DENMARK OUT NO COMMERCIAL SALES
DENMARK/
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July 01, 2007
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough (the Sea Stallion of Glendalough), a replica of a Viking warship,...
Roskilde, Denmark
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough sets out from the Viking Museum in Roskilde
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough (the Sea Stallion of Glendalough), a replica of a Viking warship, sets out from the Viking Museum in Roskilde July 1, 2007. The ship is on a voyage to Dublin, where it is scheduled to arrive August 14. The ship is a reconstruction of the Skuldelev 2-wreck, which was excavated in Roskilde Fjord 50 years ago. REUTERS/Scanpix/Bjarke Orsted (DENMARK) DENMARK OUT NO COMMERCIAL SALES
DENMARK/
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July 01, 2007
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough (the Sea Stallion of Glendalough), a replica of a Viking warship,...
Roskilde, Denmark
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough sets out from the Viking Museum in Roskilde
The Viking ship Havhingsten af Glendalough (the Sea Stallion of Glendalough), a replica of a Viking warship, sets out from the Viking Museum in Roskilde July 1, 2007. The ship is on a voyage to Dublin, where it is scheduled to arrive August 14. The ship is a reconstruction of the Skuldelev 2-wreck, which was excavated in Roskilde Fjord 50 years ago. REUTERS/Scanpix/Bjarke Orsted (DENMARK) DENMARK OUT NO COMMERCIAL SALES
DENMARK
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October 12, 2006
The Coffin of Danish soldier Martin Hjorth, killed on duty in Basra, Iraq on October 5, is carried out...
Roskilde, Denmark
Coffin of Danish soldier Martin Hjorth, killed on duty in Basra, Iraq on October 5, is carried out of...
The Coffin of Danish soldier Martin Hjorth, killed on duty in Basra, Iraq on October 5, is carried out of the military airplane after its arrival to Roskilde Airport, west of Copenhagen, October 12, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
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September 24, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II (L) and her husband Prince Henrik arrive at a memorial service for Empress...
Roskilde, Denmark
Danish Queen and her husband arrive for reburial ceremony of Russian Empress Maria Fyodor in Roskilde...
Danish Queen Margrethe II (L) and her husband Prince Henrik arrive at a memorial service for Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, in Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
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September 24, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II holds her hat as she and her husband Prince Henrik watch the casket of Empress...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Queen and her family watch as casket of Russian Empress leaves cathedral in Roskilde
Danish Queen Margrethe II holds her hat as she and her husband Prince Henrik watch the casket of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, as it is taken from Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
RTR1HO89
September 24, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II holds her hat as she and her husband Prince Henrik watch the casket of Empress...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Queen and her family watch as casket of Russian Empress leaves cathedral in Roskilde
Danish Queen Margrethe II holds her hat as she and her husband Prince Henrik watch the casket of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, as it is taken from Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
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September 24, 2006
Danish Prince Henrik (L) greets Australian-born Crown Princess Mary at a memorial service for Empress...
Roskilde, Denmark
Danish Prince Henrik greets Crown Princess Mary at reburial ceremony of Russian Empress Maria Fyodor...
Danish Prince Henrik (L) greets Australian-born Crown Princess Mary at a memorial service for Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, in Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
RTR1HO84
September 24, 2006
Danish Crown Princess Mary (C) is seated next to her husband Crown Prince Frederik (R) and his brother...
Roskilde, Denmark
Danish Crown Princess Mary attends the reburial ceremony of Russian Empress Maria Fyodor in Roskilde
Danish Crown Princess Mary (C) is seated next to her husband Crown Prince Frederik (R) and his brother Prince Joachim at a memorial service for Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, in Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
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September 24, 2006
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried...
Roskilde, Denmark
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried...
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried from Roskilde Cathedral followed by Danish Queen Margrethe II and her husband Prince Henrik near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
RTR1HO81
September 24, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II (R) and her husband Prince Henrik attend a memorial service for Empress Maria...
Roskilde, Denmark
Danish Queen and her husband attend reburial ceremony of Russian Empress Maria Fyodor in Roskilde
Danish Queen Margrethe II (R) and her husband Prince Henrik attend a memorial service for Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, in Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
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September 24, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II (L) and her husband Prince Henrik (2nd R) are accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Queen and her family watch as casket of Russian Empress leaves cathedral in Roskilde
Danish Queen Margrethe II (L) and her husband Prince Henrik (2nd R) are accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik (R) and his Australian-born wife Princess Mary Elizabeth as the casket of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is taken from Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK-RUSSIA
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September 24, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II holds her hat (C) as she and her husband Prince Henrik watch the casket of...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Queen and her family watch as casket of Russian Empress leaves cathedral in Roskilde
Danish Queen Margrethe II holds her hat (C) as she and her husband Prince Henrik watch the casket of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, as it is taken from Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. Picture taken September 23, 2006. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA REBURIAL
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September 23, 2006
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik (L) and his father Prince Henrik read the program during a church service...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Crown Prince and his father attend reburial ceremony for Empress Fyodorovna in Roskilde
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik (L) and his father Prince Henrik read the program during a church service to mark the reburial of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, at Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
RTR1HNH6
September 23, 2006
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik (R) and his Australian-born wife Crown Princess Mary attend a church...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik and his Australian-born wife Crown Princess Mary attend church service...
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik (R) and his Australian-born wife Crown Princess Mary attend a church service to mark the reburial of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, at Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
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September 23, 2006
A military member of the Russian delegation takes pictures during the reburial ceremony for Empress Maria...
Roskilde, Denmark
Military member of Russian delegation takes pictures during reburial ceremony for Empress Fyodorovna...
A military member of the Russian delegation takes pictures during the reburial ceremony for Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, at Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The remains of the empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
RTR1HNGO
September 23, 2006
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried...
Roskilde, Denmark
Casket containing remains of Empress Fyodorovna is carried from cathedral in Roskilde
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried from Roskilde Cathedral, followed by Danish Queen Margrethe II and her husband Prince Henrik near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
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September 23, 2006
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, lies next...
Roskilde, Denmark
Casket containing remains of Empress Fyodorovna lies in cathedral in Roskilde
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, lies next to the Danish Royal family at the Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
RTR1HNG1
September 23, 2006
The Danish Royal family watches as a casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother...
Roskilde, Denmark
Danish Royal family watches as casket containing remains of Empress Fyodorovna is carried from Roskilde...
The Danish Royal family watches as a casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried from Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
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September 23, 2006
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, lies next...
Roskilde, Denmark
Casket containing remains of Empress Fyodorovna lies next to Danish Royal family during reburial service...
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, lies next to the Danish Royal family during a reburial service at Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The empress will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
RTR1HNB6
September 23, 2006
Danish Queen Margrethe II (L) and her husband Prince Henrik (2nd L) are accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik...
Roskilde, Denmark
Denmark's Queen and her family leave reburial ceremony for mother of Russia's last tsar in Roskilde
Danish Queen Margrethe II (L) and her husband Prince Henrik (2nd L) are accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik (R) and his Australian-born wife Princess Mary Elizabeth following a church service to mark the reburial of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The Empress' remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA
RTR1HN9U
September 23, 2006
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried...
Roskilde, Denmark
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna is carried from cathedral in Roskilde
The casket containing the remains of Empress Maria Fyodorovna, mother of Russia's last tsar, is carried from Roskilde Cathedral near Copenhagen September 23, 2006. The remains will be reburied in a crypt next to that of Alexander III in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg on September 28. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK)
DENMARK
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September 23, 2006
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary (C) leave the Roskilde Cathedral after a re-burial...
Roskilde, Denmark
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary leave the Roskilde Cathedral
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary (C) leave the Roskilde Cathedral after a re-burial ceremony of Danish Princess Dagmar (1847-1928), also known as the second last Empress of Russia, Maria Fedorovna, September 23, 2006 . NO THIRD PARTY SALES DENMARK OUT SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix (DENMARK)
DENMARK RUSSIA REBURIAL
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September 23, 2006
Danish (L) and Russian guards stand by the sarcophagus of Empress Maria Fyodorovna (born as Princess...
Roskilde, United Kingdom
Danish (L) and Russian guards stand by the sarcophagus of Empress Maria Fyodorovna (born as Princess Dagmar), mother of Russia's last tsar, Nicholas II, in the Roskilde Cathedral September 23, 2006, at the beginning of a re-burial ceremony. The remains of the Empress will be moved from Denmark to Russia on Saturday, finally fulfilling her wish to rest next to her late husband, Tsar Alexander III. DENMARK OUT SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES. REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix (DENMARK)
DENMARK
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September 19, 2006
The sarcophagus of Danish Princess Dagmar (1847-1928) is displayed in Roskilde Cathedral in this 1928...
Roskilde, Denmark
File photo of the sarcophagus of Danish Princess Dagmar in Roskilde Cathedral
The sarcophagus of Danish Princess Dagmar (1847-1928) is displayed in Roskilde Cathedral in this 1928 file photo. The body of Princess Dagmar, who was burried in Roskilde Cathedral in 1928, will be moved to the Peter Paul Cathedral in Sct. Petersburg September 23, 2006. NO THIRD PARTY SALES NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT SWEDEN OUT REUTERS/Scanpix Denmark files (DENMARK)
DENMARK
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August 04, 2006
The replica of a Viking ship, the 30 m long Havhingsten (Seastallion), sails into the fjord of Roskilde,...
Roskilde, Denmark
The replica of a Viking ship, the 30 m long Havhingsten (Seastallion), sails into the fjord of Roskilde...
The replica of a Viking ship, the 30 m long Havhingsten (Seastallion), sails into the fjord of Roskilde, after a trip to Oslo and Tonsberg in Norway, August 4, 2006. Havhingsten from Glendalough, has 65 men onboard and the trip was a preparation for the 2007 event of sailing to Dublin, Ireland. SWEDEN OUT DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES. REUTERS/Jens Norgaard Larsen/Scanpix
DENMARK
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August 04, 2006
The replica of a Viking ship, the 30 m long Havhingsten (Seastallion), sails into the fjord of Roskilde,...
Roskilde, Denmark
The replica of a Viking ship, the 30 m long Havhingsten (Seastallion), sails into the fjord of Roskilde...
The replica of a Viking ship, the 30 m long Havhingsten (Seastallion), sails into the fjord of Roskilde, after a trip to Oslo and Tonsberg in Norway, August 4, 2006. Havhingsten from Glendalough, has 65 men onboard and the trip was a preparation for the 2007 event of sailing to Dublin, Ireland. SWEDEN OUT DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES. REUTERS/Jens Norgaard Larsen/Scanpix
DENMARK
RTR1F4M2
July 02, 2006
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY...
Roskilde, Denmark
Musician Roger Waters performs at Roskilde Festival in Denmark
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix
DENMARK
RTR1F4M1
July 02, 2006
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY...
Roskilde, Denmark
Musician Roger Waters performs at Roskilde Festival in Denmark
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix
DENMARK
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July 02, 2006
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY...
Roskilde, Denmark
Musician Roger Waters performs at Roskilde Festival in Denmark
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix
DENMARK
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June 30, 2006
U.S. musician Bob Dylan plays the organ during the Roskilde Festival in Denmark June 30, 2006. The festival,...
Roskilde, Denmark
US musician Bob Dylan plays organ during Roskilde Festival in Denmark
U.S. musician Bob Dylan plays the organ during the Roskilde Festival in Denmark June 30, 2006. The festival, one of the biggest rock festivals in northern Europe, includes performances by Morrissey and Roger Waters. NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Peter Elmholt/Scanpix (DENMARK)
DENMARK
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June 29, 2006
Lead singer Matt Heafy (L) of the American band Trivium performs on the first day of the Roskilde Festival...
Roskilde, Denmark
Lead singer Matt Heafy of the American band Trivium performs on the first day of the Roskilde Festival...
Lead singer Matt Heafy (L) of the American band Trivium performs on the first day of the Roskilde Festival some 30 kms (18.64 miles) west of Copenhagen, June 29 2006 . NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT SWEDEN OUT REUTERS/Kaare Smith/Scanpix (DENMARK)
DENMARK
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May 13, 2004
Japanese Emperor Akihito's oldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito (C), visits the Danish Museum for Viking...
Roskilde, Denmark - Kingdom of
JAPANESE CROWN PRINCE NARUHITO VISITS MUSEUM IN DENMARK.
Japanese Emperor Akihito's oldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito (C), visits the Danish Museum for Viking ships in Roskilde, south of Copenhagen, May 13, 2004 .The Crown Prince is in Denmark to attend the wedding of Mary Donaldson and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark on Friday. DENMARK OUT SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT REUTERS/Jens Noergaard Larsen/SCANPIX tch//JV
DENMARK
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June 26, 2003
Drummer Lars Ulrich of the Heavy Metal group "Metallica" performs on
stage at the "Orange Scene" on...
Roskilde, Denmark - Kingdom of
LARS ULRICH OF METALLICA PERFORMS ON STAGE AT ROSKILDE FESTIVAL.
Drummer Lars Ulrich of the Heavy Metal group "Metallica" performs on
stage at the "Orange Scene" on the opening day of the Roskilde Festival
2003 in Denmark June 26, 2003. Roskilde Festival is the largest North
European music festival and has existed since 1971.
(SWEDEN/NORWAY/DENMARK OUT) REUTERS/SCANPIX/Carl Redhead

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DENMARK
RTRPUXB
June 26, 2003
Lead singer and guitarist James Hatfield of Heavy Metal group
"Metallica" performs on stage at the "Orange...
Roskilde, Denmark - Kingdom of
JAMES HATFILED OF METALLICA PEFORMS DURING ORANGE SCENE AT ROSKILDE
FESTIVAL IN DENMARK.
Lead singer and guitarist James Hatfield of Heavy Metal group
"Metallica" performs on stage at the "Orange Scene" on the opening day
of the Roskilde Festival 2003, in Denmark June 26, 2003. Roskilde
Festival is the largest North European music festival and has existed
since 1971. (SWEDEN/NORWAY/DENMARK OUT) REUTERS/SCANPIX/Carl Redhead

Carl Redhead
ROYALS
RTXK4IL
November 14, 2000
Danish Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik (Right of the picture) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik (Right of the picture) follow Queen Mother Ingr.....
Danish Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik (Right of the picture) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried by a hearse drawn by four brown horses through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde [next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.]
ROYALS
RTXK4IK
November 14, 2000
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe (R) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe (R) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is ca.....
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe (R) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried by a hearse drawn by four brown horses through Copenhagen's city centre November 14, 2000. Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde [next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.]
ROYALS
RTXK4IJ
November 14, 2000
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Queen...
Copenhagen, Denmark
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Quee.....
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin while as it is carried through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriege and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde [next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.]
QUEEN MOTHER FUNERAL
RTRAQX2
November 14, 2000
Danish Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik (Right of the picture) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR DANISH QUEEN MOTHER INGRID IN COPENHAGEN.
Danish Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik (Right of the picture) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried by a hearse drawn by four brown horses through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.

FP/FMS
QUEEN MOTHER FUNERAL
RTRAQW2
November 14, 2000
Danish Queen Margrethe (L) and her husband Prince Henrik (2L) watch Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH QUEEN MOTHER INGRID FUNERAL PROCESSION IN COPENHAGEN.
Danish Queen Margrethe (L) and her husband Prince Henrik (2L) watch Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried out of the Christiansborg Palace Chapel to a hearse drawn by four brown horses through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Queen Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.

FP/CRB
DENMARK PEOPLE QUEENMOTHER
RTRAQVB
November 14, 2000
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe (R) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH QUEEN MOTHER INGRID FUNERAL PROCESSION IN COPENHAGEN.
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe (R) follow Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried by a hearse drawn by four brown horses through Copenhagen's city centre November 14, 2000. Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.

FP/FMS
DENMARK PEOPLE QUEENMOTHER
RTRAQV4
November 14, 2000
Danes line the streets as Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin is carried through Copenhagen's city...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH QUEEN MOTHER INGRID FUNERAL PROCESSION IN COPENHAGEN.
Danes line the streets as Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin is carried through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Queen Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.

FP/CRB
QUEEN MOTHER FUNERAL
RTRAQTS
November 14, 2000
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Queen...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH QUEEN MOTHER INGRID FUNERAL PROCESSION IN COPENHAGEN.
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin while as it is carried through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Denmark's Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriege and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.

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PEOPLE DENMARK QUEENMOTHER
RTRAQSW
November 14, 2000
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Queen...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH QUEEN MOTHER INGRID FUNERAL PROCESSION IN COPENHAGEN.
(L-R) Danish Crown Prince Frederik, Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik follow Danish Queen Mother Ingrid's coffin as it is carried through Copenhagen's city centre on November 14, 2000. Queen Ingrid's coffin, which rested for three days at Christiansborg Chapel, was carried to Copenhagen's main railway station in a horse-drawn carriage and will travel by a steam train to her final resting place at Roskilde next to her husband King Frederik, who died in 1972.

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DENMARK
RTR5W1O
July 02, 2000
Heny Rollins performs at the Roskilde Festival July 2. The festival has been marred by the deaths of...
Roskilde, Denmark
HENRY ROLLINS PERFORMS AT THE ROSKILDE FESTIVAL.
Heny Rollins performs at the Roskilde Festival July 2. The festival has been marred by the deaths of eigth people who were killed during an earlier concert by U.S. band Pearl Jam. The disaster occurred in muddy and rainy conditions just before midnight on Friday. Earlier the police put the death toll at nine, saying all the victims were men. Twenty-six needed hospital treatment with one reported in a serious condition. Police said they identified five of the eight dead men as two Danes, one Swede, one German and a Dutchman. Police said the crowd, estimated by witnesses at 50,000, pressed forward uncontrollably, crushing the victims against the open-air stage at the annual outdoor Roskilde summer rock festival near the Danish capital Copenhagen.

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DENMARK ROCK
RTR5W14
July 02, 2000
The audience listens to the performance of Henry Rollins July 2 at Roskilde Festival. Eight people died,...
Roskilde, Denmark
FANS GATHER FOR CONCERT AT ROSKILDE FESTIVAL 2000.
The audience listens to the performance of Henry Rollins July 2 at Roskilde Festival. Eight people died, crushed to death, when the crowd surged forward as U.S. group Pearl Jam performed late June 30 at the annual Roskilde summer rock festival near Copenhagen. A further 26 people were treated in hospital.

ME
DISASTER ROCK DENMARK
RTR15J1C
July 01, 2000
Ambulances arrive at an outdoor rock music festival in Roskilde, 30 kilometres west of Copenhagen, where...
Roskilde, Denmark
AMBULANCES ARRIVE AT OUTDOOR ROCK FESTIVAL IN DENMARK WHERE 8 PEOPLE CRUSHED TO DEATH.
Ambulances arrive at an outdoor rock music festival in Roskilde, 30 kilometres west of Copenhagen, where eight fans were trampled to death late Friday June 30 when the crowd surged toward the stage where US rock band Pearl Jam was playing. In a statment Pearl Jam called the disaster a "horrible nightmare" and said they were devasted by the deaths.

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DENMARK - CONCERT DEATHS
RTRZ2BK
July 01, 2000
Music fans grieve and pray during a memorial service at the Roskilde outdoor music festival July 1. Eight...
Roskilde, UK
MUSIC FANS PRAY FOR VICTIMS AT ROSKILDE.
Music fans grieve and pray during a memorial service at the Roskilde outdoor music festival July 1. Eight people died, crushed to death, when the crowd surged forward as U.S. group Pearl Jam performed late June 30 at the annual Roskilde summer rock festival near Copenhagen. A further 26 people were treated in hospital.

ME
DENMARK - CONCERT DEATHS
RTRZ220
July 01, 2000
A view of the stage at the Roskilde outdoor music festival July 1. Eight people died, crushed to death,...
Roskilde, UK
VIEW OF CORDONNED OFF STAGE AT ROSKILDE.
A view of the stage at the Roskilde outdoor music festival July 1. Eight people died, crushed to death, when the crowd surged forward as U.S. group Pearl Jam performed late June 30 at the annual Roskilde summer rock festival near Copenhagen. A further 26 people were treated in hospital.

NS/
DISASTER ROCK DENMARK
RTR5V5N
July 01, 2000
Festival workers stand in silence, July 1, in honour of eight rock music fans who were crushed to death...
Roskilde, Denmark
WORKERS STAND IN SILENCE FOLLWONG DEATHS AT ROSKILDE SUMMER FESTIVAL.
Festival workers stand in silence, July 1, in honour of eight rock music fans who were crushed to death as they attended the Roskilde summer music festival late June 30. Eight people died when the crowd watching U.S. group Pearl jam surged forward crushing those at the front June 30. Twenty-six people were also treated for injuries in hospital.

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DENMARK CONCERT DEATHS
RTR5UXK
July 01, 2000
An unidentified festival goer wipes away tears during the Roskilde outdoor summer music festival late...
Roskilde, Denmark
DENMARK CONCERT DEATHS.
An unidentified festival goer wipes away tears during the Roskilde outdoor summer music festival late June 30. Eight people were crushed to death when fans surgedtowards the stage during a performance by U.S. group Pearl Jam. Another 26 people were treated in hospital.

bri/bri/BB
DISASTER ROCK DENMARK
RTR5UWM
July 01, 2000
An unidentified fan comforts another as festival goers mourn the death of eight fans who were crushed...
Roskilde, Denmark
FANS MOURN DEATH OF 8 AT ROSKILDE OPEN AIR MUSCI FESTIVAL.
An unidentified fan comforts another as festival goers mourn the death of eight fans who were crushed to death late Friday June 30, in Roskilde, 30 kilometres west of Copenhagen. As US group Pearl Jam were performing the crowd surged toward the stage crushing to death eight people and injuring another 26.

bri/BB
DISASTER ROCK DENMARK
RTR5USO
July 01, 2000
Police arrive at an outdoor rock music festival in Roskilde, 30 kilometres west of Copenhagen, after...
Roskilde, UK
DANISH POLICE AT MUSIC FESTIVAL WHERE 8 CRUSHED TO DEATH.
Police arrive at an outdoor rock music festival in Roskilde, 30 kilometres west of Copenhagen, after eight fans were crushed to death late Friday June 30. The tragedy occurred when the crowd surged forward during a performance by U.S. group Pearl Jam.

BB
DISASTER ROCK DENMARK
RTR5US6
July 01, 2000
Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder (front) performs June 30 at an outdoor rock music festival in Roskilde, 30 kilometres...
Roskilde, Denmark
US BAND PEARL JAM PERFORM IN DENMARK.
Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder (front) performs June 30 at an outdoor rock music festival in Roskilde, 30 kilometres west of Copenhagen. Eight fans were trampled to death late Friday when the crowd surged toward the stage where Pearl Jam was playing.

NS
DENMARK
RTRQCSM
July 03, 1999
Rock fans from all over Europe watch and listen to British band Skunk Anansie in the evening of July...
Roskilde, Denmark
ROCK FANS WATCH BRITISH BAND SKUNK ANASIE PERFORM AT ROSKILDE FESTIVAL.
Rock fans from all over Europe watch and listen to British band Skunk Anansie in the evening of July 2 during the second day of the Roskilde Festival some 30 kilometers west of Copenhagen. 65.000 fans have bought tickets to the biggest rock festival in northern Europe.

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DENMARK/
RTR1VWKT
September 12, 1996
A Danish policeman looks over the scene after a Hell's Angels clubhouse in a sleepy seaside town was...
Roskilde, Denmark
A DANISH POLICEMAN LOOKS OVER A HELL'S ANGELS CLUBHOUSE AFTER A CAR BOMB EXPLOSION
A Danish policeman looks over the scene after a Hell's Angels clubhouse in a sleepy seaside town was targeted by a car bomb September 12, 1996. The bomb, which caused no injuries, was the second in ten days and the latest blow in a Nordic war between the Hell's Angels motorcycle gang and the rival Bandidos which has killed six people in two years.
DENMARK BIKERS
BRITAIN SEX PISTOLS
RTRQEDI
June 29, 1996
Twenty-five years after making their mark as the official scourge of
royalty, the legendary British...
Roskilde, United States of America
FILE PHOTO OF SEX PISTOLS LEAD SINGER JOHNNY ROTTEN.
Twenty-five years after making their mark as the official scourge of
royalty, the legendary British punk band the "Sex Pistols" may regroup
to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee, a tour promoter said December 18,
2001. The gigs would take place on June 3, when Queen Elizabeth
celebrates 50 years on the throne. Lead singer Johnny Rotten is shown
in a file photo June 29, 1996 performing in Roskilde, Denmark.
REUTERS/Thomas Soendergaard/File Photo

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