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BRITAIN-THATCHER/
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April 13, 2013
A windvane featuring a flying witch is held during an outdoor party celebrating the death of former British...
London, United Kingdom
A windvane featuring a flying witch is held during an outdoor party celebrating the death of former British...
A windvane featuring a flying witch is held during an outdoor party celebrating the death of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, at Trafalgar Square in central London April 13, 2013. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
ROYALS
RTXL1L3
February 08, 2002
Princess Anne takes photos at Windvane Hill above British explorer [Robert Scott's Terra Nova Hut], to...
Cape Evans, Antarctica
Princess Anne takes photos at Windvane Hill above British explorer [Robert Scott's Terra Nova Hut], .....
Princess Anne takes photos at Windvane Hill above British explorer [Robert Scott's Terra Nova Hut], to the three members who died from the 10 members of the Ross Sea Party who were standed at the hut when their ship "Aurora" was blown out to sea in 1915, at Cape Evans in Antarctica February 8, 2002. [Princess Anne is on a three day visit to the world's driest, coldest and windiest continent for the centenary celebrations of the arrival to Antarctica of British explorer Robert Scott and the launching of an international appeal to restore four historic huts of the early Antarctic explorers.]
ROYALS
RTXL1L0
February 08, 2002
Princess Anne stands beside a memorial at Windvane Hill above British explorer [Robert Scott's] Terra...
Windvane Hill, Antarctica
Princess Anne stands beside a memorial at Windvane Hill above British explorer [Robert Scott's] Terr.....
Princess Anne stands beside a memorial at Windvane Hill above British explorer [Robert Scott's] Terra Nova Hut, to the three members who died from the 10 members of the Ross Sea Party who were standed at the hut when their ship "Aurora" was blown out to sea in 1915, at Cape Evans in Antarctica February 8, 2002. [Princess Anne is on a three day visit to the world's driest, coldest and windiest continent for the centenary celebrations of the arrival to Antarctica of British explorer Robert Scott and the launching of an international appeal to restore four historic huts of the early Antarctic explorers.]
ENVIRONMENT ANTARCTICA
RTR19AC
February 08, 2002
Princess Anne takes photos at Windvane Hill above British explorer
Robert Scott's Terra Nova Hut, to...
Cape Evans, Antartica
PRINCESS ANNE TAKES PHOTOGRAPHS OUTSIDE SCOTT'S HUT AT CAPE EVANS IN
ANTARCTICA.
Princess Anne takes photos at Windvane Hill above British explorer
Robert Scott's Terra Nova Hut, to the three members who died from the
10 members of the Ross Sea Party who were standed at the hut when their
ship "Aurora" was blown out to sea in 1915, at Cape Evans in Antarctica
February 8, 2002. Princess Anne is on a three day visit to the world's
driest, coldest and windiest continent for the centenary celebrations
of the arrival to Antarctica of British explorer Robert Scott and the
launching of an international appeal to restore four historic huts of
the early Antarctic explorers. REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/PB
ENVIRONMENT ANTARCTICA
RTR198N
February 08, 2002
Princess Anne stands beside a memorial at Windvane Hill above British
explorer Robert Scott's Terra...
Windvane Hill, Antartica
PRINCESS ANNE STANDS BESIDE MEMORIAL AT CAPE EVANS IN ANTARCTICA.
Princess Anne stands beside a memorial at Windvane Hill above British
explorer Robert Scott's Terra Nova Hut, to the three members who died
from the 10 members of the Ross Sea Party who were standed at the hut
when their ship "Aurora" was blown out to sea in 1915, at Cape Evans in
Antarctica February 8, 2002. Princess Anne is on a three day visit to
the world's driest, coldest and windiest continent for the centenary
celebrations of the arrival to Antarctica of British explorer Robert
Scott and the launching of an international appeal to restore four
historic huts of the early Antarctic explorers. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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