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Background imageLargest Collection: Hereford World Map, c. 1280, 1944. Creator: Richard de Bello

Hereford World Map, c. 1280, 1944. Creator: Richard de Bello
Hereford World Map, c.1280, (1944). Detail showing the Mediterranean coast and the Nile Delta in northern Egypt. The lighthouse at Alexandria, complete with flames

Background imageLargest Collection: Chan Chan Trujillo Peru, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo

Chan Chan Trujillo Peru, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo
Wall Mural geometrical design in Chan Chan, the largest city of the pre-Columbian era in South America. It is now an archaeological site in La Libertad Region 5 kilometres (3.1mi) west of Trujillo

Background imageLargest Collection: The Duilio, Italian Ironclad, recently launched at Castellamare, Bay of Naples, 1876

The Duilio, Italian Ironclad, recently launched at Castellamare, Bay of Naples, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The Duilio, Italian Ironclad, recently launched at Castellamare, Bay of Naples, 1876. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. H. Cooke, of Rome

Background imageLargest Collection: The R.M.S. Oceanic, 1901. Creator: Norman Wilkinson

The R.M.S. Oceanic, 1901. Creator: Norman Wilkinson
The R.M.S. Oceanic, 1901. RMS Oceanic was a transatlantic ocean liner built for the White Star Line. She sailed on her maiden voyage on 6 September 1899

Background imageLargest Collection: Borro Boedoor, 1845. Creator: William Purser

Borro Boedoor, 1845. Creator: William Purser
Borro Boedoor, 1845. View of Borobudur, a Mahayana Buddhist temple in central Java, Indonesia. Dating from the 9th century, it is the world's largest Buddhist temple

Background imageLargest Collection: The Great Chandelier by Defries in the International Exhibition, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Great Chandelier by Defries in the International Exhibition, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Great Chandelier by Defries in the International Exhibition, 1862. The largest chandelier in the world, made from...thousands of pieces of cut and polished glass

Background imageLargest Collection: The Pyramid of Cholula, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Pyramid of Cholula, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Pyramid of Cholula, 1890. The Great Pyramid of Cholula was an important religious and mythical centre in prehispanic times

Background imageLargest Collection: London Eye, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies

London Eye, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
London Eye, completed in 2000, once the largest ferris wheel in the world, now the 4th, although still considered the ‘ tallest cantilevered observation wheel, various architects

Background imageLargest Collection: The Largest of the Cedars, Mount Lebannon, 1857. Creator: Francis Frith

The Largest of the Cedars, Mount Lebannon, 1857. Creator: Francis Frith
The Largest of the Cedars, Mount Lebannon, 1857

Background imageLargest Collection: St. Marys Church, 1898. Creator: Unknown

St. Marys Church, 1898. Creator: Unknown
St. Marys Church, 1898. St Marys Church in Bury St Edmunds is one of the largest parish churches in England. Built in the 12th century with major renovations between 14th-16th centuries

Background imageLargest Collection: Winchester Cathedral, from the North-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Winchester Cathedral, from the North-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Winchester Cathedral, from the North-West, 1898. Winchester Cathedral is Grade I listed and one of the largest cathedrals in Europe, restoration work was carried out by T. G. Jackson in 1905-12

Background imageLargest Collection: The Wiener Tor, Hainburg an der Donau, Lower Austria, c1935. Creator: Unknown

The Wiener Tor, Hainburg an der Donau, Lower Austria, c1935. Creator: Unknown
The Wiener Tor, Hainburg an der Donau, Lower Austria, c1935. The Wiener Tor (Vienna Gate), built in the 13th century, is the largest medieval gate in Europe

Background imageLargest Collection: Crypt of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, late 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Crypt of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Crypt of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, late 19th century. The crypt, constructed in 1172-1173, is the largest cathedral crypt (63.4 metres long) in Britain or Ireland

Background imageLargest Collection: The Great Telescope constructed by Lord Rosse, 1828-1845, 1901. Creator: Unknown

The Great Telescope constructed by Lord Rosse, 1828-1845, 1901. Creator: Unknown
The Great Telescope constructed by Lord Rosse, 1828-1845, (1901). Irish astronomer and engineer William Parsons, 3rd Earl of Rosse (1800-1867)

Background imageLargest Collection: Cologne Cathedral, from the East, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Cologne Cathedral, from the East, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Cologne Cathedral, from the East, 1890. Construction began in 1248 and was halted in 1473, unfinished. Work began again in 1840s, and the edifice was completed to its original Medieval plan in 1880

Background imageLargest Collection: Geneva, Looking Towards The Lake, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Geneva, Looking Towards The Lake, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Geneva, Looking Towards The Lake, 1890. Lake Geneva is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe and the largest on the course of the Rhone. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History, Vol

Background imageLargest Collection: The Great Dining Hall, Windsor Hotel, said to be the finest in the World, Montreal, Canada, 1894

The Great Dining Hall, Windsor Hotel, said to be the finest in the World, Montreal, Canada, 1894. The Windsor Hotel opened in 1878, and counted some famous names among its guests

Background imageLargest Collection: Dining Hall, Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga, Largest Dining Hall in the World, 1882

Dining Hall, Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga, Largest Dining Hall in the World, 1882. The Grand Union Hotel at Saratoga Springs, New York state, was the worlds largest hotel

Background imageLargest Collection: The Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico, 1895. Creator: Unknown

The Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico, 1895. Creator: Unknown
The Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico, 1895. The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heavens was built in sections from 1573 to 1813

Background imageLargest Collection: The Cathedral, Seville, Spain, 1895. Creator: W &s Ltd

The Cathedral, Seville, Spain, 1895. Creator: W &s Ltd
The Cathedral, Seville, Spain, 1895. The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See supplanted the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople as the largest cathedral in the world when it was completed in the early 16th

Background imageLargest Collection: The Colosseum, Rome, Italy, 1895. Creator: W &s Ltd

The Colosseum, Rome, Italy, 1895. Creator: W &s Ltd
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy, 1895. The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, was completed in 80 AD and is the largest amphitheatre ever built

Background imageLargest Collection: The Great Square, Mexico, 1845. Creator: Unknown

The Great Square, Mexico, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Great Square, Mexico, 1845. View of the Zocalo and the Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico. The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heavens was built in

Background imageLargest Collection: Sogne Fiord, Norway, late 19th century, (1914). Creator: Adelsteen Normann

Sogne Fiord, Norway, late 19th century, (1914). Creator: Adelsteen Normann
Sogne Fiord, Norway, late 19th century, (1914). View of Sognefjord, the largest and deepest fjord in Norway. From " Bibbys Annual 1914", edited by Joseph Bibby. [J

Background imageLargest Collection: Junkers G. 38 plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Junkers G. 38 plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Junkers G.38 plane, 1920s, (1932). The G.38 was a German four-engined transport aircraft which flew commercially in Europe before World War II

Background imageLargest Collection: Dornier Do X II flying boat, 1920s, 1932. Creator: Unknown

Dornier Do X II flying boat, 1920s, 1932. Creator: Unknown
Dornier Do X II flying boat, 1920s, 1932. The Dornier Do X, produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929, was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful flying boat in the world at the time

Background imageLargest Collection: Dornier Do X I flying boat, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Dornier Do X I flying boat, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Dornier Do X I flying boat, 1920s, (1932). The Dornier Do X, produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929, was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful flying boat in the world at the time

Background imageLargest Collection: The Great Equatorial Telescope in the Dome, Greenwich Observatory, (c1878). Creator: Unknown

The Great Equatorial Telescope in the Dome, Greenwich Observatory, (c1878). Creator: Unknown
The Great Equatorial Telescope in the Dome, Greenwich Observatory, (c1878). The 28-inch Greenwich refracting telescope at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, south London

Background imageLargest Collection: Nat Marit Mus, 2007. Creator: Ethel Davies

Nat Marit Mus, 2007. Creator: Ethel Davies
Colonnade between the Queens House and the east wing of the National Maritime Museum, designed by Inigo Jones in the early 17th century, looking towards the Royal Naval College, Greenwich Park

Background imageLargest Collection: The Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico, c1900. Creator: Unknown

The Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico, c1900. Creator: Unknown
The Cathedral, Mexico City, Mexico, c1900. The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heavens was built in sections from 1573 to 1813

Background imageLargest Collection: The Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

The Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
The Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, c1900. The Auditorium Building was designed by Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler and completed in 1889

Background imageLargest Collection: Girard Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Girard Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Girard Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia, USA, c1900. The second Girard Avenue Bridge, built 1873-1874 in anticipation of the 1876 Centennial Exposition held in West Fairmount Park

Background imageLargest Collection: Place d Armes, Montreal, Canada, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Place d Armes, Montreal, Canada, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Place d Armes, Montreal, Canada, c1900. The Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal was the largest church in North America at the time of its completion in the 1840s

Background imageLargest Collection: The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Hemispherical cat's-eye, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Hemispherical cat's-eye, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Loan Collection, South-Kensington, 1862. Large hemispherical cat's-eye (supposed to. be the largest known). It is mounted in massive pure gold

Background imageLargest Collection: Largest perfect bell in the world, Mingun, Burma, 1908. Artist: Stereo Travel Co

Largest perfect bell in the world, Mingun, Burma, 1908. Artist: Stereo Travel Co
Largest perfect bell in the world, Mingun, Burma, 1908. Weighing 90 tons, the bell was cast in 1808-1810 for King Bodawpayas stupa, Mingun Pahtodawgyi

Background imageLargest Collection: The RMS Mauretania, 20th century

The RMS Mauretania, 20th century. RMS Mauretania, sister ship of the Lusitania, was an ocean liner built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Wallsend, Tyne and Wear

Background imageLargest Collection: Lake Tiberias, or the Sea of Galilee, Israel, 1841Artist: W Floyd

Lake Tiberias, or the Sea of Galilee, Israel, 1841Artist: W Floyd
Lake Tiberias, or the Sea of Galilee, Israel, 1841. From Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, volume III, by John Carne, published by Fisher, Son & Co. (London, 1841)

Background imageLargest Collection: The Basilica of Saint Peter, Rome, 1926

The Basilica of Saint Peter, Rome, 1926. The Basilica of Saint Peter is the largest religious building in the world and is often used by the Pope

Background imageLargest Collection: The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Artist: John Brown & Company

The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Artist: John Brown & Company
The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Built by John Brown & Co on Clydeside for the Cunard White Star Line, the 81

Background imageLargest Collection: The ocean liner RMS Berengaria, 20th century

The ocean liner RMS Berengaria, 20th century. The SS Imperator, later renamed RMS Berengaria, was the first of a trio of successively larger ocean liners that included the Vaterland

Background imageLargest Collection: The sovereigns returning thanks to God for the victory of Leipzig, 1816. Artist: T Wallis

The sovereigns returning thanks to God for the victory of Leipzig, 1816. Artist: T Wallis
The sovereigns returning thanks to God for the victory of Leipzig, 1816. The Battle of the Nations (or Battle of Leipzig)


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