Ian Carr, Nucleus, Ronnie Scott's, Soho London, May 1991. Creator: Brian O'Connor
Ian Carr, Nucleus, Ronnie Scott's, Soho, London, May 1991.
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'Adelaide Show Grounds', 1901. Creator: Unknown
'Adelaide Show Grounds', 1901. The first agricultural show to translate European agriculture to a different climate was held in February 1844 and then until 1925 was held at the Exhibition Building on North Terrace, Adelaide. From "Federated Australia". [The Werner Company, London, 1901]
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Royal Albert Hall, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
The Royal Albert Hall, one of London's premier music venues since opened by Queen Victoria in 1871, not only staging concerts of all types but also well-knownfor the Proms, an annual summer happening of varying musical events, Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London, SW7, England.
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