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Pictures Dated 30th April 2007

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Choose from 156 pictures in our Pictures Dated 30th April 2007 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured 30 Apr 2007 Print

Lady Godiva rides through Coventry, (19th century).Artist: JB Allen

Lady Godiva rides through Coventry, (19th century). Godiva or Godgifu (990-1067) is popularly believed to have ridden naked through the streets of Coventry in England. This Victorian version coyly shows her wearing a diaphanous veil.

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Featured 30 Apr 2007 Print

The sitting of the Congress of Berlin, 1878. Artist: Unknown

The sitting of the Congress of Berlin, 1878. The Congress of Berlin was a meeting of the leading statesmen of the European Great Powers and the Ottoman Empire in Berlin in 1878. In the wake of the Russo-Turkish War (1877-78), the meeting's aim was to reorganise the countries of the Balkans. Otto von Bismarck, who led the Congress, undertook to balance the distinct interests of Britain, Russia and Austria-Hungary. As a consequence, however, differences between Russia and Austria-Hungary intensified, as did the nationality question in the Balkans.

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Featured 30 Apr 2007 Print

Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland, late 19th century. Artist: John L Stoddard

Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland, late 19th century. The palace of Holyroodhouse served as the principal residence of the kings and queens of Scotland from the 15th century. The palace in its present form dates from the reign of Charles II who had it rebuuilt after it was destroyed by fire when Oliver Cromwell and his troops visited Edinburgh in 1650. Today the Queen uses Holyrood as her residence when on state visits to Scotland.

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