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Images Dated 30th April 2007

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Choose from 149 pictures in our Images 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

Arc de Triomphe, Paris, late 19th century.Artist: John L Stoddard

Arc de Triomphe, Paris, late 19th century. One of the Parisian triumphal arches designed in Neoclassical style to recall the monumental architecture of Ancient Rome, the Arc de Triomphe was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate his victory at the Battle of Austerlitz. It was finally completed in the 1830s. Photograph from Portfolio of Photographs, of Famous Scenes, Cities and Paintings by John L Stoddard, published by the Werner Company, (Chicago, c1899)

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Featured 30 Apr 2007 Print

Hotel de Ville, Paris, late 19th century. Artist: John L Stoddard

Hotel de Ville, Paris, late 19th century. The city hall of Paris, the Hotel de Ville was built in 1871. From the exterior it is a faithful reproduction of the building burnt down by extremists during the Paris Commune in 1871. The building houses the offices of the Mayor of Paris and has been the scene of historic events including the declaration of the Third Republic and Charles de Gaulle's speech following the liberation of Paris in 1944. Photograph from Portfolio of Photographs, of Famous Scenes, Cities and Paintings by John L Stoddard, published by the Werner Company, (Chicago, c1899)

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Featured 30 Apr 2007 Print

George Washington's home, Mount Vernon, Virginia, late 19th century. Artist: John L Stoddard

George Washington's home, Mount Vernon, Virginia, late 19th century. This plantation on the banks of the Potomac River was inherited by George Washington from his sister-in-law in 1759. Washington had the house rebuilt as it appears today and operated the estate as five separate farms. After the War of Independence he returned to Mount Vernon and resided there for a considerable amount of time during his two terms as President. After Washington's death the fortunes of the estate declined until, in 1860 it was acquired by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, who restored it. Today Mount Vernon is a popular tourist attraction. Photograph from Portfolio of Photographs, of Famous Scenes, Cities and Paintings by John L Stoddard, published by the Werner Company, (Chicago, c1899)

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