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Images Dated 10th April 2008

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The Geometrical Ascent to the Galleries in the Colosseum, Regents Park, London, 1823 (1926) Featured 10 Apr 2008 Print

The Geometrical Ascent to the Galleries in the Colosseum, Regents Park, London, 1823 (1926)

The Geometrical Ascent to the Galleries in the Colosseum, Regent's Park, London, 1823 (1926). Regent's Park Colosseum was a vast, circular exhibition hall with a glazed cupola and a massive portico designed by Decimus Burton (at the time it was the largest building of its kind in the country). It was used for exhibitions and super panoramas, but after a time it went out of fashion as a place of recreation and in 1875 the building was pulled down and Cambridge Gate, a terrace of first class houses, replaced it. From Apollo magazine, volume IV, no 22, October 1926

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Rhodes, from the Heights near Sir Sidney Smiths Villa, 1841. Artist: W Wallis Featured 10 Apr 2008 Print

Rhodes, from the Heights near Sir Sidney Smiths Villa, 1841. Artist: W Wallis

Rhodes, from the Heights near Sir Sidney Smith's Villa, 1841. View from a house belonging to the British admiral, William Sidney Smith (1764-1840). Illustration from Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, Volume I, by John Carne, series of views drawn from nature by W H Bartlett, William Purser, and Thomas Allom, (Fisher, Son & Co, London, 1841-1842)

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Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841.Artist: Henry Adlard Featured 10 Apr 2008 Print

Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841.Artist: Henry Adlard

Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841. Riblah was an ancient town on the northern frontier of Israel, 35 miles north-east of Baalbec, and 10 or 12 south of Lake Homs, on the eastern bank of the Orontes, in a wide and fertile plain. From Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, volume I, by John Carne, published by Fisher, Son & Co. (London, 1841)

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