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1243-526 - Aerial drone panoramic view of the historic Centre of Evora, a city with roots in Roman times, with its golden age in the 15th century when the residence of the Portuguese kings, Evora, Alentejo, Portugal, Europe
860-292474 - Giant Seychelles tortoise (Aldabrachelys gigantea), Turtle island, Prison island, Zanzibar. This island was used as a prison for slaves, and four giant Seychelles tortoises were introduced. Today, they are protected from poachers, and the oldest are between 170 and 200 years old.
860-292046 - Alignment of statue-menhirs at I Stantari. Cauria megalithic site, located in the commune of Sartene in southern Corsica. The site was occupied from the Early Neolithic to the end of the Bronze Age. Some ten statue-menhirs can be seen in two alignments, on which reliefs (swords, belts, loincloths, faces, arms and hands) can be distinguished.
1358-66 - The Long Man of Wilmington, an Iron Age hill figure, looks down on the parched brown fields of drought hit East Sussex, Wilmington, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom, Europe
1350-6282 - A split shot of diver taken from Capodacqua lake, in Abruzzo (Italy). Half dome is in the water depicting the submerged ruins of the middle-age mills, the other half is above water surface, showing the ancient paint factory located on the shore of the lake and, further away, the scenery of the mountains of the Tirino Valley.
1348-4540 - Kara-Kul Meteor Impact Crater, Tajikistan, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of Kara-Kul impact structure, Tajikistan (age : 25 million years ; diameter : 52 km). Image taken on 27 September 1992 using LANDSAT data.
1348-4531 - Wolf Creek Meteor Impact Crater, Australia, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of Wolf Creek impact structure, Australia (age : 300 000 years ; diameter : 875 m). Image taken on 27 April 1990 using LANDSAT data.
1348-4533 - Upheaval Dome Meteor Impact Crater, Utah, Usa, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of Upheaval Dome impact structure, Utah, US (age : 65 million years ; diameter : 5 km). Image taken on 17 June 1989 using LANDSAT data.
1348-3452 - Odette Ambulher was born on the 17th September 1901. She is celebrating her 111th birthday in the retirement home in Laigne-en-Belin, Sarthe in France. Odette Ambulher has 5 children ranging from 77 to 89 years of age.
1350-2688 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2693 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2692 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2695 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-3751 - Holy Week processions in Guatemala city. Holy Thursday. Holy Week in Guatemala is celebrated with street expressions of faith, called processions, usually organized by a "hermandades". Each procession of Holy Week has processional floats and steps, which are often religious images of the Passion of Christ, or Marian images, although there are exceptions, like the allegorical steps of saints.
1350-2690 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2691 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2687 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2689 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2696 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2697 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2694 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
846-3043 - Iron-age hillfort of Hambledon Hill at sunset, Cranborne Chase AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Iwerne Courtney (Shroton), Dorset, England, United Kingdom, Europe