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Languedoc in France: The church of St-Pierre and the restaurant 'Le phare de la Méditerranée' in Palavas-les-Flots
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Languedoc in France: the Pont Vieux on the River Orb in Béziers
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Languedoc in France: the Cathédrale Saint-Nazaire in Béziers
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Languedoc in France: the Gorges de l'Hérault from the Pont du Diable
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Languedoc in France: the Gorges de l'Hérault from the Pont du Diable
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Languedoc in France: the pretty village of St Guilhem le Désert near the Gorges de l'Hérault
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The Halles Ste Claire in Grenoble
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The collégiale church of Saint-André de Grenoble, Place Saint-André, Grenoble
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Languedoc in France: the pretty village of Bouzigues, famous for it's Oyster production
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Languedoc in France: the pretty village of Bouzigues, famous for it's Oyster production
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An old station building near Clergoux in southern Limousin
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Languedoc in France: The church of St-Pierre in the resort of Palavas-les-Flots
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Languedoc in France: the town of Marseillan on the Bassin de Thau
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Languedoc in France: the town of Marseillan on the Bassin de Thau
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Languedoc in France: the town of Marseillan on the Bassin de Thau
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Languedoc in France: the pretty village of St Guilhem le Désert near the Gorges de l'Hérault
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Remains of the old bridge on the Dordogne, at Spontour in southern Limousin
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Pont de Chambon, on the Dordogne river in southern Limousin
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Salford Lads Club. One of the few surviving Edwardian Lads clubs, and also used as the backdrop for the inner sleeve of The Smiths 1986 album 'The Queen is Dead'.
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Salford Lads Club. One of the few surviving Edwardian Lads clubs, and also used as the backdrop for the inner sleeve of The Smiths 1986 album 'The Queen is Dead'.
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The Treadwheel Crane, Harwich Built in 1667 on the site of the Naval Yard, now Navyard. It was moved to its present site on Harwich Green in about 1932.
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Sanary-du-Mer in Provence: Trompe l'Oeil on the side of a building near the harbour
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Sanary-du-Mer in Provence: Trompe l'Oeil on the side of a building near the harbour
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Languedoc in France: a trompe l'oeil shop front spotted in the village of Bouzigues
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Languedoc in France: the pretty village of St Guilhem le Désert near the Gorges de l'Hérault
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Languedoc in France : the Pont Vieux and the Cathédrale Saint Nazaire in Béziers
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Languedoc in France: an interesting door in the pretty village of Bouzigues, famous for its Oyster production
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France: the Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn River Gorge
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Flower display and cottages in Beddgelert
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Caernavon castle
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Winchester Mill. Located on the river Itchen in Winchester, Hampshire.
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Church Square in Rye, East Sussex. Showing the characteristic architecture of this beautiful town
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Radcliffe Camera building in Oxford
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Rye, East Sussex.
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Kennet and Avon Canal.
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This is Framwellgate Bride over the river Wear, in Durham, North East England.
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Durham Cathedral, a UNESCO world-heritage site.
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St Mary's Church Burgh st Peter with unusual tower. Buried in the churchyard is Charles Cunningham Boycott; His involvement with the Irish troubles resulted in the introduction to the english language of the word "boycott"
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St Mary's Church Burgh st Peter with unusual tower. Buried in the churchyard is Charles Cunningham Boycott; His involvement with the Irish troubles resulted in the introduction to the english language of the word "boycott"
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Memorial to Edith Cavell, Tombland, Norwich UK
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