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Images Dated 19th October 2005

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Choose from 115 pictures in our Images Dated 19th October 2005 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.


Wenger Henry Featured 19 Oct 2005 Print

Wenger Henry

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger talks to Thierry Henry before he replaces the injured Jose Reyes. Sparta Prague 0:2 Arsenal. UEFA Champions League Group B. Sparta Sparta Stadium, Prague, 18/10/2005. Credit: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal Football Club

© Arsenal 2005 - All Rights Reserved

The opera and theatre on the main square. Montpellier. Languedoc. Moss covered fountain Featured 19 Oct 2005 Print

The opera and theatre on the main square. Montpellier. Languedoc. Moss covered fountain

The opera and theatre on the main square. Montpellier. Languedoc. Moss covered fountain such as often found in French rural towns. France. Europe

© Per Karlsson / Danita Delimont

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Courting couple at the seaside. Cover of Figaro Illustre, no. 88, July 1897 Featured 19 Oct 2005 Print

Courting couple at the seaside. Cover of Figaro Illustre, no. 88, July 1897

Courting couple at the seaside. Cover of Figaro Illustr, no. 88, July 1897. Woman is wearing typical 19th century outfit, with a blouse with leg of mutton sleeves, and a hat. She is holding a rose in her hand as the man, seated, looks up at her. He also wears a hat. Illustration by Adrien Moreau (French painter, 18 April 1843 - 22 February 1906)