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Images Dated 4th February 2013

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black and white, diry 18757, J1692726, J169272602, no people, outdoors, day, cathedral Featured 4 Feb 2013 Print

black and white, diry 18757, J1692726, J169272602, no people, outdoors, day, cathedral

St George's Cathedral in Chennai (Madras), India, circa 1865. Designed by J. L. Caldwell of the British East India Company, the Anglican (now Church of South India) cathedral was built in 1815. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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An F-15C Baz of the Israeli Air Force taxiing at Ovda Airbase Featured 4 Feb 2013 Print

An F-15C Baz of the Israeli Air Force taxiing at Ovda Airbase

An F-15C Baz of the Israeli Air Force taxiing to its hardened shelter upon return from a training sortie over Ovda Air Force Base, Israel

© Ofer Zidon/Stocktrek Images

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Nicholo Paganini, Italian violinist Featured 4 Feb 2013 Print

Nicholo Paganini, Italian violinist

Nicholo Paganini (1782-1840), Italian violinist. Paganini started playing the violin from the age of seven, and he was immediately recognised as a prodigious talent. In 1801, at the age of 18, he was appointed first violin of the Republic of Lucca. He became known across Europe during a concert tour in 1828. By 1834, he had retired from concert playing, his health declined and he died aged 57. Compositions included 24 Caprices for Solo Violin (1819), written between 1802 and 1817. Famous violins used by Paganini include Il Cannone Guarnerius (1743). Photograph of an artwork by Gustav Nehrlich (1807-1840)

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