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A devotee of the Hare Krishna faith poses for a photograph during the festival of Rathayatra on June 12, 2011 in London, England. Rathayatra, or Chariot festival, features three huge, wooden chariots pulled by hand across Central London accompanied by constant singing, chanting, drums, cymbals and dancing. (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)
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13 Jun 2011 09:09:00
This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Kristen Stewart in a scene from “Underwater”. (Photo by Alan Markfield/Twentieth Century Fox via AP Photo)

This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Kristen Stewart in a scene from “Underwater”. (Photo by Alan Markfield/Twentieth Century Fox via AP Photo)
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10 Jan 2020 00:03:00
An Egyptian boy holds a camel at the Berqash camel market northeast of Cairo, on August 17, 2018. Muslims across the world are preparing for the Eid al-Adha holiday when custom requires the faithful to make a sacrifice. (Photo by Khaled Desouki/AFP Photo)

An Egyptian boy holds a camel at the Berqash camel market northeast of Cairo, on August 17, 2018. Muslims across the world are preparing for the Eid al-Adha holiday when custom requires the faithful to make a sacrifice. (Photo by Khaled Desouki/AFP Photo)
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21 Aug 2018 00:03:00
Dozens of people participate in the religious pilgrimage to the National Shrine of El Rincon, in the municipality of Boyeros, in Havana, Cuba, 17 December 2018. As is customary every year, thousands of people in mass attend the shrine to pay tribute to Saint Lazarus, to whom the faithful come for personal requests and miracles. (Photo by Ernesto Mastrascusa/EPA/EFE)

Dozens of people participate in the religious pilgrimage to the National Shrine of El Rincon, in the municipality of Boyeros, in Havana, Cuba, 17 December 2018. As is customary every year, thousands of people in mass attend the shrine to pay tribute to Saint Lazarus, to whom the faithful come for personal requests and miracles. (Photo by Ernesto Mastrascusa/EPA/EFE)
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19 Dec 2018 00:03:00
City Of The Dead In Dargavs, North Ossetia

Dargavs is a small necropolis outside the village of Dargavs in North Ossetia-Alania. It comprises 99 different tombs and crypts. It is often called city of the dead. Some sources say the oldest of the crypts dates back to the 12th century, though others say the oldest crypt dates back to 14th century and some say it dates to the 16th century. At the back of the complex there is a tower, though the top of it is destroyed.
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11 Oct 2014 10:41:00
A Catholic faithful holds a figurine of baby Jesus during a religious procession on Holy Innocents Day in Antiguo Cuscatlan, on the outskirts of San Salvador, December 28, 2014. Festivities are held every December 28 in honor of children, termed the Holy Innocents, below the age of two who were ordered to be killed by King Herod, according to biblical passages. (Photo by Jose Cabezas/Reuters)

A Catholic faithful holds a figurine of baby Jesus during a religious procession on Holy Innocents Day in Antiguo Cuscatlan, on the outskirts of San Salvador, December 28, 2014. Festivities are held every December 28 in honor of children, termed the Holy Innocents, below the age of two who were ordered to be killed by King Herod, according to biblical passages. (Photo by Jose Cabezas/Reuters)
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30 Dec 2014 11:32:00
Pope Francis greets the crowd from his popemobile in downtown Rio de Janeiro. Pope Francis touched down in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, starting his first foreign trip as pontiff and a weeklong series of events expected to attract more than a million people to a gathering of young faithful in Brazil, home to the world's largest Roman Catholic population. (Photo by Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)

Pope Francis greets the crowd from his popemobile in downtown Rio de Janeiro. Pope Francis touched down in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, starting his first foreign trip as pontiff and a weeklong series of events expected to attract more than a million people to a gathering of young faithful in Brazil, home to the world's largest Roman Catholic population. (Photo by Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)
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28 Jul 2013 08:49:00
An amateur artist has created a series of hilarious images combining iconic film scenes with everyday locations all over the world. History teacher Francois Dourlen, from Cherbourg in France, has used stills of pop culture everything – from cult movies to old faithful TV favorites like The Simpsons and Baywatch, to new hits Minions – to bring this unique artwork to life. “(The first picture) was originally just a joke for my friends”, Dourlen said. “A lot of them liked it, so I did another…and a lot of people liked it! So I did another, and another”. (Photo by Francois Dourlen/Exclusivepix Media)

An amateur artist has created a series of hilarious images combining iconic film scenes with everyday locations all over the world. History teacher Francois Dourlen, from Cherbourg in France, has used stills of pop culture everything – from cult movies to old faithful TV favorites like The Simpsons and Baywatch, to new hits Minions – to bring this unique artwork to life. (Photo by Francois Dourlen/Exclusivepix Media)
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16 Mar 2017 00:04:00