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Choose from 44 pictures in our Tradition 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.


France-Religion-Christmas-Nativity-Secularism-Tourism Featured Print

France-Religion-Christmas-Nativity-Secularism-Tourism

A nativity scene is pictured in Luceram, southeastern France, on December 11, 2016 where each year end villagers decorate the village in the theme of Christmas with numerous nativity scenes set up on window sills, in cellars or any available space.
France's top administrative court, the State Council (Conseil d'Etat) said on October 21, 2016 that nativity scenes, or creches in French, should be allowed on three specific conditions : they must be temporary, they cannot be accompanied by any evangelising, and they must be "cultural or festive in character", to comply with France's vaunted laws to protect secularism. / AFP PHOTO / Yann COATSALIOU

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Bulgaria-Theme-Love Featured Print

Bulgaria-Theme-Love

Letve Osmanova, 21 and Refat Avdikov, 21, dance during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in southwestern Bulgaria, on February 9, 2014. The people of this Bulgarian mountain village are famous for performing their unique wedding ceremonies in winter time only. The inhabitants of the village of Ribnovo are Bulgarian-speaking Muslims, sometimes referred to as "Pomaks" or "people who have suffered". Muslim Bulgarians are descendants of Christian Bulgarians who were forcibly converted to Islam by the Turks, during the 14th, 16th and the 18th century. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV / AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV

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Italy-Pizza-Naples-Guinness Featured Print

Italy-Pizza-Naples-Guinness

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2, 000 kg of flour, 1, 600 kg of tomatoes, 2, 000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil.
The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1, 853.88 metres (6, 082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1, 595.45 metres (5, 234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

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