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Aerospatiale picture shows plane Concorde 001 landing in a barriere during a test Featured Vintage & Archive Print

Aerospatiale picture shows plane Concorde 001 landing in a barriere during a test

Aerospatiale picture shows plane Concorde 001 landing in a barriere during a test flight in Toulouse, on September 18, 1968. Concorde 001 will make its first test flight from Toulouse on March 02, 1969 and first go supersonic on October, 01, before the beginning of its commercial flights in 1976. / AFP PHOTO / AEROSPATIALE

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Bio-Coubertin-Olympics Featured Vintage & Archive Print

Bio-Coubertin-Olympics

French educationalist and Olympics founder Frenchman Pierre de Coubertin (sitting, L) poses with members of the first International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Athens in 1896. Standing, from L : Dr. Willibald Gebhard (Germany), Jiri Guth-Jarkovsky (Bohemia), Ferenc Kemeny (Hungary), General Victor Balck (Sweden); sitting in the middle, next to Pierre de Coubertin are Demetrios Vikelas (Greece), first IOC president, and General Boutowsky (Russia). (Photo by STR (FILES) / AFP)

France-Great Flood-History-Paris Featured Vintage & Archive Print

France-Great Flood-History-Paris

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(FILES) A photo taken on January 27, 1910 shows people on the Alma bridge in Paris as the statue of the Zouave soldier (C) was partially submerged when the Seine river levels rose to 8.72 meters, during the "Great Flood". The Seine last burst its banks in 1910, flooding large parts of the French capital. A century later, an exhibition, "Paris Inond 1910" (Flooded Paris 1910) at the Historical Library of Paris, opens on January 8, 2010 until March 28, and shows more than 200 documents of the city's best-known areas under water. AFP PHOTO (Photo by - / FILES / AFP)