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Menton, nicknamed the Pearl of France, is located on the Mediterranean Sea at the Franco-Italian border, just across from the Liguran town of Ventimiglia Menton was the only sizable settlement captured by Italy during its invasion of France in June 1940. Following the armistice of June 22, 1940, two thirds of the territory of the commune was annexed by Italy. The annexation lasted until 8 September 1943. Although officially returned to Vichy France, Menton was in fact occupied by Nazi Germany until its liberation by American and Canadian troops of the First Special Service Force on 8 September 1944
Warkworth Castle is a magnificent 12th century stone motte and bailey fortress, which is dominated by its huge eight-towered keep. The large and impressive bailey is enclosed by a ruinous curtain wall, which is flanked by 13th century square and semi-octagonal towers and an attractive twin-towered gatehouse. Inside are the complex remains of a range of buildings, with the tall Lion Tower and Little Stair Tower giving access to the Great Hall. To the north is Warkworth Bridge Tower and 7 miles north-west is Alnwick Castle. Warkworth Castle is located in the village centre, off Castle Terrace. The site is owned by English Heritage.
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Golden light of the setting Sun shining on the upper slopes of the jagged mountain peaks, viewed from les Houches ski resort, Chamonix Mont-Blanc region, France. The valley below is hazy with mist and fog. Two birds are flying across the valley. The forested lower slopes and foreground are visible at the bottom of the picture.
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ROCK APE GIBRALTAR SITTING ON A CAR ROOFTOP, ACTUALLY A BABARY MAQAQUE MONKEY ON THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR . THE FLAGS OF THE EU, BRITISH AND GIBRALTAR ( CALPE ) BEHIND AND ABOVE THE APE. THE BORDER BETWEEN GIBRALTAR AND SPAIN WAS CLOSED IN 1969 AND OPENED AGAIN 16 YEARS LATER. THE BORDER AND POLITICAL DABATE BETWEEN BRITISH GIBRALTAR AND THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT STILL PERSISTS.
Primula viscosa above Vernayaz, in the Rhone Valley, with the Grand Combin in the distance, End of April. By George Jackson Flemwell (1865-1928).Born in Mitcham, Surrey, he spent many years of his life in Switzerland - his adopted country. sc0311 bk0150 p40
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