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Data da imagem: 2007
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(L-R) Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon's first wife Cynthia Lennon, and M.L. Jordan as Louis Armstrong pose during the anniversary shows on 10 years of 'Stars in Concert' at Hotel Estrel in Berlin, Germany, 03 September 2007. The gala show celebrated roughly 4,550 shows performed to and enjoyed by audiences of more than 3.2 million, having guested also in the United States, Spain, Austria, Greece and Dubai. Photo: Jens Kalaene.

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(dpa files) - A statue of the legendary jazz trumpeter and singer Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong ('It's A Wonderful World') stands in a park in New Orleans, USA, 2001. Louis Armstrong was born in one of the poorest sections of New Orleans on 4 August 1901. Already at a very young age, he largely supported himself as a musician. The early 1920s saw Armstrong's popularity explode. He was a headliner on records and radio as well as in jazz clubs. After World War II and through the early years of the Cold War, Armstrong served as 'Ambassador Satch', spreading good will for America around the globe. By the 1950s, Armstrong was an established international celebrity, an icon to musicians and lovers of jazz. His death on 6 July 1971 was front-page news around the world. He is seen as the greatest of all jazz musicians.

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(dpa files) - A statue of the legendary jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong ('It's A Wonderful World'), also called 'Satchmo', stands in a park in New Orleans, in the US state Lousisana, 2001. Louis Armstrong was born in one of the poorest sections of New Orleans, 4 August 1901. Already at a very young age, he largely supported himself as a musician. The early 1920s saw Armstrong's popularity explode. He was a headliner on records and radio, and in jazz clubs. After World War II and though the early years of the Cold War, Armstrong served as 'Ambassador Satch', spreading good will for America around the globe. By the 1950s, Armstrong was an established international celebrity, an icon to musicians and lovers of jazz. His death on 6 July 1971 was front-page news around the world. He is seen as the greatest of all jazz musicians.

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Data da imagem: 1964
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Josef Neckermann hält vor dem Abflug nach Tokio am 29.09.1964 in Frankfurt am Main seine Enkelin auf dem Arm, neben ihm seine Ehefrau Annemarie. Die Goldmedaillen-Hoffnung im olympischen Dressurreiten flog vom Frankfurter Flughafen zu den Olympischen Sommerspielen nach Tokio. Foto: Roland Witschel +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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(dpa files) - A contemporary picture shows Austrian composer Franz Schubert. Born on 31 January 1797 in Lichtenthal near Vienna, Schubert joined the precursor of the Vienna Boys Choir, making such quick progress that A. Salieri undertook to guide his training (1810-16). At his family's insistence, he was trained as a schoolteacher. That same year, his first mass was performed, and he composed his first important songs. In 1818, seeking independence, he quit teaching at his father's school to tutor Johann Esterhazy's daughters. In 1819-20 he wrote the great 'Trout' Quintet and a mass. A year later, 20 of his most popular songs were published with great success, and he wrote the opera 'Alfonso und Estrella'. His amazing production continued in 1822 with the 'Unfinished Symphony' and the 'Wanderer' Fantasy, despite his first awareness of the disease (possibly syphilis) that would kill him. He was often ill during his last five years, but continued his production of music, including the song cycles 'Die schoene Muellerin' (the beautiful miller woman) and 'Winterreise' (winter journey) and the 'Great C Major' Symphony. He died on 19 November 1828 at 31, having produced more masterpieces by that age than almost any other composer in history. His 600 songs made the 'Lied' (song) a serious genre and sparked its great development in subsequent decades.

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Data da imagem: 2000
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(dpa files) - A view of the tomb of Austrian composer Franz Schubert on the central cemetery in Vienna, Austria, 9 August 2000. Schubert was born on 31 January 1797 in Lichtenthal near Vienna and died on 19 November 1828 in Vienna.

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(dpa files) - An undated filer shows the grand piano at the birthplace of Austrian composer Franz Schubert in Lichtenthal, Austria. Born on 31 January 1797 in Lichtenthal near Vienna, Schubert joined the precursor of the Vienna Boys Choir, making such quick progress that A. Salieri undertook to guide his training (1810-16). At his family's insistence, he was trained as a schoolteacher. That same year, his first mass was performed, and he composed his first important songs. In 1818, seeking independence, he quit teaching at his father's school to tutor Johann Esterhazy's daughters. In 1819-20 he wrote the great 'Trout' Quintet and a mass. A year later, 20 of his most popular songs were published with great success, and he wrote the opera 'Alfonso und Estrella'. His amazing production continued in 1822 with the 'Unfinished Symphony' and the 'Wanderer' Fantasy, despite his first awareness of the disease (possibly syphilis) that would kill him. He was often ill during his last five years, but continued his production of music, including the song cycles 'Die schoene Muellerin' (the beautiful miller woman) and 'Winterreise' (winter journey) and the 'Great C Major' Symphony. He died on 19 November 1828 at 31, having produced more masterpieces by that age than almost any other composer in history. His 600 songs made the 'Lied' (song) a serious genre and sparked its great development in subsequent decades.

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(dpa files) - An undated filer shows Austrian composer Franz Schubert in Vienna, Austria. Born on 31 January 1797 in Lichtenthal near Vienna, Schubert joined the precursor of the Vienna Boys Choir, making such quick progress that A. Salieri undertook to guide his training (1810-16). At his family's insistence, he was trained as a schoolteacher. That same year, his first mass was performed, and he composed his first important songs. In 1818, seeking independence, he quit teaching at his father's school to tutor Johann Esterhazy's daughters. In 1819-20 he wrote the great 'Trout' Quintet and a mass. A year later, 20 of his most popular songs were published with great success, and he wrote the opera 'Alfonso und Estrella'. His amazing production continued in 1822 with the 'Unfinished Symphony' and the 'Wanderer' Fantasy, despite his first awareness of the disease (possibly syphilis) that would kill him. He was often ill during his last five years, but continued his production of music, including the song cycles 'Die schoene Muellerin' (the beautiful miller woman) and 'Winterreise' (winter journey) and the 'Great C Major' Symphony. He died on 19 November 1828 at 31, having produced more masterpieces by that age than almost any other composer in history. His 600 songs made the 'Lied' (song) a serious genre and sparked its great development in subsequent decades.

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(dpa files) - An undated filer shows Austrian composer Franz Schubert in Vienna, Austria. Born on 31 January 1797 in Lichtenthal near Vienna, Schubert joined the precursor of the Vienna Boys Choir, making such quick progress that A. Salieri undertook to guide his training (1810-16). At his family's insistence, he was trained as a schoolteacher. That same year, his first mass was performed, and he composed his first important songs. In 1818, seeking independence, he quit teaching at his father's school to tutor Johann Esterhazy's daughters. In 1819-20 he wrote the great 'Trout' Quintet and a mass. A year later, 20 of his most popular songs were published with great success, and he wrote the opera 'Alfonso und Estrella'. His amazing production continued in 1822 with the 'Unfinished Symphony' and the 'Wanderer' Fantasy, despite his first awareness of the disease (possibly syphilis) that would kill him. He was often ill during his last five years, but continued his production of music, including the song cycles 'Die schoene Muellerin' (the beautiful miller woman) and 'Winterreise' (winter journey) and the 'Great C Major' Symphony. He died on 19 November 1828 at 31, having produced more masterpieces by that age than almost any other composer in history. His 600 songs made the 'Lied' (song) a serious genre and sparked its great development in subsequent decades.

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Data da imagem: 2004
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(dpa) - A police officer from a special forces unit looks out of an armoured police vehicle at the special police forces training centre in Menden, Germany, 25 June 2004. The special police forces of the German state of North Rhine Westphalia celebrate their 30 year anniversary in 2004.

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Data da imagem: 2004
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(dpa) - A signal disc reading 'stop - police' is seen in front of the blue flashlight on a police patrol car in Bayreuth, Germany, 18 February 2004.

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Data da imagem: 1966
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View across the stage to the audience during a concert of the British group The Beatles on the 25th of June in 1966 in Essen.

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WILLY MAYWALD

Data da imagem: 2007
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Das schwarz-weiße Foto des Fotografen Willy Maywald von Pablo Picasso (1947) wird in Kleve ausgestellt (Handout). Kollegen nannten den Fotografen Willy Maywald gern «den Meister der Pose». Den vor 100 Jahren in Kleve geborenen Lichtbildner, prägende Gestalt der Pariser Modefotografie der Nachkriegszeit, ehrt die Stadt mit einer umfangreichen Ausstellung. Von Sonntag an (bis 6. Januar 2008) sind im Klever Koekkoek-Haus 100 Bilder zu sehen, die von Aufträgen für Modeschöpfer wie Christian Dior oder als Künstlerporträts von Picasso bis Chagall einen Querschnitt durch das Lebenswerk des Klever Hotelierssohns geben. dpa/lnw (nur s/w - ACHTUNG: Bildverwendung nur im Zusammenhang mit der Ausstellung) +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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SALVADOR DALÍ

Data da imagem: 1968
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Spanish artist Salvador Dali on the grounds of his residence (Costa Brava/Spain) on 17 September 1968. | usage worldwide.

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ARCHIV - Archivbild aus dem Jahr 1985 zeigt das Herodium, den Palast des Herodes mit dem Hellenistischen Turm, Säulenhof und Synagoge des 2. Jahrhunderts n.Chr.. Israelische Archäologen haben nach Medienberichten in dem vor mehr als 2000 Jahren rund 12 Kilometer südlich von Jerusalem angelegten Festungspalastdas das Grab von König Herodes entdeckt. Dies habe die Hebräische Universität Jerusalem am Montagabend (07.05.2007) mitgeteilt, berichtete die israelische Tageszeitung «Haaretz» in der Nacht zum Dienstag in ihrer Internetausgabe. Nähere Einzelheiten sollten im Laufe des Tages bekannt gegeben werden. Herodes der Große regierte Judäa als von Rom eingesetzter «König der Juden» von etwa 40 v. Chr. bis 4 v. Chr.. Foto: Erich Lessing/akg-images (zu dpa 0046) +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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Data da imagem: 2006
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Blick auf einen Teil des minoischen Palastes von Knossos auf der griechischen Insel Kreta, aufgenommen am 13.10.2006. Der gesamte Komplex des minoischen Herrschafts-, Kultur- und Verwaltungszentrums bestand aus ca. 1.400 Räumen und war bis zu vier Etagen hoch. Er war um 1700 v.Chr. der größte aller minoischen Paläste. Die unter Archäologen umstrittenen Eingriffe in eine Ausgrabungsstätte erleichtern jedoch vielen Laien die Vorstellung vom Aufbau minoischer Paläste. Foto: Bernd Weißbrod +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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Data da imagem: 2007
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Die Cheops-Pyramide in Gizeh, Ägypten, aufgenommen am am 04.10.2007. Die Cheops-Pyramide ist die älteste und größte der drei Pyramiden von Gizeh und wird deshalb auch als Große Pyramide bezeichnet. Sie ist die höchste Pyramide der Welt. Foto: Felix Heyder +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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Data da imagem: 2009
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Description: "Venus von Milo mit Schubladen" ist der Titel der Bronze-Figur aus dem Jahr 1988 des spanischen Surrealisten Salvador Dali im Dali Museum am Potsdamer Platz am Dienstag (03.02.2009). Unter den mehr als 400 Ausstellungsstücken befinden sich noch nie in Berlin gezeigte Arbeiten des surrealistischen Künstlers, darunter auch Dalis erstes lithographisches Werk «Don Quichotte» (1956/57), die Kaltnadelradierungen des Zyklus? «Tristan und Isolde» (1970), die Holzschnitte zu Dantes «Göttlicher Komödie» (Anfang der 1950er Jahre) und der «Surrealistische Engel» (1984). Von diesem Donnerstag (05.02.2009) an öffnet das Museum für Besucher - täglich von 12.00 Uhr bis 20.00 Uhr, an Sonn- und Feiertagen bereits von 10.00 Uhr an. Foto: Xamax +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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Data da imagem: 2009
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Säulen, Reliefs und Mauerfragmente zeugen noch heute von der antiken Stadt Persepolis in der Nähe des heutigen Shiraz im Iran. Aufnahme vom März 2009. Die altpersische Residenzstadt Persepolis war die Hauptstadt des antiken Perserreichs unter den Achämeniden und wurde 520 v. Chr. von Dareios I. im Süden des heutigen Iran in der Region Persis gegründet. Der Name Persepolis stammt aus dem Griechischen und bedeutet "Stadt der Perser". Die einst prächtige Palaststadt wurde 330 v. Chr. durch Alexander den Großen zerstört, aber ihre zum Teil wiederaufgebauten Reste zählen heute zu den bekanntesten Touristenattraktionen des Iran. Die Ruinen wurden 1979 in die UNESCO-Liste des Weltkulturerbes aufgenommen. Foto: Boris Roessler +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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Säulen, Reliefs und Mauerfragmente zeugen noch heute von der antiken Stadt Persepolis in der Nähe des heutigen Shiraz im Iran. Aufnahme vom März 2009. Die altpersische Residenzstadt Persepolis war die Hauptstadt des antiken Perserreichs unter den Achämeniden und wurde 520 v. Chr. von Dareios I. im Süden des heutigen Iran in der Region Persis gegründet. Der Name Persepolis stammt aus dem Griechischen und bedeutet "Stadt der Perser". Die einst prächtige Palaststadt wurde 330 v. Chr. durch Alexander den Großen zerstört, aber ihre zum Teil wiederaufgebauten Reste zählen heute zu den bekanntesten Touristenattraktionen des Iran. Die Ruinen wurden 1979 in die UNESCO-Liste des Weltkulturerbes aufgenommen. Foto: Boris Roessler +++(c) dpa - Report+++ | usage worldwide.

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