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Background imageCracks Collection: Collapse of the Campanile in St Marks Square, Venice, Italy

Collapse of the Campanile in St Marks Square, Venice, Italy
A photo-montage re-creation of the dramatic collapse of the Campanile in St Marks Square, Venice, Italy on 14th July 1902 Date: 1902

Background imageCracks Collection: Humpty Dumpty looking unhappy after his fall

Humpty Dumpty looking unhappy after his fall, with cracks all over his head. A soldier in the background looks on helplessly

Background imageCracks Collection: KARL MARX / RED PAINT 1933

KARL MARX / RED PAINT 1933
KARL MARX Giving Marxism a fresh coat of red paint, to cover up the cracks in his ideology Date: 1819 - 1883

Background imageCracks Collection: White Star Line - two bouillon plates with logo

White Star Line - two bouillon plates with logo
White Star Line - two bouillon plates with red flag logo. 7.5 inches. Date: early 20th century

Background imageCracks Collection: This Austrian cart is being hauled by bullocks

This Austrian cart is being hauled by bullocks
Two bullocks pulling a cart alongside the Save. The soldier, from Austria, cracks his whip to keep the animals moving. Date: 1916

Background imageCracks Collection: HOUSEWIFE IN KITCHEN

HOUSEWIFE IN KITCHEN
A happy housewife cracks eggs in her stylish new fitted kitchen, with built-in cooker and oven - wow! Date: 1960s

Background imageCracks Collection: Subsidence damage, 122 Ridley Road, Bromley

Subsidence damage, 122 Ridley Road, Bromley
Subsidence damage to a house at 122 Ridley Road, Bromley, Kent

Background imageCracks Collection: Cracks his pipe down

Cracks his pipe down - man and wife in Kitchen. Part of Box 79 Boswell Collection. Timothy Crab. Date: circa 1900

Background imageCracks Collection: Scout headquarters at Argostolion, Kefalonia, Greece

Scout headquarters at Argostolion, Kefalonia, Greece. Four earthquakes hit the island in August 1953, destroying many buildings; the scouts helped with clearing up and humanitarian aid activities

Background imageCracks Collection: Street scene, Istanbul, Turkey

Street scene, Istanbul, Turkey. Date: circa 1870

Background imageCracks Collection: Damage to St Pauls Cathedral, London

Damage to St Pauls Cathedral, London
The dangers which assail St Pauls Cathedral: vibration damage caused by nearby heavy traffic. Sectional view showing where the cracks in the building exist at the present time. Date: 1913

Background imageCracks Collection: Trotting cracks at home, a model stable

Trotting cracks at home, a model stable. Race horses in stable. Picture shows boy grooming horse, another boy carrying reins to man, and man cleaning bits. Date 1868

Background imageCracks Collection: Trotting cracks at the forge

Trotting cracks at the forge. Date c1869. Trotting cracks at the forge. Date c1869

Background imageCracks Collection: Racing cracks at the starting post

Racing cracks at the starting post. Date c1886

Background imageCracks Collection: Trotting cracks on the snow

Trotting cracks on the snow. Date c1858. Trotting cracks on the snow. Date c1858

Background imageCracks Collection: Trotting cracks on the road scene - Harlem Lane

Trotting cracks on the road scene - Harlem Lane

Background imageCracks Collection: Trotting cracks on the Brighton road

Trotting cracks on the Brighton road

Background imageCracks Collection: Boy on Rocking Horse

Boy on Rocking Horse

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Elizabethe

Saxifraga Elizabethe, a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Stribrnyi

Saxifraga Stribrnyi, a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Aizoon, with Lutea and Rosea varieties

Saxifraga Aizoon, with Lutea and Rosea varieties
Saxifraga Aizoon (Livelong Saxifrage), a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Faldonside

Saxifraga Faldonside, a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Lingulata in the Malby garden

Saxifraga Lingulata in the Malby garden
Saxifraga Lingulata, of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Umbrosa Pectinata

Saxifraga Umbrosa Pectinata (Partridgefoot), a plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Rosacea (Irish Saxifrage)

Saxifraga Rosacea (Irish Saxifrage), a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Rotundifolia and Soldanella Alpina

Saxifraga Rotundifolia and Soldanella Alpina
Saxifraga Rotundifolia (Round-Leaved Saxifrage) (right), a plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Cotyledon Pyramidalis

Saxifraga Cotyledon Pyramidalis (Great Alpine Rockfoil, Greater Evergreen Saxifrage, Maiden Saxifrage), a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Cespitosa (Tufted Saxifrage)

Saxifraga Cespitosa (Tufted Saxifrage), a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Palmata, growing by steps

Saxifraga Palmata, growing by steps
Saxifraga Palmata, a plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Longifolia

Saxifraga Longifolia, often called the King of Saxifrages, a Pyrenean plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Suendermannii

Saxifraga Suendermannii, a perennial alpine plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Macnabiana

Saxifraga Macnabiana, a plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Grisebachii

Saxifraga Grisebachii, a flowering evergreen plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Paradoxa

Saxifraga Paradoxa, a hardy alpine plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Peltata (Umbrella Plant)

Saxifraga Peltata (Umbrella Plant), a plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Oppositifolia Splendens

Saxifraga Oppositifolia Splendens, a plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga varieties in a rocky setting

Saxifraga varieties in a rocky setting
Varieties of Saxifraga, of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Oppositifolia

Saxifraga Oppositifolia, a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Burseriana Gloria

Saxifraga Burseriana Gloria, a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Cotyledon Pyramidalis Icelandica

Saxifraga Cotyledon Pyramidalis Icelandica (Great Alpine Rockfoil, Greater Evergreen Saxifrage, Maiden Saxifrage), a flowering plant of the Saxifragaceae family

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Cotyledon on a mountainside

Saxifraga Cotyledon on a mountainside
Saxifraga Cotyledon, a perennial of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Saxifraga Andrewsii covered with frost

Saxifraga Andrewsii covered with frost
Saxifraga Andrewsii, a perennial of the Saxifragaceae family (commonly known as saxifrages or stone breakers because of their ability to grow in the cracks between rocks)

Background imageCracks Collection: Karl Marx / Red Paint 1933

Karl Marx / Red Paint 1933
The Russians hope that if they give Marx a fresh coat of paint, it will cover up the cracks in his ideology



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