Cologne Cathedral, Germany
Cologne Cathedral (Hohe Domkirche St Petrus or the High Cathedral of Saints Peter and Mary) is the largest Gothic church in Northern Europe. Construction began in 1248, but was not completed until 1880.
© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library
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Saint Ursula & virgins
Saint Ursula of Koln, about to be martyred with her 11 companions each of whom is attended by 1000 virgins, but nasty Attila the Hun will spare not a single one of them
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Cover design, Imperial Airways map
Cover design, Imperial Airways map of the European Air Routes for 1934: London-Paris, Paris-Basle, Basle-Zurich, London-Brussels, Brussels-Cologne, London-Le Touquet. With stylised birds (or planes) over a map of Europe.
© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans
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