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    (Original post by HIMYM)
    Turkey! but no idea about the rest
    Fausto Zonaro ? Constantinopoli
    At least you're on the right track. :top:
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    it's Fatih Sultan Mehmet conquering Constantinople ( known as Istanbul) in 1453.
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    (Original post by HIMYM)
    Turkey! but no idea about the rest
    Fausto Zonaro ? Constantinopoli
    Gokhan got it spot on here:

    (Original post by gokhan)
    it's Fatih Sultan Mehmet conquering Constantinople ( known as Istanbul) in 1453.
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    (Original post by spazman21)
    I'll have sex with anyone who knows the photographer and musician in this photograph...




    I'm ****inh drunk.
    Are you trying to encourage or discourage people from getting the answer?
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    Seeing as though no-one's posted a new picture:



    Please don't look at the name of the image as it will likely give it away!
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    (Original post by JamesyB)
    Seeing as though no-one's posted a new picture:



    Please don't look at the name of the image as it will likely give it away!
    The civil war between the blue and purple isosceles triangles, who were famously aided by the little green circle people.

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    (Original post by Liam_G)
    The civil war between the blue and purple isosceles triangles, who were famously aided by the little green circle people.

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    You're a winner!

    haha it's where I changed the link for a better quality version and got the link wrong
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    (Original post by JamesyB)
    Seeing as though no-one's posted a new picture:

    Please don't look at the name of the image as it will likely give it away!
    its Franz Ferdinand's visit with his wife to Sarajevo just before the WWII which sort of started the war :dontknow:
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    (Original post by futuredoc77)
    its Franz Ferdinand's visit with his wife to Sarajevo just before the WWII which sort of started the war :dontknow:
    Yup!
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    (Original post by JamesyB)
    Yup!
    I must admit, I cheated a little bit... when I quoted you, the name appeared and I took it from there
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    (Original post by futuredoc77)
    its Franz Ferdinand's visit with his wife to Sarajevo just before the WWII which sort of started the war :dontknow:
    That's either a typo or a total fail.
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    james gregory will never listen to 'take me out' the same way again
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    (Original post by mare?)
    james gregory will never listen to 'take me out' the same way again
    Maybe I should just spell it out, but I'm bored. In what year do you think Franz Ferdinand died?
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    El Guernica- Picasso! Unmistakable It's huge as well...about 4m tall and 8m wide
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    (Original post by James Gregory)
    Maybe I should just spell it out, but I'm bored. In what year do you think Franz Ferdinand died?
    Oh! Haha I didn't see she said WOII, I thought the 'fail' was that she used the band's name (Franz instead of Frans)
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    woops, I didn't notice I'd written WWII instead of WWI ... it was a typo sorry

    oh and it is Franz (not Frans)
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    That's funny, we (dutchies) know him as Frans, kinda assumed everyone did! there goes my hilarious joke

    anyway, who wants to put up a new one?
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    here goes... you'll be at a great advantage if you can read arabic script
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    the Koran?
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    (Original post by James Gregory)
    the Koran?
    :nah:

    If you've ever seen one, the Qur'an isn't written in columns, but in a continuous prose with little numbers inside circles
 
 
 
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