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HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: Upper body of a Daedalic statue of Kore made of poros stone, belongs to Archaic Period 7th cent B.C. at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
MALAGA, ANDALUSIA, SPAIN - JULY 25, 2017: An inner view of Central Market Atarazanas (Mercado Central Atarazanas) located in city center.
Isolated "Hand of Fatima" (or Khamsa, Hand of Hamsa) in black color. It is a palm-shaped amulet, famous in Middle East and North Africa  - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
Isolated drawing of the legendary double edged sword of Imam Ali, the cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is a holy object among  Shias and Alawites. Its Arabic name is Zulfiqar.
Common Octopus (Octopus Vulgaris) underwater in an aquarium.
Isolated colorful "Atlantic Blue Tang" fish (or Blue Doctorfish, Acanthurus Coeruleus) cartoon - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
GRANADA, ANDALUSIA, SPAIN - JULY 29, 2017: City billboard with a digital thermometer displaying 45 celsius degree at the intersection of Calle Reyes Catolicos and Calle Padre Suarez streets.
Abstract defocused bokeh lighting on stage during a concert with audience as a background with space in the middle.
The mythical creature Shahmaran (or Shah Maran - half woman and half snake) in bright colors. It is widely known in Iran, southeastern Anatolia and Iraq - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
Orange "Californian Poppy" flower (or Golden Poppy, California Sunlight, Cup of Gold) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Eschscholzia Californica, native to California and Oregon in USA.
Blue "Trailing Lobelia Sapphire" flowers (or Edging Lobelia, Garden Lobelia) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Lobelia Erinus 'Sapphire', native to South Africa, Malawi and Namibia.
 "Columbine Meadow Rue" flowers (or French Meadow Rue, Greater Meadow Rue, Rue Thundercloud) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Thalictrum Aquilegifolium is native to Europe and Asia.
HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: Marble statue of the god Pluto depicted as Egyptian deity Sarapis, belongs to the Roman Period 2nd cent. AD at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
"Sweet Scented Geranium" flowers (or Rose Geranium, Wild Malva) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Pelargonium Graveolens (Syn Geranium Terebinthinaceum), native to South Africa.
Light blue "Forget-me-not" flowers (or Bodensee-Vergissmeinnicht) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Myosotis Rehsteineri, native to Constance Lake region.
Three white crescents on red is the symbol of the Turkish patriots - Eps 10 vector and illustration
Hybrid "Sander Tobacco" flower in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Nicotiana Sanderae and hybrid of Nicotiana Alata-Nicotiana Forgetiana.
Bloody Cranes Bill flowers (or Bloody Geranium) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Geranium Sanguineum, native to  Europe to Caucasus. It is also the county flower of Northumberland, UK.
"Swamp Milkweed" flowers (or Rose Milkweed, Rose Milkflower, Swamp Silkweed, White Indian Hemp) in Ulm, Germany. Its Latin name is Asclepias Incarnata, native to North America.
Orange "Insulin Plant" flower (or Fiery Costus, Spiral Flag) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Chamaecostus Cuspidatus (Syn Costus Igneus or Globba Cuspidata), native to Himalaya region.
HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: Marble statues of Pluto and Persephone, as Egyptian deities Sarapis and Isis, belongs to the Roman Period 2nd cent. AD at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum
HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: Marble statue of the goddess Persephone depicted as Egyptian deity Isis, belongs to the Roman Period 2nd cent. AD at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
Pink "Common Morning Glory" flower (or Tall Morning Glory) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Pharbitis Purpurea (Syn Ipomoea Purpurea), native to tropical America.
Pink "Crepe Myrtle" flowers (or Crepeflower, Crape Myrtle) and buds in Innsbruck, Austria. Its Latin name is Lagerstroemia Indica, native to China, Korea and Japan.
"Cranesbill" flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its Latin name is Geranium Nimbus (Syn Geranium Clarkei Collinum).
 "Parish's Dendrobium" orchid flowers in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Dendrobium Parishii, native to Burma, China and Himalayas.
INNSBRUCK, TIROL, AUSTRIA - APRIL 3, 2015: A street performer is acting like a headless man at Herzog-Friedrich street.
Cathedral of Our Lady (or Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, Cathedrale de Strasbourg, Strasbourg Minster) in Strasbourg, France. The Roman Catholic cathedral was built in 1176-1439 in Romanesque.
Colorful seamless pattern with green octagons and squares  as a background - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
Orange "Star of Bethlehem" flowers (or Sun Star) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Ornithogalum Dubium, native to South Africa.
"Alpine Delphinium" flowers (or Candle Larkspur) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Delphinium Elatum, native throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: The enigmatic inscribed clay Phaistos Disc, possibly dating to the middle or late Minoan Bronze Age, at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
Inula Orientalis flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its native to Turkey and Caucasus.
Bloody Cranes Bill flowers (or Bloody Geranium) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Geranium Sanguineum, native to  Europe to Caucasus. It is also the county flower of Northumberland, UK.
Light salmon colored "Hyacinth" flowers in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Hyacinthus genus is native to Mediterranean countries (Turkey, Syria, Lebanon etc).
Burning Love flower (or Dusky Salmon, Flower of Bristol, Jerusalem Cross, Maltese Cross, Nonesuch, Fireball, Red Robin) in Innsbruck, Austria. Lychnis Chalcedonica (or Silene Chalcedonica).
Isolated red Turkish fez (or tarboosh) with a black tassel on it - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
Colorful triple Yin Yang logo design - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
Isolated green crescent moon symbol - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: Bust portrait of a philosopher or an eminent citizen, belongs to the Roman Period 2nd cent. AD at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
HERAKLION, CRETE, GREECE - AUGUST 1, 2016: Marble relief plaque showing two men having a conversation, belongs to the Roman Period 1st-2nd cent. AD at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
Isolated Turkish "Nazar Boncugu" or evil eye amulet. It is a symbol of protection against malevolent glare - Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
Violet Lungwort flowers (also known as Our Lady's Milk Drops or Common Lungwort) in Innbruck, Austria. Scientific name is Pulmonaria Officinalis.
"Rhododendron Rubiginosum" flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. It grows in China (Yunnan, Sichuan and Xizang) and in northeast Burma.
Rough Balos Lagoon (or Balos Beach) trail and territory in northwestern part of Crete Island, Greece. After 10 kms of bumpy car road, about 7 kms of footpath leads to the famous beach.
Orange "Star of Bethlehem" flowers (or Sun Star) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Ornithogalum Dubium, native to South Africa.
A "Northern Bald Ibis" (also known as Hermit Ibis or Waldrapp) bird. Its scientific name is Geronticus Eremita.
Austrian flag painted on a rock to lead trekkers on Alps in Soelden, Austria
Black cross symbol isolated on a white background - Eps 10 vector and illustration
INNSBRUCK, TIROL, AUSTRIA - MARCH 28, 2015: Huge Easter egg displayed on Maria-Theresien Street.
Mauve purple "Common Mallow" (or Cheeses, High Mallow, Tall Mallow) flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Malva Sylvestris, native to Europe and Asia.
Historical angel and evil statue in front of "New Town Hall" (Neues Rathaus) on Neuhauser street at Marienplatz square in Munich, Germany.
Burning Love flower (or Dusky Salmon, Flower of Bristol, Jerusalem Cross, Maltese Cross, Nonesuch, Fireball, Red Robin) in Innsbruck, Austria. Lychnis Chalcedonica (or Silene Chalcedonica).
Seamless brown pattern with red strawberries as a background- Eps10 vector graphics and illustration
"Rosepink" flowers (or American Centaury, Centauree Americaine) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sabbatia Angularis (Syn Centaurium Littorale and Sabatia Campanulata), native to USA.
"Alpine Delphinium" flowers (or Candle Larkspur) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Delphinium Elatum, native throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
Green and spiky "Sea Holly" plant in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Eryngium Variifolium, native to Morocco.
"Japanese Azalea" flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Rhododendron Japonicum, native to East Asia and Japan.
ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - JULY 3, 2016: People are enjoying the Zurich City Festival (Zueri Faescht) with makeshift luna park and bazaar on Fraumuensterstrasse (Fraumuenster Street).
Light blue "Chilean Bell Flower" (or Little Bells, Kriechende Glockenwinde) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Nolana Humifusa, native to Peru.
White "Saxifraga Vayredana Luizet" flowers (or Balsam Steinbrech) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. It is native to Norheastern Spain (Sierra de Montseny).
White "Saxifraga Vayredana Luizet" flowers (or Balsam Steinbrech) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. It is native to Norheastern Spain (Sierra de Montseny).
White "Saxifraga Vayredana Luizet" flowers (or Balsam Steinbrech) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. It is native to Norheastern Spain (Sierra de Montseny).
Yellow "Sweet Amber" flower and berries (or Tutsan, Shrubby St. Johnswort) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hypericum Androsaemum, native to Eurasia.
Yellow "Sweet Amber" flower and berries (or Tutsan, Shrubby St. Johnswort) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hypericum Androsaemum, native to Eurasia.
Yellow "Sweet Amber" flower and berries (or Tutsan, Shrubby St. Johnswort) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hypericum Androsaemum, native to Eurasia.
Yellow "Sweet Amber" flower and berries (or Tutsan, Shrubby St. Johnswort) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hypericum Androsaemum, native to Eurasia.
"Pink Bachelor's Button" flower (or Silber Flockenblume, Star Thristle) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Centaurea Pulcherrima, native to Caucasus and Anatolia.
Blue "Mediterranean Sea Holly" plant wih a bee on it in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Eryngium Bourgatii, native to Pyrenees and Morocco.
Inula Orientalis flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its native to Turkey and Caucasus.
Inula Orientalis flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its native to Turkey and Caucasus.
Inula Orientalis flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its native to Turkey and Caucasus.
Bloody Cranes Bill flowers (or Bloody Geranium) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Geranium Sanguineum, native to  Europe to Caucasus. It is also the county flower of Northumberland, UK.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
Yellow "Paralia Slipperwort" flowers (or Pocketbook, Slipperflower) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Calceolaria Paralia, native to Chile.
Yellow "Paralia Slipperwort" flowers (or Pocketbook, Slipperflower) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Calceolaria Paralia, native to Chile.
Yellow "Paralia Slipperwort" flowers (or Pocketbook, Slipperflower) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Calceolaria Paralia, native to Chile.
Yellow "Paralia Slipperwort" flowers (or Pocketbook, Slipperflower) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Calceolaria Paralia, native to Chile.
Yellow "Paralia Slipperwort" flowers (or Pocketbook, Slipperflower) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Calceolaria Paralia, native to Chile.
Hybrid "Anderson's Hebe" flower (or Shrubby Veronica, Strauchveronica) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hebe Andersonii, native to New Zealand.
Hybrid "Anderson's Hebe" flower (or Shrubby Veronica, Strauchveronica) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hebe Andersonii, native to New Zealand.
Hybrid "Anderson's Hebe" flower (or Shrubby Veronica, Strauchveronica) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hebe Andersonii, native to New Zealand.
Hybrid "Anderson's Hebe" flower (or Shrubby Veronica, Strauchveronica) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Hebe Andersonii, native to New Zealand.
"Sweet Scented Geranium" flowers (or Rose Geranium, Wild Malva) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Pelargonium Graveolens (Syn Geranium Terebinthinaceum), native to South Africa.
Light blue "Forget-me-not" flowers (or Bodensee-Vergissmeinnicht) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Myosotis Rehsteineri, native to Constance Lake region.
Light blue "Forget-me-not" flowers (or Bodensee-Vergissmeinnicht) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Myosotis Rehsteineri, native to Constance Lake region.
Light blue "Forget-me-not" flowers (or Bodensee-Vergissmeinnicht) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Myosotis Rehsteineri, native to Constance Lake region.
"Tiger Longwing" butterfly (or Hecale Longwing, Golden Longwing, Golden Heliconian) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Heliconius Hecale, native to Mexico, Peru and Costa Rica.
"Tiger Longwing" butterfly (or Hecale Longwing, Golden Longwing, Golden Heliconian) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Heliconius Hecale, native to Mexico, Peru and Costa Rica.
"Sweetscented Bedstraw" flowers in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Galium Odoratum, native to Europe, Siberia, Turkey, Iran, the Caucasus, China and Japan.
A group of "Thimble Cactus" in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Mammillaria Gracilis, native to Eastern Mexico.
Thorny "California Stinkweed" plant (or Skunkbush, Skunkweed) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Navarretia Squarrosa, native to Western USA.
Hybrid "Sander Tobacco" flower in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Nicotiana Sanderae and hybrid of Nicotiana Alata-Nicotiana Forgetiana.
Hybrid "Sander Tobacco" flower in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its scientific name is Nicotiana Sanderae and hybrid of Nicotiana Alata-Nicotiana Forgetiana.
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