Photos from 1983: Doomsday

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ARC Gloria. Built in 1928, she currently serves as a training ship and the flagship of the Colombian Navy. It is notably one of the few sail ships that survived Doomsday.
 
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Prussia column near Groß Stresow in July 1984.
The Prussia Columns (German: Preußensäulen) are two monuments, over 15 metres (49 ft) high, that were erected in the years 1854 and 1855 by order of the Prussian king, Frederick William IV on the southeast coast of the German island of Rügen near Neukamp and Groß Stresow.
 
Tapi-class corvettes of the Royal Thai Navy built by American Shipbuilding Co in Cleveland, Ohio and the Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Co in Norfolk, Virginia.

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HTMS Tapi (FF-431) patrolling the Gulf of Thailand.
https://flic.kr/p/ZmUwnD HTMS Khirirat (FF-432) in Pattay Bay, Chonburi, Thailand.
 
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Carl Jozef Alix Decaluwé, governor of the West Flanders region, on Lille-et-Terres-Flamands. Being studying on Ghent University on Doomsday, he managed to travel to West Flanders and reached Kortrijk in October 1983
 
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Marcello Menegatto, who was elected on 25 April 2010 and crowned on 22 May 2010 as His Serene Highness (Sua Altezza Serenissima or SAS) Prince Marcello I, it´s the current Prince of Seborga, after the death of Giorgio I. Here, he appears in a conference held on San Remo to discuss a possible division of Liguria and share it between Monaco, Seborga, the Subalpine Federation and Genoa
 
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