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From the election of the 266th Pontiff, to the beautiful Northern Lights and the Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships, we look at the weirdest and most wonderful photos doing the rounds this week.
Everyone enjoys a good sing-along and these nuns are no exception. Here they sing hyms under the colonade in St Peter's Square in Vatican City. This week cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, was elected the new Catholic Pope.
Long live the King! Robert the Bruce King of Scots that is, who ruled Scotland from 1306 until his death in 1329. Stained glass conservator Linda Cannon returns the window depicting the King's likeness to its home at the Wallace Monument in Stirling after hours of painstaking restorative work.
How magical! The Northern lights appear in the sky with a green glow at the Porsanger garrison in Norway.
Warehouseman Graham Rozga moves a barrel of whisky at the Jura whisky distillery on the Scottish island Jura. Master blenders from across the globe will meet in Scotland next month in search of the year's top whisky. An undeniably noble cause!
Yeah, we can definitely get out leg over our head like that... definitely! A member of the production Le Noir shows off her amazing skills in Singapore.
Activists of the All India Peace and Solidarity organisation release a sky lantern in celebration of International Women's Day in India.
Marine Greg Spencer gives us a lesson in how to survive extreme living conditions, as he boils water from snow as he takes part in cold weather survival and warfare training with the Royal Marines Commando Reservists in Norway.
The Mad Hatter and his bunny friends make an appearance at The Body Shop in Dublin. They were there to celebrate the passing of an EU ban on animal testing. The ethical beauty retailer has been campaigning alongside non-profit organisation Cruelty Free International for twenty years for the ban to come into effect.
Spring is finally coming! These crocuses pop their heads out in the sunshine in Basingstoke, Hampshire.
This is the Gold Medal for Poetry awarded to Mr John Agard, by Her Majesty The Queen.
Pretty as a picture. Students from the School of American Ballet perform at the 2013 Winter Ball after party in New York.
Dancers from the Ballet Revolution company strut their stuff at the Peacock Theatre in London. Everybody throw your hands in the air!
A duck with a flag reading 'No Nuke' on its neck joins an anti-nuclear rally in Taiwan. Thousands of people took part in a protest which called on the government to shut down the island's nuclear power plants, following Japan's nuclear crisis which struck the country after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit two years ago.
It may be March, but it's still pretty chilly out there. In New York people make the most of the white winter by taking a walk through a beautiful snowy park in Brooklyn.
A Balinese Hindu devotee releases ducks into the sea as offerings to the gods during the Melasti ritual in Bali. The ritual is held ahead of the Nyepi Day of Silence; a national holiday that is meant to encourage self-reflection and meditation. Activities such as working, watching television or travelling are restricted on this day between the hours of 6am and 6pm.
This would guarantee to get your pulse racing. Canadian Alex Bilodeau is photographed during a jump at the FIS Freestyle Ski World Championship Men and Women's Dual Moguls, in Norway. The extreme sportsman took 1st place at the competition.
Sometimes size does matter... .These boats are dwarfed as they sail next to the huge Diamond Princess cruise ship during the Sydney Regatta at Sydney Harbour.
Fireworks are launched to mark the start of the RBS Six Nations match between England and Italy at the Twickenham Stadium.
This little fella is a 15cm model of a 'dragonhound', which will form part of the stage design of an upcoming Austrian production of The Magic Flute.
Nuns pose for a photo in front of the Colosseum in Rome.
'Ready, set, go!' Competitors take part in the Victorian Surf Lifesaving Championships in Australia.
There's a definite romantic feel to the Begum Salihoglu Couture show at the Turkish Autumn/Winter 2013/14 Fashion Week. This stunning backless wedding dress would make any girl feel special on her big day.
Mercedes Benz Istanbul Fashion Week showcases futuristic and creative designs.
We bet this model was 'egg-static' to be wearing this coat!
This kitty put the cat back in catwalk at Istanbul Fashion Week.
Actor Andre Jung performs in the role of King Lear during a rehearsal for a production of Shakespeare's King Lear in Germany.
Tracey from tattoo studio Skintastic shows off her incredible new head ink by artist Anthony Orsatti during The Australian Tattoo & Body Art Expo in Australia. The annual three day event in March showcases some of Australia's best tattoo and body artists and is open to any enthusiasts who wish to go.