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From a dinosaur coming out of a painting to a telephone box on an tropical island, take a look at these incredible photos from around the world!
You never know when you might want to phone home. Luckily, if you're in the British Virgin Islands, you can let your friends and family know just how great a time your having by giving them a ring from this rather special telephone box!
'ROARRRR!' ...Don't worry, it isn't real! A special art exhibition in China is taking art to a whole new level with its 3D paintings. The exhibition encourages visitors to get stuck in and interact with the artworks.
It's definitely the prettiest Union Jack we've ever seen. This beautiful flag was created out of flowers as part of national Gardening Week. Time to get green fingers!
What a feat! Search and rescue crews were undertaking some amazing helicopter rescue missions whilst training at the Royal Navy base in Cornwall.
Time to get wet! The Thai people celebrate their New Year from April 13th to the 15th. The festival, known as Songkran, is celebrated by spending time with family, eating traditional food and also, huge street water-fights!
Everyone gets involved... Including the elephants! The animals are decorated with beautiful paint and really enjoy squirting jets of water over each other, as well as everyone else around them!
There's no elephants involved in China, but that didn't stop crowds of people joining in with the annual Water Splashing Festival!
The Netherlands are known for their tulips and these beautiful displays in Keukenhof flower park are no exception. The 63rd Annual Spring Opening of the park was a riot of colour as the gorgeous blooms created a carpet of colour.
Things were hotting up in Melbourne! We bet these fire fighters were feeling the heat as they were put to the test during a demonstration in the Australian city.
Barbie is looking her best in Berlin. A collection of the dolls are on display in Germany, with Barbie wearing some of her most beautiful princess-like outfits.
English Heritage volunteers are building three Neolithic houses near Salisbury in Wiltshire. The thatched houses are based on excavations made to indicate how the same tribes who are suspected to have helped build Stonehenge may have lived. The houses include a central hearth and a smoke hole to provide ventilation.
It was all about speed at the 2013 Chinese Grand Prix! F1 Driver Fernando Alonso whizzed into first place with Lewis Hamilton taking tenth position.
Tourists and commuters walking through Times Square in New York got a big surprise this week, when they were greeted by none other than Elmo and pals! Buskers in the American city have recently been dressing up as the beloved children's characters.
All that glitters... may not be worth as much as you think it is! Gold prices have suffered a fall of nearly 9% as prices slub for the second year in a row.
Campaigners for gay rights got dressed up in their finest and most colourful attire for the Gay Pride parade in Miami. What fabulous outfits!
This brings a whole new meaning to having your head in the clouds. St Pancras International has unveiled a new public artwork called 'Cloud : Meteoros'. The beautiful sculpture created by artists Lucy and Jorge Orta, is hanging in the train station in London.
There's a festival atmosphere in sunny Seville. The Spanish town holds an city-wide fair every year in April, featuring a parade, delicious tapas dishes and lots of celebrating. What fun!
The Finnish National Ballet are getting Moscow into the Spring mood by performing the ballet 'The Rite of Spring'. The music for the orginal production was written in 2013 by composer Igor Stavinsky and is based on an imaginary Pagan ritual.
Did someone turn out the lights? A model wears a big floppy hat from the Cantao summer collection at the Fashion Rio show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil... We think she might need a size smaller next time.
Chinese cleaners have been busy in Beijing, when it was decided the National Aquatics Center, known as the Water Cube, needed a Spring clean. The Aquatics Center hosted the swimming, diving and synchronized swimming events during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.