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From the most expensive house in London to daredevil BMX bikers, check out this weeks most amazing photos!
'Someday we'll fly away'. A crew member at British Airways made this pretty patchwork from the many different things that can be found on a jumbo jet. The artwork includes everything from spoons to loo roll!
These giant Gromit's are just four of seventy that have been painted by celebrity artists such as designers Paul Smith and Cath Kidston. The colourful pooches are going to be placed around the Bristol as part of charity initiative arts trail. If you fancy taking a Gromit home for yourself, the sculptures will eventually be auctioned off for the charity Bristol Children's Hospital, as part of the Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal.
Hurrah for Spring at last!
Sometimes it's the little guys who can cause the biggest stir! This robot helps hand out leaflets in Parliament Square, calling for a ban on weapons that could cause harm without being triggered by humans.
Now that's what we call mum-power! Mums in America took part in a Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America rally in Washington, DC this week. Mums took to Capitol Hill outside the White House to hold a 'Stroller Jam' event and ask senators to vote to strengthen gun regulations.
Ever daydreamed about living in a mansion? Well Number 18 Carlton House Terrace is going on the housing market if you're interested. One word of warning however, you'll have to have about 250 million pounds spare. Hmmm... Maybe not.
Londoner's are up in arms about the proposals to turn this iconic skating landmark on London's Southbank into retail units.
This beautiful swan is part of artist Tessa Farmer's Voyager creation which is being shown as part of the Odyssey exhibition in Bath Abbey. Simply breathtaking!
Patrick Kane tries out the incredible new Touch Bionics prosthetic hand. The new i-limb ultra revolution features thumb rotation and multiple grip patterns, which gives the wearer more freedom to go about their daily routine.
What a fun day out! This amazing model village in Bourton-on-the-Water in the beautiful Cotswolds, is the first model village to have been given Grade II listed status.
Typical April... The weather looks like it just can't make it's mind up. But in this case, it might have an excuse! TV weather presenter Michael Fish took part in a photocall launching the World's first interactive storm at the London Design Museum.
Pretty carp streamers blow in the wind as part of the Koinobori festival at Tsuruuda River in Japan. It's traditional for people to hang the streamers to pray for the health and success for their sons.
Experts say this beautiful bead basket was made around 1665. The basket, which is made glass beads and wire, shows Charles II who had recently been restored to the throne, and also the aristocrat Catherine of Braganza in all her finery.
Heave ho! A RAF Chinock helicopter is put into action as it lifts a smaller aircraft known as a Gloster Meteor T.7 to its new home at the Jet Age Museum. The 1949 aircraft will be a welcome addition to the collection of aircrafts at the new museum.
'You put your left foot in, your left foot out... In out, in out, shake it all about'. A group of Morris Dancers get into the swing of things as they perform as part of St George's Day celebrations in London.
Actors dressed up as Roman soldiers took part in a commemorative parade to mark the 2,766th anniversary of the founding of Rome on April 21, 2013 in Rome, Italy. Myth states that the Italian capital of Rome was founded by the ancient demi-God Romulus in 753 BC.
People walk through a tulip field as part of the Spring Tulip Festival in Japan. Over three hundred varieties of these bright and beautiful flowers are grown at the popular Spring flower festival.
We could all do with remembering this message a little more... and what better way to remember than with the stunning mural. That's just what the students of Arturo Cambeiro Elementary School have done, as part of the Nevada.DIRECTV Revolution Community Service Day.
Daredevil bikers get into some serious jumping during day two of the UCI BMX Supercross World Championship in Manchester!
These baby Moon Jellyfish are part of a jellyfish baby boom at London's Sea Life London Aquarium. How magical!