France's Thierry Henry (12) and team mates celebrate Patrick Vieira's (obscured) goal against [Spain] during their second round World Cup 2006 soccer match in Hanover June 27, 2006.   FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE
RM2E7PJHYFrance's Thierry Henry (12) and team mates celebrate Patrick Vieira's (obscured) goal against [Spain] during their second round World Cup 2006 soccer match in Hanover June 27, 2006. FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE
03 May 2022, Hamburg: Members of the Belgian Amicale, an association of survivors and relatives of former concentration camp prisoners, wear an armband in the national flags of Belgium, during the commemoration ceremony at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial to mark the 77th anniversary of the end of the war and the liberation of the prisoners. Survivors as well as member associations of the Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme and other relatives of former Neuengamme Concentration Camp prisoners from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Croatia, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain and Ukra
RM2J6PR8403 May 2022, Hamburg: Members of the Belgian Amicale, an association of survivors and relatives of former concentration camp prisoners, wear an armband in the national flags of Belgium, during the commemoration ceremony at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial to mark the 77th anniversary of the end of the war and the liberation of the prisoners. Survivors as well as member associations of the Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme and other relatives of former Neuengamme Concentration Camp prisoners from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Croatia, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain and Ukra
Lampre team riders lead the pack through the German countryside during  the 181km second stage of  the 89th Tour de France cycling race from [Luxembourg city] to Saarbrucken in Germany July 8, 2002. [Mapei team rider Oscar Freire of Spain won the stage in a sprint and  Lampre team rider Rubens Bertoglati of Switzerland retains the yellow leader jersey.]
RM2D4DDJBLampre team riders lead the pack through the German countryside during the 181km second stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from [Luxembourg city] to Saarbrucken in Germany July 8, 2002. [Mapei team rider Oscar Freire of Spain won the stage in a sprint and Lampre team rider Rubens Bertoglati of Switzerland retains the yellow leader jersey.]
Door colored in USA, Spain, Italy, France, Germany national flags, locking with chain. Countries lockdown during coronavirus, COVID spreading. Concept of medicine. Worldwide epidemic, quarantine.
RF2BJ41MWDoor colored in USA, Spain, Italy, France, Germany national flags, locking with chain. Countries lockdown during coronavirus, COVID spreading. Concept of medicine. Worldwide epidemic, quarantine.
A France soccer fan watches his team at a fan festival in Frankfurt during the second round World Cup 2006 soccer match between [Spain] and France June 27, 2006.
RM2E7CMYHA France soccer fan watches his team at a fan festival in Frankfurt during the second round World Cup 2006 soccer match between [Spain] and France June 27, 2006.
Huge sculpture of a face illuminated by an image of a French flag painted face during the festival of lights 2011 in Berlin
RMCB9AFCHuge sculpture of a face illuminated by an image of a French flag painted face during the festival of lights 2011 in Berlin
French President Jacques Chirac (2nd R), asks for questions during a press conference with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (L), Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd L) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) after a meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris March 18, 2005.
RM2D42HD3French President Jacques Chirac (2nd R), asks for questions during a press conference with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (L), Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd L) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) after a meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris March 18, 2005.
Different national flags painted on stones outdoors in Borgarfjordur in Iceland during beautiful sunset. Travel and national concept.
RFRA5DEEDifferent national flags painted on stones outdoors in Borgarfjordur in Iceland during beautiful sunset. Travel and national concept.
Oct. 2, 2010 - Braselton, Georgia, USA - Flags were flown during the pre-race ceremony for the various countries represented at the 13th Annual 2010 Petite Le Mans Powered By Mazda 2. (Credit Image: © Everett Davis/Southcreek Global/ZUMApress.com)
RMDJWD6KOct. 2, 2010 - Braselton, Georgia, USA - Flags were flown during the pre-race ceremony for the various countries represented at the 13th Annual 2010 Petite Le Mans Powered By Mazda 2. (Credit Image: © Everett Davis/Southcreek Global/ZUMApress.com)
Soldiers of the Chadian Army raise the flags of partner nations participating in Flintlock 17 during the opening ceremony Feb. 27, 2017. Flintlock is an annual special operations exercise involving more than 20 nation forces that strengthens security institutions, promotes multilateral sharing of information, and develops interoperability among partner nations in North West Africa.(U.S. Army photo by Richard Bumgardner)
RMMPFFCESoldiers of the Chadian Army raise the flags of partner nations participating in Flintlock 17 during the opening ceremony Feb. 27, 2017. Flintlock is an annual special operations exercise involving more than 20 nation forces that strengthens security institutions, promotes multilateral sharing of information, and develops interoperability among partner nations in North West Africa.(U.S. Army photo by Richard Bumgardner)
September 7, 2017: Croatian fans  during the FIBA Eurobasket 2017 - Group C, game between Czech Republic and Croatia at Polyvalent Hall, Cluj-Napoca,  Romania ROU. Foto: Cronos
RMK71P50September 7, 2017: Croatian fans during the FIBA Eurobasket 2017 - Group C, game between Czech Republic and Croatia at Polyvalent Hall, Cluj-Napoca, Romania ROU. Foto: Cronos
Soldiers of the Chadian Army raise the flags of partner nations participating in Flintlock 17 during the opening ceremony Feb. 27, 2017. Flintlock is an annual special operations exercise involving more than 20 nation forces that strengthens security institutions, promotes multilateral sharing of information, and develops interoperability among partner nations in North West Africa.
RMRAN9Y9Soldiers of the Chadian Army raise the flags of partner nations participating in Flintlock 17 during the opening ceremony Feb. 27, 2017. Flintlock is an annual special operations exercise involving more than 20 nation forces that strengthens security institutions, promotes multilateral sharing of information, and develops interoperability among partner nations in North West Africa.