Estadio Municipal de Braga, designed by Eduardo Souto de Moura. Francois Xavier Marit/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cherry trees bloom in Washington, D.C.'s tidal basin, with the Jefferson monument in the background. Japan gave 3,000 trees as a gift to the U.S. in 1912. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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By the time Gauguin arrived in the late 1800s, Tahiti had been "thoroughly Christianized and colonized" by the French, says National Gallery curator Mary Morton. Women didn't walk around half-nude — but Gauguin painted them that way anyway. Above, an 1899 depiction of Two Tahitian Women. The Metropolitan Museum of Art hide caption

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A woman dressed in rags is the subject of Tattered and Torn by Alfred Kappes. Oil on canvas, 1886. Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Mass hide caption

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