Flickr, one of the leading online photo-sharing communities, will launch in seven additional languages to help the global Flickr community more easily explore, find, manage and share photos.

The new languages are French, German, Korean, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Traditional Chinese.

Over half of Flickr members already use Flickr in regions outside the United States, and this new language support will bring the Flickr community to even more people around the world and let them discover over 525 million photos taken by Flickr members from all over the world.

To celebrate this milestone, Flickr will host a series of global community events starting this month in Berlin, Paris, London and Montreal.

Flickr will also unveil its 24 Hours of Flickr commemorative book illustrating life as it happened around the world in one day.

24 Hours of Flickr was a global photo project for which members were encouraged to submit one photo taken on May 5, 2007 to illustrate that day in the life of the Flickr community.

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