• шпаргалки по страноведению
    those in the centre of Norwich, also contribute to tourism. Charles Edward Maurice Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer, DL (born 20 May 1964), styled Viscount Althorp between 1975 and 1992, is a British peer and brother of Diana, Princess of Wales. Lord Spencer is the maternal uncle of Prince William, Duke of...
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  • History of Bombay
    for mosquitos. This was met with a lot of opposition. The later half of the 19th century was also to see a feverish construction of buildings in Bombay, many of which such as, the Victoria Terminus, the General Post Office, Municipal Corporation, the Prince of Wales Museum, Rajabai Tower...
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  • Bihar- the Urban Advent of Rural India
    College, Patna Science College, Bihar College of Engineering, Prince of Wales Medical College and the Patna Veterinary College. With government patronage, the Biharis quickly seized the opportunity to make these centres flourish quickly and attain renown. In 1935, certain portions of Bihar were...
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  • British Legion
    they often record the names of those who were killed or, just as importantly, act as a symbol for all those that fought and were affected by the conflict. Memorials can have many different shapes and forms hRh Prince William of Wales KG lays a wreath at camp bastion, the main military base in...
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  • Traditions, Customs and Habits of Great Britain as the Reflection of Mentality of the Nation
    princes. Now the Tower is a museum. You can see there a great collection of weapons of different times, tools of torture, knights’ armour, numerous Royal Regalia-swords, scepters, crowns. Tourists are usually attracted by the famous and priceless Crown Jewels. The imperial State Crown, for example...
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  • Princess Diaries
    Princess Diana Biography See: Short biography of Princess Diana Biography of Diana, Princess of Wales Lady Diana Frances Spencer, (Diana Frances Mountbatten-Windsor, née Spencer) (July 1, 1961–August 31, 1997) was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales. From her marriage in 1981 to her...
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  • Research Prince Charles
    Wales at the age of only nine (Charles, 2011). Charles also attended Gordonstoun in Scotland, and studied in Australia too during his time there. The Prince also went to Cambridge University in 1967 to study archaeology and anthropology (House, 2009). He attended the Trinity College part, a subdivision...
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  • bus101
    Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales. History of kellogg’s Kellogg's was founded as the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company on February 19, 1906, by Will Keith Kellogg as an outgrowth of his work with his brother John Harvey Kellogg at the Battle Creek Sanatorium following practices based...
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  • What Is This
    proposed on 6 February 1981, and Diana accepted, but their engagement was kept secret for the next few weeks.[8] Engagement and wedding Main article: Wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer Their engagement became official on 24 February 1981, after Diana selected a large...
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  • The British Royal Family
    Princess and Charles, Prince of Wales on subsequent news coverage of the Royal Family in the UK. II. Funding: Members of the Royal Family carry out public duties; these individuals receive an annual payment known as a Parliamentary Annuity, the funds being supplied to cover office costs. These...
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  • Cloud
    Introduction G There are over 330,000 Freemasons in England and Wales. G There are nearly six million Freemasons worldwide. G There are nearly 8,000 Lodges spread throughout England and Wales. Pictured: the ceiling of Grand Lodge 2 What is Freemasonry? G Why become a...
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  • English Research Paper
    Paragraph #3 Topic Sentence: Diana Spencer announced her engagement to the Prince of Wales on February 24, 1981 a. They were neighbors for many years until 1975. b. They met again when he was invited to a weekend at Althorp in November 1977 c. They were married at St. Pauls Cathedrial in...
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  • The Prince of Wales Case
    Introduction You have asked me to write you a legal memorandum about the case HRH Prince of Wales v Associated Newspaper Ltd [2006] EWCA Civ 1776 (the Prince of Wales case). In the following memorandum, as to your request, I would deal with the following points in order: (i) material facts, (ii...
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  • Royal Family
    * CONTENTS: Rationale Introduction I. The House of Windsor II. Members * Queen Elizabeth II * Prince Philip * Prince Charles * Diana, Princess of Wales and her tragic story * Prince William, Duke of Cambridge * Prince Henry (Harry) * Camilla, Duchess of...
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  • Historic Centres of Melaka and Penang Social and Cultural History
    the Malay World” Pulau Pinang, Vol.2, No.2, p.22. __________, “The Chariot Procession” Pulau Pinang, Vol.2, No.6, pp. 46-48. Leith, George, 1804. A Short Account of the Settlement, Produce and Commerce of the Prince of Wales Island in the Straits of Malacca. London, J. Booth. Malacca...
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  • Princess Diana
    a while she looked after the child of an American couple, and she worked as a kindergarten teacher at the Young England School in Pimlico. On 24 February 1981 it was officially announced that Lady Diana was to marry The Prince of Wales. As neighbors at Sandringham until 1975, their families...
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  • Princess Diana of Wales
    kindergarten teacher at Young England School. In 1981 Prince Charles proposed to his love that he had been seeing for six months Diana when the two were having dinner at Buckingham Palace. The wedding of Lade Diana Frances Spencer and Charles, Prince of Wales, took place on July 29 1981 at St. Paul’s...
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  • Welsh Castles of Edward I
    building can be found on a place called Old Castle Farm. The second timber castle was erected in 1110 and rebuilt into stone castle by Lord Rhys (Rhys ap Gruffydd, the Prince of Deheubarth). Thus it became the first stone castle built by the native prince of Wales. Rhys's son sold the castle to King...
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  • Tourism Behaviour
    Botanic Gardens, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Australian Museum are within easy walking range of tourists yet the images and subsequent interviews demonstrate that many tourists are not ‘finding’ their way to this part of the city. For those that do the experience is enjoyable. Image 10...
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  • The Prince and the Pauper
    is Edward, Prince of Wales, and this fact suggests the possibility that perhaps he may yet be cured. Henry VIII orders that Edward be relieved of his studies so that he might have a better chance to recover. In addition, Henry insists that Edward be "installed in his princely dignity in due and...
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