Balmoral Castle will forever be known as the happy family home of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their nine children. An epic Scotch Baronial castle, fit for the Queen of Great Britain and grandmother of Europe, Balmoral Castle remains the autumnal residence of the Royal family to this day. Show More Summary
08 Nov-24 Dec Christmas at the Queen Victoria Building is a magical experience, and an exciting destination for families and children to enjoy the festive season. This...
Rose Byrne is a radiant beauty as she arrives for her New Face Of Oroton Celebration event held at the Oroton Boutique, Queen Victoria Building on Thursday (November 13) in Sydney, Australia. “Growing up, Oroton was always the label of luxury. Their in store and advertising images were always beautiful, timeless and classy, always hinting [...]
Delete all your Johnlock fanfic and take to your bed, because Benedict Cumberbatch is engaged to somebody who isn't you. Queen Victoria wore black for decades after she lost Albert so I'm pretty sure it's OK to deck yourself out in some sort of veil situation for the rest of the week. Read more...
Darac Grill & Bar 51 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne (map) 9662 2441 Lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat From about Little Lonsdale Street in the CBD to Victoria Street in North Melbourne, the Queen Victoria Market district is increasingly becoming...Show More Summary
Wow, as if the royals weren't weird enough. Here is a brooch made in 1847 from the baby tooth of Princess Victoria, the 7-yo daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The princess's dad pulled the tooth during a trip to Scotland, so they made it into a gold & enamel thistle. Show More Summary
Still the longest reigning monarch at 63 years (though Queen Elizabeth II should catch her in 2015), Queen Victoria presided over one of the longest and most successful eras of British history. The Victorian era was one of massive changes, including industrial, social, philosophical, and technological transformations. Show More Summary
Queen Victoria, when she passed away in 1901 ending the longest reign of any British monarch in history, made sure her most loyal attendants were taken care of. She willed them her royal underpants, among other silk and linen items.Show More Summary
The treasured houses of England are widely populated by visitors every year. Any glimpse of a royal artifact or architectural design common from an ancient era entices the attention of many. One house in particular that has a long standing name on the stately house scene is Osborne House. Show More Summary
The inaugural MPavilion was today unveiled in Melbourne?s Queen Victoria Gardens, the first in a major new series of annual architecture commissions and design events initiated by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, which will be presented free to the public from 7 October 2014 until 1 February 2015. Show More Summary
Standing silently between two lines of traffic crossing the River Thames, Queen Victoria cuts an imperious figure. Who knew that she was thinking how much she hated breastfeeding? At least that is the thought imagined by an artistic group which has been making London’s statues...
(YouTube link) Queen Victoria had a tattoo? We may never know for sure, but tattoos were somewhat of a fad in Victorian society, after sailors came back from Polynesia with them. But tattoos go back as far as human civilization, for various reasons in various places. Show More Summary
This fall, a major exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art examines the making and viewing of sculpture in Britain and its empire during the reign of Queen Victoria. Sculpture Victorious: Art in an Age of Invention, 1837?1901 seeks...Show More Summary
The Georgian Era was certainly an important, and long one, in English history. It ran from 1714 to 1830, ending when Queen Victoria ascended to the throne. During the period, England continued to build an empire, lost a colony, abolished slavery, created some of the greatest works of literature, and became the world’s dominant power. Show More Summary
As it turns out, it wasn’t Prince Albert Victor or Queen Victoria’s obstetrician or author Lewis Caroll. It was…some crazy guy: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/09/08/author-claims-to-have-identified-jack-the-ripper-via-dna-testing-of-a-shawl/...Show More Summary
I feel we’re in the home stretch now, but even at its worst summer can’t wear these plants down. In sun, Queen Victoria agave (A. victoriae-reginae), with its pleated, white-edged leaves, just laughs at the Death Star. Agave stricta, which really needs a bigger pot, and Agave lophantha ‘Quadricolor’ look sharp all summer too. Show More Summary
by John Herrman "Supposedly born on August 31, 1887–the year Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden Jubilee–she has attributed her long life to eating well, snacking on chocolate, sleeping for days on end and never getting married, according to her family." 0 Comments The post The Teen Secrets of Immortality appeared first on The Awl.
Have a chin-wag with Queen Victoria or the Spitalfields Goat.
LONDON (AP) — Calling all London tourists: Peter Pan, Sherlock Holmes and Queen Victoria want a word with you.
Cunard’s Queen Victoria to undergo multimillion dollar refit at Blohm & Voss Shipyard in January 2015, nearly one year ahead of its planned December 2015 maintenance.