reminiscingroyalty: Queen Victoria in her coronation robes 1837
There are lots of activities this weekend surrounding Constitutional Day and NAIDOC Week celebrations. SATURDAY Celebrate Constitution Day When 11am-4pm | Where National Archives of Australia, Queen Victoria Terrace, Parkes At the National...Show More Summary
No longer shall Civ players have their games interrupted by a pithy Queen Elizabeth, demanding to know if they'd be interested in a new trade agreement with England. In Civilization 6, the English nation will instead be ruled by a young Queen Victoria, as shown in this latest video from Firaxis. Show More Summary
Queen Elizabeth was the ruler of the Britain in Civilization V, but Firaxis has switched gears and brought back Queen Victoria to run the country in Civilization VI. The move was revealed in the company's first look at England, its abilities...Show More Summary
It will be the second time she has played Queen Victoria The post Judi Dench to Play Queen Victoria in Frears’ Victoria and Abdul appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
It is London in the summer of 1871. Queen Victoria has just opened the Royal Albert Hall in memory of… The post Out of this world appeared first on The Spectator.
Queen Victoria had a particular red number...
Bloomberg Tablets: Hundreds of Roman ‘Notepads’ Unearthed in London According to Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA), a total of 405 writing tablets were unearthed on London’s Queen Victoria street – the site of a new European headquarters for Bloomberg. “Romans used waxed writing tablets like paper, for note-taking and accounts, for correspondence and for legal documents,” the [...]
The 2016 Lambda Literary Award winners, summer reading suggestions, why hardcover is the new vinyl, why language is colonized and more. The post Lez Liberty Lit #99: I Hate Queen Victoria But Love Bisexuality appeared first on Autostraddle.
Queen Victoria disapproved heartily of the racing set and of her son Bertie’s involvement in the sport. But she must… The post The sport of kings appeared first on The Spectator.
image credit It's one of the greatest inspirations of Jules Verne, Queen Victoria and Pink Floyd. Being formed over 60 million years ago, the Fingal's Cave is an unique, marvelous rock formation.Being surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Fingal’s Cave appeared during the Paleocene epoch, which lasted about 10 million years. Show More Summary
A guide to get you started on the city's seemingly endless supply of buildings inspired during Queen Victoria's reign Ask anyone to describe what makes San Francisco so special and Victorian architecture would be right up at the top of the list, Family-Feud style. Show More Summary
From Buckingham Palace's white marble Queen Victoria to the famous aluminum Eros in Piccadilly Circus, high-profile statues of historical and mythical figures across London have become central participants in an air pollution protes...
LOS ANGELES — YouTube star Anna Akana is in the middle of all the action in her new film Miss 2059. The digital influencer, known for funny videos like "How To Put On Your Face," plays beauty queen Victoria Young, who is tired of living...Show More Summary
Queen Victoria photographed in 1860. (Photo: J.J.E. Mayall/Public Domain) "We are not amused," Queen Victoria is said to have uttered at a dinner party in response to a bawdy story told at Windsor Castle. That now-famous phrase has to...Show More Summary
Funding Circle, a UK fintech company worth over £1 billion, is dedicating an entire floor of its new headquarters in London to younger startups. The peer-to-peer lending company moved into 71 Queen Victoria Street in Mansion House last...Show More Summary
Can a cruise ship make a social statement? The Queen Victoria plans to do just that. The Cunard ship will mark International Women's Day on Tuesday when it berths in Sydney, Australia. It plans to unfurl a pro-rights banner on its hull and be illuminated in purple in the evening, according to a...
Observing my gaze upon the magnificent textiles, Anita drew out a richly-embellished cope from Queen Victoria’s Jubilee. ‘This is cloth of gold’ she indicated, changing her voice to whisper, ‘it ceased production years ago.’ ‘There are...Show More Summary
A copy of Shakespeare's Second Folio annotated by Charles I, a drawing of Romeo and Juliet by Queen Victoria and a colourfully bound copy of The Merry Wives of Windsor presented to Queen Mary in 1917 are among the items going on display at Windsor Castle to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare in 1616. Show More Summary