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Prime Minister (1979 - 1990) Margaret Thatcher. Nickname "Iron Lady". Born Margaret Hilda Roberts 13 October 1925, Grantham, England. Died 8 April 2013, London, England


The Holy Lance/Spear of Destiny, displayed in the Imperial Treasury at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria. At the core of the spear is the original blade, now broken, and combined with an iron pinion that is reputed to be a nail taken from the cross. Holding the broken spearhead and the ‘nail’ together is some silver wire believed to have been added around 600AD, at the same time as the “wings” - two extra blades that were added to adorn the base of the spear.

<3 two hearts that understand each other in silence is much better than thousand words. People who love their freedom needs it as a gesture of respect, clinging lovey dovey is surely a relationship killer for these people, we are the same.


Daniel Gillies

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Preikestolen Pulpit Rock is a massive cliff in Norway that towers 604 meters (1982 feet) in near vertical drop over the ocean


Beyoncé sans fard

"Beyonce The Gentlewoman, Spring/Summer 2013" You can tell that this photographer had a strong eye to see how the photograph would look in black and white. Its not an easy skill to have. I love this photograph because Beyonce looks natural and happy. Whilst her persona is a strong fearless and powerful women. But in this photograph you see a different side to her, a gentle and free spirited woman. By Hannah Wilson


Kestrel Class CX0

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Real(Mislabeled) - This is not a picture of the 1833 Perseid Meteor Shower. - This is a famous depiction(cropped from the original) of the 1833 Leonid Meteor Storm, produced in 1889 for the Seventh-day Adventist book Bible Readings for the Home Circle


The Crown of Bolesław the Brave

"The sword of destiny has two edges. You are one of them." - Andrzej Sapkowski - Polish "Szczerbiec" is the coronation sword that was used in crowning ceremonies of most kings of Poland from 1320 to 1764. It is currently on display in the treasure vault of the Royal Wawel Castle in Kraków as the only preserved piece of medieval Polish Crown Jewels.