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Empress Matilda Matilda's great seal, the image possibly an accurate likeness of Matilda herself

Empress Matilda Matilda's great seal, the image possibly an accurate likeness of Matilda herself

Vikings (Sweden). 'There are still real, live Vikings, and you can visit them at one of Sweden’s most absorbing attractions. An evocative ‘living’ reconstruction of a late–Viking Age village, Foteviken Viking Reserve was built on the coast near the site of the Battle of Foteviken. You can tour all of these, check out the great meeting hall, see a war catapult and buy Viking-made handicrafts.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/sweden/skane/sights/historic-site/foteviken-viking-reserve

Vikings (Sweden). 'There are still real, live Vikings, and you can visit them at one of Sweden’s most absorbing attractions. An evocative ‘living’ reconstruction of a late–Viking Age village, Foteviken Viking Reserve was built on the coast near the site of the Battle of Foteviken. You can tour all of these, check out the great meeting hall, see a war catapult and buy Viking-made handicrafts.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/sweden/skane/sights/historic-site/foteviken-viking-reserve

Beverston Castle England was originally a well fortified fortress. It was the location of an important battle between the opposing English armies of King Stephen and Empress Matilda in 1140 AD.

Beverston Castle England was originally a well fortified fortress. It was the location of an important battle between the opposing English armies of King Stephen and Empress Matilda in 1140 AD.

Bubbleater at the 1962 Worlds Fair  lifted hundreds of visitors each day to the World of Tomorrow. The Space-Age elevator could hold up to 150 people.

Bubbleater at the 1962 Worlds Fair lifted hundreds of visitors each day to the World of Tomorrow. The Space-Age elevator could hold up to 150 people.

On the 23th of August 1989 two million people across Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania joined hands, creating a human chain, to protest peacefully against the Soviet occupation.

On the 23th of August 1989 two million people across Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania joined hands, creating a human chain, to protest peacefully against the Soviet occupation.

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