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The happiest place on Earth.
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Castelul Peleș 🏰
Beautiful castle close to Brașov; worth visiting!
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on this day in 1966 the world said goodbye to walt disney but his dream will never be forgotten 💙✨


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国宝姫路城
平成の大修理を終えて真っ白に蘇った
白鷺城です
#姫路城
#姫路
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#お城
#お城巡り
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#世界遺産
#worldheritage
#世界遺産巡り
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We recently got annual passes to Disney so you know I had to do the obligatory Castle During Christmas post.
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#disney #castle #cinderellascastle #disneyworld #christmas


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let it snow 😊 #snow #castle #schloss #schnee


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16 décembre 1631 Eruption du Vésuve et mort de 4000 personnes

En 79 après J.C., le Vésuve se réveilla et détruisit Pompéi et Herculanum, tuant 30 000 habitants sous les yeux de Pline le Jeune qui relatera l'événement à l'historien Tacite. Le 16 décembre 1631, le volcan bordant la baie de Naples frémit de nouveau et émet un nuage de cendres, puis des coulées de lave. Selon certains historiens, l'archevêque de Naples décide alors d'organiser une procession autour de la relique de San Gennaro, et le volcan aurait commencé à se calmer. La statue du saint patron se trouve encore sur ses bords aujourd'hui. Néanmoins, l'éruption aura partiellement détruit les villes de Portici et Resina (l'ancienne Herculanum) et provoqué la mort de 3000 à 4000 victimes.

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View of Fukuyama city from the castle grounds #japan #fukuyama #castle #sunset #birdseyeview


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姫路城。
ほんま立派な城やわ。
キレイ。

また行ってこよっと。

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The place for my soul. My most favorite castle Harlaxton is first recorded in the Domesday Book as Harleston.
The current mansion is the second Harlaxton Manor. The first was built on a different site during the 14th century and was used as a hunting lodge by John of Gaunt. By 1619, Sir Daniel de Ligne purchased the manor. The original house was deserted after 1780; it was inherited by Gregory Gregory, and was torn down in 1857.
The current house was built by Gregory from 1837 to 1845 and helped usher in a renaissance of Elizabethan architecture. The original architect, Anthony Salvin, was replaced by William Burn, who is responsible for its interior detailing. Upon Gregory's death, the manor passed to his cousin George Gregory and then in 1860 to a distant relative, John Sherwin-Gregory. Upon the death of Sherwin's wife in 1892, it passed to his godson Thomas Pearson-Gregory, who allowed it to fall into disrepair.
The manor passed through several sets of disparate hands in the twentieth century. Abandoned by 1935, it was purchased two years later by Violet Van der Elst, a businesswoman and inventor, who made her money from developing the first brushless shaving cream and made her name by campaigning against capital punishment. She restored the house and had it wired for electricity. During the Second World War it was requisitioned by the Royal Air Force as the officers' mess for RAF Harlaxton and later to house a company of the 1st Airborne Division. In 1948, Harlaxton was purchased by The Society of Jesus, who used it as a novitiate. They in turn sold the manor, while retaining rights to some of the lands, to Stanford University in 1965. The University of Evansville began using the property in 1971 as its British campus, but it was owned by William Ridgway, a trustee of the university, until 1986. Immediately after the purchase, the University of Evansville began renovating the entire facility.
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