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Aerial view of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer

Aerial view of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer

Galicia (Spain) - Wikipedia

Galicia (Spain) - Wikipedia

Maryland.  Por Kristin Stephens

Maryland. Por Kristin Stephens

Ketill Flatnose - Ketill Bjǫrnsson was the son of Bjǫrn Grímsson. In the Laxdaela saga he is recorded as being from Romsdal (Raumsdal), a valley in the county of Møre og Romsdal, between Nordmøre and Sunnmøre[3] and from Sogn in the Landnámabók. After Harald Fairhair had won the decisive Battle of Hafrsfjord in the late 9th century, many fled from Norway.[6] According to the Orkneyinga saga, some of these Vikings began to raid Norway in summer from the Orkney and Shetland islands north of…

Ketill Flatnose - Ketill Bjǫrnsson was the son of Bjǫrn Grímsson. In the Laxdaela saga he is recorded as being from Romsdal (Raumsdal), a valley in the county of Møre og Romsdal, between Nordmøre and Sunnmøre[3] and from Sogn in the Landnámabók. After Harald Fairhair had won the decisive Battle of Hafrsfjord in the late 9th century, many fled from Norway.[6] According to the Orkneyinga saga, some of these Vikings began to raid Norway in summer from the Orkney and Shetland islands north of…

Scottish Highlands - Wikipedia

Scottish Highlands - Wikipedia

Hanga Roa - Paques

Hanga Roa - Paques

Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chateau de Bagatelle: In 1777 a party was thrown in the recently completed house in honour of Louis XVI and the Queen. The party featured a new table game featuring a small billiard-like table with raised edges and cue sticks, which players used to shoot ivory balls up an inclined playfield with fixed pins. The table game was dubbed "bagatelle" by the Count and shortly after swept through France, evolving into various forms which eventually culminated in the modern pinball machine.

Chateau de Bagatelle: In 1777 a party was thrown in the recently completed house in honour of Louis XVI and the Queen. The party featured a new table game featuring a small billiard-like table with raised edges and cue sticks, which players used to shoot ivory balls up an inclined playfield with fixed pins. The table game was dubbed "bagatelle" by the Count and shortly after swept through France, evolving into various forms which eventually culminated in the modern pinball machine.

Photo: Kev's Kaptures

Photo: Kev's Kaptures

Scottish Highlands -- I will go back again someday, and I may never come home!

Scottish Highlands -- I will go back again someday, and I may never come home!

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