Articles about windsor
Are you looking for new dining room chairs for sale, such as leather, oak, antique or teak styles? If so, there are many things to think about first. Budgeting is often important for many buyers these days and you must know that furniture is normally not too cheap unless you...
Writing online articles is a satisfying and potentially rewarding experience. It is imperative however that if you are to be successful, your articles are informative and accurate. This article affords a few helpful tips for researching in advance what you write.
Britain's Queen, Elizabeth II, will celebrate her diamond jubilee, sixty years as Queen of Great Britain and the Commonwealth, in 2012. Queen Elizabeth is Britain's second longest reigning monarch. Only Queen Victoria has reigned longer. I am sixty this year. Queen Elizabeth has been Queen all my life, the only Queen most of us have known. So what are the events that have marked her reign? Presidents and premiers come and go but Queen Elizabeth remains. In 2010 the UN Secretary Genral described her as 'an anchor for our age.' This is why.
Haydn was affectionately known as ‘Papa’ Haydn by his many pupils and protégées. He had no real enemies – although he hated his wife, a feeling reciprocated by her! So why did someone remove his head?
King Edward VI, son of King Henry VIII and the only male heir for the Tudor throne, was only a child when he stepped onto the throne and died as a teenager. Still, his reign has made a lasting impact upon English history, altering its course and structuring the Church of England.
The Aberdeen Angus takes its name from two counties in Scotland and is another of Great Britain's indigenous breeds. The Aberdeen was also very popular in the United States and both the Brangus and Red Brangus are based on Aberdeen blood. In Australia, the Murray Grey was developed from the Aberdeen and both breeds are highly regarded for their calm disposition and succulent meat.
What would Christmas be without a tree, with its lights and decorations shining through the winter darkness? But as we enjoy Christmas trees, whether in our own home or outdoors, the question remains: why should a tree have so much importance?
London is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. There are a multitude of options available for tourists to visit. The variety of attractions is such that you can visit again and again for the rest of your life and not see everything. Whatever interests you, architecture,...
The emerald has long been part of humankind's history. Now, the emerald engagement ring is a popular option for those who want a beautiful green gem on their loved one's finger. Learn more about what makes the emerald a special gemstone, along with what to look for when purchasing one.
London can be an expensive place for families to visit, but it does not have to be. Much depends on the type of activities you and your family enjoy, and the time of year that you visit. Obviously, during the school holidays, and holiday periods in general, popular places...
Victoria and Albert, the queen and her escort, her lover and friend, how did they meet and marry and it wasn't all plain sailing.
As the human race grows we are responsible for more and more waste being put into our environment. Of this waste much of it has a very negative effect on the quality of air in our environment. From the volume of cars cruising the streets to the...
As individual investors and traders, we need to continually scour the web and do our own research for our investments -- so here’s my list of 10 top investing ideas for 2012 including stocks, commodities, ETFs, and mutual funds. I hope it inspires you to do your own investigation of these and other investing choices, since our 401K, 403b, IRA, rollover retirement accounts, SEP and Roth IRAs portfolios are all generally under our own control.
An overview of the places in which the ghost of Anne Boleyn is rumoured to haunt. The former queen's ghost is one of the most ubiquitous spectres in England, having been witnessed in a variety of different locations. These range from famous palaces and fortresses such as Hampton Court and the Tower of London, to more obscure locations like Hever Castle and Blickling Hall.
Some years before the mass hysteria of the Salem Witch Trials (in the late 17th Century) one hapless woman, working as a midwife and healer, was put to death for witchcraft. Hers was the second execution of its type in the New World and the first in the Massachusetts Colony.