Day 1: after a #flight from #Toronto to #Montreal and flight to #Casablanca we were exhausted. However we had a 4 hour train to take. @tsiparina and I had fell asleep. We were woken up by a stranger insisting to sit where I was laying my head (literally). However I sat up and we started talking to him about the country he knows and loves, #morocco ! Through this we found out about his life and he set up a #tour guide for us at no charge! The guide, Michele, took us around the community we are staying at, the #kings#palace doors, and a #mosaicart#factory ! This proves the #power of #communication will take you places you never thought #imaginable ! After this he left us at a wonderful restaurant with amazing #traditional Moroccan #cuisine . Again the #locals being so eager to help walked us back to our #riad
Buckingham Palace in London 1837 - Present. #royalty#palace#queenvictoria 👸🏻 - - -
Victoria was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. On 1 May 1876, she adopted the additional title of Empress of India. Known as the Victorian era, her reign of 63 years and seven months was longer than that of any of her predecessors. #legacy#londonhistory
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During the time that the Popes lived in France, they lived here in Avignon. This is the shot inside one of the outer rooms, as you walk throughout the courtyard to the room that the Popes slept in. #Avignon#Pope#Palace#France
Location: Chadlington Chipping Norton Oxfordshire, England
PRICE: 24,666,000 USD | 22,305,464 EUR
SIZE: 5,856 sq ft | 544 sq m
LOT: 515. acres | 208.41 ha
Located in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Cotswolds is a charming pocket of rural England, with rolling hills, sprawling meadows, quaint villages and stately homes. This property is close to the charming village of Chadlington, providing a lovely rural lifestyle with amenities like a coffee shop, a butcher, a grocery store, and a local pub.
With sweeping views across the Evenlode Valley, the Grade II* listed manor home Lower Court is believed to have been built for the Osbalbeston family circa 1700 and remodelled in the 1800s. Notable features include an ornate Rococo-style ceiling, a beautiful oak staircase, and a charming country kitchen. Behind the country house one finds five cottages as well as a traditional range of Cotswold stone farm buildings; a grass paddock for grazing horses and a Weeping-Willow lined lakefront for carp fishing at your leisure.