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A free encyclopedia of nonsense built collaboratively using Vicky software. Sorry it's not in Norwegian.

Vikipedia

A free encyclopedia of nonsense built collaboratively using Vicky software. Sorry it's not in Norwegian.

Princess Elizabeth and  Princess Margaret, photo Cecil Beaton

Image of princess elizabeth and princess margaret, photo cecil beaton. england, 1945 by V&A Images

Rainha Victoria & Victoria de Battenberg

Queen Victoria and her grandaughter Victoria Eugenie ‘Ena’, Queen of Spain By Alexander Bassano Half-plate glass negative, 1897

House of Tudor 1485 - 1603 family tree

My Bullen ancestors are supposed to be related to Anne Boleyn, therefore Elizabeth I. ALady House of Tudor 1485 - 1603 family tree

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with Prince Edward and one of the Princesses, either Louise or Helena. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with Prince Edward and one of the Princesses, either Louise or Helena. This is quite an early photograph, perhaps late or

Le stanze da bagno di SissiBagni dal mondo | Un blog sulla cultura dell'arredo bagno

Le stanze da bagno di SissiBagni dal mondo | Un blog sulla cultura dell'arredo bagno

Three cousins: Ernst of Hesse and By Rhine, Prince George of England, and Alfred of Saxe Coburg. This image was taken th...

carolathhabsburg: “ Three cousins: Ernst of Hesse and By Rhine, Prince George of England, and Alfred of Saxe Coburg. This image was taken the same day of the infamous peacock picture, in Coburg.

Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Countess Sophie.

The early twentieth century was noted for S-shaped silhouettes like the one made by Sophie's dress in this photo.

King Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark with their children: Albert, George, Louise and Victoria.

Edward VII and Queen Alexandra with their daughter Princess Victoria and the four eldest children of the heir to the throne Prince George; from left to right Princess Mary, Prince Albert, Prince Henry and Prince Edward.

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