Monthly Archives: March 2013

Medieval Warwick unchanged since the industrial revolution

Tweet   Fire in medieval days destroyed large areas of ancient buildings in most historical centers of UK and European cities, same as the great fire of London which burn down most of the city in 1666. Nevertheless, fires also …

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Polesden Lacey and the diamond tiara fit for a Queen

Tweet   Margaret Helen McEwan Anderson was William McEwan’s illegitimate daughter, founder of the famous Scottish brewery business. Backed by her father’s great wealth she managed to get into High society and the Aristocratic circle, by holding lavish parties at …

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Petworth House and French impressionism

Tweet   The eyes of a painter see the world in many colors, which are different from normal perception. The pictures of many impressionist painters look romantic because of light, shades and color modulation. Their pictures are created to represent …

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