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Royal Calendars 2021
Books & Magazines, Media & Co

Royal Calendars 2021

The wall next to my computer this year is decorated with a royal calendar. When you’re looking for it, there are several ones available, although it might vary per year. I bought mine from photographer Albert Nieboer from Royal Press Europe, who has done a great job, and created a calendar with lovely photos. There […]

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Christmas Markets 2019 Fraeylemaborg
Bits & Pieces, Miscellaneous

Christmas Markets 2019

What is even more wonderful than a Christmas market … exactly, a Christmas market in or around a castle. Sometimes they’re huge, sometimes they’re rather small. If you’re planning to visit one of the markets, here are the dates for 2019. Some have already taken place, so I didn’t list them, others are still to […]

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New royal and noble books – November 2018
Books & Magazines, Media & Co

New royal and noble books – November 2018

For more new books about royalty see: History of Royal Women Royal Book News The World of Royalty Van Hoogstraten Online   AUSTRIA Author: James Longo. Title: Hitler and the Habsburgs. The F├╝hrer’s vendetta against the Austrian royals. Publication: 6 November 2018 by Diversion Books. Language: English. AUSTRIA Author: Sabine Weiss. Title: Maximilian I. – […]

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Meghan & Harry – The Royal Wedding on TV
Film & TV, Media & Co

Meghan & Harry – The Royal Wedding on TV

Whether you’re in the UK, Europe, Australia or the USA. In several countries you can enjoy the wedding of Prince Harry of Wales and Meghan Markle on 19 May 2018 on TV. Often there are already specials on TV in the days before the wedding. I would be glad if someone could add countries, channels […]

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Haunted Royal Palaces and Castles
Castles, Travel

Haunted Royal Palaces and Castles

Halloween, All Saint’s Day, just the right time for a spooky post. Often royal palaces and castles are old. There are many stories going around about ghosts haunting these buildings, sometimes friendly, sometimes they are not. A palace without a moat is like a palace without a ghost. This is of course just a very […]

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