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Museum and Exploration of Immigration and Diversity.

I was recently given the opportunity to join the East London Humanists for guided tour of 19 Princelet Street. This building is Europe’s first Museum and Exploration of Immigration and Diversity. 230 more words

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Franschhoek

It was hot, we had walked at La Motte, and the priority was a beer!

Then we visited the Huguenot Memorial and Museum. The flight of Protestants from… 123 more words

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How did they survive?

Whilst Tina works her socks off with newly commissioned research, I’ve been tracing our French Huguenot Pillars’, I’ve been meaning to do so since I was kindly given the printouts from a very distant cousin at least a couple of years ago. 489 more words

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Hann. Münden to Beverungen

Benedictine Monastery in Bursfelde

Halfway on our route to Beverungen we will visit the Benedictine Monastery in Bursfelde and have a look inside. The monastery was founded in 1093 by… 327 more words

Cycle: Weser River Bike Trail

Visit Franschhoek the Wine Nook

South Africa has vast array of great wines.  I usually base my choice on the attractiveness of the label, which is generally NOT the most failsafe way to choose a decent bottle. 786 more words

South Africa

Montbrison: massacre protestant

Montbrison : massacre protestant   

Grüß Gott !

Le baron des Adrets, à la tête des Réformés, occit les Montbrisonnais, au pays du Forez.

Histoire des choses arrivées de son temps / Auguste de Thou / Tome second / Paris / 1659: … 1,075 more words

Hammer of the Huguenots (Heroes and History Series)

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Book Description

Philippe, an orphan shipwright apprentice in sixteenth-century France, is perplexed by the intense religious conflict raging about him. While his friends Maurice and Sophie cling to the good news proclaimed by the church Reformers, Philippe has not yet been persuaded to abandon the teachings of the state church in which he was raised. 163 more words

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