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Fiona Chance used spray-paints and stencils to create her dolphin. ‘Bubbles’ was covered with images associated with the history and culture of Aberdeen and the surrounding area.  123 more words

Wild Dolphins 2014

Church Roof Repairs

I thought a short progress report might be of interest.

‘The roof of the Chancel has been completely removed and our engineers have discovered considerable wet rot in the main timbers. 138 more words

Glatton; St. Nicholas Church


Set 7 “ICONS OF WESTERN & EASTERN SAINTS” includes 12 icons of Western & Eastern Saints painted by Marchela Dimitrova

St Andrew the Apostol

St Aquilina… 30 more words

Old ruins, living stones, glass, and pottery: County Kilkenny's medieval ecclesiastical heritage

Co. Kilkenny, specifically the south-eastern end of it, is a hidden gem of Irish medieval history. Forget the Book of Kells, Viking Dublin, and Norman Dublin (well, no don’t), and Temple Bar (yes, do!), get yourself out of the capital and down the country for a real experience of medieval Ireland. 970 more words


Mystery Remains

Hello you lovely human beings,

So here is the part two of Freddie’s trip in Prague. In case you haven’t seen it, click here for the first part where he saw the astronomical clock, the municipal house, and the view of Prague from the riverbank! 607 more words


Newcastle Cathedral

The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas is a Church of England cathedral in Newcastle upon Tyne. St. Nicholas was born in Greece and died in 343 AD. 612 more words

Medieval History

Who is Your Santa

PR: Is Santa Claus for real?

Me: (after a couple of seconds) Why do you ask this?

PR: Well, my friends in the class say that there is no Santa Claus. 859 more words