Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'FOTONIQUE' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Queen Victoria was highly popular in February last year.

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The Sensory Storytelling Experience at The Queens Hotel, Cheltenham

[...] Queens Hotel in Cheltenham first opened its doors on the 21st July 1838 and was named after Queen Victoria to celebrate her coronation. Since 1955 the  hotel has been listed a Grade II English [...]

forevermissvanity.com

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Know About One Of The First Female Physicians Of India, On Whom A Venus Crater Is Named

[...] 1886. Her health had significantly declined due to cold and unfamiliar weather and diet. Queen Victoria had also sent her congratulatory message on her graduation. India Anandibai came back to [...]

thelogicalindian.com

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Women in Photography: a Story Still Being Written

[...] Talbot and his peers as they developed and advanced the earliest photographic methods. Queen Victoria was a champion of the photographic arts. In addition to granting her patronage to what became [...]

tutorials.tutsplus.com

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Ten Great Literary Middle Names: Tennyson and Twain

[...] choice for a Southerner. Tennyson – Poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson served as Poet Laureate to Queen Victoria, and remains widely read and known all these years later. The surname originally comes from [...]

appellationmountain.net

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Long Lace Mother of the Bride Dresses

[...] Alice [14] wore a dress of white lace over rich pink satin trimmed with cornflowers ... Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom (1819-1901), mother of the bride. The Princess Royal was the eldest [...]

trik-blogger-andreas.blogspot.com

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Blush Wedding Mother of the Bride Dresses

[...] lace, blush roses, and ruches of tulle to match the dress; the body trimmed to correspond ... Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom (1819-1901), mother of the bride. The Princess Royal was the eldest [...]

trik-blogger-andreas.blogspot.com

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How the Victorian Era Changed Life for Cats

[...] Credit: Louis Wain, public domain Queen Victoria Champions Domestic Animals “Spotted Tabby” by Harrison Weir, public domain The Victorian Era [...]

playfulkitty.net

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Cunard Offers up to 2-for-1† Savings for Presidents Day

[...] of Carnival plc, an English company trading as Cunard Line. Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria, and White Star Service are trademarks owned by Cunard. All rights reserved in the United [...]

blog.cruisecompete.com

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Mother of the Bride Dresses Gowns

[...] dresses similar to that of the Princess Alice, with cornflowers and daisies in the hair. 1. Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom (1819-1901), mother of the bride. The Princess Royal was the eldest [...]

trik-blogger-andreas.blogspot.com

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Diamond day: Celebrate Valentine's at The Wellesley

[...] to make a sapphire and white diamond cluster brooch as a wedding gift for his future wife Queen Victoria. This symbol of love continues to be seen today – the arrangement is said to have been the [...]

theweek.co.uk

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Mother of the Bride Dresses Gowns

[...] dresses similar to that of the Princess Alice, with cornflowers and daisies in the hair. 1. Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom (1819-1901), mother of the bride. The Princess Royal was the eldest [...]

trik-blogger-andreas.blogspot.com

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