Music wallpaper/these are some of my favorite albums...(imagine dragons, bastille, avicii, Mumford and sons, avett brothers, Coldplay, fall out boy, my chemical romance)
French President Invited Trump for 14 july celebration (Bastille Day). A guillotine (/ˈɡɪlətiːn/; French: [ɡijɔtin]) is an apparatus designed for efficiently carrying out executions by beheading. The device consists of a tall, upright frame in which a weighted and angled blade is raised to the top and suspended. The condemned person is secured with stocks at the bottom of the frame, positioning the neck directly below the blade. The blade is then released, to fall swiftly and forcefully…
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When Louis XVI, the king of France, was told about the fall of the Bastille, he asked his advisor, “Is it a revolt?” “No, sire. It is a revolution.” ht... - National Geographic Education - Google+
Dan Smith of Bastille. Sometimes he's more trouble than he's worth
Bastille Day is July 14 also known in France as la Fête Nationale or more commonly as le 14 Juillet. The Bastille was an imposing relic of 14th-century warfare. In its prime it was a medieval fortress; for centuries since it had served as a prison and storehouse for gunpowder. But the Bastille was no ordinary prison: It quartered prisoners of the state who were convicted for crimes outside the realm of common law. The prison was shrouded in mystery and legends abounded of the torture…
CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN — I found these guys while listening to iTunes Radio last night (I created a Bastille station) and immediately fell in love with their sound. They remind me of Young the Giant, Carolina Liar, Imagine Dragons, and several other nifty artists I haven't quite pinned down yet. Their debut album, 'The Balcony,' is currently only $5.99 on iTunes. :) I'm miserly but like CatB enough that I bought it. :B -BH
Ball of the Bastille, 1790. The demolition of the Bastille soon came to symbolize the triumph over the forces of tyranny and repression and the first anniversary of the fall of the Bastille was commemorated by a special festival. Delegates from all over France were invited to come to Paris to swear an oath of loyalty and to enjoy fireworks, pageants, and other displays of national solidarity. Here the celebrants dance on the very spot where the prison once stood.