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Top 20 free things to do in Berlin

Top free things to do in Berlin! Stroll the East Side gallery. A colourful memorial to freedom, the East Side Gallery sits along the Spree River and is the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall. In the wake of the declassification of the wall, more than 100 artists from all over the world made their mark, turning it into an open-air gallery covered in declarations of peace and other politically minded murals and graffiti.

Medal commemorating Nellie Hall’s hunger strike, 1913

'A4' Pacific, No. 60009, 'Union of South Africa' - Carlisle to Settle Railway, England

This is why I need feminism - Another GQ reminder. Why is she naked and the men fully clothed? What purpose does it serve here?

ALL mainstream media is in the pocket of the establishment. 15 were HIRED by the WH since 2009. STILL say there is NO MEDIA BIAS?

Weep for the World (sold) Looking on from above an angel is very sad, because we are not caring for our beautiful planet. Instead of nurturing all life, and not taking it for granted we insist on using up all our precious resources and putting ourselves in peril. It seems that we do not realise that this earth is the greatest wonder ever known. Perhaps her tears will heal the damage already done - after all, there is always a rainbow of hope. Josephine. (Acrylic on Canvas) 40 x 30 –…


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Mary Tudor, Henry VIII's younger sister, is not to be confused with Mary Tudor, Henry's daughter, who is known as Bloody Mary. Henry's sister was first married to Louis XII of France, much against her will. She was 19 at the time; Louis was 52. He only lived for 3 months after the wedding -- Mary then secretly married Charles Brandon, the Earl of Suffolk -- a close friend of Henry VIII's.

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Executed Queens: Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn ( /ˈbʊlɪn/, /bəˈlɪn/ or /bʊˈlɪn/);[3][4] c.1501[5] – 19 May 1536) was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of Henry VIII of England and Marquess of Pembroke in her own right.[6] Henry's marriage to Anne, and her subsequent execution, made her a key figure in the political and religious upheaval that was the start of the English Reformation.