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Don LuA­s I bridge and Muralha Fernandina in Porto

Don LuA?s I bridge and Muralha Fernandina (Fernandina Wall) in Porto.The Dom LuA?s I Bridge is a double-decked metal arch bridge that spans the Douro River between the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia in Portugal. At the time of construction its span of 172 m was the longest of its type in the world.The government held a competition for the construction of a metallic bridge over the Douro River on a site that was adjacent to an existing bridge that it would replace. TA©ophile Seyrig had engineered the D. Maria Pia Bridge project nearby, whilst working as a partner of Gustave Eiffel. He now took sole responsibility for the new, major LuA?s I Bridge. The construction was begun in 1881 and the bridge opened on 31 October 1886 (the upper deck; the lower deck opened in 1887).Fernandinas Walls is the name by which it was known to medieval waist walls of Porto, in Portugal, of which only small parts have survived to the present day.Cerca Nova and Gothic Wall are other designations that apply to Fernandinas Walls but which, although scientifically more correct, are less currents.During the XIV century, Porto had a great urban expansion out of its initial core of the hill of Pena Ventosa protected by Old Fence, built on the original Roman wall.The city feels thus need of a larger space than the walled Old Fence.By the middle of this century, even in the time of D. Afonso IV, it began to be built a new ring of walls that was almost completed around 1370. The fact that the work was only completed in the reign of Ferdinand explains that it is commonly called 'Ferdinand Wall.'Last its military importance, the walls began to be demolished gradually from the second half of the eighteenth century to make way for new streets, squares and buildings. Most of the wall has been demolished in the late nineteenth century. The surviving sections of the walls Fernandinas were classified as 'national monuments' in 1926

© AmaiaArozena&GotzonIraola

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Sunset over Sikhisms holliest shrines:Golden Templ

Sunset over Sikhisms holliest of places: The Golden Temple at Amritsar, Punjab. Sikh devotees visit the temple to pay their respects to their God, as well as visiting one of the oldest gudwaras in India. The Golden Temple, also known as Harmandir Sahib, is surrounded by a man made lake or pond, known as the Sarovar, the Temple is the most sacred place for Sikhs all over the world. The 11th and eternal Guru Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is present inside it. It is moved to the Sri Akal Takhat Sahib at around 10 PM and then moved back from there to Sri Harmandir Sahib at 4.45 AM. Its construction was mainly intended as a place of worship for men and women from all walks of life and all religions to come and worship God equally. The Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the holiest literature in the Sikh religion, the tenth Guru of Sikhs, Sri Guru Gobind Singh on 7 October 1708 made it the eternal Sikh Guru and the leader of Sikhism. Anywhere in the world where the Guru Granth Sahib is present is equally holy and precious to Sikhs. Harmandir Sahib was built with four doors to show that every religion or faith is allowed to go in to meditate or just listen to the prayers for peace. Amritsar, Punjab, India

© Christopher Pillitz

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Lady Patricia Ramsay and her son

Lady Patricia Ramsay, formerly Princess Patricia of Connaught (1886-1974) with her son, Master Alexander Ramsay of Mar (1919-2000) around 1927. Lady Patricia chose to marry one of her father's ADCs, the Hon. Alexander Ramsay. When her father, the Duke of Connaught, eventually agreed to the marriage, the couple enjoyed the first Royal wedding to be celebrated in Westminster Abbey since the thirteenth century. Patricia gave up royal titles, but remained a member of the royal family, present on State and family occasions. She was a gifted artist

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