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Harbour & town of Horta, Faial Island, Azores, Portugal Featured Related Images Print

Harbour & town of Horta, Faial Island, Azores, Portugal

Harbour & town of Horta, Faial Island, Azores, Portugal
Harbour & town of Horta, Faial Island, Azores, Portugal
Horta. Island of Faial. Azores. Portugal. Europe

© Alan Copson

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View of Tulloch Castle, Scotland, with pipers Featured Related Images Print

View of Tulloch Castle, Scotland, with pipers

View of Tulloch Castle in the town of Dingwall in the Highlands of Scotland, at the time of a royal wedding between Dom (Prince) Miguel of Braganza (1878-1923), Duke de Viseu, eldest son of Duke Miguel, grandson of a former King of Portugal, and his American bride, Miss Anita Stewart (1886-1977). The castle dates from the 12th century. A band of pipers and drummers are marching across the lawn

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10410691

ECCOSAIS 92nd Regiment d?Infanterie Featured Related Images Print

ECCOSAIS 92nd Regiment d?Infanterie

ECCOSAIS 92nd Regiment d?Infanterie. Colour etching by an unknown artist, 1815 (c). The 92nd (Gordon) Highlanders served in Egypt, the Low Countries, Portugal, Spain and Waterloo. During the Napoleonic Wars eight Scottish infantry regiments were designated Highland Regiments, they were well known for their ferocity on the battlefield and their good behaviour off it. As the war went on some abandoned their highland dress since the unwillingness of non-Highlanders to wear a kilt had made it difficult for them to attract recruits. From a collection of ten engravings of the British Army in Paris entitled ?Costumes Millitaires?, published by Genty, Paris, 1815 (c). Date: circa 1815

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