"Exploring the Many Facets of Augusta: From Golf to Royalty" A bird's-eye view National Golf Course in Georgia, USA, captured beautifully in an illustrated map
Historic photograph (ca 1880) of Pompeii, Aqua Augusta or Serino Aqueduct, Acquedotto Romano del Serino, Italy
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"Exploring the Many Facets of Augusta: From Golf to Royalty" A bird's-eye view National Golf Course in Georgia, USA, captured beautifully in an illustrated map. The iconic Augusta National Golf Club House standing tall since 1943, witnessing countless golfing legends and historic moments. Transporting us back in time, a captivating oil painting titled "The First Thanksgiving" by Jennie A. Brownscombe showcases the Pilgrims' gratitude at Plymouth, Massachusetts. Remembering Augusta Ada Byron, a brilliant mathematician and writer who made significant contributions to computer science as one of its pioneers. Marvel at the delicate beauty of Madagascar jasmine (Marsdenia floribunda), a fragrant flower that adds charm to any garden or bouquet. Brigham Young - Mormon Leader and his wives depicted together, shedding light on their unique family structure and religious beliefs. Gazing upon the canvas painted by G. Dawe reveals Princess Charlotte Augusta (1796-1817), known as Princess Royal, exuding grace and elegance from another era. Long-leaved euthales (Euthales macrophylla) captivate with their lush foliage and add a touch of greenery to any landscape or indoor space. Step into history with a glimpse National Golf Club House circa 1935 when it was still evolving into the legendary course we know today. The Santa Croce Lighthouse in Augusta captures our imagination against Sicily's picturesque backdrop during sunset—a mesmerizing sight worth beholding. Her Royal Highness Princess Royal accompanied by her four sisters radiates regal poise while embodying sisterly bonds that endure through time. A Roman painting depicting horse taming takes us back to ancient times within Domus walls—unveiling Merida's (Augusta) equestrian culture from the 4th century.