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The Red Keep from the Official map of King's Landing. "And above it all, frowning down from Aegon’s high hill, was the Red Keep...all fashioned of pale red stone. Aegon the Conqueror had commanded it built. His son Maegor the Cruel had seen it completed. Afterward he had taken the heads of every stonemason, woodworker, and builder who had labored on it. Only the blood of the dragon would ever know the secrets of the fortress the Dragonlords had built, he vowed."

The Red Keep from the Official map of King's Landing. "And above it all, frowning down from Aegon’s high hill, was the Red Keep...all fashioned of pale red stone. Aegon the Conqueror had commanded it built. His son Maegor the Cruel had seen it completed. Afterward he had taken the heads of every stonemason, woodworker, and builder who had labored on it. Only the blood of the dragon would ever know the secrets of the fortress the Dragonlords had built, he vowed."

New Blue Polka Dot WWII 1940’s Land Girl, Home Front classic Swing Tea Dress | eBay

New Blue Polka Dot WWII 1940’s Land Girl, Home Front classic Swing Tea Dress | eBay

mrsachmo:  Game of Thrones art by the brilliant artist Ted Nasmith. The captions above are from his website on each picture page.

mrsachmo: Game of Thrones art by the brilliant artist Ted Nasmith. The captions above are from his website on each picture page.

Women’s Land Army, WW2 propaganda....as soon as women were no longer needed in the workforce, a staunch campaign was created to keep women in the home...hello the 1950s.

Women’s Land Army, WW2 propaganda....as soon as women were no longer needed in the workforce, a staunch campaign was created to keep women in the home...hello the 1950s.

We Can Do It  Armed with volunteer spirit—and armloads of chickens—a trio from Britain’s Women’s Land Army did its part for the war effort in 1940: Fighting the food shortage at home while their men fought for freedom abroad.    Photograph from Hulton Archive/Getty Images, 1940

We Can Do It Armed with volunteer spirit—and armloads of chickens—a trio from Britain’s Women’s Land Army did its part for the war effort in 1940: Fighting the food shortage at home while their men fought for freedom abroad. Photograph from Hulton Archive/Getty Images, 1940

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