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#rekarasina #rasinariver #serbia

#rekarasina #rasinariver #serbia

Blessing of The Thames. The annual blessing of the waters ceremony which the priest saw in the orthodox churches of serbia -  impressed fr Philip Warnmar, so he decided to bring the ceremony to the river Thames. his parish meets that of Southwark Cathedral at the centre of the river, and the two congregations have met annually at the middle of london bridge since 2004.

Blessing of The Thames. The annual blessing of the waters ceremony which the priest saw in the orthodox churches of serbia - impressed fr Philip Warnmar, so he decided to bring the ceremony to the river Thames. his parish meets that of Southwark Cathedral at the centre of the river, and the two congregations have met annually at the middle of london bridge since 2004.

Stag's antler pick. Found in the River Thames. Neolithic antler picks like this one were used as tools both in farming and mining.     Date  4000 AD - 2200 AD

Found in the River Thames. Neolithic antler picks like this one were used as tools both in farming and mining. Date 4000 AD - 2200 AD

Zatvara se Tauer bridž u Londonu - B92

London Tower Bridge across the River Thames by Mohana Anton Meryl on

All of Israel Stones Achan. BIBLE SCRIPTURE: Joshua 7:25, "And Joshua said, Why hast thou troubled us? the Lord shall trouble thee this day. And all Israel stoned him with stones, and burned them with fire, after they had stoned them with stones."

All of Israel Stones Achan. BIBLE SCRIPTURE: Joshua "And Joshua said, Why hast thou troubled us? the Lord shall trouble thee this day. And all Israel stoned him with stones, and burned them with fire, after they had stoned them with stones.

Doggett's Coat and Badge - Wikipedia

"The finish of the Doggett's Coat and Badge rowing race". Painting by by Thomas Rowlandson Doggett Coat Badge - Thomas Rowlandson - Waterman (occupation) -

Women hunger marchers, Euston Station, 1934, James Jarché, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

Women hunger marchers, Euston Station, 1934, James Jarché, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

Thames Frost Fairs. Between 1600 and 1814 it was not uncommon for the River Thames in London to freeze over for up to two months at a time. There were two main reasons for this, first was that Britain was locked in what is now known as the Little Ice Age. The other catalyst was the medieval London Bridge and it piers, and specifically how closely spaced together they were. During Winter, pieces of ice would get lodged between the piers and effectively dam up the river, more info here

River Thames, London - Frost Fair of 1814 - from a drawing in the collection of Mr Gardner.

In Pictures: London In 1911 | Londonist

In Pictures: London In 1911 | Londonist

Every July the Queen's baby swans on the Thames River are weighed, measured and banded...and mother swans aren't so keen on the idea

Meet the Queen's Swan Marker and discover how his team counts and checks the royal swans during "Swan Upping", a unique tradition that dates back to the Century.

Yet another #cityoflondon #dragon - this giant guards the entrance to the City at the site of the former Temple Bar at the junction of #fleetstreet and #strand #london #history

Yet another - this giant guards the entrance to the City at the site of the former Temple Bar at the junction of and

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London, England - Retro Skyline (Art Prints available in multiple sizes)

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