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Members of the The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fire a 41-gun royal salute in Horse Guards Parade. The gun salute coincided with salutes fired from various points around Britain, including the Tower of London; Edinburgh, Scotland; Cardiff, Wales; and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Members of the The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fire a 41-gun royal salute in Horse Guards Parade. The gun salute coincided with salutes fired from various points around Britain, including the Tower of London; Edinburgh, Scotland; Cardiff, Wales; and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Да ли заиста знате шта и кога славите 1. маја? (фото галерија) - http://www.srbijadanas.net/da-li-zaista-znate-sta-i-koga-slavite-1-maja-foto-galerija/

Да ли заиста знате шта и кога славите 1. маја? (фото галерија) - http://www.srbijadanas.net/da-li-zaista-znate-sta-i-koga-slavite-1-maja-foto-galerija/

Up Helly Aa Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland at the end of January. This one is about as insane as you'd expect a celebration of the Viking New Year to be; people dress up as Viking warriors, go tar-barreling, storm around with torches, drinking heavily, and eventually, burn a replica Viking ship.

Up Helly Aa Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland at the end of January. This one is about as insane as you'd expect a celebration of the Viking New Year to be; people dress up as Viking warriors, go tar-barreling, storm around with torches, drinking heavily, and eventually, burn a replica Viking ship.

Up Helly Aa Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland at the end of January. This one is about as insane as you'd expect a celebration of the Viking New Year to be; people dress up as Viking warriors, go tar-barreling, storm around with torches, drinking heavily, and eventually, burn a replica Viking ship.

Up Helly Aa Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland at the end of January. This one is about as insane as you'd expect a celebration of the Viking New Year to be; people dress up as Viking warriors, go tar-barreling, storm around with torches, drinking heavily, and eventually, burn a replica Viking ship.

James VI and I, 1566 - 1625. King of Scotland 1567 - 1625. King of England and Ireland 1603 - 1625

James VI and I, 1566 - 1625. King of Scotland 1567 - 1625. King of England and Ireland 1603 - 1625

Beltane Fire Festival on Calton Hill in Edinburgh, Scotland #festivals #pagan #wicca #celta #druidism #Goddesses

Beltane Fire Festival on Calton Hill in Edinburgh, Scotland #festivals #pagan #wicca #celta #druidism #Goddesses

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