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Belize National World War I Cenotaph Marker image, Touch for more information
By J. Makali Bruton, May 27, 2018
Belize National World War I Cenotaph Marker
Belize, Belize, Belize City — Belize National World War I Cenotaph
1914-1918 This memorial is erected in grateful memory of the men of this colony who gave their lives in the Great War Lieut. J.P.H. Atkin. 4th Brig. C.F.A. · “ A.N. Usher M.C. 10th R.F. · Sgt. J.W. Masson B.W.R.R. · “ G.E.P. Usher . . . — Map (db m118913) WM
Belize, Belize, Belize City — British Honduras Territorial Force Memorial
To the glory of God and the memory of these forty officers and men of the British Honduras Territorial Force who died on duty and are buried at Belize, El Cayo, Stann Creek, Orange Walk and Corozal. Lieut Colonel Slack W.J. · Surgeon Captain . . . — Map (db m118995) WM
Belize, Belize, Belize City — Mule Park
Mule Park was built at this location in 1912. Its name came from the drayage of the day, locally known as “mule & cart”. The mules would rest under the trees while their draymen did business on Front and Back Streets (modern day Regent . . . — Map (db m119026) HM
Belize, Belize, Belize City — Saint John's Anglican Cathedral
Originally built in 1812 by slaves and from bricks brought across from Europe. It is known also as the first church in the settlement of Belize. It served as a Parish Church until the first Anglican Bishop was consecrated in 1886. In the … behind . . . — Map (db m118824) HM
Belize, Cayo, Belmopan — Belize's 10th Anniversary of Independence
“Del pueblo de Mexico al pueblo de Belize, en ocasión del X Aniversario de su Independencia. Inaugurado por el Presidente de Mexico, Carlos Salinas de Gotari, Septiembre de 1991.” English: “From the . . . — Map (db m118896) HM
Belize, Cayo, Belmopan — Olmec Colossal Head
Colossal Head ReplicaCulture: Olmec Temporality: Early Preclassic 1200-900 BC. Discovered: 1970 Place of origin: Texistepec, State of Veracruz, Mexico Site: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan Measures: Length: 1.63 m Width: 1.55 m Height: 2.20 m Author: . . . — Map (db m118867) HM
Belize, Cayo, San Ignacio — The Centennial of El CayoThe Naming of San Ignacio
Dedicated to the people of San Ignacio & Santa Elena commemorating The Centennial of El Cayo October 19-1904-2004 by the Hon Said W. Musa Prime Minister of Belize 19th October 2004 Sponsored by Atlantic Bank Limited San . . . — Map (db m118897) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — Canadian Pacific Marine Terminal Building
This building was constructed in 1924 as the Canadian Pacific Marine Terminal building. Designed by the architectural partnership of F.M. Rattenbury and P.L. James it became headquarters for the Canadian Pacific British Columbia Coast . . . — Map (db m118545) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Bartolo García Molina
Bartolo García Molina Estudió Lingüística y Literatura en la Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo, la misma donde cursó una maestria en Educación Superior. Doctor en Filosofía del Lenguaje en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y es, . . . — Map (db m118367) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Fabio Fiallo
Fabio Fiallo (1856-1942) Poeta dominicano de orientación modernista. Asumió una actitud vertical frente a la primera intervención militar norteamericana. (1916-1924) English translation: Fabio Fiallo . . . — Map (db m118365) HM WM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — José Alejandro Peña
José Alejandro Peña Nació en el preludio de aquella revolución abrileña en la capital dominicana. Logró su título en Estudios Internacionales y Ciencias Políticas en West Virginia State University, donde también estudió dirección . . . — Map (db m118377) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Juan Pablo Duarte
Juan Pablo Duarte (1813-1876) Padre de la Patria y Fundador de la República. Poeta y escritor. Creador de la sociedad secreta “La Trinitaria” y la dramática “La Filantrópica”, con el propósito de realizar los . . . — Map (db m118359) HM WM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Manuel de Jesús Galván
Manuel de Jesús Galván (1834-1910) Narrador, diplomatico y educador dominicano. Su obra "Enriquillo" está considerada como una de las mejores novelas de la historia de la literatura dominicana de todos los tiempos. . . . — Map (db m118421) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Manuel Maza, SJ
Manuel Maza, SJ Nació en La Habana, Cuba, en 1945. Ciudadano dominicano, conoce nuestro país desde 1967. Fue admitido en la Compañía de Jesús en 1962 y ordenado sacerdote en 1972. Doctor en historia de América Latina por la Universidad . . . — Map (db m118422) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Pedro Conde Sturla
Pedro Conde Sturla Oriundo de San Francisco de Macoris, “publicista a regañadientes”, profesor meritísimo de historia y literatura de la Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, autor de cientos de artícultos en periódicos y . . . — Map (db m118356) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Pedro Henríquez Ureña
Pedro Henríquez Ureña (1884-1946)Crítico literario, ensayista y lingüista. El más grande humanista dominicano. Cumbre de la investigación literaria en America. English translation: Pedro Henríquez Ureña . . . — Map (db m118423) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Rafael González Tirado
Rafael González Tirado Abogado, lingüista, investigador y profesor universitario. Ejerció la docencia en las áreas de Comunicación Social y Español de la Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo. Realizó estudios superiores de . . . — Map (db m118350) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Sabrina Román
Sabrina Román Su pluma es impoluta cuando de ponerle color a los versos se trata. Es poeta, narradora y también cultiva el ensayo y las reseñas de obras de arte. Se desempeñó como consul general de la República Dominicana para el área . . . — Map (db m118420) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — The Dominican Society of Bibliophiles, Inc.
Sociedad Dominicana de Bibliófilos, Inc. Abrió sus puertas por vez primera el 10 de diciembre de 1973. En su definición se resalta que es una institución privada, sin fines de lucro, creada con el objectivo de promover, preservar y . . . — Map (db m118417) HM
Dominican Republic, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo — Ylonka Nacidit-Perdomo
Ylonka Nacidit-Perdomo Alcanzó su título de leyes y ciencias políticas en 1989; también se formó en historia, sociología y filosofía, con especial amplitud y profundidad en la cultura. De sus escritos se destacan los estudios acerca de . . . — Map (db m118381) HM
Germany, Bavaria, Würzburg — Ehem. Hauger Stiftshof / Former Haug Canon House
Ehem. Hauger Stiftshaus "Murrelini" später "Mörrlein" frühklassizistisches Wohnhaus um 1775 von Franz Ignaz Neumann, dem Sohne Balthasar Neumanns erbaut.

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(English translation:)

Former Haug . . . — Map (db m118499) HM

Germany, Bavaria, Würzburg — Philipp Franz Von Siebold
In diesem Hause wohnte Philipp Franz Von Siebold Arzt und Naturforscher * 1796 in Würzburg † 1866 in München

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(English translation:)

In this house lived Philipp Franz Von Siebold . . . — Map (db m118485) HM

Germany, Bavaria, Würzburg — Wilhelm RöntgenDiscovery of X-Rays
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen zum Gedenken Hier entdeckte er am 8. November 1895 die nach ihm benannten Strahlen Gestiftet 1970 Verschönerungsverein Würzburg

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In commemoration of . . . — Map (db m118452) HM

Guatemala, Chimaltenango (Municipality of Zaragoza), Zaragoza — Memorial to the Fallen and Missing of the Community of December 29
La Comunidad 29 de Diciembre rinde homenaje a las compañeras y compañeros caidos y desaparecidos en la Lucha Guerrillera y Revolucionaria Augustin Alvarez Mejia EGP 1984 · Agustin Tiño Tomas ORPA 08-1982 · Alfonso Diaz Aguilar EGP · . . . — Map (db m118654) WM
Guatemala, Guatemala (Municipality of Guatemala), Guatemala City — La Reforma AvenueRuta Histórica Ciudad de Guatemala
Avenida de La Reforma El paso de la era ilustrada hacia un periodo de influencia más romántica es ampliamente percibida a lo largo del Paseo de La Reforma. Su construcción ordenada por el Presidente José María Reina Barrios se . . . — Map (db m118692) HM
Iceland, Capital Region Höfuðborgarsvæði, Reykjavik — Hallargarðurinn
The Hallargarður park, made in 1953-4, was designed by Jón H. Björnsson, Iceland's first trained landscape architect. On the initiative of Mayor Gunnar Thoroddsen, four gardens on Fríkirkjuvegur were combined to form the park, incorporating the . . . — Map (db m118390) HM
Iceland, Capital Region Höfuðborgarsvæði, Reykjavik — Hverfisgata 45
Steinhús byggt árið 1914, eitt elsta dæmið um íslenska steinsteypuklassík í Reykjavík. Hér var áður tómthúsbýlið Hlið eða Arnljótskot. Fyrstu eigendur hússins voru hjónin Matthías Einarsson læknir og Ellen Ludvíka Matthíasdóttir . . . — Map (db m118409) HM
Iceland, Capital Region Höfuðborgarsvæði, Reykjavik — Landlæknihúsið
Stefán Gunnlaugsson sýslumaður reisti húsið árið 1838 á Stöðlakotstúni. Húsviðirnir komu tilsniðnir frá Noregi. Martin Smith konsúll og kaupmaþadur keypti húsið 1859 og lét stækka þad ári seinna, lengja til norðurs, setja miðjukvist og . . . — Map (db m118402) HM
Iceland, Capital Region Höfuðborgarsvæði, Reykjavik — Laugavegur 15
Þetta hús reisti Ludvig Storr árið 1925. Hann ánafnaði húsið menningar - og framfarasjóði Ludvig Storr, sem stofnaður var 1979 og er í vörslu háskóla íslands.

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This house . . . — Map (db m118802) HM

Mexico, Guanajuato (Municipality of Apaseo el Grande), Apaseo el Grande — Francisco Licea y Borja
Francisco Licea y Borja Presbitero y Licenciado Benefactor insigne, constructor de este templo de la Preciosa Sangre, del De la Villita, de los Portales del Jardin Hidalgo, la Columna del Padre de la Patria y un adelantado plan de . . . — Map (db m118547) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — Ball Court 2
Juego de Pelota 2 En estas edificaciones se efectuaban encuentros rituales asociados al movimiento de los astros y a la guerra. Seguramente sus muros estaban recubiertos con lápidas esculpidas y había anillos de piedra en cada lado. Es . . . — Map (db m118463) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — Building K
Edificio K Este edificio, cuyo acceso se encontraba hacia el lado sur, tiene una secuencia de ocupación de 1000 años. Después del apogeo de la antigua ciudad de Tula fue reocupada en tiempos aztecas y en la época colonial. Pie de . . . — Map (db m118468) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — Pyramid C and the Adoratory
Pirámide C y el Adoratorio Esta Pirámide era el edificio religioso más importante de Tula. Su diseño arquitectónico es semejante al de las Pirámides del Sol y de La Luna en Teotihuacán e indica una continuidad cultural importante entre . . . — Map (db m118465) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — The Atrium's Cross at Tula
Cruz atrial Cristo Redentor del Mundo, esta expresado en la cruz labrada en el crucero. Los Doce Franciscanos venidos a America en 1524, se simbolizan en los casetones de los brazos y cabecera. Los Diez Mandamientos en el tronco . . . — Map (db m118470) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — The Burnt Palace
El Palacio Quemado Este impresionante complejo arquitectónico está conformado por tres grandes salas con numerosas columnas y banquetas adosadas a los muros. Muy probablemente aquí se celebraban ceremonias en las que participaban el . . . — Map (db m118447) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — The Temple of Pyramid B
Templo de la Pirámide B Los enormes atlantes y las pilastras con relieves que hoy coronan la pirámide, no se encontraban a la vista del pueblo en época prehispánica, servían de apoyo al techo del templo que habían la parte superior. . . . — Map (db m118431) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — The Wall of Skulls
Tzompantli Estructura arquitectónica construida durante el asentamiento mexica en Tula y cuya función era colocar y exhibir cráneos de humanos sacrificados, generalmente de prisioneros de guerra. Es probable que la exhibición de los . . . — Map (db m118459) HM
Mexico, Hidalgo (Municipality of Tula de Allende), Tula de Allende — Toltec Architecture and Art
Arquitectura Tolteca La arquitectura tolteca tiene tendencia a la suntuosidad decorativa, destacando por su monumentalidad. Los toltecas aprendieron de los teotihuacanos el uso de los centros ceremonials, empleando la plaza como . . . — Map (db m118912) HM
Mexico, Querétaro (Municipality of Querétaro), Santiago de Querétaro — Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas Construida alrededor de 1550, esta plaza es el corazón de la vida cotidiana en Querétaro. En el siglo XVIII, alrededor de su perímetro se construyeron casonas monumentales donde residió el poder político y social de la . . . — Map (db m118579) HM
Mexico, Querétaro (Municipality of Santiago de Querétaro), Santiago de Querétaro — Gustavo Sanmartin Villegas
La Comunidad de la Sagrada Familia Reconoce y agradece a su primer Parroco, Pbro. Lic. Gustavo Sanmartin Villegas su trabajo material y pastoral realizado en beneficio de esta parroquia, del año 1983 al 2004. Quede esta para perenne . . . — Map (db m118449) HM
Mexico, Querétaro (Municipality of Tequisquiapan), La Trinidad — La Trinidad Natural Protected Area
La Trinidad Área Natural Protegida, con categoría de Zona de Reserva Natural Comunitaria “La Trinidad”, Tequisquiapan, Qro. Carácteristicas "Pasado, presente y futuro: La Trinidad". La comunidad de la Trinidad, es una . . . — Map (db m118569) HM
Mexico, Querétaro (Municipality of Tolimán), San Pedro Tolimán — Chapel of the Most Holy Virgin of Sorrows
Capilla de la Santísima Virgen de los Dolores Se inició su construcción en el año de 1792 por iniciativa de los vecinos concluyéndose en el año de 1830. Originalmente estaba protegida con dos paredes convergentes a la esquina que . . . — Map (db m118497) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie, Wrocław — Edmund Bojanowski
W tym domu mieszkał w czasie studiów w Uniwersytecie Wrocławskim w latach 1832 -1836

Edmund Bojanowski 1814 - 1871

Założyciel zgromadzenia Sióstr Służebniczek NMP . . . — Map (db m118980) HM

Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Biskup / Bishop Nankerca. 1279-1341
Biskup wrocławski i krakowski, orędownik polskiej racji stanu na Śląsku w czasach jego przynależności do Korony Czeskiej. Dbał o zachowanie języka polskiego w szkole i na nabożeństwach. . . . — Map (db m118868) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Dawna dziekania katedralna / Former Cathedral Deanery
W przedniej części działki wzniesiono w 3. ćw. XIII w. ceglaną wieżę mieszkalną, w latach 1539-1543 wybudowano murowany dom z renesansową attyką, a w XVII i XVIII w. kolejne budynki . . . — Map (db m118835) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Dawny Sierociniec / Former Orphanage (Orphanotropheum)
Dom dla katolickich sierot pochodzenia szlacheckiego, wzniesiony w latach 1702-1715 przez J. B. Peintnera. Barokowy gmach czesciowo zniszczony w 1945 r., został odrestaurowany w latach 1946-1954 i 1970-1972. Przez wiele lat siedziba . . . — Map (db m118426) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — First Post-war Esperanto Organization
W tej kamienicy 18 marca 1948 r. powstała pierwsza powojenna polska organizacja esperancka

En tiu ĉi brikdomo la 18-an de marto de la jaro 1948 formiĝis la unua postmilita pola Esperantista . . . — Map (db m118793) HM

Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Former canons' house of the Holy Cross ChapterDawna kanonia kapituły świętokrzyskiej
Gotyckie domy z przeł. XIII i XIV w. gruntownie przebudowano u schyłku XVI w. Całość spłonęła w 1791 r. Podczas odbudowy zespołowi nadano obecny kształt. Nad barokowym portalem . . . — Map (db m118979) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Former department store and bookstore of the Priebatsch companyDawny dom handlowy i księgarnia firmy Priebatsch
W 1905 r. w miejscu średniowiecznej kamienicy Pod Złotą Palmą i księgarni znanego wydawcy Priebatscha wzniesiono dom handlowy (projekt M. Kessel społka architektoniczna Schlesinger & Benedickt). Pierwotnie . . . — Map (db m118577) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Former Office Building of the Junkernstrasse-Baugesellschaft CompanyDawny biurowiec firmy Junkernstrasse-Baugesellschaft
Powstał w 1913 r. według projektu H. Poelziga jako nowoczesna realizacja idei „przestrzeni do wynajęcia" w centrum miasta. Szkieletowa konstrukcja i horyzontalne podziały elewacji z dużą powierzchnią . . . — Map (db m118553) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Fryderyk (Frederic) Chopin
Najwybitniejszy Kompozytor Polski Fyrderyk Chopin 1810-1849 Czterokrotnie przebywał we Wrocławu 8 listopada 1830 na prośbę kapelmistrza tutejskej katedry Josepha I. Schnabla dał . . . — Map (db m118881) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Natalia Gorbaniewska1936-2013
Rosyjska poetka, dysydentka, obrończyni praw człowieka, dziennikarka, tłumaczka literatury polskiej, przyjaciółka Polski i Polaków. W 2005 r. przyjęła polskie obywatelstwo. 25 sierpnia 1968 r. . . . — Map (db m118874) HM
Poland, Dolnośląskie (Wrocław Powiat), Wrocław — Willy Cohn1888-1941
Historyk i nauczyciel, który jak nikt inny opisał żydowskie życie we Wrocławiu i niesprawiedliwości doznane w czasie reżimu narodowego socjalizmu. Tym samym stał się jednym z najwybitniejszych . . . — Map (db m118767) HM
Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Andrzej Badurski
W tym domu w wyniku dzialałnosci komisji edukacji narodowej staraniem i subwencia

Andrzeja Badurskiego

1740-1789 Doktora Medycyny Professora Akademii Krakowskiej Powstała w 1780 roku pierwsza w . . . — Map (db m118922) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Church of Sts. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist
Kościół Św. Jana Chrzciciela i Św. Jana Ewangelisty, Prezentek

Pierwotnie romański, zbudowany w 1. połowie XII w., przebudowany na początku XIV w. w stylu gotyckim, obecnie barokowy, . . . — Map (db m118430) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Dom Jana Matejki / House of Jan Matejko
Kamienica wzniesiona w XVI w., gruntownie przebudowana w VXIII I XIX w., a w 1872 r. przez Jana Matusińskiego dla Jana Matejki, jednego z najwybitnieszych polskich malarzy. Fasadę projektował Tomasz Pryliński, . . . — Map (db m118983) HM
Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Feliks Nowowiejski
W tym domu w 1910 Feliks Nowowiejski skomponował muzykę do słów wiersza „Rota" Marii Konopnickiej

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In this house in 1910, Feliks Nowowiejski . . . — Map (db m119019) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — First Evangelical Church
W tym miejscu od roku 1572 znajdował sie pierwszy budynek kościoła ewangelickiego zburzony podczas tumultu w roku 1591

Ewangelicy Krakowscy w 450 rocznice powstania zboru

(English . . . — Map (db m118450) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Honoré de Balzac
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Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Jan Kanty Lasota
W tym domu w latach 1943-1945 mieszkał PPŁK MGR Jan Kanty Lasota "Przyzba" Ostatni Szef Sztabu Okregu Kraków Armii Krajowej Ur. 20.X.1899   Aresztowany 17.IV.1945 Zm. 19.V.1950 Zameczony w . . . — Map (db m118743) HM
Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Tu mieszkał

Goethe

w dniach 5-7 września 1790 r.

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Goethe stayed here, September 5-7, 1790. — Map (db m118524) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Józef Chłopicki
W tym domu mieszkał i umarł 30 września 1854 r.

Józef Chłopicki

Generał Wojsk Polskich Wódz i dyktator w walce o niepodległość Polski w roku 1831

(English . . . — Map (db m118519) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Kamienica Pod Trzema Lipami / House Under the Three Linden Trees
Zbudowana w XIV w., przebudowana w XV w. Fasada klasycystyczna z 1. połowy XIX w. z godłem dome. II p. nadbudowane w 1873 r.

The Pod Trzema Lipami House

Built in the 14th c., remodelled in the . . . — Map (db m118403) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Kamienica Strzemboszowska / The Strzemboszowska House
Powstała przez połączenie dwóch gotyckich domów, częściowo zniszczona w połowie XVII w., restaurowana ok. 1760 r., w 1851, 1938 i 1955 r. We wnętrzu zachowane portale gotyckie i renesansowe w fasadzie . . . — Map (db m118967) HM
Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Ludwik Teichmann
W tym domu mieszkał i zmarł 24 XI 1895

Ludwik Teichmann

1823 1895

Professor uj Wybitny Anatom Odkrywca Kryształów Heminy

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Here . . . — Map (db m118448) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Merkuriusz Polski / The Polish Mercury
W tej kamienicy zwanej Szoberowska 3 stycznia roku 1661 powstała pierwsza w Polsce gazeta Merkvrivsz Polski Wydawana przez Aleksandra Gorczyna

Tablicę wmurowano w 300-lecie . . . — Map (db m118932) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Michał Stachowicz
W tym domu mieszkał i zmarł malarz i obywatel krakowski

Michał Stachowicz

Ur. 14. VIII. 1768.     Zm. 26.III.1825.

Żarliwy miłośnik rodzinnego miasta, który w obrazach swych . . . — Map (db m118766) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — One of the Oldest Breweries in Poland
W urokliwych XV - wiecznych piwnicach tej kamienicy znajdowała się jedna z najstarszych w Polsce warzelni piwa a wzmianki o niej znaleźć można w zapisach dawnych kronik. W tych historycznych podziemiach . . . — Map (db m118500) HM
Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Polski Komitet Olimpijski / The Polish Olympic Committee

Tutaj, w salach Hotelu Francuskiego Krakowie 12 padźiernika 1919 roku zawiązał się Polski Komitet Olimpijski wprowadzając sport niepodległej Polski do światowej rodziny . . . — Map (db m118516) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Rafał Józef Czerwiakowski
Tu żył i zmarł Rafał Józef Czerwiakowski 1743-1816 ojciec chirurgii polskiej

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(English translation:)

Here lived and died Rafał Józef Czerwiakowski (1743-1816), . . . — Map (db m119023) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Stanisław Wyspiański
W domu ktory stał na tym miejscu Stanisław Wyspiański pisał „Wesele" 1900/1901

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(English translation:)

During 1900-1901, in a house that stood at this site, . . . — Map (db m119013) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Studencki Komitet Solidarności / Student Committee of Solidarity
W tym budynku 15 maja 1977 powstał SKS Studencki Komitet Solidarności Antykomunistyczny ruch opozycji demokratycznej

(English translation:)

In this building on May 15, 1977, the SKS . . . — Map (db m118549) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — The Salon of Polish Painters
W tym domu w latach 1885-1939 miescił się

Salon Malarzy Polskich Henryka Frysta

Promujący Polską Sztukę malarska m. in. J. Majteki, Kossakow i Tondosa oraz walkę o . . . — Map (db m119008) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Władysław Orkan
W tym domu zył - tworzył i umarł Poeta Podhala

Władysław Orkan

*1876   †1930

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(English translation:) In this house lived, created, and died the poet of . . . — Map (db m118920) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Wit Stwosz
W domu tym w latach 1478-1492 mieskał Wit Stwosz twórca ołtarza mariackiego wielki rzeźbiarz Krakowa i Norymbergi

(English translation:)

In this house during the . . . — Map (db m118428) HM

Poland, Małopolska (Kraków Powiat), Kraków — Zdzisław Jachimecki1882   1953
W tym domu mieszkał i tworzył kompozytor i pedagog długoletni kierownik katedry muzykologii uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego professor doktor Zdzisław Jachimecki . . . — Map (db m118554) HM
Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Bank Ludowy / The People's Bank
W tym miejscu znajdował się w latach od 1897 do 1939 polska placówka spółdzielcza "Bank Ludowy" w Opolu

Tablicę ufundowało Społeczeństwo Miasta Opola w XV rocznicę . . . — Map (db m118848) HM

Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Dawny Zajazd Pocztowy / Ehemaliger Gasthof / The Old Post Inn
Kamienica zbudowana w stylu klasycystycznym w 1953 r. na wzór domu stojącego tu do około 1898 r. Do roku 1822 funkcjonował w niej zajazd pocztowy, póżniej do około 1908 r. Hotel "Pod Czarnym Orlem". . . . — Map (db m118870) HM
Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Harcówka Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego / Polish Scouting Association Meeting RoomOpole  - 1980
Tu w latach 1935-1939 mieściła się harcówka ZHP w Niemczech. W 45 rocznicę jej otwarcia Harcerze Opolscy.

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(English translation:)

Here in the years 1935-1939 was located . . . — Map (db m118852) HM

Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Holy Cross CathedralKatedra pw. Podwyższenia Krzyża Świętego / Dom zum Hl. Kreuz
Kościół gotycki. Według przekazu pierwszy kościół zbudowano za czasów Bolesława Chrobrego. W 1024 r. otrzymał relikwie Krzyża Świętego od św. Emeryka, królewicza węgierskiego. W . . . — Map (db m118572) HM
Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Jerzy Grotowski
(Upper panel:)

Tutaj w latach 1958-1964 działał teatr 13 Rzędów Jerzego Grotowskiego

(English translation of upper panel:)

Here during the years 1958-1964, Jerzy . . . — Map (db m118407) HM

Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Krzysztof Bucki
W tym domu mieszkał i tworzył w latach 1960-1983 artysta malarz Krzysztof Bucki

(English translation:)

In this house during the years 1960-1983 lived and worked the painter, . . . — Map (db m118388) HM

Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Mury Obronne Miasta Opola / Defensive Walls of the City of Opole
Wzniesione z inicjatywy księcia bolka I, etapami od II poł. XIII w. w miejsce obwałowań, drewniano - ziemnych z X-XII w. Obwód murów obejmował obszar 16 ha sredniowiecznego lokacyjnego miasta

Mur o . . . — Map (db m119045) HM

Poland, Opole (Opole Powiat) — Opole Third Reich Victims Memorial1939 - 1945
W Hołdzie Polakom zamordowanym, prześladowanym, więzionym i deportowanym do pracy niewolnicej

W 55 rocznicę napaści Hitlerowskiej na Polskę

1.09.94   Stowarzyszenie Polaków . . . — Map (db m118872) WM

Poland, Opole (Strzelce Powiat), Izbicko — Izbicko (Steubendorf) World Wars I and II Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945
Zum Gedenken an die 50 Opfer des I Weltkrieges und 243 Opfer des II Weltkrieges Der Pfarrgemeinde Steubendorf

50 Ofiarom I Wojny Swiatowej i 243 Ofiarom II Wojny Swiatowej Parafii . . . — Map (db m118788) WM

Turkey, Denizli (Merkez (District)), Pamukkale — HierapolisVisualization of Hierapolis
English Text: (1) Northern Necropolis (2) Baths - Basilica (3) Suburban Theatre (4) Frontinus Gate (5) Latrina (6) Nymphaeum of the Tritons (7) Agora (8) Frontinus Street (9) Temple Nymphaeum . . . — Map (db m118843) HM
Turkey, Denizli (Merkez (District)), Pamukkale — Martyrion of St. PhilipHierapolis of Phrygia
The church with an octagon core was built at the beginning of the 5th century on the summit of the hill. This is probably where, according to tradition, the Apostle was martyred. The building has an eight-sided central room surmounted by a wooden . . . — Map (db m118853) HM
Turkey, Denizli (Merkez (District)), Pamukkale — The TheatreThe Theatre Today
In the latest years the theatre continues to represent one of the top priorities for the Italian Mission, that continues the studies and has started important actions of preservation, restoration and presentation of the monument. The project of . . . — Map (db m118880) HM
United, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Barnet — 63ft General Purpose Pinnace Mk. 1
63ft General Purpose Pinnace Mk. 1 1955 — 1985 The 63ft General Purpose Pinnace Mk.1 was the workhorse of the post-second world war RAF Marine Craft fleet, and saw extensive service with the RAF overseas at Gibraltar, Cyprus, Malta, . . . — Map (db m118508) HM
United, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Saxony Demi Cannon
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United Kingdom, England, City of Westminster — Sir Joseph Bazalgette CB
Sir Joseph Bazalgette CB Engineer of the London Main Drainage System and of this Embankment Born 1819   Died 1891 — Map (db m118811) HM
United Kingdom, England, City of Westminster — The Gurkha Soldier
The Gurkha Soldier Bravest of the Brave Most Generous of the Generous Never Had Country More Faithful Friends Than You Professor Sir Ralph Furner MC ( rear bronze plaque ) First World War 1914 — 1918 . . . — Map (db m118813) HM WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of London — Christ Church
Christ Church Newgate Street This burial ground was laid out by order of The Vestry, Sept. 10th 1880 Rev. T.D. Morse M.A. Vicar John Mixer · William Pitman Church Wardens — Map (db m118825) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of London — Christ’s Hospital
Christ’s Hospital Founded near this site by King Edward VI – 1552 To house, feed and educate needy children Incorporating the Royal Mathematical School, founded by King Charles II – 1673 the School moved to Horsham, West . . . — Map (db m118823) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of London — Christchurch Greyfriars Garden
Welcome to Christchurch Greyfriars Garden This garden covers the burial grounds on the site of the former nave of Christchurch Greyfriars, which were taken over by the Corporation of London in 1931. The Rose garden was laid out in 1989 and is . . . — Map (db m118821) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of London — London Bridge
London Bridge One site, many bridges The current bridge is one of many since the Romans built the first one close to this site 2,000 years ago; it is thought to have had a drawbridge in the centre to allow ships to sail upriver just like . . . — Map (db m118611) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of London — Sir Christopher Hatton
Sir Christopher Hatton (1540-1591), was Lord Chancellor of England and rumoured to be the lover of Queen Elizabeth I. In 1578 the Queen granted Christopher Hatton the grounds of Ely Palace on which Hatton House was built. In the 1600s Hatton . . . — Map (db m118826) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of London — Vestry House
Originally Built 1760 Vestry House Partly Destroyed 1940 Rebuilt in 1981 — Map (db m118817) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Admiral Edward Russell
Here Lived and Died Admiral Edward Russell Earl of Orford Born 1653 Died 1727 — Map (db m118783) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Andrew Young
In Memory Of Andrew Young F S I First Valuer to the London County Council 1889 — 1914 He Laboured to Beautify The London He Loved — Map (db m118774) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Gaiety Theatre
Gaiety Theatre On this site until 1957 stood the re-sited Gaiety Theatre which continued the tradition set by its predecessor for musical comedies, and famed during the 1890’s for the delightful Gaiety Girls and their Stage Door . . . — Map (db m118786) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Lady Henry Somerset Memorial
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United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — National Sporting Club
City of Westminster This Building was Once Known as the National Sporting club March 1891 – October 1929 Which under its President Hugh Cecil Lowther The Fifth Earl of Lonsdale and co-founders Arthur ‘Peggy’ Bettinson & . . . — Map (db m118781) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Queen’s Theatre
Queen’s Theatre The Old Queen’s Theatre occupied this site for just eleven years from 1867 to 1878 and was renowned in its day, albeit fleetingly, for the distinguished players, including Ellen Terry and Charles Wyndham, who trod its . . . — Map (db m118784) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Royal Tank Regiment Memorial
From Mud Through Blood, To The Green Fields Beyond This Memorial Was Unveiled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Colonel-in-Chief Royal Tank Regiment on 13th June 2000 ( plaque in front ) Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue This . . . — Map (db m118816) WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — St. Paul’s Church
( marker between the columns ) The Church Of This Parish Having Been Destroyed By Fire On The XVIIth Day of Septr A.D. MDCCXC, Was Rebuilt, And Opened For Divine Service On The Ist Day of August A.D. MDCCXCVIII . . . — Map (db m118777) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — The Wellington
Nicholson’s Est. 1873 The Wellington The Wellington is named after the great general and prime minister Arther Wellesley, Duke of Wellington whose victory over Napoleon in 1815 brought an end to the Napoleonic Wars. The pub . . . — Map (db m118810) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — Twinings
Thomas Twining (1675-1741) founded the House of Twining by purchasing the original Toms Coffee House at the back of this site in 1706, where he introduced tea. In 1717 he opened the Golden Lyon here as a shop to sell tea and coffee. In 1787 . . . — Map (db m118773) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), City of Westminster — William Edward Forster
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United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Hackney — Holy Trinity Hoxton War Memorial
Remember in Your Prayers and in Your Lives, the Men, Women and Children of This Congregation and Parish Who Died in the Wars. 1914 — 1918 On Active Service George Amor · Arthur Arundel · George Appleby · Albert Beer · William . . . — Map (db m118722) WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Hackney — Linale House
Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch Linale House The First Block of Flats to be Erected On The Wenlock Barn Estate Was Opened By His Worship The Mayor Of Shoreditch (Alderman R.G. Linale J.P.) On the 10th September 1949 Chairman of . . . — Map (db m118721) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — Dadabhai Naoroji
Historic Site The First Asian Elected To The House Of Commons Was Dadabhai Naoroji He Represented Central Finsbury For The Liberal Party From 1892-1895 — Map (db m118772) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — Duncan Terrace Gardens
A brief history of Duncan Terrace Gardens Duncan Terrace Gardens form an important link in the New River Walk series of green spaces. The New River was an open water conduit built in 1613 to bring drinking water from Hertfordshire to London. . . . — Map (db m118728) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — Finsbury War Memorial
Borough of Finsbury In the Name of God the Most High and to Enshrine in Perpetual Love and Reverence the Glorious Memory of the Men of This Borough Who in Death Made the Supreme Sacrifice for Their King, Their Country, and Their . . . — Map (db m118347) WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — Frieze from W. Bryer & Sons — Gold Refiners
This frieze was removed from numbers 53 and 54 Barbican when it was demolished in 1962 and re-erected by the Corporation of London in 1975. Numbers 53 and 54 Barbican were the premises of W. Bryer & Sons Gold Refiners and assayers whose trade is . . . — Map (db m118509) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — Regent’s Canal
Regent’s Canal   Islington Maiden Lane Bridge to Sturts Lock History The eight and a half mile long Regent’s Canal was planned by Thomas Homer, a local businessman who saw the potential of a new waterway to link the Grand Junction . . . — Map (db m118727) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — Regents Canal
A brief history of Regents Canal The Regent's Canal is a 13.5km watercourse that extends from Little Venice in the west to Limehouse Basin in the east. Constructed as part of the Grand Union Canal system, it was the inspiration of engineer . . . — Map (db m118725) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — The York
The York Until the late 18th Century, the site of The York was open fields and part of a farm. In 1838 the premises of The York was a private house belonging to the Pullen and Rhodes families; dairy cows once grazed up to the back door. The house . . . — Map (db m118506) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Islington — William Nicholson
William Nicholson (1824-1909) Distiller, Politician, Cricket Player, Benefactor This alehouse is part of the Nicholson’s Heritage Collection. They’re all different, yet they all owe something to the man who founded them. William Nicholson . . . — Map (db m118507) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Lambeth — Laurence Olivier
Laurence Olivier O.M. Actor 1907 – 1989 Baron Olivier of Brighton Founding Director of the National Theatre 1963 – 1973 More than two hundred, mainly theatre and film people and institutions, contributed to the Laurence . . . — Map (db m118345) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Lambeth — St John’s War Memorial
Erected by the Nursing Staff in honour of the patients who died in the King George Hospital HM Stationery Offices Stamford Street used as a military hospital during the war ( inscribed around the top of the column ) Greater love . . . — Map (db m118702) WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Lambeth — The Wellington Hotel & Public House
The Wellington Hotel & Public House The Wellington takes its name after Arthur Wellesley (1769-1852), the first Duke of Wellington and Prime Minister from 1828-30 and 1834. Victor of the battle of Waterloo in 1815, Waterloo Train Station, Waterloo . . . — Map (db m118346) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Richmond upon Thames — Barbara Everest
Barbara Everest 1890 – 1968 British Film Actress lived here 1953 - 1956 — Map (db m118771) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Richmond upon Thames — Chinese Guardian Lions
Chinese Guardian Lions This pair of Chinese guardian lions were presented by Sir John Ramsden in 1958. They are superb examples of Chinese sculpture and are similar to those made of bronze, which stand in the grounds of the Imperial Palace at . . . — Map (db m118750) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Richmond upon Thames — Kew Guild War Memorial
To The Glory Of God And In Honoured Memory Of The Members Of The Kew Guild and Staff Of The Royal Botanic Gdns Kew Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War 1914 - 1919 L/Cpl Charles Henry Anderson   London Scottish · Pte Arthur Edwin . . . — Map (db m118749) WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Richmond upon Thames — King William’s Temple
King William’s Temple Fit for a king but given to a queen: built 1837 When Sir Jeffry Wyatville began designing this building King William IV was old but in good health. By the time the royal architect had finished in 1837, the king had . . . — Map (db m118747) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Richmond upon Thames — Temple of Bellona
Temple of Bellona Fashion and the fight: built 1760 This building may sound romantic, but it's more about battle than beauty. The female counterpart to Mars, Bellona is actually the Roman goddess of war. It's an appropriate . . . — Map (db m118746) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Richmond upon Thames — The Queen’s Garden
The Queen’s Garden During the 17th century plants were grown for culinary and medicinal purposes rather than their beauty. They were used in cooking to mask the flavour of tainted meat and strewn either fresh or dry in houses to sweeten the . . . — Map (db m118748) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — Old Thameside Inn
Old Thameside Inn Old Thameside Inn at Picktord's Wharf was formerly a tea warehouse, converted into a pub in the 1980’s. Next to it stands a fulf-size model of Sir Francis Drake's Golden Hind (in which he captured great treasures on the high seas . . . — Map (db m118650) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — Old Thameside Inn
Old Thameside Inn The Old Thameside Inn was once an old spice warehouse in the very busy Pickfords Wharf in the Pool of London on docks that date back to the 16th Century. Behind the pub is “The Clink" Street Prison, the private prison of . . . — Map (db m118651) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth I 7th September 1533 – 24th March 1603 Elizabeth acceded to the throne in 1558; when England was in a period of great turbulence, fraught with religious tensions, internal political struggles and later threats from the . . . — Map (db m118648) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — Sir Francis Drake
Sir Francis Drake 1540 – 28th January 1596 Sir Francis Drake was a 16th century explorer, privateer and English National Hero who has inspired countless generations around the world. He was the first English captain to circumnavigate the . . . — Map (db m118646) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — Southwark Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral For over 1,000 years Christians have worshipped here: AD 606 – a convent AD 1106 – a priory AD 1540 – a parish church AD 1905 – a cathedral The oldest gothic church building in . . . — Map (db m118612) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — St. Mary Overie’s Dock
St. Mary Overie’s Dock From the 16th century Notice This Dock is a free landing place at which the Parishoners of St. Saviour’s Parish are entitled to land goods free of toll. Wardens Office 8, Southwark St. SE1 By order of the . . . — Map (db m118644) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — St. Saviour’s & St. Olaves Girls’ School
These Gates Were Given By the St. Olaves & St. Saviour’s Grammar School Foundation On the Centenary of St. Saviour’s & St. Olaves Girls’ School AD 2003 — Map (db m118641) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — St. Saviour’s Southwark Private Property
The ground between the west side of this warehouse and the footpath opposite extending 93 feet 7 inches from the north end of Church Street to Saint Mary Overy's Dock is the private property of the parish of Saint Saviour's Southwark, the greatest . . . — Map (db m118642) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — St. Saviour’s Southwark World War I Memorial
( east side ) Give Honour to the Men of St. Saviour’s Southwark Who Gave Their Lives for the Empire 1914 – 1918 Their Names are Inscribed Within The Parish Church May Their Memory Live For Ever In the Minds of Men ( . . . — Map (db m118653) WM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — The George Inn
The National Trust The George Inn It is known that the George Inn existed in the late 16th Century although the present building dates from 1677. Both Shakespeare and Dickens knew the hospitality of the inn which has continued right up to the . . . — Map (db m118652) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — The Glaziers Hall
The Glaziers Hall Pool of London The land in this area formed part of the site of the cloisters of the Church of St Mary Ouverie, now Southwark Cathedral. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1540 it was sold and eventually bought by the . . . — Map (db m118614) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — The Legend of Mary Overie
The Legend of Mary Overie Legend suggests that before the construction of London Bridge in the tenth century a ferry existed here. Ferrying passengers across the River Thames was a lucrative trade. John Overs who, with his watermen and apprentices, . . . — Map (db m118649) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), London Borough of Southwark — Winchester Palace
Winchester Palace These ruins are all that remain of the palace of the powerful Bishops of Winchester, one of the largest and most important buildings in medieval London. Founded in the 12th century by Bishop Henry de Blois, brother of King . . . — Map (db m118656) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Dial Square
Dial Square Only the entrance front with its powerful archway remains of the former gun machining factory, built 1717-20, which with the other buildings covered a wide area and was originally known as the Great Pile. In 1886 workers in Dial . . . — Map (db m118513) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — East & West Riverside Guardrooms
East & West Riverside Guardrooms Grade II Listed Building Built 1814-15 R A R E Royal Arsenal Riverside Experience — Map (db m118561) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Firepower
Firepower The building on the East side of Number 1 Street, which now houses The Firepower Museum, used to be the Paper Cartridge Factory and The Royal Laboratory Offices. The exact charge of powder for a firearm was placed in a cartridge . . . — Map (db m118530) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 2/46
Gun 2/46 Muzzle stamped 100, on the chase is a coronet with the letter "M" for the Duke of Marlborough. On the reinforce it states "GR" under a crown, referring to the Royal George ship on which it was once mounted and from whose hull it was . . . — Map (db m118558) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 2/75
Gun 2/75 On the chase the cypher of the Earl of Chatham, a peerage created in 1766 for William Pitt the Elder. On the first reinforce the cypher of George III. On the first reinforce ring the maker's name"J & H King" and the date 1809. On the . . . — Map (db m118557) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 2/86
Gun 2/86 On the base ring the maker's name and date of manufacture "S·Eccles 1854". On the first reinforce a cypher of Queen Victoria with the words "Dieu et Mon Droit". This translates as "God and My Rights" and was a motto of the . . . — Map (db m118556) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 2/90
Gun 2/90 On the base ring this gun shows the maker's name "F.M. Eardley-Wilmot". On the first reinforce a cypher of Queen Victoria with the words "Dieu et Mon Droit". This translates as "God and My Rights" and was a motto of the British . . . — Map (db m118560) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 2/91
Gun 2/91 On the base ring this gun shows the maker's name "F.M. Eardley-Wilmot". On the first reinforce a cypher of Queen Victoria with the words "Dieu et Mon Droit". This translates as "God and My Rights" and was a motto of the British . . . — Map (db m118559) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 28/10
Gun 28/10 The Gibraltar Gun is one of the largest and heaviest objects in the Royal Artillery's collection – a 38 foot long coastal defence artillery piece weighing 40 tonnes. The 9.2 inch calibre gun is a rare surviving example . . . — Map (db m118555) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Gun 3/39
Gun 3/39   Date 1785 36 pounder Smooth Bore Muzzle loading Manufactured in Falkirk Scotland by the Carron Company in 1785 This piece is mounted on a 42 pounder number 42 standing skeleton carriage. — Map (db m118564) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — James Clavell Square
James Clavell Square This Square is named after James Clavell, the famous author, screenwriter film director and producer. His connection to Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum and Woolwich is through his service in the Royal Artillery. In May . . . — Map (db m118539) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Main Guard House
Main Guard House Grade II Listed Building Built 1718 R A R E Royal Arsenal Riverside Experience — Map (db m118512) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Nike
( plaque 1 ) Nike (pronounced Neekay) Ancient Greek Goddess of Victory Spirit of the Games Sculptor, Pavlos Angelos Kougionmtzis ( plaque 2 ) A gift from the people of Ancient Olympia to the . . . — Map (db m118511) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Royal Military Academy
Royal Military Academy Grade II Listed Building R A R E Royal Arsenal Riverside Experience — Map (db m118537) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Royal Regiment of Artillery
Royal Regiment of Artillery On 26 May 1716 the first two permanent companies of Royal Artillery were formed by Royal Warrant in the Reign of George the 1st. The two companies numbered 100 men each. The warrant was signed on this site then . . . — Map (db m118538) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — The Paper Cartridge Factory
The Paper Cartridge Factory Grade II Listed Building R A R E Royal Arsenal Riverside Experience — Map (db m118529) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — The Royal ArsenalEngineering Heritage Award
Institution of Mechanical Engineers Engineering Heritage Award The Royal Arsenal 1671 to 1967 The Royal Arsenal produced much of the armaments required by this country during the growth of the British Empire and through two World Wars. Many . . . — Map (db m118531) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Turkish Gun
Turkish Gun A Turkish gun made around 1798. This model is called a Licorne and the Turkish emblem, a star ans crescent, is visible on the top of the gun. — Map (db m118562) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Venetian Gun
Venetian Gun A 15th Century Venetian gun made by the Albergetti family. This model is called a Falconet and has a calibre of 2.92 inches. — Map (db m118563) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Wellington HQ / Royal Laboratory
Wellington HQ/ Royal Laboratory The Principal Officers of the Ordnance gave an estimate to the Treasury in 1694 for a new laboratory to be built, which was completed in 1696. It consisted of two ranges of buildings with a courtyard in . . . — Map (db m118533) HM
United Kingdom, England (Greater London County), Royal Borough of Greenwich — Woolwich Market
Woolwich Market This market has been serving the citizens of Woolwich since it was created by a charter granted by James I in 1619 — Map (db m118510) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — 30 CWT ‘Cochrane’ Steam Hammer
30 CWT ‘Cochrane’ Steam Hammer Andrew Barclay Sons & Co Ltd, Kilmarnock Anchors were made by a process known as forging. Iron bars, heated in a furnace, were joined together and hammered into shape by anchor smiths. No.1 Smithery's first . . . — Map (db m118396) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Brunel Saw Mill Canal Lock, 1812-14
Brunel Saw Mill Canal Lock, 1812-14 Scheduled Ancient Monument During the Napoleonic Wars the Dockyard needed ever larger supplies of timber for shipbuilding and repair. To satisfy this increased demand the Navy built one of Britain’s . . . — Map (db m118486) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Coat of Arms of George III
The Coat of Arms of George III erected 1811 Restored in 1994 In commemoration of Chatham Dockyard's role in the support of Operation Overlord the Allied Invasion of Europe This Plaque was unveiled by Councillor Mrs Ann Marsh Mayor of . . . — Map (db m118369) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — First World War 100th Anniversary
First World War 100th Anniversary To commemorate the loss of three Chatham Division Cruisers His Majesty’s Ships Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy and 1,459 men on 22nd September 1914 as a result of enemy action in the North Sea Unveiled by His . . . — Map (db m118419) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — H.M.S. Victory
On this Site In the Old Single Dock H.M.S.”Victory” Was Laid Down on 23rd August 1759 and Launched on the 7th May 1765 + + + She was Almost Entirely Rebuilt in Chatham Yard during the Years 1800 to 1803 and On 30th July . . . — Map (db m118438) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — HM Submarine Ocelot, 1962
HM Submarine Ocelot, 1962 Launched in 1962 Ocelot was the last warship to be built at the Dockyard for the Royal Navy. It is preserved to commemorate the Dockyard's 20th century role as a builder of submarines. Between 1907 and 1966 . . . — Map (db m118413) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — HMS Cavalier, 1944
HMS Cavalier, 1944 National Destroyer Memorial National Historic Fleet HMS Cavalier is preserved as a memorial to the 142 Royal Navy destroyers sunk during the Second World War with the loss of over 11,000 lives. Cavalier . . . — Map (db m118418) HM WM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — HMS Gannet, 1878
HMS Gannet, 1878 National Historic Fleet Built on the River Medway at Sheerness Dockyard in 1878Gannet demonstrates the introduction of iron and steam to warship construction. Her composite construction hull is built with teak . . . — Map (db m118411) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Mast Houses & Mould Loft
Mast Houses & Mould Loft Scheduled Ancient Monument, Grade 1 Listed Building Skilled mast-makers, working in these Mast Houses, made timber masts and spars for the sail-powered warsips of the age of sail. They were made from fir logs that . . . — Map (db m118394) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — No. 1 Machine Shop 1861; Armour Plate Shop 1865
No. 1 Machine Shop 1861; Armour Plate Shop 1865 Grade II* Listed Buildings The decision to build HMS Achilles at the Dockyard in 1861 led to the requirement for new buildings to be able to house the machine tools required to work . . . — Map (db m118440) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — No. 1 Smithery, 1808
No.1 Smithery, 1808 Scheduled Ancient Monument In 1805 the Dockyard Officers petitioned the Navy Board for a new Smithery at Chatham to replace an earlier and smaller 18th century Smiths' Shop as a result of the "great introduction of iron . . . — Map (db m118480) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — No. 2 Dry Dock, 1856
No.2 Dry Dock, 1856 Scheduled Ancient Monument This was the site of the Old Single Dock where HMS Victory was built and launched in 1765. As ship building changed from wood to iron and the size of vessels increased, there was . . . — Map (db m118479) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — No. 3 Covered Slip, 1838
No.3 Covered Slip, 1838 Scheduled Ancient Monument During the Napoleonic Wars (1803-15) the Navy Board set about minimising the impact of dry rot on ships under construction by erecting covers over all the slips and docks used for . . . — Map (db m118410) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — No. 3 Dry Dock, 1820; No. 4 Dry Dock, 1840
No. 3 Dry Dock, 1820; No. 4 Dry Dock, 1840 Scheduled Ancient Monuments The dry docks were used for both shipbuilding and ship repair. During the age of sail the Navy Board built more dry docks than any other country. Originally they were . . . — Map (db m118412) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — North Mast Pond, 1702
North Mast Pond, 1702 Scheduled Ancient Monument In the age of sail fir logs for mast-making were first seasoned by storing them under water in the mast ponds. This allowed the sap to die back without the resin drying out. The Dockyard had . . . — Map (db m118489) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Plate Bending Rolls, 1913
Plate-Bending Rolls, 1913 Hugh Smith & Co, Possil Works, Glasgow One of the largest machine tools ever used in Chatham Dockyard, this set of 42ft (12.8m) plate-bending rolls weighs 200 tons. It was installed in the yard's No. 5 machine . . . — Map (db m118483) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Propeller, RFA Reliant, c.1954
Propeller, RFA Reliant, c. 1954 Propeller from the 14,000 ton Royal Fleet Auxiliary Reliant. Originally built as the Somersby, a grain carrier, she was purchased by the Admiralty in 1957 and converted to become the Royal Fleet Auxiliary’s first . . . — Map (db m118395) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Royal Marine Volunteer Cadets Memorial
In Everlasting Memory of 24 Royal Marine Volunteer Cadets Aged 9 - 13 Years Who Tragically Lost Their Lives In Dock Road On The 4th Day Of December 1951 Ever Remembered By Family, Friends And The Chatham Marine's Cadet Unit . . . — Map (db m118372) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — South Mast Pond, 1696
South Mast Pond, 1696 Scheduled Ancient Monument The grey gravel area marks the location of the South Mast Pond. First dug in 1696, it is now the Historic Dockyard's oldest surviving Scheduled Ancient Monument. It was filled in during the . . . — Map (db m118488) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Steam Hammer, 1955
Steam Hammer, 1955 R G Ross & Son, Glasgow Steam hammers played an important role in iron and steel shipbuilding. They were used as part of the forging process to hammer iron, heated in furnaces, into shape. They were located in workshops . . . — Map (db m118397) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — The Bell Mast
( plaque 1 ) The story of the Bell Mast begins in the 1850’s at Chatham. The plan shows Chatham Dockyard in 1864. Many of the buildings shown on the plan still exist today. the Lower Boat House, North Mast Pond and Covered Slips can be . . . — Map (db m118373) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — The Clocktower Building
The Clocktower Building, 1723 Scheduled Ancient Monument The oldest naval store-house to survive in any of the Royal Dockyards. The Clocktower Building was constructed at the head of the docks as a 'present use store' for materials and . . . — Map (db m118439) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — The Destroyer Memorial
1939 HMS Blanche · HMS Duchess · HMS Gipsy 1940 HMS Acasta · HMS Acheron · HMS Ardent · HMS Basilisk · HMS Brazen · HMS Cameron · HMS Codrington · HMS Daring · HMS Delight · HMS Escort · HMS Esk · HMS Exmouth · HMS Glowworm · HMS Grafton · HMS . . . — Map (db m118416) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — The Old Single Dock
This Stone Marks the Site of The Old Single Dock Constructed in 1623 And Replaced in 1858 By the Present No.2 Dock — Map (db m118437) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — The Victory Dock
The Victory Dock Named to commemorate the bicentenary of the Battle of Trafalgar 1805 and the construction of HMS Victory on this site 23 July 1759 – 7 May 1765 Vice Admiral Sir James Burnell-Nugent KCB CBE ADC Martin Second Sea . . . — Map (db m118436) HM WM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Timber Seasoning Sheds, 1774
Timber-Seasoning Sheds, 1774 Scheduled Ancient Monument In May 1771 the Earl of Sandwich and other Commissioners of the Admiralty Board visited Chatham and were shown how ships built with improperly seasoned timber had rotted away. Shortly . . . — Map (db m118484) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Chatham — Victualling Inshore Craft (VIC) 56
Victualling Inshore Craft (VIC) 56 Small wartime naval stores and munitions steamship Supplying the Royal Navy, which had over nine thousand ships during the Second World War, was a huge challenge. By 1945, most were at anchor or moored to . . . — Map (db m118414) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Gillingham — Gillingham World War I Memorial
To the Glory of God In Memory of the Men of this Parish who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great War 1914 – 1918 Their names liveth for evermore Major J.T. Byford McCudden V.C. D.S.O. & Bar. M.C. & Bar. M.M. Croic de . . . — Map (db m118371) WM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Gillingham — The Royal Dockyard Anchor
This Anchor Commemorates The Royal Naval Presence In This Area And The Royal Dockyard 1547 – 1984 — Map (db m118370) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Rochester — City of Rochester Upon Medway
City of Rochester Upon Medway These naval cannon were excavated during the construction of the new river wall at Riverside in 1993. They have been mounted on new carriages designed to closely represent their original carriages. This cannon is . . . — Map (db m118355) HM
United Kingdom, England (Kent County), Rochester — Royal Marines Barracks
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United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — Barge Walk
Part of the Hampton Court Palace Estate Managed by Historic Royal Palaces Discover the sights and stories along Barge Walk History Barge Walk runs for 5 km alongside the River Thames from Hampton Court Bridge to Kingston . . . — Map (db m118689) HM
United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — Golden Jubilee Fountain
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United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — Home Park and the Long Water
Henry VIII’s hunting park and Charles II’s formal canal. Hunting at Hampton Court Hampton Court’s great attraction for Henry VIII (r 1509-1547) and later monarchs was its hunting. Henry enclosed this 750 acre (300 hectare) park . . . — Map (db m118685) HM
United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — Molesey Riverbank
Historic Molesey Molesey was first mentioned in the mid 7th Century record books when it was transferred to the monastery at Chertsey Abbey. It was referred to as Mulesei or Mul's Island. In the Domesday Book, it became Mulesey when the survey of . . . — Map (db m118691) HM
United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — Site of the Toy Inn
The Site of the Toy Inn An ancient Hostelry of Note Built for Oliver Cromwell’s Troops c.1650 rebuilt c.1700, demolished c.1840; wherein Pope wrote the Rape of the Lock; the Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV, formed & presided over his Toy . . . — Map (db m118683) HM
United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — The Broad Walk
These gardens have been famous for their displays of massed bedding plants since they were opened to the public by Queen Victoria (r1837-1901). Queen Caroline’s flower border Queen Caroline, the wife of George II (r1727-1760), . . . — Map (db m118687) HM
United Kingdom, England (Surrey County), East Molesey — The Family Coat of Arms of Thomas Newland Allen
The Family Coat of Arms of Thomas Newland Allen Hampton Court Bridge was opened in 1866, at the expense of Thomas Newland Allen a local man who lived at Hampton on the Middlesex Bank. Originally a toll bridge allowing Mr Allen to recoup . . . — Map (db m118690) HM

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