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  1. La Corona de Castella i Lleó, també coneguda en la forma abreujada Corona de Castella, com a entitat històrica, comença el 1230 quan Ferran III de Castella es corona rei de Castella i rei de Lleó, [1] el qual incloïa els vells regnes de Galícia i Astúries . La unió entre els dos regnes ja s'havia produït en ocasions anteriors, el 1037 ...

  2. Bienvenido a Wikipedia . Esperamos que pases buenos momentos en Wikipedia. Axel gh07 23:07 20 jul 2007 (CEST) Bienvenido a PR:EX . Bienvenidos al Wikiproyecto Extremadura, espero que nos ayudes en nuestras tareas (que las tenemos olvidadillas u.u). Un saludo. Kojie (Protesta Aquí) 00:23 6 ago 2007 (CEST) Catedral de Canarias

  3. 19/10/2009 · This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version.The original can be viewed here: Grosser Nordischer Krieg Phase2.png: .

  4. Philippus I cum uxore Bertha, filia natu maxima Constantia, filioque Ludovico. Philippus I (natus die 23 Maii 1052; Meloduni mortuus die 29 Iulii 1108) fuit rex Franciae ab anno 1060 usque ad mortem anno 1108. Henrici I uxorisque eius Annae Kioviae erat filius. In matrimonium duxit. Bertham Hollandiae, e qua filium Ludovicum et filiam ...

  5. A Historical Poem ’TWAS in the year 1715, and on the 10th of November, Which the people of Scotland have cause to remember; On that day the Earl of Mar left Perth bound for Sheriffmuir, At the same time leaving behind a garrison under Colonel Balfour. Besides leaving a force of about three thousand men quartered in different parts of Fife,

  6. Lifetime: 1651 - 1715 Passed: ≈ 307 years ago. François de Salignac de la Mothe-Fénelon more commonly known as François Fénelon was a French Catholic archbishop, theologian, poet and writer. Today, he is remembered mostly as the author of The Adventures of Telemachus, first published in 1699.

  7. 30/04/2015 · The Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens were also known as Spring Gardens and opened in 1661. The style of these gardens was copied elsewhere – interesting post here. Tyers, in association with William Hogarth, turned the Gardens into a mix of park/circus/fairground/Kenwood House – an adults’ playground! Vauxhall Gardens by Samuel Wale, 1715 (Wikipedia)