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  1. › wiki › MS_BraemarMS Braemar - Wikipedia

    MS Braemar (formerly Crown Dynasty, Cunard Crown Dynasty, Crown Majesty, and Norwegian Dynasty) is a cruise ship, most recently operating with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines . During her Cunard ownership, she was marketed as Cunard Crown Dynasty , but her official name remained Crown Dynasty .

  2. › wiki › BraemarBraemar - Wikipedia

    Braemar / b r eɪ ˈ m ɑːr / is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, around 58 miles (93 km) west of Aberdeen in the Highlands. It is the closest significantly-sized settlement to the upper course of the River Dee sitting at an elevation of 339 metres (1,112 ft).

  3. › wiki › BraemarBraemar – Wikipedia

    Braemar, schottisch-gälisch Baile a’ Chaisteil, ist ein Dorf in der Civil parish Crathie and Braemar in Aberdeenshire, Schottland. Es liegt etwa 93 Kilometer westlich von Aberdeen in den schottischen Highlands. Braemar ist der erste größere Ort am oberen Lauf des Flusses Dee und ist die inoffizielle Hauptstadt der Deeside.

  4. Columba College was created from two earlier Dunedin girls' schools, Girton College and Braemar House. Girton College had been founded in 1886 by the first woman graduate of the University of Otago, Caroline Freeman, who sold it to Frances Ross in 1891. Ross then purchased Braemar House and combined it with Girton College.

  5. A primeira evidência arqueológica é do Epipaleolítico, em Ohalo, perto do Mar da Galileia.Os resquícios encontrados foram datados de aproximadamente 8500 a.C. [3] O primeiro indício de cevada domesticada ocorrem em sítios neolíticos Acerâmicos, como no Tel Abu Hureira, na Síria. [4]

  6. › wiki › CalgaryCalgary - Wikipedia

    Calgary (/ ˈ k æ l ɡ ər i / KAL-gər-ee) is the largest city in the western Canadian province of Alberta and the largest metro area of the three Prairie Provinces. ...

  7. Beyond Braemar a narrow road continues along the south side of the Dee as far as Linn of Dee, at which point it doubles back to terminate at Linn of Quioch on the north bank of the Dee. There are no paved roads into the Cairngorms beyond Linn of Dee, although two walking routes, the Lairig Ghru and the Lairig an Laoigh , continue via passes in the mountains to reach Speyside .