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“Grazie a queste 3 #meravigliose #sorelle che indossano #LumiereBijoux ♡ giovedì vi aspetto a #Verona presso @enoteca07 vicolo ghiaia 2 dalle 17 alle 21…”

“Grazie a queste 3 #meravigliose #sorelle che indossano #LumiereBijoux ♡ giovedì vi aspetto a #Verona presso @enoteca07 vicolo ghiaia 2 dalle 17 alle 21…”

Clarence House is the official London residence of The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. Located just east of Buckingham Palace, along The Mall, it is attached to St James’ Palace. Clarence House is most commonly associated with The Queen Mother, who lived here for nearly 50 years, until her death in 2002.

Clarence House is a royal home in London, situated on The Mall, in the City of Westminster. It is attached to St. James's Palace and shares the palace's garden. For nearly 50 years, from 1953 to it was home to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Clarence House Chris Nash, Alamy. Designed by John Nash, Clarence House is the Royal residence home to The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall

This is the street side view of Clarence House where the “birthday gates” are located. Through the gates are where the garden and front door of Clarence House is.

St. Paul's - London: look for William Holman Hunt's Pre-Raphaelite painting "Light of the World" - see the website before visiting so as not to miss all that's here  the history of this incredible cathedral

Paul's - London: look for William Holman Hunt's Pre-Raphaelite painting "Light of the World" - see the website before visiting so as not to miss all that's here the history of this incredible cathedral.

The foundation stone of the new St Paul's Cathedral in London was laid on this day 21st June, 1675. The Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the site faced that of the church destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666

St Paul's Cathedral, London By Sir Christopher Wren. The site faced that of the church destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666