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Palais Kinský

Le Palais Kinský est un palais baroque situé à Vienne en Autriche. Il fut construit pour le comte Wirich Philipp von Daun, commandant de garnison dont le fils Leopold Josef von Daun devint maréchal de l’Impératrice Marie-Thérèse. Il fut ensuite acheté par l’illustre famille bohême des Kinsky, et fut dès lors appelé Palais Daun-Kinsky.

Commandé par le comte Daun running hydration bottles, la construction débuta en 1717 sous la direction de l’architecte Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt. En 1784, le fils du comte le vendait aux princes Kinski. Sa flamboyante architecture baroque, sa façade jaune et blanche, ses intérieurs richement décorés et ses escaliers aux plafonds couverts de fresques ont rendu le palais célèbre goalkeeper clothing uk.

Joseph Poniatowski, Général polonais et Maréchal de France est né au palais le 7 mai 1763.

À la fin des années 1990 cheap sports water bottles, le palais fut restauré en suivant les plans originaux avec leurs fresques zénitales et leurs parquet travaillés Purple Bandage Dress. Le palais sert de cadre pour de prestigieuses ventes aux enchères et abrite plusieurs magasins ainsi qu’un restaurant. Il servit également aux négociations de paix entre la Serbie et le Kosovo menées sous l’égide de l’Union européenne.

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Somerby (Juxta Bigby)

Somerby is a hamlet in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated approximately 4 miles (6 km) east from the town of Brigg running hydration bottles, and is in the civil parish of Searby cum Owmby and the ecclesiastical parish of Somerby Somerby lies in the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, between the villages of Bigby and Searby.

The parish church, once described as a “small uninteresting edifice”, is a Grade II* listed building. It is dedicated to Saint Margaret and dates from the 13th century with later additions. It was restored in 1884-85 by H. M. Townsend of Peterborough. An effigy of a knight dating from the late 13th century lies on the south side of the nave. In chancel niches are two marble urns dedicated to two sons of the Weston family who died in the service of the East India Company in 1762 and 1767, respectively. Another Weston, Edward, is commemorated by a large marble wall plaque on the north wall of the chancel. He died in 1770, and was a member of the Privy Council of Ireland.

About 1834 the value of the living, based at the rectory and in the grant of the Crown black and pink football socks, was £7. 7s. 6d. A few years earlier, in 1821, the hamlet comprised 13 houses, with a population of 76.

Somerby Hall was for many years the home of the Weston family, and was purchased by Edward Weston the son of the Bishop of Exeter, the Rt. Rev. Stephen Weston. It was demolished in 1964.

Somerby Grange Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building dating from 1756 with 19th-century additions.

The Monument was erected in 1770, and is an ashlar doric column topped by an urn. It was erected to commemorate 29 years of marriage for Edward and Ann Weston of Somerby Hall. It is Grade II listed.

Today, Somerby has a vineyard. The owners state that they have unearthed several medieval artefacts and Roman coins.

Today the Ecclesiastical parish of Somerby is part of The North Wolds Group of the Deanery of Yarborough.

The nearest primary schools are in Barnetby le Wold or Grasby