Он - один из самых топовых иллюзионистов России🃏 Он - второй человек, которых ходил по воде🙌
Он - Майк Бердников♠️♣️♥️♦️
14-15 декабря на «Вкусной вечеринке» в @limerick_pub будет много магии от @mike_berdnikov. Лучшее шоу гарантировано!
Смотри галлерею и удивляйся😳
Бронируй стол по номеру 300-600🎶
☘️ Ирландский паб «Лимерик»⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📍 Абакан, ул. Дружбы Народов, 16⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Well, that’s a wrap for 2018! All orders completed and delivered.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported me throughout the year. It has been a pleasure working with you to create gifts for you and the special people in your lives.
I look forward to speaking with new and returning customers in the New Year.
Now to start getting ready for Christmas myself! 🙈
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, and best wishes for 2019!
❗️ATENÇÃO ATLETAS : Este é o calendário oficial de 2019 dos eventos sancionados pela IFBB Pro League/NPC no Brasil já confirmados! 🇧🇷
Estamos muito ansiosos para a temporada de 2019!!!
Esperamos todos vocês nos nossos eventos!!
Temos certeza que 2019 será um ano ainda melhor para o fisiculturismo brasileiro!
Convidamos todos vocês para fazerem história junto com a gente no Bodybuilding Internacional!!!
Vai Brasil!!! Vamos juntos 💫🇧🇷🙌🏼
Executions during the Irish Civil War took place during the guerrilla phase of the Irish Civil War (June 1922 – May 1923). This phase of the war was bitter, and both sides, the government forces of the Irish Free State and the anti-Treaty Irish Republican Army (IRA) insurgents, used executions and terror in what developed into a cycle of atrocities. From November 1922, the Free State government embarked on a policy of executing Republican prisoners in order to bring the war to an end. Many of those killed had previously been allies, and in some cases close friends (during the Irish War of Independence 1919–1921), of those who ordered their deaths in the civil war. In addition, government troops summarily executed prisoners in the field on several occasions. The executions of prisoners left a lasting legacy of bitterness in Irish politics.
The use of execution by the Irish Free State in the Civil War was relatively harsh compared to the recent British record. In contrast with 77 official executions by the Irish Free State government, the British executed 24 IRA volunteers during the 1919–21 conflict.
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Glenstal Abbey situated in Co. Limerick is a Norman Revival castle, which was built by the English architect William Bardwell for Sir Matthew Barrington. Once home to the Barrington family but now a school and monastery, still home to a number of monks. Begun in 1837, construction lasted nearly 50 years. The design was changed, adapted and reduced over that time, which was not always a success in terms of the interior. Some of the rooms were reduced in length leaving fireplaces in odd positions, vaulted ceilings uncompleted, and ornately decorated rooms are found beside rooms with plain plaster walls. Swipe left to compare the castle with what was originally proposed. It faces south, and commands an unbroken view of some thirty miles towards the Galtee Mountains. The architect intended Glenstal to look like a twelfth-century castle, for when he inscribed his name on the turret Bardwell me fecit (‘Bardwell made me’), he added the date 1839, but cut in such a way as to look like 1139.Following the death of their daughter in an ambush during the Irish War of Independence, the last owners, Sir Charles and Lady Mary Rose Barrington, decided to return to live on their English estate. The property was bought by a local priest, who invited the monks of Maredsous Abbey in Belgium to settle in Glenstal. Monastic life at Glenstal began formally on 18 December 1927. #abbey#glenstal#glenstalabbey#castle#irishcastle#irishcountryhouses#architecture#eire#ireland#limerick
I'm almost finished classes for this year, and have free spaces in some of my classes for the new year. There will be 3 weeks left in the term, in these 3 weeks it will give you the chance to see if your baby likes Baby Sensory. Great opportunity to spend one on one time with your baby and having fun.
To enquire about classes or to book in contact Helena 0876220768/PM me #kerryireland#kerrycounty#lovelimerick#limerick#newyear#sensoryplay#babies