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Mynydd y Gaer, Wales, is one of the most mystical sites in Britain. Legend has it that "Uthyr Pendragon" Arthur's father, may be buried at Caer (fortress) Caradoc, and maybe even Arthur himself, but historians Blackett and Wilson interpret "Uther Pendragon" as a title used by Athrwys and his father, King Meurig ap Tewdr of Gwent and Glywysing (mid 7th century). There is, at this location, a gigantic ditch and mound shaped like a boat, next to St Peter's Church ruin not far from the site.

An aerial survey of the Marches Uplands, on the western fringes of Herefordshire and Shropshire, using National Mapping Programme (NMP) standards.

French Revolution Principles

(Photo: unknown)Liberty, equality, and brotherhood--these words formed a common republican slogan during the French Revolution. If the revolutionaries had included Beyoncé, would there have been fewer decapitations?-via Global Street Art.

The Craven Arms, Birmingham

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub's past owners, Holders.

Great idea...carry it along, stamp it on whatever is available.....smart, green solution for business cards

Business card for Andrea Romani an environmental consultant. Design by Fischer Portugal: This is a great piece of marketing for the client because of the client's intention. Both clever and resourceful, since anything can become a business card.