kushangel:

i just said hi to someone and they didn’t hear me i’m never trying that again

All the feels today. Had a good cry. Most homesick I’ve being since leaving. Don’t know why. Just miss….familiarity :’(

Miss this and friends and home and everything :( #feelinghomesick #goreme #cappadocia #kapadokya #turkey #turkeyexplored #travel #nofilter #topdecker #sigh #moody (at Cappadocia, Turkey)

Miss this and friends and home and everything :( #feelinghomesick #goreme #cappadocia #kapadokya #turkey #turkeyexplored #travel #nofilter #topdecker #sigh #moody (at Cappadocia, Turkey)

britishroyals:

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are joined by Prince Harry as they watch Scotland Play Wales at Hockey at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre during the 20th Commonwealth games, July 28, 2014.

Copyright: Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Stephen Lock/I-Images

Ugh

danielefummo:

photo: daniele fummo
2013

Gerontography @sandyrad

danielefummo:

photo: daniele fummo

2013

Gerontography @sandyrad

teatimeatwinterpalace:

28th July 1914 - Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia

On July 28, 1914, one month to the day after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife were killed by a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo, Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia, effectively beginning the First World War.

The following telegram sent by Count Leopold von Berchtold (Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister) at 11.10 am to M. N. Pashitch (Serbian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister), who received it at 12.30 pmVienna28 July 1914The Royal Serbian Government not having answered in a satisfactory manner the note of July 23, 1914, presented by the Austro-Hungarian Minister at Belgrade, the Imperial and Royal Government are themselves compelled to see to the safeguarding of their rights and interests, and, with this object, to have recourse to force of arms.Austria-Hungary consequently considers herself henceforward in state of war with Serbia.Count Berchtold

Glad I understand more of this post Turkey. In remembrance, 100 years ago.

teatimeatwinterpalace:

28th July 1914 - Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia

On July 28, 1914, one month to the day after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife were killed by a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo, Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia, effectively beginning the First World War.

The following telegram sent by Count Leopold von Berchtold (Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister) at 11.10 am to M. N. Pashitch (Serbian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister), who received it at 12.30 pm

Vienna
28 July 1914

The Royal Serbian Government not having answered in a satisfactory manner the note of July 23, 1914, presented by the Austro-Hungarian Minister at Belgrade, the Imperial and Royal Government are themselves compelled to see to the safeguarding of their rights and interests, and, with this object, to have recourse to force of arms.

Austria-Hungary consequently considers herself henceforward in state of war with Serbia.

Count Berchtold

Glad I understand more of this post Turkey. In remembrance, 100 years ago.

theeconomist:

Battle scars: see how the first world war changed the shape of Europe with our interactive map

theeconomist:

Battle scars: see how the first world war changed the shape of Europe with our interactive map

royalwatcher:

What Prince George does when his parents are away.