Events September 2015 to March 2016 Botanical gardens
How the Gardens is helping to conserve Ireland's and the World's Flora - Botanic garden Dublin
HOME PAGE of the National Botanic Gardens of Ireland, Glasnevin
Loneliness Is Killing Us – We Must Start Treating It Like One of the World's Deadliest Diseases - That loneliness is a health issue would not have been a surprise to Mother Teresa who once said: "The biggest disease today is not leprosy or cancer or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted, uncared for and deserted by everybody."
National Botanical Gardens and Herbarium Museum Dublin
National Botanic Gardens
t is with deep regret that we at the Imperial Ethiopia Homepages report that Her Imperial Highness, Princess Tenagnework Haile Selassie of Ethiopia has died on April 6th, 2003. Her Imperial Highness was 90 years old. She was buried at Holy Trinity Cathedral in the Imperial family vault on April 13th, 2003, in a 5 hour funeral presided over by Abune Paulos, Patriarch of Ethiopia, and attended by thousands of mourners including most of the Imperial family and the old Ethiopian Nobility…
6/5/14 - After the Golden Age by Carrie Vaughn (fiction)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Jacksonville soldier finally came home after 63 years Thursday. Cpl. Joe Howard, a Jacksonville native who perished in a North Korean prison camp, was buried in Jacksonville National Cemetery with full military honors and a tombstone with his name on it.
Battle of Camden, South Carolina 1780 (Revolutionary War). My 5 greats grandfather, Isaac Brewer, and his brother John were taken prisoner by the British right after being in this battle. They were forced to help prepare the dead for burial, and then were set free and returned to North Carolina.
On Friday, 24th May 1901, 78 men had been buried alive in the "Universal Mine" at Senghenydd, near Caerphilly, the first coal mine in the Aber Valley, which had only gone into production 18 months previously. The disaster occurred at 5.30am as the night shift were leaving the pit. Three explosions, which shattered the top of the shaft, were heard 3.5 miles away, with gas and huge rockfalls at the bottom of the shaft serving to prevent rescuers from reaching the trapped men
Botanical Gardens, Dublin. Unfortunately no pinable pics of the gardens! Dublin's Northside Attractions - a joint promotion with other tourist attractions on the Northside of the City
Sally WiltonRefugees Welcome - UK The ultimate injustice one can commit to Aylan Kurdi and his family is to omit the parts of his story which explain why he ended up dead on the beach. The details matter, so please read and share: 1) Abdullah Kurdi, the father, was detained for 5 months in Air Force Intelligence in Damascus. While in detention, he was tortured and his teeth were pulled out. He had to sell his shop in Damascus in order to bribe the officers to let him out. This cost him…