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  1. Luísa do Reino Unido. Princesa Luísa, Duquesa de Argyll (nome pessoal em inglês: Louisa Caroline Alberta; Londres, 18 de março de 1848 – Londres, 3 de dezembro de 1939 ), foi a sexta filha e quarta menina, da rainha Vitória do Reino Unido e de seu marido o príncipe Alberto de Saxe-Coburgo-Gota. Ela passou o início da vida vivendo nas ...

  2. John Campbell, 2.º Duque de Argyll, 1.º Duque de Greenwich KG (Petersham, Surrey, 10 de outubro de 1678 — Petersham, 4 de outubro de 1743), conhecido por Iain Ruaidh nan Cath ou João Vermelho das Batalhas, foi um militar e nobre escocês.

  3. Dr John M Hall, Chairman - Friends of Crarae 2021 ( EMAIL: for gift membership. The cafe and visitor centre opens from 10 am - 5pm, last garden entry or cafe orders at 4pm. FYI access is currently limited to the west side of the Crarae Burn but this still covers the west gorge path and ...

  4. Herzog von Argyll (Schottisch-Gälisch: Diùc Earra-Ghàidheil ) ist ein Titel, der 1701 in der Peerage of Scotland und 1892 in der Peerage des Vereinigten Königreichs gegründet wurde. Die Earls, Marquessen und Herzöge von Argyll gehörten mehrere Jahrhunderte zu den mächtigsten Adelsfamilien Schottlands.

  5. A Very British Scandal: Created by Sarah Phelps. With Claire Foy, Paul Bettany, Olwen May, Albertine Kotting McMillan. The story of events surrounding the notorious divorce of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll during the 1960s.

  6. Lycium barbarum is a shrub native to China, [2] [3] [4] with present-day range across Asia and southeast Europe. [5] It is one of two species of boxthorn in the family Solanaceae from which the goji berry or wolfberry is harvested, the other being Lycium chinense . Common names of the plant in English include Chinese wolfberry, [2] barbary ...

  7. › wiki › CampbeltownCampbeltown - Wikipedia

    Campbeltown ( / ˈkæmbəltən / i; Scottish Gaelic: Ceann Loch Chille Chiarain or Ceann Locha) is a town and former royal burgh in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It lies by Campbeltown Loch on the Kintyre peninsula. Campbeltown became an important centre for Scotch whisky, and a busy fishing port .