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Seychelles
   has the capital   
Victoria
The Seychelles islands were captured and freed several times during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic wars, then passed officially to the British under the 1814 Treaty of Paris. August 31, 1903, Seychelles became a separate British Crown Colony.
1837-1901
   was the reign of   
Victoria
Victoria Bitter
   beer comes from   
Australia
Victoria Line
   appears on the tube map in   
Light Blue
Lake Victoria
   is in   
Tanzania
Tanzania / Uganda / Kenya. Largest lake in Africa
Victoria
   is the capital of   
British Columbia
1901
   was the year   
Queen Victoria Died
Born 24th May 1819, assumed the throne on the 20th June 1837 & died 22nd January 1901. The second longest reign of any British monarch.
Victoria Day (Canada)
   is held on   
Monday on or Before May 24th
Victoria
   belongs to   
Canada
83,896 sq. mi.
Victoria and Albert Museum
   is situated in   
London, U.K.
Art and design
Victoria Falls
   is situated in   
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe / Zambia. The falls are one of the most spectacular in the world and is basically a sheet of falling water about 350 ft high by 5700 ft wide! There are 4 major portions to the falls. The Native name for the falls is Mosi-Oa-Tunya which means Smoke that Thunders.
Victoria Rowell
   was born on   
May 10, 1960
Portland ME, actress (Drucilla-Young and Restless)
Queen Victoria
   lifespan was   
1819-1901
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 until her death in 1901.
Guyana
   has the National Plant   
Victoria Regia Lily
Queen Victoria Fountain
   stands/stood in   
Dún Laoghaire
Birdcage
Victoria Pass
   is situated in   
Australia
NSW. Has carried nearly all traffic across the Blue Mountains since it was opened.
Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom
   had the sobriquet   
Grandmother of Europe
Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom
   had the sobriquet   
Mrs Brown
Victoria Cross Ranges
   are located in   
Canada
Victoria
   is located in   
Canada
India
   is the site of   
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (formerly Victoria Terminus)
Zambia
   is the site of   
Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls
Zimbabwe
   is the site of   
Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls
Zimbabwe
   is the location of   
Victoria Falls National Park
Melbourne, Ballarat, Geelong
   are all   
Cities in Victoria
Australia
Nasser, Malawi, Tanganyika, Lake Victoria
   are all   
African Lakes
Escape From Broadmoor (1948)
   starred   
John Stuart, Victoria Hopper and John Le Mesurier
Director: John Gilling. Also starred Frank Hawkins, Anthony Doonan & Gillie Fenwick
Victoria
   is situated in   
British Columbia
Posh Spice
   is the stage name of   
Victoria Beckham
Member of British All-Girl Band 'The Spice Girls'
Gazon Maudit (1995)
   starred   
Victoria Abril, Josiane Balasko and Alain Chabat
French comedy written and directed by Josiane Balasko
Charles Upham
   is known as a   
Victoria Cross & Bar Recipient
Captain Upham (1908 - 1994) remains the only combat soldier to have received the Victoria Cross and Bar awarded to members of the armed forces of the Commonwealth for exceptional bravery. He earned his VCs for his actions in Crete 22-30 May 1941 and El Alamein in Egypt battlefield 14-15 July 1942. Spent time in Colditz.
Apple
   has a variety named   
Early Victoria
Lake Victoria
   is in   
Uganda
Tanzania / Uganda / Kenya
Lake Victoria
   is in   
Kenya
Tanzania / Uganda / Kenya
Victoria Spivey
   performed the blues song   
Christmas Morning Blues (1927)
Victoria Spivey
   performed the blues song   
Funny Feathers Blues (1939)
Victoria Spivey
   performed the blues song   
Humored and Petted Blues (1926)
Victoria Spivey
   performed the blues song   
No More Jelly Bean Blues (1926)
Flowers in the Attic (1987)
   starred   
Louise Fletcher, Victoria Tennant and Kristy Swanson
Director: Jeffrey Bloom. Also starred Jeb Stuart Adams, Ben Ryan Ganger & Lindsay Parker. Plot: Children are hidden away in the attic by their conspiring mother and grandmother.
Victoria Falls
   is situated in   
Zambia
Zimbabwe / Zambia. The falls are one of the most spectacular in the world and is basically a sheet of falling water about 350 ft high by 5700 ft wide! There are 4 major portions to the falls. The Native name for the falls is Mosi-Oa-Tunya which means Smoke that Thunders.
Great Victoria
   desert is in   
Australia
647 000 km²
Queen Victoria
   was/were the first   
English Monarch to Live in Buckingham Palace
1837
Victoria Woodhall
   was/were the first   
Woman to Run for US President
1872
Victoria De Los Angeles
   recorded   
Villa-Lobos, Bachianas Brasileiras
Great Recording of the Century; EMI, 1998
Queen Victoria
   is played by Judi Dench in   
Mrs. Brown (1997)
BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Queen Victoria
   is buried in   
Royal Burial Grounds at Frogmore, England
D. 1901
Zimbabwe
   is the location of   
Victoria Falls
Called Mosi-oa-Tunya on the Zambian side of the falls
2012
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Victoria Azarenka
1901
   was the year   
Queen Victoria Died
Born 24th May 1819, assumed the throne on the 20th June 1837 & died 22nd January 1901. The longest reign of any British monarch.
Victoria Nichols & Susan Thompson
   won the award for   
Silk Stalkings
1989. A reference list of female crime/mystery writers and the characters created by them.






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