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Extinguished—Abandoned Catholic Church near Danbury, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Extinguished—Abandoned Catholic Church near Danbury, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Iolani Palace Throne Room.
The Throne Room is one of the most treasured rooms of the palace. In this crimson and gold room  King Kalakaua held formal audiences, diplomatic receptions, and state  balls, receiving and entertaining guests from all walks of life, from  royalty and diplomats to writers, entertainers, and sportsmen. Also, the trial  of Queen Lili`uokalani also occurred in this room.
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hawaiianlivingaloha:

Iolani Palace Throne Room.

The Throne Room is one of the most treasured rooms of the palace. In this crimson and gold room King Kalakaua held formal audiences, diplomatic receptions, and state balls, receiving and entertaining guests from all walks of life, from royalty and diplomats to writers, entertainers, and sportsmen. Also, the trial of Queen Lili`uokalani also occurred in this room.

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Iolani Palace State Dining Room.
Beyond beautifully carved sliding doors in the Blue Room is the State  Dining Room. Here portraits of German, French, Russian and British  rulers and leaders hang above three massive sideboards which, like many  of the furnishings in the Palace, were specially made in Boston,  Massachusetts by the A.H. Davenport Company. Royal dinners were in this very room where the King and Queen would invite highly people to join them in a feast of a life time. Forks, plate, spoons, knives, napkins and many more table accessories were one of a kind royalty items.

hawaiianlivingaloha:

Iolani Palace State Dining Room.

Beyond beautifully carved sliding doors in the Blue Room is the State Dining Room. Here portraits of German, French, Russian and British rulers and leaders hang above three massive sideboards which, like many of the furnishings in the Palace, were specially made in Boston, Massachusetts by the A.H. Davenport Company. Royal dinners were in this very room where the King and Queen would invite highly people to join them in a feast of a life time. Forks, plate, spoons, knives, napkins and many more table accessories were one of a kind royalty items.

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