Queen Victoria In Dublin, 1900 1900

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Dublin, Eire, Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.

Queen Victoria in open carriage coming through stone arch. The carriage pulls up in front of crowded stands where the Queen is presented to a few people. The carriage...



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UN 0001 A (T)
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01:44:14:00 / 01:46:46:00
UN 1 A (T)
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