Зоопарк и парк аттракционов😍 обосратушки просто какие там крутилки 😱😨на "вышке" мы оказались случайно. Не знали, что будем падать вниз. Наложила я знатно в этот момент😩
P.s: на второй фотке спят львы)))))) #Paris#europe#отпуск#happy#love#Париж
Venice, you've been good so far!💗 Tomorrow we're heading for Verona which we're both very excited about. My Romeo is in Denmark right now, so it's on Maja tomorrow haha!
#Romeowhereareuat 📸: @majaseferovic
The Battle of Clontarf began on first light on the 23 of April, 1014. It was fought between Brian Boru, the new upstart High King of Ireland, and the King of Leinster, Máel Mórda, allied with the viking King of Dublin, and supported by an array of viking mercenaries from across the British Isles. The battle had started as an attempt by Brian to crush a rebellion, but had quickly grown to mean much more for Ireland and the people living on the island. The battle was immediately and obviously vicious and bloody, and for most of the day seemed to be a stalemate. Eventually, however, the forces of Brian began to push the vikings and Leinstermen into the sea and forest, although it was a very slow process. When the forces of Mórda seemed near to collapse (Máel Mórda himself had died in the battle already), Brian was found praying in his tent by one of the mercenary captains, Brodir. Brodir quickly killed Brian, but then was in turn killed by Brian's brother, Ulf, who was nearby. In the evening (around 5:30), Mórda's forces began to rout, and the battle was over. Máel Sechnaill was restored to the High Kingship in the absence of Brian, and the Úi Néill clan again came to hold the High Kingship. These effects, however, were small compared to the longer-term ones. During and after the battle, Dublin and the surrounding area had been devastated, and because of this Dublin soon came under the full control of the Irish. With the fall of Dublin came the decline of all the Irish vikings, and it indeed can be said that the Battle of Clontarf was the definitive moment, if there ever was one, where the power of the vikings in Ireland was broken. #ireland#irish#connacht#brianboru#vikings#denmark#munster#ulster#leinster#clontarf#history#europe#eire#isleofman#dublin#scandinavian