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  1. Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. Parliament voted her the additional title of Empress of India in 1876.

  2. Queen Victoria (born Alexandrina Victoria; 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) was the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 to 1901. She was born in London to a German princess and an English prince in 1819. She became queen at the age of 18 after her uncle William died.

    • 20 June 1837 – 22 January 1901
    • Edward VII
  3. Wedding dress of Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom married her cousin Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha on 10 February 1840. She chose to wear a white wedding dress, which was considered an unusual choice at a time when colours were more usual, made from heavy silk satin.

  4. Descendants of Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    Descendants of Queen Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland, 1840-1945, "European Royalty during World War II" (retrieved 3 January 2010) Cadbury, Deborah, Queen Victoria's Matchmaking: The royal marriages that shaped Europe, New York: Public Affairs Press, 2017, ISBN 978-161039-846-6

  5. MS Queen Victoria - Wikipedia
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    MS Queen Victoria is a Vista-class cruise ship operated by the Cunard Line and is named after the British Monarch Queen Victoria. She is of the same basic design as other Vista-class cruise ships including Queen Elizabeth. At 90,049 GT she is the smallest of Cunard's ships in operation. Her facilities include seven restaurants, thirteen bars, three swimming pools, a ballroom, and a theatre.

    Unlike many previous Cunard ships, Queen Victoria is not a traditional ocean liner as she does not have the heavy plating throughout the hull. However the bow was constructed with heavier plating to cope with the transatlantic run, and the ship has a high freeboard. The Queen Mary 2 had cost approximately $300,000 US per berth, nearly double that of many contemporary cruise ships, so Cunard made the economical decision to base Queen Victoria on a modified Vista-class cruise ship, and Queen Eliza

    An order for a Vista-class vessel was transferred by Carnival Corporation & plc from its Holland America Line to Cunard with the intent that the vessel would become the MS Queen Victoria Fincantieri laid down the keel in 2003, but Carnival reallocated the hull again to become the

    Captain Paul Wright was appointed as the first master of Queen Victoria in October 2006. Captain Christopher Rynd became secondary master. Captain Ian McNaught briefly commanded Queen Victoria before transferring to Seabourn. Queen Victoria undertook her maiden voyage, a 10-day c

    January 2011: Two years after the first Cunard Royal Rendezvous, on the same date, Queen Mary 2 met up with both Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth for another Royal Rendezvous in New York City on 13 January 2011. Both the Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth made a tandem crossing

    Queen Victoria's exterior design closely resembles that of Vista-class ships built for various cruise companies. A feature which distinguishes her from her younger fleet mate, MS Queen Elizabeth, is the more angled sloping stern, as compared to the newer ship's vertical one. In a

    Queen Victoria's public rooms are mainly located on the lower-level public decks of the ship, 2 Deck and 3 Deck. Unlike Queen Mary 2, however, there is no central circulation access, the main corridors being to the port side. The ship does have the similar grand lobby staircase w

    Queen Victoria can carry 3,000 tons of heavy fuel and 150 tons of marine gas oil, consuming 12 tons per hour for maximum output. Although the ship burns heavy fuel, it uses low-sulphur fuel in certain jurisdictions.

    On Queen Victoria's 21 December 2007 voyage, 122 guests and 11 crew on board contracted norovirus. It was officially attributed to a guest who had already contracted the virus prior to boarding the ship. The outbreak was also popularly attributed to Duchess Camila's initial failure to break the champagne bottle during the ship's christening, which is a bad omen in naval tradition. While most recovered, 30 were still reported to be ill at that time. This was not reported on the CDC's website, whi

    • 12 May 2006
    • 964.5 ft (294 m)
    • 15 January 2007 (float-out)
    • 23.7 knots (43.9 km/h; 27.3 mph) maximum, Service speed 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph)
  6. List of prime ministers of Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    Queen Victoria was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Empire from 20 June 1837 until her death on 22 January 1901. At the start of her reign, responsible government outside of the United Kingdom itself was unknown, but starting in the 1840s this would change.

    Premier (party)
    Premier (party)
    James Boyle Uniacke (Liberal)
    February 2, 1848 April 3, 1854
    James Boyle Uniacke (Liberal)
    February 2, 1848 April 3, 1854
    William Young (Liberal) (1st of 2 non-consecutive terms)
    April 4, 1854 February 20, 1857
    William Young (Liberal) (1st of 2 non-consecutive terms)
    April 4, 1854 February 20, 1857
  7. Queen Victoria Hospital - Wikipedia

    The Queen Victoria Hospital (QVH), located in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England is the specialist reconstructive surgery centre for the south east of England, and also provides services at clinics across the region. It has become world-famous for its pioneering burns and plastic surgery.

    • 80
    • Public NHS
    • 1863
    • East Grinstead, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom
  8. Funeral of Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    The state funeral of Queen Victoria took place in February 1901; it had been 64 years since the last burial of a monarch. Victoria left strict instructions regarding the service and associated ceremonies and instituted a number of changes, several of which set a precedent for state (and indeed ceremonial) funerals that have taken place since.

  9. Queen Victoria Building - Wikipedia

    The Queen Victoria Building (abbreviated as the QVB) is a heritage-listed late-nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae located at 429–481 George Street in the Sydney central business district, in the Australian state of New South Wales.

  10. Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    Si Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24 nin Mayo 1819 – 22 nin Enero 1901) an Reyna kan United Kingdom of Great Britain asin Ireland puon 20 nin Hunyo 1837hanggang sa saiyang kagadanan. Kan Mayo 1 1876, nagkaigwa siya nin dugang na titulo na Empress of India.