why was the 19th century dubbed the victorian age in great britain?

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Answered: Ide hall or Idle hall sevenoakes kent was supposedly in my family 1n the

This web site has information about the village hall and how you can contact them. It is probably a good place to start. http://www.charities-database.co.uk/302771.html

Answered: 19th century social changes

The social changes in the United States since the late 19th century have been enormous. For example, civil rights movements for women and minorities have significantly (even if not fully) expanded the possibilities for prosperity and power in American society. Large extended families were the norm ...

Answered: Why did europe population increased in 19th century?

The industrial revolution, the agricultural revolution and much better medical care. The former, though factories were health hazards, created a much better fed working class as the second revolution mentioned produced much more food with a lot less labor while the last kept people's health up ...

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It is Glasto 09 which is the music festival Glastonbury, http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/

Answered: Wettest Part Great Britain

On average it is Crib Goch in Snowdonia, Wales. For a map of the country see this web site .

Answered: Weather in Great Britain

The South East and South West of England are the warmest areas . Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset in the South West of the UK have the best climate all year round as the temperatures are moderated by the Gulf Stream coming across the Atlantic.
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