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четверг, 20 октября 2016 г.

Charles, Lord of the Isle of Lewis (9 photo)

Tuesday, Prince Charles went to the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. Kilts, Gaelic and whiskey were de rigueur.
Do not call the Prince of Wales. This Tuesday, October 18, 2016, Charles was in Scotland. Should we then appoint the Duke of Rothesay, his Scottish title? No more. The eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II visited that day on the island of Lewis, the northern part of the island of Lewis and Harris, the largest of the islands of the Outer Hebrides. And there it is known as the "Lord of the Isles". Understand "Lord of the Isles". This title is incumbent on automatically from the sixteenth century to the eldest of the Scottish sovereign and British.
Dressed in a kilt green and red tartan, Prince Charles had two appointments in its planning on the Isle of Lewis. Came without his wife the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, began his visit to Stornoway by the Royal National Mod, the most important language Scottish Gaelic festival, held this year from 14 to 22 October. The father of Princes William and Harry has attended several performances, including the Highland dancing, and presented an award on the teaching of Gaelic language.

Charles sealed a whiskey barrel stamped "Lord of the Isles'

The heir to the British throne was then expected to Tarbert to inaugurate a new distillery, creative links with the local community and provides employment on the island. Charles visited the site where stands an impressive still and sealed a barrel stamped "Lord of the Isles". Single malt whiskey in it will age before being bottled. Which, numbering 300, will then be auctioned to benefit a charity of his choice.

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