Tereza Švorcová

Tereza Švorcová

Tereza Švorcová
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"I am a woman who enjoys herself very much; sometimes I lose, sometimes I win."   Mata Hari

"I am a woman who enjoys herself very much; sometimes I lose, sometimes I win." Mata Hari

Mata Hari in costume in Paris 1910

Mata Hari in costume in Paris 1910

Margaretha Geertruida "Margreet" MacLeod (Aug 07, 1876 - Oct 15, 1917), better known by the stage name Mata Hari, was a Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan who was convicted of being a spy for Germany during World War I and executed by firing squad in France.

Margaretha Geertruida "Margreet" MacLeod (Aug 07, 1876 - Oct 15, 1917), better known by the stage name Mata Hari, was a Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan who was convicted of being a spy for Germany during World War I and executed by firing squad in France.

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Vilma Banky ) Vilma Bánky in 1927    Born Vilma Koncsics January 9, 1901 Nagydorog, Tolna County, Austria-Hungary (present-day Nagydorog, Republic of Hungary)   Died March 18, 1991 (aged 90) Los Angeles, California, U.S.   Occupation Actress   Years active 1919–1933   Spouse(s) Rod La Rocque (m. 1927–69) (his death

Vilma Banky ) Vilma Bánky in 1927 Born Vilma Koncsics January 9, 1901 Nagydorog, Tolna County, Austria-Hungary (present-day Nagydorog, Republic of Hungary) Died March 18, 1991 (aged 90) Los Angeles, California, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1919–1933 Spouse(s) Rod La Rocque (m. 1927–69) (his death

Edita Vilkeviciute, Roy Lichtenstein, Peggy Moffit, Man Ray, Sølve Sundsbø, Madame Germany, May 2010, MashUp

Edita Vilkeviciute, Roy Lichtenstein, Peggy Moffit, Man Ray, Sølve Sundsbø, Madame Germany, May 2010, MashUp

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Naasut tiara by Nicholas Appel using diamonds, and gold from melted down gold coins. Made in Greenland during the International Polar Year.  The tiara can be broken down into five brooches.

Naasut tiara by Nicholas Appel using diamonds, and gold from melted down gold coins. Made in Greenland during the International Polar Year. The tiara can be broken down into five brooches.

Queen Alia's Cartier Tiara:  Queen Alia with her husband, King Hussein of Jordan. Alia was Hussein's third wife; his first two marriages ended in divorce. King Hussein gave Alia this stunning diamond tiara from Cartier. When Alia tragically died in a helicopter crash in 1977, the tiara passed to her daughter, Princess Haya, who is now married to the Sheikh of Dubai. Princess Haya has frequently loaned the tiara to Queen Rania.

Queen Alia's Cartier Tiara: Queen Alia with her husband, King Hussein of Jordan. Alia was Hussein's third wife; his first two marriages ended in divorce. King Hussein gave Alia this stunning diamond tiara from Cartier. When Alia tragically died in a helicopter crash in 1977, the tiara passed to her daughter, Princess Haya, who is now married to the Sheikh of Dubai. Princess Haya has frequently loaned the tiara to Queen Rania.

Fantasy | Magical | Fairytale | Surreal | Enchanting | Mystical | Myths | Legends | Stories | Dreams | Adventures |

Fantasy | Magical | Fairytale | Surreal | Enchanting | Mystical | Myths | Legends | Stories | Dreams | Adventures |