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Who is the man holding the crown?

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JoseRuiz

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Merci JoseRuiz, je ne suis pas perturbée, j'ai pris cela pour un jeu… on peut bien poser des questions de distraction…

sur wikipedia français, j'ai trouvé "L'Iron Bridge est le premier grand pont métallique construit dans le monde. Il franchit le fleuve Severn au niveau de la vallée d'Ironbridge, dans laquelle sont situés les villages d'Ironbridge et de Coalbrookdale, dans le Shropshire, Angleterre (environ 60 km au nord-ouest de Birmingham).
D'une portée de 30,60 m, le pont pèse 384 tonnes."
english version "The Iron Bridge is a bridge that crosses the River Severn in Shropshire, England. Opened in 1781, it was the first major bridge in the world to be made of cast iron, and was greatly celebrated after construction owing to its use of the new material."
< https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Iron_Bridge >
La question devait être pour CoffeJohn donc !

That's right. Indeed, the subject of my question is a small tribute to Coffejohn. I think that his contribution to this forum deserve it.

But the question is also a sign that although UK leaves the EU, some Europeans (even the most unionists as me) we count and we will count on them, hoping to change their opinion on their contribution to European history current.

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Spain honours Ladino language of Jewish exiles.

Royal academy sets up Judeo-Spanish branch dedicated to preserving language spoken by people expelled 500 years ago.

The director of the RAE, Darío Villanueva, described Judeo-Spanish as “an extraordinarily important cultural and historical phenomenon” that was overdue an academy of its own.

“The Jews who were expelled in 1492 dispersed around Europe and the Americas, taking with them the Spanish language as it was spoken at the time of their expulsion,” he told the Guardian.

“All of this has been miraculously preserved over the centuries. There’s literature, folklore, translations of the Bible and even modern newspapers written in Ladino.”

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/aug/01/spain-honours-ladino-language-of-jewish-exiles

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L'an dernier j'avais écouté un concert de musique vocale de chants judéo-chrétiens, il doit y avoir une résurgence. Cela ajoute à la diversité de notre paysage culturel.