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    palace
  • A large, splendid house

  • a large and stately mansion

  • a large ornate exhibition hall

  • the governing group of a kingdom; "the palace issued an order binding on all subjects"

  • The official residence of a sovereign, archbishop, bishop, or other exalted person





    rugs
  • (Rug) Rhug (normally Y Rug in Welsh; sometimes given the antiquarian spelling Rug) is a township in the parish of Corwen, Denbighshire, Wales, formerly in the old cantref of Edeirnion and later a part of Merionethshire, two miles from CorwenRug Chapel and ten miles north east of Bala.

  • A floor covering of shaggy or woven material, typically not extending over the entire floor

  • A small carpet woven in a pattern of colors, typically by hand in a traditional style

  • A thick woolen coverlet or wrap, used esp. when traveling

  • (rug) floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)

  • (Rug (animal covering)) A rug (UK), blanket(Equine and other livestock, US), or coat (canine and other companion animals, US) is a covering or garment made by humans to protect their pets from the elements, as in a horse rug or dog coat.











palace rugs - Nourison Rug




Nourison Rug Versailles Palace Area Rug, Beige


Nourison Rug Versailles Palace Area Rug, Beige



The serenely elegant designs of this collection were inspired by the 18th Century French carpets that first brought Persian and Oriental rug motifs to the royal courts of Europe. Yarns for these distinctive carpets are spun exclusively from the highest quality wool. A hand-tufted construction of extraordinary density creates a tight, luxurious pile that is a pleasure to both the eye and the touch. Delicate accents of hand-carving highlight the contours of each design to enhance a look of rare subtlety and refinement.










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THE HAGUE: THE PEACE PALACE




THE HAGUE: THE PEACE PALACE





The Peace Palace ("Vredespaleis" in Dutch), situated in The Hague, Netherlands, is often called the seat of international law because it houses the International Court of Justice (which is the principal judicial body of the United Nations), the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the Hague Academy of International Law, and the extensive Peace Palace Library.

In addition to hosting these institutions, the Palace is also a regular venue for special events in international policy and law
The idea of the Palace started from a discussion in 1900 between the Russian diplomat Friedrich Martens and the American diplomat Andrew White, over providing a home for the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), which was established through the first Hague Peace Conference in 1899. White contacted his friend and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie about this idea. Carnegie had his reservations, and at first was only interested in donating money for the establishment of a Library of International Law. White however was able to convince Carnegie, and in 1903 Carnegie agreed to donating 1.5 million dollars needed for a Peace Temple that would house the PCA as well as to endow it with a library of international law. In first instance Carnegie simply wanted to donate the money directly to the Dutch Queen, Wilhelmina of the Netherlands for the building of the palace, but legal problems prohibited this, and in November 1903 the Carnegie Stichting (Carnegie Foundation) was founded in order to manage the construction, ownership, and maintenance of the Palace. This foundation is still responsible for these issues at present date.

To find a suitable design, the foundation called for an open international competition. The winning design, set in the Neo-Renaissance style, was submitted by French architect Louis M. Cordonnier. In order to build within the budget the design was adjusted by Cordonnier and his Dutch associate Van der Steur. The palace initially had two big bell towers in front and two small ones in the back. Only one big tower and one small tower remained in the final building. Also in order to save money the separate library building from the winning design was incorporated in the Palace itself. The grounds were designed by Thomas Hayton Mawson, who also had to discard some fountains and sculptures in order to fit the budget.

The Palace is filled with many gifts of the different nations who attended the Second Hague Conference as a sign of their support. Among the gifts are a 3200 kilo vase from Russia, doors from Belgium, marble from Italy, a fountain from Denmark, wall carpets from Japan, the clock for the clock tower from Switzerland, persian rugs from Iran and wood from Indonesia and the United States of America. The palace also features a number of statues, busts and portraits of prominent peace campaigners from around the world and of all eras.

In 1907 the first stone was symbolically placed during the Second Hague Conference. The construction began some months later and was completed with an inauguration ceremony on 28 August 1913, attended by, among others, Andrew Carnegie.

In 1999 an eternal peace flame was installed in front of its gates.

In 2007, Queen Beatrix opened the new building for the Peace Palace Library of International Law, housing the entire catalogue of the library, a lecture hall and a new reading room in the bridge to the main building of the Peace Palace. {WIKIPEDIA)











Holy Relics Topkapi Palace




Holy Relics Topkapi Palace





The Holy Relics of Islam brought from Egypt early in the 16th century after the capture of that land by the Ottoman Empire have since then kept inside a sanctuary in the Topkapi Palace.The conquest of Egypt had passed the title of Caliph Sultans,thus increasing the power of the Ottoman throne.The Holy Relics that served in part as the symbols of Ottoman power include personal articles and garments of the Prophet MOHAMMED (S.A.),one of the oldest manuscript copies of the QURAN and the keys KAABA.Apart from their religious signifiance,all these items also are prominent Works of art. Most interesting Relics are :
The Holy Mantle
The Honored Standard
First Manuscripts of Quranic Verses
The Letters Of Prophet Muhammad
The Sacred Seal
The sacred Strands of Hair
The Prophet's Footprint
The Sacred Sandals
The Bow Of the Prophet
The Holy Tooth
The staff Of Prophet Muhammad
The staff Of Moses
The Cooking Vessel Of The Prophet Abraham
The Turban of the Prophet Joseph
The Prophet John's (John the Baptist) Forearm and a Fragment Of His Skull
The Keys and Locks of the Kaba
The water Bag used during the restoration of the Tomb of the Prophet
Covers Of Kaba and the tomb of the prophet
Soil form the Grave of Prophet Muhammad
The Prayer Rug and Bridal Veil of Fatimah al-Zahra
The scarf of Aisha bint Abu Bakr
Sword Of The Prophet
Sword Of Abu bakr al-Siddiq
Sword Of Umar ibn al-Khattab
Sword Of Uthman ibn Affan
Sword Of Ali ibn Abu Talib
A Piece of a Mantle Attributed to Husayn ibn Ali
A Piece of Earth from Karbala









palace rugs








palace rugs




Taj Palace Slate / Sage Allover Kashan Oriental Rug Size: 5' x 8'






TAJ87385X8 Size: 5' x 8' Hand made oriental rug Feel the plush luxuries underfoot as you step onto the majestic oriental rugs of the Taj Palace Collection. Hand-tufted in India of a New Zealand wool blend, these rugs combine elegant traditional designs, a trendy color palette and a plush pile, all sure to create everlasting richness in your home. -Hand-tufted in India of a New Zealand wool blend -Elegant designs -Trendy color palette and a plush pile Taj Palace Beige and Brown Sarouk Rug pictured left Features: -Construction: Handmade. -Technique: Tufted. -Material: 100pct New Zealand wool blend. -Origin: India. -Collection: Taj Palace. -Color: Slate, sage. -Cotton backing. -Pile height: 0.5''. -Warranty length: 1 year. -Available in the following sizes:. -30'' x 50''. -2'6'' x 8' runner. -3'6'' x 5'6''. -5' round. -5' x 8'. -8' x 11'. -9'3'' x 13'3''. Note: Please be aware that actual colors may vary from those shown on your screen. Accent rugs may also not show the entire pattern that the corresponding area rugs have. Additionally, rugs 8' x 10' and larger may ship Truck Freight.










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