Gallia Aquitania (Latin pronunciation: [ˈɡalːia akʷiːˈtaːnia] ), also known as Aquitaine or Aquitaine Gaul, was a province of the Roman Empire.
Statistics. These statistics are derived from NRP Bonsor, North Atlantic Seaway, 5 vols, David & Charles, 1975-80. Cunard is covered in volume 1.
The stately Aquitania seen in port profile. This view shows off her clean lines and long bow. She was a unique and beautiful creation, the ultimate expression of the ...
Aquitaine (English / ... Ancient history. There are traces of human settlement by prehistoric peoples, especially in the Périgord, ...
Aquitania. To combat the highly luxurious liners of the White Star Line, including Olympic and Titanic, Cunard commissioned the construction of a new transatlantic liner.
Aquitania. With a long and illustrious career – spanning the two World Wars – Aquitania was the longest serving ship in the Cunard fleet and was a favorite among ...
In 1984 Bruno Prats and Paul Pontallier well known Agronomists and winemakers in the region of Bordeaux, France, start looking in Chile for a high quality terroir to ...
Aquitania for iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac & PC! Take an unforgettable trip into a forgotten time and explore the mythical and gorgeous land of Aquitania.!
Welcome to the magic world of Aquitania! Peaceful kingdom with kind inhabitants which used to be the most beautiful place is now suffering from evil wizards and ...
Aquitania, Cunard Line , history and description, built 1913 at Glasgow by John Brown & Co. Ltd.