Taking into account that proof of evident ‘homologous chromosome triangulation’, we know that Manuel Stuart had a matrilineal ancestry in Breslau (Silesia, central Europe). The family of the Stuarts of Corsica is directly linked to the Klose family – notably, Karl Ludwig Klose, who wrote a biography concerning Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1845), and also the Corsican leader Pasquale Paoli (1853). In 1740, Ulysse Maximillian Brown was the governor of Breslau.
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Chestnut season invites you to choose from the many varieties of products, without forgetting to indulge in fresh chestnuts of course and of course the annual fair held in Bocognano (Bucugna).
There is also a selection of fairs/festivals offered during this season, and here I refer to fig, honey, medieval fairs etc., trimmed with film festivals along the way, for those wishing to remain connected.
Outdoor activities include being by the sea, and yet a short distance from the moun...
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An interesting choice from Topito recently caught my attention : Thanks to Corsicans !
2) Perfume : François Coty created his factory on the eve of WW1, and became No.1 worldwide.
3) The FBI : Created in 1908, by Charles Joseph Bonaparte – Napoléon’s grandnephew !
4) The discovery of America ! Christopher Columbus who discovered it, was supposedly born in Calvi (north of Corsica).
5) Roquefort cheese : Legend says, a Corsican shepherd forgot his bag, a...