The Royal Prince William and Kate Wedding Ceremony Plan and Reality

 

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the common people act like Prince willian and Kate Middleton above, and the reality look below (please wait on april,29th ,only two days be patien please)

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1.The wedding ceremony Plan

(1)The wedding ceremony to be held in Wesminster Abbey.

Their love story began in St. Andrews University when they were students. Now, everything will be settled for this century’s much awaited wedding ceremony to be held in Westminster Abbey which is a bigger venue than past traditional royal weddings.

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His parent merried at St Paul Church

and Prince William and Kate Middleton in reality look below (Please be patient for waiting two daysore)

Miss Middleton will pass by the Abbey by car instead of the traditional glass carriage which is a mark for this kind of event. 

Kate Middleton to use car damaged in student riots
Britain's Prince William and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton arrive at George Best Belfast City Airport for a a one-day visit to Northern Ireland earlier this month. Kate will travel to her wedding in a Rolls Royce limousine that was damaged when student protesters attacked Prince Charles and his wife Camilla in December, royal officials have said.

Britain’s Prince William and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton arrive at George Best Belfast City Airport for a a one-day visit to Northern Ireland earlier this month. Kate will travel to her wedding in a Rolls Royce limousine that was damaged when student protesters attacked Prince Charles and his wife Camilla in December, royal officials have said.
A broken window and splattered paint are pictured on a car used to transport Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall to the London Palladium in London, on December 9, 2010, after it was attacked by protestors during a student demonstration. Kate Middleton will travel to her wedding in the Rolls Royce limousine damaged during the riots, royal officials said.

A broken window and splattered paint are pictured on a car used to transport Britain’s Prince Charles and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall to the London Palladium in London, on December 9, 2010, after it was attacked by protestors during a student demonstration. Kate Middleton will travel to her wedding in the Rolls Royce limousine damaged during the riots, royal officials said.
Carriage Restorer Dave Evans cleans the Glass Coach at the Royal Mews in central London. The coach, which was built in 1881, will be used to carry Prince William and Kate Middleton in the event of bad weather on their wedding day, April 29.

Carriage Restorer Dave Evans cleans the Glass Coach at the Royal Mews in central London. The coach, which was built in 1881, will be used to carry Prince William and Kate Middleton in the event of bad weather on their wedding day, April 29.

AFP – Kate Middleton will travel to her wedding in a Rolls Royce limousine that was damaged when student protesters attacked Prince Charles and his wife Camilla in December, royal officials have said.

Staff are repairing the claret-coloured 1977 Phantom VI after it was spattered with white paint and had a rear window badly cracked by rioters opposed to government plans to raise university fees.

“It’s not extensive, it’s just minor damage following the incident before Christmas, it will be ready in time,” said Colonel Toby Browne, who runs the Royal Mews which looks after royal horses, vehicles and drivers.

Kate is marrying Prince William — Prince Charles’ son and the second-in-line to the throne — in London’s Westminster Abbey on April 29 in Britain’s biggest royal wedding for 30 years.

Browne added: “One of the problems (is) it’s such a special car there are details that have to be reproduced and are not available off the shelf.”

“The claret paint is specific to (all royal) cars and certain bits of glass had to be made, but it’s really a minor detail you won’t notice.”

Charles and Camilla, his second wife, were unhurt in the assault on the car on December 9, which prompted a high-level security review.

Meanwhile many royal watchers may be hoping for rain at the wedding and the appearance of a famed horse-drawn bridal carriage used by William’s mother Diana.

The Glass Coach, which carried Diana to her 1981 wedding to Charles in St Paul’s Cathedral, will only be used in the event of wet weather for the couple’s journey from the abbey to Buckingham Palace.

If conditions are fair an open-topped gold 1902 State Landau coach will be used instead. It was used to carry Charles to the wedding 30 years ago and then to take the newlywed couple back to Buckingham Palace.

“This was the carriage that Diana and Sarah Ferguson used to go from Clarence House to their churches,” Martin Oates, senior carriage restorer, said of the Glass Coach.

“Because we’re only doing one way this year, we won’t be actually using it as what they class as the bridal carriage, but this is the carriage that everybody wants to see,” he added.

The glass carriage, weighing almost one tonne, was originally designed as a sheriff’s town coach when it was built by Peters and Sons in 1881. It came into royal hands when it was purchased for George V’s coronation in 1911.

The ceremony will begin at 1100 BST to be led by Archbishop of Canterbury to marry the couple;

 Dean of Westminster to lead the event;

 and the Bishop of London to give the address.

Prince William and Miss Middleton will go back at the Buckingham Palace by glass carriage passing by The Mall, Parliament Square, Horse Guards Parade, and Whitehall.

(2) In details released on Wednesday,St James Palace revealed the basic structure of the wedding.

(a) Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car rather than Glass carriage(this break the tradition.) ,Price william Mother  travel by Class carrier look below

and Miss Kate in reality by Car look below (please waiting two days more)

via The Mall

,Horse Guards

 and Parliament Square.

(b) The Ceremony will begin at 11.00 BST

(c) The Dean of Wesminster will conduct the service, the Archbishop of Cantebury will marry William and Kate address.at Westminter Abbey

(d) After the service the couple will travel in a glass carriage procession  to Buckingham Palace

 along the same route taken earlier by Miss Middleton.There will then be a reception,hosted by the queen,for gueat from the congregation, representing the couple’s official and privateslives.

(e) in the evening the prince of Wales will host a private dinner

 at Buckingham Palace

 followed by dancing for couples plus closed friends and family.

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Only 1,900 individuals had been really invited to the Royal Wedding. 600 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by the Queen, and 300 men and women are invited to a reception hosted by the father of the groom, Prince Charles. The rest of the world will likely be glued to their televisions watching the wedding in real time. If you miss the wedding due to time zone conflicts, you can make sure that replays of the royal wedding video will be offered for your enjoyment on the internet.

It is not often that a real Prince and Princess gets married. This genuinely seems like a fairy tale come accurate, and we sincerely hope that William and Kate live happily ever after. The world thought that Diana and Charles would be happy forever, and we all know how that turned out. Let us hope and pray that they will love 1 yet another, be faithful to one another, and have several years of joy together. We’re eager to see the next generation of royalty, as they’re positive to be excellent looking little young children!

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The market is flooded with books and guides about how to plan a wedding. These books are great if you have the money to spend on them, and you have an unlimited budget. If you are a bride that does not quite fit the traditional mold, or if you just like to do things your own way, you may want to make your own wedding planning book.

Wedding planning is not a complicated process, but it is time-consuming and requires you to wade through and process a great deal of information. Keeping the information organized and in one place is essential. Certain books on the market promise to help you with this task, but I found them to be expensive and not organized the way that I thought would be helpful to me. After being disappointed by commercial wedding planning books, I decided to make my own wedding planning book.

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 An ordinary three-ring binder and divided the binder into several sections. The sections are labeled in bright construction paper and tabbed., could even use your wedding colors. At the front of the binder which made a section for  a list ofor the wedding ceremony, reception, and honeymoon and the total dollar amount estimated each one would cost. .

The Royal Buckingham Palace had made an agreement with a vendor for  wedding ceremony or reception and put a copy of the contract in the binder. wedding party ideas wedding party ideas

The wedding planner had interviewed a number of vendors in order for kept information in a section called “Reception.” When I chose a vendor with the different packages offered, the additional items offered by the site, and ideas for the options we were considering at the reception location.

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 also had sections for florists, the rehearsal dinner, wedding party gifts, bridesmaid dresses, party favors, and invitations. also the plan for royal wedding,  will get ideas for other items as well, like engraved flutes for your first toast, cake servers, ring pillows, candle pillars, and other odds like add royal  own sections for things they think are important. For instance, add pockets to keep cards of the vendors you and ,extra pages to jot notes when the planner  visit vendors, or pictures of the dresses, flowers, or cakes you see in magazines or while you are out shopping that you like. You can even take the book with you to bridal fairs to store your ideas in as you go. The beauty of being the royal own wedding planner and creating your own wedding planning book is that the options are limitless.

2.The Wedding Planner: Happy birthday, Your Majesty!

 

 

Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Royal Maundy Day Service at Westminster Abbey, April 21, 2011, in London.(Credit: Getty)

(CBS) CBS News royals contributor Victoria Arbiter, reporting from London, will be giving CBSNews.com readers daily updates on plans for the April 29 royal wedding. 

Her Majesty, the Queen,  turns 85 Thursday and her birthday kicks off what promises to be a spectacular 10 days for the royal family and the country as a whole.

It’s incredible to think that of the Queen’s 85 years, 59 have been spent as our reigning monarch. That’s especially impressive when you consider that at the time of her birth, she wasn’t destined for the throne.

The Queen has remained the one constant throughout her family’s trials and tribulations, and generally the British are fiercely loyal and proud of her. She consistently demonstrates the very best of the British from her stoicism to her dedication to her country, and we are all the better for having her.

There are, of course, the naysayers who think we should get rid of the monarchy but I just can’t imagine a Britain without them. The anti-monarchists quibble about the expense to the taxpayer and yet the royal family only costs each individual about a $1 a year. Most people have more than that between their sofa cushions. Our royals represent a vibrant and staggering history and I firmly believe that they are as relevant today as they were 1,000 years ago.

Since arriving in England, I have had the good fortune to see the Queen drive by on several occasions, always in a green Jaguar, and each time I have felt awe-inspired by even a brief glimpse. I can’t wait to see her lead her family out onto the balcony at Buckingham Palace on April 29 to celebrate William and Kate’s marriage.

It’s been a long time since the Queen has had the opportunity to see an adoring crowd at the gates to the palace. Although the people will be there for the wedding, I can guarantee that the cheers will boom when the public lays eyes on the Queen. How joyous it will be for her to look out over her people and see the flags being waved with vigorous enthusiasm.

William and Kate’s wedding has brought a much needed boost of optimism to the royal family and it couldn’t be coming at a better time. What a glorious birthday gift to the Queen. So on behalf of all of us, happy birthday, Ma’am, and God Save the Queen!

Until next time, royalphiles, keep calm and carry on.

2a.The royal prince of wales and diana wedding ceremony invitation

3.Prince William and Kate’s Royal Wedding Invitation

 

Prince William and Kate’s Royal Wedding Invitation

Prince William and Kate's Royal Wedding Invitation

1,900 people received their invitations to the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at London’s Westminster Abbey on April 29. The heavy card bearing the engraved gold insignia of the Queen of England was delivered to various VIPs from kings to charity leaders, close family and university friends, old schoolmates and prime ministers around the world, People reports. The edges of the card, which is about 10 in. by 6 in., are beveled and then gilded. The simple wording reads that the Lord Chamberlain has been “commanded by the Queen” to invite the holder to the ceremony. Guests are asked to wear military uniform, a morning coat or a “lounge” suit. 600 of the 1,900 invitees have also been invited by the Queen to a reception immediately following the ceremony, and 300 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by William’s father, Prince Charles.

Nearly 2,000 to get royal wedding invite

Nearly 2,000 to get royal wedding invite

Prince William and Kate Middleton have invited 1,900 guests to their wedding in April, palace officials say, filling Westminster Abbey with a vast array of royals, diplomats, family and friends.

Gilded invitations issued in the name of Queen Elizabeth II were sent out by post on Wednesday and Thursday, with the monarch’s EIIR cypher die-stamped in gold.

When the couple became engaged in November, Kate said that marrying into the royal family was ‘quite a daunting prospect’ — and the list of dignitaries who will be attending the wedding ceremony on April 29 is nothing if not daunting.

In a reflection of William’s position as second in line to the British throne, the list includes foreign leaders, church officials, diplomats, royals from across the world as well as their own friends and family.

However, not everyone will get to attend the party after the church service — only about 600 people have been invited to a lunchtime reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the queen.

An even more select group of 300 has been invited to dinner followed by dancing hosted by William’s father Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.

Although palace officials declined to name individual guests, they revealed that more than 1,000 will be drawn from William and Kate’s family and friends, including most likely friends from St Andrews university, where the couple met.

About 50 members of the British royal family have been invited — although it emerged this weekend that the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, is not among them — in addition to 40 members of foreign royal families.

A further 80 guests will be drawn from Prince William’s charities, which include homelessness charity Centrepoint, the Tusk Trust conservation charity and the Royal Marsden Hospital, where his late mother Diana was also a patron.

Then there will be 200 members of government, parliament and the diplomatic corps, as well as 60 governors-general and prime ministers from Commonwealth countries, and 30 members of the British military.

The special guest which attend the wedding ceremony :

 Prince William & Kate’s Wedding attend by President  Obama ?

What else could explain the snobby snub of President Obama and First lady Michelle? I don’t care how much William and Kate Middleton want to have more of a “people’s wedding.” I don’t care that William’s not a sovereign or a direct heir to the throne. I don’t care that the wedding will be smaller and less ostentatious than Prince Charles‘ wedding to Princess Diana.

None of that, in my opinion, can excuse the biggest potential rift between Great Britain and the U.S. since, well, the War of Independence!

I mean come on William- your St. James Palace spokesman said “it is certainly not the case that all foreign heads of the state will be excluded. The guest list is still being drawn up and could change, but as things stand it’s right (to say the Obamas will not be invited).”

Ewww! That’s a double diss. You and Kate will find room for other heads of state like French President Nicholas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni, but not the President of The United States???

Why are they more worthy? Are you afraid that they’ll chunnel into Westminister Abbey no matter what? Do you not realize that the U.S. is Great Britain’s biggest ally? Don’t you remember William how your mother Princess Diana loved coming to America because she felt more free here?

Or is this payback for Michelle Obama breaking with precedent and hugging the Queen on her first visit to England? Are you afraid that The First Lady might get to touchy, feely again?

Or is this finally an even bigger diss, a more historic payback for America breaking free of Great Britain’s sovereignty? William- have you secretly been really pissed off that America is no longer part of your kingdom?

Prince William and Kate Middleton, I urge you to rethink and redraw your guest list. You can still have lots of charity workers attend your wedding. Surely there’s some duke or dutchess that can be cut. It’s only two seats!

But they are the two most important seats that need to be filled by our President and our First Lady. Snub them and you snub 310 million of us

The Beckhams and Elton John to attend the royal wedding

 

They’re considered the King and Queen of soccer so it’s no surprise that David and Victoria Beckham have received their official invite to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s April 29 wedding. Wills, who is the president of the English Football Association, became friends with Becks when England lost the bid to host the 2018 World Cup, while Victoria has previously revealed that she would send over some of her dresses for the future princess to wear.

The highly-anticipated wedding will take place at London’s Westminster Abbey followed by a lavish lunchtime buffet for 600 people at Buckingham Palace. However, David and Victoria unfortunately were not one of the 300 to be exclusively invited to the following dinner dance hosted by Prince Charles.

1900 guests have been invited to the wedding ceremony and courtiers have revealed that there a “small number” of A-list stars will be seated alongside more than 1000 friends and family and 80 charity workers to reflect the prince’s “fairly ordinary life” living in North Wales.
Notably absent from the royal guest-list are US President Barack Obama and his wife and Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife. Prince William recently revealed that his brother Prince Harry will be the best man, while Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton, will be the Maid of Honour.

Elton John and the crown prince of Bahrain will attewnd the  wedding ceremony.

 

Marriage lottery: 100 winners to attend Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding

 

Very much in charge . . . Prince William and his fiances.Prince William and Kate Middleton will welcome 100 strangers to their wedding. Photo: AP

One hundred ordinary people will reportedly attend the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton with royal officials conducting a lottery to determine who is invited.

Britain’s Sun newspaper said those lucky enough to secure an invite would only find out when it dropped into their letterbox.

The paper said Buckingham Palace is planning a number of festivities around the April 29 wedding including a rock concert and street parties.

 

4.The prince William Kate wedding Gown

Prince William to Wear Military Uniform for Royal Wedding

 
Prince William is expected to follow royal tradition and marry in military dress like his father Prince Charles and uncle Prince Andrew.His RAF uniform will be most likely be the military uniform selected. Savile Row tailors Gieves & Hawkes, who supplies suits to the royal family, is said to be chosen to make Prince William’s outfit. The starting price for a Gieves & Hawkes RAF uniform is £2,800, can take up to ten weeks to make.
The prince’s father and grandfather, the Prince of Wales and Duke of Edinburgh respectively both wore
Royal Navy dress on their royal wedding. Prince William is an RAF officer serving as a helicopter pilot with the Search and Rescue Force (Sarf).

William is a Knight of the Order of the Garter and on his wedding day is likely to wear the Order’s blue sash, with its attached badge, and star. He will be expected to wear his Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal.
There is still no word on who will be doing Kate Middleton’s wedding dress.The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be on April 29, 2011at London’s Westminster Abbey.
 Prince Charles wore  his Royal Navy uniform to marry Diana in 1981

Now we can officially start discussing, naturally with breathless anticipation, the impending Royal Wedding! First up: What should she wear? We’ve already asked top wedding dress designers to come up with an original design for Kate Middleton, in a Project Princess face-off. Here are the results.

The Big Players
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British Favorites
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American Classics
From left: Melissa Sweet, Priscilla of Boston

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The Bride hand Flower

3.Miss Kate Middleton at night before wedding ceremony stay at London Hotel suite.

Royal bedding – where Kate will stay before the wedding

Exclusive footage of the London hotel suite where royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton will sleep before her big day

4.Prince William And Kate Middleton Plan Cheap Honeymoon

Prince William and Kate Middleton are expected to take a cheap honeymoon in recognition of the current economic climate. It’s been reported that the couple has made a shortlist of British destinations, with the Scilly Isles tipped as their honeymoon of choice.

Beach scene, Isles Of Scilly

The last time Prince William went to the isles on holiday, it was 1989, and he was with his father Prince Charles, mother Princess Diana and brother Prince Harry. He was only 7 years old at the time but has fond memories of the place.

It was first believed that the couple would go to Kenya, where the prince proposed to Kate last year. However, a Royal source says that they have been talking about possibly taking their honeymoon somewhere in Britain in respect of recent austerity measures. they are aware that being seen taking a luxury honeymoon wouldn’t look good and send the wrong message. there are several options being considered, which suit their non-lavish tastes. after the attack on Prince Charles and Camilla, his wife, a domestic holiday will also make it easier to be sure they are secure, the insider added, while the final destination they choose won’t be announced.

The news of a domestic holiday destination for the couple’s honeymoon is consistent with the rest of their wedding. Instead of getting wedding gifts from their guests, they are considering asking them to donate to charity. Also, instead of being taken to Westminster Abbey for the ceremony on April 29 by carriage, Kate will be driven in a car.

(3)Prince Harry will become Prince William Bestman

The Royal Wedding Count Down

Pressure On as Wedding Day Draws Near for Prince Will and Kate Middleton

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Pressure On as Wedding Day Draws Near for Prince Will and Kate Middleton

Sitting down with the Archbishop of Canterbury as wedding pressures mount.
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Frame two : Wedding Ceremony Compare plan and reality

1. Prince William Parent and Grandmother Oueen Elizabeth II starting from Buckingham Palace by royal carriage,

his parent wedding in reality

Prince william in reality.please waiting until the wedding day in Aprip,29th.2011.

2.Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car rather than Glass carriage(this break the tradition.) via The Mall

,Horse Guards

 and Parliament Square.

The reality  Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car,please wait on the wedding day.

3. The Ceremony will begin at 11.00 BST

(1) The Dean of Wesminster will conduct the service, the Archbishop of Cantebury will marry William and Kate address.at Westminter Abbey Planning,

(a)his  parent in reality

prince william wedding in Reality,please waiting on the wedding day.

(d) Planning after the service the couple will travel in a glass carriage procession  to Buckingham Palace,

His father in reality:

Prince william in reality,please waiting until the wedding day.

 along the same route taken earlier by Miss Middleton.There will then be a reception,

hosted by the queen,for gueat from the congregation, representing the couple’s official and privateslives.

reality

(e) in the evening the prince of Wales will host a private dinner paln and reality

planning

 at Buckingham Palace

 followed by dancing for couples plus closed friends and family.

reality:

planning :

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Only 1,900 individuals had been really invited to the Royal Wedding. 600 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by the Queen, and 300 men and women are invited to a reception hosted by the father of the groom, Prince Charles. The rest of the world will likely be glued to their televisions watching the wedding in real time. If you miss the wedding due to time zone conflicts, you can make sure that replays of the royal wedding video will be offered for your enjoyment on the internet.

It is not often that a real Prince and Princess gets married. This genuinely seems like a fairy tale come accurate, and we sincerely hope that William and Kate live happily ever after. The world thought that Diana and Charles would be happy forever, and we all know how that turned out. Let us hope and pray that they will love 1 yet another, be faithful to one another, and have several years of joy together. We’re eager to see the next generation of royalty, as they’re positive to be excellent looking little young children!

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 reality :

Wedding Party Stories and reality

Story fiction:

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The market is flooded with books and guides about how to plan a wedding. These books are great if you have the money to spend on them, and you have an unlimited budget. If you are a bride that does not quite fit the traditional mold, or if you just like to do things your own way, you may want to make your own wedding planning book.

Wedding planning is not a complicated process, but it is time-consuming and requires you to wade through and process a great deal of information. Keeping the information organized and in one place is essential. Certain books on the market promise to help you with this task, but I found them to be expensive and not organized the way that I thought would be helpful to me. After being disappointed by commercial wedding planning books, I decided to make my own wedding planning book.

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I took an ordinary three-ring binder and divided the binder into several sections. The sections are labeled in bright construction paper and tabbed. If you already have your theme picked for your wedding, you could even use your wedding colors. At the front of my binder, I made a section for my budget, where I kept a list of everything I wanted for the wedding ceremony, reception, and honeymoon and the total dollar amount I estimated each one would cost. At the top of the page, I put my wedding planning budget in big, bold numbers so that I would always have it in mind while shopping. I also kept notes in this section about when vendor payments would be due when I made the payments.

The next section in my wedding planning book was for contracts. Each time I made an agreement with a vendor for my wedding ceremony or reception I put a copy of the contract in the binder. If I made any changes to the contract, such as special requests or add-ons, I put the contract addendum into the contracts section. If a question came up about what was promised, I had an easy place to look in my wedding planning book.

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The next sections in my binder were either for a particular vendor that I chose or ideas for items that I was still looking for. For instance, when I chose our reception site, I interviewed a number of vendors. For each vendor, I kept information in a section called “Reception.” When I chose a vendor, I added a new section under that vendor’s name with the different packages offered, the additional items offered by the site, and ideas for the options we were considering at the reception location.

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I also had sections for florists, the rehearsal dinner, wedding party gifts, bridesmaid dresses, party favors, and invitations. As you plan for your wedding, you will get ideas for other items as well, like engraved flutes for your first toast, cake servers, ring pillows, candle pillars, and other odds and ends.

You may want to add your own sections for things you think are important. For instance, you can add pockets to keep cards of the vendors you are considering, extra pages to jot notes when you visit vendors, or pictures of the dresses, flowers, or cakes you see in magazines or while you are out shopping that you like. You can even take the book with you to bridal fairs to store your ideas in as you go. The beauty of being your own wedding planner and creating your own wedding planning book is that the options are limitless.

Reality :

Frame three:Honeymoon

His parent Honeymoon in reality

Prince William Honeymoon in reality

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The Royal Prince William Before Wedding Art Photography

 

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Frame One :

During Baby

Frame Two:

During Children

Frame Three

During His Father and mother Crisis

 

Frame Four:

During His mother Passed Away and Buckingham Palace burn

Frame Five :

During Young Man

Frame Six:

 Frame Seven :

During joint the Navy Task Force

During His Father Merried His Step mother

Frame Eight :

 During First Met His Fiance Kate Middleton

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The Royal Prince William Wedding Ceremony Plan and His Parent in Reality

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

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 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

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    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

     WELCOME TO THE MAIN HALL OF FREEDOM               

  SELAMAT DATANG DI GEDUNG UTAMA “MERDEKA

Showroom :

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

 

                    Please Enter

                   

              DIC SHOWROOM

(Driwan Icon  Cybermuseum)

Showcase:

The Royal Prince William Wedding and Honeymoon Art Photography Collection

 
 

Frame One :

1.The wedding ceremony Plan

(1)The wedding ceremony to be held in Wesminster Abbey.

Their love story began in St. Andrews University when they were students. Now, everything will be settled for this century’s much awaited wedding ceremony to be held in Westminster Abbey which is a bigger venue than past traditional royal weddings.

Prince William Kate Middleton wedding 1 Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Wedding Plans Revealed

Miss Middleton will pass by the Abbey by car instead of the traditional glass carriage which is a mark for this kind of event. The ceremony will begin at 1100 BST to be led by Archbishop of Canterbury to marry the couple;

 Dean of Westminster to lead the event;

 and the Bishop of London to give the address.

Prince William and Miss Middleton will go back at the Buckingham Palace by glass carriage passing by The Mall, Parliament Square, Horse Guards Parade, and Whitehall.

(2) In details released on Wednesday,St James Palace revealed the basic structure of the wedding.

(a) Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car rather than Glass carriage(this break the tradition.) via The Mall

,Horse Guards

 and Parliament Square.

(b) The Ceremony will begin at 11.00 BST

(c) The Dean of Wesminster will conduct the service, the Archbishop of Cantebury will marry William and Kate address.at Westminter Abbey

(d) After the service the couple will travel in a glass carriage procession  to Buckingham Palace

 along the same route taken earlier by Miss Middleton.There will then be a reception,hosted by the queen,for gueat from the congregation, representing the couple’s official and privateslives.

(e) in the evening the prince of Wales will host a private dinner

 at Buckingham Palace

 followed by dancing for couples plus closed friends and family.

prince william's wedding party prince william’s wedding party

Only 1,900 individuals had been really invited to the Royal Wedding. 600 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by the Queen, and 300 men and women are invited to a reception hosted by the father of the groom, Prince Charles. The rest of the world will likely be glued to their televisions watching the wedding in real time. If you miss the wedding due to time zone conflicts, you can make sure that replays of the royal wedding video will be offered for your enjoyment on the internet.

It is not often that a real Prince and Princess gets married. This genuinely seems like a fairy tale come accurate, and we sincerely hope that William and Kate live happily ever after. The world thought that Diana and Charles would be happy forever, and we all know how that turned out. Let us hope and pray that they will love 1 yet another, be faithful to one another, and have several years of joy together. We’re eager to see the next generation of royalty, as they’re positive to be excellent looking little young children!

prince william's wedding party prince william’s wedding party

 

Wedding Party Stories

Mar 15
wedding party ideaswedding party ideas

The market is flooded with books and guides about how to plan a wedding. These books are great if you have the money to spend on them, and you have an unlimited budget. If you are a bride that does not quite fit the traditional mold, or if you just like to do things your own way, you may want to make your own wedding planning book.

Wedding planning is not a complicated process, but it is time-consuming and requires you to wade through and process a great deal of information. Keeping the information organized and in one place is essential. Certain books on the market promise to help you with this task, but I found them to be expensive and not organized the way that I thought would be helpful to me. After being disappointed by commercial wedding planning books, I decided to make my own wedding planning book.

wedding party ideas wedding party ideas

I took an ordinary three-ring binder and divided the binder into several sections. The sections are labeled in bright construction paper and tabbed. If you already have your theme picked for your wedding, you could even use your wedding colors. At the front of my binder, I made a section for my budget, where I kept a list of everything I wanted for the wedding ceremony, reception, and honeymoon and the total dollar amount I estimated each one would cost. At the top of the page, I put my wedding planning budget in big, bold numbers so that I would always have it in mind while shopping. I also kept notes in this section about when vendor payments would be due when I made the payments.

The next section in my wedding planning book was for contracts. Each time I made an agreement with a vendor for my wedding ceremony or reception I put a copy of the contract in the binder. If I made any changes to the contract, such as special requests or add-ons, I put the contract addendum into the contracts section. If a question came up about what was promised, I had an easy place to look in my wedding planning book.

wedding party ideas wedding party ideas

The next sections in my binder were either for a particular vendor that I chose or ideas for items that I was still looking for. For instance, when I chose our reception site, I interviewed a number of vendors. For each vendor, I kept information in a section called “Reception.” When I chose a vendor, I added a new section under that vendor’s name with the different packages offered, the additional items offered by the site, and ideas for the options we were considering at the reception location.

Wedding party ideasWedding party ideas

I also had sections for florists, the rehearsal dinner, wedding party gifts, bridesmaid dresses, party favors, and invitations. As you plan for your wedding, you will get ideas for other items as well, like engraved flutes for your first toast, cake servers, ring pillows, candle pillars, and other odds and ends.

You may want to add your own sections for things you think are important. For instance, you can add pockets to keep cards of the vendors you are considering, extra pages to jot notes when you visit vendors, or pictures of the dresses, flowers, or cakes you see in magazines or while you are out shopping that you like. You can even take the book with you to bridal fairs to store your ideas in as you go. The beauty of being your own wedding planner and creating your own wedding planning book is that the options are limitless.

2.The Wedding Planner: Happy birthday, Your Majesty!

 

 

Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Royal Maundy Day Service at Westminster Abbey, April 21, 2011, in London.(Credit: Getty)

(CBS) CBS News royals contributor Victoria Arbiter, reporting from London, will be giving CBSNews.com readers daily updates on plans for the April 29 royal wedding. 

Her Majesty, the Queen,  turns 85 Thursday and her birthday kicks off what promises to be a spectacular 10 days for the royal family and the country as a whole.

It’s incredible to think that of the Queen’s 85 years, 59 have been spent as our reigning monarch. That’s especially impressive when you consider that at the time of her birth, she wasn’t destined for the throne.

The Queen has remained the one constant throughout her family’s trials and tribulations, and generally the British are fiercely loyal and proud of her. She consistently demonstrates the very best of the British from her stoicism to her dedication to her country, and we are all the better for having her.

There are, of course, the naysayers who think we should get rid of the monarchy but I just can’t imagine a Britain without them. The anti-monarchists quibble about the expense to the taxpayer and yet the royal family only costs each individual about a $1 a year. Most people have more than that between their sofa cushions. Our royals represent a vibrant and staggering history and I firmly believe that they are as relevant today as they were 1,000 years ago.

Since arriving in England, I have had the good fortune to see the Queen drive by on several occasions, always in a green Jaguar, and each time I have felt awe-inspired by even a brief glimpse. I can’t wait to see her lead her family out onto the balcony at Buckingham Palace on April 29 to celebrate William and Kate’s marriage.

It’s been a long time since the Queen has had the opportunity to see an adoring crowd at the gates to the palace. Although the people will be there for the wedding, I can guarantee that the cheers will boom when the public lays eyes on the Queen. How joyous it will be for her to look out over her people and see the flags being waved with vigorous enthusiasm.

William and Kate’s wedding has brought a much needed boost of optimism to the royal family and it couldn’t be coming at a better time. What a glorious birthday gift to the Queen. So on behalf of all of us, happy birthday, Ma’am, and God Save the Queen!

Until next time, royalphiles, keep calm and carry on.

2a.The royal prince of wales and diana wedding ceremony invitation

3.Prince William and Kate’s Royal Wedding Invitation

 

1,900 people received their invitations to the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at London’s Westminster Abbey on April 29. The heavy card bearing the engraved gold insignia of the Queen of England was delivered to various VIPs from kings to charity leaders, close family and university friends, old schoolmates and prime ministers around the world, People reports. The edges of the card, which is about 10 in. by 6 in., are beveled and then gilded. The simple wording reads that the Lord Chamberlain has been “commanded by the Queen” to invite the holder to the ceremony. Guests are asked to wear military uniform, a morning coat or a “lounge” suit. 600 of the 1,900 invitees have also been invited by the Queen to a reception immediately following the ceremony, and 300 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by William’s father, Prince Charles.

The special guest which attend the wedding ceremony :

 Prince William & Kate’s Wedding attend by President  Obama ?

What else could explain the snobby snub of President Obama and First lady Michelle? I don’t care how much William and Kate Middleton want to have more of a “people’s wedding.” I don’t care that William’s not a sovereign or a direct heir to the throne. I don’t care that the wedding will be smaller and less ostentatious than Prince Charles‘ wedding to Princess Diana.

None of that, in my opinion, can excuse the biggest potential rift between Great Britain and the U.S. since, well, the War of Independence!

I mean come on William- your St. James Palace spokesman said “it is certainly not the case that all foreign heads of the state will be excluded. The guest list is still being drawn up and could change, but as things stand it’s right (to say the Obamas will not be invited).”

Ewww! That’s a double diss. You and Kate will find room for other heads of state like French President Nicholas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni, but not the President of The United States???

Why are they more worthy? Are you afraid that they’ll chunnel into Westminister Abbey no matter what? Do you not realize that the U.S. is Great Britain’s biggest ally? Don’t you remember William how your mother Princess Diana loved coming to America because she felt more free here?

Or is this payback for Michelle Obama breaking with precedent and hugging the Queen on her first visit to England? Are you afraid that The First Lady might get to touchy, feely again?

Or is this finally an even bigger diss, a more historic payback for America breaking free of Great Britain’s sovereignty? William- have you secretly been really pissed off that America is no longer part of your kingdom?

Prince William and Kate Middleton, I urge you to rethink and redraw your guest list. You can still have lots of charity workers attend your wedding. Surely there’s some duke or dutchess that can be cut. It’s only two seats!

But they are the two most important seats that need to be filled by our President and our First Lady. Snub them and you snub 310 million of us

The Beckhams and Elton John to attend the royal wedding

 

They’re considered the King and Queen of soccer so it’s no surprise that David and Victoria Beckham have received their official invite to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s April 29 wedding. Wills, who is the president of the English Football Association, became friends with Becks when England lost the bid to host the 2018 World Cup, while Victoria has previously revealed that she would send over some of her dresses for the future princess to wear.

The highly-anticipated wedding will take place at London’s Westminster Abbey followed by a lavish lunchtime buffet for 600 people at Buckingham Palace. However, David and Victoria unfortunately were not one of the 300 to be exclusively invited to the following dinner dance hosted by Prince Charles.

1900 guests have been invited to the wedding ceremony and courtiers have revealed that there a “small number” of A-list stars will be seated alongside more than 1000 friends and family and 80 charity workers to reflect the prince’s “fairly ordinary life” living in North Wales.
Notably absent from the royal guest-list are US President Barack Obama and his wife and Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife. Prince William recently revealed that his brother Prince Harry will be the best man, while Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton, will be the Maid of Honour.

Elton John and the crown prince of Bahrain will attewnd the  wedding ceremony.

 

Marriage lottery: 100 winners to attend Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding

 

Very much in charge . . . Prince William and his fiances.Prince William and Kate Middleton will welcome 100 strangers to their wedding. Photo: AP

One hundred ordinary people will reportedly attend the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton with royal officials conducting a lottery to determine who is invited.

Britain’s Sun newspaper said those lucky enough to secure an invite would only find out when it dropped into their letterbox.

The paper said Buckingham Palace is planning a number of festivities around the April 29 wedding including a rock concert and street parties.

 

4.The prince William Kate wedding Gown

Prince William to Wear Military Uniform for Royal Wedding

 
Prince William is expected to follow royal tradition and marry in military dress like his father Prince Charles and uncle Prince Andrew.His RAF uniform will be most likely be the military uniform selected. Savile Row tailors Gieves & Hawkes, who supplies suits to the royal family, is said to be chosen to make Prince William’s outfit. The starting price for a Gieves & Hawkes RAF uniform is £2,800, can take up to ten weeks to make.
The prince’s father and grandfather, the Prince of Wales and Duke of Edinburgh respectively both wore
Royal Navy dress on their royal wedding. Prince William is an RAF officer serving as a helicopter pilot with the Search and Rescue Force (Sarf).

William is a Knight of the Order of the Garter and on his wedding day is likely to wear the Order’s blue sash, with its attached badge, and star. He will be expected to wear his Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal.
There is still no word on who will be doing Kate Middleton’s wedding dress.The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be on April 29, 2011at London’s Westminster Abbey.
 Prince Charles wore  his Royal Navy uniform to marry Diana in 1981

Now we can officially start discussing, naturally with breathless anticipation, the impending Royal Wedding! First up: What should she wear? We’ve already asked top wedding dress designers to come up with an original design for Kate Middleton, in a Project Princess face-off. Here are the results.

The Big Players
From left: Amsale, Angel Sanchez

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British Favorites
From left: Temperley London, Augusta Jones

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American Classics
From left: Melissa Sweet, Priscilla of Boston

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The Bride hand Flower

3.Prince William And Kate Middleton Plan Cheap Honeymoon

Prince William and Kate Middleton are expected to take a cheap honeymoon in recognition of the current economic climate. It’s been reported that the couple has made a shortlist of British destinations, with the Scilly Isles tipped as their honeymoon of choice.

Beach scene, Isles Of Scilly

The last time Prince William went to the isles on holiday, it was 1989, and he was with his father Prince Charles, mother Princess Diana and brother Prince Harry. He was only 7 years old at the time but has fond memories of the place.

It was first believed that the couple would go to Kenya, where the prince proposed to Kate last year. However, a Royal source says that they have been talking about possibly taking their honeymoon somewhere in Britain in respect of recent austerity measures. they are aware that being seen taking a luxury honeymoon wouldn’t look good and send the wrong message. there are several options being considered, which suit their non-lavish tastes. after the attack on Prince Charles and Camilla, his wife, a domestic holiday will also make it easier to be sure they are secure, the insider added, while the final destination they choose won’t be announced.

The news of a domestic holiday destination for the couple’s honeymoon is consistent with the rest of their wedding. Instead of getting wedding gifts from their guests, they are considering asking them to donate to charity. Also, instead of being taken to Westminster Abbey for the ceremony on April 29 by carriage, Kate will be driven in a car.

(3)Prince Harry will become Prince William Bestman

The Royal Wedding Count Down

Pressure On as Wedding Day Draws Near for Prince Will and Kate Middleton

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Pressure On as Wedding Day Draws Near for Prince Will and Kate Middleton

Sitting down with the Archbishop of Canterbury as wedding pressures mount.
Full Story
 
Royal Wedding News: Latest Headlines
PHOTO: Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton officially open the Darwen Aldridge Community Academy (DACA) at Darwen Aldridge Community Academy, April 11, 2011 in Darwen, England.

Royal Wedding: Bets and Drinking Games

 
PHOTO: Kate Middleton attends the Sovereign's Parade at Sandhurst Military Academy, in this Dec. 15, 2006 file photo in Surrey, England.

Royal Wedding: Great Hats of Great Britain

 
 
PHOTO: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's 85th birthday

Queen Elizabeth Celebrates Birthday as Oldest British Monarch to Rule

 
PHOTO: Lady Elizabeth Anson

Royal Wedding: Etiquette Lessons from a Royal

 
 
PHOTO: Kate Middleton and Prince William visit Whitton Park, April 11, 2011 in Darwen, England.

Royal Wedding: A Princess-to-Be on a Shopping Spree

 
PHOTO Diana, Princess of Wales is shown with Prince Charles, on the day of their wedding, in this July 29, 1981 file photo in London, England.

Royal Wedding Revisited: Diana Fans Remember the Day She Married Charles

 
 
PHOTO Prince William and Kate Middleton at the naming ceremony of the RNLI lifeboat at Trearddur Bay  .

Britain’s Security Blanket for Royal Wedding Terror Triple Threat

 
PHOTO: Sir Malcolm Ross

Royal Wedding: Behind the Scenes

 
 
 

Frame two : Wedding Ceremony Compare plan and reality

1. Prince William Parent and Grandmother Oueen Elizabeth II starting from Buckingham Palace by royal carriage,

his parent wedding in reality

Prince william in reality.please waiting until the wedding day in Aprip,29th.2011.

2.Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car rather than Glass carriage(this break the tradition.) via The Mall

,Horse Guards

 and Parliament Square.

The reality  Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car,please wait on the wedding day.

3. The Ceremony will begin at 11.00 BST

(1) The Dean of Wesminster will conduct the service, the Archbishop of Cantebury will marry William and Kate address.at Westminter Abbey Planning,

(a)his  parent in reality

prince william wedding in Reality,please waiting on the wedding day.

(d) Planning after the service the couple will travel in a glass carriage procession  to Buckingham Palace,

His father in reality:

Prince william in reality,please waiting until the wedding day.

 along the same route taken earlier by Miss Middleton.There will then be a reception,

hosted by the queen,for gueat from the congregation, representing the couple’s official and privateslives.

reality

(e) in the evening the prince of Wales will host a private dinner paln and reality

planning

 at Buckingham Palace

 followed by dancing for couples plus closed friends and family.

reality:

planning :

prince william's wedding party prince william’s wedding party

Only 1,900 individuals had been really invited to the Royal Wedding. 600 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by the Queen, and 300 men and women are invited to a reception hosted by the father of the groom, Prince Charles. The rest of the world will likely be glued to their televisions watching the wedding in real time. If you miss the wedding due to time zone conflicts, you can make sure that replays of the royal wedding video will be offered for your enjoyment on the internet.

It is not often that a real Prince and Princess gets married. This genuinely seems like a fairy tale come accurate, and we sincerely hope that William and Kate live happily ever after. The world thought that Diana and Charles would be happy forever, and we all know how that turned out. Let us hope and pray that they will love 1 yet another, be faithful to one another, and have several years of joy together. We’re eager to see the next generation of royalty, as they’re positive to be excellent looking little young children!

prince william's wedding party prince william’s wedding party

 reality :

Wedding Party Stories and reality

Story fiction:

wedding party ideaswedding party ideas

The market is flooded with books and guides about how to plan a wedding. These books are great if you have the money to spend on them, and you have an unlimited budget. If you are a bride that does not quite fit the traditional mold, or if you just like to do things your own way, you may want to make your own wedding planning book.

Wedding planning is not a complicated process, but it is time-consuming and requires you to wade through and process a great deal of information. Keeping the information organized and in one place is essential. Certain books on the market promise to help you with this task, but I found them to be expensive and not organized the way that I thought would be helpful to me. After being disappointed by commercial wedding planning books, I decided to make my own wedding planning book.

wedding party ideas wedding party ideas

I took an ordinary three-ring binder and divided the binder into several sections. The sections are labeled in bright construction paper and tabbed. If you already have your theme picked for your wedding, you could even use your wedding colors. At the front of my binder, I made a section for my budget, where I kept a list of everything I wanted for the wedding ceremony, reception, and honeymoon and the total dollar amount I estimated each one would cost. At the top of the page, I put my wedding planning budget in big, bold numbers so that I would always have it in mind while shopping. I also kept notes in this section about when vendor payments would be due when I made the payments.

The next section in my wedding planning book was for contracts. Each time I made an agreement with a vendor for my wedding ceremony or reception I put a copy of the contract in the binder. If I made any changes to the contract, such as special requests or add-ons, I put the contract addendum into the contracts section. If a question came up about what was promised, I had an easy place to look in my wedding planning book.

wedding party ideas wedding party ideas

The next sections in my binder were either for a particular vendor that I chose or ideas for items that I was still looking for. For instance, when I chose our reception site, I interviewed a number of vendors. For each vendor, I kept information in a section called “Reception.” When I chose a vendor, I added a new section under that vendor’s name with the different packages offered, the additional items offered by the site, and ideas for the options we were considering at the reception location.

Wedding party ideasWedding party ideas

I also had sections for florists, the rehearsal dinner, wedding party gifts, bridesmaid dresses, party favors, and invitations. As you plan for your wedding, you will get ideas for other items as well, like engraved flutes for your first toast, cake servers, ring pillows, candle pillars, and other odds and ends.

You may want to add your own sections for things you think are important. For instance, you can add pockets to keep cards of the vendors you are considering, extra pages to jot notes when you visit vendors, or pictures of the dresses, flowers, or cakes you see in magazines or while you are out shopping that you like. You can even take the book with you to bridal fairs to store your ideas in as you go. The beauty of being your own wedding planner and creating your own wedding planning book is that the options are limitless.

Reality :

Frame three:Honeymoon

His parent Honeymoon in reality

Prince William Honeymoon in reality

the end @ copyright Dr iwan suwandy 2011

The Mistery Of Inside Vatican(Mengungkap Misteri Koleksi Rahasia Di Dalam Santu Petrus Vatican)

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

     WELCOME TO THE MAIN HALL OF FREEDOM               

  SELAMAT DATANG DI GEDUNG UTAMA “MERDEKA

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

The Mistery Of Inside St.Peter ChurchVatican

( Mengungkap Koleksi dalam Gereja Santu Petrus Tempat Kediaman Dan Kantor Bapa Suci Paus di Roma) 

Frame One : Introductions

 1.Until this day manny Catholic peoples only know and seen :

1.)The Saint Pater Square  with many peoples waiting to see the pope at the window which gave them mercy.

2.) The Inside the Saint Pater Church to join the ceremony during Natal or Pasque,and some look at television the procession ceremony during the Pope pass away and the choose of the new pope also His coronations.

3.)The inside of the pope office only seen at TV during the visiting of The president ,King or Queen and  other the leader of Nations.

2.Are you aver seen the other part of Inside Vatican like  :

1) the detail of the painting of Saint Peter Church by Michael angelo

( I had exhibited at my blog before,look at the Rome’s art Collections)

2)The detail of the entrance to The Pope Office alos inside the office.

3)The detail of The way to the Pope office ,the Vatican Museum and secret Collections at the base of vatican building(Catacombe)

4)The collections Of Vatican Museum

 5)The Secret Collections in the base of Vatican (Catacombe)

 6) The Bones which found there in the grown which state belonging to the First Pope Saint Pater .

3.The Pope Bennedictus have gave permission to the Vatican Journalist and radio reporter to look at that mistery places ,let’s we went together with her to open that mistery.

Jakarta April 2011

Dr Iwan suwandy 2011

 

Frame Three : The Inside Of Vatican

1. the detail of the painting of Saint Peter Church by Michael angelo( I had showed at my blog ,look at the Rome’s art Collections)

2.The detail of outside from early in the morning to night

the statue on the roof

and the entrance of St Peter church

 

and to The Pope Office also inside the office.

 

3.The detail of The way to the Pope office ,the Vatican Museum and secret Collections at the base of vatican building(Catacombe)

4.The Ceremony during President Obama Visit Vatican City.

5.The collections Of Vatican Museum

 Frame Four: The Secret Collections Inside Vatican

 1.The Secret Collections in the base of Vatican (Catacombe)

 2. The Collection of Other Religious

1)The Chinnest Quan Yin

2)the african Goddest woodden statue

 

3.The Bones which found there in the grown which state belonging to the First Pope Saint Pater .

 

 

 Frame Five:

The Special Fasiclity In Vatican

1. The Vatican Star Loope Bosca (Teropong Bintang)

1) The chief

 

2) The Loope

3)Several Star pictures

2. The Secret Archive Museum

(1)the chief of museum

(2) The Secret Archive library

(2a)Museum reading room

 

 

 (3) The secret picture of Popu Pius XII which never published until He Pass Away.

(4)secret archive of a civil who work at Vatican

Frame Six:

The Pope Bennedictus Visit Spain

Frame Seven: 

The History Of Vatican City .

 

 
 

Vatican City

 

 

Vatican City State

Stato della Città del Vaticano[1]
Flag Coat of arms
AnthemInno e Marcia Pontificale”  (Italian)
“Pontifical Anthem and March”
Location of  Vatican City  (green)on the European continent  (dark grey)  —  [Legend]
Location of  Vatican City  (green)on the European continent  (dark grey)  —  [Legend]
Capital Vatican City[2]
41°54′N 12°27′E / 41.9°N 12.45°E / 41.9; 12.45
Official language(s) Italian[3]
Ethnic groups  Italians, Swiss (Swiss Guards), other[4]
Government Ecclesiastical,[5]
sacerdotal-monarchical[6]
 –  Sovereign Pope Benedict XVI
 –  President of the Government Giovanni Lajolo
Independence from the Kingdom of Italy 
 –  Lateran Treaty 11 February 1929 
Area
 –  Total 0.44 km2 (235th)
0.17 sq mi 
Population
 –  July 2010 estimate 829[7] (223rd)
 –  Density 1877/km2 (6th)
4,859/sq mi
Currency Euro (€)[8][9] (EUR)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 –  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Drives on the right[note 1]
Internet TLD .va
Calling code +379[10]

Vatican City (Listeni /ˈvætɪkən ˈsɪti/) or Vatican City State,[11] in Italian officially Stato della Città del Vaticano (pronounced [ˈstaːto della tʃitˈta del vatiˈkaːno]),[12] which translates as “State of the Vatican City”, is a landlocked sovereign city-state whose territory consists of a walled enclave within the city of Rome, Italy. It has an area of approximately 44 hectares (110 acres), and a population of just over 800.[5][13]

Vatican City was established in 1929 by the Lateran Treaty, signed by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri, on behalf of the Holy See and by Prime Minister Benito Mussolini on behalf of the Kingdom of Italy. Vatican City State is distinct from the Holy See, which dates back to early Christianity and is the main episcopal see of 1.2 billion Latin and Eastern Catholic adherents around the globe. Ordinances of Vatican City are published in Italian; official documents of the Holy See are issued mainly in Latin. The two entities even have distinct passports: the Holy See, not being a country, only issues diplomatic and service passports; Vatican City State issues normal passports. Very few passports are issued by either authority.

The Lateran Treaty in 1929, which brought the city-state into existence, spoke of it as a new creation (Preamble and Article III), not as a vestige of the much larger Papal States (756-1870) that had previously encompassed much of central Italy. Most of this territory was absorbed into the Kingdom of Italy in 1860, and the final portion, namely the city of Rome with Lazio, ten years later, in 1870.

Vatican City is an ecclesiastical[5] or sacerdotalmonarchical[6] state, ruled by the Bishop of Rome—the Pope. The highest state functionaries are all Catholic clergymen of various national origins. It is the sovereign territory of the Holy See (Sancta Sedes) and the location of the Pope’s residence, referred to as the Apostolic Palace.

The Popes have generally resided in the area that in 1929 became Vatican City since the return from Avignon in 1377, but have also at times resided in the Quirinal Palace in Rome and elsewhere. Previously, they resided in the Lateran Palace on the Caelian Hill on the far side of Rome from the Vatican. Emperor Constantine gave this site to Pope Miltiades in 313. The signing of the agreements that established the new state took place in the latter building, giving rise to the name of Lateran Pacts, by which they are known.

Contents

 Geography

A panorama of the country from atop St. Peter’s Basilica

The Vatican climate is the same as Rome’s; a temperate, Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters from September to mid-May and hot, dry summers from May to August. There are some local features, principally mists and dews, caused by the anomalous bulk of St Peter’s Basilica, the elevation, the fountains and the size of the large paved square.

The Vatican City is the world’s smallest state, being only a few acres.

In July 2007, the Vatican agreed to become the first carbon neutral state. They plan to accomplish this by offsetting carbon dioxide emissions with the creation of a Vatican Climate Forest in Hungary.[14]

Territory

Territory of Vatican City according to the Lateran Treaty

The name “Vatican” predates Christianity and comes from the Latin Mons Vaticanus, meaning Vatican Mount.[15] The territory of Vatican City is part of the Mons Vaticanus, and of the adjacent former Vatican Fields. It is in this territory that St. Peter’s Basilica, the Apostolic Palace, the Sistine Chapel, and museums were built, along with various other buildings. The area was part of the Roman rione of Borgo until 1929. Being separated from the city, on the west bank of the Tiber river, the area was an outcrop of the city that was protected by being included within the walls of Leo IV (847–55), and later expanded by the current fortification walls, built under Paul III (1534–49), Pius IV (1559–65) and Urban VIII (1623–44).

When the Lateran Treaty of 1929 that gave the state its present form was being prepared, the boundaries of the proposed territory were influenced by the fact that much of it was all but enclosed by this loop. For some tracts of the frontier, there was no wall, but the line of certain buildings supplied part of the boundary, and for a small part of the frontier a modern wall was constructed.

The territory includes St. Peter’s Square, distinguished from the territory of Italy only by a white line along the limit of the square, where it touches Piazza Pio XII. St. Peter’s Square is reached through the Via della Conciliazione which runs from close to the Tiber River to St. Peter’s. This grand approach was constructed by Benito Mussolini after the conclusion of the Lateran Treaty.

According to the Lateran Treaty, certain properties of the Holy See that are located in Italian territory, most notably Castel Gandolfo and the major basilicas, enjoy extraterritorial status similar to that of foreign embassies.[16][17] These properties, scattered all over Rome and Italy, house essential offices and institutions necessary to the character and mission of the Holy See.[17] Castel Gandolfo and the named basilicas are patrolled internally by police agents of Vatican City State and not by Italian police. St. Peter’s Square is ordinarily policed jointly by both.[16]

St. Peter’s Square, the basilica and obelisk, from Piazza Pio XII

 

Gardens

Part of the Vatican Gardens

Within the territory of Vatican City are the Vatican Gardens (Italian: Giardini Vaticani),[18] which account for more than half of this territory. The gardens, established during the Renaissance and Baroque era, are decorated with fountains and sculptures.

The gardens cover approximately 23 hectares (57 acres) which is most of the Vatican Hill. The highest point is 60 metres (200 ft) above mean sea level. Stone walls bound the area in the North, South and West.

The gardens date back to medieval times when orchards and vineyards extended to the north of the Papal Apostolic Palace.[19] In 1279 Pope Nicholas III (Giovanni Gaetano Orsini, 1277–1280) moved his residence back to the Vatican from the Lateran Palace and enclosed this area with walls.[20] He planted an orchard (pomerium), a lawn (pratellum) and a garden (viridarium).[20]

 History

Vatican City*
UNESCO World Heritage Site

View of St. Peter's Square from the top of Michelangelo's dome.

State Party Holy See
Type Cultural
Criteria i, ii, iv, vi
Reference 286
Region** Europe
Inscription history
Inscription 1984  (8th Session)
* Name as inscribed on World Heritage List.
** Region as classified by UNESCO.

 Predecessor states

 
 

In this originally uninhabited area (the ager vaticanus) on the opposite side of the Tiber from the city of Rome, Agrippina the Elder (14 BC – 18 October AD 33) drained the hill and environs and built her gardens in the early 1st century AD. Emperor Caligula (31 August AD 12 – 24 January AD 41; r. 37–41) started construction of a circus (AD 40) that was later completed by Nero, the Circus Gaii et Neronis,[21] usually called, simply, the Circus of Nero. In AD 69, the Year of the Four Emperors, when the northern army that brought Aulus Vitellius to power arrived in Rome, “a large proportion camped in the unhealthy districts of the Vatican, which resulted in many deaths among the common soldiery; and the Tiber being close by, the inability of the Gauls and Germans to bear the heat and the consequent greed with which they drank from the stream weakened their bodies, which were already an easy prey to disease”.[22]

The Vatican obelisk was originally taken by Caligula from Heliopolis, Egypt to decorate the spina of his circus and is thus its last visible remnant. This area became the site of martyrdom of many Christians after the Great Fire of Rome in AD 64. Ancient tradition holds that it was in this circus that Saint Peter was crucified upside-down.

Opposite the circus was a cemetery separated by the Via Cornelia. Funeral monuments and mausoleums and small tombs as well as altars to pagan gods of all kinds of polytheistic religions were constructed lasting until before the construction of the Constantinian Basilica of St. Peter’s in the first half of the 4th century. Remains of this ancient necropolis were brought to light sporadically during renovations by various popes throughout the centuries increasing in frequency during the Renaissance until it was systematically excavated by orders of Pope Pius XII from 1939 to 1941.

In 326, the first church, the Constantinian basilica, was built over the site that early Roman Catholic apologists (from the first century on) as well as noted Italian archaeologists argue was the tomb of Saint Peter, buried in a common cemetery on the spot. From then on the area started to become more populated, but mostly only by dwelling houses connected with the activity of St. Peter’s. A palace was constructed near the site of the basilica as early as the 5th century during the pontificate of Pope Symmachus (reigned 498–514).[23]

Popes in their secular role gradually came to govern neighbouring regions and, through the Papal States, ruled a large portion of the Italian peninsula for more than a thousand years until the mid 19th century, when all of the territory of the Papal States was seized by the newly created Kingdom of Italy. For much of this time the Vatican was not the habitual residence of the Popes, but rather the Lateran Palace, and in recent centuries, the Quirinal Palace, while the residence from 1309–77 was at Avignon in France.

Italian unification

Main article: Roman Question

In 1870, the Pope’s holdings were left in an uncertain situation when Rome itself was annexed by the Piedmont-led forces which had united the rest of Italy, after a nominal resistance by the papal forces. Between 1861 and 1929 the status of the Pope was referred to as the “Roman Question“. The successive Popes were undisturbed in their palace, and certain prerogatives recognized by the Law of Guarantees, including the right to send and receive ambassadors. But the Popes did not recognise the Italian king’s right to rule in Rome, and they refused to leave the Vatican compound until the dispute was resolved in 1929. Other states continued to maintain international recognition of the Holy See as a sovereign entity.

In practice Italy made no attempt to interfere with the Holy See within the Vatican walls. However, they confiscated church property in many other places, including, perhaps most notably, the Quirinal Palace, formerly the pope’s official residence. Pope Pius IX (1846–78), the last ruler of the Papal States, claimed that after Rome was annexed he was a “Prisoner in the Vatican“.

 Lateran treaties

Main article: Lateran Treaty

This situation was resolved on 11 February 1929 between the Holy See and the Kingdom of Italy. The treaty was signed by Benito Mussolini on behalf of King Victor Emmanuel III and by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri for Pope Pius XI. The Lateran Treaty and the Concordat established the independent State of the Vatican City and granted Roman Catholicism special status in Italy.

World War II

 Recent history

In 1984, a new concordat between the Holy See and Italy modified certain provisions of the earlier treaty, including the position of Roman Catholicism as the Italian state religion.

 Head of state

Main article: Pope

Vatican City

The Pope is ex officio head of state[24] of Vatican City, functions dependent on his primordial function as bishop of the diocese of Rome. The term Holy See refers not to the Vatican state but to the Pope’s spiritual and pastoral governance, largely exercised through the Roman Curia.[25] His official title with regard to Vatican City is Sovereign of the State of the Vatican City.

His principal subordinate government official for Vatican City is the President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State, who since 1952 exercises the functions previously belonging to the Governor of Vatican City. Since 2001, the President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State also has the title of President of the Governorate of the State of Vatican City.

The Pope resides in the Papal Apartments of the Papal Palace overlooking off Saint Peter’s Square. It is here he carries out his business and meets foreign representatives.

The current Pope is Benedict XVI, born Joseph Alois Ratzinger in Bavaria, Germany. Italian Cardinal Giovanni Lajolo serves as President of the Pontifical Commission for the State of Vatican City. He was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI on 11 September 2006.

 Government

 
 
 
State of Vatican City

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The politics of Vatican City takes place in an absolute elective monarchy, in which the head of the Roman Catholic Church takes power. The Pope exercises principal legislative, executive, and judicial power over the State of Vatican City (an entity distinct from the Holy See), which is a rare case of a non-hereditary monarchy.[26]

Vatican City is currently the only widely recognised independent state that has not become a member of the United Nations. The Holy See, which is distinct from Vatican City State, has permanent observer status with all the rights of a full member except for a vote in the UN General Assembly.

Political system

View of the dome of Saint Peter’s Basilica from Borgo Santo Spirito.

The government of Vatican City has a unique structure. The Pope is the sovereign of the state. Legislative authority is vested in the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State, a body of cardinals appointed by the Pope for five-year periods. Executive power is in the hands of the President of that commission, assisted by the General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary. The state’s foreign relations are entrusted to the Holy See‘s Secretariat of State and diplomatic service. Nevertheless, the pope has full and absolute executive, legislative and judicial power over Vatican City. He is currently the only absolute monarch in Europe.

There are specific departments that deal with health, security, telecommunications, etc.[27]

The Cardinal Camerlengo presides over the Apostolic Camera to which is entrusted the administration of the property and the protection of the temporal rights of the Holy See during a papal vacancy. Those of the Vatican State remain under the control of the Pontifical Commission for the State of Vatican City. Acting with three other cardinals chosen by lot every three days, one from each order of cardinals (cardinal bishop, cardinal priest, and cardinal deacon), he in a sense performs during that period the functions of head of state. All the decisions these four cardinals take must be approved by the College of Cardinals as a whole.

The nobility that was closely associated with the Holy See at the time of the Papal States continued to be associated with the Papal Court after the loss of these territories, generally with merely nominal duties (see Papal Master of the Horse, Prefecture of the Pontifical Household, Hereditary officers of the Roman Curia, Black Nobility). They also formed the ceremonial Noble Guard. In the first decades of the existence of the Vatican City State, executive functions were entrusted to some of them, including that of Delegate for the State of Vatican City (now denominated President of the Commission for Vatican City). But with the motu proprio Pontificalis Domus of 28 March 1968,[28] Pope Paul VI abolished the honorary positions that had continued to exist until then, such as Quartermaster General and Master of the Horse.[29]

The State of the Vatican City, created in 1929 by the Lateran Pacts, provides the Holy See with a temporal jurisdiction and independence within a small territory. It is distinct from the Holy See. The state can thus be deemed a significant but not essential instrument of the Holy See. The Holy See itself has existed continuously as a juridical entity since Roman Imperial times and has been internationally recognised as a powerful and independent sovereign entity since late antiquity to the present, without interruption even at times when it was deprived of territory (e.g. 1870 to 1929). The Holy See has the oldest active continuous diplomatic service in the world, dating back to at least AD 325 with its legation to the Council of Nicea.[30] Ambassadors are accredited to the Holy See, never to the Vatican City State.

Military and police

Though, like various European powers, earlier Popes recruited Swiss mercenaries as part of an army, the Pontifical Swiss Guard was founded by Pope Julius II on 22 January 1506 as the personal bodyguard of the Pope and continues to fulfil that function. It is listed in the Annuario Pontificio under “Holy See”, not under “State of Vatican City”. At the end of 2005, the Guard had 134 members. Recruitment is arranged by a special agreement between the Holy See and Switzerland. All recruits must be Catholic, unmarried males with Swiss citizenship who have completed their basic training with the Swiss Army with certificates of good conduct, be between the ages of 19 and 30, and be at least 175 cm (68.90 in) in height. Members are armed with small arms and the traditional halberd (also called the Swiss voulge), and trained in bodyguarding tactics.

Swiss Guards in their traditional uniform

Palace of the Governorate of Vatican City State

The Palatine Guard and the Noble Guard were disbanded by Pope Paul VI in 1970.[31] While the first body was founded as a militia at the service of the Papal States, its functions within the Vatican State, like those of the Noble Guard, were merely ceremonial.

The Corpo della Gendarmeria acts as a police force. Its full name is Corpo della Gendarmeria dello Stato della Città del Vaticano (which means “Gendarmerie Corps of the Vatican City State”), although it is sometimes referred to as the Vigilanza, as a shortening of an earlier name. The Gendarmeria is responsible for public order, law enforcement, crowd and traffic control, and criminal investigations in Vatican City.[31]

The military defence of the Vatican City is provided by Italy and its armed forces, given the fact that Vatican City is an enclave within the Italian Republic. Vatican City has no armed force of its own, the Swiss Guard being a corps responsible for the security of the Pope. (See: Military of Vatican City)

 Administration

Legislative functions are delegated to the unicameral Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State, led by the President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State. Its seven members are cardinals appointed by the Pope for terms of five years. Acts of the commission must be approved by the pope, through the Holy See‘s Secretariat of State, and before taking effect must be published in a special appendix of the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. Most of the content of this appendix consists of routine executive decrees, such as approval for a new set of postage stamps.

Executive authority is delegated to the Governorate of Vatican City. The Governorate consists of the President of the Pontifical Commission—using the title “President of the Governorate of Vatican City”—a General Secretary, and a Vice General Secretary, each appointed by the pope for five year terms. Important actions of the Governorate must be confirmed by the Pontifical Commission and by the Pope through the Secretariat of State.

The Governorate oversees the central governmental functions through several departments and offices. The directors and officials of these offices are appointed by the pope for five year terms. These organs concentrate on material questions concerning the state’s territory, including local security, records, transportation, and finances. The Governorate oversees a modern security and police corps, the Corpo della Gendarmeria dello Stato della Città del Vaticano.

Judicial functions are delegated to a supreme court, an appeals court, a tribunal, and a trial judge. In all cases, the pope may choose at any time to exercise supreme legislative, executive, or judicial functions in the state.

The Country code prefix is SCV, and the only postal code is 00120 — altogether SCV-00120.[32]

 Foreign relations

Vatican City State is a recognised national territory under international law, but it is the Holy See that conducts diplomatic relations on its behalf, in addition to the Holy See’s own diplomacy, entering into international agreements in its regard. The Vatican City State thus has no diplomatic service of its own. Because of space limitations, Vatican City is one of the few countries in the world that is unable to host embassies.

Foreign embassies to the Holy See are located in the city of Rome; only during the Second World War were the staff of some embassies accredited to the Holy See given what hospitality was possible within the narrow confines of Vatican City—embassies such as that of the United Kingdom while Rome was held by the Axis Powers and Germany’s when the Allies controlled Rome.

The size of Vatican City is thus unrelated to the large global reach exercised by the Holy See as an entity quite distinct from the state.[33]

However, Vatican City State itself participates in some international organizations whose functions relate to the state as a geographical entity, distinct from the non-territorial legal persona of the Holy See.

These organizations are much less numerous than those in which the Holy See participates either as a member or with observer status.

They include the following seven, in each of which Vatican City State holds membership:[34][35]

It also participates in:[34]

Economy

The reverse of the Vatican 1 coin produced in 2006 depicting the current pope, Benedict XVI.

The Vatican City State budget[36] includes the Vatican museums and post office and is supported financially by the sale of stamps, coins, medals, and tourist mementos; by fees for admission to museums; and by publications sales. Moreover, an annual collection taken up in dioceses and direct donations go to a non-budgetary fund known as Peter’s Pence, which is used directly by the Pope for charity, disaster relief, and aid to churches in developing nations. The incomes and living standards of lay workers are comparable to those of counterparts who work in the city of Rome.[37] Other industries include printing, the production of mosaics and the manufacture of staff uniforms.

The Vatican also conducts worldwide financial activities, having its own bank, Istituto per le Opere di Religione (also known as the Vatican Bank, and with the acronym IOR). This bank has an ATM with instructions in Latin, possibly the only such ATM in the world.[38]

Vatican City issues its own coins. It has used the euro as its currency since 1 January 1999, owing to a special agreement with the European Union (council decision 1999/98/CE). Euro coins and notes were introduced in 1 January 2002—the Vatican does not issue euro banknotes. Issuance of euro-denominated coins is strictly limited by treaty, though somewhat more than usual is allowed in a year in which there is a change in the papacy.[39] Because of their rarity, Vatican euro coins are highly sought by collectors.[40] Until the adoption of the Euro, Vatican coinage and stamps were denominated in their own Vatican lira currency, which was on par with the Italian lira.

The Vatican City State, which employs nearly 2000 people, ran a deficit in 2008 of over 15 million euros, but in 2007 had a surplus of 6.7 million euros.[41]

Demographics

Population and languages

Almost all of Vatican City’s 826 (2009 est.)[42] citizens either live inside the Vatican’s walls or serve in the Holy See’s diplomatic service in embassies (called “nunciatures“; a papal ambassador is a “nuncio”) around the world. The Vatican citizenry consists almost entirely of two groups: clergy, most of whom work in the service of the Holy See, and a very few as officials of the state; and the Swiss Guard. Most of the 3,000 lay workers who comprise the majority of the Vatican workforce reside outside the Vatican and are citizens of Italy, while a few are citizens of other nations. As a result, all of the City’s actual citizens are Catholic as are all the places of worship.

Vatican City has no set official language. Unlike the Holy See, which most often uses Latin for the authoritative version of its official documents, Vatican City uses Italian in its legislation and official communications.[43] Italian is also the everyday language used by most of those who work in the state. In the Swiss Guard, German is the language used for giving commands, but the individual guards take their oath of loyalty in their own languages, German, French, Romansh or Italian. Vatican City’s official website languages are Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish. (This site should not be confused with that of the Holy See, which uses all these languages, along with Portuguese, with Latin since 9 May 2008 and Chinese since 18 March 2009.)

Citizenship

Pre-March 2011

Unlike citizenship of other states, which is based either on jus sanguinis (birth from a citizen, even outside the state’s territory) or on jus soli (birth within the territory of the state), citizenship of Vatican City is granted jus officii, namely on the grounds of appointment to work in a certain capacity in the service of the Holy See. It usually ceases upon cessation of the appointment. Citizenship is extended also to the spouse, parents and descendants of a citizen, provided they are living with the person who is a citizen.[44][45]

Anyone who on loss of Vatican citizenship possesses no other citizenship, as judged by Italian law, automatically becomes an Italian citizen.[16]

As of 31 December 2005, there were, apart from the Pope himself, 557 people with Vatican citizenship, while there were 246 residents in the state who did not have its citizenship.

Of the 557 citizens, 74% were clergy:

  • 58 cardinals, resident in Rome, mostly outside the Vatican;
  • 293 clergy, members of the Holy See’s diplomatic missions, resident in other countries, and forming well over half the total of the citizens;
  • 62 other clergy, working but not necessarily living in the Vatican.

The 101 members of the Papal Swiss Guard constituted 18% of the total, and there were only 43 other lay persons with Vatican citizenship.[46]

Post-February 2011

On 22 February 2011, Pope Benedict XVI promulgated a new “Law concerning citizenship, residency and access” to Vatican City, which became effective on 1 March. It replaced the 1929 “Law concerning citizenship and residence”.[47] There are 16 articles in the new law, whereas the old law had 33 articles.[48] Vatican citizenship now has four categories: (1) the pope, (2) cardinals residing in Vatican City, (3) active members of the Holy See’s diplomatic corps, and (4) other directors of Vatican offices and services.[48] The new law created a new status, that of official Vatican “residents”, i.e., people who live in Vatican City but are not citizens.[48] As of March 1, 2011, the Vatican had 572 citizens, but only 220 of them were living in Vatican City.[48] The other 352 citizens were apostolic nuncios and diplomatic staff.[48] The 220 citizens living in Vatican City were among more than 800 people living in the Vatican.[48]

360-degree view from the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica, looking over the Vatican’s Saint Peter’s Square (center) and out into Rome, showing most of Vatican City

Culture

the complete collections look at hhtp://www.Driwancybermuseum.wordpress.com serach the rome art collections.

Michelangelo’s Pietà is one of the Vatican’s best known artworks.

Vatican City is home to some of the most famous art in the world. St. Peter’s Basilica, whose successive architects include Bramante, Michelangelo, Giacomo della Porta, Maderno and Bernini is a renowned work of Renaissance architecture. The Sistine Chapel is famous for its frescos, which include works by Perugino, Domenico Ghirlandaio and Botticelli as well as the ceiling and Last Judgement by Michelangelo. Artists who decorated the interiors of the Vatican include Raphael and Fra Angelico.

The Vatican Library and the collections of the Vatican Museums are of the highest historical, scientific and cultural importance. In 1984, the Vatican was added by UNESCO to the List of World Heritage Sites; it is the only one to consist of an entire state.[49] Furthermore, it is the only site to date registered with the UNESCO as a centre containing monuments in the “International Register of Cultural Property under Special Protection” according to the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.[49]

Infrastructure

The stamp vending machine of the Vatican Postal Service.

Transport

Vatican City has a reasonably well developed transport network considering its size (consisting mostly of a plaza and walkways). As a country that is 1.05 kilometres (0.6 mi) long and 0.85 kilometres (0.5 mi) wide,[50] it has a small transportation system with no airports or highways. There is one heliport and a standard gauge railway connected to Italy’s network at Rome’s Saint Peter’s station by an 852 metres (932 yd) long spur, only 300 metres (328 yd) of which is within Vatican territory.[51]

Pope John XXIII was the first Pope to make use of this railway, and Pope John Paul II used it as well, albeit very rarely. The railway is mainly used to transport freight.[51] As Vatican City has no airports (it is one of the few independent states in the world without one, except for the aforementioned heliport), it is served by the airports that serve the city of Rome, within which the Vatican is located, namely: Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport and to a lesser extent, Ciampino Airport, which both serve as the departure gateway for the Pope’s international visits.[51]

 Communications

The City is served by an independent, modern telephone system,[52] the Vatican Pharmacy, and post office. The postal system was founded on 11 February 1929, and two days later became operational. On 1 August, the state started to release its own postal stamps, under the authority of the Philatelic and Numismatic Office of the Vatican City State.[53] The City’s postal service is sometimes recognised as “the best in the world”[54] and mail has been noted to get to its target before the postal service in Rome.(look at at hhtp://www.Driwancybermuseum.wordpress.com search vatican histoic collections)[54]

The Vatican also controls its own Internet TLD, which is registered as (.va). Broadband service is widely provided within Vatican City. Vatican City has also been given a radio ITU prefix, HV, and this is sometimes used by amateur radio operators.

Vatican Radio, which was organised by Guglielmo Marconi, broadcasts on short-wave, medium-wave and FM frequencies and on the Internet.[55] Its main transmission antennae are located in Italian territory. Television services are provided through another entity, the Vatican Television Center.[56]

L’Osservatore Romano is the multilingual semi-official newspaper of the Holy See. It is published by a private corporation under the direction of Roman Catholic laymen but reports on official information. However, the official texts of documents are in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, the official gazette of the Holy See, which has an appendix for documents of the Vatican City State.

Vatican Radio, the Vatican Television Center, and L’Osservatore Romano are organs not of the Vatican State but of the Holy See, and are listed as such in the Annuario Pontificio, which places them in the section “Institutions linked with the Holy See”, ahead of the sections on the Holy See’s diplomatic service abroad and the Diplomatic Corps accredited to the Holy See, after which is placed the section on the State of Vatican City.

 Crime

Main article: Crime in Vatican City

In accordance with Article 22 of the 1929 Lateran Treaty between the Holy See and Italy, the Italian government, when requested by the Holy See, handles the prosecution and detention of criminal suspects, at the expense of the Vatican.[16] Capital punishment was envisaged in the legislation adopted in 1929 on the basis of Italian law, but the Vatican state never exercised it and abolished it in 1969.

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Footnotes

  1. ^ Visitors and tourists are not permitted to drive inside the Vatican without specific permission, which is normally granted only to those who have business with some office in the Vatican.

 

 Citations

  1. ^ Treaty between the Holy See and Italy, article 26.
  2. ^ Vatican City is a city-state
  3. ^ In accordance with paragraph 2 of the Legge sulle fonti del diritto of 7 June 1929, all laws and regulations of the state are published in the Italian-language Supplemento per le leggi e disposizioni dello Stato della Città del Vaticano attached to the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. The text of the first seven items published in that supplement is given here. While the state itself uses only Italian, many other languages are used by institutions situated within the state, such as the Holy See, the Pontifical Swiss Guard, and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. The Holy See uses Latin as an official language and French as a diplomatic language; in addition, its Secretariat of State uses English, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. The Swiss Guard, in which commands on parade are given in German, also uses French and Italian in all its official ceremonies. The semi-official Holy See newspaper L’Osservatore Romano uses English, French, German, Italian, Malayalam, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. Vatican Radio uses 40 languages, including Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Byelorussian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Esperanto, English, Filipino, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malayalam, Polish, Portuguese, Rumanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tamil, Tigrigna, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.
  4. ^ “CIA – The World Factbook – Holy See (Vatican City)”. Cia.gov. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/vt.html. Retrieved 10 October 2009. 
  5. ^ a b c “Holy See (Vatican City)”. CIA—The World Factbook. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/vt.html. Retrieved 22 February 2007. 
  6. ^ a b “catholic-pages.com”. catholic-pages.com. http://www.catholic-pages.com/vatican/vatican_city.asp. Retrieved 15 October 2010. 
  7. ^ Holy See (Vatican City), The World Factbook, CIA. Retrieved 1 July 2010.
  8. ^ Since 1 January 2002. www.vatican.va Holy See Press office — General Information. Retrieved 23 October 2009.
  9. ^ Before 2002, the Vatican lira (on par with the Italian lira)
  10. ^ ITU-T assigned code 379 to Vatican City. However, Vatican City is included in the Italian telephone numbering plan and uses the Italian country code 39, followed by 06 (for Rome) and 698.
  11. ^ “Homepage of Vatican City State”. Vaticanstate.va. http://www.vaticanstate.va/EN/homepage.htm. Retrieved 15 October 2010. 
  12. ^ “Stato della Città del Vaticano” is the name used in the state’s founding document, the Treaty between the Holy See and Italy, article 26.
  13. ^ “Vatican City State”. Vatican City Government. http://www.vaticanstate.va/EN/homepage.htm. Retrieved 28 November 2007. 
  14. ^ “The Vatican to go carbon neutral”. United Press International. 13 July 2007. http://www.physorg.com/news103554442.html. Retrieved 12 September 2009. 
  15. ^ “Vatican (search)”. Online Dictionary. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Vatican. Retrieved 28 November 2007. 
  16. ^ a b c d Treaty between the Holy See and ItalyPDF
  17. ^ a b Excerpt of extraterritorial jurisdictionas per the Lateran Treaty of 1929:
    Article 13
    Italy recognizes the full ownership of the Holy See over the patriarchal Basilicas of St. John Lateran, Sta. Maria Maggiore, and St. Paul, with their annexed buildings.
    The State transfers to the Holy See the free management and administration of the said Basilica of St. Paul and its dependent Monastery, also paying over to the Holy See all monies representing the sums set aside annually for that church in the budget of the Ministry of Education.
    It is also understood that the Holy See shall remain the absolute owner of the edifice of S. Callisto, adjoining Sta. Maria in Trastevere.
    Article 14
    Italy recognizes the full ownership by the Holy See of the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo, together with all endowments, appurtenances, and dependencies thereof, which are now already in the possession of the Holy See, and Italy also undertakes to hand over, within six months after the coming into force of the present Treaty, the Villa Barberini in Castel Gandolfo, together with all endowments, appurtenances, and dependencies thereof.
    In order to round off the property situated on the northern side of the Janiculum Hill, belonging to the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda Fide and to other ecclesiastical institutions, which property faces the Vatican Palaces, the State undertakes to transfer to the Holy See or other bodies appointed by it for such purpose, all real estate belonging to the State or to third parties existing in that area. The properties belonging to the said Congregation and to other institutions and those to be transferred being marked on the annexed map.
    Finally, Italy shall transfer to the Holy See, as its full and absolute property, the Convent buildings in Rome attached to the Basilica of the Twelve Holy Apostles and to the churches of San Andrea della Valle and S. Carlo ai Catinari, with all annexes and dependencies thereof, and shall hand them over within one year after the entry into force of the present Treaty, free of all occupants.
    Article 15
    The property indicated in Article 13 hereof and in paragraphs (1) and (2) of Article 14, as well as the Palaces of the Dataria, of the Cancelleria, of the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda Fide in the Piazza di Spagna of the S. Offizio with its annexes, and those of the Convertendi (now the Congregation of the Eastern Church) in Piazza Scossacavalli, the Vicariato, and all other edifices in which the Holy See shall subsequently desire to establish other offices and departments although such edifices form part of the territory belonging to the Italian State, shall enjoy the immunity granted by International Law to the headquarters of the diplomatic agents of foreign States. Similar immunity shall also apply with regard to any other churches (even if situated outside Rome) during such time as, without such churches being open to the public, the Supreme Pontiff shall take part in religious ceremonies celebrated therein.
    Article 16

    Saint Apollinaris Building (Palazzo sant’Apollinare)

    The property mentioned in the three preceding Articles, as also that used as headquarters of the following Papal institutions—the Gregorian University, the Biblical, Oriental, and Archaeological Institutes, the Russian Seminary, the Lombard College, the two Palaces of St. Apollinaris and the Home of the Retreat of the Clergy dedicated to St. John and St. Paul—shall never be subject to charges or to expropriation for reasons of public utility, save by previous agreement with the Holy See, and shall be exempt from any contribution or tax, whether ordinary or extraordinary and payable to the State or to any other body.
    It shall be permissible for the Holy See to deal with all buildings above mentioned or referred to in the three preceding Articles as it may deem fit, without obtaining the authorisation or consent of the Italian governmental, provincial, or communal authority, which authorities may in this regard rely entirely on the high artistic traditions of the Roman Catholic Church.
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Dr Iwan book:”The Indonesia Vienna Printing Stamp 1949″(Koleksi Prangko Cetak Wian 1949)

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

     WELCOME TO THE MAIN HALL OF FREEDOM               

  SELAMAT DATANG DI GEDUNG UTAMA “MERDEKA

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

The Driwan’s 

Indonesian Postal History  Cybermuseum

                                    

(Museum Dunia Maya Koleksi  Benda Pos bersejarah RI) 

                                 

Private Cybermuseum and The Illustrations special For premium member(please subscribed via comment)

Museum Dunia Maya Pribadi Khusus Untuk anggota Premium

E-BOOK

                   

THE MYSTERY OF INDONESIAN VIENNA PRINTING STAMP

         1949-1950

                   

      Dr Iwan s Creations  

Based on His Own Postal and Document History Collections

Limited Private Edition 100 expl 

Special For Premium Member 

       Jakarta,April. 2011

________________________________________________________________________________

THE MYSTERY OF INDONESIAN VIENNA PRINTING STAMP

                                       1949-1950

Edisi Terbatas 100 eksp

Publikasi Pribadi Khusus untuk Kolektor postal Histori

Penulis : Dr Iwan S

Editor  : Anton J.S.

Penyunting : Lily W.

Photographer : Albert SDO

NAMA PEMILIK: Dr Iwan S

NO. PERCOBAAN 001

@Copyright Dr Iwan S 2011

 

 _____________________________________________________________

Introduction

(KataPengantar)

1.This Information still not complete,please all the colectors from all over the world to add the informations,thank .

informasi ini masih banyak kekurangannya ,harap komentar dan saran perbaikan dan tambahan informasi dari seluruh kolektor didunia

2.All my vienna printing stamps found in the Direction general RIS PTT souvernier book during IHFBC 1950 Florence conference.

‘Seluruh  koleksi cetak wina milik saya berasal dari buku kenangan dari Dirjen PTT RIS pada  IHFB conference Florence 1950.

3.The illustration special for premium member.

Ilustrasi khusus hanya untuk anggota premium.

_________________________________________

 

A. Chapter One :

The vienna printing stamps Repoeblik Indonesia prepare to sale in Dec.1st .1949

A.Introduction

1. The  Indonesia vienna printing  still mistery until this day,because not exist the history of  this stamps issued at Jogya Post Office in 1949-1950 . Many fact must  still mistery like :

Misteri dari prangko Indonesia  Cetak wina 1949-1950 sampai saat ini masih menjadi suatu misteri, karena sejarah tentang penerbitan prangko ini di Jogya masih belum terungkap, antara lain 

:(1)The stamps issued by whom.(prangko ini diterbitkan atas gagasan siapa)

(a) The name of Indonesia Postal Telephon Telegram(PTT) fo Jogya still didn’t knew . only the information from the introduction ,Minkus Worldwide postage stamp Catalogue 1972. “The following stamps were printed abroad during the blockage of republic of Indonesia by the Netherlands. According to the PTT of Indonesia, a great part of the documents relating to the stamps were lost during that turbulent time. The stamps inscribed REPORBLIK were prepared for sale Dec.15th,1948 (the nemae of republic was NRI Negara Republic Indonesia of the state of republic Indonesia why vienna printing stamp used Reporblik Indonesia withou the state  still confuced, NRI didn’t join UPU that was why cannot send latter by international postal Unuion, the NRI stamps used only local in the NRI area only, I have the postally used cover with lo9cal NRI stamps and also Revenue NRI until December,10th.1948 but vienna printing never seen in thousand postal used cover from Jogya area, please comment.Dr Iwan S)

and reported issued Aug.17,1949 in UNION POSTALE,UPU bulletin of August,1951.This name bulletin listed stamps inscribed REPUBLIK and the UPU series as issued Aug.17.1949 and DEc.1.1949 reprectively.

(The vienna printing s stamps cannot used because in Dec ,27th.1949 Indonesian became The united states of Republic Indonesia “Republik Indonesia Serikat or RIS” the stamp used from Indonesia federal stade(NICA)  with and without overprint, I have found in De,29th.1949 the Indonesia federal states stamp with Queen Juliana stamps still used on cover send from Bangka tanjung Pandan to Jakarta, the earliest used the overprint RIS in March 1950  and overprint RIS still used until 1952. my conclution The Indonesia Vienna printing stamps only the propaganda label ,special for  USA and other foreign countries. Dr Iwan S.)

Following establistment of United States of Indonesia,the post offices were informed by telegraph under number 19119/A4 of Feb,20.1950:”Provisionally the following stamps are valid”B”.The postage stamps of the PTT services of the Republic Of Indonesia,printed abroad with several drawings ands value probably these stamps will no more be used for prepayment by public.

Stamps mentioned under “B” were valid only for ordinary Inland or foreign postage for airmail registration,etc. had to be prepaid by other contemporary stamps mentioned in remaining parts of the telegraphed massage.The UPU comemoratives were to remain valid for prepayment [postage until the end of July,1950(August,17.1950 RIS became NKRI Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia, the ordinary overprinted RIS stamps still valid until 1952,and listed on the the Tjontoh or Sample stamps list issued by the Indonesian Post Office ,found by the chief master og Bengkulu city Post officed during he work there,now in my Collections-Dr Iwan S)

 nama pejabat PTT RI yang membuat gagasan tidak diketahui, hanya ada info dari kata pengantar katalog Minkus 1972  bahwa prngko dicetak diluar negeri  selama blokade dari Republik Indoseia oleh Belanda. Karena sebagian besar dokumen yang berhubungan dengan prangko telah hilang saat masa kacau . Prangko dengan tulisan ejaan lama Repoeblik  dipersiapkan untuk dijual pada tanggal 15  bulan desember 1948 dan juga dilaporkan penerbitan tanggal 17 agustus 1949 dalam Union Postale,UPU bulletin of August,1951. Buletin yang sama  mencantumkan prangko dengan tulisan ejaan baru REPUBLIK dan seri UPU  yang diterbitkan oleh RIS, menurut informasi telegram nomor 19119/ tanggal 20 pebuari 1950.yang berbunyi Prangko ini berlaku secara local provinsi “B” Prangko dari pos dalam pelayanan PTT Republik Indonesia,ditjetak diluar negeri dengan beberapa lukisan dan nominal.Mungkin prangko ini tidak akan di pergunakan untuk prabayar bagi masyarakat.Prangko dengan kode “B” hanya berlaku untuk prangko kontenporer untuk dalam negeri atau  untuk pos udara ,registrasi dan sebagainya. untuk pra bayar dengan prangko kontemporer lainnya  sebagai bagian tersisa dari pesan telegram . Prangko UPU tetap valid untuk prangko prabayar  sampai akhir juli 1950.(Saya memiliki prangko dengan cetak tindih Tjontoh yangd iterbitkan tahun 1951,prangko cetak wina tidak tercantum dalam lembaran prangko contoh tersebut-Dr Iwan S)

(2)Who painted the stamp’s design ( siapa yang mengambar desain prangko ini,)Under the pictorial stamps ,written the name of the painter  SCROME ,please who have another name report via comment.thanks.

dibawah prangko serial lukisan pictorial ,bungkarno dan bung hatta  ada nama pelukisnya yaitu  SCHROM.sedangkan yang definitif tidak ada namanya.lihat illustrasi dibawah ini.

M 77

, sedangkan lainnya tidak ada.saya harap yang m nama lain agar melaporkannya kepada saya terim aksih sebelumnya.

(3) Are this stamp issued ,by sold in the post office and use on cover postally(Apakah Prangko ini pernah dijual diloket kantor pos jogya dan dipergunakan untuk pengiriman surat ?) Until this day I had nevers een the guinine postal used cover, only CTO Cover exist. ( sampai saat ini saya belum pernah melihat prangko cetak wina yang terkirim liwat pos, yang ada dalam bentu CTO saja.)

B.Type of prepaid stamps 1949

1.stamp

(1)Indonesia Leader

(a)Bung Karno

(a1) low nominal 2s Bung karno with Soldier

(a2) Bung karno and Whasington 1 R(not yet found)

 (a3) President Sukarno 25R

 (b)Bung Hatta

(b1)40s with Abe Lincoln(not yet found)

 (b2) high values vice president Hatta 10 R

(2) Pictorial :

(a)The low nominal from  1sen to 80 Sen

 

 (b)The high nominal from  60 Sen to 5 R

2.porto not yet found

3.Air Mail stamps

(1)10s,15 SEN ,20 s,30 s two type ,50 s,75 sen ,IR, 1 half R, 4 and half R two type,4 and half R and 7 and half R

(2)airoplane 2 and half R

 (3) Bung Hatta 10 R

(4)Bung Karno 25 R

5.UPU

(1) Perforated

(a) 10s

(b) 20 S

(c) 50 S (not yet found,sample look RIS Merdeka ovpt)

(d) 1 R

 

(2) unperforated

6.Express 10s ,no other nominal value found

7.Resmi Overprint(official)

(1)2s,5s,15 S,30 s 10 s

 (2)10s,30s,50 s and 1 R

8.souvenir sheet 

(1)Bung Karno

(a)1 R not yet found

(b) Pictorial 1 R not yet found

 

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Driwan Book :”The mistery Of Indonesian Vienna Printing Stamp”(Buku Misteri Prangko Cetak wina)

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

     WELCOME TO THE MAIN HALL OF FREEDOM               

  SELAMAT DATANG DI GEDUNG UTAMA “MERDEKA

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

The Driwan’s 

Indonesian Postal History  Cybermuseum

                                    

(Museum Dunia Maya Koleksi  Benda Pos bersejarah RI) 

                                 

Museum Dunia Maya Pribadi Untuk Seluruh rakyat Indonesia

E-BOOK FOR PREMIUM MEMBER ONLY

                   

THE MYSTERY OF INDONESIAN VIENNA PRINTING STAMP

         1949-1950

                   

      Dr Iwan s Creations  

Based on His Own Postal and Document History Collections

Limited Private Edition 100 expl 

Special For Premium Member 

       Jakarta,April. 2011

________________________________________________________________________________

THE MYSTERY OF INDONESIAN VIENNA PRINTING STAMP

                                       1949-1950

Edisi Terbatas 100 eksp

Publikasi Pribadi Khusus untuk Kolektor postal Histori

Penulis : Dr Iwan S

Editor  : Anton J.S.

Penyunting : Lily W.

Photographer : Albert SDO

NAMA PEMILIK: Dr Iwan S

NO. PERCOBAAN 001

@Copyright Dr Iwan S 2011

 

 _____________________________________________________________

Introduction

(KataPengantar)

informasi ini masih banyak kekurangannya ,harap komentar dan saran perbaikan dan tambahan informasi dari seluruh kolektor didunia.’

_________________________________________

Table Of Content

 Introduction

A. Chapter One : The vienna printing stamps in 1949

1.stamp

2.porto

3.souvenir sheet 

B.Chapter Two: The vienna Printing Stamp in 1950(RIS overprint)

1.stamp

2.porto

3.souvenir sheet 

C.Chapter Three: The Vienna Printing Stamp Used On cover.

1. CTO Postal used Cover

2.CTO On Fragment

3. Guinine Postal Used Cover.

Book IV : The Indonesian Vienna Printing stamp Literature

1. Indonesian issued

2. abroad isssued

a. Dutch

b.USA

c.Other countries

 

__________________________________________________________________________

 

Introductions 

Misteri  Benda Pos dan document  

Prangko Cetak Wina

1949/1950                                                                                                           

1. The  Indonesia vienna printing  still mistery until this day,because not exist the history of  this stamps issued at Jogya Post Office in 1949-1950 . Many fact must  still mistery like :

Misteri dari prangko Indonesia  Cetak wina 1949-1950 sampai saat ini masih menjadi suatu misteri, karena sejarah tentang penerbitan prangko ini di Jogya masih belum terungkap, antara lain 

:(1)The stamps issued by whom.(prangko ini diterbitkan atas gagasan siapa),

(2)Who painted the stamp’s design ( siapa yang mengambar desain prangko ini,)

(3) Are this stamp issued ,by sold in the post office and use on cover postally(Apakah Prangko ini pernah dijual diloket kantor pos jogya dan dipergunakan untuk pengiriman surat ?) Until this day I had nevers een the guinine postal used cover, only CTO Cover exist. ( sampai saat ini saya belum pernah melihat prangko cetak wina yang terkirim liwat pos, yang ada dalam bentu CTO saja.)

2. BUKU INI DISUSUN BERDASARKAN KOLEKSI PRIBARI Dr IWAN SUWANDY. ANTARA LAIN:

(1) .Information about Indonesian Vienna Printing stamp based on my several vintage Vienna Printing  Books and collections(Dr iwan Collections) and also my friend collections.

(2) My article about CTO stamp included Indonesian Vienna printing stamps in my web blog Driwancybermuseum April 2011. This article had comment by Ir MF Hartman and he asked me more info , as the premium member , this book I write special for him and I hope this information  useable for upgrade his vienna printing collections.

(a) Viena Printing stamp info from netherland collectors ABOUT THE CONTACT BETWEEN sTOLOW usA WITH jOGYA pOSTAL oFFICE IN 1949 in dutch language

Weense Drukken

Een vreemd intermezzo zijn de in Philadelphia, USA en Wenen, Oostenrijk gedrukte plaatjeszegels ‘Repoeblik Indonesia’ welke volgens zeggen ook in Indonesië uitkwamen, naar het schijnt vanaf 17 december 1949 – dus kort na de souvereiniteitsoverdracht – alleen op het postkantoor Djocja (Java). Die plaatjeszegels waren in de handel gebracht door postzegelhandel Stolow in New York. Ze worden ‘Weense Drukken’ genoemd. De listige heer Stolow had in 1948 in New York een postzegelcontract gesloten met Indonesische delegatieleden bij de UNO resp. de ‘ambassadeur’. Als dat zo is, dan waren die heren daartoe niet bevoegd en de Djawatan PTT wist van niets. Geen nood: in opdracht van Stolow werden in de USA en Oostenrijk ca 700 verschillende ‘Weense Drukken’ Repoeblik/Republik Indonesia zegels en blokken geproduceerd, getand en ongetand, met en zonder overdruk, en wereldwijd in de handel gebracht. Ze werden zelfs bij de Wereldpostvereniging, de UPU aangemeld. Gebruikt zijn ze voor zover ik weet, alleen bekend als maakwerk, bijvoorbeeld op brieven door Stolow aan zichzelf geschreven en niet door de reguliere post bezorgd. Ongebruikt/postfris kan men Weense Drukken nog steeds vinden in de handel, rondzending en postzegelmarkt. Mijn opinie: pure nep. Vele Indonesische verzamelaars vinden dat misschien ook maar Weense Drukken zijn sinds uitgave 1997 wel in de Prangko te vinden.

er verschenen in ‘Onder de Loupe’ van PV Haarlemmermeer. Ik heb gebruik kunnen maken van op- en aanmerkingen van Leo Vosse van Vereniging Dai Nippon waarvoor mijn dank. De tekst is echter voor mijn verantwoording.

Voor Ned.Indië postzegels geeft de NVPH catalogus informatie. Voor Repoeblik postzegels kan men terecht bij de Prangko Indonesian Stamp Catalogue en/of  de 1945-49 catalogus van de Vereniging Dai Nippon. Ook de z.g  ‘Weense Drukken’ (zie onder) zijn daarin vermeld.

 another info of staaddruckrei wien where the vienana stamp were printing

(1) From Catalogue

Non issued stamps,Vienna issues, inscription: ‘REPOEBLIK INDONESIA’ or ‘REPUBLIK INDONESIA’ and ‘staatsdruckerei Wien’ in small letters at the bottom of the stamp.

 

 

Scott Catalogue

 
Figure 6. A 5-rupiah Military Officer with Flag stamp (Scott 51).

The nationalist authorities also ordered new stamps inscribed “Repoeblik Indonesia” or “Republik Indonesia,” printed by the Austrian State Printing Office in Vienna. Known as the Vienna issues, these stamps were first listed by the Scott standard catalog in the 2008 edition. A 5-rupiah Vienna issue, the Military Officer with Flag stamp (Scott 51), is shown in Figure 6.

(2) The picture of the staad druckreei wien(The viena City Printing office)

please compare with the viena design print in USA, and the mad price of the Indonesian trader of the common unissued stamps below(the collectors must be careful) Please compare between the  really fair price  with the mad price :

THE FAIR PRICE

 
 
 
 
 
 
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 PERANGKO/ BAYAR PORT CETAKAN WINA – AUSTRIA.

Jumlah  : 13 Lembar ( 1 Set )
Harga   : Rp. 4 Juta. (be care full this mad price, I have evers seen this stamps in full sheet complete-Dr iwan S) 
Kondisi : Mint .

                            Perangko  yang banyak dibicarakan 
                       oleh  Para Kolektor dan Penjual dari Luar negeri. 
                        
                               seri cetakan Wina dan Philadelphia.
                      

Jual PERANGKO/ BAYAR PORT CETAKAN WINA - AUSTRIA.

 
 

DI JUAL PERANGKO RIS MISCUT.( LANGKA )(off center-dr iwan)

Jumlah    : 1 Lembar.
Nominal  :  50 Sen
Kondisi   : MINT
Harga     :  Rp. 4 Juta.(this mad price,be careful,I have block twenty of this stamps -Dr Iwan)

Keterangan : Perangko Ini Merupakan Cetakan WINA – AUSTRIA.

Jual PERANGKO RIS MISCUT ( Cetakan Wina - Austria )

 
 

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(2) Dr Iwan Information about Vienna Printing stamp:

(a)THE WIEN STAMPS (PRANGKO CETAK WINA)

STILL IN DISCUSSION, ABOUT SOME POSTALLY USED WIEN STAMP ON COVER TO ADIS ABEBA  AND USA, BUT I THINK THSI IS ONLY PHILLATELIC CREATION OR CTO.(THE ILLUSTRATION WERE NO CLEAR,ONLY FOTOCOPY FROM OLD USA  MAGAZINE 1950)

 

(b)I HAVE REP.INDONESIA  SOUVENIER BOOK DURING INTERNATIONA UPU CONFRENCE  FLORENCE 1950 WITH WIEN STAMPS , THIS OFFICIAL GUININE OR TRADER CTO,PLEASE WHO HAVE THE SAME COLLECTIONS TO COMMENT.

Artikel saya tentang prangko CTO  termasuk prangko cetak wina di web blog Driwancybermuseum. April 2011.Artikel ini mendapat tanggapan dari Ir MF Hartman dan ia meminta informasi lebih lanjut,sebagai anggota premium blog ini,buku ini saya tulis khusus untuknya semoga dapat menambah informasi bagi koleksinya.

(c) Ir MF Hartman Literature send to me and he asked the information about that literature.

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Dear Mr Suwandy, Thank you for all the answers.I know mr Bulterman very well, he lives in France at the moment so we only have e-mail contact.The picture of the Banteng was not a stamp but a design for the stamp, an original drawing! It is very important for me if you could help me for instance with a copy of the particulary catalogue of which I sent you a scan of the cover in my last e-mail. If you think you can help me with this copy and maybe with some other copies and information I like to become a premium member. Van: Iwan SuwandyVerzonden: vrijdag 15 april 2011 6:04
Aan: Architectenbureau Ir M.F. Hartkamp
Onderwerp: Re: 07 – Vienna printings of Indonesia

On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 4:13 AM, Architectenbureau Ir M.F. Hartkamp <

Dear Sir Suwandy, Thank you for your reaction, Hereby I send you a scan of a real rare painting; it’s made by the Austrian Prof. Ernst Schrom, who designed a great number of the Vienna printings. Would you please be so kind to tell me how I can become a Premium member and what are the advantages of such a membership? How much do I have to pay for this membership? I like to have information about the archive you have about the Vienna printings. It is very important for me to know what kind of material about these Vienna Printings you have in your archive.  However I have a great number of publications, I am still looking for some particularly others. For instance I like to know where I can become a (collar) copy of the catalogue of: Indonesian Postage Stamps (I attached a scan of this catalogue)  I would like to have a copy of the next catalogue as well:  Katalogus dari Perangko2 Republik Indonesia 1959. Edisi Ke I. Popular Katalogus (33 pages) . Soon I will write in Holland and in the USA some articles in philatelic magazines, ofcourse I will mention all the people who have helped me with gattering all the information about this subject! If I can help you with your investigations about the Vienna printings it would be an honour for me to help you with information about this subject. Best regards Maarten Hartkamp
(2)Majallah dan buku album prangko dengan prangko cetak wina.tahun 1950..

Magazine  and stamp album indonesian vienna printing stamp in 1950-1955

(c) another Indonesian collectors info

(c1)

Prangko Cetak tindih

April 23, 2010 — satriyo57

Prangko cetak tindih VS biasa.
Di cetak oleh Staatdruckerei Wien Schrom – Tahun 1949.

Prangko Wanita memBatik

April 23, 2010 — satriyo57

Prangko Wanita memBatik Cetakkan Staatdruckerei Wien Schrom – Tahun 1949.
Merupakan bukti sejarah bahwa Batik milik bangsa Indonesia.
(bandingkan Malaysia baru merdeka 31 Agustus 1957, jadi jangan ngaku-ngaku)

Prangko Presiden Republik Indonesia Pertama Ir. Soekarno

April 23, 2010 — satriyo57

Prangko Presiden Republik Indonesia Pertama Ir. Soekarno
Dicetak oleh Staatdruckerei Wien Schrom – Tahun 1949.

 

Saksi Sejarah demi tegaknya NKRI

Saksi sejarah demi tegaknya NKRI.

Dengan terbitnya prangko di cetak  STAATSDRUCKEREI-WIEN- SCHROM

Dicetak tahun 1949.

(4)Buku suvernir kongres UPU di Florence tahun 1950 dengan prongko cetak wina dalam kondisi mint.

(b)I HAVE REP.INDONESIA  SOUVENIER BOOK DURING INTERNATIONA UPU CONFRENCE  FLORENCE 1950 WITH WIEN STAMPS , THIS OFFICIAL GUININE OR TRADER CTO,PLEASE WHO HAVE THE SAME COLLECTIONS TO COMMENT.

The Special Indonesia souvenier for the UPU congrees at Florence with mint vienana printing stamps,1950.

(5) Dr Iwan Postal  and document History which collected from 1979,the biggest founded in 1985,1989 and 1994.included stamps, postal cover  and  ,document ,literature .etc

Koleksi Dr iwan yang dikumpulkan sejak tahun 1979, yang paling banyak ditemui tahun 1985 ,1989 dan 1994

2.Buku ini masih banyak kekurangannya ,oleh karena itu saran dan koreksi dari para pembaca sanagat diharapkan.

This Book still haven’t complete , that is why need more suggestion and corection from the collectors and historian.

3.Terima kasih atas bantuan yang telah diberikan kepada saya,mohon maaf karena berbagai keterbatasan,namanya tidak dapat saya sebutkan,untuk itu saya haturkan terima kasih,karena tanpa bantuan para sahabat tersebut buku ini tidak akan terwujud.

Thanks very much to all my frien which given many info ,without their helping this book cann’t finish, Iam sorry I cannot write their name.

4. To all Postal  , Picture and Historian collector, this the interesting and informatif historic collections book special for you,espescially the web blog premium emember.also the Indonesian young generation.

Kepada seluruh kolektor postal history dan dokumen sejarah, buku ini ini khusus buat anda semoga ada manfaaatnya terutama kepada generasi Muda Indonesia.

Jakarta April 2011.

Dr Iwan Suwandy

PS the Chapter One will add tomorrow.plesea visit back.

the end @copryright Dr Iwan suwandy 2011

Driwan Adenture to Saigon(HCM city) :”Kisah Pertualangan Dr Iwan Ke Saigon”

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

     WELCOME TO THE MAIN HALL OF FREEDOM               

  SELAMAT DATANG DI GEDUNG UTAMA “MERDEKA

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

The Driwan’s 

Travelling  Cybermuseum

Showecase:

Map of Vietnam

Map of Vietnam

Map of Vietnam

 The Driwan’s Indochina Travel first and second days

THE EX INDOCHINA TRAVELLING (TIPS TOUR INDOCHINA)

1.HARI PERTAMA(FIRST DAYS)

a.DEPATURE FROM Jakarta indonesia(  Berangkat dari Jakarta airpot SUTA)

b.Arrive(Tiba di )Airport Tan son Nhat Ho Chi Minh City

 

Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City - The Saigon Airport

1)Exchange money to dong(Tukar uang 100 dolar menjadi Dong)

2)Buy ticket to Hue(Beli Tiket Pesawat Ke Hue tgl 18 Juni pagi)

   

Departure Flight Options

Ho Chi Minh City , VN To HUE , VN Saturday, June 18

15 Jun

Wednesday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

16 Jun

Thursday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

17 Jun

Friday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

18 Jun

Saturday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

19 Jun

Sunday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

20 Jun

Monday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

21 Jun

Tuesday

From 1,181,000 VND

 

                                                                 

 

 

 

 

Departure Flight Options

Ho Chi Minh City , VN To Siem Reap , KH Saturday, June 18

15 Jun

Wednesday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

16 Jun

Thursday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

17 Jun

Friday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

18 Jun

Saturday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

19 Jun

Sunday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

20 Jun

Monday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

21 Jun

Tuesday

From 3,494,000 VND

 

                                                                 

 

 

, if not possible ,other alternative by ticket to (bila tidak ada tiket)alternative

By Ticket to(Beli tiket ke): Phon Phem. Or Siem riep Cambodia

3) Out of Airport(keluar airport) Get the best Taxi Vietnam Tourist Taxi

 
photo

Vios Club

Toyota Vios’ taxis run amok in Ho Chi Minh City. Vehicles here are left hand drives.

Taxi Rate(Naik Taxi ,biaya) 80.000-120.000 dong(sekitar us $ 10.-).or by bus n0 152 to saigon bus station at the front of Benh than market HCM city

 

c.Go to Hotel(Perjalanan menuju   )Phi Vu hotel

 

,location at corner  (lokasi persimpangan) Nguyen trai dan Lel Loi ,look the map

didepannya ada patung Le Loi naik kuda.

Address(Alamat) 7 Nguyen Trai Street Ben Thanh Ward District 1 HCM City,tel (84.8)839 8479, email: phivuhotel@saigonnet.vn.

Via pengurus Hotel, bila tidak berhasil di airport dapt diurus tiket Vietnam airlines dari HCM city ke Hue hari ke tiga atau ke Phom phen

 From the hotel, it takes just 15 minutes to walk to the Ben Thanh Market, and 10 minutes to the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the central post office.  
   
  Address: 7 Nguyen Trai St, Ben Thanh Ward, Ho Chi MinhTel: 84.8.28298479 email: phivuhotel@saigonnet.vn

 

 

 

 

 

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Ben Thanh Market – Number one on any trip to Saigon Vietnam should be the historic Ben Thanh Market; located in District one, this market once the main market for locals is now focused squarely at the countries ever expanding international visitors, shoppers still get a feel for how the market was pre 1990 when Vietnam opened its doors to the west and international tourists. The variety of items for sale at Ben Thanh market is quite staggering with the sale of everything from Clothing, fabrics, cosmetics, fake Rolex and coffee thru to fruit vegetables and live animals.

Some facts about: Ben Thanh market dates back to the 17th century when it was an uncovered muddy market located near the Saigon wharf (Ben) and the Turtle Citadel (Quy Thanh) Ben Thanh Market has moved and been rebuilt twice with its current location/building being opened in March 1914, the buildings landmark clock tower is the symbol of Saigon

 

 

d. walking to market to night food (Jalan kaki ke pasar) beh than market ,for night shopping and food.(shoping dan makan malam,kepitingnya murah dan lezat)

Ben Thanh Market – Number one on any trip to Saigon Vietnam should be the historic Ben Thanh Market; located in District one, this market once the main market for locals is now focused squarely at the countries ever expanding international visitors, shoppers still get a feel for how the market was pre 1990 when Vietnam opened its doors to the west and international tourists. The variety of items for sale at Ben Thanh market is quite staggering with the sale of everything from Clothing, fabrics, cosmetics, fake Rolex and coffee thru to fruit vegetables and live animals.

Some facts about: Ben Thanh market dates back to the 17th century when it was an uncovered muddy market located near the Saigon wharf (Ben) and the Turtle Citadel (Quy Thanh) Ben Thanh Market has moved and been rebuilt twice with its current location/building being opened in March 1914, the buildings landmark clock tower is the symbol of Saigon

 Back from market to phivu hotel II.through the beautiful garden and many native vietnamese sold fruit there.

 

THE SECOND DAY (Hari Kedua )

Pagi (morning)

1.breakfest broilled roaster(ayam bakar)  at the small street in the front phivu hotel(makan pagi) ayam pangang dijalan depan phi vu hotel ) and the to the back to binh than market after turn to the right(menuju belakang Pasar  Binh Than setelah belok kanan )

2.After that to Remant vietnam war museum look my profile in the front of museum

also the war remmant at the left

then  walking to Pasteur street

Đường – Pasteur – Street

 

Đường - Pasteur - Street

 

 

More photos by Vietnam Atlas

 
 
 
 
 
 
in 6th Ward, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

 

 ,turn left  to basilica Notre Dam

and the old saigon post office

(Selanjutnya ke Museum Perang HCM city dan Museum HCM city dan Cathedral Basilica serta Kantor pos Saigon)

 
     
  Notre Dame Cathedral: Site of an old Pagoda    
     
   
 In 1959 with the approval of the Vatican the cathedral was named Notre Dame. It is supposed to sit on the site of an old pagoda. The neo-Romanesque architecture is complete with two-40m square bell towers. The garden outside is a popular gathering place.FROM THE NOTREDAM BASILICA TO THE OLD SAIGON POST OFFICE IN THE LEFT OF THE BASILICA.Address:Notre Dame Cathedral, 1 Commune of Paris, Dist. 1 FROM BASILICA KE OLD SAIGON POST OFFICEAND THEN BY BUS TO SAIGON BUS STATION IN THE FRONT OF BINH THAN MARKET.
     
 Then Central Market or Ben Thanh Market is the biggest of the markets found in the city The building was formerly the main railway terminal. The market sells a large variety of goods from imported electronics and imported perfumes to local souvenirs, clothing and produce.
   

 

     
  Ben Thanh market: Markets    
 
 
 While the crafts and other goods are on the inside of the market, the produce, flowers, and meats are generally sold on the pavements and alleys surrounding the building.Address: Ben Thanh Market, Le Loi St., Dist.1
 
     

 

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 Right outside the Ben Thanh Market on Le Loi Circle is the statues of General Tran Nguyen Han, a 15th-century warrior. The Circle is a busy roundabout for traffic.Address: Le Loi Blvd.
 

 

3.Take Bus to Saigon Bus Station(Naik Bus jurusan stasiun Saigon)

4.makan siang nasi campur(midday food pork rice at the front of bus station.

5.pasar antik(antique market)

6. shopping di pasar  binh than sampai malam

 

     
 Then Central Market or Ben Thanh Market is the biggest of the markets found in the city The building was formerly the main railway terminal. The market sells a large variety of goods from imported electronics and imported perfumes to local souvenirs, clothing and produce.
   
 
 
     

 

     
  Ben Thanh market: Markets    
 
 
 While the crafts and other goods are on the inside of the market, the produce, flowers, and meats are generally sold on the pavements and alleys surrounding the building.Address: Ben Thanh Market, Le Loi St., Dist.1
 
     

 

Right outside the Ben Thanh Market on Le Loi Circle is the statues of General Tran Nguyen Han, a 15th-century warrior. The Circle is a busy roundabout for traffic.

Address: Le Loi Blvd.

 

ANOTHER ALTERNATIF

Bus Station HCM city

Getting to Ho Chi Minh City: By bus

If you take a bus, you will end up at one of the following bus stations:

  • Cho Ben Thanh Bus Station – This is right in the centre of HCMC, in walking distance of the tourist sites and accomadation

 

the end @ copyright Dr Iwan Suwandy 2011