Where is this photo taken? (Anyone can post a photo)

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Easy one.
There was a historiographical tradition claiming that xx_ himself adopted both the flag and the patron saint from this republic at some point during his crusade. This idea can be traced a "common belief", and it is still popularly repeated today even though it cannot be substantiated as historical.

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is this Malta?
 

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where are we. There was a massacre in this area in February 13, 1692 which was the historical precedent for the Red Wedding episode of GOT.

You mean here... I know it's been answered, but I was pulling out photos of our trip to Scotland to post up 10170028.JPG

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I do believe I mentioned Torridon and it's only 13.5 miles from there so I'm having that one ;)

I was just looking at all my Scotland photos and sighing loudly
Well, here's a few more photos to help you get through it...
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Ok, as you the only one left playing along, it is the Brecon Beacons, the range where the SAS are know to train (once quite tragically). The ponies are from the old Welsh mining pits.
the only place in the British Isles I didn't guess and I've been there several times 🤷‍♀️
 
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