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   was ridden by   
The Iron Duke
   is a nickname for   
The Duke of Wellington
The nicname didn't come from his military prowess. His actions as Prime Minister were so unpopular that he had to fit iron shutters to his windows to prevent mobs breaking them.
New Zealand
   has the capital   
Originally Auckland was the capital, but in 1876 Wellington became capital as it is more central. It was named after the first Duke of Wellington. Wellington sits on a fault line and is prone to earthquakes, some quite severe. The city is often referred to as Windy Wellington.
Basin Reserve
   test cricket ground is in   
In Wellington, New Zealand. Was first used for Test cricket on 24th January 1930
"I'll Gladly Pay You Tuesday for a Hamburger Today"
   is the catch phrase of   
J. Wellington Wimpy
74th Congress
   the Speaker was   
Joseph Wellington Byrns
Tennessee -- January 3 1935 - June 4, 1936 (Died In Office as Speaker)
Napoleon & the Duke of Wellington
   led opposing forces at the   
Battle of Waterloo
The arrival of Blucher's Prussian army turned the tide against Napoleon in what Wellington described as a "Damn near-run thing".
John Glover
Mount Wellington and Hobart Town from Kangaroo Point
1834, Australia; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
John Wellington Wells
   appears in   
The Sorcerer
Duke Of Wellington
   appeared in   
Lady Caroline Lamb
Musée Wellington
   is situated in   
Waterloo, Belgium
Wellington Testimonial
   stands/stood in   
Phoenix Park
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
   had the sobriquet   
The Iron Duke
Wellington Range
   are located in   
Situated in Tasmania
Back to God's Country (1919)
Nell Shipman, Charles Arling, Wheeler Oakman and Wellington A. Playter
Director: David Hartford. After her father is killed by an outlaw, Dolores (Shipman) marries Peter (Oakman). While they're at sea in Artic, Dolores meets the ship's captain...
Duke of Wellington
   was U.K. Prime Minister from   
Tory, Arthur Wellesley
   is situated in   
New Zealand
   has a variety named   
   has a variety named   
Wellington Bloomless
   is at   
41°17'S 174°47'E
New Zealand
Mike Wellington
   is played by Christopher Walken in   
The Stepford Wives (2004)
Duke of Wellington

1828-1830, 1834. Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
   appears in   
Mark Haddon
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Michael Fowler Centre
   is in   
Home to the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Dr. Wellington Yueh
   is a fictional doctor in   
(1984) Played by Dean Stockwell.
Te Papa Tongarewa Museum
   is situated in   
Wellington, New Zealand
Art, history, Maori culture
Wellington, New Zealand
   is at   
41°19'S 174°46'E
Matthew Cotes Wyatt
   created the sculpture   
Statue of the Duke of Wellington, 1846
Russell Crowe
   was born in   
Wellington, New Zealand
April 7, 1964
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Wellington's Victory
Op. 91
Opus 91
Battle Symphony "Wellington's Victory"
Dedicated to Prince Regent (later King) George IV of England
Miramar, Wellington, NZ
   is the address of   
Weta Workshop

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