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    The history of afternoon tea dates back to 1840 in England when the seventh Duchess of Bedford found herself hungry mid afternoon as dinners were only served at 8:00 PM. She began to invite her friends and it has since turned into a tradition continued today. The Empress hotel in Victoria, Canada has continued this tradition since opening it's doors in 1908. It's a reminder food is something to be shared.
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    Great light, great textures and great history in your caption! I love that you use this caption to remind us that food and drink is something to be shared. Now I'll go warm some water for tea...

    Kristen McNicholas
    Associate Photo Editor, Nat Geo Your Shot
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    Date Uploaded: Dec 12, 2018
    Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
    Copyright: © Cindy K
    Categories: Culture, Food, Style
    Assignments: Shall We Eat?