I recall thinking to myself after recording the piece to camera "did I say accession?" but decided to let it go.
I shot a load of moving footage of the palace and harem, but I may not bore you with it. Who wants to watch someone else's holiday videos on YouTube? The plan is to stick to videos that are about something reasonably specific.
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