Picture Of VisAVis Carriage
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A description of Vis A Vis Carriage as shown in picture above! Vis A Vis Carriage picture was taken on location at the London Harness Horse Parade 2005 show held in Battersea Park, London, UK. The word Vis A Vis means; "a carriage with seating capacity for persons facing each other, or a carriage in which two persons sit face to face, or a carriage so arranged that the occupants are face to face while sitting on opposite sides." Names of horse drawn carriages began when the aristocrats embarked on being in possession of horse drawn carriages for different occasions such as having a carriage for an evening drive or carriages for making morning calls. Among the influential aristocrats, visiting approached, a form of ceremonial behaviour, with visits being made during certain hours or at certain times of day required men and women to wear a different suit and different types of dress. Women in general were encouraged to wear either a walking dress or a carriage dress, but they could only wear a carriage dress if they had made plans to arrived in a carriage!
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