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Tanji Johnson

Tanji Johnson is an American IFBB professional fitness competitor. She is the winner of Fitness International title at the Arnold Sports Festival in 2013. After her childhood and youth as a military brat, Johnson attended the United States Air Force Academy and graduated in 1997 and was commissioned as a United States Air Force officer, she appeared in her first competition in the year 1998, taking a year off when she was assigned for the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. A resident of Renton, Johnson works as a personal trainer, a coach for physique competitors, as well as a promoter for the National Physique Committee, co-promoting the Vancouver Natural Bodybuilding and Tanji Johnson Fitness/Figure Classic competitions covering Pacific Northwest, she participated in 2008 TV series American Gladiators. Johnson is a "muscular Christian" and she has a younger sister named Safiya, an IFBB pro bikini competitor. Tanji Johnson official website

Weikersheim Castle

Weikersheim Palace is a palace in Weikersheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It was built in the 12th century, however the exact year is not known; the palace was the traditional seat of the princely family of Hohenlohe, has been owned by the state of Baden-Württemberg since 1967 when the palace was bought from the estate of Prince Constantin von Hohenlohe, who had encouraged arts-related activities at the palace. Visitors can tour the Baroque garden with many statues. Today the palace is home to the Jeunesses Musicales Germany during the summer and the Weikersheim Think Tank, a conservative think tank, it is used for large gatherings and weddings. Wilhelm Gradmann: Burgen und Schlösser in Hohenlohe. DRW-Verlag, Stuttgart 1982, ISBN 3-87181-209-9. Frank Thomas Lang: Schloss Weikersheim in Renaissance und Barock: Geschichte und Geschichten einer Residenz in Hohenlohe. Staatsanzeiger-Verlag, Stuttgart 2006. ISBN 3-929981-58-0. Klaus Merten: Schloss Weikersheim. Hg. v.d. Staatl. Schlössern und Gärten Baden-Württemberg in Verbindung mit dem Staatsanzeiger für Baden-Württemberg GmbH..

Heidelberg: Brausdruck, o. J. ISBN 3-932489-05-5 Jost Weyer: Graf Wolfgang II. von Hohenlohe und die Alchemie: alchemistische Studien in Schloß Weikersheim. Forschungen aus Württembergisch Franken, Band 39. Thorbecke, Sigmaringen 1992. ISBN 3-7995-7639-8. Alfons Elfgang, Rosemarie Münzenmayer: Schlossgarten Weikersheim. Hg. v.d. Staatl. Schlössern und Gärten Baden-Württemberg in Verbindung mit dem Staatsanzeiger für Baden-Württemberg GmbH.. Neubearbeitung Brausdruck, Heidelberg 1999. ISBN 3-932489-10-1. Weikersheim Palace and Garden Schloss Weikersheim bei den Staatlichen Schlössern und Gärten Baden-Württemberg Schloss und Schlossgarten Weikersheim in Landeskunde online