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Granby, Quebec

in the township of the same name, known for its annual song and musical festival. Another well known town is Bromont, located in the southwestern corner of Shefford Township. The town has an IBM plant and was the site of the 1976 Summer Olympics equestrian (equestrianism) events. Prior to the 1997–98 QMJHL season, the Granby Prédateurs, winners of the 1996 Memorial Cup, relocated from Granby, Quebec to Sydney, Nova Scotia and were renamed the Cape Breton Screaming


Butuan

2071 title Butuan Archeological Sites - UNESCO World Heritage Centre publisher Whc.unesco.org date accessdate 2014-01-02 On 1001 CE, the kingdom had established contact with the Song Dynasty of China. The annual ''Song Shih'' recorded the appearance of a Butuan mission at the Chinese imperial court, and the kingdom was described as a small Hindu (Hinduism) country with a Buddhist (Theravada Buddhism) monarchy, which had a regular trade connection


Tokyo

that documented this annual song festival. As a result of this success, "Love Is Not Enough" was released as a single in Japan. This first version was produced by Tom Scott, and is a different arrangement from the one that subsequently appeared on ''Two Man Band''. Plachy's family moved to New York City due to the Hungarian Revolution (Hungarian Revolution of 1956). There she met the photographer Andre Kertesz. Plachy's photo essays and portraits have appeared in ''The New York Times Magazine'', ''The Village Voice'', ''The New Yorker'', ''Granta'', ''Artforum'', ''Fortune (Fortune (magazine))'', and other publications. They have been exhibited in galleries and museums in Berlin, Budapest, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Paris and Tokyo, and they are in collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. While Dries Van Noten works and lives in Antwerp, the brand has shops in multiple locations worldwide. The first, opening in Antwerp in 1989, was "Het Modepaleis". Shop openings in Hong Kong and Tokyo followed. In early 2007, a shop was opened in Paris, decorated with antiques collected by Van Noten and his partner Patrick Vangheluwe, WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


Greece

and Haris Alexiou, giving concerts with the most notable at the Rainbow, London (June). In the same year, she released her first studio album named ''As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi'' and won the prize for best singer and best song (''As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi'') of the year at the Annual Song Festival of Thessaloniki (Palais des Sports). In 1978 she was proposed by ERT (Greek National Television) to represent Greece at the 23rd Eurovision Song Contest. There were two candidate songs: ''Poso S' Agapo'' and ''O Kyrios Nobel''. Finally, due to controversies between the composers of the songs, her participation was disqualified and Tania Tsanaklidou went to the contest. Her second album ''Kitrino Galazio'' was released in 1979 and produced the hit ''Aftos Pou Perimeno'' ("The one I'm waiting for"). The album reached platinum status and became the best-selling record of the year in Greece. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Poland

;task view&id 334&Itemid 34, "Sopot Summer Capital" , Polish Cultures It was the biggest Polish music festival altogether with the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole, and one of the biggest annual song contest in Europe. The contest was transmitted live by the Polish state television, TVP (Telewizja Polska) between 1994 and 2004. Later, the concert was broadcasted by the private media station TVN (TVN (Poland)). After Isidore had received funding from Vasili II, he went to Florence to attend the continuation of the Council of Basel in 1439. He was made a cardinal (Cardinal (Catholicism))-presbyter and a papal legate for the provinces of Lithuania, Livonia, all Russia and Galicia (Galicia (Central Europe)) (Poland). During this Council, Isidore fervently defended the union between the Churches of East and West, but he was opposed only by the secular representative from Russia - ambassador (Ambassador (diplomacy)) Foma (Thomas) of Tver. Finally, the union agreement was signed and Isidore returned to Russia. In 1437 he was sent by the Byzantine Patriarch Joseph II (Patriarch Joseph II of Constantinople) (1416–39, a conspicuous friend of reunion, who died a Catholic at Florence) to be Metropolitan of Moscow As soon as he arrived he began to arrange a Russian legation for the council about to be held at Ferrara. The Russian tsar, Vassili II (Vasili II of Russia) (1425–62), made difficulties about this, and let him go eventually only after he had promised to come back with "the rights of Divine law and the constitution of the holy Church" uninjured. Syropulus and other Greek writers charge Isidore with perjury because in spite of this he accepted the union. Only after its internet debut in 2000, ''Happy Tree Friends'' became an unexpected success, getting over 15 million hits each month, WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


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