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Sudak

the Cumans. Stone figures called Stone babas, which are found throughout southern Ukraine, were closely connected with the Cuman religious cult of shamanism. The Cumans tolerated all religions and Islam and Christianity spread quickly among them. As they were close to the Kyivan Rus’ principalities, the Cuman khans and important families began to Slavicize their names, for example, Yaroslav Tomzakovych, Hlib Tyriievych, Yurii Konchakovych, and Danylo Kobiakovych. Ukrainian princely families were


Baalbek

metres broad, cut from limestone. They weigh approximately 800 tons each. Wikipedia:Baalbek Commons:Baalbek


Abkhazia

the Gagra Range comes most closely to the Bzyb Range is called ''Stone Sack'' and is a popular tourist attraction. One can see mountains of both ranges overhead. This is a view from the Stone Sack to the lower stream of the Bzyb River. '''Bzyb Range''' ( WikiPedia:Abkhazia Commons:Abkhazia


Kingston upon Hull

been added to rinse water for centuries, first in the form of powder blue or smalt, or using small lumps of indigo and starch, called stone blue. After the invention of synthetic ultramarine and Prussian blue it was manufactured by many companies, including Mrs. Stewart's Bluing in the USA, Reckitt's (Reckitt Benckiser) Crown Blue in Hull (Kingston upon Hull) and Dolly Blue in Cumbria. It was popular until the mid-20th century in the UK and USA, and is still widely used in India


Australia

. They established two conservatories, two theaters, and several symphony orchestras and published a number of art magazines. After the victory of Bolsheviks the majority of these people moved to Australia, China, United States, and other countries. By 1926 the population of Vladivostok totalled 108,000 people. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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