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Ming dynasty

raising a minor city-state to world prominence. The world map includes some 1,700 provinces and sea zones. Many provinces in the Americas, Africa, and Oceania are not owned by any country, allowing for colonization. thumb right 200px Kangxi reign mark on a piece of late nineteenth century blue and white porcelain. (Image:Kangxi mark.jpg) Image:Mid15thCenturyPotteryNorthernItaly.jpg thumb 200px Italian pottery of the mid-15th century shows heavy influences from Chinese ceramics


Yerevan

authorlink Jean-Marie Chopin The 18th-century Blue Mosque of Yerevan (Blue Mosque, Yerevan) was restored and reopened in the latter half of the 1990s funded by Iran, to become the only active mosque throughout the Republic of Armenia. Nowadays, Islamic religious services are conducted within the Blue Mosque


Mexico City

Casa de los Azulejos (Casa de los Azulejos, Mexico City) - clad with 18th-century blue-and-white talavera tiles, and many more churches, cathedrals, museums, and palaces of the elite. '''José Antonio Serrano Argüelles''' (May 17, 1955, Mexico City) is a Mexican (Mexico) film director, actor, playwright and screenwriter. He graduated with a degree in Communications (Communication studies) from the Universidad


Netherlands

Chinese export porcelains made for the Dutch market were made in large numbers throughout the 17th Century. Blue and white Delftware was itself extensively copied by factories in other European countries, including England, where it is known as ''English Delftware.'' The next agent recruited abroad by the Committee was Charles W. F. Dumas, a Swiss journalist at The Hague. Dumas was briefed personally by Thomas Story, a courier of the Committee, and instructed on the use


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