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and incentives to fulfill their purposes. The Institute provides library services, art workshops, and a variety of shows and cultural work from the different neighborhoods of the city. The city sponsors these cultural activities with private investment. Bucaramanga also features a cultural radio station (Station Cultural Luis Carlos Galán Sarmiento) on 100.7 FM. Gastronomy thumb Corn arepa and tamal pelao typical food of Bucaramanga Santander and Santander. (File:Arepa y Tamal Santandereano.jpg) In Bucaramanga, you can find all kinds of restaurants specializing in all types of cuisine. A significant number of restaurants are located in the central area of Llano. Typical dishes from Bucaramanga include: the Santander-mute a soup made from various grains and accompanied by various types of meat, the fricassee, a preparation of viscera and blood of goat mixed with white rice camuro and accompanied by roasted kid, oread meat, corn arepa pela'o, and the tamale sobrebarriga. The ants culonas (Atta laevigata) is perhaps the most striking and unique of the foods of Santander, and are abundant in the months of March and April. To make this dish, they remove the head and wings of local giant ants and roast them in a fire. It is generally served on a platter on the street or are sold in jars of hundreds. Other seasonal foods found in abundance are: traditional sweet celery, lemon, citron, rice, caramel, and pineapple. Most are produced in neighboring Floridablanca. The wafer and veleño sandwich are two other dishes found in great quantity in Bucaramanga. Tourism thumb Hotel Dann Carlton. (File:Hotel Dann Carlton Bucaramanga.JPG) thumb left Chicamocha Canyon, where the National Park or PANACHI Chicamocha, one of the biggest attractions in the region. (File:Cañón delChicamocha Bucaramanga Colombia.JPG) In Bucaramanga and neighboring municipalities can perform a variety of tourism, ecological tourism through its parks, adventure tourism Ruitoque table in 15 minutes from the city is the "Voladero the Eagles" where you can go Paragliding. The downtown area boasts colonial buildings like the churches of San Laureano, Dolores Chapel. Some houses such as the house of Bolivar, of Louis Peru de Lacroix. Other colonial buildings are located in the neighboring municipalities of the city. Bucaramanga tourist diversity earned him being chosen as one of the seven tourist destinations of national pride through a voting process that was convened by Colombia is passion and Bavaria. Bucaramanga has a very good hotel infrastructure composed in part by some of the best hotel chains in the country. Several areas of the city center are important restaurants and nightclubs in the city. Lookouts thumb left view from the observation deck of Bucaramanga Palonegro, near the airport. (File:Mirador palonegro.jpg) '''Morrorico:''' Located east of Bucaramanga, the road to Cucuta, you can see a panorama of the city, here is the statue of Sacred Heart, which is visited at Easter time, and the inhabitants and parishioners sector have the belief that the statue does miracles. Also in this area is planned the construction of a cable car or cable metrocable called to transport the inhabitants of the sector. '''Palonegro:''' On the road to the airport of the same name, where you can have a splendid view of the metropolitan area of Bucaramanga. in place encuentan whereabouts visited several nightclubs and especially on weekends. Natural and Historic around '' 'Chicamocha National Park''' (PANACHI): on the road that leads to Bogotá at the maximum height of the Cordillera Oriental in the municipality of ARATOCA, offers an exceptional view of the mighty river canyon Chicamocha, is equally Chicamocha National Park, from where you can appreciate at its best canons of rivers Chicamocha and Suarez. thumb left Chicamocha National Park, one of the major attractions of the region. (File:Parqueadero Panachi.JPG) '''Giron:''': Located 9 km (mile) of Bucaramanga. Founded in 1631, the gold mines were important during the colonial era of tremendous architectural heritage, which made it a national monument. Stands the Museum of Religious Art, with valuable paintings and ancient liturgical objects, The Basilica of the Lord of Miracles, pilgrimage site, and the Chapel of Corregidor, on the outskirts. '''Socorro (Socorro, Santander):''' Located WikiPedia:Bucaramanga commons:Bucaramanga

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Source: http: wps wcm connect rosstat_main rosstat ru statistics publications catalog doc_1137674209312 Vital statistics class "wikitable" - ! ! width "70pt" Average population (x 1000) ! width "70pt" Live births ! width "70pt" Deaths ! width "70pt" Natural change ! width "70pt" Crude birth rate (per 1000) ! width "70pt" Crude death rate (per 1000) ! width "70pt" Natural change (per 1000) ! width "70pt" Fertility rates - 1970 align "right" 103 align "right" 1,751 align "right" 599 align "right" 1,152 align "right" 17.0 align "right" 5.8 align "right" 11.2 - 1975 align "right" 124 align "right" 2,113 align "right" 627 align "right" 1,486 align "right" 17.0 align "right" 5.1 align "right" 12.0 - 1980 align "right" 143 align "right" 2,208 align "right" 653 align "right" 1,555 align "right" 15.4 align "right" 4.6 align "right" 10.9 - 1985 align "right" 154 align "right" 2,659 align "right" 627 align "right" 2,032 align "right" 17.3 align "right" 4.1 align "right" 13.2 - 1990 align "right" 160 align "right" 2,208 align "right" 598 align "right" 1,610 align "right" 13.8 align "right" 3.7 align "right" 10.1 - 1991 align "right" 153 align "right" 1,912 align "right" 631 align "right" 1,281 align "right" 12.5 align "right" 4.1 align "right" 8.4 - 1992 align "right" 136 align "right" 1,565 align "right" 763 align "right" 802 align "right" 11.5 align "right" 5.6 align "right" 5.9 - 1993 align "right" 118 align "right" 1,191 align "right" 907 align "right" 284 align "right" 10.1 align "right" 7.7 align "right" 2.4 - 1994 align "right" 104 align "right" 1,153 align "right" 884 align "right" 269 align "right" 11.1 align "right" 8.5 align "right" 2.6 - 1995 align "right" 90 align "right" 935 align "right" 816 align "right" 119 align "right" 10.4 align "right" 9.1 align "right" 1.3 - 1996 align "right" 81 align "right" 935 align "right" 816 align "right" 119 align "right" 11.5 align "right" 10.1 align "right" 1.5 - 1997 align "right" 75 align "right" 818 align "right" 598 align "right" 220 align "right" 10.9 align "right" 8.0 align "right" 2.9 - 1998 align "right" 70 align "right" 855 align "right" 612 align "right" 243 align "right" 12.3 align "right" 8.8 align "right" 3.5 - 1999 align "right" 64 align "right" 672 align "right" 530 align "right" 142 align "right" 10.4 align "right" 8.2 align "right" 2.2 - 2000 align "right" 60 align "right" 686 align "right" 570 align "right" 116 align "right" 11.5 align "right" 9.6 align "right" 1.9 - 2001 align "right" 56 align "right" 719 align "right" 701 align "right" 18 align "right" 12.7 align "right" 12.4 align "right" 0.3 - 2002 align "right" 54 align "right" 653 align "right" 611 align "right" 42 align "right" 12.1 align "right" 11.3 align "right" 0.8 - 2003 align "right" 53 align "right" 679 align "right" 562 align "right" 117 align "right" 12.8 align "right" 10.6 align "right" 2.2 - 2004 align "right" 53 align "right" 787 align "right" 623 align "right" 164 align "right" 15.0 align "right" 11.9 align "right" 3.1 - 2005 align "right" 52 align "right" 795 align "right" 597 align "right" 198 align "right" 15.2 align "right" 11.4 align "right" 3.8 - 2006 align "right" 52 align "right" 771 align "right" 585 align "right" 186 align "right" 14.8 align "right" 11.3 align "right" 3.6 - 2007 align "right" 52 align "right" 801 align "right" 595 align "right" 206 align "right" 15.5 align "right" 11.5 align "right" 4.0 - 2008 align "right" 51 align "right" 751 align "right" 620 align "right" 131 align "right" 14.6 align "right" 12.1 align "right" 2.5 - 2009 align "right" 51 align "right" 695 align "right" 640 align "right" 55 align "right" 13.6 align "right" 12.5 align "right" 1.1 align "right" 1,67 - 2010 align "right" 51 align "right" 746 align "right" 698 align "right" 48 align "right" 14.7 align "right" 13.8 align "right" 0.9 align "right" 1,89 - 2011 align "right" 51 align "right" 688 align "right" 560 align "right" 128 align "right" 13.6 align "right" 11.1 align "right" 2.5 align "right" 1,81 - 2012 align "right" 51 align "right" 711 align "right" 580 align "right" 131 align "right" 14.0 align "right" 11.4 align "right" 2.6 align "right" 1,97 - 2013 align "right" 51 align "right" 667 align "right" 533 align "right" 134 align "right" 13.1 align "right" 10.5 align "right" 2.6 align "right" 1,85(e) Ethnic groups According to the 2010 Census (Russian Census (2010)), the ethnic composition was: *Russian (Russians) 52.5% *Chukchi (Chukchis) 26.7% *Ukrainian (Ukrainians) 6% *Yupik (Yupik peoples) 3.2% *Even (Evens) 2.9% *Chuvan (Chuvans) 1.9% *Belarusians 0.96% *Yukaghir 0.4% *other groups of less than one hundred persons each Historical figures are given below: class "wikitable" style "text-align: right;" -bgcolor "#e0e0e0" ! rowspan "2" Ethnic group ! colspan "2" 1939 Census ! colspan "2" 1959 Census ! colspan "2" 1970 Census ! colspan "2" 1979 Census ! colspan "2" 1989 Census ! colspan "2" 2002 Census ! colspan "2" 2010 Census 1 -bgcolor "#e0e0e0" ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % - align "left" Chukchis rowspan "2" 12,111 rowspan "2" 56.2% rowspan "2" 9,975 rowspan "2" 21.4% rowspan "2" 11,001 rowspan "2" 10.9% rowspan "2" 11,292 rowspan "2


'' (Brussels, 1899), of novels ''Një ambasadë e zulluve në Paris'' (An Embassy of the Zulu in Paris) (1922) and ''Doktor Gjilpëra'' (Doctor Needle) (1924), as well as of the historical-cultural work ''Albania—the Rock Garden of South-Eastern Europe'' published posthumously in Massachusetts in 1957. birth_date The '''Bushati family''' was a prominent family in Albanian history for part of the Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) rule of the region. The family ruled the Pashalik of Scutari from 1757 to 1831. Their dominance of the Scutari region was gained through a network of alliances with various highland tribes. Even after the fall of the pashaluk in 1831, the Bushatis continued to play an important role in the Albanian society. During the 19th century, Scutari (Shkodër) was also known as a cultural centre and in the 1840s the Bushati Library was built. In 1469, Giosafat Barbaro was made Provveditore of Scutari (Shkodër), in Albania. ''Mehmed the Conqueror & His Time'', Franz Babinger, Trans. Ralph Manheim, Princeton University Press; 1992, p.261 ISBN 978-0-691-01078-6 He was in command of 1200 cavalry, which he used to support Lekë Dukagjini . In 1472, Barbaro was back in Venice, where he was one of the 41 senators chosen to act as electors, who selected Nicolo Tron as Doge. Role in the Uprising In 1804, the year of the First Serbian Uprising, he was a Buljubaša (the commander of a četa), under Milenko Stojković. In 1805 he took part in the Battle of Ivankovac against Hafiz-paša, after which the Правитељствујушчи совјет awarded him the rank of Bimbaša (a commander of 1000 men) and Vojvoda (Voivode). After the Battle of Deligrad in 1806 against Ibrahim-Paša of Shkodër, he became one of the most important men in Serbia. image location Shkodër, Albania opened 1947 as "Vojo Kushi Stadium" '''Loro Boriçi Stadium''' is a multi-purpose stadium in Shkodër, Albania. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home ground of Vllaznia Shkodër. The stadium holds 16,000 spectators and was reconstructed in 2001. It is named in honour of Loro Boriçi, famous player in 1940s and 1950s. It is also the second largest stadium in Albania behind the Qemal Stafa stadium (Qemal Stafa (stadium)) in Tirana which seats 19,600. HSH's infrastructure runs east to Pogradec, south to Vlorë and north to Shkodër. There is also a branch line to capital city Tirana. The network was extended beyond Shkodër in the 1980s into what is now Montenegro, via the Albanian border town of Han i Hotit. But that section of the system is for freight only. There is also no physical rail connection between Albania and neighbouring Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) as well as Greece. * 1910 Soufli, Drama (Drama, Greece) (closed in 1921), Serres (closed in 1921), Ioannina (closed in 1921), Kayseri, Inebolu, Ordu, Geyve, Bolvadin, Mansureh * 1911 Manchester, Scutari of Albania (Shkodër) (closed in 1914), Rhodes (closed in 1921), Diyarbekir, Elazig, Bitlis, Van (Van, Turkey), Ceyhan, Saida (Sidon) (closed in 1921), Hodeida (closed in 1921), Benghazi (closed in 1912). * 1912 Bolu, Urfa, Sandıklı, Söke, Djeddah (closed in 1916)


on 26 January 1983: Hurt and Volpeliere-Pierrot went horse riding early in the morning near their house in Ascott-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire. Volpeliere-Pierrot was thrown off her horse and suffered a tragic fall. She went into a coma and died later that day. Death Kohlberg contracted a tropical parasite in 1971 while doing cross-cultural work in Belize. As a result, he struggled with depression (clinical depression) and physical pain


be equated with the Sabean kingdom (Sabaeans). Owing to the connection with the Queen of Sheba, the location has thus become closely linked with national prestige, as various royal houses have claimed descent from the Queen of Sheba and Solomon. The most vigorous claimant has been Ethiopia and Eritrea, where Sheba was traditionally linked with the ancient Axumite Kingdom. In the medieval Ethiopian cultural work called the Kebra Nagast, Sheba was located in Ethiopia. Edward Ullendorff, Ethiopia and the Bible (Oxford: University Press for the British Academy, 1968), p. 75 Some scholars therefore point to a region in northern Tigray (Tigray Region) and Eritrea which was once called Saba (later called Meroe), as a possible link with the Biblical Sheba. The Quest for the Ark of the Covenant: The True History of the Tablets of Moses, by Stuart Munro-Hay Other scholars link Sheba with Shewa (also written as Shoa, modern Addis Ababa) in Ethiopia. Donald N. Levine, Wax and Gold: Tradition and Innovation in Ethiopia Culture (Chicago: University Press, 1972) Ruins in many other countries, including Somalia, Sudan, Egypt, Eritrea and Iran have been credited as being Sheba, but with only minimal evidence. There has even been a suggestion of a link between the name "Sheba" and that of Zanzibar, and a massive earthenware monument of the Yoruba people all the way in West Africa known as Sungbo's Eredo actually caused mild excitement when it was first studied by Western scholars due to the tribal folk tradition that the divine personage it was built in honour of was none other than the Queen of Sheba herself. pronunciation Commons:Category:Eritrea WikiPedia:Eritrea Dmoz:Regional Africa Eritrea


of Jinan University (暨南大學). He was also the chief editor of ''Shijie wenku'' (The World's Library 世界文庫) at the same time. During the (China's) War of Resistance against Japan (1937-1945), he retained in Shanghai to continue upholding the progress of cultural work. After the establishment of New China, he was assigned to be the chief of Historical Relic Organization (文物局), the head of the archaeology research institute of the Chinese Academy of Science and literary research institute, the assistant minister of cultural department, committee member of State Council (State Council of the People's Republic of China) scientific program committee and Chinese Academy of Science philosophical social sciences, the vice-chairman of Chinese folk literature and art research council and etc. He died in a plane crash in the Soviet Union during his journey in 1958. frame left Liang Qichao (Image:Liang Qichao4a.jpg) In the late 1920s, Liang retired from politics and taught at the Tung-nan University in Shanghai and the Tsinghua (Tsinghua University) Research Institute in Peking as a tutor. He founded ''Chiang-hsüeh she'' (Chinese Lecture Association) and brought many intellectual figures to China, including Driesch and Tagore (Rabindranath Tagore). Academically he was a renowned scholar of his time, introducing Western learning and ideology, and making extensive studies of ancient Chinese culture. Infrastructure The China National Highway 204 Yantai-Nantong-Changshu-Shanghai, Sujiahang Expressway and Suzhou-Jiaxing-Hangzhou all pass through Changshu. A major new road is planned alongside the Yangtze River from Shanghai to Nanjing, which will also pass through Changshu. This is due to open in October 2008, as will the Su Tong Bridge, which will connect Changshu with Nantong. Set to be the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge when it opens in 2008, the total length will be 32.4 kilometers. China Briefing Business Guide: Changshu Infrastructure Infrastructure The China National Highway 204 Yantai-Nantong-Changshu-Shanghai, Sujiahang Expressway and Suzhou-Jiaxing-Hangzhou all pass through Changshu. A major new road is planned alongside the Yangtze River from Shanghai to Nanjing, which will also pass through Changshu. This is due to open in October 2008, as will the Su Tong Bridge, which will connect Changshu with Nantong. Set to be the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge when it opens in 2008, the total length will be 32.4 kilometers. China Briefing Business Guide: Changshu Infrastructure Resisting Threats and Criticisms Apart from news writing, Mu was also famous for his directorship of the Xinhua News Agency. He helped defend independence of journalism during a period when biased news reporting was prevalent. When the Anti-Rightist Movement started in 1957, the Shanghai Office of Xinhua, under the leadership of Mu, was the only branch that did not engage in criticising the rightists. The beginning of a journalistic career Shao studied in Zhejiang High School in Hangzhou (杭州) and graduated in 1902. After his graduation, he went back to Jinhua and taught at the Jinhua No. 1 High School of Zhejiang. At that time he started writing articles for several newspapers in Shanghai (上海). In 1912, Shao established Hanmin Daily ( 漢民日報) with Han Sin Jai in Hangzhou. One year later after the Xinhai Revolution in 1911, he was arrested and sent to jail, being charged with "accusing the government with bad intention" because of his opposition to president Yuan Shikai (袁世凱). In the spring of 1914, he was rescued from the prison and fled to Japan. It was in Japan where he wrote massive amounts of journal articles and critics for two Chinese papers; "Shenbao" (申報) and ''Current issues in Xinbao'' "Si Shi Xinbao" (時事新報). It was established by Fan and other journalists at Shanghai in 1937. The aim of this association was to unite all journalists at that time and to spread the message of protecting China against the Japanese. This association later became ''All-China Journalists Association''(中華全國新聞工作者協會). The day of its establishment, November 8, has been proclaimed by the Central government and the Communist Party of China as "Journalists' festival"(記者節) since 2000. This day serves as a reminder to Chinese people of the devotion and dedication of the former journalists. Many intellectuals such as Chen Duxiu (陳獨秀) were influenced by Huang's ideas. They organized and published "New Youths" 《新青年》 and "New current of ideas" 《新潮》, which were largely promoted in Shanghai. More than thirty articles of the two publications mentioned Huang's name and his innovative ideas. One famous intellectual, Hu Shih (胡適), even considered Huang as the "First Voice" of promoting a new type of literature in his book ''Wu shi nian lai zhi wen xue'' (Literature within fifty years) 《五十年來之文學》. '''China National Highway 312''' (312国道), also referred to as '''Route 312''' or '''The Mother Road''', is an important highway that runs east-west across the breadth of People's Republic of China. It begins at the port city Shanghai and ends at Khorgas in the Ili River valley, on the border with Kazakhstan. In total it spans


Albanian press organ of the Renaissance. Publicist, essayist, poet, prose writer, translator (translation) and literary critic, he, among others, is the author of the studies ''L’Albanie et les Turcs'' (Paris 1895), ''Memoire sur le mouvement national Albanais'' (Brussels, 1899), of novels ''Një ambasadë e zulluve në Paris'' (An Embassy of the Zulu in Paris) (1922) and ''Doktor Gjilpëra'' (Doctor Needle) (1924), as well as of the historical-cultural work ''Albania—the Rock Garden of South-Eastern Europe'' published posthumously in Massachusetts in 1957. signature '''Jacques Charles François Sturm''' ForMemRS (Fellow of the Royal Society) (September 29, 1803 – December 15, 1855) was a French (France) mathematician. thumb 300px An example of the Orgetorix coins minted among the Helvetii during the time of Orgetorix's magistracy, when he was preparing the state for migration but his conspiracy was yet undiscovered. Orgetorix is spelled ORCHTIRIX, with the C for G and the H for E. (File:Orgetorix-coin.jpg) '''Orgetorix''' was a wealthy aristocrat among the Helvetii, a Celtic-speaking people residing in what is now Switzerland during the consulship of Julius Caesar of the Roman Republic. In 61 BC he convinced the Helvetians to attempt to migrate from Helvetian territory to south-western Gaul (modern-day France). He was also party to a clandestine arrangement with Dumnorix of the Aedui and Casticus of the Sequani to seize control of their respective tribes by arms and between them rule most of Gaul. The conspiracy was denounced, Orgetorix was called to a hearing in chains before the government of the Helvetii, he arrived with a small army, and was released but died mysteriously, a rumored suicide. The Helvetians went on with their plans for migration but were defeated in 58 BC and returned by Julius Caesar. This incident was the beginning of the Gallic War in which Caesar subjugated Gaul. To a lesser extent, other cultural groups were represented with Ukrainians (Ukraine), Russians, Scandinavians, Italians (Italian-Canadian), Belgians (Belgium), Dutch (Netherlands), French (France), Americans (United States), Swiss (Switzerland), Chinese (Chinese-Canadian), and Japanese men who enlisted. Despite systemic racism directed towards non-whites, a significant contribution was made by individuals of certain ethnic groups, notably the First Nations, Morton, Desmond. ''When Your Number's Up'' Afro-Canadians and Japanese-Canadians. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France

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