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Zhanjiang

Bridge '''Zhanjiang''' (湛江; ''Zhàn​jiāng''​) is a city on the western coast of Guangdong Province in China. Understand Zhanjiang was a small fishing port when it was under French occupation in the early 20th century - named Fort Bayard - and some old colonial buildings still survive. Now it is a rapidly developing modern city. Many people in Zhanjiang speak Mandarin (普通话 Pǔtōnghuà) with a fairly strong accent, the native languages for most locals are Cantonese (广东话 Guǎngdōnghuà


Mexico City

and sewage utilities by 1908. While the initial focus was on developing modern hospitals, schools, factories and massive public works, perhaps the most long lasting effects of the Porfirian modernization were creation of the Colonia Roma area and the development of Reforma Avenue. Many of Mexico City's major attractions and landmarks were built during this era in this style. Diaz's plans called for the entire city to eventually be modernized or rebuilt in the Porfirian French style of the Colonia


Russia

ancient buildings on the territory of Soviet Union. He is credited with saving Saint Basil's Cathedral from destruction in the early 1930s, founding and managing the Kolomenskoye and Andrei Rublev museums, and developing modern restoration technologies. '''East Kazakhstan Province''' ( , ''Şığıs Qazaqstan oblısı'') is a province (provinces of Kazakhstan) of Kazakhstan. It occupies the easternmost part of Kazakhstan, along both


Soviet Union

destruction in the early 1930s, founding and managing the Kolomenskoye and Andrei Rublev museums, and developing modern restoration technologies. thumb right Tape recorder "Tembr" (1964) without casing (From museum of political history of Russia, incorrectly attributed as "self-made") (File:Самодельный магнитофон 1970ых.jpg) '''Magnitizdat''' (in Russian магнитиздат) is a term used to describe the process of re-copying and self distributing live audio tape recordings


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