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Haight-Ashbury

' to suburbia. Golden Gate Park is adjacent to Haight-Ashbury, and it was the site of the Human Be-In of 1967, preceding the Summer of Love. The tradition of large, free public gatherings in the park continues to the present, especially at Hellman Hollow. Originally named Speedway Meadow, it was renamed in 2011 in honor of Warren Hellman.


Abu Dhabi

the shore of the Western region of Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas island was originally home to Arabia's largest wildlife reserve. Spanning over , the reserve was established in 1971 by the late ruler and founder of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Thanks to decades of intensive conservation work and ecological investment, it is now home to thousands of large free-roaming animals and several million trees and plants. A bird sanctuary as well


NASA

; and in June 2011 the project was reported as cancelled. Antoine Labeyrie (Antoine Émile Henry Labeyrie) has proposed a much larger space-based astronomical interferometer similar to Darwin, but with the individual telescopes positioned in a spherical arrangement and with an emphasis on interferometric imaging (aperture synthesis). This Hypertelescope project would be much more expensive and complex than the Darwin and TPF missions, involving many large free-flying spacecraft. Design


Japan

residents owning large, free-standing houses. The center includes an onsen, numerous restaurants and shops, and ubiquitous pachinko parlors. In the residential area, there is also an Izumiya supermarket, one of the few in the Kyoto area. In addition to Katsura Imperial Villa, there are also many temples and private schools in the area that service the population. Katsura is accessible from Katsura Station on the Hankyu Kyoto Line by train, and by buses offered


Germany

territory of German (Germany) occupied western Serbia. In this territory they proclaimed the Republic of Užice (Uzička Republika) with Užice city as centre of the Republic. This large free territory was island of freedom in Nazi occupied Europe. Republic of Užice lived a short life. Very soon, German troops occupied this territory again, while the majority of Partisan forces escaped towards Bosnia (Bosnia (region)). The '''Germany national under-21 football team''' represents the under-21s of Germany in the UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship and is controlled by the German Football Association (DFB), the governing body of football in Germany. * France: ''Tambour à friction'', and local names (''Brau'', ''bramadèra'', ''brama-topin'', ''petador'', ''pinhaton'' in the South). *Germany In Germany it is known as a ''Brummtopf'' or ''Rummelpott''. On New Year’s Eve there is a tradition in North Germany in which masked children with homemade instruments including ''Rummelpott'' go from house to house singing special Rummelpott songs in Low German. People then give sweets or fruits to the group. Adults go out later that evening and typically receive shots of schnapps. * Hungary: ''köcsögduda'' (jughorn or jugpipe), especially used in zither orchestras. Leather or parchment is tightened over the top of a large terracotta or wooden jug. A reed (Phragmites) or length of horsehair is fastened to the cover and rubbed with a wet hand. Their lead singer, '''Barbara Alcindor''', was born in Paris, and currently lives in London. Alcindor began her career as a fashion model, before trying her hand in music. After signing with the BMG (Bertelsmann Music Group) record label and teaming up with the Dreyer Brothers production team, French Affair scored a pair of sizable hit singles in 2000 with "My Heart Goes Boom", "Poison" and "Do What You Like" - denting the charts (record chart) in France, the UK (United Kingdom), Italy, and Germany. In the UK Singles Chart, "My Heart Goes Boom" peaked at #44 in September 2000. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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