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Synagogues in Lithuania". The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Retrieved 17 December 2008. http: Architecture Wooden-synagogues-Lithuania.htm The original yeshiva building still stands in Telšiai; it is now occupied by an electrical company. The yeshiva was transplanted to the United States in 1941, during World War II, when two of its roshei yeshiva ("deans") who had escaped the Holocaust chose to re-establish it in Cleveland, Ohio, where it still remains


Architecture Wooden-synagogues-Lithuania.htm Kibinai, traditional Karaim pastry, became a local speciality and are mentioned in tourist guides. Lonely Planet Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania, 2012, p. 25. International relations Twin towns — Sister cities Trakai is twinned (Twin towns and sister cities) with: class "wikitable" - valign "top" *


road to Cameroon. It is known for its market and its nightlife (Nightlife (activity)) and is home to a cinema (movie theater) and an airstrip (Bossembélé Airport). The Lambi Falls lie near the town. '''Zinga''' is a town on the Oubangui River in the Central African Republic. The town stretches roughly 1 km long and 300 m wide. It is known for its wooden buildings (timber architecture) and as a ferry port, from which boats sail to Bangui and Brazzaville. '''Impfondo''' is a town in the north eastern Republic of the Congo with a population of around 20,000 people, lying on the Oubangui River. It is home to an airport and is linked by river barge to Brazzaville and to Bangui. It is the administrative centre of Impfondo District and the Likouala Region. right 225px Location of Zongo in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (File:CD-Zongo.png) '''Zongo''' is a city in Sud-Ubangi District in the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, lying on the south bank of the Ubangi River, across from Bangui in the Central African Republic. It is linked by ferry to Bangui but has declined in importance as a transport hub since much traffic moved east in the late 1980s. In 1985 the definition of AIDS was restricted to exclude people who did not have antibodies to HIV. A conference of public health officials including representatives of the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization met in Bangui to develop a definition of AIDS for use in countries where testing for HIV antibodies was not available. They developed the Bangui definition which defines AIDS as, "prolonged fevers for a month or more, weight loss of over 10% and prolonged diarrhoea". Several studies have reported that about half the people diagnosed with AIDS based on the Bangui definition do not have antibodies to HIV. A study on Zaire published in 1993 found that of 465 patients with clinical signs of AIDS, 39.4% had antibodies to HIV . see Epidemiology and clinical manifestation of HIV infection in northern Zaire.Strecker W, Gurtler L, Schilling M, Binibangili M, Strecker K. Eur J Epidemiol. 1994 Feb;10(1):95-8. The Bangui definition is fundamentally different from the definitions used in Europe and the United States. As recently as 2003, the AIDS diagnosis strategy used in developed countries, based on an immunoblot confirmatory test, could be used on a large scale in developing countries because of its cost. 1924, BAO expended to French Equatorial Africa buy opening branch in Brazzaville . It followed this by opening branches in Port Gentil (1928), Libreville (1930), Pointe Noire (1936), Bangui (1946), and Fort Lamy (1950). birth_date 1947 birth_place Bangui, Central African Republic party Independent (Independent (politician)) Biography Born in Bangui, Doté has a doctorate degree in rural economy and worked at the Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Ministry from 1974 to 1980 before becoming an expert at the African Development Bank (ADB). DATE OF BIRTH 1947 PLACE OF BIRTH Bangui, Central African Republic DATE OF DEATH * Bangui, Adams, Sigay * , Dumalneg, Burgos and Pagudpud in the '''North''' * Laoag City, San Nicolas, Piddig, and Carasi in the '''South''' WikiPedia:Bangui Commons:Category:Bangui


towers known as the "Donkey Ears". There are a number of two-story wooden houses in the city built mostly in the middle of the 20th century as temporary habitations. Many urbanized villages located inside the city keep the remnants of the traditional Russian village architecture: wooden houses with backyards, many somewhat dilapidated now but still inhabited. WikiPedia:Krasnoyarsk Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Krasnoyarskiy Kray Krasnoyarsk

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of numerous distinct episodes of severe malnourishment during childhood. Digging for Britain, presented by Dr Alice Roberts for the BBC; 9 sept 2011 Naval architecture, wooden classic boat Brittany, (Brittany) France 21 June 2010 '''Fulk I of Anjou''' (about 870 – 942), called ''the Red'', was son of viscount Ingelger of Angers and Resinde "Aelinde" D'Amboise, was the first count of Anjou (List of Counts and Dukes of Anjou) from

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