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Yeghegnadzor

. “Gitelik” university was founded in 2004. With its newly built four-story academic building, student and staff housing and the sport center, it is a big part of Yeghegnadzor’s educational setting. Armenian State University of Economics has been operating its branch since 2008. Other educational institutions in the city include Vayots Dzor college, the comprehensive lyceum, the high school, two main schools as well as three kindergartens, an art school, children’s creative school, sport school

. class "wikitable" ! Year 1831 1897 1926 1939 1959 1980 2001 2004 2009 - ! Population 332 1307 1583 2567 3567 7053 8178 8200 9394 - Education and economy The town has four public education schools, three kindergartens, one intermediate college, one music and art school and one sport school. The geological museum of the town was opened in 2002. Since 2004 "the Gitelik" pedagogical university is established with its 12 faculties

. The University provides undergraduate and graduate programs according to European standards. Since 2008 the branch of Armenian University of economics is established. Here are taught "Management, including tourism management", "Finance", "International Economic Relations" major, both for free and paid. The State College has 13 departments, schools, children gardens, children creative center, music center, art school, cultural house, sport school. There are 4


Penza

medical academy, Penza provincial clinical hospital, streets in Moscow and Voronezh, an asteroid (6754 Burdenko) She studied at the ''Art School'' in Penza and the ''State Free Art Workshop'' in Petrograd. She moved to Latvia in 1919 along with Romas Suta, just after the First World War had ended, and became a member of the Riga Artists Group. '''Jekabs Kazaks''' was born on February 18, 1895 in Riga. He studied at the Riga City Art School between

1913 and 1915 and the Penza Art School during World War I, (1915-1917). Like many Latvian modernists, his formal artistic training and the choice of his most compelling subjects derived from his experience as a refugee during World War I. Kazaks style contained elements of Impressionism, West European Old Masters, modern French painters and early 20th century Latvian Modernism. He was also profoundly inspired by the series of paintings of his fellow countryman Jazeps Grosvalds


Kaposvár

) * Ruins of Benedictine Monastery of Kaposszentjakab (Zselicszentjakab) (Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) and Gothic (Gothic architecture)) * Arany Oroszlán Pharmacy (Gold Lion) * Former Convent - now it is the ''Roman Catholic High School, Elementary School and Primary Art School'' and the ''headquarters of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kaposvár'' * Stadion Kaposvár Rákóczi * University of Kaposvár * Lake Deseda * Virágfürdő (Flower Spa and Waterpark) Famous people ) (born 23 October 1837 in Kaposvár, Hungary - 6 March 1902 in Vienna, Austria) was a Hungarian physician and dermatologist who discovered the skin tumor (Kaposi's sarcoma) that received his name (Kaposi's sarcoma). style "text-align:center;" czech republic Brno Silver Image:Med 2.png style "text-align:center;" hungary Kaposvár Gold Image:Med 1.png - *Léva (Levice) 14.3% Q, Nagyszombat (Trnava SL) 14.0%, *Kaposvár 13.9% N, Gyulafehérvár (Alba Iulia RO) 13.7%, Kisszeben (Sabinov SL) 13.3%, Poprád (Poprad SL) 13.0%, *Nagykanizsa 12.7% N, Győr 12.6% Nx, Gyöngyös 12.6% Qx, Zalaegerszeg 12.4% N, Szepesváralja (Spišské Podhradie SL) 12.4%, DATE OF BIRTH 23 August 1929 PLACE OF BIRTH Kaposvár, Hungary DATE OF DEATH 1 September 1997


Newton, Kansas

-tWvAg&id RezNAAAAMAAJ&dq %22Exceptional+Newton%2C+Kan.%2C+Art+Student+Wins+High+Honors+in+National+Art+Department+Contest%22&q scholarship#search_anchor Root . He graduated in 1939. His father died in the spring of Crandall's freshman year at art school, which Crandall left temporarily to return to Kansas. Interview with art-school classmate and lifelong friend Frank Borth, in Cooke, p. 66 His mother and sister moved to Cleveland during Crandall's junior year. With his schoolmate Frank Borth, Crandall found work painting signs on storefront windows. Crandall's art influences included the painters and commercial illustrators N.C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle and James Montgomery Flagg. Founded in 1887 and conferring its first four-year degrees in 1912, Bethel is the oldest Mennonite college in North America. Starting in 1874, thousands of Russian Mennonites began arriving in Kansas. In 1882, having a century of experience running their own schools, they opened Emmental, a training school for teachers, north of Newton, Kansas. The school was moved to Halstead, Kansas, in 1883. A better site was found in North Newton, Kansas, and the cornerstone of the main building was laid on October 12, 1888. The cornerstone was laid by Andrew B. Shelly (1834–1913), then president of the General Conference Mennonite Church. (Kaufman, p. 73.) This structure, the current Administration Building, is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Administration Building has been on the Historic Register since March 16, 1972. See the Campus relocation '''Anthony Christopher Clark''', known as '''Tony''' (born June 15, 1972, in Newton (Newton, Kansas), Kansas), is a former Major League Baseball first baseman and current MLB Network studio analyst. Route Today, some historians consider the Chisholm Trail to have started at the Rio Grande in Texas or at San Antonio, Texas. From 1867 to 1871, the trail ended in Abilene, Kansas. Later, Newton, Kansas, and Wichita, Kansas, each served as the end of the trail. From 1883 to 1887, the end of the trail was Caldwell, Kansas. Ellsworth, Kansas, is also considered a major influence of the trail. The original Super Chief route ran from Chicago through Kansas City, Missouri; Newton, Kansas; Dodge City, Kansas; La Junta, Colorado; Raton, New Mexico; Las Vegas, New Mexico; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Gallup, New Mexico; Winslow, Arizona; Seligman, Arizona; Needles, California; Barstow, California; San Bernardino, California; and Pasadena, California, before terminating at Los Angeles. During the pre-war years the Super Chief did not allow passengers to board or disembark at any point between Kansas City and Barstow; all intermediate stops were operating stops only, to change crews and or to service the train. - *McPherson Subdivision (McPherson, Kansas to Conway, Kansas) *Newton Subdivision (Newton, Kansas to McPherson, Kansas) *Goddard High School (Goddard High School (Kansas)), Goddard (Goddard, Kansas) - 2000 *Fischer Field, Newton (Newton, Kansas) - 2004, current home to KSHSAA 8-man state football championships. *Gowans Stadium, Hutchinson (Hutchinson, Kansas) - 2005, also used by Hutchinson Community College thumb Bethel College Administration Building, in North Newton, Kansas (Image:bethel-administration.jpg) The arriving Mennonites had a century of experience running schools in Russia. Emmental ''Emmatal'' in some sources such as Kaufman pp. 141-142. , a training school for teachers was opened on 13 September 1882 north of Newton, Kansas in a school building associated with Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church. The school was moved to Halstead, Kansas where a new building was dedicated on 16 September 1883 as Halstead Seminary. The transformation of the Halstead school to a college began in 1887 when Bethel College Corporation was granted a charter. Kaufman p. 51. The school was closed for the 1892–1893 school year while preparations were made to relocate it to North Newton, Kansas where it opened as Bethel College (Bethel College (Kansas)) in 1893. Other schools followed: Mennonite Collegiate Institute Mennonite Collegiate Institute official website. (Gretna, Manitoba, 1899), Mennonite Central College (Bluffton, Ohio, 1898; now Bluffton University), Freeman Junior College Freeman Academy continues to operate as a grade 5–12 school. (Freeman, South Dakota, 1903–1986), English-German Academy (Rosthern, Saskatchewan, 1905) which became Rosthern Junior College Rosthern Junior College official website. (1946), Bethel Bible Institute (Abbotsford, British Columbia, 1939), which joined with Mennonite Brethren Bible Institute to become Columbia Bible Institute (now Columbia Bible College (Columbia Bible College (Abbotsford, British Columbia)) Columbia Bible College ) in 1970, and Canadian Mennonite Bible College (Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1947) which combined with Concord College and Menno Simons College in 2000 to become Canadian Mennonite University.


Druskininkai

and Finnish.The gallery hosts art exhibitions from the National Museum of M.K. Čiurlionis and private collections. For schoolchildren and kindergarteners art lessons are organised in the gallery which has 15 easels. Also projects with V.K Jonynas art school are organised. The gallery hosts traditional events – chamber music concerts, commemorations, meetings with painters, educational events and lectures on art. *


Penza Oblast

88,883 p2002 92,050 p1989 98,588 thumb left 250px ''Hedgehog in the Fog (Image:Hedgehogprint2.jpg)'' (1975), one of the director's most widely known works Yuriy Norshteyn was born to a Jewish family in the village of Andreyevka (Andreyevka, Penza Oblast), Penza Oblast, during his parents' World War II evacuation. He grew up in the Maryina Roshcha suburb of Moscow. After studying at an art school, Norshteyn initially found work at a furniture factory. Then he


Berdyansk

birth_place Berdyansk, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine death_place near Kerch, Crimea DATE OF BIRTH December 24, 1920 PLACE OF BIRTH Berdyansk, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine DATE OF DEATH April 9, 1944 He was born in the Ukrainian (Ukraine) port town of Berdyansk on the Berdyansk Gulf of the Sea of Azov. He studied at the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg, Russia (where he was also known as Afanasy Slastyon), researched the Cossack documents in the archives of the Imperial Russian (Russian Empire) ministry of defense, and later worked as a teacher at the Arts and Crafts School (later renamed the State


Jinhua

PLACE OF BIRTH Jinhua, Zhejiang, China (People's Republic of China) DATE OF DEATH birth_date Life He was born in Fantianjiang village (贩田蒋), Jinhua county, in eastern China's Zhejiang province. After entering Hangzhou Xihu Art school in 1928, under the advice


San Miguel de Allende

" One hall of the old convent is dedicated to a mural by David Alfaro Siqueiros along with students from the art school, but it was never finished. The complex has a museum, an auditorium, two art galleries and the Las Musas restaurant, which serves both inside and outside in the courtyard area. Next to the cultural center is the '''Inmaculada Concepcion Church''', locally known as Las Monjas (The Nuns). It was originally constructed as part of the convent. The church was constructed between 1755 and 1842 with an elegant cupola added by Zeferino Gutierrez in 1891, inspired by the Les Invalides Church in Paris. The cupola is octagonal decorated with Corinthian columns in the lower area and the upper area has a window with a balustrade and statues of saints. Topping the cupola is a lantern window with a statue depicting the Immaculate Conception. Inside, there are paintings by Juan Rodriguez Juarez. thumb left 150px Corner of the Allende House with a statue of Ignacio Allende (File:CornerAllendeHouse.JPG) The '''Casa de Allende (Allende House) Museum''' was the home of Ignacio Allende, who was a principal protagonist in the early part of the Mexican War of Independence. The structure was built in 1759 with Baroque and Neoclassical elements, located next to the San Miguel parish church. The museum it houses is officially called the Museo Histórico de San Miguel de Allende, and it is one of many “regional museums” of Mexico. This kind of museum focuses on the history of the local area from the prehistoric period to the present, especially the area’s role in Mexico’s national history. The lower floor contains exhibits about the founding of the town, its role in protecting the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Road and more. The upper floor contains exhibits related to the of Ignacio Allende and some of the rooms are preserved as they looked when he lived there. There are 24 rooms that chronicle the history of the area from the foundation of the town to the Ruta de la Plata (Silver Route), the genealogy of Ignacio Allende and the Mexican War of Independence. It remodeled as part of the preparations for Mexico's Bicentennial. The restored museum was re-inaugurated by President Felipe Calderon in 2009. Wikipedia:San Miguel de Allende Dmoz:Regional North_America Mexico States Guanajuato Localities San_Miguel_de_Allende Commons:Category:San Miguel de Allende


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