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Nawabs of Bengal and Murshidabad

150px thumb right alt Murshidabad was the capital of the Nawabs Early nineteenth century view of Murshidabad (File:Murshidabad.gif), with the Katra Mosque in the backdrops. Murshid Quli Khan arrived as the governor of Bengal in 1717 AD. Before his arrival there were four ''Diwans''. And, after his arrival, Azim-ush-Shan held the ''Nazim's'' office. Azim got into conflict with Murshid Quli Khan over imperial financial control. Considering the complaint of Khan, emperor Aurangzeb


s a large population of Old Prussians moved to the region. The famous Lithuanian Grand Duke Vytautas was the prince of Grodno from 1376 to 1392, and he stayed there during his preparations for the Battle of Grunwald (1410). Since 1413, Grodno had been the administrative center of a powiat in Trakai Voivodeship. Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth thumb A 16th-century view of Grodno. (File:View of Grodno in 1575.PNG) File:Прыклад.jpg thumb The New Grodno Castle


климат) accessdate December 3, 2013 language Russian source 2 Hong Kong Observatory. (sun only 1961-1990) Climatological Information for Har'kov, Ukraine, Hong Kong Observatory accessed 6 April 2012. date August 2010 History File:Charkow.jpg thumb 19th-century view of Kharkiv, with the Assumption Cathedral, Kharkiv Assumption Cathedral


, to Bologna to welcome King Frederick IV of Denmark, he was sent in 1720 to Vienna to uphold papal rights in the duchy of Parma and Piacenza, recently awarded to Charles de Bourbon, and to conclude the negotiations for the restitution of Comacchio, in the possession of Habsburg troops since 1707. thumb 280px A mid 18th century view of the Villa Albani by Giuseppe Vasi (Image:Villa Albani, Rome.jpg). thumb 320px Parliament building on Ringstraße (File:WienParlament.jpg) The '''Austrian Parliament Building''' ( Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


, there are Louis Vuitton and Ermenegildo Zegna flagship stores operating in the city. thumb An 18th century view of Venice by Venetian artist Canaletto (File:Canaletto (II) 002.jpg). Venice, especially during the Middle-Ages, Renaissance and Baroque, was a major centre of art and developed a unique style known as the Venetian School (Venetian School (art)). In the Middle-Ages and the Renaissance, Venice, along with Florence and Rome, became one of the most


''', in Russian (Russian language): Дмитрий Павлович Григорович, (born in Kiev, Russian Empire, 25 January (6 February) 1883, died 26 July 1938 in Moscow) was a Russian Soviet aircraft designer of a number of planes under the Grigorovich (Grigorovich (design bureau)) name. thumb 275px 19th century view of Trypillia, prior to damming of Dnieper river (Regional Archeological Museum) (Image:TrypilliaVillage.JPG) Image:TrypillianPottery.JPG thumb 250px Trypillian pots (Regional


a final lunge near the finish to win the gold medal, again by one hundredth of a second. Six days later, Göhr lined up for the 4 x 100 m relay final and anchored the team home to win the gold medal in a world record of 41.60 s. thumb Marlies Göhr (1982) (Image:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1982-0701-039, Marlies Göhr, Sabine Rieger.jpg) thumb 275px 19th-century view of the monastery. (Image:Danilov.jpg) '''Danilov Monastery''', in full '''Svyato-Danilov Monastery''' or '''Holy Danilov Monastery''' (Данилов монастырь, Свято-Данилов монастырь in Russian (Russian language)), is a monastery on the right bank of the Moskva River in Moscow, Russia. St. Daniel Monastery, Orthodox Wiki Since 1983, it has functioned as the headquarters of the Russian Orthodox church. It was commonly believed, erroneously, that prior to its use in the award-winning 1957 film The Cranes Are Flying, the song was banned in the Soviet Union due to associations with the tsarist regime and the counter-revolutionary movements. This was not the case. This march was published in an official collection of music for Red Army orchestras, ''Official ceremonial repertoire for orchestras of the Red Army'' ( Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


and tributary states The Mongol Empire at its greatest extent included all of modern-day Mongolia, China, parts of Burma, Romania, Pakistan, much or all of Russia, Siberia, Ukraine, Belarus, Cilicia, Anatolia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Armenia, Persia, Iraq, and Central Asia. In the meantime, many countries became vassals (Vassal state) or tributary states of the Mongol Empire. Image:TrypilliaVillage.JPG thumb 275px 19th century view of Trypillia


Beylerbeyi Mosque in the Beylerbeyi neighborhood (nineteenth-century view) '''Beylerbeyi''' is a neighborhood in the Üsküdar municipality of Istanbul, Turkey. It is located on the Asian shore of the Bosporus, to the north of the Bosphorus Bridge. It is bordered on the northeast by the neighborhood of Çengelköy, on the east by Kirazlıtepe, on the southeast by Küplüce, on the south by Burhaniye (Burhaniye, Istanbul), on the southwest by Kuzguncuk, and on the northwest by the Bosporus. Directly across the Bosporus is the Ortaköy neighborhood of Istanbul's Beşiktaş municipality. Isahakyan did not believe the promises made by the government of the Young Turks, regarding self-government and autonomy of Western Armenia. Assured that the danger of Panturkism (which he believed was aimed at the total extinction of Armenians) could be prevented by Turkey’s supporter, Germany, Isahakyan went to Berlin. There, together with a number of German intellectuals, he participated in the German-Armenian movement, and edited the group’s journal "Mesrob". The start of World War I and the horrifying massacres confirmed his gruesome predictions about the annihilating nature of the Young Turks government's policies. After the war and the Armenian Genocide, Isahakyan described through his compositions the sorrow destiny and Armenians’ heroic struggle for freedom. The poet put forward the genocide accusations, the worst part of which had taken place between 1915–1922, in "The White Book". During that period, Isahakyan expressed his ideas mainly through his social and political articles, in which he discussed the topics of the Armenian cause, reunification of Armenia and the restoration of the Armenian government. The images of the massacres are persistent in his poems, such as "Snow has Covered Everything…", "To Armenia…", and "Here Comes Spring Again". Another interpretation is given on this web page: the geographical center of the world's land area is defined there as (in effect) the point that minimizes the average great-circle distance of all land from it. The author of the web page computes this as 37.688° north, 35.438° east, which is in south-central Turkey. The web page states the position to be near Iskenderun, but actually it is closer to Adana. :''The Guns of Navarone'' was a work of fiction. Sorry. Dismas (talk) (User talk:Dismas) 06:47, 23 November 2005 (UTC) ::Navarone, in The Guns of Navarone was off the coast of Turkey. --Kainaw (User:Kainaw) (talk) (User_talk:Kainaw) 20:32, 23 November 2005 (UTC) Adil Shah is personally responsible for building the imposing Citadel or Arkilla and the palace named Faroukh Mahal. Yusuf was a man of culture and invited poets and artisans from Persia, Turkey and Rome to his court. He was also an accomplished musician and scholar with deep religious tolerance that was reflected in art and architecture from this time. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


some 4000 years ago. Gening, V.F. The Cemetery at Sintashta and the Early Indo-Iranian People. Journal of Indo-European Studies 7, 1979, 1-29; cf. Gening, Mogil'nik Sintashta i problema rannikh Indoiranskikh plemen. Sovietskaya Arkheologiya 1977, 53-73 -- Two-wave models of Indo-Iranian expansion have been proposed by Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia

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