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Candeleda

heifers, fire bulls (Toro de fuego) and popular dances (Folk dance). Demography In 2011 Candeleda had 5,213 inhabitants. 24% of the total population was above 64 years of age. 239 residents (4.6% of the total) originated from foreign countries, most commonly Rumanian (91 people) and Colombian (20 people).


Democratic Republic of the Congo

surrounding the meanings of various terms. The country itself was formerly called ''Zaire'' and is now sometimes referred to as ''Congo-Kinshasa'' to distinguish it from the Republic of the Congo (or ''Congo-Brazzaville''). In this article, ''Congo'' will refer specifically to the ''Democratic Republic of the Congo'' unless otherwise noted. Outside of Africa, most any music from the Congo is called ''soukous'', which most accurately refers instead to a dance popular in the late 1960s. The term ''rumba'' or ''rock-rumba'' is also used generically to refer to Congolese music, though both words have their own difficulties and neither is very precise nor accurately descriptive. People from the Congo have no term for their own music per se, although they have used ''muziki na biso'' (''our music'')until the late 1970s and now the most common name is "ndule" which simply means music in the lingala dialect. Most songs from the Democratic Republic of the Congo are sung in the "lingala" dialect, mainly because it is the dialect which is the most spoken in the country. - East- (East Africa) and Central Africa Burundi, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda - That autumn he toured with his show for a month through Germany and three months through Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo). But in 1957 he again went to New York where he was asked to make a guest-appearance on the famous Ed Sullivan (TV) Show. He recorded albums at RCA Records with the producer (Record producer) Steve Sholes. Sholes offered him a contract to promote his record by visiting radio stations in the US for three months, under the name “Bobby John”. This tour was intended to promote his recent releases, and in the meantime he was to regularly produce new songs. But Schoepen, who had already been on tour almost constantly for ten years and had contractual obligations in Europe, was increasingly looking for a place to settle down (which would become Bobbejaanland). He decided to no longer pursue his success in the US. '''Debout Congolais''' (Arise Congolese) is the national anthem of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was first adopted in 1960 http: www.laconscience.com article.php?id_article 1807 upon independence but replaced in 1971 when the country became Zaire. Then it was replaced by La Zaïroise. http: google.com search?q cache:-bne1Yb7Q6UJ:www.ingaassociation.org files DemocraticRepublicofCongo.doc+Debout+Congolais+%2B1971&cd 3&hl en&ct clnk&gl uk&client firefox-a It was reinstated when Laurent Kabila came to power in 1997. The words are by Joseph Lutumba and the music is by Simon-Pierre Boka di Mpasi Londi. thumb right 300px Ubangi River at the outskirts of Bangui (File:Ubangi river near Bangui.jpg). The '''Ubangi River''' ( Commons:Category:Democratic Republic of the Congo Wikipedia:Democratic Republic of the Congo Dmoz:Regional Africa Congo, Democratic Republic of the


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Slovakia

. *Csárdás is a Hungarian (Hungary) dance popular among the Jews of Hungary, Slovakia, and the Carpathians (Carpathian Mountains). It started off slowly and gradually increased in tempo. *Sirba — a Romanian dance in 2 2 or 2 4 (Romanian "sârbă". It features hopping steps and short bursts of running, accompanied by triplets in the melody. All these works show a great originality of form and content, a very interesting blend of highly sophisticated mastery in the Western-European style of music, including classical, late-romantic, impressionistic and modernist tradition and at the other hand profound knowledge and respect for the folk music on Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Albania and other Eastern-European countries. Due to the outbreak of the First World War and subsequent major geopolitical changes in the region and partly because of the personal shyness Kodály had no major public success until 1923 when his ''Psalmus Hungaricus'' premiered at a concert to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the union of Buda and Pest (Pest (city)) (Bartók's ''Dance Suite (Dance Suite (Bartók))'' premiered on the same occasion.) Wartime In September 1938 the so-called Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia was occupied by German forces and Masaryk resigned as ambassador in protest, although he remained in London. Other government members including Beneš also resigned. In March 1939 Germany occupied the remaining parts of the Czech provinces of Bohemia and Moravia (Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia), and a puppet Slovak (Slovak Republic (1939–1945)) state was established in Slovakia. When a Czechoslovak Government-in-Exile (Czechoslovakia: World War II (1939 - 1945)#Czechoslovak Government-in-Exile) was established in Britain in 1940, Masaryk was appointed Foreign Minister. During the war he regularly made broadcasts Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio


Jamaica

relationship with Kif Kroker. In the show's sixth season, she acquires her doctorate. ; Hermes Conrad (Phil LaMarr): Hermes is the Jamaican accountant of Planet Express. A 36th-level bureaucrat (promoted to level 34 during the series) and proud of it, he is a stickler for regulation and enamored of the tedium of paperwork and bureaucracy. Hermes is also a former champion in Olympic Limbo, a sport derived from the popular party activity (Limbo (dance)). He gave up limbo after


Romania

'' *Csárdás is a Hungarian (Hungary) dance popular among the Jews of Hungary, Slovakia, and the Carpathians (Carpathian Mountains). It started off slowly and gradually increased in tempo. *Sirba — a Romanian dance in 2 2 or 2 4 (Romanian "sârbă". It features hopping steps and short bursts of running, accompanied by triplets in the melody. *Humoresque "Halaka" dance, a traditional Israeli dance from Safed in Galilee; it has an ancient melody handed down from generation to generation. * Reuß : House of Reuss * Romania: House of Romania * Russia: House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov (branch of the House of Oldenburg) DeLorean's father ''Zaharie'' was a Romanian immigrant who worked in a mill factory; Zaharie emigrated to the United States when he was twenty. He spent time in Montana and Gary, Indiana before moving to Michigan.


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