; Culture Gangneung has numerous festivals. The biggest and most famous is the Gangneung Dano Festival (Dano (Korean festival)) (강릉단오제) at the Dano fairground near the Namdae River. In 1967, the Gangneung Dano Festival was designated Korean National Immaterial Cultural Heritage No. 13. On November 11, 2005 it was designated by UNESCO as a "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity". Nowadays, it is a combination of several commemoration rites and traditional
plays. A highlight is the traditional Gwanno Mask Dance (Gwanno Gamyeongeuk) which is only performed at this festival. In addition to well established festivals like the Dano, there are several newer festivals in Gangneung, such as the IJAF (International Junior Art Festival) enjoys great popularity. The IJAF is a cultural festival for youth from all over the world. The festival includes both performances of the participating groups and a diversified cultural program demonstrating the essence
language Korean (Korean language) date 2010-03-20 publisher Silvernet News accessdate 2010-11-16 '''Dano''', also called '''Surit-nal''', is a Korean traditional holiday that falls on the 5th day of the fifth month of the lunar Korean calendar. It is an official holiday in North Korea and one of the major traditional holidays in South Korea. South Korea has retained several festivals related to the holiday, one of which is ''Gangneung Dano
;syb aks" Famous paintings *''Portrait of a Beauty'' (hangul:미인도, hanja: 美人圖) : Painting on silk. Depicts the standard of traditional beauty in the Joseon era. Realistic details of the hanbok are notable. Portrait of a beauty at Doosan Encyclopedia *''Dano day (Dano (Korean festival))'' (hangul:단오도 , hanja:端午圖) : Painting on paper. Depicts a scene on Dano day; semi-nudes bathing
in the stream, a woman in a bright red hanbok rides a swing, two young monks peek in the background. Scene of Dano at Doosan Encyclopedia Joseon has multiple meanings. This category only stands for Joseon Dynasty. '''Rename''' to :Category:Joseon Dynasty. *'''Rename''' CalJW (User:CalJW) 08:29, 9 October 2005 (UTC) (not my nomination) As soon as he finished shooting the 2007 movie '' Hwang Jin Yi (film) Hwang
present thumb Qaqortoq (''Julianehaab'') in 1860. (File:Fox-Expeditionen i Aaret 1860 over Færøerne, Island og Grønland - no-nb digibok 2009062303023-198.jpg) The present-day town was founded in 1774 by the Dano-Norwegian (Denmark-Norway) trader Anders Olsen, on behalf of the General Trading Company. Marquardt, Ole. " Change and Continuity
under the united Dano-Norwegian Crown (list of monarchs of Norway), but the colony had not had any contact for over three centuries. Paarss's colonists consisted of mutinous soldiers, convicts, and prostitutes and most died within the first year of scurvy and other ailments. In 1733 and 1734, a smallpox epidemic killed most of the native population as well as Egede's wife.
book first J. B. last Delambre authorlink Jean Baptiste Joseph Delambre title Histoire de l'astronomie au dix-huitième siècle publisher Bachelier location Paris year 1827 In 1721 the Dano-Norwegian missionary Hans Egede asked King Frederick IV (Frederick IV of Denmark) for permission to found a mission in Greenland and search for any trace of the old Norse colony that may have survived. He feared that any surviving Norse would have remained Catholic Church Catholic
details, p. 124. ISBN 3-520-37105-7. Ditmarsians had established trade with Livonia and neighbouring Baltic (Baltic Sea) destinations since the 15th century, based on the Hanseatic obligations and privileges since the pact with Lübeck. Both parties renewed their alliance several times and it thus lasted until Dithmarschen's final defeat and Dano-Holsatian annexation in 1559. ref name "Dollinger 1998 124" >
Theater'', ''Dano Theater'' and ''Dano Art Hall''. Woncheon in the Yeongtong-gu district also has two amusement parks, Woncheon Greenland and Woncheon Lakeland.
of his youth on Parma's north side) * Mike Mizanin, former WWE Champion, Professional WWE Wrestler known under the ring name '''The Miz''' * Clint Nageotte, professional baseball player * Ransom E. Olds, automotive pioneer lived in Parma as a boy from 1874 to 1878.dano robtolds_desc.pdf#search %22ransom%20olds%20parma%22 Robert Olds of Windsor and Suffield, CT and his descendants * Kermit Poling, conductor, violinist
; small Legislative: * 13th Sangguniang Panlungsod Members: ** Sammuel Allan M. Amante ** Rema E. Burdeos ** Ramon P. Carampatana ** Jaime M. Cembrano, Jr. ** Ryan Anthony B. Culima ** Erwin L. Dano ** Ferdinand E. Nalcot ** Virgilio G. Nery, Jr. ** Sergio C. Pascual ** Derrick A. Plaza ** Nestor D. Amora (ABC Liga ng mga Barangay President) Barangay Council Association of Barangay Captains (Liga
appeared from the North. Following the Dano-Swedish War (1657-1658) and the Treaty of Roskilde Denmark had to give up all territory on the southern Scandinavian peninsula, and Helsingborg became submitted to new rulers. King Charles X Gustav of Sweden landed here on the 5th of March 1658 to take personal possession of the Scanian lands and was met by a delegation led by the bishop of the Diocese of Lund, Peder Winstrup. At that time the town had a population
(since 2004) German (Germany) Ragnarök Festival, and several songs of the album ''Secret of the Runes (Secret of the Runes (album))'' (2001) by the Swedish symphonic metal band Therion (Therion (band)). '''Scandinavia''' Danish (Danish language), Swedish (Swedish language) and archaic (Dano-)Norwegian: ''Skandinavien'', Norwegian (Norwegian language), Faroese (Faroese language) and Finnish (Finnish language): ''Skandinavia'',
political union consisting of the kingdoms of Denmark and Norway, including the Norwegian dependencies of Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. The corresponding adjective and demonym is Dano-Norwegian (Dano-Norwegian (disambiguation)). During Danish rule, Norway kept its separate laws, coinage and army, as well as some institutions such as a royal chancellor. Norway's old royal line had died out with the death of Olav IV,
breakup of the Dano-Icelandic union. The Faroe Islands are administratively divided in 30 municipalities (''kommunur''), with about 120 cities and villages. Until December 31, 2008, there were 34 municipalities, and until December 31, 2004, there were 48 municipalities. In the coming years the number of Faroese municipalities is expected to drop to somewhere between 7 and 15, as there is currently a rationale towards municipal Amalgamation (politics