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Matagalpa

to the parishioners. Saint Peter´s Cathedral is the major building of the city, it was built by the Jesuit fathers starting in 1874, and finished in 1895. In the Bishop´s Palace (Calle de los Bancos), there is a small Chapel called "El Ateneo", there is a big 5x 10 feet famous oil painting named Sagrada Familia, it is believed to be painted by Bartolomeo Murillo, a classical Spanish painter of the year 1640`s. It showes Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint Ignatius Loyola and Saint Louis Gonzaga. Pay


Kirkuk

(Baghdad, Iraq) - Overseen by H.H. Mar Addai II Catholicos Patriarch *Archdiocese of Kirkuk (Kirkuk, Iraq) - Overseen by Archbishop Mar Narsai Toma *Archdiocese of Nineveh (Mosul, Iraq) - Overseen by Archbishop Mar Toma Gewargis In 1933 he was Director General of Irrigation, and from 1934 to 1935 he was Minister of Public Works. During his Ministership the opening of the famous oil pipeline from the oilfields at Kirkuk to the Mediterranean over


Cairo

Ministership the opening of the famous oil pipeline from the oilfields at Kirkuk to the Mediterranean over was celebrated. In 1935 he was Director General of Municipalities. From 1936 till 1944 he was Lord Mayor of Baghdad for a second time. The city planning and the general layout of the present modern Baghdad were one of his great achievements of the period. From June 4, 1944 to August 25, 1945 he was Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Minister of Defense and Supply


Romania

Communist Party of Romania (PCdR). It was disestablished in 1939. The '''Romanian Embassy in Washington, D.C.''' is the main diplomatic mission of Romania to the United States of America. It is located at 1607 23rd Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C. 20008. http: www.embassy.org embassies ro.html You might try Ploieşti in Romania, which is the most famous oil region of Europe. The article mentions several oil companies. alteripse (User:Alteripse) 12:40, 18 September 2005 (UTC) :You might also try Google Answers. That sort of question is what they usually deal with, and for the measly sum of USD$200 (which I'm sure a client who wants 45,000 tons of petroleum product can afford to part with), you can get a very comprehensive answer in a very short period of time. Full Disclosure: I have nothing to do whatsoever with Google Answers, I just know it exists.--inks (User:Inkypaws) 23:26, 18 September 2005 (UTC) Born in Bacău, Romania, she studied at the Conservatory (National University of Music Bucharest) in Bucharest. Her international debut was at the age of sixteen when she performed in The Hague under Bruno Maderna. In 1969, she won the second grand prize in the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud Competition (Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition) in Paris (nobody won the first one) as well as the special prize of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco. In 1970, she was the winner of the first prize in the George Enescu Competition in Bucharest. In 1972, she was invited by Leopold Stokowski to play the Glazunov (Alexander Glazunov) Violin Concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall, recorded by Decca (Decca Records). Childhood Kastner was born in 1906 in Kolozsvár, Austria-Hungary, into a local community of 15,000 Jews. The governance of the city was unstable, moving back and forth between Hungary and Romania. It became Cluj, Romania (Cluj-Napoca) in 1918, was returned to Hungary in 1940, then was restored to Romania by the Treaty of Paris (Paris Peace Treaties, 1947) in 1947, after the Soviet and Romanian armies defeated German and Hungarian forces in the winter of 1944-45. Afterwards, while he was working for the army in Romania, documents show that Hudson recruited Stephen Zollner, a Hungarian Jew buying timber for the British government around eastern Europe, to retrieve the treasure. Zollner managed to acquire three parts of the buried treasure, and sent them to Hudson in a diplomatic bag. The Yugoslav authorities caught him, however, and Zollner confessed everything. After 1989 the agency changed its name to ROMPRES (to underline the close relations of Romania with France,


Egypt

early stage of the Second Sino-Japanese War In 1933 he was Director General of Irrigation, and from 1934 to 1935 he was Minister of Public Works. During his Ministership the opening of the famous oil pipeline from the oilfields at Kirkuk to the Mediterranean over was celebrated. In 1935 he was Director General of Municipalities. From 1936 till 1944 he was Lord Mayor of Baghdad for a second time. The city planning and the general layout of the present modern Baghdad


Soviet Union

political leverage against Hanoi. In 1933 he was Director General of Irrigation, and from 1934 to 1935 he was Minister of Public Works. During his Ministership the opening of the famous oil pipeline from the oilfields at Kirkuk to the Mediterranean over was celebrated. In 1935 he was Director General of Municipalities. From 1936 till 1944 he was Lord Mayor of Baghdad for a second time. The city planning and the general layout of the present modern Baghdad were one


United States

) is an American (United States) professional ice hockey defenseman (defenceman) currently playing for the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League (NHL). '''''Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States''''' is a famous oil-on-canvas painting by Howard Chandler Christy, depicting the Constitutional Convention (Philadelphia Convention) signing the U.S. Constitution (Constitution of the United States) at Independence Hall (United States) Independence Hall


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