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Derna, Libya

). Football Derna is home to four football clubs which are Darnis, Al Afriqi, Al Shallal, and Nusoor Martouba. Darnis is the most successful and popular club in the city. The biggest rivals in the city are Darnis and Al Afriqi which have a long and great history of classic rivalry. See also * List of cities in Libya References


century. Smolensk is a city with great history. Since XII century it was a capital of the princedom, but since 1522 it became a city of Moscow kingdom. In 1596 the great fortress was built to protect people. Now this fortress is the most interesting sight of the city. It's bigger than Moscow fortress (the Kremlin). The length of its walls is about 6.5 km. Get in By plane Although there are two airports, they are used by military only and civil planes are not accepted

Reading, Pennsylvania

operations for both the 1999-2000 season and the 2000-2001 season. The Chill relocated during their inactive two year status to their present location in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania for the 2000-2001 season to make room for the Jackets (Columbus Blue Jackets). The Sovereign Center and the city of Reading, Pennsylvania are also the hosts of the 2009 All-Star Game and Skills Challenge for the ECHL. During this exciting upcoming season, as an affiliate of a team with great history


. Drink One is never far from a corner store opening late selling the bare essentials of life late into the night, which always include booze and bread. Georgia is known as the cradle of wine. Georgian wine was and still is the best in post-Soviet culture. Georgia produces wine, and Georgians respect wine culture. Try one of the famous wines. The region which is popular for its wine production is Kakheti. This place has a great history of wine. *

Faroe Islands

. Sometimes the summer fog creates a mystical landscape, in which you may vividly imagine the great history and mystical stories belonging to the islands. Some have said that when the landscape is surrounded by this sort of weather it reminds them of the landscape in J.R.R Tolkien's ''The Lord of the Rings'' trilogy. The tranquillity of the islands are great if you want to escape from big city madness. The Faroese love to take things easy and are not at all worried about arriving on time


;ref name Cbs060404 Alleged Qaeda Member Faces Tribunal, ''CBS News'', April 4, 2006 - Herat Aria The city is dominated by the remains of a citadel constructed by Alexander the Great. - History Strategically situated in the heart of Peshawar, Bacha Khan International


construction turned their eyes toward the Middle East and continued to be a major player in construction projects, with the successful completion of such vital international projects as the Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard, the Diplomatic Hotel in Bahrain and the Jubail Industrial Harbor Projects in Saudi Arabia, also known as 'the great history of the 20th century'. At that time, the amount of orders received by the Korean construction company exceeded US$10 billion and this contributed in overcoming the national crisis resulting from the oil shock. January 2001 Arc'teryx was purchased by the Adidas owned Salomon Group . In May 2005 Amer Sports purchased the Salomon Group from Adidas. Crane, Leah, ''"Salomon Sold to Amer Sports"'', Transworld Business Magazine, August 9, 2005 The Arc'teryx head office is still located in North Vancouver, although harnesses, backpacks, and many other lamination equipment is from its own factory in Burnaby, BC, their apparel line has expanded, thus Arc'teryx has consequently outsourced to plants in China, Vietnam, and New Zealand. Internationally, ''The Unit'' premiered on October 3, 2006, in the United Kingdom on Bravo (Bravo (UK TV network)); on October 11, 2006, in Australia on the Seven Network and on FOX8 and Arena (Arena (TV network)) on Foxtel Austar pay-TV network and now airs on 7Two on Tuesdays at 8:30 pm; on January 11 in Spain on La Sexta; on January 25 in The Netherlands on RTL 5; on March 7 in Germany on Sat. 1; on September 23 in Bulgaria on bTV (bTV (Bulgaria)); on March 9, 2008, in Russia on DTV; and on June 13, 2009, in Vietnam on VTC7-Today TV (Vietnam Multimedia Corporation), in Turkey by TNT. In 2006 and 2007, the CCI tennis courts were the stage for the Kingfisher Airlines Tennis Open, an ATP Tour tournament, previously held in Shanghai from 1995 to 2004 and in Vietnam in 2005. Commons:Category:Vietnam


book authorlink Ron Goulart last Goulart first Ron title Ron Goulart's Great History of Comic Books publisher Contemporary Books location Chicago year 1986 isbn 0-8092-5045-4 page 55 His Cavalry unit was among those under John J. Pershing's command that in 1916 hunted the Mexican (Mexico) revolutionary Pancho Villa. The following year, he served under Pershing fighting the Muslim Moros in the Philippines, and with a Cossack troop

in the Rhine". His Cavalry unit was among those under John J. Pershing's command that in 1916 hunted the Mexican (Mexico) revolutionary Pancho Villa. The following year, he served under Pershing fighting the Muslim


canvases to represent four heroic figures of David and Samson and Manius Curius Dentatus and Horatius Cocles, and scenes from the Batavians and Romans (Ancient Rome). Flinck was unable to finish more than the sketches. After his death Rembrandt was asked to fill one of the commissions, and produced his last great history picture, the ''Conspriracy of Claudius Civilis'', which the authorities rejected. Clark, Kenneth (Kenneth Clark), ''An Introduction to Rembrandt'',pp. 60-61, 1978, London, John Murray Readers Union, 1978 Recognition Waterhouse became a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1861, and was President from 1888 to 1891. He obtained a grand prix for architecture at the Paris Exposition of 1867 (Exposition Universelle (1867)), and a "Rappel" in 1878. In the same year he received the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and was made an associate of the Royal Academy, of which body he became a full member in 1885 and treasurer in 1898. He was also a member of the academies of Vienna (1869), Brussels (1886), Antwerp (Antwerp (city)) (1887), Milan (1888) and Berlin (1889), and a corresponding member of the Institut de France (1893). After 1886 he was constantly called upon to act as assessor in architectural competitions, and was a member of the international jury appointed to adjudicate on the designs for the west front of Milan Cathedral in 1887. In 1890 he served as architectural member of the Royal Commission on the proposed enlargement of Westminster Abbey as a place of burial. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


of the Polish nation and church (along with Gniezno); presents a mixture of architecture from all ''epoques''. * Szczecin — most important city of Pomerania with an enormous harbor, monuments, old parks and museums. * Wrocław — an old Silesian city with great history; placed on 12 islands, it has more bridges than any other European town except Venice, Amsterdam and Hamburg. thumbnail right bisons in Białowieża National Park (File:Białowieski Park Narodowy03 23a.jpg) Other destinations thumbnail right Wieliczka salt mine (File:Wieliczka salt mine.jpg) * Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz) — An infamous complex of German Nazi extermination and slave labour camps that became the centre of the holocaust of Jews during World War II. UNESCO World Heritage Site. * Białowieża National Park — a huge area of ancient woodland straddling the border with Belarus. UNESCO World Heritage Site. * Bory Tucholskie National Park — national park protecting the Tucholskie Forests. * Kalwaria Zebrzydowska — monastery in the Beskids from 1600 with Mannerist architecture and a Stations of the Cross complex. UNESCO World Heritage Site. * Karkonosze National Park — national park in the Sudety around the Śnieżka Mountain with beautiful waterfalls. * Malbork — home to the Malbork Castle, the beautiful huge Gothic castle made of brick and the largest one in Europe. UNESCO World Heritage Site. * Słowiński National Park — national park next to the Baltic Sea with the biggest dunes in Europe * Wieliczka Salt Mine (Wieliczka) — the oldest still existing enterprise worldwide, this salt mine was exploited continuously since the 13th century. UNESCO World Heritage Site. * Wielkopolski National Park — national park in Greater Poland protecting the wildlife of the Wielkopolskie Lakes. Get in Visas WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland

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