expanded and rebuilt much of the palace, and renovated palatial interiors in the sumptuous Neoclassical (Neoclassicism) style (''illustration, left''). Paul graced the park with numerous additions, bridges, gates, and pavilions, such as "The Isle of Love", "The Private garden", "The Holland garden", and "The Labyrinth", among many other additions. In November 1796, following the death of his mother, Catherine the Great, Paul became Emperor Paul I of Russia, and granted Gatchina the status of the Imperial City—an official residence of the Russian Emperors. A remarkable monument of Paul's reign is the Priory Palace on the shore of the Black Lake. Constructed for the Russian Grand Priory of the Order of St John (Russian tradition of the Knights Hospitaller), it was presented to the Order by a decree of Paul I (Paul I of Russia) dated August 23, 1799. After Paul's death the grand palace and park were owned by his widow, Maria Feodorovna (Maria Feodorovna (Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg)), from 1801 to 1828. Then Emperor Nicholas I (Nicholas I of Russia) was the owner from 1828 to 1855. He made the most significant expansion of the palaces and parks, adding the Arsenal Halls to the main palace. The Arsenal Halls served as the summer residence of Tsar Nicholas I and his court. In 1851, Tsar Nicholas I opened the monument to his grandfather, Paul I, in front of the Gatchina Palace. In 1853, the railroad between St. Petersburg and Gatchina was opened. At that time, Gatchina's territory was expanded by incorporation of several villages and vicinity. Tsar Alexander II (Alexander II of Russia) used Gatchina Palace as his second residence. He built a hunting village and other additions for his Imperial Hunting Crew and turned the areas south of Gatchina into his retreat, where the Tsar and his guests could indulge in living country-style among unspoiled wilderness and woods of north-western Russia. Alexander II made updates and renovations in the Main Gatchina Palace. Tsar Alexander III (Alexander III of Russia) made Gatchina his prime residence, after experiencing a shock and stress of his father's assassination and the palace became known as "The Citadel of Autocracy" after the Tsar's reactionary policies. He lived most of his time in Gatchina Palace. During his reign, Alexander III introduced major technological modernization in the Gatchina Palace and parks, such as electric lights, telephone network, non-freezing water pipes, and modern sewage system. Nicholas II (Nicholas II of Russia), the last Russian Tsar, spent his youth in the Gatchina Palace. His mother, Empress Maria Fedorovna, widow of Alexander III, was the patron of the city of Gatchina and Gatchina Palace and parks. An erotic cabinet (eros), ordered by Catharine the Great, seems to have been adjacent to her suite of rooms in Gatchina. The furniture was highly eccentric with tables that had large penises for legs. The walls were covered in erotic art. There are photographs of this room and a Russian eye-witness has described the interior but the Russian authorities have always been very secretive about this peculiar Czarist heritage. The rooms and the furniture were seen by two Wehrmacht-officers but they seem to have vanished since then. Igorʹ Semenovich Kon and James Riordan, ''Sex and Russian Society'' page 18. http: www.trouw.nl tr nl 4512 Cultuur archief article detail 1775415 2003 12 06 Het-Geheim-van-Catherina-de-Grote.dhtml Article in Trouw by Peter Dekkers. Retrieved 8 july 2014 A documentary by Peter Woditsch suggests that the cabinet was in the Peterhof Palace and not in Gatchina. http: www.deproductie.nl films het-geheim-van-catherina-de-grote Trailer of the documentary by Peter Woditsch. Retrieved 8 july 2014 20th century thumb Map from 1928 showing the town as Trotsk (File:Trotsk map 1928.jpg) Gatchina was honored as the best-kept city of Russia at the 1900 World's Fair in Paris (Exposition Universelle (Exposition Universelle (1900))). The quality of life, education, medical services, and public safety in Gatchina were recognized as the best, and it was recommended as an example for other cities in Russia. One of the first airfields in Russia was established in Gatchina in 1910. The pilot Pyotr Nesterov was trained at Gatchina airfield and made his first long-distance flight from Gatchina to Kiev in the 1900s. At that time, an aviation industry was developing in Gatchina, eventually becoming one of the first centers of aviation and engine technology in Russia. During the 1900s, Gatchina remained one of the official Imperial Residences of Tsar Nicholas II, who was presiding over annual military parades and celebrations of the Imperial Russian Army garrisons, stationed in Gatchina until 1917. During World War I, major medical hospitals in Gatchina were patronized by the Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Maria Fyodorovna, the mother of Nicholas II, his wife the Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna (Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse)), as well as their daughters: the Grand Duchess Olga (Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia), the Grand Duchess Tatyana (Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia), the Grand Duchess Maria (Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia (1899–1918)), and the Grand Duchess Anastasiya (Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia). In May 1918, in the former imperial palace, one of the first museums in the country was opened "for the victorious popular masses of the Russian Revolution". WikiPedia:Gatchina Commons:Category:Gatchina
to residents every day. During the "Summer of Love", psychedelic rock music was entering the mainstream, receiving more and more commercial radio airplay. The Scott McKenzie song "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)," written by John Phillips (John Phillips (musician)) of The Mamas & the Papas, became a hit (chart hit) single (single (music)) in 1967. The Monterey Pop Festival in June further cemented the status of psychedelic music as a part
;White Rabbit (White Rabbit (song))" (1967) and "Somebody to Love (Somebody to Love (Jefferson Airplane song))" (1967). P. Frame, ''Rock Family Trees'' (London: Omnibus Press, 1980), ISBN 0-86001-414-2, p. 9. The Doors' first hit single "Light My Fire" (1967), running for over seven minutes, became one of the defining records of the genre, although their follow up album ''Strange Days (Strange Days (album))'' only enjoyed moderate
, which, during 1967's "Summer of Love," was emerging as the signature hippie locale. Expounding a philosophy that included some of the Scientology he had studied in prison, Upon a staff evaluation of Manson when he entered prison in July 1961 at the U.S. penitentiary in McNeil Island, Washington
searching for other ways to make a living. Nowadays, São Luís has the largest and best preserved heritage of colonial Portuguese architecture of all Latin America. The island is known as the "Island of Love" and as "the Brazilian Athens", due to its many poets and writers, such as Sotero dos Reis, Aluísio Azevedo, Graça Aranha, Gonçalves Dias (the most famous), Josué Montello, Ferreira Gullar, among others. The ancestral composition of São Luís, according to an autosomal DNA study, is 42% European, 39% Native American and 19% African. http: www.scielo.br scielo.php?script sci_arttext&pid S1415-47572005000100004 Economy thumb 250px Colares Moreira Street name Avenue (File:Avenida Colares Moreira - São Luís.jpg). Maranhão's economy was one of the most prosperous in the country until the mid-nineteenth century. However, after the Civil War the United States of America, when it lost space in the export of cotton, the state collapsed. Only after the end of the 1960s did the state begin to receive incentives and emerge from seclusion, by way of road and rail connections with other regions. In the late eighteenth century, increased international demand for cotton to meet the English textile industry coupled with reduced production because of the North American War of Independence in the United States provided the perfect setting to stimulate cotton production in Maranhão. Shipping companies and Southampton & Company Maranha Maranha Shipping Company, shipping steam, which performed the transportation of cotton from the states of Georgia and Alabama, began operating in St. Louis shaft - London, leading to production of Caxias and Baixada Maranhão. By the early twentieth century, St. Louis still exporting cotton to England by sea, through the lines and Booth Red Cross Line Line (the extended route to Iquitos) and company-Maranha Liverpool Shipping Company. During this period, the golden phase of the economy of Maranhão, São Luís has a living cultural effervescence. The city, which related more to the European capitals that the other Brazilian cities, was the first company to receive an Italian opera. Had as few sidewalks and lighting in the country. Received weekly the latest news from French literature. The great fortunes cotton and local business sent their children to study in Recife, Salvador (Salvador, Bahia), Rio de Janeiro and, especially, Europe. The opening of the Port of Itaqui in St. Louis, currently second in depth in the world, second only to the Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and one of the busiest in the country, served to drain the industrial production and iron ore coming from Train Serra dos Carajás, activity operated by Companhia Vale do Rio Doce. The proximity to strategic markets in Europe and North America has led the Port an attractive option to export, but suffers from increased coastal shipping. Ludovicense economy is based on the aluminum processing industry, food, tourism and services. St. Louis has the largest GDP in the state, hosting two public universities (and UFMA UEMA) and various educational institutions and private colleges. According to the latest data from the IBGE survey of the city of St. Louis has a GDP of R $ 9,340,944,000.00 to 29 and thus the national economy from over 5,560 Brazilian municipalities, and occupying the 14th position among the capitals. Climate The city of São Luís experiences a tropical monsoon climate with a short dry season (Koppen ''Am'') from August to November. During this period when the equatorial rainband associated with the highly seasonalized positioning of the Intertropical Convergence Zone is not over the city, warm to hot temperatures and abundant equatorial sunshine prevail. Conversely, the humid, rainy wet season dominates the remaining majority of the year, with abundant cloud cover prevalent and heavy rains falling from December to July, with the heaviest rainfall and highest cloud cover from January to May. The cloudiest month of the year is March with a monthly average of 107.2 hours of bright sunshine throughout the month, while the sunniest month of the year is August with a monthly average of 260.3 hours of sunshine throughout the month. The wettest month is April with an average monthly total of '''Adaílson Pereira Coelho''', more commonly known as '''Abuda''' (born 28 March 1986 in São Luís (São Luís, Maranhão)), is a Brazilian striker (Forward (association football)). He currently plays for Moto Club (Moto Club de São Luís). In 1910, pregnant Áurea (Torres) along with her mother, Maria (Montenegro) arrive at a remote, desert-like part of the Brazilian state of Maranhão -- called the Lençóis Maranhenses -- where her fanatical husband Vasco de Sá (Ruy Guerra) has relocated the family from the state's capital, São Luís (São Luís, Maranhão), to start a farm. Soon the white settlers realize that they are not alone: a group of descendants of runaway slaves live in the area, in a settlement—generally known as a ''quilombo'' -- they call "The Island" because it is the only permanently fertile spot in a sea of sand where it rains only during the rainy season. Due to the madness of Vasco, Maria seeks to bribe the black settlers to take her and her daughter away, but they, while taking her money (it is basically useless in the local barter economy), do no such thing.
swedishcharts.com - Laleh - Simon Says publisher swedishcharts.com accessdate 2012-02-09 Due to strong downloads from the album, the first track from the LP, "Big City Love", also charted at number thirty-two. It was later released as a single in May 2009
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'''Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart''' is a Catholic college preparatory day school for girls founded in 1961 in the neighborhood of Coconut Grove in Miami, Florida. Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, a Catholic college preparatory school for women is part of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools founded by Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat.
with Madonna on her videos for "Justify My Love" (1990), "Human Nature (Human Nature (Madonna song))" (1995), "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" (1996), "Don't Tell Me (Don't Tell Me (Madonna song))" (2000) and "Hollywood (Hollywood (Madonna song))" (2003). The video was shot in October 1986 and was released in December 1986. It was produced by David Naylor.
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part in the 7th festival "To Salo with Love"! The festival was recognizedfour times in the Book of Records of Ukraine – the biggest salo sandwich in the world (76 m), the first Salo and Pig monument in the world, the world’s record insalo eating speed (1 kilogram per 10 minutes and 55 seconds), the biggest football in the world made of salo (diameter – more than 6 m, weight – more than 400 kilograms). The festival program is fun and interesting with salo lovers’ competitions, displays