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Vanadzor

while staying at the Green House hotel. *


Tiraspol

and the Moldovan sample dishes of national cuisine, decorated in the Moldovan national style. * *


Doha

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Empire of Japan

they belonged to the international school. By the late 1970s, the search for Japanese qualities and a national style caused many artists to reevaluate their artistic ideology and turn away from what some felt were the empty formulas of the West. Contemporary paintings within the modern idiom began to make conscious use of traditional Japanese art forms, devices, and ideologies. A number of ''mono-ha'' artists turned to painting to recapture traditional nuances in spatial arrangements, color


Peru

Flores , Academy Award nominee Magaly Solier, Huayno singer Dina Páucar, and chef Gaston Acurio visited the city to film a documentary-style commercial. Páucar, dressed in ethnic Peruvian costume, led a llama through the streets; Peruvian foods such as their national style of cebiche (ceviche), and Peruvian soft drink Inca Kola were served at a street festival; the Peruvian surfing team performed on tarpaulins in a college parking lot; and an acute accent


Tokyo

for Japanese qualities and a national style caused many artists to reevaluate their artistic ideology and turn away from what some felt were the empty formulas of the West. Contemporary paintings within the modern idiom began to make conscious use of traditional Japanese art forms, devices, and ideologies. A number of ''mono-ha'' artists turned to painting to recapture traditional nuances in spatial arrangements, color harmonies, and lyricism. The series (Television season) ran as a pilot


Norway

;Miroslav Hroch, "Introduction: National romanticism", in Balázs Trencsényi and Michal Kopeček, eds. ''Discourses of collective identity in Central and Southeast Europe'', vol. II ''National Romanticism: The Formation of National Movements'', 2007:4ff. In Norway, romanticism was embodied, not in literature, but in the movement toward a national style, both in architecture and in ''ethos''. Oscar Julius Falnes, ''National romanticism in Norway'', 1968. Earlier, there was a strong romantic nationalist element mixed with Enlightenment (Age of Enlightenment) rationalism in the rhetoric used in British North America, in the colonists' Declaration of Independence (United States Declaration of Independence) and the United States Constitution of 1787, as well as the rhetoric in the wave of revolts, inspired by new senses of localized identities, which swept the American colonies of Spain, one after the other, from 1811. Other examples of forced assimilation include Norway, where a law was passed in 1896 permitting the state to remove children from their parents and place them in state institutions. Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


Germany

and German (Germany) opera was the most influential form of music, though French opera composers like Balthasar de Beaujoyeaux, Jean Philippe Rameau and Jean Baptiste Lully made a distinctive national style characterized by dance rhythms (baroque dance), spoken dialogue and a lack of Italian recitative arias. thumb Edition from 1910 (File:Muret-Sanders000.jpg) thumb German Frontpage (File:Muret-Sanders000III.jpg) thumb Dictionary Muret-Sanders, Edition 1910 as a witness of its time “whilst Beamte(r) m would mean that the Word is always masculine” (File:Muret-Sanders000VII.jpg) '''''Der Große Muret Sanders''''' is a German–English and English–German bilingual dictionary now published by German (Germany) publishing house Langenscheidt. In its original form, it was a (monodirectional) German–English dictionary in two volumes by Eduard Muret and Daniel Sanders, published in 1869. The most recent edition contains 560,000 entries in 4 volumes and is the largest German (German language) English (English language) bilingual dictionary available; a CD-ROM edition is also available from Langenscheidt as '''Muret Sanders e-Großwörterbuch Deutsch–Englisch'''. WWII heroic commendations She traveled extensively to entertain American troops during World War II and nearly sacrificed her life for her country when she was nearly blown up by German (Germany) enemy planes near the Black Forest. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


France

Studio . The band recorded a number of albums and singles at Stargroves including various tracks which appeared on ''Exile On Main Street'', ''Sticky Fingers'' and ''It's Only Rock 'n Roll''. Three rooms of the three-storey palace commissioned to the noted architect Nikola Lazarov were later furnished in the Baroque style, one in the style of the Austrian royal palaces and one in a Bulgarian national style, while the study was designed in a Venetian (Venice) style. The palace features a carved wooden (wood carving) ceiling, oak wainscoting, built-in metal plates and Delftware. The interior columns are made of Carrara marble and an old Schindler (Schindler Group) lift is still in use. In terms of architecture, the Vrana Palace combines Byzantine (Byzantine architecture) influences, Bulgarian National Revival traditions, Art Nouveau and French (France) classicism. thumb Adolphe d'Ennery. (File:AdolpheDennery.jpg) '''Adolphe Philippe d'Ennery''' or '''Dennery''' (17 June 1811 – 25 January 1899) was a French (France) Jewish (Judaism) dramatist and novelist. Davis’s interest in story-telling continued with her book, ''Fiction in the Archives: Pardon Tales and their Tellers in 16th-century France'' (1987), a study of the stories people of all classes told to the king to get pardoned for homicide in the days before manslaughter was a possible plea. In her ''Women on the Margins ''(1995), she looked at the autobiographical accounts of three 17th-century women — the Jewish merchant Glikl Hamel (Glückel of Hameln), the Catholic nun Marie de l’Incarnation (Marie Guyart), who came to New France, and the Protestant entomologist-artist Maria Sibylla Merian—and discussed the role of religion in their lives. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


United States

national style, and the most popular recordings are imported from Europe, the United States, Democratic Republic of the Congo to invest, large-scale concerts, advanced recording studios, electric instruments and amplification and widespread distribution are difficult. A '''Plantation desk''' is an antique desk form. It is thought to have been originally used as a mail desk by postmen. The form is known to have been used on Southern plantations in the United States


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