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Marbella

1985 06 20 pdfs A19110-19134.pdf archivedate 23 December 2011 the Municipal Corporation of Marbella consists of 27 councilors. Gil Cases Corruption accusations and mayor Gil's further conviction in 2002 for diverting public funds to Atlético led to reappraisal of the city's finances. When Jesús Gil y Gil finally resigned that year, he was succeeded by Julián Muñoz, his right-hand man, a former waiter famous for his romantic involvement with singer Isabel Pantoja


NKVD

and, as soon the war ended, emigrated to Palestine. After Italy, Vidali relocated to Moscow, where he was enlisted into the NKVD. While in the Soviet Union, he was officially rebuked for indulging in love affairs (Cacucci, 1999). With Socorro Rojo Internacional as his cover, Vidali was sent by the Comintern to Mexico to discipline the Mexican Communist Party. His time there brought Vidali's romantic involvement with communist photographer Tina Modotti, who had


Helsinki

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Florence

to the Western readers from Princess Elena Ghica's memories, ''Gli Albanesi in Rumenia. Storia dei principi Ghika'' ("The Albanians in Romania. The history of the Ghica Princes"). For Dora d'Istria (Elena Ghica's ''nom de plume''), the crumbly theory of an Albanian origin of the family's founder, resurrected after several centuries of latent existence, proved to be very lucrative: it gave a new sense for her Romantic involvement in the Balkan people's emancipation struggle (Rise of nationalism under the Ottoman Empire) (having previously adopted - and later abandon - a Hellenophile attitude, by courtesy of her Greek maternal ancestry and under the influence of her Greek tutor Gregorios Pappadopoulos), as well as in her anti-establishment attitude generated by the entrenching of the Hohenzollern (House of Hohenzollern) in the Romanian Principality to the detriment of her family who had high hopes for a return on the throne. She started learning Albanian history (History of Albania), and eventually became - since 1866 - the main advocate in Western Europe of the Albanian cause (Albanian National Awakening), despite the fact that she never knew or learned the Albanian language. Her book, ''Gli Albanesi in Rumenia. Storia dei principi Ghika'', which upon its publication in 1873 in Florence caused the wrath of her family, repudiating (Disownment) her, Liviu Bordaș, ''Operele incomplete ale Dorei d’Istria. Istoria unei ediţii la 1870'', in Caiete Critice, Bucureşti, nr. 10-11, 2008, pp. 51-56. Online at: Ghyka.net managed to forever shift the public perception towards the Albanian theory for the origin the family, at the expense of the Aromanian one. The book was preceded by a series of articles on the nationalities from South-Eastern Europe and their struggle for independence. After articles on the Romanian (1859), Greek (Greeks) (1860) and Serbian (Serbs) (1865) ethnic identity, Dora d'Istria published in 1866 the article entitled ''The Albanian nationality according to folksongs''. The study was translated into Albanian in 1867 by the Italo-Albanian patriot Dhimitër Kamarda, Paul Cernovodeanu et al., ''Elena Ghica - Dora d'Istria''. Online at Ghyka.net and was prefaced by a poem with a revolutionary content, written by an Albanian author and addressed to his countrymen, urging them to rise up against the Ottomans. Nathalie Clayer, ''Origins of Albanian nationalism'', Karthala, Paris, 2007, p.209, apud Paul Cernovodeanu et al., ''Elena Ghica - Dora d'Istria''. Online at Ghyka.net Henceforth, Dora d'Istria became popular in Albanian nationalists circles, whose members did not hesitate to use her name for gaining support for their cause. This development was accepted and nurtured by the Romanian author, and she cultivated correspondences with several notable Albanian patriots, including Kamarda and Jeronim de Rada. After the publication of ''Gli Albanesi in Romania...'', the Albanian nationalists in Italy proceeded to declare Elena Ghica as the uncrowned queen (Queen regnant) of Albania. These speculations were tacitly entertained by Elena Ghica; similarly, other members of the family were drawn into this Albanian nationalistic tradition: at the end of the century, another member of the family, Romanian writer and socialite Albert Ghica would likewise key up vocal demands for the Albanian throne. 1981 started off in February with an indoor world record over 800 m at Cosford, time 1:46.0. His world record in the 800 metre race in Florence on June 10: his 1:41.73 in the 800 metres remained unbeaten until August 1997. As of 2010, this still stands as the UK record (UK records in athletics) and makes him the third fastest man ever. A month afterwards he set another record with 2:12.18 for 1000 m, which was to last 19 years and to this day has only been bettered once. Coe was more than 1.7 seconds (about 14 m in distance) faster than anyone on record at both distances. Between these two record breaking runs he won the Europa Cup 800 m semi-final, running the last 100 m in 11.3 (the fastest ever recorded in a major international race), and achieved a personal best of 3:31.95 in the 1500 metres, despite dreadful pace making in the initial stages. In August he won the gold medal at the European Cup final, before going on to better the standard for the mile twice; first with a 3:48.53 in Zürich (Letzigrund) and then with a 3:47.33 in Brussels (Heysel Stadium), either side of Ovett's world record in Koblenz (3:48.40). He ended a remarkable season with gold over 800m at the World Cup in Rome in September, and remained undefeated in both the 1500 metres mile and the 800 metres for the entire season, as in 1979. Track & Field News and Athletics Weekly magazines voted Coe Athlete of the Year, an honour he had also won in 1979. Sandro Pertini was against Italy's participation in World War I, but served as a lieutenant and was awarded several medals as for bravery. In 1918 he joined the United Socialist Party (United Socialist Party (Italy, 1922–1930)), PSU, then he settled in Florence where he also graduated in political science with a thesis entitled ''La Cooperazione'' ("Cooperation"; 1924). While in the city, Pertini also came into contact with people such as Gaetano Salvemini, the brothers Carlo (Carlo Rosselli) and Nello Rosselli, and Ernesto Rossi. Pertini was physically beaten by Fascist (Fascism) squads (Blackshirts) on several occasions, but never lost faith in his ideals. When Quinten is 16, he decides to look for his father. Except for his mother and grandmother he has very little that binds him to Westerbork. He goes to Italy. He visits Venice and Florence but through meetings with strange people, he is forced to flee both cities. He eventually arrives in Rome. In the Pantheon (Pantheon, Rome), he is approached by a strange man with a long beard and a raven on his shoulder. He realizes that it is his father. Onno has fled to Rome and has filled his life with his original quest to decipher the Diskos of Phaistos. thumb 250px right ''Florence. View from the Boboli Gardens'', Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot (File:Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot 004.jpg), after 1834. The '''Boboli Gardens''' (Italian: ''Giardini di Boboli'') are a park in Florence, Italy, that is home to a collection of sculptures dating from the 16th through the 18th centuries, with some Roman antiquities. In 1953, Pabst directed four opera productions in Italy: ''La forza del destino'' for the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in Florence (conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos, the cast included Renata Tebaldi, Fedora Barbieri, Mario del Monaco, Aldo Protti, Cesare Siepi), and a few weeks later, for the Arena di Verona Festival, a spectacular ''Aïda'', with Maria Callas in the title role (conducted by Tullio Serafin, with del Monaco), ''Il trovatore'' and again ''La forza del destino''. http: www.time.com time magazine article 0,9171,818661,00.html Time Magazin Article about Pabst's ''Aida'' for the Arena di Verona, August 10, 1953 Serving Italian factions In the following years, the White Company fought under many banners and switched sides many times. In 1364, it fought for Pisa against Florence. In 1369, Hawkwood fought for Perugia against the Papal forces. In 1370, he joined Bernabò Visconti in his war against an alliance of cities including Pisa and Florence. In 1372, he fought for Visconti against his former master, the Marquis of Monferrato. After that, he resigned his command and the White Company moved to the service of the Pope for a time. '''Gandalf Airlines''' was a regional airline based at Orio al Serio Airport near Milan, Italy. It operated a fleet of Dornier 328 aircraft in both jet and turboprop versions to a number of European destinations: Barcelona, Bari, Brescia, Brussels, Catania, Florence, Madrid, Milan, Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Paris (Orly), Pisa, Rome, Stuttgart, Trieste and Verona. Gandalf also had an agreement with Air France to feed the French carrier's international flights at de Gaulle. thumb left Gandalf Airlines Dornier 328 (Image:D-BGAS-Dornier 328JET-Gandalf Airlines.jpg) The English French name for Florence in Italy is closer to the original name in Latin (''Florentia'') than is the modern Italian name (''Firenze''). Much later, after his adventures in England, (until August 9, 1785), Miranda went to Venice, Padua, Verona, Mantua, Parma, Modena, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Lucca, Livorno, Rome and Naples, (from November 12, 1785 to around March 16, 1786). He traveled on April 2, 1786, to the modern-day Dubrovnik (a vassal city of the Ottoman Empire, then better known with other, Italian name Ragusa), and then to Constantinople in Turkey (until September 23, 1786), Russia, (from September 26, 1786 until September 7, 1787, slightly under one year), Sweden, (in Stockholm as from September 10, 1787 until November 2, 1787), Norway, from November 10, 1787 until departing from Karlskrona in Sweden from December 17, 1787), Denmark (from September 23, 1787 until March 10, 1788 after being received in Denmark orders of capture from Spain no later than January 22, 1788), the Free Hanseatic Town (Hanseatic League) of Hamburg, (from (April 1, 1788 until the April 27, 1788), the Free Town of Bremen, (leaving on April 27), Holland, (from around the May 2, 1788 until around June 16, 1788), some actual Belgian towns and German cities along the Rhine river, Swiss Basel, (arrival July 30, 1788, and then again after touring German-speaking Switzerland on October 12, 1788), Swiss Geneva (arrival September 25, 1788), and France, (entry around the 3rd and 4th weeks of September 1788, two stays in Marseilles, the second departing there towards Bordeaux on February 26, 1789 via inland waterways), travels to Rouen, Le Havre and Paris around May 5, 1789, getting papers as "Mr. Meeroff from Livonia" to arrive in Dover, (England) and then London on June 19, 1789, taking lodgings at the house of his British friend, "A Barlow", at 47 Jermyn Street ). Ill-health striking O’Brien, he departed for Florence, Italy to recuperate, returning for the January 1910 general election (United Kingdom general election, January 1910), in which the Cork electorate returned eight "O'Brienite" MPs. Throughout 1910 his AFIL movement was opposed an Irish Party supported by the Catholic clergy. It returned eight independent AFIL MPs in the December 1910 general election (United Kingdom general election, December 1910) to be O'Brien's new political party. From July 1910 until late 1916 O’Brien published the League’s newspaper, the ''Cork Free Press''. Election results published by it showed Independents throughout Ireland had won 30% of votes cast. While working on ''Peasant War'', Kollwitz twice visited Paris, and enrolled in classes at the Académie Julian in order to learn how to sculpt. Bittner, pages 6-7. During this time she also visited Rodin twice. The etching ''Outbreak'' was awarded the Villa Romana prize, which provided for a year's stay, in 1907, in a studio in Florence. Although Kollwitz did no work, she later recalled the impact of early Renaissance art. ''"But there, for the first time, I began to understand Florentine art."'' Kollwitz, Kaethe: ''The Diaries and Letters of Kaethe Kollwitz'', page 45. Henry Regnery Company, 1955. thumb left 250px ''The Grieving Parents'', a memorial to Kollwitz' son Peter, now in Vladslo German war cemetery (File:Het treurende ouderpaar - Käthe Kolwitz.JPG). '''Cisalpino AG (Aktiengesellschaft)''' was a railway company operating international trains between Switzerland and Italy connecting Basel, Schaffhausen, Zürich, Geneva, Milan, Venice, Trieste, Livorno, and Florence. The company had its legal headquarters in Muri bei Bern, Switzerland, and was jointly owned by the Swiss Federal Railways and Trenitalia. Graduate campuses The Graziadio School of Business and Management, School of Public Policy, and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology are headquartered in West Los Angeles (West Los Angeles (region)) at the Howard Hughes Center next to Interstate 405 (Interstate 405 (California)). These two schools also offer programs at graduate campuses in Encino (Encino, Los Angeles, California), Irvine (Irvine, California), Santa Clara (Santa Clara, California), and Westlake Village (Westlake Village, California). International programs of the University's various schools have taken place in London, Heidelberg, Florence, Buenos Aires, Paris, Madrid, Lausanne, Johannesburg, Tegucigalpa, Brisbane, Chiang Mai (Chiang Mai, Thailand), Hong Kong and Tokyo. Gifts poured in from outside the royal court. From the Medici in Florence in 1601 came an over-lifesize marble of Samson and a Philistine by Giovanni da Bologna (Giambologna), presented as a diplomatic gift. It had been made for a Medici garden, and though it had recently been in storage, it was a princely gift (now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London). Lerma assembled a vast collection of paintings. Duke Mario Farnese (House of Farnese) sent over a Fra Angelico ''Annunciation'' (it was a little old-fashioned), which Lerma passed on to the Dominicans of Valladolid and is now at the Prado, Madrid. thumb 250px left Lerma Ducal Palace Ducal palace (Image:Lermapal lou02.JPG) at Lerma (Lerma, Burgos). Seeking solitude and the right atmosphere for composition, he went to live in Florence, where he composed his suite ''May in Tuscany'' (Op. 21). After a year in Venice Nevin made Paris his home for a year, then returned to America, where he remained until his death. Here he became an acquaintance of Austrian adventurer Christoph Rogendorf, then at odds with Vienna court. After a brief sojourn in Vienna, Držić came back to his native city. Other vagabond exploits followed: a connection with a group of Dubrovnik outlaws, a journey to Constantinople and a brief trip to Venice. After a career as an interpreter, scrivener and church musician, he even became a conspirator. Convinced that Dubrovnik was governed by a small circle of elitist aristocracy bent to tyranny, he tried to persuade in five letters (four of which survive) the powerful Medici family in Florence to help him overthrow the government in his home town; they did not respond. Marin died suddenly in Venice on May 2, 1567. He was buried in the Church of St. John and Paul. thumb left Theodore Parker's tomb in Florence (Image:Cimitero degli inglesi, tomba Theodore Parker.JPG) Parker's ill health forced his retirement in 1859. He developed tuberculosis, then without treatment, and departed for Florence, Italy where he died on May 10, 1860. He sought refuge in Florence because of his friendship with Elizabeth Barrett (Elizabeth Barrett Browning) and Robert Browning, Isa Blagden and Frances Power Cobbe, but died scarcely a month following his arrival. It was less than a year before the outbreak of the American Civil War. DATE OF DEATH May 10, 1860 PLACE OF DEATH Florence, Italy Internationally, the IS has taken part in the first two European Social Forums held in Florence and Paris, and is often active in international protests. Francesco Maria Veracini led a turbulent life. Born in Florence, the son of a pharmacist and undertaker, he was taught the violin by his uncle, Antonio Veracini, with whom he often appeared in concert. Veracini wrote a concerto grosso for eight instruments which was performed in 1711 at the coronation festivities for the Emperor Charles VI (Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor). The Beaux-Arts training emphasized the mainstream examples of Imperial (Roman Empire) Roman architecture between Augustus and the Severan emperors (Severan dynasty), Italian Renaissance, and French and Italian Baroque (Baroque architecture) models especially, but the training could then be applied to a broader range of models: Quattrocento Florentine (Florence) palace fronts or French late Gothic (French Gothic architecture). American architects of the Beaux-Arts generation often returned to Greek (Ancient Greece) models, which had a strong local history in the American Greek Revival of the early 19th century. For the first time, repertories of photographs supplemented meticulous scale drawings and on-site renderings of details. In mid July the division joined XIII Corps at the Trasimene Line as reinforcements ahead of a set piece offensive planned to carry an advance to Arrezzo. The New Zealand division acted as guard to the right flank of the corps. Kay, p. 102 Arezzo was captured on 16 July Kay, p. 113 and the advance was continued towards the River Arno and Florence. The New Zealand Division's capture of the eastern crests of the Pian dei Cerri hills at the start of August was the turning point of the battle for Florence. Kay, p. 179 Florence was declared an open city and Allied troops entered on 4 August. Oliver Leese, Eighth Army commander wrote: Commons:Category:Florence Wikipedia:Florence Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Tuscany Localities Florence


Seattle

immigrant, a poet, a pastor, and a musician named Finn (the recording artist Tricky). She was also briefly married to William. Her romantic involvement with Lenny (who shared too many similarities with Lynn, prompting the other girls to label him as her "brother") was the catalyst for her to search for her biological father. After dating Finn, she discovers that music is her passion, and starts a band called ''Indigo Skye''. Lynn is often considered the bohemian of the group (due


Moscow

romantic involvement with communist photographer Tina Modotti, who had previously been Diego Rivera's friend. thumb Stamp of USSR (File:Stamp of USSR 2107.jpg) '''Vincas Mickevičius-Kapsukas''' ( in Būdviečiai, Vilkaviškis district — 17 February 1935 in Moscow) was a Lithuanian political activist, one of the founders and leaders of the Communist Party of Lithuania and the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic (1918–1919


Vienna

was later admitted as an officer candidate in the Austrian army in 1934. In his years as a cadet, he met his wife Christl Kukula, the daughter of a Jewish Vienniese industrialist. After the Anschluss in 1938, he had to end his relationship with Kukula because of the Nuremberg laws that forbade romantic involvement with Jews. Despite this, he secretly stayed in contact with her during the next years and married her, after the war, in 1946. Together they had one son. Involvement


Russia

of the Nuremberg laws that forbade romantic involvement with Jews. Despite this, he secretly stayed in contact with her during the next years and married her, after the war, in 1946. Together they had one son. '''Prince Pyotr Dmitrievich Sviatopolk-Mirskii''' ( ) was a Russian politician and police official, Minister of the Interior in 1904–1905. He was the son


Soviet Union

romantic involvement with communist photographer Tina Modotti, who had previously been Diego Rivera's friend. One of the most prolific researchers of the Pamir languages was Soviet (Soviet Union) linguist (linguistics) Ivan Ivanovich Zarubin. '''Vladimir Yevgenyevich Beschastnykh''' ( ) (born 1 April 1974 in Moscow, the former Soviet Union) is a retired association footballer who played forward (Forward (association football)). He


Italy

de plume ''), the crumbly theory of an Albanian origin of the family's founder, resurrected after several centuries of latent existence, proved to be very lucrative: it gave a new sense for her Romantic involvement in the Balkan people's emancipation struggle (Rise of nationalism under the Ottoman Empire) (having previously adopted - and later abandon - a Hellenophile attitude, by courtesy of her Greek maternal ancestry and under the influence of her Greek tutor Gregorios Pappadopoulos), as well as in her anti-establishment attitude generated by the entrenching of the Hohenzollern (House of Hohenzollern) in the Romanian Principality to the detriment of her family who had high hopes for a return on the throne. She started learning Albanian history (History of Albania), and eventually became - since 1866 - the main advocate in Western Europe of the Albanian cause (Albanian National Awakening), despite the fact that she never knew or learned the Albanian language. Her book, ''Gli Albanesi in Rumenia. Storia dei principi Ghika'', which upon its publication in 1873 in Florence caused the wrath of her family, repudiating (Disownment) her, Liviu Bordaș, ''Operele incomplete ale Dorei d’Istria. Istoria unei ediţii la 1870'', in Caiete Critice, Bucureşti, nr. 10-11, 2008, pp. 51-56. Online at: Ghyka.net managed to forever shift the public perception towards the Albanian theory for the origin the family, at the expense of the Aromanian one. The book was preceded by a series of articles on the nationalities from South-Eastern Europe and their struggle for independence. After articles on the Romanian (1859), Greek (Greeks) (1860) and Serbian (Serbs) (1865) ethnic identity, Dora d'Istria published in 1866 the article entitled ''The Albanian nationality according to folksongs''. The study was translated into Albanian in 1867 by the Italo-Albanian patriot Dhimitër Kamarda, Paul Cernovodeanu et al., ''Elena Ghica - Dora d'Istria''. Online at Ghyka.net and was prefaced by a poem with a revolutionary content, written by an Albanian author and addressed to his countrymen, urging them to rise up against the Ottomans. Nathalie Clayer, ''Origins of Albanian nationalism'', Karthala, Paris, 2007, p.209, apud Paul Cernovodeanu et al., ''Elena Ghica - Dora d'Istria''. Online at Ghyka.net Henceforth, Dora d'Istria became popular in Albanian nationalists circles, whose members did not hesitate to use her name for gaining support for their cause. This development was accepted and nurtured by the Romanian author, and she cultivated correspondences with several notable Albanian patriots, including Kamarda and Jeronim de Rada. After the publication of ''Gli Albanesi in Romania...'', the Albanian nationalists in Italy proceeded to declare Elena Ghica as the uncrowned queen (Queen regnant) of Albania. These speculations were tacitly entertained by Elena Ghica; similarly, other members of the family were drawn into this Albanian nationalistic tradition: at the end of the century, another member of the family, Romanian writer and socialite Albert Ghica would likewise key up vocal demands for the Albanian throne. English (English language) American Samoa, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Belarus, Belgium, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, China (People's Republic of China), Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Gibraltar, Greece, Guam, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland (Republic of Ireland), Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Northern Mariana Islands, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Samoa, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Sint Maarten, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Yemen I am loving it. '''Endemol''' is an international television production and distribution company based in the Netherlands, with subsidiaries and joint ventures in 23 countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States, France, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Germany, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Poland, Portugal, Russia, India, South Africa, Lebanon, Morocco, Philippines, Belgium, Turkey and Australia. It is controlled by Endemol's co-founder John de Mol. '''Alessandro (Sandro) Pertini''' (


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