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Kėdainiai

to the Government of the Republic of Lithuania accessdate 2009-06-11 Transportation Kėdainiai is accessed by Via Baltica (European route E67) highway from Kaunas and Panevėžys, and by rail from Vilnius and Šiauliai. It is also served by Kaunas International Airport (Kaunas Airport), the second largest airport in Lithuania, located in Karmėlava site. Cultural activities thumb 200px Kėdainiai minaret (File:Kėdainių minaretas 2.JPG) The Kėdainiai


Arequipa

of this century the historic center of Arequipa was declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity (World Heritage Site), there was also an 8.4 magnitude earthquake on 23 June 2001, one of the largest earthquakes in the world since 1900, The highest magnitude earthquakes since 1900 (tax). and of greater magnitude in the history of Peru because of this earthquake, many of the historic buildings in Arequipa were damaged or destroyed.


Timbuktu

contribution-url http: whc.unesco.org archive repcom88.htm#119 title Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage series year 1988 place Brasilia publisher UNESCO url http: whc.unesco.org archive repcom88.htm The selection was based on three criteria (World Heritage Site#Cultural criteria): * Criterion II: Timbuktu's holy places were vital to early Islamization in Africa. * Criterion IV


Benin

Bahia , Brazil, one of the oldest Candomblé temples in Brazil. Her temple attracted many prominent people including the writer Jorge Amado, and the French (France) anthropologist Pierre Verger. When the Ile Maroia Laji was declared a national heritage site, Cultural Minister (Cultural Minister of Brazil) Gilberto Gil said of Alaketu: '''Mono''' is one of the twelve departments (departments of Benin) of Benin. The capital of this department is Lokossa. The department of Kouffo (Kouffo Department) was part of Mono until 1999 when the Benin government split up some of the departments and made new departments. The Gen language is only spoken in this department in Benin. Other languages spoken in this area are Ewe (Ewe language) and some of the Phla–Pherá languages thumb left 250px Communes of Donga (Image:Donga communes.png) '''Donga''' is one of the twelve departments (departments of Benin) of Benin. Donga was created in 1999 when the government split up the original six departments into twelve. Donga was split from Atakora (Atakora Department). The capital of Donga is Djougou. The total area is 10,691 km.² or 4,128mi.². Population 395,416 (2006). thumb left 250px Communes of Kouffo (Image:Kouffo communes.png) '''Kouffo''' is one of the twelve departments (departments of Benin) of Benin. The area of Kouffo is 2,404 km.² (928 mi²). Kouffo borders the country of Togo and it also borders the departments of Mono (Mono Department), Zou (Zou Department), and Atlantique (Atlantique Department). Since 2008, the capital is Aplahoué. This department was formed in 1999 when it split from the department of Mono.


Brazil

the writer Jorge Amado, and the French (France) anthropologist Pierre Verger. When the Ile Maroia Laji was declared a national heritage site, Cultural Minister (Cultural Minister of Brazil) Gilberto Gil said of Alaketu: Childhood The Driscolls were born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, "Brother-Sister Band Astaire Fighting For Attention", BMI.com (Broadcast Music Incorporated), September 26, 2004. to an American (United States) father and a Brazilian mother. They spent many summers in northern Brazil, and are citizens of both countries. Both Erica and Bruce (Bruce Driscoll) cite Antonio Carlos Jobim, Caetano Veloso, and Astrud Gilberto as musicians that they listened to often while growing up. "Sibling duo keeps rhythm all in the family", Emily Zemler, ''The Eagle (American University#Other Media Organizations)'', September 8, 2004. In high school, Erica, Bruce (Bruce Driscoll), and their older sister Monica (Mônica da Silva) formed the band Nectar, and forwent classes to tour nationally. The siblings disbanded after the publishing company EMI, with whom they had a development deal, pressured them to record more mainstream songs. .


Poland

) pantheons . Along with the city, the church has been listed by UNESCO as of cultural significance (World Heritage Site). Poland The national body for film societies in Poland is the Polish Federation of Film Societies (Polska Federacja Dyskusyjnych Klubów Filmowych - PF DKF). Its honorary chairman is Andrzej Wajda. Filming locations The film was originally planned to be shot in Kashmir before the lead actress backed out


France

; Alaketu served as high priestess of the Ile Maroia Laji temple in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, one of the oldest Candomblé temples in Brazil. Her temple attracted many prominent people including the writer Jorge Amado, and the French (France) anthropologist Pierre Verger. When the Ile Maroia Laji was declared a national heritage site, Cultural Minister (Cultural Minister of Brazil) Gilberto Gil said of Alaketu: '''Dusan Djurić''' ( Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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