Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic

Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic, together with Georgia (Georgia (country)) and Armenia. This unified state hardly lasted a year and was soon dissolved. Since the Republic was short-lived, it did not use any flags or symbols. Nevertheless, some historians consider a horizontal gold, black, and red tricolor, similar to that of the German flag (Flag of Germany) but arranged differently, to have been flag of Transcaucasia.

dissolved. Since the Republic was short-lived, it did not use any flags or symbols. Nevertheless, some historians consider a horizontal gold, black, and red tricolor, similar to that of the German flag (Flag of Germany) but arranged differently, to have been flag of Transcaucasia.


Trakai

, it was adopted by Jagiellons and the two symbols became state symbols of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The voivodeship was divided into four powiats: Hrodna, Kaunas, Trakai (ruled directly by the voivode), and Upytė. The biggest cities in the voivodeship were Kaunas, Hrodna and Trakai. Voivodes The Voivode of Trakai ( ) was one of the most important state offices in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. They were

of most warring tribe – industrious people). These symbols were created by heraldic artist Arvydas Každailis in 2003 using the historical symbols of Trakai. Dzūkija was part of the Duchy of Trakai and later Trakai Voivodeship from the 14th to late 18th century. The same image was used for coat of arms of Alytus County, officially adopted in 2004. The coat of arms is a modified version of the coat of arms of Trakai district, which


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"EU-Symbols" anthem '' Anthem of Europe Ode to Joy

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Chuvashia

;nbsp;– 2 августа 1997 г ru_url ru_amendment_type Закона ru_amendment_number 59 ru_amendment_date 30 июля 2013 г. ru_amendment_title О внесении изменений в Закон Чувашской Республики "О государственных символах Чувашской Республики" en_entity State Council of the Chuvash Republic en_type Law en_number 12 en_date July 14, 1997 en_title On the State Symbols of the Chuvash Republic en_effective_date the day of the official publication en_url en_amendment_type Law

en_amendment_number 59 en_amendment_date July 30, 2013 en_amendment_title On Amending the Law of the Chuvash Republic "On the State Symbols of the Chuvash Republic" Further reading * *


Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro

of no religion, Santa Cruz appears in second position with 19.86%. The Catholic Church is present in five parishes and their 46 Christian churches, of chapels and churches, scattered throughout the neighborhood. It has grown quite a number of evangelical churches in the region, which also has spiritual centers and churches of other faiths. Symbols official left thumb Coat of arms (File:Brasão do bairro de Santa Cruz.jpg) Although not common among

the Brazilian cities, some neighborhoods in the state capital have symbols, acquired at the time when this city was the state of Guanabara (Guanabara (state)). Santa Cruz also has an anthem and a coat, launched on the occasion of the fourth centenary celebrations of the district (1567-1967). Infrastructure Education Santa Cruz has a public and private education system that adequately meets the demand for basic education. According to information from City Hall, has 53 municipal school units


Zinder

for autonomy, culminating in rebellions in 1963, the 1990s (First Tuareg Rebellion), and 2007 (Second Tuareg Rebellion). Islam, practiced by almost the entire population forms an important link between Nigerien communities, as does a shared post-independence history, national symbols, and festivals. ''See also: National symbols of Niger and Public holidays in Niger'' birth_date birth_place Zinder, Niger, French West


Surakarta

melody (the balungan) and vocal parts (gerongan), although transcriptions of the elaborating instrument variations are sometimes used for analysis and teaching. Drum parts are notated with a system of symbols largely based on letters representing the vocables used to learn and remember drumming patterns; these symbols are typically laid out in a grid underneath the skeletal melody for a specific or generic piece. The symbols used for drum notation (as well as the vocables represented

horizontal line (completing a gatra) are darkened for legibility. Symbols on the left indicate the colotomic structure of gongs and so forth, while specific drum features are notated in symbols to the right. The Solonese notation reads horizontally, like Western notation, but does not use barlines. Instead, note values and rests are squiggled between the notes. Lindsay, Jennifer. ''Javanese Gamelan''. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979. Pp. 27–28. ISBN 0-19-580413-9 ref>


Baia Mare

February 2010 Coat of arms The coat of arms of Baia Mare was granted to the city by the Government (Government of Romania) in the late 1990s, early 2000s, some years after the communist symbols established in 1968 where de facto out of use starting 1989 (Romanian Revolution of 1989). The shield (Heraldry#Shield and lozenge) is party per pale. In dexter (Dexter and sinister), gules a miner in a mine (Mining) argent, in sinister (Dexter and sinister), Azure

. 241. Coat of arms The coat of arms of Baia Mare was granted to the city by the Government (Government of Romania) in the late 1990s, early 200s, some years after the communist symbols established in 1968 where de facto out of use starting 1989 (Romanian Revolution of 1989). - BAY LRBM Baia Mare Airport (Tautii-Magheraus Airport) Baia Mare, Romania - Angel Airlines was founded in August 2001, first flying from Bucharest to Baia Mare


Gangneung

alist.htm Alphabetical Listing . Retrieved January 14, 2006. The city is also home to National League (Korea National League) soccer club Gangneung City FC and K-League soccer team Gangwon FC. History On 18 September 1996 a North Korean submarine ran aground near Gangneung in an attempted infiltration mission, spurring a 49-day manhunt for the escaped passengers. For more details, refer to the 1996 Gangneung submarine infiltration incident. Symbols

of Gangneung The flag of the city shows a red sun in the centre and blue wave in front, on a white background. The sun represents the sunrise, the wave the sea. The flower of the city is the crepe myrtle, the tree of the city is the pine tree, its bird the swan. The animal of Gangneung is the tiger. Gangneung City (2003). Symbols. Retrieved January 14, 2006. Gyeongpodae File:Korea south kangnung


Socialist Republic of Slovenia

of the Communist Party. During this period, Slovenia retained its old flag and coat of arms, and most of the previous symbols as it awaited the creation of new symbols that would eventually come after independence. The old national anthem, ''Naprej zastava slave'' was however replaced by the ''Zdravljica'' already in March 1990. On 23 December 1990, a referendum on independence (Slovenian independence referendum, 1990) was held in Slovenia, at which 94.8% of the voters (88.5


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