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radical liberal

in the European theater of operations. The election of a radical (Radicalism (historical)) liberal government in 1823 further destabilized Spain. The army - whose liberal leanings had brought the government to power - began to waver when the Spanish economy failed to improve, and in 1823, a mutiny in Madrid had to be suppressed. The Jesuits (who had been banned by Charles III (Charles III of Spain) in the 18th century, only to be rehabilitated by Ferdinand VII after his restoration) were banned again by the radical government. For the duration of liberal rule, King Ferdinand (though technically head of state) lived under virtual house arrest in Madrid. Carlos, who declared his support for the ancient, pre-Bourbon (House of Bourbon) privileges of the ''fueros'', received considerable support from the Basque country (Basque Country (autonomous community)), Aragon, and Catalonia, which valued their ancient privileges from Madrid. The insurrection seemed, at first, a catastrophic failure for the Carlists, who were quickly driven out of most of Aragon and Catalonia, and forced to cling to the uplands of Navarre by the end of 1833. At this crucial moment, however, Carlos named the Basque (Basque people) Tomás de Zumalacárregui, a veteran guerrilla (guerrilla warfare) of the Peninsular War, to be his commander-in-chief. Within a matter of months, Zumalacárregui reversed the fortunes of the Carlist cause and drove government forces out of most of Navarre, and launched a campaign into Aragon. By 1835, what was once a band of defeated guerrillas in Navarre had turned into an army of 30,000 in control of all of Spain north of the Ebro River, with the exception of the fortified ports on the northern coast. A new constitution, authored by the ''moderados'' was written in 1845. It was backed by the new Narváez government begun in May 1844, led by General Ramón Narváez, one of the original architects of the revolution against Espartero. A series of reforms promulgated by Narváez's government attempted to stabilize the situation. The ''cortes'', which had been uneasy with the settlement with the ''fueros'' at the end of the First Carlist War, were anxious to centralize the administration. The law of 8 January 1845 did just that, stifling local autonomy in favor of Madrid; the act contributed to the revolt of 1847 and the revival of Carlism in the provinces. The Electoral Law of 1846 limited the suffrage to the wealthy and established a property bar for voting. In spite of Bravo and Narváez's efforts to suppress the unrest in Spain, which included lingering Carlist sentiments and ''progressista'' supporters of the old Espartero government, Spain's situation remained uneasy. A revolt led by Martín Zurbano in 1845 included the support of key generals, including Juan Prim, who was imprisoned by Narváez. '''''Aquí no hay quien viva''''' (Spanish (Spanish language), 'No One Could Live Here' or, translated more freely, 'This Place is Awful') is a Spanish (Spain) television comedy focusing on the inhabitants of the fictional building in ''Desengaño 21'', ''Calle Desengaño'' being a street between the Districts of Gran Via and Chueca in Madrid. The episodes debuted on the Antena 3 (Antena 3 (Spain)) network, and were later rerun by the same network as well as cable satellite channels Factoría de Ficción and Paramount Comedy (Paramount Comedy (Spain)). Antena 3 Internacional satellite channel broadcasts the series to Latin America. The series debuted in 2003 and became popular thanks to its funny characters, witty script, and capacity to integrate and poke fun at contemporary issues; the program presents a caustic satire of many of the 'types' found in Spanish society.

musical de

not include production-specific (acting, directing, etc.) awards -- On October 20, 2011 the first Spanish (Spain) production opened at Teatro Lope de Vega in Madrid, produced by Stage Entertainment. Gran estreno del musical de Disney EL REY LEÓN en el corazón de Madrid. El musical bate un récord nacional en venta de entradas ¡Nuevas funciones ya a la venta! ref

major literary

of Nicolás Fernández de Moratín, a major literary reformer in Spain from 1762 until his death in 1780. From 1989 to 1993 he was Minister (Minister-counselor) in the British Embassy in Madrid. He was appointed Chargé d'Affaires and Consul-General in Belgrade in March 1994, and after recognition of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia by the United Kingdom, he became Ambassador. During his time in Belgrade he conducted negotiations on behalf of the international mediators (David Owen and Carl Bildt) with both the Yugoslav authorities and the Bosnian Serbs.

important books

important books of poetry of the 00s (2000-2009)". Lerner's third full-length poetry collection, ''Mean Free Path'', was published in 2010. In physics, the “mean free path” of a particle is the average distance it travels before

guitar early

Madrid, Spain instrument Vocals (lead vocals), guitar Early life Iglesias was born in Madrid, Spain, and is the third and youngest child of singer Julio Iglesias and socialite and magazine journalist Isabel Preysler. His mother is Filipina

and will try to fulfil my task by doing my best". thumb Rafael Guera Bejarano "Guerrita" (Image:Guerrita.jpg) death_date origin Madrid, Spain instrument Singing, Guitar Early life He was born in the neighbourhood of Vallecas of Madrid (Spain) in 9 March 1974. After studying Physics in the Complutense University of Madrid, Ismael Serrano started his musical career in the early nineties in Madrid, singing folk based guitar music in a café

poor popular

showed poor popular support About 500 people march against the construction of a golf course New demonstration at Tres Cantos against the golf course project (the event was finally awarded to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France (Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines)). Rolão Preto resided, for a while, in Valencia de


and has four children. He had held various positions including one with the United Nations as well having been the assistant director of the Military Naval School in Madrid. His colleagues called him "easygoing", a good talker, and a big art fan. Although the first to die in Iraq, Captain Martín-Oar was the 86th in a line of Spanish casualties in the past decade on peace missions, according to the Spanish ministry of defense, including 62 servicemen who were killed when

team energy

of the Energy Corporation's Houston team. By virtue of his stellar performance over the years, Jonathan has become the most recognizable Rollerballer in history; civilians all over the world recognize him on sight. This recognition is problematic for the hegemonic corporations. After another impressive performance in Houston's season-ending victory over the Madrid team, Energy Corporation chairman Mr. Bartholomew (John Houseman) congratulates the team and announces

metal live

, he appeared live in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia (Valencia, Spain), Sevilla, Cordova (Córdoba, Spain), Bilbao, Zaragoza, Salamanca, Canary Islands, among others, having received a great acclamation from the Spanish public as well as music critics in Spain. Released 1986 Recorded Madrid, Spain, June 1985 Genre Heavy metal (Heavy metal music) '''''Live Innocence!''''' is the second video album by the British heavy metal (Heavy metal music) band Saxon (Saxon (band)), released in VHS at the beginning of 1986. The tape contains footage of a concert held in Madrid, Spain in June 1985 during the Live Innocence Tour and two video clips used for the promotion of the studio album ''Innocence Is No Excuse''.

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'''Madrid''' (

The city is located on the Manzanares River (Manzanares (river)) in the centre of both the country (Spain) and the Community of Madrid (which comprises the city of Madrid, its conurbation and extended suburbs and villages); this community is bordered by the autonomous communities (Autonomous communities of Spain) of Castile and León and Castile-La Mancha. As the capital city of Spain, seat of government, and residence (Spanish royal sites) of the Spanish monarch (Monarchy of Spain), Madrid is also the political, economic and cultural centre of Spain. The current mayor is Ana Botella from the People's Party (People's Party (Spain)) (PP).

The Madrid urban agglomeration has the third-largest GDP (List of cities by GDP)

Madrid houses the headquarters of the World Tourism Organization (WTO), belonging to the United Nations Organization (UN), the SEGIB, the Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI), and the Public Interest Oversight Board (PIOB). It also hosts major international regulators of Spanish: the Standing Committee of the Association of Spanish Language Academies, headquarters of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), the Cervantes Institute and the Foundation of Urgent Spanish (Fundéu BBVA). Madrid organizes fairs such as FITUR, SIMO TCI SIMO TCI and the Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week. Madrid Fashion Week

While Madrid possesses a modern infrastructure, it has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighbourhoods and streets. Its landmarks include the Royal Palace of Madrid; the Royal Theatre (Teatro Real) with its restored 1850 Opera House; the Buen Retiro Park, founded in 1631; the 19th-century National Library (Biblioteca Nacional de España) building (founded in 1712) containing some of Spain's historical archives; a large number of national museums,

Madrid is home to two world-famous football (Association football) clubs, Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid.

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