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. Venezianer '', Hermann Schreiber, München, 1979 ''Una famiglia veneziana nella storia: i Barbaro'', Michela

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) ''U-35'' in November 1915. He made 14 voyages with the ''U-35'' during which he sank 189 merchant vessels and two gunboats for a total of . His record number of tonnage is unsurpassed since then. For his service, he was awarded the Iron Cross, second and first class, and the Pour le Mérite in 1916. The origins

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in music. In 1711 he was appointed member of the Council of Forty (in Venice's central government), and in 1730 he went to Pola (Pula) as ''Provveditore'' (district governor). Due to his health having been "impaired by the climate" of Istria, Marcello retired after eight years to Brescia in the capacity of ''Camerlengo'' where he died of tuberculosis in 1739. Modern hospital ships display large Red Crosses or Red_Crescent_(symbol)#Red_Crescent Red Crescents

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and died in Keszthely, 14 December 1998 she married with László Harkay (Colonel) and lived in Hungary. He then studied Philosophy and Literature at the University of Czernowitz and between 1898 and 1900, he completed his military service in the Austro-Hungarian Army (serving in Polei (Pula) and in Vienna), and graduated from the University in 1902, after which he was named teacher of history and geography at the Suceava Classic High school. Neagoe, p.V-VI ref>


surviving Roman arenas in the world. and locally known as the Arena (Pula Arena). This is one of the best preserved amphitheatres from antiquity and is still in use today during summer film festivals. During the World War II Italian fascist administration, there were attempts to disassemble the arena and move it to mainland Italy, which were quickly abandoned due to the costs involved. Two other notable and well-preserved ancient Roman structures

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: books.google.ca books?id KWrB1jPCa8AC&lpg PP1&dq schmadel&pg PA29#v onepage&q&f false ''Dictionary of Minor Planet Names'', p.29 . Career Korlević became active in astronomy during his college years in Pula, where he became active within a local amateur astronomical society. He spent the next few years honing his art, by making telescopes and teaching others, including teaching posts at the Amateur Astronomical Society of Višnjan. In 1981 Korlević was qualified with a B.Sc. from the pedagogical faculty of Rijeka. Towards the end of the 1980s, after some time teaching at polytechnic schools, he co-founded the Yugoslav School of Astronomy, later known as the Višnjan School of Astronomy. Višnjan is located 12 kilometers east of Poreč and 3 kilometers west of Pula-Koper road. Višnjan is located on elevation of 244m and average municipality elevation is between 200-300m. One of the most notable sinkholes in Istria, Baredina, is located in the municipality. * London Mithraeum, Londinium, modern London * Temple of Augustus (Pula) - Pula, Croatia * Temple of Augustus in Ancyra (Monumentum Ancyranum) - Ankara, Turkey The island has many towns, all of them connected by a road that runs down the middle of the island. On one side is the ferry from the mainland (around the city of Pula); on the other is the bridge to Lošinj (''Lussino''), which was once linked the two but is now separated by a waterway. Approaching the island from Pula, you will first come to Porozina. thumb right 200px Lubenice (File:Lubenice beach.JPG) Beach At the age of 20, Lucas completed studies at the Polytechnical Institute (Technische Hochschule) in Graz, Austria and became a mechanical engineer. After entering the Austrian Naval Academy, Lučić served in Pula and Rijeka and rose to the rank of second lieutenant. '''István Horthy de Nagybánya''' (September 12, 1904, Pula – August 20, 1942, Aleksejevka (Alexeyevka, Belgorod Oblast)) commons:Pula

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more shows in Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina). In the Netherlands, he worked a series of menial jobs including construction, before deciding to return to Belgrade after only 4 months abroad. Back home, not surprisingly, he also returned to music and continued to break down inter-ethnic barriers: on December 10, 1998, he and Margita Stefanović played a show in Pula at the local cinema with KUD Idijoti, which was a first opportunity since the war for a Croatian audience to see

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of the settlement lie in the Roman stronghold of Castrum Vallis, built by Caius Pulcrus to protect the salt-pan road from Pula to Poreč. Its rich local architecture and the Istrian language spoken by the older population make this place an attractive destination. After the most of the population had moved to Italy after the Second World War, some of the abandoned houses were turned into vacation homes. At the same time, a tourist board was established

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Lošinj South Southwest West Northwest left 170px thumb Bronze model of Pula (File:Pula Stadtmodell.jpg) Pula Pola is the largest city in Istria County

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astern. By this time she was overdue and the Italians began to search for her. She was towed back to Venice by an Italian destroyer that found her about mid-morning. Wilson, pp. 78–79 Throughout his career, Pekić worked on numerous films, writing more than twenty original screenplays and adapting some of his novels to the screen. ''The Time of Miracles'' was selected to represent Yugoslavia at the Cannes Film Festival in 1991, where it won an award, and later at film


'''Pula''' ( , Ancient Greek: Πόλαι, ''Polae'') is the largest city in Istria County, Croatia, situated at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula, with a population of 57,460 (2011). Like the rest of the region, it is known for its mild climate, smooth sea, and unspoiled nature. The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding, and tourism. Pula has also been Istria's administrative centre since ancient Roman (ancient Rome) times.

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