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Pitești

miasto wspolpraca_z_zagranica miasta_partnerskie.aspx?page 13 ''Twinning Agreement'' at the Bydgoszcz city official site. The agreement was signed on 22nd June 2007 * Toulouse, France In September 1866, the Romanian Parliament voted for the construction of a 915 km railway, from Vârciorova in the south to Roman (Roman, Romania) in the north, via Pitești, Bucharest, Buzău, Brăila, Galați and Tecuci, all important population

an important connection for passengers and freight between several significant Wallachian and Moldavian cities. In September 1866, the Romanian Parliament voted for the construction of a 915 km railway, from Vârciorova in the south to Roman (Roman, Romania) in the north, via Pitești, Bucharest, Buzău, Brăila, Galați and Tecuci, all important population centres. The price for the construction was at that time 270,000 gold francs per kilometre


Summerland, British Columbia

Regional District to the west, Thompson-Nicola Regional District and Regional District of Central Okanagan to the north, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary to the east, and by Okanogan County, Washington to the south. As of the 2006 census (Canada 2006 Census) the population was 79,475. The district covers a land area of 10,413.44 km² (4,020.65 sq mi). The administrative offices are in the city of Penticton. Other important population centres include the district


Oliver, British Columbia

, and by Okanogan County, Washington to the south. As of the 2006 census (Canada 2006 Census) the population was 79,475. The district covers a land area of 10,413.44 km² (4,020.65 sq mi). The administrative offices are in the city of Penticton. Other important population centres include the district municipality of Summerland (Summerland, British Columbia), the towns of Oliver (Oliver, British Columbia), Osoyoos (Osoyoos, British Columbia), and Princeton (Princeton, British Columbia), and the village of Keremeos (Keremeos, British Columbia).


Roman, Romania

of Polish monarchs King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon as his suzerain (Suzerainty), while Aron was banned from entering Moldavia. In September 1866, the Romanian Parliament voted for the construction of a 915 km railway, from Vârciorova in the south to Roman (Roman, Romania) in the north, via Pitești, Bucharest, Buzău, Brăila, Galați and Tecuci, all important population centres. The price for the construction was at that time 270,000 gold francs per kilometre and was contracted to the German Strousberg consortium. The line was opened in various stages, the first stage (Pitești–Bucharest–Galați–Roman) being opened to traffic on 13 September 1872, while the Vârciorova–Pitești segment was opened some time later, on 9 May 1878. The Vârciorova-Roman line was an important part of Romania's rail infrastructure because it spanned the entire Kingdom and provided an important connection for passengers and freight between several significant Wallachian and Moldavian cities. Line 500 Bucharest–Ploiești–Buzău–Focșani–Bacău–Roman (Roman, Romania)–Suceava–Vicșani *Ovidiu – Ovid *Roman (Roman, Romania) – Roman I of Moldavia *Saligny, Constanţa – Anghel Saligny Biography Celibidache was born in Roman (Roman, Romania), Romania, and began his studies in music with the piano, after which he studied music, philosophy and mathematics in Bucharest, Romania and then in Paris. One of the most important influences in his life was his introduction to Martin Steinke, who, being knowledgeable about Buddhism, heavily affected Celibidache's outlook for the rest of his life. The first urban settlements, which emerged under Petru I Muşat (Petru I of Moldova) (1375–1391), were Piatra lui Craciun, Roman (Roman, Romania) and Neamţ. The Neamţ citadel, whose documentary attestation dates back to February 2, 1395, was also erected during the same consolidation period of the Moldovian pricipate east of the Carpathians. The Princely Court of Piatra Neamţ is mentioned for the first time in a document dated April 20, 1491, to have been founded between 1468 and 1475, under Stephen the Great (Stephen III of Moldavia), the Princely Cathedral being built in 1497-1498, and the Petre Iancu, "«Drept între Popoare»", in ''Dilema Veche'', October 7, 2005; retrieved October 4, 2007


Princeton, British Columbia

of Kootenay Boundary to the east, and by Okanogan County, Washington to the south. As of the 2006 census (Canada 2006 Census) the population was 79,475. The district covers a land area of 10,413.44 km² (4,020.65 sq mi). The administrative offices are in the city of Penticton. Other important population centres include the district municipality of Summerland (Summerland, British Columbia), the towns of Oliver (Oliver, British Columbia), Osoyoos (Osoyoos, British Columbia), and Princeton (Princeton, British Columbia), and the village of Keremeos (Keremeos, British Columbia).


Ciudad del Este

) department in Paraguay. The capital is Ciudad del Este (formerly known as Puerto Presidente Stroessner, originally Puerto Flor de Lis). Located in a relatively isolated part of the country, far from the capital city of Asunción and other important population centers such as Ciudad del Este and Encarnación (Encarnación, Paraguay), Misiones has remained one of the least developed and poorer departments in the country. - 12. July 6, 1999 Antonio Oddone Sarubbi (Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi), Ciudad del Este, Paraguay Wikipedia:Ciudad del Este Commons:Category:Ciudad del Este


Cranbrook, British Columbia

Kootenay ''' (RDEK) is a regional district in the Canadian province of British Columbia, Canada. As of the 2011 census, the population was 56,685. The area is 27,542.69 square kilometres (10,641.16 sq mi). The regional district offices are in Cranbrook (Cranbrook, British Columbia), the largest community in the region. Other important population centers include the cities of Kimberley (Kimberley, British Columbia) and Fernie, British Columbia Fernie


North Lincolnshire

is one of the small number of UK counties without a motorway (the M180 (M180 motorway), the principal link between South Yorkshire and the North Sea coast, runs exclusively within the boundaries of North Lincolnshire). Following a north-south axis the most important route into and out of the county is the A1 (A1 road (Great Britain)) (formerly the Great North Road (A1 road (Great Britain))) linking the county with London and south-east England as well as the important population


Baja California Sur

http: www.bcs.gob.mx index.php 2013-01-09-18-42-57 accessdate August 13, 2014 Mulegé is in the north of the state with its capital in Santa Rosalía (Santa Rosalía, Baja California Sur), with two other important population centers at Guerrero Negro and Mulegé. It borders the municipalities of Comondú and Loreto with Baja California Norte to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Gulf of California to the east. It accounts for almost 45% of the state’s territory. Commons:Category:Baja California Sur


Asunción

isolated part of the country, far from the capital city of Asunción and other important population centers such as Ciudad del Este and Encarnación (Encarnación, Paraguay), Misiones has remained one of the least developed and poorer departments in the country. Misiones is connected to Asunción and Encarnación (Encarnación, Paraguay) via Route 1, the ''Mariscal Francisco Solano López Highway'', which passes through Villa Florida, San Miguel, San Juan Bautista, San Ignacio, Santa Rosa and San Patricio. The southern part of the department is also accessible to the Paraná River, which is navigable by large cargo ships downstream of the Yacyretá Dam near Ayolas. The Route 4 connects Misiones with Ñeembucú department (Ñeembucú Department). Small airports are also located in San Juan Bautista and in Ayolas (Juan de Ayolas Airport) to the south. * The People's Republic of China says it may delay talks on a free trade agreement with Singapore following a recent visit to Taiwan (political status of Taiwan) by Singapore's deputy prime minister Lee Hsien Loong. (AtOL) (StraitsTimes) * The death toll in the market fire in Asunción, Paraguay rises to 464. Six people, including the co-owner, are arrested for manslaughter on charges that they locked the doors after the fire started, in order to prevent looting. (The Scotsman) (ABC News) * World Trade Organization members agree on a revised draft deal that aims to revive stalled talks on freeing up trade between rich and poor nations. Key WTO members accept proposals to cut the subsidies wealthy countries give their farmers for exports. International non-governmental organizations (NGOs) (Non-governmental organization) denounced the results as a sell-out of poor countries and the environment (environment (biophysical)). (BBC) (OneWorld.net) * Over 311 people are killed and 276 injured in a fire which swept a market in Asunción, Paraguay. (AP) (CNN) socks2 FFFFFF First game Commons:Category:Asunción


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