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Cluj-Napoca

Iuliu Maniu symmetrical street , and the New York Palace, among others. In the 19th century many houses were built in the Neo-classical, Romantic and Eclectic styles. Also dating to that period are the Church with the Two Towers two


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-scale works performed with minimal staging, intermediate between a cantata and an opera. According to some commentators, the main difference between a cantata and a serenata, around 1700, was that the serenata was performed outdoors and therefore could use instruments which would be too loud in a small room—for example trumpets, horn (horn (instrument))s and drums. Classical Romantic eras The most important and prevalent type of serenade in music history is a work for large instrumental ensemble in multiple movements, related to the divertimento, and mainly being composed in the Classical (Classical music era) and Romantic (Romantic music) periods, though a few examples exist from the 20th century. Usually the character of the work is lighter than other multiple-movement works for large ensemble (for example the symphony), with tunefulness being more important than thematic development or dramatic intensity. Most of these works are from Italy, Germany, Austria and Bohemia. Other companies have ventured into the Mini 4WD market, and they include Tokyo Marui, Kyosho, Academy (Academy Plastic Model), Auldey, Okami, Gokey, HJH, Twinkk, and AA. Many of them introduced their own lines of mini cars, while some produce replicas of Tamiya cars, i.e. "Tamiya clones". Team Storm Mini 4WD hobby page The clones were a more affordable alternative to the more expensive Tamiyas, which gained popularity in the Philippines in the early 2000s, as well as several other nations like Malaysia, Italy & Hong Kong. History FITA was founded on 4 September 1931 in Poland. Its seven founding member states were France, Czechoslovakia, Sweden, Poland, the United States, Hungary, and Italy. The aim of the organization was to create regular archery championships, and to return archery to the Olympic Games (the sport had not been featured since 1920). FITA was finally successful in returning archery to the Olympic program in the 1972 Summer Olympics. Beach volleyball career After the 1988 Olympics, Kiraly retired from the national team. After a stint of professional club volleyball in Italy with Steve Timmons (playing for Il Messaggero Ravenna), he returned to the U.S. to play beach volleyball full time on the AVP tour (Association of Volleyball Professionals). Kiraly has won 148 professional beach volleyball titles, and partnered with Kent Steffes to win the first men's Olympic beach volleyball tournament (Volleyball at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's beach volleyball) in 1996. After the failure of the Comtean church, Looney devoted himself to research into the authorship of Shakespeare's plays. He developed his theory during World War I, depositing his claim to priority in a sealed document at the British Museum in 1918. In 1920 he published his work, whose short title is ''Shakespeare Identified'', through Cecil Palmer in London. Looney, who resisted his publisher's suggestion that he use a pseudonym, Schoenbaum, S. (1991), ''Shakespeare’s Lives'', 2nd ed., Clarendon, p. 430. argued that the real author of Shakespeare's plays was Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, who fitted Looney's deductions that Shakespeare was, among much else, a nobleman of Lancastrian (House of Lancaster) sympathies, with a fondness for Italy and a leaning towards Catholicism. Looney believed his argument followed the systematic methods prescribed by positivism. Though his subjects down to this time were generally taken from the scenery of his own country, he had visited France and Holland and had painted some Dutch and Flemish scenes before 1827, a date of much importance in his life, for in this year he married and went to Italy for the first time. His wife, Maria Graham, was the widow of Captain Graham, R.N., a lady who had already attained considerable literary reputation. On their return from Italy they took up their residence at the Gravel Pits, Kensington, where he resided till his death, enjoying great popularity. In 1830 he commenced to exhibit Italian compositions, and after this year the subjects of his pictures were generally foreign. Though to the last his works were marked by charm of composition and sweetness of execution, those produced before 1827 are now held in most esteem. It must have been love at first sight when Maria Graham and Augustus Callcott met, because they married on his 48th birthday, 20 February 1827. They immediately left for a year-long honeymoon to Italy, Germany, Austria and the Habsburg Monarchy (Habsburg Empire). It was his first trip abroad, and he obviously enjoyed it. From then on he would travel extensively, both to Europe and the Middle East, with Maria as well as with friends like Turner. The '''Italy national rugby union team''' represent the nation of Italy in the sport of rugby union. The team is also known as the Azzurri (the Blues). Italy have been playing international rugby since the late 1920s, and since 2000 compete annually in the Six Nations Championship with England (England national rugby union team), France (France national rugby union team), Ireland (Ireland national rugby union team), Scotland (Scotland national rugby union team) and Wales (Wales national rugby union team). They were the holders of the Giuseppe Garibaldi Trophy, in 2011, played for annually against France. After the Armistice, she sailed to Venice, Italy, to investigate post-armistice conditions there and at various other ports on Italy's Adriatic coast and in Dalmatia. At the completion of that duty, she headed back to the United States, arriving home in July 1919. ''Stribling'' entered the Portsmouth Navy Yard for overhaul and repairs before being placed in reduced commission at Philadelphia. There, she was converted to a minelayer and, on 17 July 1920, she was redesignated '''DM-1'''. Construction The bridge was designed by Freeman Fox & Partners and BOTEK Bosphorus Technical Consulting Corp., who had previously also designed the Bosphorus Bridge. An international consortium of three Japanese companies (including IHI Corporation and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries), one Italian (Italy) and one Turkish (Turkey) company (STFA) carried out the construction works. The bridge was completed on July 3, 1988 and opened by Prime Minister Turgut Özal who drove his official car by himself as the first to pass. The cost of the bridge amounted to USD 130 million. '''Rende''' is a town and ''comune'' in Calabria, southern Italy, home to the headquarters of the University of Calabria. It has a population of about 35,000, or more than 60,000 if the university students living there are taken into account. It is divided in two parts: the old town, which is stands on a high hill, and the modern area, on level ground, which is part of the urban area of Cosenza and is the centre of the city's economy. '''Ivan Brunetti''' (born Mondavio, http: www.tcj.com 264 i_brunetti.html Italy, October 3, 1967) is an American (United States) cartoonist (cartoons) and comics scholar based in Chicago, Illinois. '''Jadrolinija''' is a Croatian sea shipping company. It is a state-owned company and its main mission is connecting Croatian islands to the mainland by operating regular passenger and cargo transport services. The company mainly operates car ferries (ferry) on domestic routes along the Croatian coast, as well as international routes across the Adriatic Sea to Italy (to ports at Ancona and Bari). '''Tania Cagnotto''' (born 15 May 1985) is an Italian (Italy) diver (Diving). She is the first Italian female diver to win a medal in a World Championship. A member of the sporting federation ''Sport Federation Federazione Italiana Nuoto'', she is sponsored by the ''GN Fiamme Gialle – Bolzano Nuoto''. * March 8, 1994: A Spanish Air Force CASA C-212 was hit in the tail by a Serbian (Bosnian Serb) SA-7 (Strela 2) missile over Gvozd (then Vrginmost) when ferrying UNPROFOR personnel from Sarajevo. The plane was part of the ''Ala'' 37 deployed in Vicenza, Italy. A Croatian (Croatian Air Force and Defense) Mig-21 had been shot down over the same area on September 14, 1993. The tail control surfaces were damaged, the left engine failed and several passengers were injured. The crew managed to land the aircraft at Rijeka, Croatia. Spanish technicians were able to repair the damage and have the aircraft back in service in 48 hours. Vinuesa, Arturo: ''El conflicto de los Balcanes y la seguridad común europea.'' Editorial Fundamentos, 2002, page 190. ISBN 84-245-0927-7


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, New Zealand has several maars in the volcanic field within the urban area including the readily accessible Lake Pupuke in the North Shore suburb of Takapuna. Classical Romantic eras The most important and prevalent type of serenade in music history is a work for large instrumental ensemble in multiple movements, related to the divertimento, and mainly being composed in the Classical (Classical music era) and Romantic (Romantic music) periods, though a few examples exist from the 20th century. Usually the character of the work is lighter than other multiple-movement works for large ensemble (for example the symphony), with tunefulness being more important than thematic development or dramatic intensity. Most of these works are from Italy, Germany, Austria and Bohemia. Beginning again in 2006, Japan holds National Mini 4WD Championships in Spring, Summer and Autumn each year Mini 4WD History and by 2012 Mini 4WD is popular in more countries including the United States, Canada, Russia, Germany, India and Brazil. The 1980s and first half of the 1990s was a "coming of age" period for carsharing, with continued slow growth, mainly of smaller non-profit systems, many in Switzerland and Germany, but also on a smaller scale in Sweden, the Netherlands, Canada and the United States. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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