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Santa Cruz Xoxocotlán

"terreno" Celebrations and commemorations Saints’ days in the municipality are celebrated by events called “calendas” which generally last for three days and includes activities such as concerts

Landa de Matamoros

"encmuc" The feast of Francis of Assisi in Tilaco takes place over the week of 4 October, with activities such as events called jaripeos, horse racing, popular dances, sports and traditional dances in traditional

Porto Alegre

-Maria Verfürth publisher date February 2013 url http: en article participatory-budgeting-about-every-voice-being-heard The 9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches was held in Porto Alegre in 2006. Since 2000, Porto Alegre also hosts one of the world's largest free software events, called FISL. The city is one of the host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, having previously been a venue for the 1950 FIFA World Cup. History thumb left Porto Alegre in 1852. (File:Wendroth02.jpg) thumb right Otávio Rocha Square in 1930. (File:Praça Otávio Rocha - 1930.jpg) The official date of the foundation of the city of Porto Alegre is 26 March 1772 by Manuel Sepúlveda, when Freguesia de São Francisco do Porto dos Casais was created and changed a year later to Nossa Senhora da Madre de Deus de Porto Alegre. However, the village started in 1752, when 60 Azorean (Azorean people) couples were brought over by the Treaty of Madrid (Treaty of Madrid (13 January 1750)) in order to set up Missions at the Northeast Region of Rio Grande do Sul that was handed over to the Portuguese Crown in exchange for the Sacramento Colony located on the margin of the Plata River. Land demarcation took a long time and the Azoreans settled permanently at Porto de Viamão, which was the first name by which Porto Alegre went by. History of Porto Alegre WikiPedia:Porto Alegre commons:Porto Alegre

Tulsa, Oklahoma

2011-07-20 TromaDance is primarily funded by donations, and the festival's employees and volunteers are entirely unpaid. TromaDance has been sponsored over the years by G4 (G4 (TV channel)), ''MovieMaker Magazine (MovieMaker)'', Kodak, ''SLUG Magazine'', Stella Artois, ''Rue Morgue Magazine (Rue Morgue (magazine))'', Jägermeister, ''Filmmaker Magazine'' and PETA. Troma also sponsors fan-organized events called TromaPaloozas, music festivals that serve

United States

), which is the only hantavirus that has shown (albeit uncommonly) an interpersonal form of transmission, and Laguna Negra virus, an extremely close relative of the previously-known Rio Mamore virus. In the U.S., minor cases of HCPS include New York virus, Bayou virus, and possibly Black Creek Canal virus. '''Operation Avalanche''' was a major US (United States) investigation of child

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