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Bitola

century, and the end of World War I to the present. The icons and frescoes were created thanks to voluntary contributions of local businessmen and citizens. The authors of many of the icons had a vast knowledge of iconography schemes of the New Testament. The icons show a great sense of color, dominated by red, green and ochra shades. The abundance of golden ornaments is noticeable and points to the presence of late-Byzantine artwork and baroque style. The icon of Saint Demetrius


Lahore

In March 2004, Dina came to Lahore, Pakistan to watch a cricket match between Pakistan and India. She considered ''"cricket diplomacy"'' to be an enthralling dimension that illustrated an entirely new phase in relations between India and Pakistan. But she and her son Nusli Wadia chose not to share their thoughts with the public on what was certainly a highly emotional encounter. Dina had not travelled to Pakistan since her father's funeral in September 1948. A great sense


Mongolia

as an art student, he became friends with another student artist, Leonard Bahr (who was only 7 days younger than Creeky), and they shared a studio for a while as well as a love of sailing, and remained life-long friends. Creeky was an easy-going student with a great sense of humor. After graduation in 1930, he worked his way through Europe with a sketch pad, and in 1933, spent five months in Mexico. By 1936, he set out again "on a shoestring" with his sketch pad as means


Boston

on August 1, 2007. Liam said of his status as last known survivor, “There was always a pecking order, especially when you’re working with family. But they all died off, and I got to the top of the pecking order, with nobody looking over my shoulder. There’s a great sense of freedom about that”. The American city of Boston was said to be in shock


Mexico

with another student artist, Leonard Bahr (who was only 7 days younger than Creeky), and they shared a studio for a while as well as a love of sailing, and remained life-long friends. Creeky was an easy-going student with a great sense of humor. After graduation in 1930, he worked his way through Europe with a sketch pad, and in 1933, spent five months in Mexico. By 1936, he set out again "on a shoestring" with his sketch pad as means of support. He stayed in villages in Japan


India

as well as a love of sailing, and remained life-long friends. Creeky was an easy-going student with a great sense of humor. After graduation in 1930, he worked his way through Europe with a sketch pad, and in 1933, spent five months in Mexico. By 1936, he set out again "on a shoestring" with his sketch pad as means of support. He stayed in villages in Japan, India, Mongolia, and China, and kept illustrated journals. *Evert Hingst, Dutch (Netherlands) lawyer


Japan

life-long friends. Creeky was an easy-going student with a great sense of humor. After graduation in 1930, he worked his way through Europe with a sketch pad, and in 1933, spent five months in Mexico. By 1936, he set out again "on a shoestring" with his sketch pad as means of support. He stayed in villages in Japan, India, Mongolia, and China, and kept illustrated journals. *Emile Capouya, 80, American (United States) publisher, author, and literary critic


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