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Mérida, Mérida

, his collection of essays on history, literary criticism and cultural history are remarkable. He travelled a lot through the Americas. His work is also important because of his wide perspective, studying the culture of the entire continent. He left Venezuela, under the political persecution of dictator Juan Vicente Gómez. Living for a large period in Chile, he studied History gaining the degree of “Profesor de Historia” and later the Doctorate on Philosophy and Letters. DATE OF BIRTH January 26, 1901 PLACE OF BIRTH Mérida (Mérida, Mérida), Mérida State, Venezuela DATE OF DEATH January 1, 1965 Partner Universities The university currently maintains links with over 130 European academic institutions. The number of partner universities in countries of Central (Central Europe) and Eastern (Eastern Europe) Europe, Cyprus and the Baltic States has steadily grown ever since the initiation of the programme for associated countries. The university now has over 20 partners in these countries. Favourite destinations for students are and have always been Great Britain, followed by France, Italy and Spain. Universities of Kanazawa (Kanazawa University), Japan and Korea University, Seoul provide opportunities for Regensburg students to partake in teaching programs in English language and, depending on their level of language training, as teachers themselves. Two Latin American universities, the Universidad de los Andes (Universidad de los Andes (Venezuela)), Mérida (Mérida, Mérida), Venezuela, and the Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico, provide several university places. *Caracas, named for the ''Caracas'' indigenous group *Mérida, for the capital city, Mérida (Mérida, Mérida), itself named for Mérida in Spain. *Nueva Esparta ("New Sparta") is named for the heroism shown by its inhabitants during the Venezuelan War of Independence, deemed similar to that of the Spartan soldiers of Ancient Greece. **Maturín - Maturín Airport **Mérida (Mérida, Mérida) - Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonso Airport **Porlamar - Del Caribe International General Santiago Marino Airport '''Estadio Guillermo Soto Rosa''' is a multi-use stadium in Mérida (Mérida, Mérida), Venezuela. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and was the home stadium of Estudiantes de Mérida Fútbol Club until Estadio Metropolitano de Mérida opened in 2005. It currently hosts the home matches of the ULA (Universidad de Los Andes FC) football team. The stadium holds 14,000 spectators http: www.worldstadiums.com south_america countries venezuela.shtml . prominence location Mérida (Mérida, Mérida), Venezuela range Sierra Nevada (Sierra Nevada de Mérida), Andes Televen purchased eight new transmitters to reach new markets in Maturín, Valle de la Pascua, Mérida (Mérida, Mérida), Valencia (Valencia, Carabobo), and Puerto Cabello. Televen also modernized their existing transmitters in Caracas, Coro (Santa Ana de Coro), Vargas (Vargas (state)), Maracaibo, Maracay, Puerto Ordaz, Puerto La Cruz, and Margarita (Isla Margarita). Protests also occurred in six other cities, and there were violent clashes between students and throwing rocks, and police shooting plastic bullets. Demonstrations occurred in the cities of Mérida (w:Mérida, Mérida), Maracaibo (w:Maracaibo), Puerto la Cruz (w:Puerto la Cruz), San Cristóbal (w:San Cristóbal, Táchira), Barquisimeto (w:Barquisimeto) and Valencia (w:Valencia, Carabobo) on Wednesday. The Santa Barbara Airlines (w:Santa Barbara Airlines) plane took off just before dusk from the city of Mérida (w:Mérida, Mérida) en route to Simón Bolívar International Airport (w:Simón Bolívar International Airport) outside the capital city of Caracas (w:Caracas).


Norrköping

September 1906) was a Swedish (Sweden) poet, critic and literary historian (literary history). Levertin was a dominant voice of the Swedish cultural scene from 1897, when he started writing influential high-profile essays and reviews in the daily paper Svenska Dagbladet. *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Skövde - Herrljunga - Gothenburg; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Norrköping - Linköping - Nässjö - Hässleholm - Lund


Venezuela

brother of pediatrics pioneer, Pastor Oropeza Riera. '''Mariano Federico Picón Salas''', an influential Venezuelan diplomatic, cultural critic and writer of the 20th century, was born in Mérida (Mérida, Mérida) (Mérida State) on January 26, 1901 and died in Caracas on January 1, 1965. Among his books, his collection of essays on history, literary criticism and cultural history are remarkable. He travelled a lot through the Americas. His work is also important because of his wide perspective, studying the culture of the entire continent. He left Venezuela, under the political persecution of dictator Juan Vicente Gómez. Living for a large period in Chile, he studied History gaining the degree of “Profesor de Historia” and later the Doctorate on Philosophy and Letters.


Switzerland

and comparative religion to history, literary criticism and folklore, and provides a setting and a congenial group within which to discuss all things spiritual. Each conference (academic conference) takes place over eight days, during which time all participants eat, sleep and live together, thereby promoting a camaraderie which fosters an atmosphere of free and open discussion. Each year a new theme is addressed, and each participant scholar delivers a two hour lecture on a topic of his choice relating to the theme — his her contribution to the ‘banquet’ of ideas — thereby attempting to draw these multifarious thinkers into productive intellectual discourse. '''Chancy''' is a municipality (Municipalities of Switzerland) of the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland. The westernmost point of the country (Extreme points of Switzerland) is located there. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


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