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Maldives

publisher Google Books accessdate 19 December 2010 '''Thaana''', '''Taana''' or '''Tāna''' (written Commons:Category:Maldives WikiPedia:Maldives Dmoz:Regional Asia Maldives


Republic of Macedonia

, Greece), led to the creation of the modern writing systems for the Belarusian (Belarusian language), Bulgarian (Bulgarian language), Macedonian (Macedonian language), Russian (Russian language), Serbian (Serbian language), and Ukrainian languages, all based on the modern Cyrillic alphabet. Famous architects and fresco-painters worked on numerous churches in the Republic of Macedonia, and in Ohrid alone there are over thirty churches. UNESCO has declared that the city of Ohrid and its lake must be protected, as they are important to the history of the world. Several churches, the most renowned among which is St. Pantelejmon, bear witness to the times of the educator St. Clement (Clement of Ohrid) and in 1990 work on the Cathedral of Saint Clement of Ohrid in Skopje was completed. Along with other cultural monuments the 11th and 12th century churches of Western medieval thema Bulgaria (History of Bulgaria) are famous throughout the world, characterized by unique architecture and priceless frescoes and icons. '''Ferid Muhić''' (born 1944 in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Professor of Philosophy at University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He started his academic career as Assistant at the Institute for Sociological Research in Skopje in 1970. He entered the Department of Philosophy as Assistant in 1974; Associate Professor 1976-1980; Full-time Professor 1980-present. Visiting Professor in International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Kuala Lumpur; Florida State University; Syracuse University, New York; Sorbonne 8, Paris; and several universities in Southern-East Europe. Main professional specialties: contemporary philosophy, cultural anthropology, aesthetics and political philosophy. Aromanians (w:Aromanians) are a distinct ethnic group currently living mainly in Southeastern Europe (w:Southeastern Europe), especially Greece (w:Greece) and Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia). The Aromanians are closely related to the Romanian people (w:Romanians), both being descendants from the Latin peoples which lived in Southeastern Europe since the time of the Roman Empire (w:Roman Empire). The Aromanian language (w:Aromanian language), which is spoken by around 500,000 people internationally, is the closest language to Romanian (w:Romanian language). Six of the suspects are Swiss (w:Switzerland) nationals, two come from Serbia and Montenegro (w:Serbia and Montenegro), one comes from Italy (w:Italy), two from the Republic of Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia), one from the Dominican Republic (w:Dominican Republic) and one from Bosnia and Hercegovina (w:Bosnia and Hercegovina). All live in Zurich.


Shanghai

Internationale language French (French language) accessdate 16 August 2010 thumb 300px Mu Shiying's Wedding Picture (File:Mu Shiying Wedding Picture.jpg) '''Mu Shiying''' (


Greece

region, known in the 20th century as Vardar Macedonia or the current Republic of Macedonia. Old Church Slavonic, developed in the 9th century AD by the Byzantine Greek (Byzantine Greeks) missionaries, Saints Cyril and Methodius from the Byzantine theme of Thessalonica (modern-day Thessaloniki, Greece), led to the creation of the modern writing systems for the Belarusian (Belarusian language), Bulgarian (Bulgarian language), Macedonian (Macedonian language), Russian (Russian language), Serbian (Serbian language), and Ukrainian languages, all based on the modern Cyrillic alphabet. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Argentina

; '''"Funes the Memorious"''' (original Spanish (Spanish language) title: '''"Funes el memorioso"''') is a fantasy short story by Argentine (Argentina) writer Jorge Luis Borges. First published in La Nación in June 1942, it appeared in the 1944 anthology ''Ficciones'', part two (''Artifices''). The first English translation appeared in 1954 in ''Avon Modern Writing No. 2''. The title has also been translated as "Funes, His Memory." (The Spanish


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