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Nevis

, Nevis Peak. If you are not into golfing, Four Seasons offer a tour right around sunset during which you may see the monkeys that wander the grounds, as well as the spectacular views. It is breathtaking and a "must do" when visiting Nevis. *''' The Eva Wilkin Art Gallery'''. Evan Wilkin lived in a windmill that was built in the 18th century. She died in 1989, but people still visit her home to see her sketches and paintings representing Nevis culture, including views


Turkey

Via YouTube * In the 1840 Russian novel "A Hero of Our Time" the narrator tells the story of a beautiful Adyghe princess named 'Bela', whom a character abducts from her family. * Temppeliaukio Church in Helsinki, Finland * The rock churches in Cappadocia, Turkey which number beyond one thousand and contain some superb examples of Byzantine wall-paintings, representing both the academic classicizing trend in Byzantine art, and some archaic popular styles The XX Corps first saw action in the Beersheba (Battle of Beersheba (1917)) phase of the Third Battle of Gaza on 31 October 1917. The 60th and 74th Divisions captured Turkish (Turkey) outposts west of the town but were not involved in the final assault. Following Beersheba on 6 November, the corps made a frontal assault against the Turkish fortifications in the vicinity of Sheria where the 10th, 60th and 74th Divisions succeeded in breaking through. The 10th Division captured the Hareira Redoubt on 7 November The Battle of Sheria, Palestine, 7 November 1917 and the 60th Division advanced on Huj in support of the Australian Mounted Division's effort to cut off the retreating Turkish army. Affair of Huj, 8 November 1917 Middle Ages Originally, the Sinterklaas feast celebrates the name day, 6 December, of the Saint Nicholas (280–342), patron saint of children. Saint Nicholas was a Greek bishop of Myra in present-day Turkey. In 1087, his relics were furtively translated to Bari, in southeastern Italy; for this reason, he is also known as Nikolaos of Bari. Bari later formed part of the Spanish Kingdom of Naples, because it was previously conquered in 1442 by Alfonso V of Aragon. The city thus became part of the Kingdom of Aragon and later to Spain (Spanish Empire), until the eighteenth century. Due to the fact that the remains of St. Nicholas were in Bari (then a Spanish city), is this tradition that St. Nicholas comes from Spain, and has a black helper depicted as a Morisco page. St. Nicholas is well known in Spain as the patron of sailors. That's why St. Nicholas comes to the Netherlands in a steamboat. St. Nicholas fame spread throughout Europe. The Western Catholic Church made his name day a Church holiday. In the north of France, he became the patron saint of school children, then mostly in church schools. The folk feast arose during the Middle Ages. In early traditions, students elected one of them as "bishop" on St. Nicholas Day, who would rule until December 28 (Innocents Day). They sometimes acted out events from the bishop's life. As the festival moved to city streets, it became more lively. Temple Hauptfleisch, Shulamith Lev-Aladgem, Jacqueline Martin, Willmar Sauter, and Henri Schoenmakers, ed., ''Festivalising!: Theatrical Events, Politics and Culture'', Amsterdam and New York: International Federation for Theatre Research, 2007, p. 291, accessed 16 Aug 2010 Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


Poland

and lunettes, dating from the period of Doge Marino Grimani (1595-1605), and the presence of the armorial bearings of Doge Antonio Priùli (1618-1623), which are to be seen on the fireplace, surmounted by allegorical figures. The stucco-works on the walls and ceiling were later commissioned by another Doge Pietro Grimani (1741-1752). Various paintings representing the life of Jesus Christ are present in this room, as well as a portrait of the French Henry III of France King Henry III


Netherlands

, David Teniers the Younger, who had painted a series of oil-on-copper paintings representing the five senses. His painting, "Smell" is quite similar to Rembrandt Peale’s. Rembrandt's piece captures the essence of a young gardener artist’s peace of mind, gracefully looking out, a posture of wonder and calmness. Soltis, Carol Eaton. "Rembrandt Peale's ‘Rubens Peale with a Geranium’: A Possible Source in David Teniers the Younger". ''American Art Journal'', Vol. 33


Italy

in his book ''Lives of the Artists'' wrote that Uccello was obsessed by his interest in perspective and would stay up all night in his study trying to grasp the exact vanishing point. He used perspective in order to create a feeling of depth in his paintings and not, as his contemporaries, to narrate different or succeeding stories. His best known works are the three paintings (The Battle of San Romano) representing the battle of San Romano (for a long time these were wrongly entitled


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