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Oruro, Bolivia

of indigenous peoples but who already lived in the cities and spoke Spanish (Spanish language). Afterwards, "Siway Azucena", a melody composed by her inspired by the music of Northern Potosí, spread throughout the country, the first truly indigenous song to have widespread popular success. - bgcolor #DDEEFF align center Oruro (Oruro, Bolivia) Estadio Jesus Bermudez 28000 width 22% '''Perú (Peru national football team)''' 20px (Image:Flag of Peru (state).svg) style font


Cochabamba

in a contest in Cochabamba. The popular songs she sang in this occasion were designed to meet the demands of the vast popular segments of the population, mostly descendants of indigenous peoples but who already lived in the cities and spoke Spanish (Spanish language). Afterwards, "Siway Azucena", a melody composed by her inspired by the music of Northern Potosí, spread throughout the country, the first truly indigenous song to have widespread popular success. In 1969 they also


Monte Carlo

Bizet: Complete Piano Music url http: www.prestoclassical.co.uk r Naxos 8570831-32 publisher Presto Classical accessdate 11 October 2011 group n ''Carmen'', after its lukewarm initial Paris run of 45 performances, became a worldwide popular success after performances in Vienna (1875) and London (1878). Curtiss, pp. 426–29 It has been hailed as the first opera of the verismo school, in which sordid and brutal subjects are emphasised, with art reflecting


Tangier

by the Germans near Arras and spent the rest of the war in a prisoner-of-war camp in Karlsruhe. He went on to a career as a successful author, although never as successful or innovative as his younger brother. He lived much of his life overseas, in exotic places such as Tangier – a lifestyle made possible by his second marriage, to a rich Australian (Joan Chirnside). His work, possibly in consequence, tends to be reminiscent of Somerset Maugham, although without Maugham's huge popular

success. Nevertheless, his 1957 novel ''Island in the Sun'' was a best-seller, as was his 1973 novel, ''A Fatal Gift''. According to his nephew Auberon (Auberon Waugh), Alec Waugh "wrote many books, each worse than the last." Joan Acocella, "Waugh Stories: Life in a Literary Dynasty," ''The New Yorker'', July 2, 2007. In North Africa and the Near East


Palau

Islands Caroline islands. Her research and travels in Micronesia formed the subject of her first book, ''Lady with a Spear'' (1953), the writing of which was supported in part by a Eugenie Saxton Memorial Fellowship and a Breadloaf Writers' Fellowship. Commons:Category:Palau WikiPedia:Palau Dmoz:Regional Oceania Palau


Bethlehem

prison ; at last his old employer at Seville Cathedral extricated him, and he resumed working for them. His book on his adventurous visit to the Holy Land was published in 1590 and was a popular success (it is reasonable to suppose that Cervantes (Miguel de Cervantes) knew it). At the end of the decade he planned one more trip to the Holy Land but unfortunately he died in the plague (Bubonic plague) of 1599 in Seville, before he was able to depart. '''Beit Jala''' ( WikiPedia:Bethlehem Commons:Category:Bethlehem


Marshall Islands

Writers' Fellowship. Commons:Category:Marshall Islands WikiPedia:Marshall Islands Dmoz:Regional Oceania Marshall Islands


Weimar Republic

Many more of its members feared possible Polish reprisals after the take-over of Greater Poland, Pomerania and Silesia, and were among the first to pack their belongings and head westwards after the armistice, while others stayed in the lands that were taken over by Poland, protected by the Minority Treaty. Even though the Ostmarkenverein had lost its main rationale as Germany had no influence over the lands of the Republic of Poland, it continued to exist in a rump form. Headed from Berlin, it tried to force the government of the Weimar Republic to use the threat of reprisals against the remaining Polish minority in Germany in order to win further concessions


Sarajevo

'' was a popular success, taking over $17 million, at the world box-office. In September 2006, Binoche appeared at the Venice Film Festival to launch ''A Few Days in September (A Few Days in September (film))'', written and directed by Santiago Amigorena. Despite


Cleveland

on Broadway at the Ziegfeld Theatre on December 27, 1927. The critics were immediately enthusiastic, and the show was a great popular success, running a year and a half, for a total of 572 performances. Other severe tornadoes of 1953 hit Warner Robins, Georgia in April, San Angelo, Texas in May (same day as Waco (Waco, Texas)), Port Huron, Michigan also in May, Cleveland in June (same day as Flint), and Vicksburg, Mississippi in December. He was the nephew and adopted son of Samuel Huntington (Samuel Huntington (statesman)), the fourth President of the Continental Congress and First President of the United States in Congress Assembled under the Articles of Confederation. A 1785 graduate of Yale College (Yale University). He was admitted to the bar and began practicing law in Connecticut. He moved to Ohio in 1801, moving with his wife and small sons to the tiny village of Cleveland. After serving as a Trumbull county (Trumbull County, Ohio) delegate to the State's first constitutional convention (Ohio Constitutional Convention (1802)), WikiPedia:Cleveland Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Localities C Cleveland commons:Cleveland


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