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Ljubljana

31 July 2008 The university has more than 63,000 students and some 4,000 teaching faculty. Students make up one-seventh of Ljubljana's population, giving the city a youthful character.


Jamaica

a population of 1,183,361 2001 census (about 45% of the islands area and population) giving it the largest area and population of the three counties. It includes Spanish Town, the island's original capital. Clue: That Jamaican fella doesn't want anything. Initials: ND. Artist or band. That Jamaican fella doesn't want anything. What's going on there? commons:Jamaica


Vienna

Germany defended their titles in Vienna, Austria in February 2007. The German men were successful, although the women were beaten in the semi-final by Spain, who went on to lose the final against the Netherlands. Marriage and issue Franz Josef married Marie Leopoldine Gräfin von Sternberg (Leopoldine von Sternberg) (Vienna, 11 December 1733 – Feldsberg, 27 June 1809), a member of the Bohemian nobility, on 6 July 1750 in Valtice or Feldsberg. The couple had 8 children: * Joseph Franz de Paula Emanuel Philipp Isaias (Vienna, 6 July 1752 - Vienna, 17 February 1754) Franz Josef married Marie Leopoldine Gräfin von Sternberg (Leopoldine von Sternberg) (Vienna, 11 December 1733 – Feldsberg, 27 June 1809), a member of the Bohemian nobility, on 6 July 1750 in Valtice or Feldsberg. The couple had 8 children: * Joseph Franz de Paula Emanuel Philipp Isaias (Vienna, 6 July 1752 - Vienna, 17 February 1754) * Leopoldina Maria Anna Francisca de Paula Adelgunda (Vienna, 30 January 1754 - Frankfurt, 16 October 1823), married in Felsberg (Felsberg, Germany) on 1 September 1771 Karl Emanuel, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg, http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha hesse.html Landgravial House of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rothenburg and had issue * Joseph Franz de Paula Emanuel Philipp Isaias (Vienna, 6 July 1752 - Vienna, 17 February 1754) * Leopoldina Maria Anna Francisca de Paula Adelgunda (Vienna, 30 January 1754 - Frankfurt, 16 October 1823), married in Felsberg (Felsberg, Germany) on 1 September 1771 Karl Emanuel, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg, http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha hesse.html Landgravial House of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rothenburg and had issue * Maria Antonia Aloysia Walburga Mechthildis (Vienna, 14 March 1756 - Vienna, 1 December 1821), a Nun * Leopoldina Maria Anna Francisca de Paula Adelgunda (Vienna, 30 January 1754 - Frankfurt, 16 October 1823), married in Felsberg (Felsberg, Germany) on 1 September 1771 Karl Emanuel, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg, http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha hesse.html Landgravial House of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rothenburg and had issue * Maria Antonia Aloysia Walburga Mechthildis (Vienna, 14 March 1756 - Vienna, 1 December 1821), a Nun * Franz de Paula Joseph (Vienna, 19 May 1758 - Vienna, 15 August 1760) * Leopoldina Maria Anna Francisca de Paula Adelgunda (Vienna, 30 January 1754 - Frankfurt, 16 October 1823), married in Felsberg (Felsberg, Germany) on 1 September 1771 Karl Emanuel, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg, http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha hesse.html Landgravial House of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rothenburg and had issue * Maria Antonia Aloysia Walburga Mechthildis (Vienna, 14 March 1756 - Vienna, 1 December 1821), a Nun * Franz de Paula Joseph (Vienna, 19 May 1758 - Vienna, 15 August 1760) * Maria Antonia Aloysia Walburga Mechthildis (Vienna, 14 March 1756 - Vienna, 1 December 1821), a Nun * Franz de Paula Joseph (Vienna, 19 May 1758 - Vienna, 15 August 1760) * Aloys I, Prince of Liechtenstein (1759–1805) * Johann I Joseph, Prince of Liechtenstein (1760–1836) * Philipp Joseph Aloys Martinianus (Vienna, 2 July 1762 - Vienna, 18 May 1802), unmarried and without issue * Maria Josepha Hermenegilde (Vienna, 13 April 1768 - Hütteldorf, 8 August 1845), married in Vienna on 15 September 1783 Nikolaus 7te Fürst Esterházy von Galántha (Vienna, 12 December 1765 - Como, 24 November 1833), http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha esterhazy.html Princely and Countly House of Esterházy de Galántha and had issue * Philipp Joseph Aloys Martinianus (Vienna, 2 July 1762 - Vienna, 18 May 1802), unmarried and without issue * Maria Josepha Hermenegilde (Vienna, 13 April 1768 - Hütteldorf, 8 August 1845), married in Vienna on 15 September 1783 Nikolaus 7te Fürst Esterházy von Galántha (Vienna, 12 December 1765 - Como, 24 November 1833), http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha esterhazy.html Princely and Countly House of Esterházy de Galántha and had issue * Philipp Joseph Aloys Martinianus (Vienna, 2 July 1762 - Vienna, 18 May 1802), unmarried and without issue * Maria Josepha Hermenegilde (Vienna, 13 April 1768 - Hütteldorf, 8 August 1845), married in Vienna on 15 September 1783 Nikolaus 7te Fürst Esterházy von Galántha (Vienna, 12 December 1765 - Como, 24 November 1833), http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha esterhazy.html Princely and Countly House of Esterházy de Galántha and had issue * Philipp Joseph Aloys Martinianus (Vienna, 2 July 1762 - Vienna, 18 May 1802), unmarried and without issue * Maria Josepha Hermenegilde (Vienna, 13 April 1768 - Hütteldorf, 8 August 1845), married in Vienna on 15 September 1783 Nikolaus 7te Fürst Esterházy von Galántha (Vienna, 12 December 1765 - Como, 24 November 1833), http: pages.prodigy.net ptheroff gotha esterhazy.html Princely and Countly House of Esterházy de Galántha and had issue basis 1967 Roman Polanski film, ''The Fearless Vampire Killers'' productions 1997 Vienna 2000 Stuttgart 2000 Tallinn 2002 Broadway (Broadway theatre) 2003 Hamburg 2005 Warsaw 2006 Tokyo 2006 Berlin 2007 Budapest 2008 Oberhausen 2009 Vienna 2010 Stuttgart 2010 Antwerpen 2011 Seinäjoki 2011 St. Petersburg 2011 Berlin 2011 Nitra basis 1967 Roman Polanski film, ''The Fearless Vampire Killers'' productions 1997 Vienna 2000 Stuttgart 2000 Tallinn 2002 Broadway (Broadway theatre) 2003 Hamburg 2005 Warsaw 2006 Tokyo 2006


Toronto

(Ireland) Great Irish Famine brought a large number of Irish to the city, some of them transient and most of them Catholic. By 1851, the Irish-born population had become the largest single ethnic group in the city. Smaller numbers of Protestant (Protestantism) Irish immigrants were welcomed by the existing Scottish and English population, giving the Orange Order significant and long-lasting influence over Toronto society. Toronto was twice for brief periods the capital of the united


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