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Oslo

to Germany and continued his studies at the University of Heidelberg and the University of Bonn. In Bonn, Lassen acquired a sound knowledge of Sanskrit. He spent three years in Paris (Paris, France) and London, engaged in copying and collating manuscripts, and collecting materials for future research, especially with reference to Hindu drama and philosophy. During this period he published, jointly with Eugène Burnouf, his first work, ''Essai sur le Pâli'' (Paris, 1826


France

as a choirboy at the Church of Saint-Saveur in Aix-en-Provence, which he left at the age of 15 with a sound knowledge of music, and a scholarship which enabled him to study literature at a Jesuit college. However, after three years, he abandoned these studies to pursue a musical career. *'''Keep'''. Same reason as Doric Loon (User:Doric Loon). Every other country in Europe has a free-standing name, why not Czechia? Besides, the official name is Česká republika, which only translates


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