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Landgraviate of Hesse-Darmstadt

the Congress of Vienna of 1816 it was transferred to Prussia, which made it the centre of the Prussian ''Kreis (Districts of Prussia)'' or district. In this way, as the seat of government offices and schools, Brilon regained significance. The construction of traffic connections and various municipal measures brought about a strong development of crafts and trade. Hesse-Darmstadt and Prussia Ownership of the domain remained under this line until Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse Philip


Dubrovnik

Europe Central European cultural influence. Early Romanesque art appeared in Croatia at the beginning of the 11th century with the strong development of monasteries and reform of the church. In that period, many valuable monuments and artifacts along the Croatian coast were made, such as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Zadar (natively, St. StoŇ°ija) in Zadar (13th century). In Croatian Romanesque sculpture, we have a transformation from decorative interlace relief (Croatian pleter


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