Map showing position of Sari county as well as Sari city in Mazandaran province Like the ''Tarikhaneh of Damghan'' and the ''Jameh Mosque of Isfahan'', this mosque is "Khorasani" (Khorasani style (Iranian architecture)) in its architectural style (sabk).
) and is a fine example of old Russian architecture". Actually, the Dormition cathedral, first mentioned in the 16th century, was destroyed by the Bolsheviks on June 8, 1934. They cited the ugliness of this Neoclassical structure as a pretext for its demolition, so the cathedral could hardly be described as "a fine example of old Russian architecture". --Ghirlandajo (User:Ghirlandajo) 10:10, 16 December 2005 (UTC) Early life Yermolov was born to a Russian noble family from the Orlov gubernia. He graduated from the boarding school of the Moscow University and enlisted in the Life Guard Preobrazhensky Regiment on 16 January 1787. Four years later, he was promoted to lieutenant and transferred to the Nizhegorod (Nizhny Novgorod) Dragoon Regiment with the rank of captain (Captain (land and air)). He briefly taught at the Artillery and Engineer Cadet Corps in 1793 before being sent to fight the Polish (Poland) insurgents in the Polish campaign of 1794 (Kościuszko Uprising). He participated in the assault on Praga and received the Order of St. George (4th class) on 12 January 1795. The next year, Yermolov took part in the Persian (Persian Expedition of 1796) Campaign along the Caspian Sea. However, he was arrested on 7 January 1799 for alleged participation in conspiracy (Conspiracy (political)) against the Tsar and spent two years in exile to Kostroma, where he taught himself Latin. +55%: Kaluga Kiev Kostroma Kutaisi Minsk Mogilev Nizhny Novgorod Podolia Riazan Smolensk Tula (Tula, Russia) Vitebsk Vladimir Volhynia Yaroslavl Saints *Saint Lucian, abbot of Alexandrov, Kostroma (1655) *Saint Arsenius, abbot of Konevits width1 177 caption1 Fire station in Kostroma, Russia (1823-26) image2 Parque de Bombas-Ponce Puerto Rico.jpg Barnum created a story that involved a hunter in Kostroma who tracked Fedor and his father to their cave and captured them. Barnum described Adrian as a savage (barbarian) who could not be civilized. Barnum made a point of stressing Fedor's resemblance to a dog, and explained that when he was upset he would bark and growl. In the show, Fedor obliged by doing so. birth_date commons:category:Kostroma wikipedia:Kostroma
, 2013. * Tom Mix, actor "Silver Lake Architecture". The Silver Lake News. Retrieved April 12, 2014 * Rachel McAdams, actress * Johnette Napolitano, singer
and two Challenge Tour victories, the 1998 Volvo Finnish Open and the 2000 Finnish Masters. An 18-year-old Gene Tierney, who was then appearing on Broadway (Broadway theatre), was offered the role of Velvet Brown in 1939. Production was delayed, however, so Tierney returned to Broadway. Tierney and Herskowitz (1978) Wyden Books. "Self-Portrait". pg.23 Much of the film was shot in Pebble Beach, California, with the most scenic views on Pebble Beach Golf Links, http: www.montereymovietours.com media_sacbee.html with some golf holes visible in the background.
architecture. Particularly notable are the Alexeievsky and Resurrection monasteries. The Assumption three-tented church (1628) of the Alexeyevsky Monastery is considered a true gem of Russian medieval architecture. "Marvelous" is an epithet that common people gave to their church and which became a part of its official name. Located nearby is the more conventional Church of St. John the Baptist (1681). Closer to the bank of the Volga one may see the Resurrection Monastery
''' retreat and leisure area from which he could view his estates. Tamari, 2002, pp. 29-30. According to Amiry, Sheikh Salih's manor, along with other Barghouti family palace compounds, "was strongly influenced by urban architecture" in light of its "majestic scale, ornate fine stone work and the introverted spatial organisation." The manor, which has a rectangular ground plan, roughly measures 23 meters by 34 meters. ref name "Amiry103"
(who were probably buried at the local mausoleum). The town ruled over a small kingdom, covering the lands between the lower Dnieper river and Crimea. In the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, it was a city "with a mixed Scythian-Greek population, strong defensive walls and large public buildings constructed using the orders of Greek architecture". ''North Pontic Archaeology'', ed. by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze. Brill Academic Publishers, 2001. ISBN 90-04-12041-6. Page 167. ref
;with a mixed Scythian-Greek population, strong defensive walls and large public buildings constructed using the orders of Greek architecture". Neapolis was destroyed halfway through the 3rd century AD by the Goths. Parks 350px thumb right Ferris wheel at Kid's Park (File:Колесо обозрения в Детском Парке г. Симферополя..jpg) * WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol
raised to a height of above the ground. J. J. Coulton: "Lifting in Early Greek Architecture", ''The Journal of Hellenic Studies'', Vol. 94 (1974), p. 16 This was thought to have been done using Roman cranes (Crane (machine)#Ancient Rome). Roman cranes were not capable of lifting stones this heavy; however, by combining multiple cranes they may have been able to lift them to this height. If necessary they may have used the cranes to lever