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, this is the National Anthem of Peru". The following day, a signed decree confirmed this opinion expressed in the midst of great enthusiasm and jubilation. The anthem was first performed publicly in the night of 23 September 1821 in the Theater of Lima, in the presence of San Martín and the supporters of the independence, who on that day reunited in the capital. The beautiful voice of lady Rosa Merino, was the first to intone the anthem, from the original verses from the poet Don José de la


July 24, 1950 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian singer-songwriter popular in the former Yugoslavia, known for her unique, beautiful voice. Her most famous hits are "Sve smo mogli mi", "Što te nema" and "Bistre vode Bosnom teku". In 1984, when the Winter Olympics (1984 Winter Olympics) were held in her native Sarajevo, she sang the official theme song of the Games. Around that time


on a journey through the depths of the oceans and seas. One of them decided to stay on the coast of Denmark and can be seen sitting at the entrance to the port of Copenhagen. The second mermaid reached the mouth of the Vistula River (Vistula) and plunged into its waters. She stopped to rest on a sandy beach by the village of Warszowa, where fishermen came to admire her beauty and listen to her beautiful voice. A greedy merchant also heard her songs; he followed the fishermen and captured


was working as a janitor's assistant in NYC when a tenant gave him 2 tickets to the theater as a gratuity. He fell in love with the art form and also met Sidney Poitier. The financially struggling pair regularly purchased a single seat to local plays, trading places in between acts, after informing the other about the progression of the play. NPR interview http: 2011 10 12 141243628 harry-belafonte-out-of-struggle-a-beautiful-voice At the end of the 1940s, he


. Hellerup, Denmark, 13 July 1964) is the youngest daughter and fifth child of Michael (Michael of Romania) (Mihai), King of Romania, and his wife Queen Anne (Queen Anne of Romania). thumb 200 px right Hariclea Darclée as Iris (opera) Iris (Image:Hariclea Darclée-Iris.jpg) '''Hariclea Darclée''' (born '''Hariclea Haricli'''; June 10, 1860–January 12, 1939) was a celebrated Romanian operatic soprano. She possessed an agile, powerful, and beautiful voice that was wielded with a fine technique. An extremely beautiful woman, Darclée's stage presence was as elegant and refined as her singing. Although universally admired, she displayed a coldness of temperament that at times diminished her conviction in the more passionate verismo repertory. A singer of prodigous talent, her repertoire ranged from coloratura soprano roles to heavier Verdi roles, including many in the Franco-Italian lyric repertory. Throughout her career she participated in several world premieres, including originating the title roles in Puccini's ''Tosca'', Mascagni's ''Iris (Iris (opera))'', and Catalani's ''La Wally''. The '''2005 European floods''' hit mainly Romania, Switzerland, Austria and Germany, as well as several other countries in Central Europe and Eastern Europe during August 2005. The disaster came at a time when Portugal was suffering from intense forest fire (wildfire)s which left 15 dead and days before the powerful Hurricane Katrina hit the United States. Romania was the most affected by the 2005 floods, as it was faced with the most powerful and widespread floods and also the highest loss of life, with 31 dead. Total damages are estimated to be valued at more than 5 billion lei (Romanian leu) (€1.5 billion). thumb right 200px Part of Romavia fleet at Henri Coandă International Airport Bucharest Henri Coandă Airport (Image:Romavia2.jpg) (2007). '''Compania Românã de Aviatie Romavia R.A.''', also known as '''Romanian Aviation Company''', was an airline based in Sector 4 (Sector 4 (Bucharest)), Bucharest, Romania. "Contact." Romavia. Retrieved on 11 December 2011. "Compania Românã de Aviatie ROMAVIA R.A. Bd. Dimitrie Cantemir Nr. 1, Bl. B2, Sector 4, Bucuresti" As a state-owned company controlled by the Romanian Ministry of National Defense (Ministry of National Defense of Romania), it has offered VIP state and ministerial flights, as well as chartered and scheduled passenger and cargo services out of its base at Henri Coandă International Airport. Flight International 12-18 April 2005 foundation 1932 founded_by Romanian Hashomer Hatzair members region Hefer Valley Beginnings Ma'abarot was the third kibbutz established by the Kibbutz Artzi (Kibbutz Movement) federation and is located in the Sharon Plain, near the old road from Petah Tikva to Haifa. It was founded by graduates of the left-wing Hashomer Hatzair Zionist (Zionism) youth movement in Romania who organized themselves as a settlement group, and immigrated to Mandate Palestine (British Mandate of Palestine) in 1924. The base of the Anisian stage (also the base of the Middel Triassic series) is sometimes laid at the first appearance of conodont species ''Chiosella timorensis (Chiosella)'' in the stratigraphic record. Other stratigraphers prefer to use the base of magnetic chronozone MT1n. The global reference profile for the base (the GSSP or golden spike (GSSP)) is at a flank of the mountain Deşli Caira in the Romanian Dobruja. The GSSP was established by Grǎdinaru ''et al.'' (2007) During the summer of 1995, the ''Dallas'' operated with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean Sea. Among her many assignments, ''Dallas'' worked with the


*'''July to October''': Serves as house physician at New York Hospital * '''November''': Begins training in Vienna under Theodor Billroth '''1879''' Fillunger was born in Vienna. She studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna Vienna Conservatory


, the famous Russian artistic periodical ''Apollon'' received a letter with verses on a perfumed paper with black mourning edges, signed only by a single Russian letter ''Ch (Che (Cyrillic))''. The verses were filled with half-revelations about its author—supposedly a beautiful maiden with dark secrets. The same day a woman with a ''beautiful voice'' phoned the journal's publisher Sergei Makovsky and arranged for publication of the verses. Over the next few months, publications of the newfound poetic star were the major hit of the magazine, and many believed that they had found a major new talent in Russian poetry (Russian literature). The identity of the author was slowly revealed: her name was Baroness Cherubina de Gabriak, a Russian-speaking girl of French (French people) and Polish (Poles) ancestry who lived in a very strict Roman Catholic aristocratic family, who severely limited the girl's contacts with the outside world because of an unspoken secret in her past. Almost all of ''Apollon''’s male writers fell in love with her, most of all the great poet Nikolai Gumilyov. He wrote a series of passionate love letters to her and received quite passionate answers. He was a prominent opponent of the oligarchical party in the revolution which took place on the approach of Napoleon (Napoleon I of France); and he was one of the envoys sent to seek the protection of the French (France). When the request was refused, and Venice was placed under Austria, he removed to Milan, where he was made member of the great council. In 1799, on the invasion of the Russians and the overthrow of the Cisalpine republic, Dandolo retired to Paris, where, in the same year, he published his treatise ''Les Hommes nouveaux, d'operer une regeneration nouvelle''. But he soon after returned to the neighborhood of Milan to devote himself to scientific agriculture. Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia

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