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Palanga

beauty, cultural (culture) and historical heritage (Industrial Heritage). Samogitia is attractive for many local and international tourists. Most popular tourist destinations are Palanga, Kretinga and Žemaičių Kalvarija. The majority of tourists come from Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Germany, Spain, Finland and Sweden. Palanga is popular tourist destination among tourists from the United Kingdom, Germany and Russia. Early life Born in the village of Užulėnis (:lt:Užulėnis), Taujėnai rural district of Ukmergė district municipality, Antanas Smetona was sent to the primary school in Taujėnai. Graduating from the Palanga Pre-Gymnasium (Gymnasium (school)) in 1893, he passed his entrance examinations into the Samogitian Diocesan Seminary (Kaunas Priest Seminary) in Kaunas, with thoughts of becoming a Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) priest, but various circumstances soon thereafter changed these plans, and he enrolled at Jelgava Gymnasium (high school) in Latvia. Here, together with Jonas Jablonskis, Vincas Kudirka and others, he belonged to a secret Lithuanian students' organization. This organization was nationalistic, and anti-Czar (Tsar)ist in nature. In the autumn of 1896, he organized the resistance of students against obligatory attendance of the Russian Orthodox Church, and was expelled from the Gymnasium, but was later allowed to study at the Gymnasium No.9, in Saint Petersburg. Three days later on September 12, Scandinavian Airlines Flight 2748 from Copenhagen to Palanga had a similar problem with the landing gear, forcing the aircraft to land in Vilnius. No passengers or crew were injured. "Regarding Scandinavian Airlines flight SK2748." ''SAS Group'', September 12, 2007. Retrieved: April 11, 2009. Immediately after this incident SAS grounded all 33 Q400 airliners in its fleet and, a few hours later, Bombardier recommended that all Q400s with more than 10,000 flights be grounded until further notice. "Bombardier Makes Recommendations Following Recent Q400 Aircraft Right Main Landing Gear Incidents." ''bombardier.com''. Retrieved: December 24, 2009. This affected about 60 aircraft, out of 140 Q400s then in service. * ''Powsare'' (''Dovsare'') or Duvzare was a land further south in Courland, today in the district of Liepāja. * ''Megowa'' or Megava (mentioned also as ''Negouwe'' in chronicles) 500 km², was in the environs of modern Palanga, Kretinga and Šventoji. * ''Pilsaten'' or Pilsāts was the smallest region of around 200 km², in the western part of modern Klaipėda district and northwestern part of Šilutė district. - 5. WikiPedia:Palanga Commons:Category:Palanga


Tajikistan

are often included in this subspecies. *'''Bukhara Urial''' (''Ovis orientalis bochariensis''): Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, mountains around Amu Darya *'''Punjab Urial''' (''Ovis orientalis punjabiensis''): the provincial animal of the Punjab (Pakistan) Beauty culture In times past and in some cultures, for example Tajikistan,


Mobile, Alabama

institutions have a campus in Mobile. These include the Alabama Institute Of Real Estate, American Academy Of Hypnosis, Bealle School Of Real Estate, Charles Academy Of Beauty Culture, Fortis College, Virginia College, ITT Technical Institute, Remington College and White And Sons Barber College. Healthcare thumb left Mobile Infirmary Medical Center in 2009. (File:Mobile Infirmary front facade.jpg) File:Providence Hospital Mobile 01.jpg thumb


Belarus

in Palestine he began his studies of self-defense, including jiu jitsu (Jujutsu). A soccer injury in 1929 would later figure into the development of his method. Commons:Category:Belarus Wikipedia:Belarus Dmoz:Regional Europe Belarus


Manila

and Malate Church, a quaint baroque church, then meander in any direction along Adriatico, Mabini, Del Pilar Sts., and Roxas Blvd. Make sure to stop at San Andres Market. *'''CCP Complex Tour''' - Probe into the mind of Imelda Marcos by strolling, jogging, or biking into the reclaimed CCP Complex where a menagerie of her showcase art-beauty-culture projects stands, albeit not in its spic-n'-span condition. See '''Districts Malate'''' and '''Understand''' sections. These public buildings except


Poland

language Czech , Serbian (Serbian language), Croatian (Croatian language), and other neighboring languages, though with modified meaning. Another one is Bryndza, a type of cheese made in Eastern Austria, Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine, the word being derived from the Romanian word for cheese. Samogitia has a huge potential for tourism development, due to its natural beauty, cultural (culture) and historical heritage (Industrial Heritage). Samogitia is attractive for many local and international tourists. Most popular tourist destinations are Palanga, Kretinga and Žemaičių Kalvarija. The majority of tourists come from Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Germany, Spain, Finland and Sweden. thumb 250px Kraków Academy of Fine Arts (Image:Kraków-ASP.jpg) named after Matejko in 1979, where he served as president of many years '''Jan Matejko''' ( WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Russia

the deputies representing the minorities, 36% at the time) Results of the 1897 Russian Census at demoscope.ru: Молдавский и румынский: 469,852; 451067; total population--"Moldavian and Romanian: 920,919 people", and 13 were not present. Samogitia has a huge potential for tourism development, due to its natural beauty, cultural (culture) and historical heritage (Industrial Heritage). Samogitia is attractive for many local and international tourists. Most popular tourist destinations are Palanga, Kretinga and Žemaičių Kalvarija. The majority of tourists come from Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Germany, Spain, Finland and Sweden. In 1764 the Polish Diet ordered Jewish general congresses to be discontinued (Vol. Legum, vii. 50); and in this way the activity of the Council of Four Lands came to an end. The reason for the Polish Diet decision was that the Council had failed to deliver collected taxes. The subsequent partition of Poland among Russia, Austria, and Prussia, changing, as it did, the whole ''Kahal'' system, was unfavorable to the existence of such central autonomous bodies as the Council. thumb right 366px '''The Crown''' marked in Commons:Category:Russia (Image:Rzeczpospolita2nar.png) WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


Germany

, ''Schlehenfeuer'' and other types of ''Schlehenlikör'' (the generic German term for any kind of sloe liqueur) are sometimes made with vodka or rum. The most popular commercial brand, based on white rum, is made by Mast-Jägermeister SE (Mast-Jägermeister), better known for its product Jägermeister. Samogitia has a huge potential for tourism development, due to its natural beauty, cultural (culture) and historical heritage (Industrial Heritage). Samogitia is attractive for many local and international tourists. Most popular tourist destinations are Palanga, Kretinga and Žemaičių Kalvarija. The majority of tourists come from Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Germany, Spain, Finland and Sweden. Palanga is popular tourist destination among tourists from the United Kingdom, Germany and Russia. * HMS Lossie, a River class frigate, was patrolling in the Indian Ocean. On the 29 June 1944, the freighter ''Nellore'' was sunk and a week later HMS Lossie picked up 112 crewmen including the captain near the Chagos Archipelago and landed them at Addu Atoll. * HMS River Lossie (requisitioned Aberdeen drifter A332) picked up the master and 41 crew members of the merchant ship ''Cairnmona'' off Rattray Head on 30 October 1939 after she was sunk by a German (Germany) U-boat while in a convoy bound from Montreal to Leith and Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne). '''Enrique José Bolaños Geyer''' (born 13 May 1928) was the President (President of Nicaragua) of Nicaragua from 10 January 2002 to 10 January 2007. President Bolaños is of Spanish (Spain) and German (Germany) heritage and was born in Masaya (department of Masaya (Masaya (department))). Following the failure of the Ludendorff Offensive (Spring Offensive) in the spring of 1918, the BEF performed a combined arms counterattack. The Hundred Days Offensive drove the German forces back through Belgium, with high casualties. The British took many hundreds of thousands of German soldiers by capture or surrender. Coupled with a revolution in Germany, the German generals requested an armistice (Armistice with Germany (Compiègne)), which came into effect at 11 o'clock on 11 November 1918. Early life Born in Munich, Germany as the child of a Norwegian (Norwegian people) U.S. Army chaplain, Mydland moved to San Francisco, California with his parents at the age of one. Mydland spent most of his childhood living in the San Joaquin-Sacramento Delta's Bethel Island of California. He started piano lessons at age 6 and had formal classical lessons through his junior year in high school. His mother, a graveyard shift nurse, encouraged Mydland's talents by insisting that he practice his music for two hours each day. He played trumpet at Oakley Elementary School; his schoolmates remember him practicing on an accordion, as well as the piano, every day after school. "In late high school," he said, "I got into playing rock 'n' roll with friends and it was like I had to start from the beginning almost, because if I didn't have a piece of music in front of me I couldn't do much. I changed my outlook on playing real fast after that. I think dope pot had something to do with that." He was influenced by rock organists like Lee Michaels, Ray Manzarek and Goldie McJohn of Steppenwolf, and was in a series of local bands. In the late '60s he bought the first albums by the Airplane and the Dead, and he said "I was even in a band where I used to sing 'Morning Dew,' and we did 'Good Morning Little Schoolgirl,' too." Brent graduated from Liberty Union High School in 1971. Philipp Lénárd was born in Pressburg Pozsony (Bratislava), Kingdom of Hungary, Austrian-Hungarian Empire (since 1919 Bratislava, since 1993 in Slovakia) on July 7, 1862, as the son of a wine merchant. Lenard's parents were German (Germany)-speakers, and the Lenard family had originally come from Tyrol (Tyrol (state)) in the 17th century. His father Philipp von Lenardis (1812-1896) was a wine-merchant in Pozsony. His mother was Antoine Baumann (1831-1865). Neue deutsche biografie XIV, 1984 München The young Lénárd learned in Hungarian Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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