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Province of Posen

Poznań he used to be one of the members of various Prussian economical and political organisations in the Province of Posen. Among them was the Society for Support of German Interests founded after the failed January


Zamboanga City

birth_place Zamboanga (Zamboanga City), Zamboanga Province death_date DATE OF BIRTH February 9, 1915 PLACE OF BIRTH Zamboanga (Zamboanga City), Zamboanga Province DATE OF DEATH July 5, 1976 Biography De Villa served as Chief of Philippine Constabulary and Director-General of the Integrated National Police in 1986 and was concurrent Vice-Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces


Columbus, Ohio

Dickinson, Alana De La Garza, J.P. Calderon, Leslie Moonves by Hal Boedeker (2008–present) Biography De La Garza was born in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Franklin County (Franklin County, Ohio), Ohio to a Mexican-American father and an Irish-American mother. She was raised in El Paso (El Paso, Texas), El Paso County (El Paso County, Texas), Texas. NBC.com


Oslo

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Florence

of the Teutonic Order in Vienna; and the sculpture of ''Madonna and Child'' by Michael of Augsburg from the main altar, sold to count Sierakowski, is today located in the chapel in Waplewo Wielkie. In addition, the Prussians melted down gold and silver reliquaries (Reliquary) for reuse; they also reused golden threads from embroideries (Embroidery) in uniforms for Prussian officers. Biography De Koven was born in Middletown, Connecticut, and moved to Europe in 1870, where he received the majority of his education. He graduated from St John's College (St John's College, Oxford) of Oxford University in England in 1879. He undertook various musical studies at Stuttgart with Speidel and with Lebert and Pruckner. He studied composition at Frankfurt with Dr. Hauff, and after staying there for six months moved on to Florence, Italy, where he studied singing with Vanuccini. Study in operatic composition followed, first with Richard Genée, in Vienna, and then with Léo Delibes, in Paris. History While the drink's origins are unknown, the most widely reported account is that it was invented in Florence, Italy in 1919, at Caffè Casoni, ex Caffè Giacosa, now called Caffè Cavalli. Count Camillo Negroni invented it by asking the bartender, Fosco Scarselli, to strengthen his favorite cocktail, the Americano (Americano (cocktail)), by adding gin rather than the normal soda water. The bartender also added an orange garnish rather than the typical lemon garnish of the Americano to signify that it was a different drink. Commons:Category:Florence Wikipedia:Florence Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Tuscany Localities Florence


Buenos Aires

also carry out the Orlando Letelier assassination in 1976. DATE OF DEATH September 30, 1974 PLACE OF DEATH Buenos Aires, Argentina Biography De Vicenzo was born in Villa Ballester, a western suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was raised in the Villa Pueyrredón neighborhood of Buenos Aires, and acquired the game of golf as a caddie. He developed his skills at the Ranelagh (Ranelagh, Buenos Aires) Golf Club, and later relocated to the town of the same name. Larsen was a six time Danish Champion (Danish Chess Championship) and a candidate for the World Chess Championship on four occasions, reaching the semi final three times. He had multiple wins over all seven World Champions who held the title from 1948 to 1985: Mikhail Botvinnik, Vasily Smyslov, Mikhail Tal, Tigran Petrosian, Boris Spassky, Bobby Fischer, and Anatoly Karpov., http: www.chessgames.com, the Bent Larsen games file but lifetime minus scores against them. On a percentage basis, his best score against a World Champion was with Max Euwe. Larsen and Euwe met over the board only once, at the Munich Olympiad in 1958 (1958 Chess Olympiad); the game ended in a draw. Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Vienna

gymnasium (Gymnasium (school)). When he left the gymnasium he continued his education in the military Lower Realschule (secondary school) in Košice, Hungary (present-day Slovakia) and then in the Higher Realschule in Hranice na Moravě, which was also attended to by some Austrian archdukes. Afterwards, he studied at the Faculty of Artillery at the Vienna's Technical Military Academy. Biography De Koven was born in Middletown, Connecticut, and moved to Europe in 1870, where he received the majority of his education. He graduated from St John's College (St John's College, Oxford) of Oxford University in England in 1879. He undertook various musical studies at Stuttgart with Speidel and with Lebert and Pruckner. He studied composition at Frankfurt with Dr. Hauff, and after staying there for six months moved on to Florence, Italy, where he studied singing with Vanuccini. Study in operatic composition followed, first with Richard Genée, in Vienna, and then with Léo Delibes, in Paris. Lachner was born in Rain am Lech to a musical family (his brothers Ignaz (Ignaz_Lachner), Theodor and Vinzenz (Vinzenz Lachner) also became musicians). He studied music with Simon Sechter and Maximilian, the Abbé Stadler (Maximilian Stadler). He conducted at the Theater am Kärntnertor in Vienna. In 1834, he became ''Kapellmeister'' at Mannheim. In 1835 he received the first prize for symphonic composition at Vienna with his ''Sinfonia passionata'', and became royal ''Kapellmeister'' at Munich, becoming a major figure in its musical life, conducting at the opera and various concerts and festivals. His career there came to a sudden end in 1864 after Richard Wagner's disciple Hans von Bülow took over Lachner's duties. Lachner remained officially in his post on extended leave for a few years until his contract expired. After Thalberg's stay in London in May 1837, he made a first, short tour, giving concerts in several towns in Great Britain, but he became ill and returned rather soon to Vienna. In spring 1838 he gave concerts in Paris again. A note in the ''Revue et Gazette musicale'' of March 4, 1838, p. 104, shows that Thalberg's fame had in the meanwhile grown. He was called "le plus illustre de nos compositeurs" ("the most famous of our composers") now. Thalberg left Paris on April 18, 1838, travelling to Vienna, where on the very day Franz Liszt gave a charity concert for the benefit of the victims of a flood in Hungary. He was born in Brünn (Brno) (Brno), Moravia and died in Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria. He was a participant in the Austrian Brazil Expedition from 1817 to 1821. In 1845 he succeeded Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin as Director of the Imperial Gardens at Schönbrunn Palace. birth_date Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


Berlin

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