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Downtown Portland

in 2001, after TriMet adopted color designations for its separate light rail routes. Stewart, Bill (September 21, 2000). "Local colors roll out: Tri-Met designates the Blue, Red and Yellow lines". ''The Oregonian''. In June 2003, the Office of Transportation adopted the Eastside Streetcar Alignment Study, a study for an extension of the streetcar to the Lloyd (Lloyd District, Portland, Oregon) and Central Eastside Industrial Districts


Sátoraljaújhely

alt Zemplén Kalandpark,Magas-hegyi Sportcentrum url http: www.zemplenkalandpark.hu email address Torzsás u. 25 lat 48.4122 long 21.6371 directions phone hours price Bob sled: Adult 1 5 slip(s) HUF700 2 800; Children 1 5 slip(s) HUF550 2 200; Adventure Park Green Blue Red Black Course HUF1 250 1 400 2 000 2 600, Canopy, Climbing Wall HUF1400, Ski Trails: slip 1 Adult Child HUF1 700 1 400; 10-slip Adult Child HUF2200 2000; 4 hour Adult Children HUF3 300 2 800; 1 day Adult


Tsardom of Russia

; ** '''Standard of the Tsar of Moscow''' (1693–1700): white-blue-red tricolor with golden double-headed eagle in the center. Replaced by the Imperial standard in 1700 (see below). **'''Imperial Standard (Russian Imperial Standard) of the Tsar of Russia''': black double-headed eagle carrying St. Vladimir Red Coat of Arms, on a golden rectangular field, adopted in 1700 instead of the older white-blue-red Standard of the Tsar of Moscow. *'''Civil Flag''': The early Romanov (House of Romanov) Tsars instituted the two-headed eagle Imperial Flag of the Tsar, which origin dates back to 1472, as a Civil Flag, it remained the Civil Flag of Russia until replaced during the Empire in 1858. Yenne, Bill. ''Flags of the World''. Chartwell Books, 1993, pg32 *'''Civil Ensign of Russia''': the white-blue-red tricolor, that was adopted on 20 January, 1705 by decree of Peter I (Peter I of Russia). History of the Russian Flag '''(in Russian)''' * '''Naval Ensign of the Imperial Russian Navy''': white field with a blue saltire, adopted in 1712. Before that, the naval ensign of Russia was white-blue-red tricolor. * '''Naval Jack of the Imperial Russian Navy''': red field with a blue saltire, adopted in 1700. File:Flag of Oryol (variant).svg '''Standard of the Tsar of Moscow''' (1693–1700) File:Imperial Standard of the Emperor of Russia (1858–1917) alt version.svg '''Imperial Standard of the Tsar''' (from 1700) File:Flag of Russia.svg '''Naval Ensign of the Imperial Russian Navy''' (1697–1699) vexillographia.ru and '''Civil Ensign of Russia''' (from 1705) File:Flag of Russian Navy 1699 v1.svg '''Naval Ensign of the Imperial Russian Navy''' (1699–1700), a transitional variant between the 1697–1699 Ensign and the Andreevsky (Saltire) Flag of 1712 File:Naval Jack of Russia.svg '''Naval Jack of the Imperial Russian Navy''' (from 1700) www.crwflags.com File:Naval Ensign of Russia.svg '''Naval Ensign of the Imperial Russian Navy''' (from 1712) See also *List of Russian rulers *Coronation of the Russian monarch *Tsarist autocracy References Primary sources *Grigory Kotoshikhin's ''Russia during the reign of Alexey Mikhailovich'' (1665) is the indispensable source for those studying administration of the Russian tsardom *Domostroy is a 16th-century set of rules regulating everyday behaviour in the Russian boyar families. Secondary sources * The '''Russo-Swedish War of 1656–1658''' was fought by Russia and Sweden as a theater of the Second Northern War. It took place during a pause in the contemporary Russo-Polish War (1654-1667) as a consequence of the Truce of Vilna. Despite initial successes, Tsar Alexis of Russia failed to secure his principal objective—to revise the Treaty of Stolbovo, which had stripped Russia (Tsardom of Russia) of the Baltic coast at the close of the Ingrian War. * Though this was not the most noble person who had ever set foot in the establishment (an honor that would have to go to Peter, or — who knows? — Solomon), he was unquestionable the best-dressed, and identifiable, from a thousand yards, as a courtier… “Frightfully sorry to intrude,” said the courtier, “but word has reached the Household that an important Man (w:Peter I of Russia) has come to London ''incognito''. … From Muscovy (w:Tsardom of Russia), ‘tis said … The Lady of said Household (w:Anne of Great Britain) is deathly ill. On her behalf, I have come to greet the said Gentleman, and to observe the requisite formalities.” Daniel nodded out the window toward the melee. “As we say in Boston: ''get in line.''” ** “Confrontations in a Tavern”


Ürümqi

Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture, taking the cities of Manas (Manas County) (also known then as Suilai) on July 17 (the Manchu fort there fell on September 16) and Wusu (Qur Qarausu) on September 29. arena Hongshan Arena city Ürümqi, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China (People's Republic of China) colors black, blue, red, sky blue


Salina, Kansas

thoroughfare, Ninth Street, becomes K-143 (K-143 (Kansas highway)) at its interchange with I-70. CityGo is the local public transport bus service, operating four routes in the city (yellow, blue, red, purple). CityGo also provides intercity paratransit


State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs

of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (not to be mistaken with the later Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Kingdom of Yugoslavia)), and a month later united in a Kingdom under Serbian dynasty which already had annexed Montenegro. This state was then named Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and took a neutral combination of pan-Slavic colours blue white red (both Serbia and Montenegro had red blue white and Slovenia white blue red). Political rise and exile During World War I Pavelić played


Languedoc

to Christianity some time before Palamedes. When the affair between Lancelot and Guinevere is exposed, Safir and Palamedes join Lancelot's side in the ensuing civil war between Lancelot and King Arthur. When they are banished to Lancelot's homeland in Gaul, Safir is made Duke of Landok (Languedoc) while Palamedes becomes Duke of Provence. During the Ancien Régime, there were many different facing colours (notably various shades of blue, red, yellow, green and black


San Marino

retired from the Italian leagues. Emilia Romagna Amateur football yearbook 2007 08 The team's colors are light blue, red and white. '''A.C. Juvenes Dogana''' is a Sammarinese (San Marino) football (football (soccer)) club, based in Dogana, civil parish of Serravalle (Serravalle (San Marino)). The club was founded in 2000 after the merger of '''S.S. Juvenes''' (named after a historical

; The team's colors are light blue, red and white. '''S.S. Pennarossa''' is a Sanmarinese (San Marino) football (football (soccer)) club, based in Chiesanuova. The club was founded in 1968. Pennarossa currently plays in ''Girone A'' of Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio. The team's colors are red and white. '''S.S. Virtus''' is a Sanmarinese (San Marino) football (football (soccer)) club, based in Acquaviva (Acquaviva (San Marino)). The club was founded in 1964. Virtus currently


Austrian Empire

County of Gorizia and Gradisca . The white-blue-red Slovenian flag was first exposed on April 7, 1848, on a building between Congress Square and Prešeren Square in Ljubljana, by a group of nationally minded students led by the renowned national conservative activist and poet Lovro Toman. Despite opposition from the local Ethnic Germans it was subsequently recognized by the Austrian (Austrian Empire) Government as the official flag of Carniola. This formal recognition, albeit

and Slavonia , since it was interpreted to be a combination of the Croatian (Kingdom of Croatia (Habsburg)) and Slavonian (Kingdom of Slavonia) bicolours). So the official recognition of the Carniolan white-blue-red tricolour instead of the traditional white-blue bicolour was seen as a major achievement by the Slovenes and it quickly became the symbol representing the idea of United Slovenia. In the second half of the 19th century, the Slovenian national tricolour became the only truly all

-Slovenian symbol, representing all Slovenes, regardless of the historical region in which they lived. The white-blue-red Slovenian flag was first exposed on April 7, 1848, on a building between Congress Square and Prešeren Square in Ljubljana, by a group of nationally minded students led by the renowned national conservative activist and poet Lovro Toman. Despite opposition from the local Ethnic Germans it was subsequently recognized by the Austrian Empire Austrian


Fredericton

the Canadian monarch (Monarchy of Canada)'s role as the fount of honour. The ribbon is patterned with vertical stripes in blue, red, and gold; men wear the medallion suspended from this ribbon


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