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Bosnia and Herzegovina

repeated on bTV (BTV (Bulgaria)) with the premieres of the later seasons. Repeats currently broadcast on BTV Comedy & Fox Life. '''Alija Izetbegović''' ( ) (8 August 1925 – 19 October 2003) was a Bosniak (Bosniaks) activist, lawyer, author, philosopher and politician, who, in 1990, became the first president of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He served in this role until 1996, when he became a member of the Presidency


Warsaw

'' (''The Bewitched Tailor'') was described by the ''Literarishe Bleter'' of Warsaw, Poland as "a unified and enchanting spectacle of prose, poetry, and song" incorporating new songs "full of hope", but also music from the synagogue and popular song, "but on all this it embroiders a sad mirth, realist-simple and demented-symbolist comedy, which ends with optimistic rhymes — the moral of the comedy — sung by the comedians themselves."


Bulgaria

to be connected with witchcraft, just like crows, ravens (Common Raven) and black cats. * In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the show was aired on RTRS and RTVUSK. * In Bulgaria, the first seasons were aired on Kanal 1 (BNT Channel 1), after that were repeated on bTV (BTV (Bulgaria)) with the premieres of the later seasons. Repeats currently broadcast on BTV Comedy & Fox Life. * In Chile, is aired on Sony Entertainment Television. **PA0513 Mediterranean


Berlin

, a widow. Amused, Blumenthal used the story as the basis of a comedy—without music—which he co-authored with actor Gustav Kadelburg. However, Blumenthal and Kadelburg relocated the action from Lauffen to the much more prominent St. Wolfgang, where the Gasthof Weißes Rößl had actually existed since 1878. Having thus chanced upon a suitable title, the authors went to work, and ''Im weißen Rößl'' eventually premiered in Berlin in 1897. death_date


Poland

'') was described by the ''Literarishe Bleter'' of Warsaw, Poland as "a unified and enchanting spectacle of prose, poetry, and song" incorporating new songs "full of hope", but also music from the synagogue and popular song, "but on all this it embroiders a sad mirth, realist-simple and demented-symbolist comedy, which ends with optimistic rhymes — the moral of the comedy — sung by the comedians themselves." One of the former members


Italy

Shakespeare , Christopher Marlowe and many other famous playwrights. ** Black comedy – a comic work that employs "black humor" or gallows humor. Merriam-Webster, Inc (1995) ''Merriam-Webster's encyclopedia of literature'', entry ''black humor'', p.144 ** Commedia dell'arte – a form of theatre characterized by masked "types" (Mask#Masks_in_theatre) which began in Italy in the 16th century, and was responsible for the advent of the actress and improvised performances (Improvisational theatre) based on sketches (Sketch comedy) or scenarios. ** Comedy of errors – a work that is light and often humorous or satirical in tone, in which the action usually features a series of comic instances of mistaken identity, and which typically culminates in a happy resolution of the thematic conflict. Weld, John. (1975). "Meaning in Comedy: Studies in Elizabethan Romantic Comedy" SUNY Press. pp. 154-155. ISBN 0873952782. Pearson, Jacqueline. (1980). "Tragedy and tragicomedy in the plays of John Webster" Manchester University Press ND. p. 13. ISBN 0719007860. thumb right 250px Construction in central Tirana was part of the cooperation package between King Zog (File:Skeda-Ahmet-Zogu.jpg) and Fascist Italy. The period between the 1930s and 1940s is characterized by the completion of the above architectural projects, clashes between occupying forces and local resistance, and the coming to power of the communists. In 1930, the northern portion of modern ''Dëshmorët e Kombit'' (National Martyrs) Boulevard finished and named Zog I Boulevard. Meanwhile, the ministerial complex, boulevard axis, Royal Palace (Palace of the Brigades), former municipal building, and the National Bank (Bank of Albania) were still under construction. The latter is the work of renown Italian architect Vittorio Ballio Morpurgo. In addition, Tirana served as the venue for the signing between Fascist Italy and Albania of the Pact of Tirana. In 1939, Tirana was captured by Fascist forces appointing a puppet government. In the meantime, Italian architect Gherardo Bosio was asked to elaborate on previous plans and introduce a new project in the area of present day Mother Teresa Square. Bleta, Indrit. ''Influences of political regime shifts on the urban scene of a capital city, Case Study: Tirana.'' Turkey, 2010. By the early 40s, the southern portion of the main boulevard and surrounding buildings were finished and renamed with Fascist names. A failed assassination attempt was carried towards Victor Emmanuel III of Italy by a local resistance activist during a visit in Tirana. In November 1941, Enver Hoxha founded the Communist Party of Albania. The town soon became the center of the Albanian communists who mobilized locals against Italian fascists and later Nazi Germans, while spreading ideological propaganda. On 17 November 1944, the town was liberated after a fierce battle between the Communists and German forces (Albanian Resistance of World War II). The Nazis eventually withdrew and the communists seized power. thumb 200px Sunset over the Adriatic Sea in the distance (File:Sunset at Mount Dajti.jpg) Tirana is served by the port of Durrës, that is 36 km distant from the capital. Passenger ferries from Durrës sail to Trieste, Ancona, Otranto, Brindisi, Bari, Genoa (Italy), Zadar, Dubrovnik (Croatia), Koper (Slovenia), Bar (Bar, Montenegro) (Montenegro), Corfu (Greece) and others.Kavaja is Included in the Tirana County too. Occurrence Titanite occurs as a common accessory mineral in intermediate and felsic igneous rocks and associated pegmatites. It also occurs in metamorphic rocks such as gneiss and schists and skarns. Source localities include: Pakistan; Italy; Russia; China; Brazil; Tujetsch, St. Gothard (Gotthard Pass), Switzerland; Madagascar; Tyrol (Tyrol (state)), Austria; Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada; Sanford (Sanford, Maine), Maine, Gouverneur (Gouverneur (village), New York), Diana (Diana, New York), Rossie (Rossie, New York), Fine (Fine, New York), Pitcairn (Pitcairn, New York), Brewster (Brewster, New York), New York and California in the USA (United States). thumb right Visconti-Sforza tarot deck (File:Viscontisforzatarot.jpg). The Devil card is a 20th-century replacement for the card missing from the original 15th-century deck. The '''tarot''' (


Germany

from Berlin, Germany, was vacationing in Lauffen (now part of Bad Ischl), a small town in the vicinity of St. Wolfgang. There, at the inn where he was staying, Blumenthal happened to witness the head waiter's painful wooing of his boss, a widow. Amused, Blumenthal used the story as the basis of a comedy—without music—which he co-authored with actor Gustav Kadelburg. However, Blumenthal and Kadelburg relocated the action from Lauffen to the much more


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