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St. Leonard, Quebec

in the linguistic debate coined the “Saint-Leonard Conflict.” http: www.panoramitalia.com en arts-culture history saint-leonard-conflict-language-legislation-quebec 2325 The Saint-Leonard Conflict mainly resulted from the structure of the education system in Montreal prior to the 1960s. Beginning in the mid 1800s, the city’s school systems were divided along religious lines resulting in two independently acting school boards: the Commission des écoles


Macomb, Illinois

–1944) businessman; first mayor of Fullerton, California; founder of Chapman University * Marcus Dunstan, screenwriter * Joe Garner (Joe Garner (author)), six-time New York Times Bestselling author of non-fiction pop culture history


North Battleford

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Östersund

named ''Färgfabriken Norr'' has as of late been established in Östersund and has hosted an "at large" exhibition of Östersund and a The New World Bank-conference with Noreena Hertz, Kjell A. Nordström and Malcolm McLaren. Gaaltije, the centre for South Sami culture, opened in 1999 and is a living source of knowledge for South Sami culture, history and business. Gamla Tingshuset, Holds a small cinema (Movie theater), a café, a small venue and practice halls

(Narvik-Kiruna) ** same gauge - same voltage - same protection system (Automatic Train Control). Most Swedish and Norwegian rail vehicles can cross the border. *Lujavvʼr (Lovozero (rural locality)) (Lovozero) *Luvlieluspie (Östersund) (Östersund) is the center for the Southern Sami people living in Sweden. It is the site for Gaaltije – centre for South Sami culture – a living source of knowledge for South Sami culture, history and business


Miskolc

20.78148 directions West about hundred meters from National Theatre of Miskolc phone +36 46 500680 fax +36 46 500682 hours '''Jun-Aug''' Th-Sa 10:00-18:00; Sep-May Th-Sa 9:00-17:00 price Admission: Adult reduced: HUF600 300 (2014) content This is a Museum of Fine Arts, located in the Rákóczi Monument House. It was once baroque mansion. - Kondor Béla memorial exhibit and other periodic exhibitions. Contemporary video art. In addition exhibitions local culture, history and social

science exhibition about the local culture, history and social science subjects. Mediterranean-style courtyard. Below the house is the Dory cellar here located the Art Club of Miskol. - Services: cloak-room, café, buffet, toilet WC Monuments thumb Avas Observation Tower, a symbol of the City (File:AvasTVTower.jpg) *


Portuguese India

India After India's independence from the British in 1947, Portugal refused to accede to India's request to relinquish control of its Indian possessions. On 24 July 1954 an organisation called "The United Front of Goans" took control of the enclave of Dadra (Dadra and Nagar Haveli). The remaining territory of Nagar Haveli (Dadra and Nagar Haveli) was seized by the Azad Gomantak Dal on 2 August 1954. culture history history4.html Goa's Freedom

of Portuguese Goa. The Indian Government adopted a "wait and watch" attitude from 1955 to 1961 with numerous representations to the Portuguese Salazar government and attempts to highlight the issue before the international community. culture history history4.html Lambert Mascarenhas, "Goa's Freedom Movement," excerpted from Henry Scholberg, Archana Ashok Kakodkar and Carmo Azevedo, ''Bibliography of Goa and the Portuguese in India'' New Delhi


Haight-Ashbury

out of independently owned poster or candle stores. Historically, US head shops proliferated on St. Mark's Place (St. Mark's Place (Manhattan)) in New York City's East Village (East Village, Manhattan), in West Los Angeles, and in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. Sources cite the Psychedelic Shop on Haight Street in San Francisco as the first head shop in the United States.

history chrono.php title A Cannabis Chronology last Christopher first Rob coauthors Neil Montgomery year 2009 work UKCIA.org publisher The United Kingdom Cannabis Internet Activists www.offyourheadshop.com accessdate 29 January 2010


Vaasa

an important centre for Finland-Swedish (Swedish-speaking Finns) culture. History Name Over the years, Vaasa has changed its name several times, due to alternative spellings, political decisions and language condition changes. At first it was called ''' ''' after the village where it was founded in 1606, but just a few years later the name was changed to '''Wasa''' to honor the royal Swedish lineage. Mustasaari (Finnish) or Korsholm


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