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Makarska

Croatian sculptor Ivan Rendić. *St. Philip's Church (18th century). *St. Peter's church (13th century), situated on the Sv. Petar peninsula (Sveti Petar (Makarska, Croatia)), rebuilt in 1993. *The Franciscan monastery (16th century). It houses a library with numerous books and rare incunabula's and a famous, world known collection of shells from all over the world, collected in a Malacological Museum from 1963. *Napoleon monument, erected in the honour of the French Auguste de Marmont


Winter Haven, Florida

Meyer 2007 p 27 She was the daughter of citrus fruit magnate John A. Snively, who held extensive properties both in Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida) and in Waycross; Parsons' father was a famous World War II flying ace, decorated with the Air Medal, who was present at the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Biographer David Meyer characterized Coon Dog and Avis as loving parents: he writes in ''Twenty Thousand Roads'' that they are "remembered

, Florida Winter Haven and in Waycross; Parsons' father was a famous World War II flying ace, decorated with the Air Medal, who was present at the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. He also notes, however, that "unhappiness was eating away


Kingdom of Montenegro

in the treaties of London (Treaty of London, 1913) and Bucharest (Treaty of Bucharest, 1913). Albania became independent, and the Empire lost almost all of its European territory (Kosovo, Sanjak of Novi Pazar (Sandzak), Macedonia and western Thrace) to the four allies. The '''Battle of Mojkovac''' (Montenegrin (Montenegrin language): Бој на Мојковцу, ''Boj na Mojkovcu'') was a famous World War I battle fought between 6 January and 7 January 1916 near Mojkovac, Montenegro


Safed

only accessible by foot. See '''Synagogues''' - there are a number of old, beautiful, and unique synagogues in Safed, some of them rather famous world-wide among the Jewish community. These include: * The Ari Ashkenaz and the Ari Sephard synagogues both in memory of Rabbi Isaac Luria. The Ari Ashkenaz is normally open for visitors on weekdays and boasts an ornate ark. The Ari Sephard synagogue is only open for prayers on the Sabbath. * The "Abuhav" synagogue is probably


Homs

;34–35. thumb left The Krak des Chevaliers (File:Krak des Chevaliers 01.jpg), a famous world heritage site near Homs The city of Emesa grew to prominence after the new-found wealth of the Emesani dynasty, governed first by one of the sons of Sampsiceramus I, Iamblichus I (Iamblichus (phylarch)) who made it the kingdom's capital. The Emesani proved their loyalty to Rome once more when they aided Gaius Julius Caesar in his siege


Marshall Islands

testing. Climate Wet season from May to November; hot and humid; islands border typhoon belt. Landscape The Marshall Islands consist of two island chains of 30 atolls and 1,152 islands, of low coral limestone and sand. Bikini and Enewetak are former US nuclear test sites; Kwajalein, the famous World War II battleground, is now used as a US missile test range. Regions The Marshall Islands consists of 29 atolls and 5 isolated islands, of which 24 are inhabited. They can be grouped


Jacksonville, Florida

("Coon Dog") and Avis (née Snively) Connor. She was the daughter of citrus fruit magnate John A. Snively, who held extensive properties both in Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida) and in Waycross; Parsons' father was a famous World War II flying ace


Montenegro

, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) and Bulgaria. His other prominent folk-based works include ''Primorski napjevi'' (Coastland tunes), and ''Kozar''. The '''Battle of Mojkovac''' (Montenegrin (Montenegrin language): Бој на Мојковцу, ''Boj na Mojkovcu'') was a famous World War I battle fought between 6 January and 7 January 1916 near Mojkovac, Montenegro, between the armies of Austria-Hungary and Montenegro (Kingdom of Montenegro). It ended with a Montenegrins Montenegrin


Seoul

, and the Imperial Japanese Army stationed at strategic locations throughout Korea, the Korean side was at a distinct disadvantage in the discussions. They have designed more than 125 cycle tracks worldwide, among them many velodromes for Olympic Games, namely in Berlin in 1936, Rome in 1960, Mexico City in 1968, Munich in 1972, Seoul in 1986, Barcelona in 1990, Beijing in 2008. They have also designed such famous world-record tracks as the Velodromo Vigorelli


Kansas City, Missouri

JHUNAAAAIBAJ&pg 1387,6124170&dq pioneer+zephyr&hl en title New Zephyrs Into Use date 8 June 1939 publisher St. Joseph News-Press accessdate 27 March 2012 Because its intended Kansas City, Missouri to St. Louis, Missouri route passed near the birthplace and boyhood home of famous World War I General John J. Pershing, the train was named after him. The power car was named ''Silver Charger'', after Pershing's horse ''Charger'', while the passenger cars were


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