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America's highest building, the 95m high Art Deco building Palacio Salvo still dominates Montevideo's skyline. There used to be an observation deck that could be accessed for free, but as of May 2014 it is closed. *


movement of poets in 1920's Ukraine. Despite the populist and propagandistic impulses of Communism, the neoclassical (neoclassicism) movement stressed the production of 'high art' to an educated and highly literate audience. Zerov, particularly, eschewed contemporary politics in his poetry, focusing on aesthetic and historical classical themes under a tight and difficult poetical structure. This approach eventually proved fatal, as Zerov, along with many other Ukrainian writers of the period, was later sent to Solovki prison camp and later executed. '''Alemdar Mustafa Pasha''' (also called '''Bairaktar Mustafa Pasha''') was an Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) military commander and a Grand Vizier born in Khotyn in Turkish-occupied Ukraine in 1765. Both ''alemdar'' and ''bairaktar'' mean "the standard bearer" and were the names given to the same rank in the Janissary corps. While Ottoman Bessarabia corresponded mainly to what now is known as Budjak and is part of Ukraine (along the Black Sea south of Moldova), the Russians applied the name ''Bessarabia'' to the entire annexed territory. Although this usage was ahistorical when first adopted, ''Bessarabia'' has come to refer more commonly to the so-named portion of the Russian Empire than to the older Ottoman Bessarabia. Thus one sees usages such as "1812... Treaty of Bucharest (Treaty of Bucharest, 1812) grants Russia control of eastern Moldova or Bessarabia, the area between the River Prut and the west bank of the Dniester," Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


: a424 study picview.html She also appears, very lightly bearded, on the outside of a triptych door by Hans Memling She was decisively debunked during the late 16th century (after a period in the 15th and 16th centuries in which she was popular), and thereafter disappears from high art, although lingering well into the 20th century in more popular forms, especially in Bavaria and Austria, Fiesen op


release, November 1, 2007. Retrieved August 23, 2008. It premiered at BAM's Next Wave festival on November 1–3, 2007. Stevens has also worked as an essayist, contributing to Asthmatic Kitty Records' "


East Side region5color #487db8 region5description Famous as the Jewish immigrant ghetto of the early 20th century, the neighborhood today is enjoying a renaissance, with dozens of bars and restaurants. region6name Greenwich Village (Manhattan Greenwich Village) region6color #a5c077 region6description Coffee houses, wine bars, lowrise but high art and literary connections, located between Houston and 14th Streets. The bohemian center of yore, today's Village is strongly upmarket


, it is also home to the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites (UNESCO World Heritage List) in the world. High art and monuments are to be found everywhere around the country. It is also famous worldwide for its delicious cuisine, its trendy fashions, luxury sports cars and motorcycles, diverse regional cultures and dialects, as well as for its many beautiful coasts, alpine lakes and mountains (the Alps and Apennines). No wonder it is often nicknamed ''Il Bel Paese'' (The Beautiful Country


1971 pages 187–190 isbn 0-486-22066-4 url http: books?id nerxX-ZBRloC&pg PA187 accessdate 2010-02-08 Dolls have traditionally been made as crude, rudimentay playthings as well as with elaborate, artful design. They have been created as folk art in cultures around the globe, and in the 20th century, art dolls began to be seen as high art. Artist Hans Bellmer made Surrealism

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