, including Daly City (Daly City, California), San Mateo (San Mateo, California), Redwood City (Redwood City, California) and Menlo Park (Menlo Park, California), as well as Palo Alto (Palo Alto, California) (in Santa Clara County). It is virtually never referred to as the "West Bay". Palo Alto is considered "on the Peninsula", which despite being in Santa Clara County has long historical ties with the Peninsula (especially with Menlo Park); for example, Jane Lathrop Stanford kept a personal waiting room at the Menlo Park train station, despite the Stanford estate's proximity to Palo Alto. Location Crocker-Amazon borders the Excelsior District (Excelsior District, San Francisco). Crocker-Amazon covers the area south of Mission Street and Geneva Avenue, extending toward suburban Daly City (Daly City, California). The neighborhood is adjacent to Crocker-Amazon Park, named after the Charles Crocker land holdings that once made up the area, and Amazon Street in the Excelsior. The winding streets of the neighborhood straddle the border between San Francisco and Daly City and largely blend in with the adjacent Daly City neighborhoods of Crocker and Southern Hills. '''Westmoor High School''' is an American public high school in Daly City, California that serves grades 9 through 12 as part of the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD). It generally serves the residents of Daly City, Pacifica (Pacifica, California), and Colma (Colma, California). Westmoor High School was recently selected as a California Distinguished School. status locale Bay Area (San Francisco Bay Area) including Richmond (Richmond, California), El Cerrito (El Cerrito, Contra Costa County, California), Berkeley (Berkeley, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Daly City (Daly City, California), Colma (Colma, California), South San Francisco (South San Francisco, California), San Bruno (San Bruno, California), and Millbrae (Millbrae, California) ''by county: Contra Costa (Contra Costa County, California), Alameda (Alameda County, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California) and San Mateo (San Mateo County, California) start Richmond (Richmond Station) The '''Richmond–Daly City Millbrae line''' of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area consists of 23 metro stations from Richmond (Richmond, California) to Millbrae (Millbrae, California). It passes through El Cerrito (El Cerrito, Contra Costa County, California), Berkeley (Berkeley, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), and San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Daly City (Daly City, California), Colma (Colma, California), South San Francisco (South San Francisco, California), San Bruno (San Bruno, California), and Millbrae (Millbrae, California). Throughout its journey, it shares its tracks with other lines. status locale Bay Area (San Francisco Bay Area) including Fremont (Fremont, California), Union City (Union City, California), Hayward (Hayward, California), San Leandro (San Leandro, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California) and Daly City (Daly City, California) ''by county: Alameda (Alameda County, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California) and San Mateo (San Mateo County, California)'' start Fremont (Fremont (BART station)) The '''Fremont – Daly City line''' of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area consists of 19 metro stations from Fremont (Fremont, California) to Daly City (Daly City, California). It passes through Union City, California, Hayward (Hayward, California), San Leandro (San Leandro, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), and San Francisco (San Francisco, California). status locale Bay Area (San Francisco Bay Area) including Pittsburg (Pittsburg, California), Bay Point (Bay Point, California), Concord (Concord, California), Martinez (Martinez, California) (indirectly), Pleasant Hill (Pleasant Hill, California), Walnut Creek (Walnut Creek, California), Lafayette (Lafayette, California), Orinda (Orinda, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Daly City (Daly City, California), Colma (Colma, California), South San Francisco (South San Francisco, California), San Bruno (San Bruno, California), and Millbrae (Millbrae, California) ''by county: Contra Costa (Contra Costa County, California), Alameda (Alameda County, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California) and San Mateo (San Mateo County, California) start Pittsburg Bay Point (Pittsburg Bay Point (BART station)) The '''Pittsburg Bay Point – SFO Millbrae line''' of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area consists of 26 metro stations from Pittsburg Bay Point (Pittsburg, California) to San Francisco International Airport and Millbrae (Millbrae, California). It passes through Concord (Concord, California), Pleasant Hill (Pleasant Hill, California), Walnut Creek (Walnut Creek, California), Lafayette (Lafayette, California), Orinda (Orinda, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Daly City (Daly City, California), Colma (Colma, California), South San Francisco (South San Francisco, California), and San Bruno (San Bruno, California). status locale Bay Area (San Francisco Bay Area) including Dublin (Dublin, California), Pleasanton (Pleasanton, California), Castro Valley (Castro Valley, California), San Leandro (San Leandro, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), and Daly City (Daly City, California) ''by county: Alameda (Alameda County, California), and San Francisco (San Francisco, California) start Dublin Pleasanton (Dublin Pleasanton (BART station)) The '''Dublin Pleasanton – Daly City line''' of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area consists of 18 metro stations from Dublin (Dublin, California) and Pleasanton (Pleasanton, California) to Daly City (Daly City, California). It passes through Castro Valley (Castro Valley, California), San Leandro (San Leandro, California), Oakland (Oakland, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), and Daly City (Daly City, California). '''Daly City Station''' is a Bay Area Rapid Transit station located in extreme northern San Mateo County, California, in suburban Daly City (Daly City, California), less than one block outside the San Francisco (San Francisco, California) city and county limits. Interstate 280 (Interstate 280 (California)) and California Route 1 (California State Route 1) run along the immediate west side of the station. Before BART service was extended farther south to Colma (Colma Station) in 1996 and Millbrae (Millbrae Station) in 2003, Daly City Station was the only BART station in San Mateo County as opposed to mostly San Francisco, Alameda (Alameda County, California) and Contra Costa (Contra Costa County, California) Counties and served as the terminal station (now at Millbrae) on the San Francisco Peninsula for the BART system. There are twelve stores in the United States: three are in Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), and nine in California. The largest Daiso to open in the United States is located in Union City, California. The 17,760 square foot (1,650 square meters) store opened on August 8, 2007. A total of 15 to 20 locations are planned for the entire San Francisco Bay Area in the future. Daiso's arrival intrigues Daly City shoppers Oakland Tribune Find Articles at BNET.com Daiso has also opened stores in several other SF Bay Area cities: Daly City (Daly City, California), Berkeley (Berkeley, California), Cupertino (Cupertino, California), Milpitas (Milpitas, California), Newark (Newark, California), San Jose (San Jose, California), Mountain View (Mountain View, California), and San Francisco (San Francisco, California)'s Japantown (Japantown, San Francisco, California) and downtown. In Southern California in Gardena, Marukai Corporation U.S.A. (Marukai) carries Daiso products at bargain prices. There are also 3 locations in the Greater Seattle Area. Bolt identified that the epicenter of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake was near Daly City, California not near Olema, California in Marin County (Marin County, California) as had been previously thought. He also helped to design a simulation of the 1906 quake at the California Academy of Sciences museum in Golden Gate Park which has been seen by millions of people. He has written a number of works including ''Earthquakes: a Primer'' in 1978 and ''Inside the Earth: Evidence from Earthquakes'' in 1982. caption location San Francisco (San Francisco, California) & Daly City (Daly City, California) California United States establishment 1860 '''The Olympic Club''' is a San Francisco, California, athletic club (sports club) and private social club (gentlemen's club) with three golf courses located at San Francisco's border with Daly City (Daly City, California), California. The club's main "City Clubhouse" is located in downtown San Francisco. The club's "Lakeside Clubhouse" is located just north of the city's border with Daly City. The two clubhouses are separated by about 10 miles. The three courses at the Olympic Club are the Cliffs, Lake and Ocean courses. The Lake and Ocean are 18-hole par (Par (score))-71 courses, and the Cliffs is a nine-hole par-3 course that is on the bluffs (Cliff) of the Pacific Ocean. All three courses are lined with many trees (almost 40,000 on the Lake course) and offer views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Golden Gate Park. The United States Golf Association recognizes the Olympic Club as one of the first 100 golf clubs established in the United States. * Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) — San Gabriel Valley, especially San Gabriel and Rosemead * Bay Area — Daly City (Daly City, California), Fremont (Fremont, California), San Francisco (San Francisco, California), and San Jose (San Jose, California) * New York City — Queens, Brooklyn, and Northern New Jersey Pinelli died at age 89 in Daly City, California. He was elected to the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame in 2000. Early life and playing career Robinson grew up in Daly City, California, where he attended elementary school with future Pro Football Hall of Famer John Madden (John Madden (football)), and graduated from Junípero Serra High School (Junípero Serra High School (San Mateo, California)). He attended the University of Oregon, where he played end (End (American football)) on Oregon's 1958 Rose Bowl team. '''Michael "Mike" Shawn Carroll''' (born 1975) is a professional skateboarder (skateboarding) from Daly City, California who skated for H-Street and then joined the super team Plan B Skateboards. Mike is known for being an innovator of technical street skating in the early 90's. He is also known for skating at the Embarcadero Plaza (also known as Justin Herman Plaza), or EMB, in San Francisco (since then the spot has been destroyed). After the foreclosure of H-Street and Plan B owner Mike Ternasky, Carroll started Girl Skateboards with fellow Plan B rider Rick Howard. He was a long-time rider for Vans, but left the company soon after they released his pro model shoe and was picked up by DC Shoes, where they released a signature model shoe called the Cosmo. Not long afterwards he left DC along with Rick Howard and they started their own shoe company, Lakai. *Francis George Toldi, senior counsel for Hewlett-Packard *Sal Torres ('88), Councilman and Mayor of Daly City, California (1996 - ), former host of "''El Amanecer'' (Daybreak)", KBHK-TV, and Managing Corporate Counsel & Director at Marvell Technology Group *Joe Alioto Veronese, San Francisco Police Commissioner and candidate for state Senate - Marin (Marin County, California), eastern San Francisco (San Francisco, California), San Mateo (San Mateo County, California) (Daly City (Daly City, California)), far southwestern Solano (Solano County, California), southern Sonoma (Sonoma County, California) Barbara Boxer * '''California''' *:Anaheim (Anaheim, California), Chula Vista (Chula Vista, California), Corona (Corona, California), Costa Mesa (Costa Mesa, California), Daly City (Daly City, California), Escondido (Escondido, California), Fontana (Fontana, California), Fremont (Fremont, California), Fullerton (Fullerton, California), Irvine (Irvine, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), Moreno Valley (Moreno Valley, California), Orange (Orange, California), Oceanside (Oceanside, California), Ontario (Ontario, California), Oxnard (Oxnard, California), Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga, California), Riverside (Riverside, California), San Bernardino (San Bernardino, California), Santa Ana (Santa Ana, California), Santa Clarita (Santa Clarita, California), Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa, California), Simi Valley (Simi Valley, California), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, California), Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks, California) * '''Colorado''' Background Reynolds was a folk singer-songwriter and political activist in the 1960s. Nancy Reynolds, her daughter, explained that her mother came up with the song when she saw the housing developments around Daly City, California built in the post-war era by Henry Doelger, particularly the neighborhood of Westlake (Westlake, Daly City, California). *'''Redirect''' to Broadmoor, California, which seems way more notable merge content elsewhere if considered useful. - User:Paolo Liberatore Liberatore (T (User talk:Paolo Liberatore)) 17:21, 4 January 2006 (UTC) *'''Delete''' - There's no sourced information (nothing worth merging), and this a trivial item. If somebody finds a source, then they should directly put the verifiable information into an appropriate high level article. Also, if we don't delete, but do a merge, I would do a disambig instead of a redirect. It's not clear to me that Broadmoor, California is actually "Broadmoor village". This makes me think Broadmoor, California is the "Township of Broadmoor", which is unit of government immediately below the county (separate from any city). However a place called "Broadmoor village" might be inside of Daly City, California, which is presumably close, but maybe not the same thing as the Township. Plus the Broadmoor, California doesn't say "Village" or "Township", but just "census designated" place, which could mean it's unicorporated. I don't know. So, I say just delete this article, and people can put proper info from proper sources in proper places when they have the time to do things properly. --Rob (User:Thivierr) 19:15, 4 January 2006 (UTC) *'''merge''' as above.--Marvin147 (User:Marvin147) 03:34, 5 January 2006 (UTC) '''Michael P. Guingona''' (born 1962), also known as '''Mike Guingona''', is a Filipino American who currently serves as a Council Member for the city of Daly City, California (pop. 104407). Previously, he had served as Mayor of Daly City, but was succeeded by Carol L. Klatt. He is an attorney in private practice. He was first elected as a Daly City Council member in 1993 and became the youngest mayor at age 33 in 1995. He has been elected City Council member three times. Full Biography for Michael Guingona www.smartvoter.org Retrieved 5 December, 2006. Olema was once thought to be the epicenter of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake due to the huge fault rifts still visible via a nearby hiking path. There are historical references to this in and around the town, including at shops and restaurants. However, more recent evidence suggests that a location near Daly City (Daly City, California) is more likely the epicenter. 1906 San Francisco earthquake FinalFourArena Cow Palace FinalFourCity Daly City (Daly City, California), California Champions Ohio State (1959-60 Ohio State Buckeyes men's basketball team) The '''1960 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament''' involved 25 schools playing in single-elimination (Single-elimination tournament) play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division I (Division I (NCAA)) college basketball in the United States. It began on March 7, 1960, and ended with the championship game on March 19 in Daly City (Daly City, California), California (immediately south of San Francisco). A total of 29 games were played, including a third place game in each region and a national third place game. - Finals Daly City (Daly City, California), California Host ''Pinagmulan'' is hosted by mayor of Daly City, California Mike Guingona. Guingona, a second generation (immigrant generations) Filipino-American who has worked for the last year and half on TFC's other hit show, ''CITIZEN PINOY''. The Gas Chamber Orchestra stopped performing regularly in 1996, after its members completed their MA (Master of Arts (postgraduate))s. Andrade died from undetermined natural causes on 2 March, 1996. Mark Grey is composer-in-residence at the Phoenix Symphony. Gary Singh writes for the San Jose Metro (Metro Silicon Valley). Ryan Torchia completed a Ph.D. in Music Composition from the University at Buffalo (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York) in 2005, and now works in Daly City, California as a tester for Digidesign. right thumb (image:Mussel_Rock.jpg) '''Mussel Rock''' is a rock formation (Rock formations in the United States) on the coast of San Mateo County, California, offshore from Daly City (Daly City, California). It consists of one large and numerous smaller rocks of a type known as a stack (Stack (geology)), where a headland is eroded unevenly, leaving small islands. Mossi was born in St. Helena, California, but grew up in Daly City (Daly City, California). Like many players from the San Francisco Bay Area, a region extremely popular with major league scouts at that time, Mossi was spotted at an early age and signed by the Cleveland Indians after leaving high school. In his early years in the minors Mossi experienced some control difficulties, but he eventually overcame these by altering his grip on the ball. In 2005, Leland Yee (w:Leland Yee) (余胤良), a California State Senator (w:California State Senate) (in District 8 which includes the western half of San Francisco (w:San Francisco) and most of San Mateo County (w:San Mateo County)), Speaker pro Tempore (w:Speaker pro Tempore) of the Assembly (D-San Francisco (w:San Francisco) Daly City (w:Daly City, California)), introduced California Assembly Bills 1792 & 1793 (w:California Assembly Bills 1792 & 1793) which barred "ultra-violent" video games from minor (w:minor (law))s under the age of eighteen (w:8 (number)) in California (w:California) and mandated the application of ESRB (w:Entertainment Software Rating Board) ratings for video games.
discover the secret at the "stomack" of Avas Hill. Here is a wonderful, long historical cellar, and you can take part in a guided tour and a complex wine tatsing program. - Duration: about 2 hours * WikiPedia:Miskolc Commons:Category:Miskolc
people, but there are still a lot of traces of old German culture (for example, every city in the oblast has an authentic name in German) which, along with the presence of modern Russian culture, makes it an interesting destination for travelers. Kaliningrad Oblast produces 90% of the world's amber. Talk The Russian language is spoken by more than 95% of Kaliningrad Oblast population. English is understood by many people. While German culture plays a long historical role in the region the language is spoken by few. Get in Visa As Kaliningrad is an exclave of the Russian Federation, almost all visitors require a Russian visa to enter. If you plan to travel overland between Kaliningrad and other parts of Russia, you will need at least a double-entry visa in order to exit and re-enter Russia. Travelling by air on domestic flights between Kaliningrad and Moscow or St. Petersburg can be done even with a single-entry visa. For more information about Russian visas, see the visa section on the Russia page (Russia#Visas). '''Special Kaliningrad visa:''' If you are ''only'' visiting Kaliningrad Oblast (and not the rest of Russia), you may be able to obtain a special Kaliningrad visa, provided that you fulfill all of the following requirements: * your stay in Kaliningrad is a maximum of 3 days * you are a citizen of a Schengen member state, the UK, or Japan * you enter and leave Russia at the border check points of Bagrationovsk, Mamonovo and or Khrabrovo Airport The visa costs €70 and it can not be issued for children (for them regular visa must be obtained from a Russian embassy). For more information on how to obtain the special Kaliningrad visa, visit the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs plane '''Khrabrovo Airport''' ( commons:Category:Kaliningrad Oblast WikiPedia:Kaliningrad Oblast Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative_Regions Kaliningradskaya_Oblast
needed reason reliable source needed for the whole sentence date May 2014 The steel components of the Sydney Harbour Bridge (1932) were engineered and fabricated by Dorman Long of Middlesbrough. The company was also responsible for the New Tyne Bridge (Tyne Bridge) in Newcastle (Newcastle-upon-Tyne).
Akbar (son of Humayun), the Shirani Pathan migrated to Kaligam (near Ahemdabad, Gujarat). At that time, the Nawab of Gujarat sent them to fight the Dodia Rajput near the Rajasthan-Gujarat border. The Shirani Pathan defeated Dodia Rajput in battle, and took over their land; they were called Shembher (or Summer), since they came from Samarkand.The peoples of Sherani district have long historical background. They also put up resistance to the British occupation. With the Russian Empire continuously advancing south in the course of two wars against Persia, and the treaties of Turkmanchai and Golestan in the western frontiers, plus the unexpected death of Abbas Mirza in 1823, and the murder of Persia's Grand Vizier (''Mirza AbolQasem Qa'im Maqām''), Persia lost its traditional foothold in Central Asia to the Russian Tsarist armies. '' Nasser Takmil Homayoun. ''Kharazm: What do I know about Iran?''. 2004. ISBN 964-379-023-1 p.78 '' The Russian armies occupied the Aral (Aral Sea) coast in 1849, Tashkent in 1864, Bukhara (Emirate of Bukhara) in 1867, Samarkand in 1868, and Khiva (Khanate of Khiva) and Amudarya in 1873. The Treaty of Akhal, in which the Qajarid's were forced to cede Khwarazm, topped off Persian losses to the global emerging power of Imperial Russia. Born in Georgia, then part of the Russian Empire, he graduated from the 3rd Alexander’s School (1887) and the General Staff Academy in St Petersburg (1894). The next ten years were spent in military work in various regions of the empire. He took part in the Russo-Japanese war (1904–1905) in the capacity of a chief of staff of the 6th Eastern Siberian Division. He served, from 9 November 1911 to 9 January 1914, a governor general of Samarkand and was moved afterwards as a chief of staff of the Turkestan Military District. Promoted to lieutenant general on 11 October 1914, he held various commanding posts in the 1st (1st Army (Russian Empire)) and 3rd armies (3rd Army (Russian Empire)) from November 1914 to the fall of 1917. On October 2, 1917 he was appointed the commander-in-chief of the Caucasus Army (Russian Caucasus Army (World War I)). In January 1918 he was in command at Erzurum. After the total collapse of the Tsarist (Tsarism) administration in the Caucasus, he resigned as a commander and helped to organize national Georgian divisions. In March 1918, he served as deputy minister of war for the Transcaucasian Transcaucasian Commissariat, but was sacked for his nationalistic sentiments. After Georgia (Georgia (country))’s declaration of independence (May 26, 1918), he held various important posts in the national armed forces and served as the commander-in-chief of army from the Fall of 1920 to February 1921. After the Soviet invasion of Georgia he was shot by the Bolsheviks. right frame Mírzá Abu'l-Fadl-i-Gulpáygání (Image:Abu'l-Fadl2.jpg) After his 1882 imprisonment, he began extensive travels throughout the Persian Empire, especially after he received letters from Bahá'u'lláh in 1886 asking him to travel to teach the Bahá'í Faith. It was principally through his writings that the Bahá'í Faith was presented to the Jews of Iran in such a way as to bring a large number of them into accepting Bahá'u'lláh. During his travels in Iran he visited Kashan, Isfahan (Isfahan (city)), Yazd and Tabriz. In 1888 and the three years thereafter he travelled to Ashgabat, Samarkand, and Bukhara. During his time in Ashgabat, Haji Muhammad Rida Isfahani, a prominent Bahá'í was assassinated; Abu'l-Fadl acted as the spokesman on behalf of the Bahá'í at the trial of the murders, and helped establish the independence of the Bahá'í Faith from Islam for the Russian government. In Samarkand, his teaching efforts allowed for the conversion of the first Afghan (Afghanistan) Bahá'í, Dr. `Ata'u'llah Khan. thumb left A page of Lu Yu (Image:Chajing.jpeg)'s '' Classic of Tea'' During the Tang, the many common foodstuffs and cooking ingredients in addition to those already listed were barley, garlic, salt, turnips, soybeans, pears, apricots, peaches, apples, pomegranates, jujubes, rhubarb, hazelnuts, pine nuts, chestnuts, walnuts, yam (yam (vegetable))s, taro, etc. Benn, 120. The various meats that were consumed included pork, chicken, lamb (Lamb (meat)) (especially preferred in the north), sea otter, bear (which was hard to catch, but there were recipes for steamed, boiled, and marinated bear), and even Bactrian camels. In the south along the coast meat from seafood was by default the most common, as the Chinese enjoyed eating cooked jellyfish with cinnamon, Sichuan pepper, cardamom, and ginger, as well as oysters with wine, fried squid with ginger and vinegar, horseshoe crabs and red crab (crab)s, shrimp, and pufferfish (Tetraodontidae), which the Chinese called 'river piglet'. Benn, 121. Some foods were also off-limits, as the Tang court encouraged people not to eat beef (since the bull was a valuable draft animal), and from 831 to 833 Emperor Wenzong of Tang even banned the slaughter of cattle on the grounds of his religious convictions to Buddhism. Benn, 125. From the trade overseas and over land, the Chinese acquired golden peaches from Samarkand, date palm (Date Palm)s, pistachios, and fig (ficus)s from Persia, pine seeds and ginseng roots from Korea, and mangoes from Southeast Asia. Benn, 123. Schafer, 1–2. In China, there was a great demand for sugar; during the reign of Harsha (r. 606–647) over North India, Indian envoys to Tang China brought two makers of sugar who successfully taught the Chinese how to cultivate sugarcane. Sen, 38–40. Adshead, 76, 83–84. Cotton also came from India as a finished product from Bengal, although it was during the Tang that the Chinese began to grow and process cotton, and by the Yuan Dynasty it became the prime textile fabric in China. Adshead, 83 With Imperial Russia continuously advancing south in the course of two wars against Persia, and the treaties of Turkmenchay and Gulistan in the western frontiers, plus the unexpected death of Abbas Mirza in 1823, and the murdering of Persia's Grand Vizier (Mirza AbolQasem Qa'im Maqām), many Central Asian khanates began losing hope for any support from Persia against the Tsarist armies. Homayoun, N. T. (Nasser Takmil Homayoun), ''Kharazm: What do I know about Iran?''. 2004. ISBN 964-379-023-1, p.78 The Russian armies occupied the Aral coast in 1849, Tashkent in 1864, Bukhara in 1867, Samarkand in 1868, and Khiva and Amudarya in 1873. Architectural and historical sights Samarkand with its Registan, Bibi-Khanym Mosque, Gur-Emir (Gur-e Amir) and Shah-i-Zinda, Bukhara with its Po-i-Kalyan Complex, Ark citadel, Samanid Mausoleum (Samanid mausoleum) and Lyabi Khauz Ensemble (Lyab-i Khauz), and of course Khiva with its intact inner city Ichan Kala (Itchan Kala), mosques, madrasahs, minarets, walls and gates are acknowledged sites of world tourism. Central Asia and the Middle East Haplogroup H has been found very rarely outside of the Indian subcontinent and the Romani populations, including approximately 12.5% (2 out of 16 individuals) H1-M52 in a sample of Tajiks (Tājik people) from Dushanbe, 6% (1 17) H1-M52 in a sample of Kurds (Kurdish people) from Turkmenistan, Commons:Category:Samarkand Wikipedia:Samarkand
of Austria Austria's nine provinces have long historical traditions predating the establishment of the Republic of Austria in 1918: Upper Austria, Lower Austria, Styria (Styria (state)), Carinthia (Carinthia (state)), Salzburg (Salzburg (state)), Tyrol (Tyrol (state)), and Vorarlberg. The provinces of Burgenland and Vienna were established after World War I. Most of Burgenland had been part of the Kingdom of Hungary, but it had a predominantly German language
immigrants in the 1800s. National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. "Straight From The "H" Files: The Hot Dog's True History", accessed January 29, 2011 In the United States, the hot dog bun's long historical mark is thought by some historians Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria
are in the right place. Most of the products and ingredients are organic, and radiation levels are constantly checked in the food to avoid contamination. ; "Take fresh aurochs, and if you do not have any, you can use the elk instead". : From an 18th-century Belarusian cookbook Modern Belarusian cookery is based on old national traditions, which have undergone a long historical evolution. But the main methods of traditional Belarusian cuisine are carefully kept by the people. Common in Belarusian cuisine were dishes made with potatoes, which are called "the second bread". The Belarusians bring fame to their beloved potato in their verses, songs and dances. There are special potato cafes in the country where you can try various potato dishes. Potato is included in many salads and it is served together with mushrooms and or meat; different ''pirazhki'' (patties) and baked puddings are made from it. The most popular among the Belarusians is traditional ''draniki'' (known as "latkes" to North Americans, but eaten only with sour cream, never apple sauce), thick pancakes prepared from shredded potatoes. The wide spread of potato dishes in Belarusian cuisine can be explained by natural climatic conditions of Belarus which are propitious for growing highly starched and tasty sorts of potatoes. Meat and meat products, especially pork and salted pork fat, play a major role in the diet of Belarusians. One of the people's proverbs says: "There is no fish more tasty than tench, and there is no meat better than pork". Salted pork fat is used slightly smoked and seasoned with onions and garlic. Pyachysta is one of the traditional holiday dishes. This is boiled, stewed or roasted sucking pig, fowl or large chunks of pork or beef. Dishes prepared from meat are usually served together with potatoes or vegetables such as carrot, cabbage, black radish, peas, etc. It is characteristic that many vegetable and meat dishes are prepared in special stoneware pots. Among dishes from fish, the Belarusians prefer yushka, galki and also baked or boiled river-fish without special seasonings. In general, the most common seasonings are onions, garlic, parsley, dill, caraway seeds and pepper; they are used very moderately in Belarusian cookery. The national dishes are hearty and tasty nonetheless. Among the fruit and vegetable choices are fresh, dried, salted and pickled mushrooms, and berries such as bilberry, wild strawberries, red whortleberry, raspberries, cranberries and some others. Of flour dishes, the most popular is zacirka. Pieces of specially prepared dough are boiled in water and then poured over with milk or garnished with salted pork fat. The Belarusians prefer to use whole milk, which affected some methods of making yoghurt and the so-called klinkovy cottage cheese. In Belarusian cuisine, milk is widely used for mixing in vegetable and flour dishes. '''Signature dishes''' *'''Draniki''' *'''Potato babka''' *'''Knish''' *'''Pyachysta''' *'''Zacirka''' Drink You can get soft drinks and (Czech) beer everywhere in Belarus. Typical non-alcoholic drinks include '''Kefir''', which is a sort of sour milk, similar to yogurt, '''Kvas''' and '''Kompot'''. '''Vodka''' (''harelka''), bitter herbal ''nastoikas'' (especially Belavezhskaja) and sweet balsams are the most common alcoholic drinks. '''Krambambula''' is a traditional medieval alcoholic drink which you can buy in most stores or order in a restaurant. It's a pretty strong drink but its taste is much softer than vodka. '''Medovukha''' (or Myadukha) is a honey-based alcoholic beverage very similar to mead. '''Sbiten''' is a combination of kvass (another common soft alcohol drink) with honey. '''Berezavik''' or '''biarozavy sok''' is a birch tree juice which is collected in March from small holes in birch tree trunks with no harm to the plants themselves. There are several variations of this very refreshing alcohol-free drink, which is a good thirst-quencher in hot weather. Sleep ''"Legal theft"''. Most hotels in Minsk are safe. However, be aware of the ''Belarusian trick''. Since Belarusians are very afraid of the authorities and thus of committing a crime, some corrupt hotels may practice a very annoying way of stealing, so called "legal theft" involving maids (often in conspiracy with the reception personnel). While cleaning your room (in your absence) they may '''hide''' your personal belongings in the most outrageous parts of your room, combining bizarre sets of items, such as a cellular phone with a piece of bread, a wallet with a cheap magazine or a pair of glasses (!). The trick is: if you miss them, the maid will come and collect them later, if you report the items missing (or find them by yourself) you won't be able to do a thing (since the items never left the room, it is not considered a theft). The personnel may also ridicule your allegation by pointing out why on earth they would want to hide some bread or a hotel magazine - they just accidentally tucked the items away while cleaning. Avoid such unpleasant situations by always locking your valuables in the hotel safe or at least taking them with you. Before checking out, always search the room thoroughly (wardrobes, cabinets, deep shelves, behind sofas and radiators). Learn Russian language courses at the Belarus State Economic University and the Minsk State Linguistic University safe Belarus has a moderate level of crime. Fortunately, crimes against foreigners are rare, though criminals have been known to use force if met with resistance from victims. Common street crime, such as mugging and pickpocketing, occurs most frequently near public transportation venues, near hotels frequented by foreigners, and or at night in poorly lit areas. In many areas, you should be especially alert in metro and bus stations, as criminals have a likely chance in attacking you. Avoid visiting night clubs and discothèques, as these are operated by criminal gangs willing to search for greater money, but street-level organized criminal violence is rare and does not generally affect expatriates. Cyber-crime of all kinds is well-developed in Belarus. Merchandise orders with fraudulent credit cards, ID theft, hacking blackmail schemes, and Nigerian-style advanced fee fraud are gaining in popularity. If you are doing business with persons or firms in Belarus electronically, you should proceed with extreme caution. Not only is electronic fraud common at ATMs and grocery stores, serious injuries have been inflicted during assaults at street-side ATMs. If you participate in a street demonstration with political banners, expect to be detained within minutes. How fast you get out (24 hours or 24 days) depends on your connections, your social status, etc. Westerners especially should avoid any political discussions, protests, etc., due to the government's keen opposition to dissenting views. Belarus is still largely a discriminatory society. Gay and lesbian travellers face widespread discrimination in Belarus, as do Jews. If you are in any of these categories, it is best not to travel to Belarus in the first place. Many demonstrations can be identified by seeing a red and white banner: a white background, with a strip of red going horizontally across in the centre, forming a white red white flag. If you see this flag, do your best to stay away from the demonstration. Security personnel may at times place you, as a foreigner, under surveillance; hotel rooms, telephones, and fax machines may be monitored, and personal possessions in hotel rooms may be searched. Taking photographs of anything that could be perceived as being of military or security interest may result in problems with authorities; these sites are not always clearly marked and the application of these restrictions is subject to interpretation. Visible and hidden dangers exist, including potholes, unlighted or poorly lighted streets, inattentive and dark-clothed pedestrians walking on unlighted roads, drivers and pedestrians under the influence of alcohol, and disregard for traffic rules. Driving in winter is especially dangerous because of ice and snow. Drivers are urged to exercise caution at all times. The KGB in Belarus has not changed its name since the days of the Soviet Union - it is still called the KGB, and its habits have probably not changed much either. Some ethnic Polish journalists and journalists with Polish citizenship had hassles with the authorities (ranging from being refused entry to a dozen or so days in prison) during 2005. If you have a Polish sounding name, you had better have good evidence that you're not a journalist. Belarus police organizations are well trained and professional, but severely restricted by an un-reformed Soviet-era legal system, corruption, and politicization of the police force and other government authorities. Due to low salaries, it is not uncommon for officers to collect bribes during traffic stops. Sophisticated criminal investigations are often inconclusive because of a lack of resources and or political will. Belarusians are extremely clumsy drivers. Stay healthy Historically, Belarus maintained an excellent health system, but when the Chernobyl disaster broke out, the medical care has damaged the system severely. Therefore, medical care in Belarus is neither modern nor easily accessible. Of significant note is that the system is only accessible for people who speak fluent Russian and Belarussian. Ambulances are poorly equipped and unreliable; a wait time of 30 minutes or more is not unusual. The fastest way to secure Western-level care is medical evacuation to the European Union. Tuberculosis (TB) is an increasingly serious health concern in Belarus. Consider consulting with a doctor about getting vaccinated before traveling to Belarus. In Belarus, there is a large institute with substantial funding for studying the food chain impact of the Chernobyl disaster, which happened in 1986 in a nuclear power plant on the Ukraine-Belarus border. In principle, food inspectors check food not only for bacterial contamination but also for radiation levels. Most food is considered ''safe'', except if sourced from the banned regions within Commons:Category:Belarus Wikipedia:Belarus Dmoz:Regional Europe Belarus
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