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Vlorë

. thumb 175px right University of Vlora Flag (File:Univlora flag.jpg) In addition, University of Vlora has excellent programs in naval engineering and navigation. Studying the Bay of Vlora has been one of the main projects of the navigation department in the last few years. The Bay of Vlora is an important place in world history with important events such as Caesar's battles, medieval times, World War I, and World War II, etc. In the bay is one of the oldest military naval bases in the world which continues to be used to this day. The Naval Base of Pashaliman was the only Russian base in the Mediterranean in the 1950s, and was the hot spot of conflict between the Russians and the Albanians in 1961 when Albania pulled out of the Warsaw Treaty (Warsaw Pact). The Department of Navigation is mapping all the ships sunk in the bay area, and is doing research in the area of marine archeology in the ancient town of Orikum (Oricum). Researchers from UV participate in congresses and conferences all over the world. UV has joint projects and exchange programs with some of the best universities in the world and very actively is trying to expand further such programs. UV has taken the lead in all Albanian institutions to increase active cooperation with western universities and to have research as its first priority. Besides the state university there are two private universities: Universiteti Pavarësia Vlorë, established in 2009; and Akademia e Studimeve të Aplikuara "Reald", which started as primary school and high school, and since 2011 operates also as a university. WikiPedia:Vlorë Commons:Category:Vlora


Washington State Department of Transportation

SR 526 (Washington State Route 526) SR 527 (Washington State Route 527) interchange to the I-5 US 2 (U.S. Route 2 in Washington) SR 529 Spur (Washington State Route 529 Spur) interchange. State Route 512 (Washington State Route 512). There are more than 17 stores and more are being built. A Marshalls (w:Marshalls), Boston's Gourmet Pizza (w:Boston Pizza), Mongolian Grill, Discount Tire (w:Discount Tire), and others are yet to open. The Washington State Department of Transportation (w:Washington State Department of Transportation) say this could cause more traffic problems. The intersection of Washington State Route 531 (w:Washington State Route 531) and 27th Avenue (only way in and out) is "crowded and tight". Twin Lakes is now inaccessible because of the traffic.


Novosibirsk

(RHIC), which collides heavy ions such as gold ions and polarized protons. It is the world's first heavy ion collider, and the world's only polarized proton collider. *Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Novosibirsk, Russia). Its main projects are now the electron-positron colliders (Collider) VEPP-2000, operated since 2006, and VEPP-4, started experiments in 1994. Earlier facilities include the first electron


Cali

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Doha

, most notably at Education City. Education City is one of the main projects of the non-profit organization Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development. It has also launched the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), a global forum that brings together education stakeholders, opinion leaders and decision makers from all over the world to discuss educational issues. The first edition was held in Doha, Qatar from November 16 to 18, 2009. A key player in the educational field in Qatar is the Supreme Council of Communication and Information Technology ictQATAR. Through its e-education program, ictQATAR is bringing together the power of education and ICT in Qatar. Doha is also home to many international schools established for its expatriate communities, with dozens of different private schools currently operating in the city, such as: '''Schools within and around Doha:''' *Bangladesh M.H.M High School & College, Doha-Qatar *Birla Public School *Compass International School *DeBakey High School for Health Professions at Qatar *Doha British School *Doha College * Doha English Speaking School *Doha Modern Indian School *DPS-Modern Indian School, Doha-Qatar *International Academic Society (International Academic Society, Doha) *Ideal Indian School *International School of London in Qatar *Lebanese School * Lycée Bonaparte *M.E.S Indian school *Modern English School - Doha *Newton International School *Pakistan Education Centre *Philippine School Doha *Qatar Academy *Qatar Canadian School *Qatar International School *Qatar Leadership Academy, Al Khor *SBS & SRS Complex of Iranian School *Shantiniketan Indian School (Wakra) *The American School of Doha *The Cambridge School, Doha, Qatar *International School of Choueifat *Stafford Sri Lankan School *Qatar Academy Sidra '''Universities colleges within Education City:''' ''(See Education City)'' * Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar * Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar * HEC Paris * Northwestern University in Qatar * Texas A&M University at Qatar * UCL Qatar UCL Qatar * Virginia Commonwealth University * Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar '''Other Universities colleges around Doha:''' * CHN University * College of the North Atlantic * Qatar University * University of Calgary Sports Doha is home to a number of sports stadiums, many of which were renovated in preparation for the 15th Asian Games (2006 Asian Games), held in December 2006, which Doha spent $2.8 billion for preparation. Doha also hosted the 3rd West Asian Games (West Asian Games) in December 2005. Doha is also expected to host the 2011 Asian Indoor Games; Doha was also host the finals for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. Qatar is aiming to be the region's sports capital. Qatar is expected to host 2022 Fifa World Cup. Sports venues in Doha and its suburbs include: * Hamad bin Khalifa Stadium (Al-Ahly Stadium) – Al-Ahly Stadium * Thani bin Jassim Stadium (Al-Gharrafa Stadium) – Al-Gharrafa Stadium * Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium (Al Sadd Stadium) (Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium) *Al Rayyan Stadium (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium)- Ahmed bin Ali Stadium * Al-Arabi Stadium (Grand Hamad Stadium) – Grand Hamad Stadium * Hamad Aquatic Centre * Khalifa International Stadium – Main venue for the 2006 Asian Games. * Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex * Qatar Sports Club Stadium (Qatar SC Stadium) ASPIRE Academy (ASPIRE Academy for Sports Excellence), launched in 2004, is a sports academy which aims to create world-class athletes. It is situated in the Doha Sports City Complex, which also includes the Khalifa International Stadium, the Hamad Aquatic Centre and the Aspire Tower. The MotoGP motorcycling grand prix of Doha is held annually at Losail International Circuit, located just north of the city. Doha is also the location of the Grand Prix of Qatar for the F1 Powerboat World Championship, hosting a round annually out in the bay which the city overlooks. Under-construction stadiums sport facilities: * The Wall Stadium WikiPedia:Doha Commons:Doha


Buenos Aires

near Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he died of a brain aneurysm in 1989. DATE OF DEATH 1989-4-30 PLACE OF DEATH Buenos Aires, Argentina '''Nicolás Remigio Aurelio Avellaneda Silva''' (October 3, 1837 – 24 November 1885) was an Argentine (Argentina) politician and journalist, and president of Argentina from 1874 to 1880. Avellaneda's main projects while in office were banking and education reform, leading to Argentina's economic growth. The most important events of his government were the Conquest of the Desert and the transformation of the City of Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires) into a federal district. Mendelevich, p. 51 The '''Plaza de Mayo''' ( Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Argentina

assumed the office of Governor, and remains the longest-serving Secretary of State in Arizonan history. Arizona Secretaries of State Since Statehood '''Nicolás Remigio Aurelio Avellaneda Silva''' (October 3, 1837 – 24 November 1885) was an Argentine (Argentina) politician and journalist, and president of Argentina from 1874 to 1880. Avellaneda's main projects while in office were banking and education reform, leading to Argentina's economic growth. The most important events of his government were the Conquest of the Desert and the transformation of the City of Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires) into a federal district. Mendelevich, p. 51 South America * '''Argentina''' - Nicolás Avellaneda, President of Argentina (1874–1880) * '''Bolivia''' - South America * '''Argentina''' - Nicolás Avellaneda, President of Argentina (1874–1880) * '''Bolivia''' - Tomás Frías Ametller, President of Bolivia (1874–1876) The show began airing its eighth season on June 10, 2010. As of its seventh season, it became Showtime's longest running series. The Amateur Scientist: Inside the Amateur Scientist Studio: Michael Goudeau Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


Switzerland

variations, the western and northern part have a few million people, while eastern half has about 1.3 billion. The vast majority of China's population lives in the fertile plains of the east. !-- *Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Novosibirsk, Russia). Its main projects are now the electron-positron colliders (Collider) VEPP-2000, operated since 2006, and VEPP-4, started experiments in 1994. Earlier facilities


Russia

. *Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Novosibirsk, Russia). Its main projects are now the electron-positron colliders (Collider) VEPP-2000, operated since 2006, and VEPP-4, started experiments in 1994. Earlier facilities include the first electron-electron beam-beam collider VEP-1, which conducted experiments from 1964 to 1968; the electron-positron colliders (Collider) VEPP-2, operated from 1965 to 1974; and its


France

* March 16 – King Haakon VI Magnusson of Norway designates the city of Skien as a city with trading privileges, making it the 6th town with city status in the country. * May 28 – The Jacquerie: A peasant rebellion begins in France during the Hundred Year's War, which consumes the Beauvais and allies with Etienne Marcel's seizure of Paris. * June 27 – The Republic of Ragusa is founded. January–December * March 14 – Pedro of Castile loses the Battle of Montiel to an alliance between the French (France) and his half-brother Henry II (Henry II of Castile). * May – King Charles V of France renounces the Treaty of Brétigny and war is declared between France and England. The French recapture most of Aquitaine. * May – Owain Lawgoch makes a second attempt to take the throne of Wales. Whilst attacking the island of Guernsey, he abandons the invasion in order to fight for France at La Rochelle. * June 22 – Battle of La Rochelle: The French (France) and the Castilians (Crown of Castile) defeat the English (England). The French gain control of the English Channel for the first time since 1340. * Heirin-ji Temple is built near Tokyo. * Hundred Years' War: The English (England), weakened by the plague, lose so much ground to the French (France) that they agree to sign the Treaty of Bruges (Treaty of Bruges (1375)), leaving them with only the coastal towns of Calais, Bordeaux and Bayonne. * Petru I (Petru I of Moldavia) succeeds his father, Costea (Costea of Moldavia), as ruler of Moldavia (now Moldova & eastern Romania). January–December * March – The peace treaty between England and France is extended until April of 1377. * March 31 – Pope Gregory XI excommunicates all members of the government of Florence and places the city under an interdict. * The Timurid (Timurid dynasty) Empire raids (Timur's invasions of Georgia) Georgia (Georgia (country)) and takes King Bagrat V (Bagrat V of Georgia) prisoner. Bagrat is subsequently freed by an army led by his son, George (George VII of Georgia). * Hundred Years War – Battle of Margate: The English (England) defeat an invading French (France) and Castilian (Crown of Castile) naval force. * The Venetians (Republic of Venice) take control of the island of Corfu. In 1772, a French (France) expedition led by Louis Aleno de St Aloüarn, became the first Europeans to formally claim sovereignty over the Western Australia west


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