a welcome refreshment. Apart from the most famous gate at the Medina, the Bab Er Rih, you will find other gates from where you can have a splendid view around. One of them is the Bab Zitouna. * '''Ville Nouvelle''' - in the less touristic quarters in the Ville Nouvelle at Taza-Bas you will find mostly new buildings and little houses. Though the buildings are nothing extraordinary, you can sometimes find a house "in the making" and get an idea about construction works in Morocco
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for the Wounded Knee Creek which runs through the region. The bones and heart of the Sioux chief Crazy Horse were reputedly buried along this creek by his family following his death in 1877. The town lies within the Pine Ridge Reservation (Pine Ridge Indian Reservation), occupied by the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). Big Foot (Spotted Elk), also known as Spotted Elk, was a Miniconjou leader on the U.S. Army's list of "trouble-making" Indians. He was stopped while ''en
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citizens that they demanded his banning from the stage for making "treasonable statements". Kimmel, p. 159. Albany's drama critics were kinder, however, giving him rave reviews. One called him a genius, praising his acting for "never fail ing to delight with his masterly impressions". Smith, p. 86. As the Civil War raged across the divided land in 1862, Booth appeared mostly in Union (Union (American Civil War)) and Border
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, Manchester's Gay Village''; by Jon Atkin Retrieved on 13 September 2008 By the 1980s, James Anderton, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester, an Evangelical Christian, had accused gays of "swirling in a cesspit of their own making". According to Beatrix Campbell, a journalist for ''The Guardian'', Anderton "encouraged his officers to stalk its dank alleys and expose anyone caught in a clinch, while police motorboats