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Opatija

to stardom. By winning at the Opatija festival with song "Gori vatra" written by Kemal Monteno, Čolić got to represent SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) at the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest (Eurovision Song Contest 1973) on 7 April 1973 in Luxembourg (Luxembourg (city)). The song placed poorly, but became a massive hit at home. death_date death_place Opatija, Austria-Hungary


Goryeo

and Tsushima (Tsushima Island), they engulfed coastal regions of the southern half of Goryeo. Between 1376 and 1385, no fewer than 174 instances of pirate raids were recorded in Korea. However when Josean was founded in Korea, ''wakō'' took a massive hit in one of their main homeland of Tsushima during the Oei Invasion. ''Wakō'' activity ended for the most part in the 1580s with its interdiction by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. After crossing the Aprok River (Yalu River), the Liao Dynasty Khitan


Kathmandu

at Defence Club and Arts Council Karachi, in Karachi. Followed by performing live in the capital city of the state Andhra Pradesh, in Hyderabad, India. On December 15, Jal performed live in front of a crowd of 15, 000 audiences at Tundikhel for the first time in Kathmandu, Nepal. The band opened their act by performing "Teri Yaad", followed by the massive hit "Lamhay" and also performing many cover songs like "Lal Meri Pat". http


Cameroon

Dave Marsh wrote that it was "the only African record by an African" to crack the top 40. At one point there were nine different versions of the song in the Billboard chart. It became "a massive hit" internationally as well. Freshwater butterflyfish are found in the slightly acidic standing bodies of water in West Africa. They require a year round temperature


Kingston upon Hull

, New Model Army (New Model Army (band)), Soft Cell, Chumbawamba, The Wedding Present and The Mission (The Mission (band)). WikiPedia:Kingston upon Hull Commons:Category:Kingston upon Hull


Wellington

from the end of the Manawatu Gorge. Intercity routes are operated by Intercity (Intercity (New Zealand)) and Nakedbus (Nakedbus.com). Intercity's routes run south (to Wellington), north (towards Auckland, via Wanganui, Rotorua and Taupo, or Napier (Napier, New Zealand)) and east (to Masterton) from a terminus at the intersection of Main and Pitt Sts. Naked Bus runs from outside the iSite in The Square. On 29 June the armed constabulary began arresting the ploughmen. Large squads pounced on the ploughing parties, who offered no resistance. Dozens a day were arrested, but their places were immediately taken by others who had travelled from as far away as Waikanae. Te Whiti directed that those of the greatest ''mana'', or prestige, should be the first to put their hands to the ploughshares, so among the first arrested were the prominent figures Titokowaru, Te Iki and Matakatea. As Taranaki jails became full, ploughmen were sent to the Mt Cook barracks in Wellington. By August 200 prisoners had been taken. Scott's book refers to a total of about 400 Māori were arrested in the ploughing and fencing campaigns. The Waitangi Tribunal, at section 8.13 of its Taranaki report, claims more than 420 ploughmen were imprisoned by the end of 1879 and that 216 fencers were arrested


Auckland

½ times platinum), a figure not exceeded in New Zealand as of 2011. The earliest electronica in New Zealand came out of Auckland and Wellington in the early 1980s. Wellington's The Body Electric (The Body Electric (band)), formed out of the punk band, The Steroids, had a massive hit with Pulsing which, without airplay beyond student stations, spent four months in the national Top 50. death_date


Lahore

with the release of their song "Aadat", which was a massive hit in Pakistan topping all local music charts. Early years (1998-2001) Goher Mumtaz and Atif Aslam met each other while the latter was studying at the PAF College in Lahore, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)), Pakistan, in 1998. Jal the band Retrieved


East Germany

austere travel restrictions and the Berlin Wall. The title track "Über sieben Brücken mußt Du geh'n" ("You Must Cross Seven Bridges") is still the band's best-known song. Its deeply moving personal reflection introduced Karat to audiences outside of East Germany, especially when West German singer Peter Maffay recorded a cover version of it that became a massive hit for him in 1980. Early years in the GDR Thierse was born in Breslau ( Wrocław


Ghana

In the early 1980s, he debuted on the highlife scene with his massive hit "Yeeye Aka Akwantuo Mu" with Nana Acheampong. http: www.ghanaweb.com GhanaHomePage NewsArchive artikel.php?ID 173648 He has been consistent with the release of multiple-hit albums since then and has established himself as one of Ghana's most popular singers of his genre, Highlife. '''Bunkpurugu''' is a town in the Northern Region (Ghana) Northern Region


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