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Gabriola Island

-1980s, the population was 2,000, half the current figure. In summer, the island's population greatly increases. Even in the first half of the 20th century, families came from Nanaimo or Vancouver to spend weeks or months living a simpler, rural life on the island. In the 21st century, about come to Gabriola each year for the sun, music, art, and relaxed pace, and they raise the population temporarily to about 6,000. Apart from farming, Gabriola


Enontekiö

. It continues the old Sami tradition of meeting in the church village on special holidays. Today, Mary's Days include performances of Sami music, art exhibitions, contests of riding a reindeer sleigh and roping. At Easter, a church and chamber music festival, the Music Days of Hetta (''Hetan musiikkipäivät''), is held in Enontekiö. From the end of April to the beginning of May, a contest of ice fishing (''Kilpisjärven pilkkiviikot'') attracts fishermen. In late summer, a tournament


Roseville, Minnesota

date accessdate 2010-08-18 He grew up in Roseville, Minnesota and attended Ramsey High School (Roseville Area High School). As a child, Anderson's dream of becoming a professional hockey player ended when he broke both his arms. Anderson developed an early interest in music, art and acting. For a short time he tried to become a jazz musician. '''Northwestern College''' is a private Christian college located in Roseville, Minnesota


Brockville

commercial boating facilities are each about a half-day boat-trip away (at displacement speeds), downstream at Prescott, Ontario and upstream at Rockport, Ontario. So, many boaters come to Brockville during their boating vacations, to re-fuel, have repairs done, and re-provision, before casting off again for home. Culture left thumb Broad Street in Brockville (File:Brockville Broad St.JPG) The city has several music, art and dance organizations, such as Brockville Artists Studio


Kamianets-Podilskyi

of the Smotrych River have also brought tourists. Since the late 1990s, the city has grown into one of the chief tourist (tourism) centers of western Ukraine (Ukraine). Annual Cossack (Cossacks) Games (''Kozatski zabavy'') and festivals, which include the open ballooning (Hot air ballooning) championship of Ukraine, car racing and various music, art and drama activities, attract an estimated 140,000 tourists and stimulate the local economy. More than a dozen privately owned


Khartoum

-6PM to enjoy Tuti in the early 7evening. * A Nile cruise, several boats moored by Tuti Bridge are available for cruises. A cruise on some of the smaller boats can cost you as little as 15 SDG. Cultural centers * '''Centre Culturel Français'''. Downtown, Ali Dinar St. Offers French courses, Sudanese Arabic courses, a library and cultural events (music, art, literature, conferences, movies). Ask for the program at: info@ccfkrt.org. * '''Goethe Institute'''. Downtown, Al Mak Nimir St

. Offers German courses, cultural events (music, art, literature, conferences, movies). Ask for the program at: info@khartum.goethe.org or http: www.goethe.de khartum. * '''British Council'''. Downtown, Abu Sinn St. Offers English courses, cultural events (music, art, literature, conferences, movies). Ask for the program at: info@sd.britishcouncil.org or http: www.britishcouncil.org africa-sd-contact-us.htm. * '''Iranian Cultural Center'''. Al Amarat, corner of Airport Rd and St 27


Tver

in Leningrad Biography ) was a Soviet historian and archaeologist, who came to be recognized as the founding father of modern Khazar studies. Volchkova was born in Tver, Russia, in 1970. There she took degrees in chemistry, music, art, art restoration, and icon painting. She worked as a restorer and curator in the Tver Art Museum


Veliko Tarnovo

;Bacho Kiro". The schools educate students from ages 6 to 14. The subjects are Bulgarian language, math, biology, chemistry, physics, music, art, and others. The most popular sports include football, volleyball, basketball and handball, among others. Beginning with their first class, children learn English (English language), and after four years they can study languages such as Russian (Russian language), French (French language), German


Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

curriculum which bans the teaching of art, music, national history, literature and Christianity. Although Charles Darwin's theory of evolution has never been taught in Iraqi schools, the subject has been banned from the school curriculum. Patriotic songs have been declared blasphemous, and orders have been given to remove certain pictures from school textbooks.

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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

music, art, festivals, films and educational programming throughout the year. http: www.steelstacks.org history It is located in the backdrop of the blast furnaces of the former Bethlehem Steel plant. City parks Bethlehem owns 39 park sites, encompassing . Among the city's parks are Buchannan Park, Elmwood Park, Illick's Mill Park, Johnston Park, Monocacy Park, Rockland Park, Rose Garden, Sand Island, Saucon Park, Sell Field, South


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