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Tifariti

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Cúcuta

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Campo Grande

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a stage for grand political events. It is the most traditional square of the city. * '''Praça Cuiabá''' * '''Praça of Araras (Av. João Rosa Pires with Dom Aquino)''' * '''Belmar Fidalgo Sporting Complex''' * '''Praça dos Imigrantes''' * '''Praça Oshiro Takamari''' - where the Aboriginal Fair functions * '''Praça da República''', Av. Afonso Pena. Containing a monument to Japanese immigration. * '''Praça Vilas-Boas''' - Known for its fish-like shape. Museums * WikiPedia:Campo Grande Dmoz:Regional South America Brazil States Mato Grosso do Sul Commons:Category:Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul)


Široki Brijeg

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Kaduna

birth_place Kaduna, Nigeria, Africa death_date DATE OF BIRTH 10 October 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Kaduna, Nigeria DATE OF DEATH Three of the founders of the ACD, Alhaji Lawal Kaita, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu and Audu Ogbeh, are former PDP politicians, and have complained of harassment and detention by the government since the ACD's founding. Advanced Congress Of Democrats (ACD) Address - Nairaland In March, ACD chair Alhaji Lawal Kaita, the former PDP governor of Kaduna state was detained shortly after a party rally was shut down by police in Dutse, Jigawa State. His secondary education at Holy Family College, Abak, was interrupted by the Nigerian Civil War. After the war, he studied at various schools, completing his education at Federal Government College, Enugu. He joined the Nigerian Air Force and undertook basic military training at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna. On graduation he was assigned to the Flying Wing of Nigeria Air Force Base, Kaduna, for primary flying training, and then went to the United Kingdom for further training at the College of Air Training, Hamble (Hamble-le-Rice). Emmanuel Ukaegbu was commissioned to the rank of pilot officer, and shortly after went to the United States for courses in San Antonio, Texas, Sacramento, California, and Little Rock, Arkansas.


Huambo

Grasping The Nettle: Analyzing Cases Of Intractable Conflict page 213 with Holden Roberto and Jonas Savimbi as co-presidents and José Ndelé and Johnny Pinnock Eduardo as co-Prime Ministers. Then, in a series of stunning victories, UNITA regained control over Caxito


Tangshan

). This also occurs in the middle syllables of compound words consisting of 3 or more syllables. For example, the famous restaurant 'Gou Bu Li' (狗不理) in Tianjin is pronounced as 'Gourbli' (Gǒubùlǐ → Gǒurblǐ). 'Do not know' 不知道 (Bu Zhi Dao) is pronounced as 'Burdao' (Bùzhīdào → Bùrdào). The street 'Da Shan Lan' (大栅栏) in Beijing South City is pronounced as 'Da Shi


Uzhhorod

church was established in Subcarpathia, in a ceremony held in the Uzhhorod castle by the Vatican (Vatican City) Aegis. In 1707 Uzhhorod was the residence of Ferenc II Rákóczi, leader of the national-liberation war of Hungarians against Vienna. The beginning of the 19th century was characterized by economic changes, including the first factories in the city. The greatest influence on Uzhhorod among the political events of the 19th century was made by the Hungarian Revolution of 1848-1849, during which the native Hungarian nobility sought both get free of the Austrian Empire and to assert their right to dominate all other peoples of Hungary. 27 March 1848 was officially celebrated in the city as the overthrow of the monarchy in Hungary. In 1872 the first railway line opened, linking the city to the important railway junction of Chop (Chop, Ukraine). Twentieth century According to the 1910 census, the city had 16,919 inhabitants, of which 13,590 (80.3%) were Magyars, 1,219 (7.2%) Slovaks, 1,151 (6.8%) Germans, 641 (3.8%) Rusyns and 1.6% Czechs (Czech people). Atlas and Gazetteer of Historic Hungary 1914, Talma Kiadó In the same time, the municipal area of the city had a population composed of 10,541 (39.05%) Hungarians, 9,908 (36.71%) Slovaks, and 5,520 (20.45%) Rusyns. Wikipedia:Uzhhorod Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Zakarpattia_Oblast Uzhhorod commons:Uzhhorod


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