donkey stew), along with some Dai and Chinese favorites. The cafe can organize guides and all kinds of tickets. The owner is an interesting French guy called Greg with a bredth of historical knowledge and strong political views. *
reflected Levski’s ideas that the centre of revolutionary activity be transferred from the Bulgarian emigrant circles in Romania to Bulgaria proper. In 1871, Levski prepared the Charter of the organisation in the spirit of his own political views: liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottomans (Ottoman Empire) through a nation-wide revolution and establishment of the country as a democratic republic with guarantees for the equality of all of its citizens regardless of their ethnicity or religion. Troyan was named a town in 1868, when it developed as a craft center for the region. After the liberation it grows slowly. A spark in the town growth was the creation of a small water electrical plant and textile factories. In 1948, the town was connected to the railway Lovech – Levski – Svishtov. Later in time factories producing electrical motors, electrotechnical products, building machines, wool and furniture developed in the town. left thumb 250px Bulgarian School in Krushevo (Image:Krushevo school.JPG) (1910) Until the Balkan Wars 1912 1913, the Bulgarian Exarchate disposed of a total of 23 bishoprics in Bulgaria, most of the Torlaks-populated area (in 1878 partly ceded by the Ottoman Empire to Serbia) and Macedonia: Vidin, Vratsa, Nish (Niš) (till 1878), Lovech, Veliko Tarnovo, Rousse, Silistra, Varna, Preslav, Sliven, Stara Zagora, Pirot (till 1878), Plovdiv, Sofia, Samokov, Kyustendil, Skopje, Debar, Bitola, Ohrid, Veles (Veles (city)), Strumitsa and Nevrokop; also it was represented by acting chairmen in charge in eight other bishoprics in Macedonia (Macedonia (region)) and the Adrianople Vilayet (Lerin Florina , Voden Edessa (Edessa, Greece) , Kostur Kastoria , Solun Thessaloniki , Kukush Kilkis , Syar Serres , Odrin Adrianople and Xanthi). In 1960 he was elected Metropolitan of Lovech on October 30, 1960, and during this time, despite the atmosphere of persecution under Todor Zhivkov
thumb left upright Hubbard in 1857. Born in 1836 in Troy, New York, and orphaned at ten, Hubbard first worked as a tinsmith in the east and then in Chicago. At age 21 he moved to Red Wing, Minnesota with an old hand-operated printing press and some type; within two months, he was publisher and editor of the ''Red Wing Republican'', in which he promoted his strong political views. thumb 300px right Maiden Rock (Image:Maiden Rock.jpg)'''Maiden Rock''' is a village in Pierce
with a doctorate in theology from the University of Graz in 1905. He was friends with Janez Evangelist Krek and adopted his political views. '''Saint Victorinus of Pettau''' or of '''Poetovio''' (died 303 or 304) was a Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) ecclesiastical writer who flourished about 270, and who was martyred during the persecutions of Emperor Diocletian. A Bishop of Poetovio (modern Ptuj in Slovenia; ) in Pannonia, Victorinus is also
;ref Foccart was an initiator of what would become known as the ''Françafrique'', a term borrowed from Félix Houphouët-Boigny, president of Côte d'Ivoire, by François-Xavier Verschave. This expression would survive until François Mitterrand's 1981 election (French presidential election, 1981) and the first socialist (French Socialist Party) government of the Fifth Republic (French Fifth Republic) (founded in 1958), in particular with Mitterrand's son, Jean-Christophe (Jean-Christophe Mitterrand), nicknamed "Papamadi" ("Papa-told-me"). A century after Napoleon III's reign, new housing needs and the rise of a new voluntarist Fifth Republic (French Fifth Republic) opened a new era of Parisian urbanism. The new era rejected Haussmannian ideas as a whole to embrace those represented by architects such as Le Corbusier in abandoning unbroken street-side facades, limitations in building size and dimension, and even closing the street itself to automobiles with the creation of separated, car-free spaces between the buildings for pedestrians. This new model was quickly brought into question by the 1970s, a period marked a rediscovery of the Haussmann heritage: a new promotion of the multifunctional street was accompanied by limitations in the building model and, in certain quarters, by an attempt to rediscover the architectural homogeneity of the Second Empire (Second French Empire) street-block. '''Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (w:Valéry Giscard d'Estaing)''' (born 2 February 1926) is a French (w:France) centre (w:centrism)-right (w:conservatism) politician who was President (w:President of France) of the French Republic (w:French Fifth Republic) from 1974 until 1981. He is a member of the Constitutional Council of France (w:Constitutional Council of France).
and adventurous disposition of her appointed successor, Charles X Gustav. The chancellor changed his mind about Charles Gustav, and decided to give Christina the help she needed to go through with her abdication. A couple of months after the ascent of the new king, Oxenstierna died. Chancellor Oxenstierna soon discovered that Christina held differing political views from his own. In 1645 he
in length, it is one of the longest public piers on the West Coast (West Coast of the United States). (The longest is Oceanside Pier at 1,942 feet). It has been damaged or destroyed four times; in 1912, 1939, 1983 and most recently on January 17, 1988 destroying the End Cafe for the second time in the decade. '''Clayton ("Clay") Evans''' (born October 28, 1953 in El Bagic, Colombia) is a former medley (Medley swimming) swimmer from Canada, who was born in South America to Canadian parents. He moved to Huntington Beach, California at age fifteen and was recruited by UCLA on a swimming and water polo scholarship. Before entering UCLA, Evans represented Canada in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.