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Kayes

Kita , Sikasso, Mopti). Part of the manifestation are literary workshops, literary cafés (Coffeehouse (event)) and meetings on various topics: "Culture and commerce: defending cultural diversity" or "Literature and development: new perspectives". Several writers are invited: Kangni Alem (Togo), Florent Koua-Zotti (Benin), Abdourahman Waberi (Djibouti), Abdelkader Djemai (Algeria), Alpha Mandé Diarra (Mali) and Abdoulaye


Oryol Oblast

on the direction of the bellowswork. Examples of unisoniric type are '''livenka''' (ливенка, after Livny, Oryol Oblast) and '''Khromka''' ( , after Tula (Tula, Russia)) and '''talyanka''' (тальянка, "Italian (Culture of Italy)") Biography Little information is available about Ivan Bolotnikov’s life before the uprising. It is known


Meizhou

in 1988. Meizhou is now a noted historical and cultural city. Geography Meizhou is located in the northeast of Guangdong Province, bordering Fujian Province in the northeast and Jiangxi Province in the northwest


Ségou

;Astonishing travellers"), led by Moussa Konaté and Michel Le Bris took place from 7 to 13 February 2005 in Mali, in the capital Bamako and several other cities of the country (Gao, Kidal, Koulikoro, Ségou, Timbuktu, Kayes, Kita (Kita, Mali), Sikasso, Mopti). Part of the manifestation are literary workshops, literary cafés (Coffeehouse (event)) and meetings on various topics: "Culture and commerce: defending cultural diversity"


Mopti

Bamako and several other cities of the country (Gao, Kidal, Koulikoro, Ségou, Timbuktu, Kayes, Kita (Kita, Mali), Sikasso, Mopti). Part of the manifestation are literary workshops, literary cafés (Coffeehouse (event)) and meetings on various topics: "Culture and commerce: defending cultural diversity" or "Literature and development: new perspectives". Several writers are invited: Kangni Alem (Togo), Florent Koua-Zotti ( Benin


Cirebon

courts rivalled those of Central Java. thumb right 90px The coat of arms of Cirebon during the Dutch colonial era. (File:Coat of arms of Cirebon.png) During the time of the Dutch "Culture System" a flourishing trade in colonial cash crops attracted many Chinese entrepreneurs and the Chinese influence is still evident in the batik for which Cirebon is famous. ref name "Turner 229" >


Srebrenica

was subjected to indiscriminate shelling from all directions on a daily basis. Potočari in particular was a daily target for Serb artillery and infantry because it was a sensitive point in the defence line around Srebrenica. Other Bosnian Muslim settlements were routinely attacked as well. All this resulted in a great number of refugees and casualties." Culture *Sase Monastery, Serbian Orthodox monastery Notable people *Naser Orić, military officer *Emir Suljagić, author


Tula, Russia

of unisoniric type are '''livenka''' (ливенка, after Livny, Oryol Oblast) and '''Khromka''' ( , after Tula (Tula, Russia)) and '''talyanka''' (тальянка, "Italian (Culture of Italy)") thumb Russian Khromka, made in the Tula musical factory in the XX century. (File:Russkaya garmon.jpg) '''Khromka''' (


Sulaymaniyah

working for the BBC wrote about Sulaymaniyah's distinct culture: "Culture is hugely important to the Kurdish people, especially in Sulaymaniyah, but there is a strong pull to the west--modernisation and consumerism--driven perhaps by the satellite televisions they have had access to since they started running their own affairs...And at the university, students mill around the campus, chattering with each other and doing some last-minute cramming for their exams. The war only stopped lectures


Fort Wayne, Indiana

; Defense publisher Fort Wayne–Allen County Economic Development Alliance accessdate 2012-12-29 As northeastern Indiana's cultural hub, Fort Wayne is home to 15 museums and art galleries, two daily newspapers, Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra philharmonic

orchestra , botanical conservatory (Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory), zoo (Fort Wayne Children's Zoo), convention center (Grand Wayne Convention Center), three minor league sports franchises and an NCAA Division I (Division I (NCAA)) member school (IPFW Mastodons), and 86 public parks. The city is home to the fifth-largest public university in Indiana,

can't back up old moniker work The Journal Gazette Today, there are 360 churches in the city. 54 percent of Fort Wayne residents identify as religious, slightly above the national average of 49 percent. 16 percent are Catholic, 9 percent are Lutheran, 6.5 percent are Baptist (Baptists), 5 percent are Methodist (Methodism), and 0.14 percent are Jewish (Judaism), with 16.5 percent adhering to other Christian (Christianity) faiths. ref


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