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Quezon City

. Notable secondary public schools (State school) include Philippine Science High School Main Campus, Quezon City Science High School, Commonwealth High School, Ernesto Rondon High School, Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Science-Technology High School, Batasan Hills National High School, and the University of the Philippines Integrated School. Sectarian schools (Parochial school) such as the Catholic schools like Angelicum College, Colegio de San Lorenzo, Holy Family School

, Philippine Science High School Main Campus, Quezon City Science High School, the regional science high school in NCR, St. Mary's College of Quezon City, Quezon City High School, Don Alejandro Roces Science and Technology High School among others. At the center of Diliman lies the Quezon Memorial Circle, where the late President Manuel L. Quezon (Manuel L. Quezon) is interred. Around the monument is the two-kilometer Quezon Memorial Circle, also known as the Elliptical Road (R-7 C-5) (Elliptical Road). The Quezon City Hall (Quezon City Hall Complex), one of the tallest city halls in the country, is located along the Circle. Surrounding the city hall are spacious parks and open areas. The head offices of some national government agencies are located in Diliman. Near the Circle are many important health centers and institutions. Along East Avenue stand the Philippine Heart Center, the East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC), the National Kidney and Transplant Institute, and the Philippine Mental Health Association. Connecting with East Avenue is Victoriano Luna Avenue where the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center is located. Along North Avenue is the Veterans Memorial Medical Center (VMMC) and the Philippine Medical Association. The Philippine Children's Medical Center and Lung Center of the Philippines are located along Quezon Avenue (R-7) (Quezon Avenue). Diliman is also home to the headquarters of most of the country's national television networks, most notably ABS-CBN, the first and largest television network in the country. WikiPedia:Quezon City Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region Quezon City Commons:Category:Quezon City

Batangas City

and Sulu and from the eastern periphery of Surigao Province to the western international boundary of Palawan. The city is in the center of Region IV, at the heart of Batangas Province. City location Retrieved 2012-01-24. Lipa City is a recreational, religious, commercial, industrial and educational center. Attractions include the Hotel la Corona de Lipa, Nestle Philippines, Lipa City Science High School, Canossa Academy

Naga, Camarines Sur

, the National Historical Institute declared the Holy Rosary Seminary as a National Historical Landmark. Secondary education and lower WTNaga HIJAB A12a left thumb The Naga Parochial School (File:WTNaga HIJAB A12a.JPG) The government-run '''Camarines Sur National High School''' registers over 15,000 enrollees every school year and it is the biggest secondary school in the region. Naga City Science High School was established in Naga City in 1994, it is considered to be one of the top-notch schools in the country. The school contains pilot curricula in Bicol Region, the Spanish (Spanish language) Curriculum, which is the third in the Philippines, and the Journalism curriculum, which are incubation for students to receive training and exposure to college-related situations. The school is also a consistent champion at the Doon Po Sa Amin or DPSA National Contest. https: about newsroom press-releases csr-news 2014 02 20 naga-generates-best-hometown-stories Two schools in the city, Saint Joseph School(SJS) and Naga Hope Christian School (NHCS), caters to Filipino-Chinese students. The '''Naga Parochial School''' (NPS) is the largest Parochial school in the Bicol region receiving 850 enrollees yearly. It is run by priests of the Archdiocese of Caceres. It is the first PAASCU-accredited parochial school in the Philippines. Some members of the clergy (63 as of 2007 with 3 bishops) assigned to the city are alumni of the school. This is an exclusive Catholic school for boys with Most Rev. Rolando Joven Tria Tirona as chair of the Board Trustees. Well-known personalities such as the late Raul Roco, Jesse Robredo, Francis Garchitorena, Luis R. Villafuerte, Jaime Fabregas, Jonathan Dela Paz Zaens, Archbishop Tito Yllana, Bishop Jose Rojas PC, DD are graduates of NPS. right thumb STI Naga (Image:WTNaga LAPANAK C45.JPG) Arborvitae Plains Montessori, Inc. (formerly Casa Dei Bambini Montessori), is a Montessori school (Montessori education) with eleven branches spread all over the Philippines offering education according to the Montessori method modified for the Philippine curriculum. The Naga City Montessori School was established in 1989 offering pre-school, grade school and high school education. The Village Montessori on San Leandro St. is the only school in the Bicol Region that offers the real Montessori method which follows the continuous progression curriculum of the American Montessori Society. Specialized computer schools have also mushroomed in the city due to popularity of computer courses, both degree and short-term. AMA Computer University and STI College have established campuses in the city. "Region V". AMA Computer University. Retrieved on 2012-05-13. "STI College - Naga". STI College. Retrieved on 2012-05-13. Other specialized computer schools include Worldtech Resources Institute (WRI), Philippine Computer Foundation College (PCFC) and CCDI. Tutorial and review centers for higher education are found in the city. Some of these centers are Art Review Center, Edgeworth Review Center, and AimOne Review Center. Tutorial centers such as Asiawise Study Center, which is located along Barlin St. (near Naga Cathedral), also offer review programs for UP and other college entrance tests, Philippine Science High School qualifying exam, and Law Aptitude Exam. City Youth Programs Some of the reasons are the Youth Code authored by City Councilor Hon. Ray-an Cydrick Rentoy and co-authored by Sangguniang Kabataan Federation President Hon. Dan Paolo Morales, the City Youth Officials Program, being member of the city council of the SKF President, recognition of various youth orgranizations, the Naga City Council for Youth Affairs, etc. City Youth Officials Program By virtue of SP Ordinance No. 2007-008, as amended by Ordinance No. 2009-017 dated March 19, 2007 and March 17, 2009 respectively Institutionalizing the Naga City Youth Officials Program and declared the period from April 15 to May 31 each year as City Youth Month. During this period, youth officials will be given the opportunity to handle the operations of the city government except in areas, which are policy determining or requiring monetary disbursements. Each year, 45 youths will be selected through a two-phase selection process (written and oral examinations) from a pool of qualified youth applicants nominees in Naga City. Naga City Youth Officials Website The youths that will be selected will be appointed as follows: align center WNP align center RPUN style "background:#DDDDDD" Naga Airport align center -


of the Republic of Turkey (Turkey). It is located in Ankara and was designed by architects Professor Emin Onat (Emin Halid Onat) and Assistant Professor Ahmet Orhan Arda, whose proposal beat 48 other entries from several countries in a competition held by the Turkish Government in 1941 for a "monumental mausoleum" for Atatürk. After graduating from the Ankara Science High School (Ankara Fen Lisesi), he started his university education at the Middle East Technical

and excursion spot for both Turkish and foreign travellers thanks to the natural beauty of its surroundings, which are covered with dense forests, and easy access by car (it is served by a 21 km road leaving from the İstanbul-Ankara E 80 highway at the level of Mount Bolu, three hours' drive from these two largest cities of Turkey). Lake Abant is a natural park. '''Science High School''' ( ; after the founding

of other science high schools in Turkey also referred as '''Ankara Science High School''' Ankara Fen Lisesi - AFL ) is a public boarding high school in Ankara, Turkey with a curriculum concentrated on natural sciences and mathematics. It was established in 1964 as the first science high school in Turkey with a funding from the Ford Foundation. The school is modeled after the American counterparts like the Bronx High School of Science. Due to the considerable success of its alumni in all aspects of professional life and academia, science high school concept is spread around the country and now there are public and private science high schools in all major cities. Its alumni includes many scientists (like Tekin Dereli), top managers (like Süreyya Ciliv and Onat Menzilcioglu) engineers and doctors (like İzge Günal) as well as famed musicians (like Derya Köroğlu and Ahmet Kanneci). As Didim is so well-situated in the 1980s people from large cities around Turkey, especially Ankara, began to buy holiday homes, apartments, and villas in the area. Most of these were built as cooperative housing projects with private beaches. The attraction of the area is proved by the number of Ankara families that have now been going to Didim for two or more generations, and even today you will see many cars with Ankara (06) numberplates in Didim in summertime. Property values are now rising dramatically and the building boom continues as foreign buyers, especially the families of Turks living and working in Europe, follow their lead. The growth of Didim in the 1980s was enhanced with the building of hotels to accommodate visitors, originally from Britain but now from Turkey itself, on cheap package holidays. Since about 2001 British people have begun to buy holiday homes in Didim, establishing themselves as a visible community of many thousands, to the extent that utility bills in the district are now printed in English as well as Turkish. Elsewhere Weekend Guardian Unlimited You will see the Union Jack and other British flags all around Didim, especially in the bars. A Greek reconnaissance force under General Anastasios Papoulas began to move from their base in Bursa in the direction of Eskişehir in early January 1921. The battle began with a Greek assault on the positions of Miralay (Colonel) İsmet Bey (İsmet İnönü)'s troops near the railway station of İnönü on January 9, 1921 and fighting continued until dark. On January 10, Greek Islands division began moving along the Kovalca-Akpınar line, and İzmir division was moving on Yeniköy-Teke-Hayriye direction and additional forces were moving on Söğüt-Gündüzbey line. Additionally Çerkes Ethem turned against the new central government (Grand National Assembly of Turkey#History) in Ankara, refusing to join his forces with the regular army established under the command of İsmet İnönü. Newly reconstituted Turkish army had to put down his rebellion while also fighting the Greek (Greeks)s. ''History of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey'', Stanford J. Shaw & Ezel Kural Shaw, Cambridge University Press, 1977, Volume II, ISBN 9780521291668, page 358 Ali Rıza Bey, the mayor of Ağcakışla to which Sivrialan was then affiliated, liked this tale of Veysel very much, and wanted to send the poem to Ankara. Veysel said he himself would like to go and visit the nation's leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, and set out for Ankara on foot with his faithful friend İbrahim. These two pure hearts who started their travel on bare foot under tough winter conditions, arrived in Ankara after having trampled down the roads for three months. Veysel was hosted by his hospitable friends for forty five days in Ankara. Although his aim in traveling to Ankara was to present the letter to Atatürk, it was not possible for him to do so. His mother Gülizar says "He felt bitter regret for two things in life: first not having been able to visit the great leader, and second, not being able to join the army...". However, his tale was printed in a printing house named ''Hakimiyeti Milliye'' in Ulus (Ulus, Ankara), and was published in the newspaper for three days. Then, he started to travel around the country and to play and sing everywhere he went to. He was loved, he was respected. '''Musa Kâzım Karabekir''' (1882, Koca Mustafapaşa, Istanbul Elaine Diana Smith, ''Turkey: origins of the Kemalist movement and the government of the Grand National Assembly, 1919–1923'', American University, 1959, p. 171. Stanford Jay Shaw, ''The Ottoman Empire in World War I: Prelude to war'', Turkish Historical Society, 2006, ISBN 9789751618818, p. 119. (Constantinople ''The Encyclopædia Britannica'', Vol.7, Edited by Hugh Chisholm, (1911), 3; ''Constantinople, the capital of the Turkish Empire...'' Britannica, Istanbul:''When the Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923, the capital was moved to Ankara, and Constantinople was officially renamed Istanbul in 1930.'' ) – January 26, 1948, Ankara) was a Turkish general and politician. He was commander of the Eastern Army in the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I and served as Speaker (List of Speakers of the Parliament of Turkey) of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey before his death. He was designated by the newly formed parliament (Grand National Assembly of Turkey) in Ankara to sign also the friendship agreement Treaty of Kars with the Soviet Union on October 23, 1921. After the defeat of Greek forces in Western Anatolia, the Türkiye Cumhuriyeti (Republic of Turkey) was proclaimed. Kâzım Karabekir Pasha moved to Ankara in October 1922, and continued to serve in the parliament as Deputy of Edirne. He was still the acting commander of the Eastern Army as he was elected Deputy of Istanbul on June 29, 1923. Six months later, he was appointed Inspector of First Army. The parliament awarded him the highest Turkish "Order of Independence" for his meritorious and distinguished service in military and politics during the War of Independence (Turkish War of Independence). He retired from his final military service on October 26, 1924. thumb upright İstiklal Avenue (Image:Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on 3 June 2007.jpg) in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul * Ankara: Tunali Hilmi Street, 7th Street (7th Street (Ankara, Turkey)) * Istanbul: Abdi İpekçi Avenue, Bağdat Avenue, İstiklal Avenue The period from the Treaty of Neuilly to the Treaty of Craiova (1919–1940) saw a number of radical changes. Southern Dobruja, home to two-thirds of Bulgaria’s Tatar population, was annexed to Romania. The Tatars found themselves in a state with large Tatar populations around Medgidia, Mangalia and Köstence (Constanţa). On the other hand, the start of this period coincided with a short-lived Tatar nation-state in the Crimea and the constitution of the Turkish secular state. Modern Tatar nationalism embraced Pan-Turkism arid turned to Ankara for support as a result of Kemalist propaganda. This period saw large-scale Tatar emigration to Turkey and the establishment of a circle around the magazine "Emel (Emel (Turkish magazine))" (1929-1930 in Dobrich), which used Pan-Turkic slogans as a cover for the promulgation of Turkish policies. Arguably, this was the beginning of the political Turkification of Tatars (Antonov, 1995). In 2005 the band made an appearance on the main stage of the ‘Rock Istanbul Festival’. In addition, Direc-t performed in many bars in Istanbul such as Line, Kemancı, Life Bar, Bronx, Gitar Bar, Vox, Yeni Melek Gösteri Merkezi (Yeni Melek Show Center), Stüdyo Live and also in other cities such as Ooze Bar (İzmir), Saklıkent (Ankara),Bar Fly (Ankara) and Doors (Eskişehir). The band also appeared as musical guest at various University and High School Festivals (German High School, Ereğli Anatolian High School) all over Turkey. He was born on the 8 February 1980 in Adana. He started his music career in the early days of his youth when he bought his first guitar during high school. He continued his music life by participating at the Milliyet’s Music contest and from where he won the first prize in Turkey for songwriting on 3 songs. Later on he moved to Ankara to continue his studies at the University of Ankara at the department of Spanish language. As he realised that music is the most important thing in his life, he quit the university and moved to Istanbul to become a professional musician. Bilge managed to get a lot of attention with his different music and singing style. During his stay in Istanbul he met with Özgür Peştimalci and they formed the band "Direc-t". "Anything I've done", one of his songs sung with Gülce Duru, has been selected as 2005 a VH1-song of the year December finalist.He has sung on Doga icin cal project a Turkish version of Playing for a change.Also he has made "Arabesque Strings" a Turkish music library album for Muzikotek with Yigit Vural. death_date Commons:Ankara Wikipedia:Ankara Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey Provinces Ankara


) was signed on 7 September 1940 between the Kingdom of Bulgaria and the Kingdom of Romania. Under the terms of this treaty, Romania returned the southern part (Southern Dobruja) of Dobruja (the ''Cadrilater'' or "Quadrilateral" in Romanian (Romanian language)) to Bulgaria and agreed to participate in organizing a population exchange (Population transfer). The treaty was approved by Germany, the United Kingdom, ''The New York Times'', July 26, 1940, ''"Britain recognizes the "fundamental justice" of Bulgaria's claim against Rumania for return of the wheat-growing section of Southern Dobruja"'' the Soviet Union (USSR), Italy, USA, Кузманова, Антонина. От Ньой до Крайова. Въпросът за Южна Добруджа в международните отношения 1919-1940 , София 1989, с


that the students wear uniforms. There is an exit exam for graduating from high school and many students proceeding to the university level are required to take the College Scholastic Ability Test that is held every November but they don't necessarily need to get it. Seoul is home to various specialized schools, including three science high schools (Hansung Science High School, Sejong Science High School and Seoul Science High School), and six foreign language high schools (Daewon Foreign Language High School, Daeil Foreign Language High School, Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School, Hanyoung Foreign Language High School, Myungduk Foreign Language High School and Seoul Foreign Language High School). Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education comprises 235 college-preparatory high schools, 80 vocational schools, 377 middle schools, and 33 special education schools as of 2009. International relations Seoul is a member of the Asian Network of Major Cities 21 and the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group. Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


''Author's trial set to test Turkey'' BBC 14 December 2005. The charges were later dropped. Madeleine Brand speaks with Hugh Pope ''Charges Against Turkish Writer Pamuk Dropped'' NPR 25 January 2005. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

Providence, Rhode Island

Empty Handed: Zen Master Seung Sahn in Ann Arbor work publisher Cutting Edge, American Zen Arts Quarterly date Spring 1985 url http: primarypoint v02n2-1985-spring-dssn-comingemptyhanded.html doi accessdate 2008-01-03 After graduating from the Ankara Science High School (Ankara Fen Lisesi), he started his university education at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara, later transferred to Boğaziçi University, Istanbul


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