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Barnaul

founded the Siberian town of Barnaul, whose central square still bears his name. He also commissioned the Leaning Tower of Nevyansk. His fortune was inherited by his eldest son Prokofi Demidov, whilst his younger son Nikita Akinfievitch Demidov (1724–1789) became an arts patron. Akinfiy's nephew, Pavel Grigoryevich Demidov (1738–1821), was a great traveller and benefactor of Russian scientific education who befriended Carolus Linnaeus and Peter Simon Pallas Pallas


Vantaa

attributed to Archimedes Eureka (word) '''Heureka''' is a science center in Vantaa, Finland, north of Helsinki. Its purpose is to facilitate the access to scientific knowledge and to develop the methods of scientific education. Its exhibits are largely hands-on and many of them are made for children. It also includes a planetarium capable of displaying digital panoramic films. caption location Myyrmäki, Vantaa, Finland address


Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

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Yaroslavl

of gold, silver and copper mines. He also founded the Siberian town of Barnaul, whose central square still bears his name. He also commissioned the Leaning Tower of Nevyansk. His fortune was inherited by his eldest son Prokofi Demidov, whilst his younger son Nikita Akinfievitch Demidov (1724–1789) became an arts patron. Akinfiy's nephew, Pavel Grigoryevich Demidov (1738–1821), was a great traveller and benefactor of Russian scientific education who befriended Carolus

(1738–1821), was a great traveller and benefactor of Russian scientific education who befriended Carolus Linnaeus and Pallas (Peter Simon Pallas). He established the Demidov Lyceum in Yaroslavl, the Demidov chair in Natural history at Moscow University, and founded an annual prize for Russian literature, awarded by the Academy of Sciences (Russian Academy of Sciences). A bronze monument (Demidovsky Pillar, Yaroslavl) to him was installed in Yaroslavl in 1828.<


Islamabad

) is a Federally Chartered University, its Headquarter is in located in Islamabad, Pakistan. Its campus is located in the foot of the Margalla hills. The university is co-educational (Mixed-sex education), established to promote higher scientific education in Pakistan and offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees leading to PhD in the fields of engineering and management sciences. The campus is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories which are among the best in the country


Thuringia

31 March 1821 birth_place Windischholzhausen, Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany death_date 21 May 1897 (aged 76) Life Müller was born in the village of Windischholzhausen, near Erfurt in Thuringia, Germany, the son of a minister. Unlike most of his contemporaries in Britain, Müller had what would be seen today as a normal scientific education at the universities of Berlin (University of Berlin) and University


Turin

and Marie Jeanne Baptiste de Savoie-Nemours Anne Marie of Orléans 10 April 1684 6 children 31 October 1732 Moncalieri aged 66 - Biography No documented account of Piazzi's scientific education is available in any of the biographies of the astronomer, even in the oldest ones. Piazzi certainly did some studies in Turin, quite likely attending Giovan Battista Beccaria's lessons. In the years 1768-1770 he was resident at the Theatines


Bristol

needed date February 2010 . death_date Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Moscow

; Willis Hawkins, President of Lockheed Corporation in California; and Olof Tegström, Founder and President of Tebetron in Sweden, to establish the "International Academy of Science", a not-for-profit (not-for-profit corporation) organization for the advancement of applied science and scientific education. The International Academy of Science (Academy) operates the International Institute of Science and Technology—a Graduate School University that offers the Doctor of Research


Netherlands

. In the province of Friesland, which has its own official language (West Frisian language), some trilingual primary schools exist. In those schools, the children are taught in Dutch, Frisian, and English. Most bilingual secondary schools are TVWO (Tweetalig Voorbereidend Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs or Bilingual Preparatory Scientific Education), but there is THAVO (Tweetalig Hoger Algemeen Voorbereidend Onderwijs or Bilingual Higher General Secondary Education), too. The following subjects are taught in English: arts, chemistry, physics, biology, geography, economics, physical education, drama, English, mathematics, history, music, social sciences and religious studies, but some variation may exist among schools. In January 1961, Brel made a triumphant return to the Bobino Theatre (Bobino). By now, accordionist Jean Corti had joined Brel's touring group. Between 22 February and 12 April, he recorded his fifth album for Philips (Philips Records) simply titled, '' No. 5 (5 (Jacques Brel album))'', which introduced the future Brel classics "Marieke" and "Le moribond" (The dying man). In March, Brel toured Canada again. In Montreal, he met French actress and singer Clairette Oddera at her club on the rue Saint-Jacques. They would become good friends. While in Montreal, Brel appears with Raymond Devos at La Comédie Canadienne. In May, Brel performed at the Kurhaus of Scheveningen in The Hague in the Netherlands. From 12-29 October, Brel returned to the Olympia Theatre (Olympia (Paris)) in Paris with star billing, after Marlene Dietrich cancelled at the last minute. Many critics point to these inspired performances as the turning point in Brel's career. The audiences responded with rapturous applause, and the critics proclaimed him as the new star of French chanson. thumb Drawing of Jacques Brel by Reginald Gray (1965) (File:Jacques brel by gray.jpg) In 1965, Reprise Records licensed tracks from Barclay (Barclay Records) for a United States album titled ''Jacques Brel''. On 25 March, Brel performed at the Kurhaus of Scheveningen in the Netherlands. In October, he completed a successful five-week tour of the former Soviet Union, which included a week's engagement at the Estrada Theatre in Moscow. On 6 November, he was back in France, recording the songs "Fernand", "Les désespérés" (The despaired), and "Ces gens-là" (Those people) for Barclay (Barclay Records). On 4 December, he appeared at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City. His performance was received with high public and critical acclaim. Tribes of Lenape were the first known occupants in the area which became Philadelphia County. The first European settlers were Swedes (Swedish people) and Finns who arrived in 1638. The Netherlands seized the area in 1655, but permanently lost control to England in 1674. William Penn received his charter for Pennsylvania from Charles II of England in 1681, and in November 1682 divided Pennsylvania into three counties. In the same year Philadelphia was laid out and was made the county seat and the capital of the Province of Pennsylvania. Modern In 2001, the Netherlands became the first nation in the world to grant same-sex marriages (Same-sex marriage in the Netherlands). Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


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