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decorative details" (hardly surprising given the theological, ecclesiastical, and cultural links between the Ethiopian Orthodox (Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church) and Coptic Orthodox Churches (Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria)), he is adamant about the native origins of these creations: "But the significant fact is remains that the rock-churches continue to follow the style of the local built-up prototypes, which themselves retain clear evidence of their basically Axumite

Independent Albania

of Albania Category:States and territories disestablished in 1914 Category:States and territories established in 1912 Category:History of modern Albania

Qing dynasty

and control of a former Huai Army commander, General Yuan Shikai, who used his position to build networks of loyal officers and eventually become President of the Republic of China. The most significant fact of early and mid-Qing social history was population growth. The population doubled during the 18th century. People in this period were also remarkably on the move. There is evidence suggesting


la copla”, cumple 50 años born in the Triana (Triana (Seville)) district of Seville, Spain. She has released more than a dozen albums throughout a career spanning many decades, and is known for her distinctive Andalusian style. Under Moorish rule A significant fact is that Zafra is located between Badajoz, and Seville, the capital of the province of Baetica. thumb 250px right View of Zafra. (File:Palacio de los Feria, ampliación ducal.jpg) In medieval times, Zafra was situated on the border which divided the domains of Seville and Badajoz, and in 1030 a defensive fortification was constructed in the Castellar Mountains. This fort would be named Sajra Abi Hassan by the Moorish geographer Abu Abdullah al-Bakri in 1094. The Arabs named the town ''Safra'', or ''Cafra'', from which derived the current name. He was born in Seville of an aristocratic family. Juan de la Cueva – Catholic Encyclopedia article Ibero-American Championships (1992 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics) Seville, Spain bgcolor gold 1st World Championships (1999 World Championships in Athletics) Seville, Spain 7th (h) Career She was born in Kiev, and represents the sports club Dynamo Kiev (Dynamo Sports Club). WikiPedia:Seville commons:Sevilla


the dilemma between his duties as an officer of the law and his duties as a friend. In public opinion, this film was not the best of jubilees for the master. In fact, it had not been meant to be a jubilee at all. Another significant fact about this film is that it also included Ali Sunal, Kemal Sunal’s son, cast as a junior customs officer. In 1973, during the Yom Kippur War, the Israeli leadership opts for a tactical nuclear strike, but changes the decision at the last minute. A Mark 12 (Mark 12 nuclear bomb) nuclear weapon is accidentally left on an Israeli attack aircraft, which is shot down over the mountains of Syria. The nuclear weapon is lost (United States military nuclear incident terminology#empty quiver), buried in the field of a Druze farmer. '''Qamishli''' ( Commons:Category:Syria WikiPedia:Syria Dmoz:Regional Middle East Syria

Republic of Ireland

) Placenames Database of Ireland is the largest settlement (town) on Valentia Island, County Kerry, Ireland (Republic of Ireland). It lies within the townland of Farranreagh, at the eastern tip of the island. Knightstown has a population of 156 (CSO (Central Statistics Office of Ireland) 2006). Background The IRA was a proscribed organization under the terms of the Offences Against the State Acts in the Republic of Ireland and under equivalent anti-terrorist legislation in the United Kingdom, making membership of it a criminal offence. In the Republic, conviction for membership is possible in the Special Criminal Court, where three judges hear cases without a jury, on the evidence of a Garda (Garda Síochána) superintendent or higher rank, and carries a maximum penalty of five years' imprisonment. '''.tp''' was the listed Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for East Timor. The letters used refer to ''Timor Português


, a very significant fact is that 61.1% of Argentines said to be related to God "on their own way", 72.9% said to "never" or "rarely" attend ceremonies of worship. Pentecostal churches and traditional Protestant denominations are present in most communities. Argentina has the largest Jewish population in Latin America, about 300,000. Muslim Argentines (Islam in Argentina) number about 400,000–500,000, or approximately 1% of the population (as of 2010). International Religious Freedom Report 2010 - Argentina Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina

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