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Helsinki

. In 1958 Baba was appointed Professor of Painting at the ''Nicolae Grigorescu'' Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, where Niculiţă Secrieriu and Ștefan Câlția were among his pupils. The same year he received the title of Emeritus Master of Art. By this time, his earlier problems with the communist authorities appear to have been smoothed over. In the next decade, both he and his paintings were to travel the world, participating in exhibitions in places as diverse as Cairo


Cairo

Professor of Painting at the ''Nicolae Grigorescu'' Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, where Niculiţă Secrieriu and Ștefan Câlția were among his pupils. The same year he received the title of Emeritus Master of Art. By this time, his earlier problems with the communist authorities appear to have been smoothed over. In the next decade, both he and his paintings were to travel the world, participating in exhibitions in places as diverse as Cairo, Helsinki, Vienna, and New


Vienna

Secrieriu and Ștefan Câlția were among his pupils. The same year he received the title of Emeritus Master of Art. By this time, his earlier problems with the communist authorities appear to have been smoothed over. In the next decade, both he and his paintings were to travel the world, participating in exhibitions in places as diverse as Cairo, Helsinki, Vienna, and New Delhi, culminating in a 1964 solo exhibition in Brussels. In 1962, the Romanian government gave him


Toronto

from July 23 to July 28, 2002 in Toronto, Canada. World Youth Day is a celebration of faith begun by Pope John Paul II (Pope John Paul II) held on an international level every two to three years, and WYD2002 was the tenth such event. It was also Pope John Paul II's last World Youth day. There were an estimated 400,000-500,000 youths from all over the world participating in the week-long festival. Although WYD is designed for Catholics, it attracts sizable numbers of youths from other faiths and denominations, and it was made as a multi-faith celebration of young people from all over the world. page 105 language Italian begun in 1979, Nini played in numerous festivals and shows exhibiting in Toronto, Montreal, Vienna and Berlin. The '''Sapphire Tower''' was a proposed luxury hotel condominium skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to be built by developer Harry Stinson. It was so named because all plans for it had deep blue glass curtain walls. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


Berlin

schools around the world participating in student international festivals are requested to submit current films for judging. The judges select the outstanding school of the year based upon the quality of its films. To date, the Sam Spiegel School has won the prize for ''best school in the world'' 15 times, and its films have won some 235 prizes in international film festivals. In 2008, "Anthem", the Diploma Film of 14th Graduating Class Member Elad Keidan, scooped First Prize


Canada

, and WYD2002 was the tenth such event. It was also Pope John Paul II's last World Youth day. There were an estimated 400,000-500,000 youths from all over the world participating in the week-long festival. Although WYD is designed for Catholics, it attracts sizable numbers of youths from other faiths and denominations, and it was made as a multi-faith celebration of young people from all over the world. !-- Image with unknown copyright status removed: Image:PinkLake(HDR).jpg right 300px


Australia

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