2006 quote The main subjects taught were Quranic exegesis, theology, jurisprudence and the principles of jurisprudence, grammar and syntax, the Traditions of the Prophet (''ḥadīth''), logic and, sometimes, philosophy and mathematics. In addition to the above, other subjects such as literary studies, history, politics, ethics, music, metaphysics, medicine, astronomy and chemistry were also taught. The curriculum of a was usually set by its founder
and the Bronze Age. Robert Chapman, ''Emerging Complexity: The Later Prehistory of South-East Spain, Iberia and the West Mediterranean'' (2009) thumb right 250px Lighthouse of Melilla (File:Faro de Melilla.jpg) Melilla is connected to the Spanish cities of Málaga, Madrid, Granada and Almería by air as well as to Málaga and Almería by ferry. Air Nostrum flies from Melilla Airport to Almeria, Granada, Valencia (Valencia, Spain) and Madrid
murdered, he prohibited the Jews from attiring themselves in the same manner as other Spaniards, and he insisted strictly on the wearing of the badge by those who had not been baptized." She participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain and won bronze medal in women’s individual category and silver medal with the Turkish team.
Salvador accessdate 2010-05-10 He took part at the 2004 Summer Olympics (Turkey at the 2004 Summer Olympics) in Athens, Greece. With his throw of 58.17 m, Olgundeniz ranked 28th and could not qualify for the finals. In 2005, he participated at the Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, and won the bronze medal with his performance of 59.16 m. He was ranked 44th in the world best list in 2004 with his personal record of 63.49 metres
and learned Spanish (Spanish language) within ten days – Barcelona, Valencia (Valencia, Spain) and Almería to Malaga, where they stayed for a month. Then they spent nine months in Granada (living in the Alhambra) where Staudinger collected extensively and where their daughter was born on November 2. In December they went via Malaga to Chiclana near Cadiz, spent the first half of 1858 there and finally returned to Berlin in July. Because of the costs of his travels
efficient are flights to Madrid or Malaga, followed by bus trips to Almeria. While requiring more time, they are often cheaper than direct flights to Almeria. By train Almeria's train station is located on the Plaza de la Estación in the centre of the city and has services to destinations across Spain. By bus The bus and train station are combined. Buses arrive from Jaén, Málaga, Granada and a variety of other cities all day. More options are available if routing through Granada, which
'') work The WAZA Network - links ''ex situ'' with ''in situ'' conservation url http: www.waza.org conservation projects factsheets waldrapp.pdf publisher World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) accessdate 3 December 2008 All Northern Bald Ibises in zoos, other than those in Turkey, are of the western population, and were imported from Morocco. Three bloodlines exist; the earliest relates to importations to Zoo Basel, Switzerland in the 1950s and 1960s, the next
Toledo , Granada (Madrasah of Granada), Murcia, Almería, Valencia (Valencia, Spain) and Cádiz during the Caliphate of Córdoba. Zoo populations There are 850 Northern Bald Ibises in European zoos and a further 250 in captivity
, Granada (Madrasah of Granada), Murcia, Almería, Valencia (Valencia, Spain) and Cádiz during the Caliphate of Córdoba. Established in Almería after his playing days, Gâlcă took up coaching in 2009–10, starting with Almería's B team (UD Almería B), in the Tercera División
on the released version was the last to be written, close to the time of the song's recording. For the refrain, Lennon was again inspired by his childhood memories: the words "nothing to get hung about" were inspired by Aunt Mimi's strict order not to play in the grounds of Strawberry Field, to which Lennon replied, "They can't hang you for it." WikiPedia:Almería Commons:Category:Almería
: www.webcitation.org 5kwqnGivb archivedate 2009-10-31 deadurl yes Modern humans in the form of Cro-Magnons began arriving in the Iberian Peninsula from north of the Pyrenees some 35,000 years ago. The most conspicuous sign of prehistoric human settlements are the famous paintings (cave paintings) in the northern Spanish cave of Altamira (Altamira (cave)), which were done c. 15,000 BC (Before Christ) and are regarded as paramount instances of cave art. WikiPedia:Almería Commons:Category:Almería
attention to light than in the previous two films; Ennio Morricone composed the score once again. Leone was instrumental in asking Morricone to compose a track for the final Mexican stand-off scene in the cemetery, asking him to compose what felt like "the corpses were laughing from inside their tombs", and asked Delli Colli to creating a hypnotic whirling effect interspersed with dramatic extreme close ups, to give the audience the impression of a visual ballet. Filming concluded in July 1966. * Roger II of Sicily takes Corfu from the Byzantine Empire, and pillages Corinth (Byzantine Corinth), Athens and Thebes (Thebes, Greece). * October 7 – Almería, one of the most important maritime and commercial centers of al-Andalus, falls into Christian hands after two months of siege. Picard C. (1997) ''La mer et les musulmans d'Occident au Moyen Age''. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, pp.66 * The Almohad general Mohammad al-Masufi conquers Seville. Picard C. (1997) ''La mer et les musulmans d'Occident au Moyen Age''. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, pp.64 Based on the success of ''The Man with No Name trilogy'', Leone was invited to the United States in 1967 to direct ''Once Upon a Time in the West'' (''C'Era una Volta il West'') for Paramount Pictures. The film was shot mostly in Almería, Spain and Cinecittà in Rome. It was also briefly shot in Monument Valley, Utah. The film starred Charles Bronson, Henry Fonda, Jason Robards and Claudia Cardinale. ''Once Upon a Time in the West'' emerged as a long, violent, dreamlike meditation upon the mythology of the American Old West, with many stylistic references to iconic western films. The film's script was written by Leone and his longtime friend and collaborator Sergio Donati, from a story by Bernardo Bertolucci and Dario Argento, both of whom went on to have significant careers as directors. Before its release, however, it was ruthlessly edited by Paramount, which perhaps contributed to its low box-office results in the United States. Nevertheless, it was a huge hit in Europe, grossing nearly three times its $5 million budget among French audiences, and highly praised amongst North American film students. It has come to be regarded by many as Leone's best film. In Jordan, Lean planned to film in, among other places, the real Aqaba and the archaeological site at Petra, which Lawrence had been fond of as a place of study. However, the production had to be moved to Spain, much to Lean's regret, due to cost and outbreaks of illness among the cast and crew before these scenes could be shot. The attack on Aqaba (one of the more stirring and memorable scenes in the film with a spectacular pan shot of dust rising up from behind the charging Arabs while Turkish cannons are aimed harmlessly out to sea) was reconstructed in a dried river bed in southern Spain; it consisted of over 300 buildings and was meticulously based on the town's appearance in 1917. The execution of Gasim and the train attacks were filmed in the Almería region, with the former's filming being delayed because of a flash flood. The city of Seville was also used to represent Cairo and Jerusalem, with the appearance of the Alcázar of Seville and the Plaza de España (Plaza de España (Seville)). All of the film's interiors were shot in Spain, including Lawrence's first meeting with Faisal and the scene in Auda's tent. Legacy The use of the locations in Almería, Spain for the train sequences and others made that region popular with international film makers. Most famously, it became the setting of virtually all of the Spaghetti Westerns of the '60s and '70s, specifically those of Sergio Leone. (The oasis set from ''Lawrence'' briefly appears in Leone's 1965 film ''For a Few Dollars More''.) WikiPedia:Almería Commons:Category:Almería
in July 2005. Horasan was member of the team (Turkey national women's basketball team) participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain, which won gold medal. She won the Turkish women's championship with Beşiktaş in 2004–2005. Kocak won gold medal at the inaugural European Union Boxing Championship held 2003 in Strasbourg, France. He was named "Best Boxer" amongst the 91 boxers from 17
captain of the gold medal-winning team at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. She could not play at the final match because of complications with her pregnancy, but the team squad dedicated the medal to her. Tunçluer was member of the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team) at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain, which won the gold medal
. She played 170 times for Turkey national women's basketball team. İvegin was member of the team (Turkey national women's basketball team) participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain, which won the gold medal. Yüksel played in the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team), which participated in the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain where she won a gold medal. Yücesir played in the gold medal winning national team (Turkey national women's basketball team) at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. National team She participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain and won a gold medal with Turkey national women's basketball team. She participated at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain and won gold medal with the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team). She capped 105 times for national. International career She was the member of the national team (Turkey national women's basketball team), which won gold medal at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. International career Yıldızoğlu played in the gold medal winning national team (Turkey national women's basketball team) at the 2005 Mediterranean Games (Turkey at the 2005 Mediterranean Games) in Almería, Spain. The three ships were built between 1929 and 1936 by the Deutsche Werke and ''Reichsmarinewerft'' (Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven) in Kiel and Wilhelmshaven, respectively. They saw heavy service with the German Navy. All three vessels served on non-intervention (Non-intervention in the Spanish Civil War) patrols during the Spanish Civil War. While on patrol, ''Deutschland'' was attacked by Republican bombers (Spanish Republican Air Force), and in response, ''Admiral Scheer'' bombarded the port of Almería. In 1937, ''Admiral Graf Spee'' represented Germany at the Coronation Review for Britain's King George VI. For the rest of their peacetime careers, the ships conducted a series of fleet maneuvers in the Atlantic and visited numerous foreign ports in goodwill tours. ''Admiral Scheer'' saw heavy service with the German Navy, including several deployments to Spain during the Spanish Civil War, to participate in non-intervention patrols. While off Spain, she bombarded the port of Almería following the Republican attack on her sister ''Deutschland''. At the outbreak of World War II, she remained in port for a periodic refit. Williamson, p. 33 Her first operation during World War II was a commerce raiding operation into the southern Atlantic Ocean that started in late October 1940. While on the operation, she also made a brief foray into the Indian Ocean. Williamson, pp. 33–34 During the raiding mission, she sank WikiPedia:Almería Commons:Category:Almería
madrasahs further extended their curriculum to history (Early Muslim sociology), politics, ethics (Islamic ethics), music (Islamic music), metaphysics, medicine (Islamic medicine), astronomy (Islamic astronomy) and chemistry (Alchemy and chemistry in Islam).
official_name Almería nickname motto «Muy noble, muy leal y decidida por la libertad ciudad de Almería» ''(Very noble, very loyal and determined towards freedom, city of Almeria)'' image_flag Bandera_de_Almería.svg image_seal Escudo_ciudad_de_Almería.svg image_map mapsize map_caption pushpin_map Spain pushpin_mapsize 300 coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_region ES subdivision_type Country (List of countries) subdivision_name subdivision_type1 Region (Autonomous communities of Spain) subdivision_name1 subdivision_type2 Province (Provinces of Spain) subdivision_name2 Almería (Province of Almería) subdivision_type3 Comarca (Comarcas of Spain) subdivision_name3 Comarca Metropolitana de Almería governing_body Ayuntamiento de Almería leader_title Mayor leader_name Luis Rogelio Rodríguez-Comendador Pérez (PP (People's Party (Spain))) established_title Founded established_date 955 founder Abd-ar-Rahman III area_magnitude area_total_km2 296.21 area_total_sq_mi 114.37 area_land_km2 area_land_sq_mi area_water_km2 area_water_sq_mi area_water_percent area_urban_km2 area_urban_sq_mi area_metro_km2 area_metro_sq_mi population_as_of 2012 population_note population_total 191443 population_footnote population_metro population_urban population_density_km2 auto population_density_sq_mi auto population_demonym ''almerienses'', ''urcitanos'' timezone CET (Central European Time) utc_offset +1 timezone_DST CEST (Central European Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +2 latd 36 latm 50 lats 25 latNS N longd 2 longm 28 longs 05 longEW W elevation_m 27 elevation_ft 88,58 postal_code_type Postal code postal_code 04001-04090 area_code (+34) 950 registration_plate AL website http: www.aytoalmeria.es footnotes '''Almería''' ( ) is a city in Andalusia, Spain, situated in the southeast of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital of the province (province of Almería) of the same name.