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  • 181 Évora — Evora redirects here. For other uses of Évora and Evora, see Évora (disambiguation). Historic Centre of Évora * UNESCO World Heritage Site …

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  • 182 Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence — Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence The Basilica di Santa Croce (Basilica of the Holy Cross) is the principal Franciscan church in Florence, Italy, and a minor basilica of the Roman Catholic Church. It is situated on the Piazza di Santa Croce,… …

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  • 183 Addison Mizner — Born December 12, 1872(1872 12 12) Benicia, California Died February 5, 1933(1933 02 05) …

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  • 184 Buxtehude — Infobox German Location Art = Stadt Name = Buxtehude Wappen = Wappen Buxtehude.png lat deg = 53 |lat min = 28 |lat sec = 37 lon deg = 9 |lon min = 42 |lon sec = 4 Lageplan = Buxtehude in STD.png Bundesland = Niedersachsen Landkreis = Stade Höhe …

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  • 185 Haughmond Abbey — at Haughmond Hill in Shropshire, otherwise known as the Abbey of Saint John the Evangelist, was founded in about 1100 AD. A statue of St John with his emblem can be found carved into the arches of the chapter house. His image also appeared on the …

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  • 186 Princeton Charter Club — Charter Club The Princeton Charter Club is one of Princeton University s ten active undergraduate eating clubs located on or near Prospect Avenue in Princeton, New Jersey, United States.[1] Cont …

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  • 187 Laurentian Library — Aerial view. The Laurentian Library can be identified in the long row of windows above the cloister extending to the left of the picture. The taller structure with two rows of windows immediately to its right is the vestibule. The Laurentian… …

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  • 188 University of Valladolid — Infobox University name = University of Valladolid native name = Universidad de Valladolid image size = 220px caption = The shield of the University of Valladolid sculpted into the facade of the Facultad de Derecho latin name = motto = Sapientia… …

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  • 189 Dramatic Lyrics — is a collection of English poems by Robert Browning, first published in 1842 as the second volume in a series of self published books entitled Bells and Pomegranates. It is most famous as the first appearance of Browning s poem The Pied Piper of… …

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  • 190 Duncan Campbell Scott — Dr. Duncan Campbell Scott Portrait by Yousuf Karsh, 1933 (Source: Library and Archives Canada, PA 165842) Born 1862 August 2 Ottawa, Ontario Died 1947 December 19 Ottawa, Onta …

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  • 191 Certosa di Pavia — For the Italian comune, see Certosa di Pavia (comune). The Certosa di Pavia as seen from the Small Cloister The Certosa di Pavia Gra Car ( Charterhouse of Pavia Gratiarum Chartusia ), Shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of Grace, is a… …

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  • 193 Ferrières Abbey — was a Benedictine monastery situated at Ferrières en Gâtinais in the arrondissement of Montargis, in the département of Loiret, France.HistoryRepresented in the famous Monasticon gallicanum , it seems clear that the abbey (despite a tradition… …

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  • 194 Abbey of Fontenay — Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay * UNESCO World Heritage Site Country …

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  • 195 San Juan de la Peña — San Juan de la Peña. Loggia in the monastery …

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  • 196 Engelthal — Infobox Ort in Deutschland Wappen = Wappen von Engelthal.png lat deg = 49 |lat min = 28 |lat sec = 00 lon deg = 11 |lon min = 24 |lon sec = 00 Lageplan = Bundesland = Bayern Regierungsbezirk = Mittelfranken Landkreis = Nürnberger Land… …

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  • 197 Rüfenach — Infobox Swiss town subject name = Rüfenach municipality name = Rüfenach municipality type = municipality imagepath coa = Ruefenach blason.png|pixel coa= languages = German canton = Aargau iso code region = CH AG district = Brugg lat d=47|lat… …

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  • 198 Our Lady of the Rosary University — Universidad del Rosario Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario Universidad del Rosario Motto Nova Et Vetera ( Always old, always new ) Established December 18 1653 …

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  • 199 Aix Cathedral — ( Cathédrale Saint Sauveur d Aix ) in Aix en Provence in southern France is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the seat of the Archbishop of Aix. It is built on the site of the 1st century Roman forum of Aix. Built and re built from the 12th until… …

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  • 200 St. Cecilia, or the Power of Music — (German: Die heilige Cäcilie oder die Gewalt der Musik) is a short story by the German author Heinrich von Kleist. The story was written on October 27, 1810 as a gift for daughter of his friend Adam Müller, and was first published in November… …

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