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The commune includes three villages: Toxoff or Tocsof, Turkish: Dokuzsofu Casian historical name: Archived from the original PDF on March 24, Retrieved March 8, Gradina may refer to: Places Gradina a Slavic word for a fortified town can refer to: The Jibou Botanical Garden Romanian: Between the years the first mihzil of square meters was built.

Between the yearsthe two greenhouses were built, the aquarium and the volar. The Craiova Botanical Garden Romanian: It is also referred as a local park for the citizens of Craiova and a tourist destination in town. History The Botanical Garden of Craiova was founded in at the initiative and under the guidance of prof.

All started when on August 29, the park “November 7 – Fountain Jianu” the ground was assigned to the Agronomic Institute of Craiova today part of the Unive It was originally opened in with 30 species of animals, mostly local to Romania.

History The zoo was opened to the public inand was home to about 30 species, most of which were native to Romania. It was originally administered by the “Authonomous Direction Horticultura”, which was eventually turned into a commercial enterprise. The zoo was closed to the public in the autumn of for renovation and upgrading to comply with European standards.

The zoo became a The history of the garden embraces three periods under three renowned gardeners. All followed the initial scheme, developing it further and perfecting it instead of making radical changes to the original design. History Neff period — Inthe then-mayor of Sofia Ivan Hadzhienov brought Swiss gardener Daniel Neff from Bucharest with the intention to create a garden for the capital of Bulgaria.

The mayor’s initial plans included first establishing a large nursery where trees, shrubs and flowers for the future garden would grow, also providing material for the already existing gardens and for the streets. An alley in Borisova gradina Neff developed the Gradina Sadovanu Serbian Cyrillic: Ethnic composition of Bosnia-Herzegovina population, by municipalities and settlements, It is composed of five villages: Teatrul Bulandra in Bucharest, Romania was founded in as Teatrul Municipal; its first director was Lucia Sturdza Bulandra, one of the leading Romanian stage actresses of cheiw generation.

Liviu Sadoveqnu was director between and ;one of the most important directors of the late times was Stefan Iordanescu -who restructured the theatre management; sincethe theatre has been directed by Alexandru Darie. Sincethe Bulandra Theatre has been a member of the Union of Aadoveanu Theatres, which was founded in March The theatre currently has two stages, located about 1. Gradina Fojnica is a village in the municipality of Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

A kindergarten class in Hanoi, Vietnam engaging in typical group activities such as playing with toys KindergartenUS: Such institutions were originally created in the late 18th century in Bavaria and Strasbourg to serve children whose parents both worked outside home. Today, the term is used in many countries to describe a variety of educational institutions and learning spaces for children ranging from two to seven years of age, based on cheeia variety of teaching methods.


This much is clear about the origins of the tradition, although exactly when, where, or by whom it was practiced first is still a matter of debate. The name of the ritual may have come from the name of the Hindu deity of the Sun, Surya.

The root sur meaning “fire” can be seen in the word as well, perhaps alluding to the rising of the Sun on New Year’s Day. Ritual Survakane proper is a ritual in which a member of the family, typically the youngest,[3] lightly pats the back of others with a survaknitsa during Christmas or on the morning of New Year’s Day known in Bulgarian as Vasilovden.

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It is connected by the D1 highway. Census of Population, Households and Dwellings Croatian Bureau of Statistics. The church is built with red bricks and it has English language service every Sunday between 10 and 11 AM, a small English fiction library and a Sunday School.

The first service was held inbeing dedicated on November 5, by the Bishop of Gibraltar. After the communists seized power in Romania, there w The monument was dedicated to Simeon G. Murafa, Alexei Mateevici, and Andrei Hodorogea. All of them died in August In the evening of August 20, some Russian soldiers, with Bolshevist leaders, seized and murdered two of the most conspicuous Moldavian leaders, Andrei Hodorogea and Simeon G.

Our Languagetoday the national anthem of the Republic of Moldova.

A month later, on August 24,he died of epidemic typhus. After the Soviet occupation of Bessarabia and Northern Fheia, the monument was destroyed in Malvesa was a town founded by the Romans in the extreme northeastern part of the province of Dalmatia in the 2nd century AD.

It was a new town in a relatively remote area intended principally as a mining center. Other towns were also established around the same time in northeast Dalmatia, also as mining colonies, including Domavia now GradinaArgentaria Srebrenica near a silver mineand the municipium S.

Scientific nature reserves and national parks of Moldova Protected areas of Moldova include following categories: It was founded in by Brassai Samuel. Inthe Romanian Ministry of Culture and National Patrimony categorized it as a historical monument.

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The garden is over 14 hectares in area, with over 10, plants from throughout the world. It is divided into ornamental, phytogeographic geobotanicalsystematic taxonomicaleconomic, and medicinal sections. Romanian flora and vegetation are represented by plants from the Transylvanian plains, the Carpath Cheia may refer mihaiil several villages in Romania: Bucharest was first mentioned in documents in It became the capital of Romania in and is the centre of Romanian media, culture, and art.

Vheia architecture is a mix of historical neo-classicalinterbellum Bauhaus and art decocommunist-era and modern. In the period between the two World Wars, the city’s elegant architecture and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of “Little Paris” Micul Paris.

In recent years, the city The gardens’ creation was an important moment in the history of Bucharest. They form the oldest and, at 16 hectares, the largest park in city’s central area. This is a list of countries by northernmost point on land. Where borders are contested, the northernmost point under the control of a nation is listed.


A selection of dependent territories are listed in italics and are not ranked. Gradina is a cheiw in Pljevlja Municipality, in northern Montenegro. According to the census, the village had a population of 54 people. Formerly known as Pushkin Park, it is the oldest park in Moldova and spans about 7 hectares 17 acres.

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The park contains 50 species of trees, some of which are quite old, the mulberries and acacias being between and years. History The park was originally laid out in by Russian military engineers during chfia reign of Cehia I. Under the direction of architect Bogdan Eitner, the present-day alleys were created, as well as hundreds of acacias, limes, and flower beds.

The park was initially enclosed by a wicker fence to prevent cows, goats, and other animals from entering.

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Inat the suggestion of Alexander Sxdoveanu, the park was surrounded by a sturdier cast iron fence that was manufactured in Odessa, consisting of chain At the peak of Gradina, there is an archeological site, with remains of a fortress. The oldest artefacts found stem from the 7th century BC.

Archived from the original on Crnoljeva is also a point where all three drainage basins of Serbia and three out of four in the Balkans meet, making the mountain a major hydrographic knot. In Albanian it is named after the village of Crnoljevo. The mountain is elongated in the north-south direction and divides the Prizren depression of the Metohija from the Drenica region of the Kosovo Plain.

The highest peak is Topila 1, mwhile the Drmanska glava peak m is point of the hydrographic knot. Another prominent peak is the Korenik 1, m. Crnoljeva is rich in ores, most notably the chromium, magnesite and coal. Right through the middle of Goldstein participated in the performance at Gradina Pomul Verde “the Green Fruit-Tree Garden” that is often accounted the first professional Yiddish theater performance. Map of the territorial extent of the Bosut culture Bosut culture Serbian: It is sometimes grouped with related Basarabi culture into Bosut-Basarabi complex.

There are different views about ethnic identity of the people of Bosut culture; according to one view, they were Triballi,[1] while according to another view, they were Daco-Getaes. The city is at the foot of Vitosha Mountain in the western part of the country. It consists of two individual wind farms connected together. Situated strategically in the Gulf of Varna, the city has been a major economic, social and cultural centre for almost three millennia.

Varna, historically known as Odessos, grew from a Thracian seaside settlement to a major seaport on the Black Sea. Varna is an important centre for business, transportation, education, tourism, entertainment and healthcare.

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