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Masnedø is an island of Denmark, located between Selandia and Falster. The island occupies an area of ​​1.68 km² and houses a population of 156 inhabitants. You can reach Masnedø through the Masnedsund bridge from Selandia or from the Storstrøm bridge from Falster. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Church of St. Peter (in Dutch, Sint-Pieterskerk) of Leuven, Belgium, is located in the Grote Markt (the main market square of the city), just on the other side of the ornate City Hall. Built mainly in the fifteenth century in Gothic Brabanzón style, the floor of the church has the shape of a Latin cross with a low bell tower that never ended. It is, together with the Cathedral of the Santos Justo and Pastor of Alcalá de Henares in Spain, the only temple in the world that holds the title of Magisterial Church, which supposed that all its canons had to be doctors in theology. Author: wikipedia.org More information
Douai in French language, Dowaai in Dutch, is a city and French commune located in the department of North in the North-Pas-de-Calais region, capital of the douaisis region. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The bridge of Saint-Nazaire (in French: pont de Saint-Nazaire) is a cable-stayed bridge multicable in fan of France that extends on the estuary of the Loire and connects the city of Saint-Nazaire (in the called place of Penhoet, to through the commune of Montoir-de-Bretagne, where the bridge really takes off) on the right bank, to the north, with Saint-Brevin-les-Pins, on the left bank, to the south. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The University of La Rochelle (Université de La Rochelle) is a French university, located in La Rochelle. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The station of Bayonne, (in French: gare de Bayonne), is the main railway station of the French city of Bayonne. High-speed, high-line, medium-distance and regional trains circulate through it. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Bonnat Museum is a museum of fine arts, essentially of painting and graphic work (drawings and engravings), located in Bayonne (France). It has some 6,000 artistic pieces and owes its name to its main promoter, the painter Léon Bonnat, illustrious son of the town. For renovation work, the museum closed its doors in April 2011 and plans to reopen it for 2014, under the new name of the Bonnat-Helleu Museum. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The river Ugarana (French Nivelle, euskera Urdazuri) is a Basque river that runs the territory of Xareta (north of Navarre) and the Basque-French province of Labort in France. It is born in the Navarrese Pyrenees, in the basin of Urdax and Zugarramurdi and enters Labort passing through Ainhoa ​​and Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle where it joins the Sare river and then joins the Ascain.Oltos tributaries of this river are the Olabide, Artxuri, Urdazuri and the brook of Larrún. It flows into the Cantabrian Sea between San Juan de Luz and Ciboure. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The island of the pheasants (in Basque: Faisaien uhartea or Konpantzia, in French: Île des Faisans, Île de l'Hôpital or Île de la Conférence in French) is a fluvial island located near the mouth of the Bidasoa River (43 ° 20 '34 "N 01 ° 45'56" W) [1], and whose sovereignty was shared amicably between Spain and France, who agreed to take care of it for six months a year each. It is the smallest condominium territory in the world. [Citation needed] Author: wikipedia.org More information
It is known as Arlabán battle a set of military operations that were developed during the First Carlist War in Spain in the Alto de Arlabán (between Álava and Guipúzcoa) in 1836. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Frontón Atano III is a short pelota pelota court located in the town of San Sebastián (Spain), where you can play the hand and short blade. It was built in 1963 in order to respond with a blip of guarantees, to the high demand from professionals and amateurs of the Guipuzcoan capital, taking the name of Frontón Anoeta as its name. It was reformed in 1995, date in which its name was changed to the Frontón Atano III, in honor of the one considered by all the world's best Gipuzkoa pelotari in history. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The church of San Juan de Otero, now dedicated to San Bartolomé, is located inside the Natural Park of the Cañon del Río Lobos, really in the non-municipal term called: Comunero de San Bartolomé, run by the Soria municipalities of: Herrera de Soria, Nafría de Ucero and Ucero in Castilla y León (Spain); It was built in the first quarter of the 13th century, when the Romanesque style gave way to the Gothic, a transition that was reflected in the architectural work. It was part of a Templar monastery from which only the chapel is preserved. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The church of San Pedro is a Catholic temple located in the town of Villacadima municipality of Cantalojas (Guadalajara), Spain in the southern foothills of the Sierra de Pela at an altitude of 1400 meters above sea level. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Plaza de la Remonta is a square in the city of Madrid, located in the district of Tetuán and next to the street of Bravo Murillo. The project of the square, of 11,000 m² of surface was developed on the basis of a concept similar to that of the traditional main square. Like these last ones it is of pedestrian character and the buildings of the square incorporate arcades. It was inaugurated in April 1987. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The tower of the Cuzco ministerial complex is a skyscraper located in Madrid (Spain). It has received several names alluding to the ministries that it has been hosting during its history (for example, Ministry of Industry and Energy or Ministry of Economy and Finance). It has 25 floors with a total height of 100 meters and is located in the north of the Paseo de la Castellana, at the height of the Plaza de Cuzco. It is one of the five buildings that make up the Cuzco ministerial complex (or simply Cuzco Complex), which occupies the entire block along Doctor Fleming, Panama, Alberto Alcocer and Paseo de la Castellana streets, which was built between 1973 and 1980 under the address of Antonio Perpiñá. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Ministry of Defense of Spain is the current ministerial department in charge of defense policy and military administration. Its owner is Pedro Morenés. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Paseo de la Castellana (called in the nineteenth century New Promenade of the Delights of the Princess) is one of the avenues of Madrid (Spain) that runs through the city from the Plaza de Colón, in the center, to the Nudo Norte. It entered service at the beginning of the 20th century. In the first decade of the 21st century, it consists of six central and four lateral lanes. Its initial layout corresponded to the old channel of the stream of Fuente Castellana (source that flowed slightly north of the current square of Doctor Marañón), to the so-called Nuevos Ministerios, where the old hippodrome in Madrid was located. From there an extension was made, projected in the times of the First Republic, until almost reaching the limits of the old town of Fuencarral (now Madrid neighborhood). Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Convent of the Visitation of Our Lady, also called the convent of the Royal Salesas, is an architectural ensemble of Madrid (Spain), formed by a convent and palace, and a church. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Caryatids Building (also called in its beginnings as Spanish Bank of the River Plate) is a chamfered building located in Madrid, at number 49 Calle de Alcalá, on the corner with Barquillo Street, on the site of the that previously was the Palace of the Marquis of Casa-Irujo (neighbor to the Palacio de Buenavista). The denomination of the building is of popular origin due to the presence of its four imposing classical caryatids (columns in the shape of a woman) located on both sides of the main entrance of the building. The branch of the Spanish Bank of Río de la Plata acquired these lands to build its headquarters at the corner of Carrer del Barquillo and Alcalá. The designers and construction managers in charge of building the building in 1918 were the architects Antonio Palacios and Joaquín Otamendi. The building suffered subsequent extensions and modifications, which make it differ slightly from the current one. In the same way, the building has changed its name as it has changed its owner: headquarters of the Central Bank, later of the Central Bank of Spain and the Official Credit Institute. Eclectic style building of monumental character: Greek neoclassicism (Neo-Greek). Since October 2006, it has been the headquarters of the Cervantes Institute. Author: wikipedia.org More information
It was inaugurated on October 10, 1856, the date of the birthday of the then Queen Elizabeth II, thanks to the initiative of the Spanish Lyric Society, with the aim of having a space for the interpretations of zarzuelas in the capital of Spain. Its promoters were consecrated masters of the time as Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, Rafael Calleja Gómez, Joaquín Gaztambide, Rafael Hernando, José Inzenga, Francisco Salas, Luis Olona or Cristóbal Oudrid, under the financing of the banker Francisco de las Rivas. The works were commissioned to the architect Jerónimo de Gándara, although executed by José María Guallart, taking as model the Scala in Milan. This is how a horseshoe-shaped building with three box heights was. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Congress of Deputies is the Lower House of the Cortes Generales, the constitutional body that represents the Spanish people. It meets for sessions at the Palacio de las Cortes, located in the Plaza de las Cortes in Madrid. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Mercantile and Industrial Bank of Madrid. The headquarters of the Mercantile and Industrial Bank was located in the building of calle Alcalá (nº 31). It was one of the last buildings built by the architect Antonio Palacios Ramilo that was built in the period between 1933 and 1945. It currently houses several general directorates and the General Technical Secretariat of the Ministry of Education of the Autonomous Community of Madrid. Author: wikipedia.org More information
Pasaje de Matheu (formerly known as La Equidad Commercial Passage) is a street in Madrid, located in the center or old town of the city. The Street of Espoz and Mina is perpendicular that ends at the Puerta del Sol, reaching Victoria Street. The small street owes its name to Madrid investor Manuel Matheu who acquired the premises in a real estate operation during the demolition of the Convent of Our Lady of Victories that gave rise to new space to the widening of the Puerta del Sol at the end of the 19th century. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The National Museum of Painting and Sculpture, usually called Museo de la Trinidad because it had its headquarters in the old Madrid convent of La Trinidad Calzada, was a Spanish National Museum created in the wake of the Ecclesiastical Disentailment of Mendizábal (1835 - 1837) with works of convents and monasteries suppressed in Madrid and other provinces of the central zone. Its existence included from 1837 to 1872, year in which it was dissolved and its funds attached to the Prado Museum. Author: wikipedia.org More information
The Palace of the Marqués de Perales is a building designed by the architect Pedro de Ribera in the 18th century, commissioned by the Marquises of Perales del Río. It is located on Magdalena street. The building has a baroque front. At present, it is the headquarters of the Spanish Film Library, due to the restoration carried out by the architects Manuel Sainz de Vicuña and García Prieto, and Manuel Sainz de Vicuña and Melgarejo in the period from 1979 to 1983. Author: wikipedia.org More information


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