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Sadovnicheskaya Street - History
... Gardener's) goes back to the 14th century gardens of prince Vasili I of Russia ... The neighborhood became an important construction site in late 18th century ... By the end of 19th century, Sadovniki became a working-class community ...
List Of Brick Gothic Buildings - Germany - Brandenburg, Berlin and Saxony-Anhalt
... Nicholas) Graues Kloster (Grey Abbey) End of 13th century Former Franciscan abbey ruined since World War II Brandenburg St.-Katharinenkirche (St. 1253–1367, choir completed 1367, additions in 15th century Town hall Begun 1253, altered in 14th century Havelberg Cathedral St ... Zinna Abbey Mainly from 1220 Former Cistercian monastery Lehnin Lehnin Abbey From end of 12th century, consecrated 1262 or 1270 Prenzlau Marienkirche (St ...
Toman (name)
... has mainly been found in Devon and Cornwall since the 17th century, however the surname is also known in the Southern Ulster counties of County Antrim and County Down, many ... Very old document about Toman name from celtic archives ( century) Ireland Toman is very old celtic name, and Marcan mac Toman is "son of Toman ...
Grand Dukes Of Lithuania - History - Territorial Expansion
... Kingdom of Galicia Bukovina Carpathian Ruthenia Early 20th-century Ukraine during World War I Ukraine after the Revolution Ukrainian Civil War Ukrainian People's ... Some researches, including 16th century Maciej Stryjkowski claim that Navahrudak was the capital of the 13th century state ...
List Of Brick Gothic Buildings - Russia
... Image Kaliningrad (Königsberg, East Prussia) Cathedral 14th century Königsberg Juditten Church Late 13th century Rodniki (Arnau, East Prussia) Arnau Church Late 14th century ...

Famous quotes containing the word century:

    The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color-line—the relation of the darker to the lighter races of men in Asia and Africa, in America and the islands of the sea. It was a phase of this problem that caused the Civil War.
    —W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt)

    A nation rushing hastily to and fro, busily employed in idleness.
    Phaedrus (c. 1st century A.D.)