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  1. Santa Maria Maggiore - Wikipedia

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    The basilica's 16th-century coffered ceiling, to a design by Giuliano da Sangallo, is said to be gilded with gold, initially brought by Christopher Columbus, presented by Ferdinand and Isabella to the Spanish pope, Alexander VI. The apse mosaic, the Coronation of the Virgin, is from 1295, signed by the Franciscan friar, Jacopo Torriti.

  2. History of the Dominican Republic - Wikipedia

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    Jul 16, 2020 · The recorded history of the Dominican Republic began when the Genoa-born navigator Christopher Columbus, working for the Spanish Crown, happened upon a large island in the region of the western Atlantic Ocean that later came to be known as the Caribbean.

    • Dominican Independence
  3. Santo Domingo - Wikipedia

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    The year 1992 marked the 500th anniversary, El Quinto Centenario, of Christopher Columbus' Discovery of the Americas. The Columbus Lighthouse – Faro a Colón – was erected in Santo Domingo in honor of this occasion, with an approximate cost of 400 million Dominican pesos .

  4. Knights of Columbus - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors manages the fixed-income strategies for their funds while Boston Advisors sub-advises on the equity strategies. Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors also offers model portfolio, outsourced CIO [clarification needed] services, a bank loan strategy, and other alternative investment strategies.

  5. History of Italy - Wikipedia

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    Jul 20, 2020 · Effectively, in spite of Italy having given birth to some great explorers such as Christopher Columbus, Amerigo Vespucci and Giovanni da Verrazzano, the discovery of the New World undermined the importance of Venice and other Italian ports as commercial hubs by shifting Europe's center of gravity westward towards the Atlantic.

  6. Isabel I de Castella - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

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    Christopher Columbus (1985) (Lorimar i Antenne 2), d'Alberto Lattuada; reina: Faye Dunaway Réquiem por Granada (1990), TVE True adventures of Christopher Columbus (1992) (BBC), dirigida per Patrick Barlow i Philip Bonham-Carter; Miranda Richardson

  7. Deaths in July 2019 - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Jul 27, 2020 · The following is a list of deaths that should be noted in July 2019.For deaths that should be noted before the month that the world is in, please see "Months". Names under each date are noted in the order of the alphabet by last name or pseudonym.

  8. Ohio – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    4 days ago · Coordenadas: 40.5° N 82.5° O Ohio State of Ohio Estado dos Estados Unidos Símbolos Bandeira Selo Lema With God all things are possible (do inglês: Com Deus todas as coisas são possíveis) Apelido(s) The Buckeye State; Birthplace of Aviation; The Heart of It All Localização Localização do Ohio nos Estados Unidos. Coordenadas 40.5° N 82.5° O Capital Columbus Maior cidade Columbus ...

  9. Jorge da Costa - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

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    Jul 22, 2020 · Dom Jorge da Costa (1406 – 18 de setembre de 1508) va ser un Cardenal portuguès.. Biografia. Nascut a Alpedrinha, Fundão, és sovint anomenat el Cardenal d'Alpedrinha.Va ser un de molts fills de Martim Vaz i de Catarina Gonçalves.

  10. Grã-Colômbia – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Origem do nome. O nome oficial do país na época era República da Colômbia. [10] Os historiadores têm adotado o termo "Grã-Colômbia" para distinguir essa república da atual República da Colômbia, que começou a usar esse nome em 1863, embora muitos usassem Colômbia, confusões não ocorriam.