Capodistria


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, Ital. Capodistria, town (1991 pop. 24,704), in Slovenia, on the Istrian peninsula in the Gulf of Trieste. It is a fishing port and has salt mines and a radio factory. From 1278 until 1797 the town was the capital of Istria under Venetian rule.
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Woodhouse, Capodistria, the Founder of Greek Independence (London: Oxford University Press, 1973); and Grigorii Arsh, Ioann Kapodistriia vRossii, 1809-1822 (Moscow: Aleteiia, 2003).
Vlado Kotnik es profesor asociado de antropologia en el Departamento de Estudios de Medios de la Universidad de Primorska, en Koper, Capodistria, Eslovenia.
A., Saggio di bibliografia istriana, pubblicato a spese di una societapatria, Capodistria, G.
(11.) Foscolo refers here to Giovanni Conte di Capodistria, Ministro degli Esteri delle Russie, who at the time resided in London.
Desde 1992 es Profesor de Teoria de la Literatura y Critica Literaria en la Universidad Capodistria de Atenas.
"A Trieste--dice una sua lettera Milanese dell'aprile 1946--non posso tornare perche non ho la forza di subire una seconda (inevitabile) campagna razziale.'>> Dopo la fine della seconda guerra mondiale, Trieste e il suo territorio vennero nominati "Territorio Libero di Trieste" (TLT, 1947-1954), diviso in due zone: la Zona A, amministrata da un governo militare alleato anglo-americano; la Zona B, comprensiva dell'Istria Nord-Occidentale, amministrata dall'esercito Jugoslavo, con sede amministrativa a Capodistria, cf.
Capodistria oedd yr enw Eidalaidd ar y lle, ac roedd y geiriau ar y pacedi cawl yma yn gwbl ddwyieithog - Slofeneg ac Eidaleg.
I encountered great and almost unimaginable problems in my attempts to contact the mayor and deputy mayor of the bilingual municipality of Koper/ Capodistria.
My only regret is that a footnote system was not added in order to explain "the bullet that ended the life of the governor" (the assassination of Capodistria) or Spetses's Great Lady or Calliroe Parren, or the removal of bones to charnel houses--unobtrusively, even in the text, the way that tous Evdhomikonta is rendered not as "Septuagint" but as "the Greek translation of the Old Testament."
The elder Pier Paolo Vergerio of Capodistria, for instance, was not "a Florentine writer" (73); staia of wheat, a solid, should not be converted into liquid measures (175, 241).
As part of the process of constructing a Kulturbesitz, the organizers of the conference invited two speakers, Lovro Zupanovic and Ivano Cavallini, to compare Gallus with two composers active east of the Adriatic: Julije Skjavetic (Giulio Schiavetti) in what is now Croatia and Nicolo Toscano, maestro di cappella at Capodistria in 1584.
Tele+l channels are those that Berlusconi could spare from his three networks, while Tele+2 is no other than the old Tele Capodistria network (formerly originating from Slovenia).