San Stefano


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San Stefano

a village in NW Turkey, near Istanbul on the Sea of Marmara: scene of the signing (1878) of the treaty ending the Russo-Turkish War
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WELCOMING The spacious Villa Damianos is named after its owner, a Corfiot who runs the bar in San Stefano
Anyone planning a trip to Egypt this summer should head for Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano where the glamorous coastal resort entices visitors with a seasonal suite promotion.
The crooner became so tired and emotional in a restaurant in Porto San Stefano that he ended up murdering his own back catalogue.
Imitations of the more important shrines in Jerusalem sprang up in various places, like at the Monastery of San Stefano in Bologna.
To avoid pro-Bracciolini attitudes in Pistoia, Lanfredino got the Grand Duke to move the investigation and the final verdicts were given by San Stefano officials, which meant that considerations of honorable behavior, when dueling was banned, interacted with the issue of criminal violence.
This was the day in 1878 when the Treaty of San Stefano was signed.
The Russians defeated the Turks and, on March 3, 1878, forced upon them the Treaty of San Stefano, in which Turkish dominions in the Balkans were virtually dismantled and Russia dominated the peninsula instead.
Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria, Egypt, is located within a multi-component project on the site of the former San Stefano Hotel on Shari El Corniche, overlooking the Mediterranean.
Most recently general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano, Khalaf began his Four Seasons career in his hometown of Cairo, first at one of the brand's two hotels in the city, then crossing the Nile to the other.
March 3 for its part is the date of the Treaty of San Stefano, signed after the 1877-1878 Russo-Turkish War which gave birth to a much larger Bulgaria but which also stationed Russian troops on its territory and was followed by another treaty splitting the nation into the Principality of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia.
He was also accused of illicitly using an apartment in the San Stefano towers, through which he ran a 'private university' that purported to be for public benefit, and procured government funds and private donations to the tune of EGP 25m.