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  • | Map = California in United States.svg ...rl=https://statisticalatlas.com/state/California/Languages |title=Language in California}}</ref>
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  • ...f><ref name="A13">{{cite news| first=| last=| title=Mission to Long Island in the Bahamas| work=Evangelical Association of the Caribbean| date=|url=http: ...d '''Commonwealth of The Bahamas''') is a [[archipelago|group of islands]] in the West Indies. The country's capital, [[Nassau, Bahamas|Nassau]], is on N
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  • | designation1_offname = Monticello and the [[University of Virginia]] in Charlottesville | designation1_date = 1987 <small>(11th [[World Heritage Committee|session]])</small>
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  • ...anguages, along with Spanish, as national languages and equally valid only in territories where spoken. The government recognizes 62 indigenous languages | population_census_rank = 11th
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  • ...A9A9|on the [[Europe|European continent]] (incl. the EU)}}{{legend|#90EE90|in the [[European Union]]}} ...'<br />6.6% [[Hungarians in Romania|Hungarians]]<br />2.5% [[Roma minority in Romania|Roma]]<br />2% [[minorities of Romania|other minorities]]<ref>
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  • ...= {{map caption |location_color=dark green |country='''Denmark''' |region=Europe |region_color=dark grey |subregion=the [[European Union]] |subregion_color= ...at.gl/publ/en/GF/2013/pdf/Greenland%20in%20Figures%202013.pdf ''"Greenland in Figures 2013,"''] [[Statistics Greenland]]. Retrieved 2 September 2013</ref
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  • |image_map = Europe-Norway.svg ...|location_color=dark green|region=[[Europe]]|region_color=dark grey|legend=Europe-Norway.svg}}
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  • |caption = Great Zimbabwe: Tower in the Great Enclosure. |built = 11th century
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  • ...s name is Spanish for "royal", because it was blessed by the King of Spain in [[1920]]. ...s and the [[Copa del Rey]] (King's Cup) 19 times, the most out of any team in the league. It has also won the [[UEFA Champions League]] a record 12 times
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  • ...t is also the largest [[city]] in Denmark. In 2014, 1,246,611 people lived in the [[urban area]]. Copenhagen is on the [[island]] of [[Zealand]] and the ...ed in [[Copenhagen Municipality]], and today there are 528,000 inhabitants in the [[Copenhagen Municipality|municipality]]. Near the city centre there is
    4 KB (490 words) - 11:41, 23 January 2019
  • ...(regional language), [[Austria]] (regional language), some official rights in [[Romania]], [[Ukraine]] and [[Croatia]] |map=Dist of hu lang europe.svg
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  • [[Image:Windsor Castle postcard.jpg|thumb|Windsor Castle in 1907]] ...astillo de Windsor, Inglaterra, 2014-08-12, DD 14.JPG|thumbnail|The castle in 2014]]
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  • |continent = [[Europe]] |region = Central Europe
    5 KB (709 words) - 02:59, 26 May 2018
  • ...= mostly developed into [[Middle English]] and [[Early Scots]] by the 13th century The '''Old English''' language, often called '''Anglo-Saxon''', was spoken in [[England]] from 450 <small>[[AD]]</small> to 1100 <small>AD</small>. It wa
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  • | map_caption = Location of State of Santa Catarina in Brazil | seat_type2 = [[List of largest cities in Brazil|Largest city]]
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  • ...of the Thistle.jpg|thumb|right|Banners of Knights of the Thistle, hanging in St Giles High Kirk]] ...nd|James VII]] (also King of England as James II) created the modern Order in 1687. The Order is the Sovereign and sixteen Knights and Ladies, as well as
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  • ...od''' (徳川時代 ''Tokugawa-jidai''), is the time between 1600 and 1868 in the [[history of Japan]].<ref>[[Louis-Frédéric|Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric The Tokugawa shogunate was [[wikt:established|established]] at [[Edo]] in 1603 by the [[shogun]] [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]].<ref>[[John Whitney Hall|Hall, J
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  • | map_caption = Location of the Palace of Westminster in central London ...ere is a Crown interest, in this case an interest belonging to Her Majesty in right of the Crown.}}</ref>
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  • ...Strasbourg in 1681. Since then, this church is the main Protestant church in the region. ...l schools. There is also a [[seminary]] (A special school for [[priest]]s) in the [[baroque]] building next to it.
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  • ...ersity]] in continuous operation. It was founded in [[Bologna]], [[Italy]] in about 1088.<ref>''La nostra storia'' (our history): University of Bologna. ...ier than the [[University of Oxford]], where there is evidence of teaching in 1096. <ref name="OxHist">{{cite web |url=http://www.ox.ac.uk/about_the_uni
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