Out of the streets of Nazareth the people were standing in groups, talking excitedly. News had just reached their city that the great emperor of Rome had commanded all of them to go to the town or city from which their families had come and have their names written on lists. 1,361 more words
Re: NCC eyeing major new capital landmark on LeBreton Flats, Sept. 12.
Hurrah for the National Capital Commission for finally seeking ideas to develop the long-empty LeBreton Flats. 151 more words
This statue, located in Villa Borghese in Rome – Italy, was donated by the Emperor William II of Germany in 1903. It was created by Gustav Eberlein and the poet statue it is surrounded by other statues portraying characters of his works: Mignon, Faust and Iphigenia in Tauris.
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