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People from Schleswig-Flensburg

                                               

People from Segeberg

                                               

People from Steinburg

                                               

People from Stormarn

                                               

People from Altenburger Land

                                               

People from Eichsfeld (district)

                                               

People from Gotha (district)

                                               

People from Greiz (district)

                                               

People from Hildburghausen (district)

                                               

People from Ilm-Kreis

                                               

People from Kyffhauserkreis

                                               

People from Nordhausen (district)

                                               

People from Saale-Holzland-Kreis

                                               

People from Saale-Orla-Kreis

                                               

People from Saalfeld-Rudolstadt

                                               

People from Schmalkalden-Meiningen

                                               

People from Sommerda (district)

                                               

People from Sonneberg (district)

                                               

People from Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis

                                               

People from Wartburgkreis

                                               

People from Weimarer Land

                                               

People from Oldenburg Land

                                               

People from the Rhineland

                                               

Jost Maurer

Johann von Trarbach was a German mason, architect and construction entrepreneur. His nickname means Jost, the stonemason in German. Jost Maurer carried out the expansion of the Wolf monastery to the North of Traben-Trarbach around 1498 and erecte ...

                                               

Politicians from Corfu (regional unit)

                                               

Politicians from Elis

                                               

Nikolaos Tsangas

                                               

Xanthi Konstantinidou

Konstantinidou began her career as a footballer, playing as a centre-forward for Olympiad Thessaloniki and Thessaloniki 80 from 1979 to 1983. In 1983, she became the first woman to receive an "A" coaching license in Greece. She began her coaching ...

                                               

Eachmilidh Mac Artain

Eachmilidh Mac Artain, also called McCartin, and Acholie McCartan), was head of the Mac Artain lineage and Lord of Kinelarty in what is now County Down. He is first mentioned in an English account of 1575. Along with other Ulster lords he made a ...

                                               

GAA people from Ulster

                                               

Luca Gotti

Born in Adria, Rovigo, Gotti played as a midfielder for amateur clubs, such as Contarina, San Donà and Caerano in the lower divisions of Italy. He achieved promotions twice during his career, with Contarina to Eccellenza after winning the 1989–90 ...

                                               

Sportspeople from Ancona

                                               

Sportspeople from Arezzo

                                               

Giovanni Ricchiuti

Giovanni Ricchiuti is an Italian archbishop of the Catholic church. On 15 October, hes been appointed as archbishop of the diocese of Altamura-Gravina-Acquaviva delle Fonti.

                                               

Sportspeople from Benevento

                                               

Pietro Giuseppe Gaetano Boni

Born probably in Bologna, in the title page of his published works he is qualified as abate Abbot and had a musical formation probably under the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna, of which he was later member. Since 1711 he was in Rome with Arcang ...

                                               

Parsifal Bassi

                                               

Sportspeople from Bolzano

                                               

Giovanni Cocco

                                               

University of Camerino alumni

                                               

Florius of Camerota

Florius of Camerota was a royal justiciar of the Kingdom of Sicily who worked an itinerant circuit throughout the Principality of Salerno, across different local jurisdictions, between 1150 and 1189. He hailed from Camerota in the Principality, a ...

                                               

Dante Bini

Dante Natale Bini or Dante Bini is an Italian industrial designer and architect. He is noted for inventing the Binishell, which is a reinforced thin concrete shell structure that can be lifted and shaped by air pressure. He is also considered a p ...

                                               

Zalone da Cento

                                               

Francesco Albizzi

Cardinal Albizzi was born in Cesena on 24 October 1593 to Tommso Albizzi and FRancesca Funetti. He was ordained Priest in 164. Pope Innocent X made him a Cardinal-Priest of Santa Maria in Via on 2 March 1654 and reclined it on the 23rd. During hi ...

                                               

Sportspeople from Como

                                               

Augusto Fiorentini

                                               

Luciano Zardi

                                               

Andrea Acciaioli

Andrea Acciaioli was an Italian noblewoman, as the Countess of Altavilla in the 14th century. Born in Florence she was a friend of Giovanni Boccaccio, and the person to whom he dedicated his book On Famous Women.

                                               

Dario Cecchi

The Best of Enemies 1961. Cyrano and dArtagnan 1964. Fear Sand 1948. The Black Tulip 1964. The Adventures of Gerard 1970. Les Miserables 1948. (Отверженные 1948) Neapolitan Turk 1953. (Неаполитанский Турка 1953) Tragic Spell 1951. (Трагическое За ...

                                               

Emilio Cecchi

Emilio Cecchi was an Italian screenwriter and film producer. He also directed two short documentaries in the late 1940s. He was made head of production at Cines Studios, Italys leading film company, in the early 1930s.

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