Friday, June 15, 2007

  • VENO, for ancient slavs: 1) the repayment for the bride; 2) the dowry of the wife.
  • VENOZHINSKIS JUstinas (1886-1960), the Lithuanian painter. Landscapes noted by the thin picturesqueness and portraits ("A.Venuolis-Zhukauskas", 1954).
  • VENSEN (Vincennes), city in France, southeast suburb of Paris. 95 thousand inhabitants (1982). A machine industry, a chemical industry. To the south from Vensena - the former royal clasp and park - Vensensky a wood.
  • The AUSTRIAN STATE OPERA, the centre of the musical crop of Austria. It is based in 2-nd floor. 18 century as court opera, about 1918 modern title. The largest singers and conductors of Austria, etc. countries act.
  • The AUSTRIAN CLASSICAL SCHOOL, direction in the musical art, usual in 2-nd floor. 18 - nach. 19 centuries. Representatives - J.Haydn, V.A.Mozart, L.Beethoven. Having extended a previous experience of the musical creativity, they have created genres of the classical concordance, chamber band, a sonata and a concert, founded on the form of a sonatno-symphonic cycle and sonatnoj to the form. Their maximum achievements in tool{instrument}, and also in other genres (operas, masses,) have rendered oratorios the strong influence on consequent development of music and compound{make} one of tops of world art.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1961 about the diplomatic relations, the international convention; regulates the order of establishment and the arrest of the diplomatic relations, establishments of diplomatic representations and their functions, establishes{sets} diplomatic classes, the order of accreditation of the chapter of diplomatic representation and his{its} staff, volume of diplomatic immunities and privileges, etc.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1963 about a civil liability for damage, the international convention; provides the responsibility for the damage caused by nuclear facilities as sources of heightened danger, irrespective of availability or absence of guilt.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1963 about consular intercourses, codifies the norms of international law regulating consular attitudes{relations}.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1969 about the right of international treaties, the international convention; regulates the order of the conclusion and coming into force, application, explanation, the arrest and stay of action of international treaties, etc.
  • The AUSTRIAN OPERATION, 16.3-15.4.1945, during Great Domestic war. The Soviet troops of 2-nd and 3-rd Ukrainian of fronts (Marshals of Soviet Union R.J.Malinovsky and F.I.Tolbuhin) have routed a german army group "South" (the general of an infantry O.Veler) and have released Vienna (on April, 13).
  • The AUSTRIAN ARBITRATION of 1938 and 1940 governments of Germany and Italy about drive of Hungary: on 1-ìó to the Austrian arbitration - austral areas of Slovakia and Zakarpatye Ukraine from Czechoslovakia (November 1938); on 2-ìó to the Austrian arbitration - the Sowing. Transylvania from Romania (August 1940). Are liquidated as a result of rout of fascist aggressors in 2-nd world war.
  • AUSTRIAN INTERNATSIONAL, see " Internatsional 2 1/2-® ".
  • The AUSTRIAN WOOD (Wienerwald), spur of a mountain Vost. The Alpes, bliz Vienna. An altitude up to 890 m (. SHenfl). Oak and beech forests. Vacation spot.
  • The AUSTRIAN MIR 1809, see. SHenbrunnsky the world 1809.
  • The AUSTRIAN MIR 1864, has finished Danish war 1864.
  • The AUSTRIAN MIR 1866, has finished avstro-italian war 1866.
  • The AUSTRIAN TREATY OF ALLIANCE, between Austria, Venice and Russia (Vienna, on February, 8 1697) about the offensive union against Turkey and Crimean hanstva. After the conclusion Austria in 1698, and then Venice of a separate peace with Turkey has actually lost force.
  • The AUSTRIAN UNIVERSITY, Austria, is based in 1365. In 1990 over 70 thousand students.
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