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Montesquieu

Charles de Montesquieu was an important French philosopher, politician and writer. Born on January 18, 1689 in the city of Bordeaux (France). He is considered one of the great philosophers of the Enlightenment. Montesquieu was born in a French noble family. He studied at a religious oratory school. After completing basic education, he went to study at the University of Bordeaux and then in Paris.
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15 March 1941

15 March 1941March 1941 >AprilWar in the AirThe Luftwaffe raid LondonThe RAF raid Dusseldorf and LorientGreeceThe Greeks report defeating a major Italian offensiveHow to cite this article: Rickard, J (28 December 2007), 15 March 1941, http://www.
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The smallest countries in the world

Learn which are the smallest countries in the world and know their dimensions. Check out the table below for the ten smaller ones, sorted by their area in km². 1. Vatican City (0.44 km²) 2. Monaco (1.95 km²) 3. Nauru (21.2 km²) 4. Tuvalu (24 km²) 5. San Marino (60.5 km²) 6. Liechtenstein (160 km²) ) 7. Marshall Islands (181 km²) 8.
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Historic Sites in Iran

There’s a host of top Historic Sites in Iran to visit and among the very best are Persepolis, the Tomb of Cyrus the Great and Pasargadae. Other popular sites tend to include Kandovan Village, Tchogha Zanbil and the Rawansar Tomb.We’ve put together an experts guide to Iranian cultural places and landmarks, with our top places to visit as well as a full list of Historic Sites in Iran, which shouldn’t be ignored if you have the time.
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