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  1. Francisco I de Francia (Cognac, 12 de septiembre de 1494-Rambouillet, 31 de marzo de 1547), conocido como el Padre y Restaurador de las Letras, el Rey Caballero y el Rey Guerrero, fue consagrado como rey de Francia el 25 de enero de 1515 en la catedral de Reims, y reinó hasta su muerte en 1547.

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  3. Francisco de Asís de Borbón y Borbón-Dos Sicilias (Aranjuez, 13 de mayo de 1822 - Épinay-sur-Seine, 17 de abril de 1902), fue rey consorte de España, por su matrimonio con la reina Isabel II, y duque de Cádiz

  4. 10/05/2022 · Fossil Fuels Program – New Orleans Apply At a time when we desperately need to reduce greenhouse emissions to prevent the worst impacts of climate change, the oil and gas industry is aggressively expanding fossil fuel infrastructure, locking us into decades of future fossil fuel use and directly harming the communities already hardest hit by climate disruption.

  5. USS San Francisco (CA-38), a New Orleans-class cruiser, was the second ship of three of the United States Navy named after the city of San Francisco, California. Commissioned in 1934, she was one of the most decorated ships of World War II , earning 17 battle stars and the Presidential Unit Citation .

  6. The original California flag used in the 1846 Bear Flag Revolt at Sonoma, which at the time was being stored in a state building in San Francisco, was also destroyed in the fire. The fire following the earthquake in San Francisco cost an estimated $350 million at the time (equivalent to $7.75 billion in 2020).

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