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  1. › wiki › New_FranceNew France - Wikipedia

    In 1608, King Henry IV sponsored Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons and Samuel de Champlain as founders of the city of Quebec with 28 men. This was the second permanent French settlement in the colony of Canada. Colonization was slow and difficult. Many settlers died early because of harsh weather and diseases.

  2. He illustrated books, which was published in 1622 as Palazzi di Genova.From 1606 to 1608, he was mostly in Rome when he received, with the assistance of Cardinal Jacopo Serra (the brother of Maria Pallavicini), his most important commission to date for the High Altar of the city's most fashionable new church, Santa Maria in Vallicella also known as the Chiesa Nuova.

  3. Madrid es un municipio y una ciudad de España, con categoría histórica de villa, [9] es la capital del Estado [10] y de la Comunidad de Madrid.Su término municipal, el más poblado de España, tiene empadronadas a 3 305 408 personas (INE 2021), constituyéndose como la segunda ciudad más poblada de la Unión Europea, así como su área metropolitana, con 6 779 888 habitantes empadronados.

  4. Kalimantan (toponim: Kalamantan, Calémantan, Kalémantan, Kelamantan, Kilamantan, Klamantan, Klémantan, K'lemantan, Quallamontan), atau juga disebut Borneo oleh ...

  5. › wiki › LochemLochem - Wikipedia

    Dit is een doorverwijspagina, bedoeld om de verschillen in betekenis of gebruik van Lochem inzichtelijk te maken.. Op deze pagina staat een uitleg van de verschillende betekenissen van Lochem en verwijzingen daarnaartoe.

  6. Frost fairs were a rare event even in the coldest parts of the Little Ice Age. Some of the recorded frost fairs were in 695, 1608, 1683–84, 1716, 1739–40, 1789, and 1814. Recreational cold weather winter events were far more common elsewhere in Europe, for example in the Netherlands.

  7. › wiki › John_DeeJohn Dee - Wikipedia

    John Dee (13 July 1527 – 1608 or 1609) was an English mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, teacher, occultist, and alchemist. He was the court astronomer for, and advisor to, Elizabeth I, and spent much of his time on alchemy, divination, and Hermetic philosophy. As an antiquarian, he had one of the largest libraries in England at the time.