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  1. 30 de diciembre - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 30 de diciembre El 30 de diciembre es el 364.º (tricentésimo sexagésimo cuarto) día del año en el calendario gregoriano y el 365.º (tricentésimo sexagésimo quinto) en los años bisiestos. Queda 1 día para finalizar el año. Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Celebraciones

  2. Plantilla:Efemérides - 30 de diciembre 39 .— Nace Tito ( en la imagen ), emperador romano del año 79 al 81. 1896 .— Muere, ejecutado, José Rizal, médico, escritor y nacionalista filipino, acusado de rebelión y conspiración contra la Corona española. 1922 .—

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › December_30December 30 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 534 – The second and final edition of the Code of Justiniancomes into effect in the Byzantine Empire. 2. 999 – Battle of Glenmama: The combined forces of Munster and Meath under king Brian Boru inflict a crushing defeat on the allied armies of Leinster and Dublin near Lyons Hillin Ireland. 3. 1066 – Granada massacre: A Muslim mob storms the royal palace in Granada, crucifies Jewish vizierJoseph ibn Naghrela and massacres most of the Jewish population of the city. 4. 1419 – Hundred Years' W...

    1601–1900

    1. 1702 – Queen Anne's War: James Moore, Governor of the Province of Carolina, abandons the Siege of St. Augustine. 2. 1813 – War of 1812: British soldiers burn Buffalo, New York. 3. 1816 – The Treaty of St. Louis between the United States and the united Ottawa, Ojibwa, and PotawatomiIndian tribes is proclaimed. 4. 1825 – The Treaty of St. Louis between the United States and the ShawneeNation is proclaimed. 5. 1853 – Gadsden Purchase: The United States buys land from Mexico to facilitate rail...

    1901–present

    1. 1902 – The Discovery Expedition under Robert Falcon Scott attained a Farthest South at 82°17′S in Antarctica. 2. 1903 – A fire at the Iroquois Theater in Chicago, Illinoiskills at least 605. 3. 1905 – Former Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg is assassinated at the front gate of his home in Caldwell. 4. 1906 – The All-India Muslim League is founded in Dacca, East Bengal, British India (later Dhaka, Bangladesh). 5. 1916 – Russian mystic and advisor to the Tsar Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin is m...

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    1. AD 39 – Titus, Roman emperor (probable;d. 81) 2. 159 – Empress Dowager Bian, second wife of Cao Cao, mother of Cao Wei's first emperor, Cao Pi(d. 230) 3. 1204 – Abû 'Uthmân Sa'îd ibn Hakam al Qurashi, ruler of Minorca (d. 1282) 4. 1371 – Vasily I of Moscow(d. 1425) 5. 1490 – Ebussuud Efendi, Ottoman lawyer and jurist (d. 1574) 6. 1548 – David Pareus, German theologian (d. 1622) 7. 1578 – Ulrik of Denmark, Danish prince-bishop (d. 1624)

    1601–1900

    1. 1642 – Vincenzo da Filicaja, Italian poet (d. 1707) 2. 1673 – Ahmed III, Ottoman sultan (d. 1736) 3. 1678 – William Croft, English organist and composer (d. 1727) 4. 1722 – Charles Yorke, English lawyer and politician, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain(d. 1770) 5. 1724 – Louis-Jean-François Lagrenée, French painter and educator (d. 1805) 6. 1757 – Sebastián Kindelán y O'Regan, colonial governor of East Florida, Santo Domingoand Cuba (d. 1826) 7. 1760 – Charles Sapinaud de La Rairie, French...

    1901–present

    1. 1904 – Dmitry Kabalevsky, Russian composer and academic (d. 1987) 2. 1905 – Daniil Kharms, Russian poet, author, and playwright (d. 1942) 3. 1906 – Alziro Bergonzo, Italian architect and painter (d. 1997) 4. 1906 – Carol Reed, English director and producer (d. 1976) 5. 1910 – Paul Bowles, American composer and author (d. 1999) 6. 1911 – Jeanette Nolan, American actress (d. 1998) 7. 1913 – Lucio Agostini, Italian-Canadian conductor and composer (d. 1996) 8. 1913 – Elyne Mitchell, Australian...

    Pre-1600

    1. 274 – Pope Felix I 2. 717 – Egwin of Evesham, bishop of Worcester 3. 903 – Tian Jun, Chinese warlord (b. 858) 4. 925 – Wang Shenzhi, founder of Min(b. 862) 5. 1115 – Theodoric II, Duke of Lorraine 6. 1331 – Bernard Gui, inquisitor (b. 1261 or 1262) 7. 1435 – Bonne of Berry, Regent of Savoy (b. 1362) 8. 1436 – Louis III, Elector Palatine(b. 1378) 9. 1460 – Edmund, Earl of Rutland, Irish politician, Lord Chancellor of Ireland(b. 1443) 10. 1460 – Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York(b. 1411) 11....

    1601–1900

    1. 1621 – Job of Manyava, Ukrainian monk and saint (b. 1550) 2. 1640 – John Francis Regis, French priest and saint (b. 1597) 3. 1643 – Giovanni Baglione, Italian painter and historian of art (b. 1566) 4. 1644 – Jan Baptist van Helmont, Flemish chemist, physiologist, and physician (b. 1577) 5. 1662 – Ferdinand Charles, Archduke of Austria(b. 1628) 6. 1769 – Nicholas Taaffe, 6th Viscount Taaffe, Irish-Austrian soldier and courtier (b. 1685) 7. 1777 – Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria(b....

    1901–present

    1. 1906 – Josephine Butler, English feminist and social reformer(b. 1828) 2. 1908 – Thomas-Alfred Bernier, Canadian journalist, lawyer, and politician (b. 1844) 3. 1916 – Grigori Rasputin, Russian mystic (b. 1869) 4. 1928 – Jean Collas, French rugby player and tug of warcompetitor (b. 1874) 5. 1937 – Hans Niels Andersen, Danish businessman, founded the East Asiatic Company(b. 1852) 6. 1940 – Childe Wills, American engineer (b. 1878) 7. 1941 – El Lissitzky, Russian photographer and architect (...

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    Day of the Declaration of Slovakia as an Independent Ecclesiastic Province (Slovakia)
    Rizal Day (Philippines)
    The fifth day of Kwanzaa(United States)
  4. Diciembre es el duodécimo y último mes del año en el calendario gregoriano y tiene 31 días. Su nombre deriva de haber sido el décimo mes del calendario romano legendariamente atribuido a Rómulo . Es conocido principalmente por ser mundialmente el mes de la Navidad y de la Nochevieja . Índice 1 Acontecimientos en diciembre 2 Otros datos

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    Fue inaugurada en dos ocasiones. La obra civil se inauguró el 31 de mayo de 2007, pero la apertura al servicio de pasajeros recién tuvo lugar el 18 de octubre de 2007 junto con las estaciones Venezuela, Humberto I, Inclán y Caseros. Fue la terminal norte de la línea hasta diciembre del 2010 (poco más de 3 años) que se inauguró la estación Corriente...

    En el tímpano, escaleras y vestíbulo se encuentran obras sobre la vida de Aníbal Troilo del artista Hermenegildo Sabat, como parte del paseo cultural del tango.[1]​[2]​[3]​[4]​

    El 19 de marzo de 2015 la Legislatura de la Ciudad aprobó por unanimidad el cambio de nombre de la estación que pasó a llamarse "Once - 30 de Diciembre" en homenaje a las víctimas del incendio en el boliche República Cromañón ocurrido del 30 de diciembre de 2004. El proyecto, redactado por el legislador Marcelo Ramal (PO-FIT) y acompañado por los l...

    Se encuentran en las cercanías de esta: 1. Plaza Miserere 2. Centro Médico Barrial (CMB) N° 29 3. Centro Educativo de Nivel Primario N° 58 4. Jardín MaternalN° 06/02° 5. Centro Educativo de Nivel Primario N° 20 - Centro La Balsa 6. Escuela Técnica N.º 26 Confederación Suiza 7. Liceo N.º 10 Ricardo Rojas 8. Bachillerato con Orientación Artística N° ...

    Subterráneos de Buenos Aires (ed.). «Mapa de estaciones de subte». Consultado el 3 de septiembre de 2015.