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Keyword(s): icons

  • Icons on the Map
    An overview of articles.

  • Icons on the Map
    An overview of the participants' contributions to the Siena and Belfast courses.

  • Icons of Provocation
    A short reflection on asserting identity.

  • Icons of Granada
    *What effort it takes, for the light to leave Granada!It weaves between the cypresses, or conceals itself under water.* Federico García Lorca.

  • Icons of Noordlaren
    Prehistoric Dolmens as icons in the north of the Netherlands.

  • Some of the Finnish icons
    The background of our icons (continuing).

  • Icons Of Identity: Asturias
    Historical backgrounds of Asturias.

  • Icons of Identity: the Somme.
    1916.

  • Names as Icons of Identity
    As an introduction to the norwegian lessons about the norse myths, the Edda and the sagas we tried to find out from where we had our names, and this is the result: the names of the pupils in my class, 2d Ski Vederegiende Skole, Ski, Norway.

  • Five icons of Poznañ, Poland
    Five the most important (in my opinion) icons of Poznan, Poland.

  • Traditional icons in Norway
    Where and why do they exist and how do we use them?

  • Tienen, icons of identity
    Tienen and surrounding villages.

  • Some of the Finnish Icons: Jean Sibelius
    Jean Sibelius (1865-1957), Finland´s greatest Composer.

  • Some of the Finnish icons: Emil Wikström
    Emil Wikström, a Finnish sculptor.

  • Some of the Finnish icons: Eliel Saarinen
    Eliel Saarinen, a Finnish architect.

  • Icons Painted on Glass Support

  • Icons of Identity: Bobby Sands

  • Icons of identity - a short introduction
    A short explanation about the course theme and your own contribution to it.

  • Icons in Sienese history: Siena and Florence
    History and historical constructions can provide 'icons' to define our identity. Introduction to Sienese history.

  • The Monastery of Kykkos:
    three icons of Greek-Cypriot identity

    As far as the icons of identity are concerned the Monastery of Kykkos is one of most important icon of the Cypriots nationalism. Three icons of identity (the Throne of Holy Icon, the Tomb of Makarios and the Greek flag ) are expressions of the mixture of politics and religion.

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