Saint Nicolas

Saint Nicolas

Saint-Nicolas may refer to the following places:

Read more about Saint Nicolas:  In Belgium, In France, In Italy

Other articles related to "saint nicolas, saint":

Sinterklaas - Appearance - Zwarte Piet
... Another, more modern story is that Saint Nicolas liberated an Ethiopian slave boy called 'Piter' (from Saint Peter) from a Myra market, and the boy was so grateful he decided to stay ... The Zwarte Pieten have roughly the same relationship to the Dutch Saint Nicolas that the elves have to America's Santa Claus ... According to tradition, the saint has a Piet for every function there are navigation Pieten ("wegwijspiet") to navigate the steamboat from Spain to the Netherlands, and acrobatic Pieten to climb roofs ...
Tzeli Hadjidimitriou - Group Exhibitions
... Aquarium, at Saint Nicolas Bay Hotel, Saint Nicolas, Crete, 2005 ... at Saint Nicolas Bay Hotel, Saint Nicolas, Crete, 2004 ...
Saint Nicolas Garden
... The Saint Nicolas Garden is a public garden located on Avenue Charles Malek in the Tabaris neighborhood of the Achrafieh District, one of Beirut's largest districts ... The garden, which faces the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Nicolas, was also named in honor of Saint Nicolas ...
Montfort-sur-Meu - History and Legend - Legend
... She prays Saint Nicolas to escape from her abductor and to keep her virginity ... The Saint grants her prayers ... was coming every year in the church, around Saint Nicolas day, and was leaving one of her ducklings as an offering to the miraculous Saint ...

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