San Fernando

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List Of Roman Catholic Dioceses (structured View) - Asia - Episcopal Conference of The Philippines
... of Bacolod Diocese of Kabankalan Diocese of San Carlos Diocese of San Jose de Antiqu Ecclesiastical Province of Lingayen-Dagupan Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan Diocese of Alaminos Diocese of Cabanatuan ...
List Of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments In The San Fernando Valley - Non-HCM Historic Sites Recognized By State and Nation
... the valley before establishing Mission San Fernando in 1797..." Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation Museum 10621 Victory Blvd North Hollywood Memorial to pioneers of aviation ... Brand Park (Memory Garden) 15174 San Fernando Mission Blvd Mission Hills Former Mission gardens across from Mission San Fernando Rey, now operated as a public park Toluca Southern Pacific Depot 11275 Chandler ... Hollywood designed by architect Robert Stacy-Judd Griffith Ranch Sylmar and San Fernando Foothill Blvd ...
Santos Balmori - Life
... he went to Europe to study, starting at the Academy of San Fernando in Spain ... His teachers in San Fernando included José Moreno Carbonero, Joaquín Sorolla and Julio Romero de Torres and studied with Salvador Dalí and Remedios Varo ... The Academy of San Fernando believed that the ideal was to reproduce reality without distortions but Balmori rebelled against this idea ...
San Fernando General Hospital
... San Fernando General Hospital is located in the City of San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago ...
San Fernando, Chiapas
... San Fernando is a town and one of the 119 Municipalities of Chiapas, in southern Mexico. ...

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