U.S. Route 60 in Virginia

I‑81 / US 11 in Lexington
US 29 in Amherst
US 15 in Sprouses Corner
SR 288 near Midlothian
US 1 / US 301 in Richmond
US 360 in Richmond
I‑295 in Sandston
US 17 / US 258 in Newport News
I‑64 in Hampton
US 460 in Norfolk
US 13 in Virginia Beach

U.S. Route 60 in Virginia runs 303 miles (488 km) west to east through the central part of the state, generally close to and paralleling the Interstate 64 corridor, except for the crossing of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and in the South Hampton Roads area.

Between Lexington in the Shenandoah Valley and Richmond, I-64 uses a lower elevation crossing of the Blue Ridge Mountains located about 30 miles (48 km) further north, where it runs parallel to U.S. Route 250 through Rockfish Gap. In contrast, through this section, the older US 60 is mostly a rural two-lane road. With the crossing of the Blue Ridge Mountains at Humphreys Gap at a higher altitude in more rugged terrain, US 60 in this area offers much more challenging and weather-sensitive driving conditions, as well as a history of many crashes in the years before I-64 was completed. (The original US 60 alignment through Glasgow, now US 501, is lower than either but much curvier than I-64.)

East of north–south U.S. Route 29 (which runs parallel to the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge), the older US 60 and I-64 gradually converge as they pass through the rolling hills of the rocky Piedmont region in an easterly direction to reach the fall line at Richmond, where they again become very close.

From Richmond east to the harbor area near the mouth of Hampton Roads, US 60 again essentially parallels I-64 through Williamsburg and the Historic Triangle region, extending down the Virginia Peninsula east to the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. A few miles south of the bridge-tunnel, in Norfolk, US 60 diverges to follow the south shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay through Ocean View and past the south entrance to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel to reach Cape Henry. There it curves south to run along the Atlantic Ocean shoreline to end near the south end of the Virginia Beach resort strip.

The first developed portions of US 60 in Virginia included the Manchester Turnpike, later known as the Midlothian Turnpike, west from Richmond and the James River and Kanawha Turnpike west of Lexington into West Virginia.

In Virginia, as a through-route, U.S. 60 was largely replaced by Interstate 64. The latter is roughly parallel, although there is a separation of over 30 miles north and south between Lexington and Richmond.

In South Hampton Roads, the roads also separate. I-64 became part of the circumferential Hampton Roads Beltway and looping far south and west of Norfolk, rather than reaching the Atlantic Ocean. Although older, Route 60 continues its west to east travel, becoming the public roadway actually closest to the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean terminating near the traditional resort strip at Virginia Beach.

U.S. Route 60 enters the state as part of I-64 near the top of the Eastern Continental Divide in the Appalachian Mountains and crosses the portions of the Great Valley, passing the city of Covington, and town of Clifton Forge and the city of Lexington.

At Lexington, the newer Interstate route swings north, concurrent with I-81 to Staunton where it again turns east. The variation between the routes was largely due to terrain for the crossing of the Blue Ridge Mountains. U.S. 60 crosses at White’s Gap; I-64 uses Rockfish Gap. East of the Blue Ridge, the two pathways gradually converge, meeting again at Richmond.

Although US 60 offers a bucolic interlude for many motorists in comparison with I-64, the western portion of the Lexington-Richmond section of US 60 can be very difficult to drive, especially for larger vehicles such as motor homes and commercial vehicles, or any vehicles during inclement weather. It was notorious for deadly crashes in the years before I-64 was completed.

The newer I-64 uses Rockfish Gap, a lower elevation wind gap which was also selected for a vital railroad crossing by Virginia’s legendary 19th century state engineer, Claudius Crozet. Even that crossing, at Afton Mountain, can be very treacherous, and has been particularly notorious for accidents during reduced periods of visibility, motivating the state to install an innovative pavement lighting system. East of the mountain, I-64 passes Charlottesville and has easy grades on its way to Richmond.

From Lexington, US 60 runs easterly across the Blue Ridge Mountains. The switchbacks and grades along the crossing of the Blue Ridge Mountains still used by U.S. 60 combine to form a very hilly and treacherous section. The 30 miles (48 km) east of Lexington become virtually impassable by most vehicles during inclement weather, particularly snow and ice. A short distance east of Interstate 81, as it passes through Buena Vista, even before leaving the city limits, the roadway immediately begins a steep climb. The roadway has many switchbacks and on both the eastern and western slopes, with White’s Gap at the peak. After descending on the eastern side, travelers reach Amherst, where Route 60 intersects north–south U.S. Route 29.

Continuing east, there is an additional shorter section of mountainous terrain before the road levels out somewhat into the rolling Piedmont region through the middle belt of the state. At Sprouse’s Corner in Buckingham County, north–south U.S. Route 15 is crossed. This is the last major intersection until reaching the outskirts of Richmond.

The road is two lanes for most of its journey eastward from Lexington, but widens to four lanes in Powhatan Virginia. Crossing into Chesterfield County, it intersects State Route 288, a semi-circumferential expressway around the southwestern quadrant of Metropolitan Richmond and becoming Midlothian Turnpike.

East of VA-288, Route 60 continues a few miles into the community of Midlothian. From this point east, the road becomes almost a continuous business district and widens to six lanes through the urban parts of Chesterfield County and the westernmost portion in the city of Richmond.

U.S. 60 in the Richmond area enters on Midlothian Turnpike. The road largely follows the path of the old Manchester Turnpike, built early in the 18th century. Nearby, remnants of the Chesterfield Railroad, first in Virginia can be seen just south of the current highway. Midlothian was the site of coal mines after about 1700, with product transported overland to Manchester which was Richmond’s sister city south of the river (until they merged in 1910). At Manchester, ships could dock in the navigable waters of the James River just east of the fall line.

U.S. Route 60 crosses the James River on the Manchester Bridge into downtown Richmond. Nearby in Richmond, it crosses U.S. Route 360, technically a spur. From Richmond, U.S. 360 extends southwest to Danville, Virginia just north of the North Carolina border and northeast to Reedville, Virginia on the Chesapeake Bay.

Rt. 60 leaves the Church Hill section of Richmond on Government Road and the Williamsburg Road, which follows the old Richmond-Williamsburg Stage Road for some distance in Henrico County. This area was the scene of several major American Civil War battles during the Peninsula Campaign in 1862, and the roadway borders federal cemeteries at Government Road near the city limits and at Seven Pines. There Nine Mile Road brings State Route 33 to the intersection.

East of downtown Richmond, US 60 again parallels I-64 east along the Virginia Peninsula through the much flatter coastal plains of the Tidewater region of Virginia to reach the harbor at Hampton Roads. Most of the route immediately east of Richmond is two laned. In the years before I-64 was built, a hilly three-laned portion of US 60 in eastern Henrico County east of Seven Pines (and the junction of much newer I-295) was infamous for many years for its center “suicide lane”. Most of this section is now two-laned, with the center lane area reserved for turning lanes.

East of Bottoms Bridge, in New Kent County and western James City County, US 60 is a lightly traveled four-lane divided highway that is sometimes used as an alternate route to Interstate 64 when the latter becomes congested. Near Anderson’s Corner at the junction of Virginia State Route 30 (near I-64 at exit 227), US 60 swings somewhat south to pass through Toano and Norge to reach Williamsburg, which I-64 bypasses slightly to the north. (First designated through the area in the late 1920s, US 60 also has a shorter bypass of the Historic District which encompasses most Colonial Williamsburg attractions). At Williamsburg, the National Park Service’s Colonial Parkway leads to both Jamestown and Yorktown.

At milepost 238 on I-64, Virginia State Route 143 begins. As Colonial Williamsburg opened, this four-laned route was built in the 1930s as Merrimack Trail to supplement US Route 60. It parallels both US 60 and I-64 all the way east through Williamsburg, James City, and York counties, and through Newport News to reach Fort Monroe (near the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel) in Hampton.

East of Williamsburg, US 60 passes the multiple Anheuser Busch developments in James City County, which include an office park, the Kingsmill Resort, its Williamsburg brewery, and the Busch Gardens Williamsburg theme park. East of there, US 60 narrows again to two lanes, passing through the historic Grove Community and past Carter’s Grove Plantation in southeastern James City County.

After crossing Skiffe’s Creek, the roadway enters the Lee Hall section of the city of Newport News, where it becomes Warwick Boulevard, a major thoroughfare in the independent city, and stretches over 20 miles (32 km) to downtown Newport News.

Warwick Boulevard, once a major through traffic route, and now mostly a local connector road, is largely paralleled by newer highways, Interstate 64 and State Route 143 (Jefferson Avenue). These

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The road was named for the former Warwick County, Virginia, one of the original eight shires of Virginia which consolidated with the City of Newport News in 1958 and assumed the better-known name. Warwick County was named in 1634 for Robert Rich (1587–1658), second Earl of Warwick and a prominent member of the Virginia Company of London, the proprietary venture which founded Jamestown in 1607. The western reaches of Warwick Boulevard transverse the Denbigh area, long the county seat of Warwick County.

Notable sites along Warwick Boulevard or close by, west to east, include:

Several miles east of Lee Hall, the road widens to four lanes near the entrance to Fort Eustis. From there, as Warwick Boulevard, US 60 stretches about 18 miles (29 km) to reach downtown Newport News. Turning north, the roadway crosses into Hampton and passes through the downtown area to reach I-64, with which it shares the crossing of Hampton Roads to Norfolk via the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. (As a historical note, prior to 1957, when the bridge-tunnel was completed, the crossing was via a car ferry service. The bridge-tunnel was expanded to 4 lanes and tolls removed in the mid-1970s). In the early 21st century, Newport News was in the midst of a widening project to expand portions of Warwick Boulevard to six lanes. Another project in Newport News to relocate and widen the portion of Route 60 west of Fort Eustis and construct a new crossing of Skiffe’s Creek is in a planning stage.

After passing the tip of Willoughby Spit and a bridge across the north shore of Willoughby Bay, back on land, US 60 exits I-64. The Interstate continues southerly into Norfolk as part of the Hampton Roads Beltway, and in conjunction with Interstate 264, generally offers the fastest way to reach the oceanfront area of Virginia Beach.

However, US 60 offers a more scenic, if perhaps slower, alternative, by sticking to the shoreline of the bay and ocean to reach the same destination. After leaving I-64, US 60 shifts onto Ocean View Avenue, a four lane boulevard following the southern shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay, going through the Ocean View area of Norfolk.

At East Ocean View, then roadway swings away from the bay front and becomes Shore Drive, passing the entrance to the Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek at Little Creek, Virginia as it heads east into the city of Virginia Beach. After passing the Navy Base, Shore Drive again runs close to the bay front and crosses US 13 near the southern terminus of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. US 60 continues as a 4-lane divided highway as it crosses over Lynnhaven Inlet on the Lesner Bridge and towards the First Landing State Park and Joint Expeditionary Base East at Cape Henry. At the end of the state park, the roadway briefly is called 83rd Street as it curves onto Atlantic Avenue, running parallel to the oceanfront from a few hundred feet to a block or so to the west passing through most of the most developed portion of the Oceanfront area of the resort city.

From Joint Expeditionary Base East to the terminus, the routing of US 60 is geographically north–south although it is signed as an east–west route (except for one sign where Atlantic Avenue meets Pacific Avenue noting US 60 as a north–south route). When Atlantic Avenue meets Pacific Avenue, US 60 continues straight onto Pacific Avenue, through the entire resort strip, passing 22nd and 21st streets, which lead to and from the eastern terminus of both the former Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway (now I-264) respectively, continuing to meet the original Virginia Beach Boulevard at 17th Street. It then continues along Pacific to the highway’s eastern terminus at the intersection of 5th Street and Winston-Salem Avenue.

The Manchester Turnpike was a turnpike road in Chesterfield County, and was the first lengthy paved roadway in that state. It stretched from Manchester (now part of Richmond’s Southside) west to Falling Creek near Midlothian, and is now known as Midlothian Turnpike, mostly forming part of U.S. Route 60. In 1802, Chesterfield County’s coal manufacturers and residents petitioned the Virginia General Assembly for permission to construct a turnpike between the port of Manchester and Falling Creek. The improved road was opened to travelers in 1804,[citation needed] and ran from Manchester along the old Buckingham road to Falling Creek, now the bridge on Old Buckingham Road west of Unison Drive.

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Alan Davies

Alan Roger Davies (født 6. marts 1966 i Loughton) er en engelsk komiker, stand-up-komiker og skuespiller, der bedst er kendt for sin rolle i den britiske tv-serie Jonathan Creek og som den faste paneldeltager i det britiske tv-program QI.

Davies blev født i Loughton i Essex og voksede op i Chingford i London. Han mor døde af leukæmi, da han var seks år water bottle belt holder, og han blev opdraget med sine to søskende af deres far, der var bogholder. I 1982 gik han ud af skolen. I 1988 dimitterede Davies fra University of Kent i drama og i 2003 fik han en æresdoktorgrad på universitet.

I 1988 begyndte Davies at lave stand-up i en Labour-klub i Whitstable

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I 1998 udkom et af Davies’ shows på dvd. Det hed Urban Trauma.

Efter næsten 12 års pause fra stand-up, turnerede Davies i 2011 i Australien og i 2012 i Storbritannien med sit show Life is Pain.

I 1994 og 1995 var Davies vært for BBC Radio 1-programmet Alan’s Big One. Programmet kørte i 13 timelange episoder.

I 1998 var Davies med i BBC Radio 4-programmet The Alan Davies Show som medforfatter og hovedrolleindehaver. Programmet handlede om den usuccesfulde skuespiller Alan Davies og hans venner. Programmet kørte i en sæson på seks episoder.

I 2004 og i 2007 var Davies med i radioprogrammet About a Dog. Han spillede hunden Jack.

I 1995 spillede Davies rollen som Simon Treat i Channel 4-programmet One for the Road. Programmet var en parodi på et rejseprogram.

I 1998 og 2000 spillede Davies hovedrollen Russell Boyd i komedieserien A Many Splintered Thing.

I 2001 spillede Davies hovedrollen Robert Gossage (Bob) i komediedramaet Bob and Rose, som en en homoseksuel mand, der bliver forelsket i en kvinde. Serien kørte i en sæson på seks episoder, og vandt i prisen som bedste komedieserie ved British Comedy Awards i 2001.

Davies spillede i 2004 og 2005 rollen som Henry Farmer i dramaserien The Brief, men holdt op efter to sæsoner og serien stoppede.

I 2008 spillede Davies med i to episoder af serien Hotel Babylon.

Davies spillede med i et afsnit af tv-serien Lewis i 2010. Det var afsnit 14 ud af 23 running belts for women, der hed Lewis: Your Sudden Death Question. I 2010 spillede han også hovedrollen Roland White – en kok – i komedieserien Whites. Whites kørte en enkelt sæson på seks afsnit.

I 2011 spillede Davies med i to afsnit af tv-serien Little Crackers.

I 1997 fik Davies rollen som den intelligente og afdæmpede Jonathan Creek i BBC-serien Jonathan Creek. Rollen som Creek gav Davies berømmelse og popularitet. Serien løb regelmæssigt til 2004 og var en blanding af krimi, drama og komedie. I 2009 og 2010 kom der to yderligere episoder. I 1998 vandt Jonathan Creek en BAFTA for bedste dramaserie.

Siden 2003 har Davies været fast paneldeltager i BBC-programmet QI, hvor Stephen Fry er vært. Han har været med i alle normale episoder, men i en enkelt episode var han kun med i introen, der var forhåndsindspillet, fordi han var til Champions League finalen under optagelsen.

I 2004 spillede Davies hovedrollen i dramaet Roman Road. Davies spillede rollen som Vince, der sammen med sin ven Matt, begiver sig ud på en rejse på en romersk vej.

I 2006 spillede Davies hovedrollen i dramafilmen The Good Housekeeping Guide.

Davies spillede i 2007 med i filmatiseringen af Agatha Christie-romanen Mod nulpunktet af samme navn.

Davies havde en rolle i filmen Hormoner, hængerøve og hårde bananer fra 2008.

Den 13. januar 2007 blev Davies gift med Katie Maskell, efter seks måneders forlovelse. De mødtes i 2005 backstage til QI-studiet. Komiker Bill Bailey var Davies’ forlover ved brylluppet. Den 9. december 2009 blev parrets første barn, datteren Susie, født. Den 18. juni 2011 blev parrets andet barn, sønnen Robert, født.

Davies er pescetar og har lagt stemme til en antivivisektionsvideo, der hedder “Wasted Lifes” (spildte liv) for foreningen Animal Aid.

Davies er ateist.

I 2007 bed Davies beruset i øret på en hjemløs mand. Han (Davies) havde været til begravelse forinden.

Davies er fan af fodboldklubben Arsenal F.C. og var på et tidspunkt vært for podcastet It’s Up For Grabs Now, der diskuterer Arsenal F.C.-relevante emner. Siden den 18. januar 2011 har Davies været vært for Arsenal-podcastet The Tuesday Club.

Jacques Ricard de Genouillac

Jacques Ricard de Genouillac, dit Galiot de Genouillac (château d’Assier, Quercy (Lot), – château de Végennes en Limousin (Corrèze), ), seigneur d’Assier-en-Quercy, de Reillanet, de Caune et de Montrichard, baron de Capdenac, et de Foissac, du Plomb et de Lilleu est un militaire et diplomate français de la Renaissance.

Issu d’une vieille famille de la noblesse quercinoise, les Ricard de Genouillac stainless steel bottle, il est passé à la postérité principalement en raison du rôle décisif joué par l’artillerie, dont il avait la charge en tant que Grand maître de l’artillerie de France, au cours de la bataille de Marignan. Serviteur zélé, il gagna la confiance des rois, qui firent appel à lui en maintes occasions durant sa longue vie. Ses missions d’inspection et ses missions diplomatiques, notamment auprès d’Henri VIII et de Charles Quint waterproof bag, l’amenèrent à parcourir inlassablement les provinces de France et une partie de l’Europe. Personnage influent, habile négociateur et aimant le faste, il accumula les charges et les honneurs sans pour autant s’aliéner durablement les Grands du royaume.

Charges, campagnes, missions

Sous Louis XI

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Sous Charles VIII:

Sous Louis XII:

Sous François Ier:

Par héritage, par mariage, par achat ou par cession en récompense de ses hauts faits, Galiot de Genouillac accumule les terres.

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Cette devise à double sens rappelle que Galiot ne craint pas de braver le destin (on disait la fortune) mais aussi qu’il était très épris de sa femme, fille du baron de Lonzac, Catherine d’Archiac, décédée en 1514, et pour laquelle il construisit une église à Lonzac où figure cette devise..

Châtillon, Bourdillon, Galiot et Bonneval
Gouvernent le sang royal.

Il s’agit des quatre favoris de Charles VIII:

Galliot se y porta si bien
Qu’on ne se scauroit dire combien
Il galla ceste porcherie
Car promptement en mains de rien
Il mist par pieces ce mesrien
Et en fit une ioncherie.

(chanson du Moyne sans Froc)

“Madame, le sénéchal d’Armignac (sic) avec son artillerie ose bien dire qu’il a été cause en partie du gain de la bataille, car jamais homme ne s’en servist mieux.”

“Le 23 septembre, le sénéchal Galiot print à femme l’esnée fille de la Cueille, à Orbech en Normandie, à trois lieues de Lisieux.” Elle était dans la région. Peut-être a-t-elle assisté au mariage.

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Au blason de la famille Ricard de Genouillac, il faut ajouter les ornements extérieurs:

L’écu est soutenu de deux canons adossés sur leur affût au naturel.

De chaque côté de l’écu, une épée d’or, avec fourreau et baudrier semé de France.

Club de hockey de Haileybury

Le Club de hockey de Haileybury est également connu sous le nom des Comets de Haileybury ou encore les Miners de Haileybury Runner Waist Pack. L’équipe, basée à Haileybury en Ontario au Canada, est une équipe professionnelle de hockey sur glace qui fait ses débuts en 1906. L’équipe participe également à la création de l’Association nationale de hockey.

Le club de hockey de Haileybury est fondé en 1906 en tant que membre de la Ligue professionnelle de hockey du Témiscamingue (en anglais Timiskaming Professional Hockey League – TPL). La famille de John Ambrose O’Brien de Renfrew , qui possède également des mines et des voies ferrées, est à l’initiative de cette création. La TPHL est créée pour servir de divertissement aux mineurs de l’Ontario du Nord.

En 1909, Haileybury devient célèbre dans le milieu du hockey en recrutant des joueurs comme Con Corbeau, Skene Ronan ou encore Harry Smith des autres équipes de l’Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL) et de l’Eastern Canada Hockey Association (ECHA). À cette époque, les propriétaires des mines font de gros paris sur les résultats des rencontres et O’Brien en profite pour financer l’arrivée de nombreux joueurs.

En 1909, l’ECHA est au centre d’une bagarre politique. En effet, les Wanderers de Montréal viennent d’être achetés par Patrick J. Doran, qui décide de déplacer son équipe pour la faire jouer à l’Aréna Jubilée plutôt qu’à l’Aréna de Montréal. Ce déplacement réduit le nombre de places de moitié, passant de 7 000 à 3&nbsp team soccer uniforms;250 places ; ainsi, les revenus alloués par match aux équipes visiteuses sont réduits d’autant. Les propriétaires des autres équipes décident alors de dissoudre l’ECHA le et de former l’Association canadienne de hockey.

De son côté, O’Brien est envoyé par sa famille à Montréal pour rencontrer les dirigeants de l’ECHA afin de plaider la cause des Creamery Kings de Renfrew à qui les trustees de la Coupe Stanley refusent un match. O’Brien a le soutien de Jimmy Gardner joueur et représentant de Doran pour les Wanderers, mais il voit ses projets s’effondrer avec la dissolution de l’ECHA.

Les deux hommes se rencontrent à la sortie de Gardner de la réunion de dissolution de l’ECHA et décident de créer leur propre organisation, l’Association nationale de hockey. Ils forment officiellement la nouvelle ligue le avec les Wanderers, Renfrew, Cobalt ainsi que le Club de hockey de Haileybury ; quelques jours plus tard, le « Club Athlétique Canadien », plus connu sous le nom des Canadiens de Montréal, fait également son entrée dans l’ANH.

L’équipe de Haileybury ne joue finalement que la saison inaugurale de l’ANH avec 4 victoires, 8 défaites, 77 buts inscrits contre 83 accordées aux adversaires. L’équipe compte alors dans ses rangs des joueurs comme Alex Currie, Art Ross, Paddy Moran et Skene Ronan. Une des victoires se solde sur le score de 15-3 contre les Canadiens, avec six buts de Currie et cinq de Nick Bawlf.

À la suite de cette saison, l’équipe quitte l’ANH et retourne jouer dans la TPHL pour la saison 1910-1911.

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Gustavo Aprile

Gustavo Aprile custom football kits, vollständiger Name Gustavo Javier Aprile Retta, (* 10. August 1988 in Montevideo) ist ein uruguayischer Fußballspieler.

Der 1,82 Meter große Mittelfeldakteur Aprile stand zu Beginn seiner Karriere seit der Apertura 2009 im Kader des uruguayischen Erstligisten Racing. In den Saisons 2009/10 und 2010/11 lief er in fünf bzw wholesale soccer cleats. elf Partien der Primera División auf. Ein Tor erzielte er nicht. Zur Spielzeit 2011/12 verließ er die Montevideaner und zog innerhalb der Stadtgrenzen zum Club Atlético Bella Vista weiter. Nach 22 Erstligaeinsätzen (kein Tor) wechselte er Ende August 2012 nach Italien zum AS Bari. Bei den Italienern bestritt er in der Saison 2012/13 lediglich fünf Spiele (kein Tor) in der Serie B. Anfang Januar 2014 kehrte er nach Uruguay zurück. In der Clausura 2014 war dort der Erstligist Cerro Largo FC aus dem Ostteil des Landes sein Arbeitgeber football knee high socks. 15 Ligaeinsätze (ein Tor) weist die Statistik für ihn bei der Mannschaft aus, die am Saisonende in die Segunda División abstieg. Zur Apertura 2014 wechselte er zum Erstligaaufsteiger Rampla Juniors. In der Apertura 2014 wurde er 13-mal (zwei Tore) in der höchsten uruguayischen Spielklasse eingesetzt. Mitte Januar 2015 wechselte er nach Argentinien zum Club Atlético Temperley Runner Waist Pack. Dort lief er in 21 Erstligaspielen (ein Tor) und einer Partie (kein Tor) der Copa Argentina auf. In den ersten Januartagen des Jahres 2016 schloss er sich dem Erstligisten Liverpool FC an. Bislang (Stand: 3. August 2016) absolvierte er für die Montevideaner zwölf Erstligapartien (ein Tor).

Aprile war Mitglied der von Ángel Castelnoble und Gustavo Ferrín trainierten uruguayischen U-16-Auswahl, die bei der U-16-Südamerikameisterschaft 2004 in Paraguay teilnahm und den vierten Platz belegte. Mit der U-17-Nationalmannschaft Uruguays wurde er ebenfalls unter Ferrín bei der U-17-Südamerikameisterschaft 2005 in Venezuela Vize-Südamerikameister.

Johann von Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach

Johann von Brandenburg-Ansbach (* 9. Januar 1493 auf der Plassenburg; † 5 safe refillable water bottles. Juli 1525 in Valencia) war Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbach sowie Generalkapitän und Vizekönig von Valencia.

Johann war der fünfte Sohn des Markgrafen Friedrich des Älteren von Brandenburg-Ansbach und Bayreuth (1460–1536) aus dessen Ehe mit Sophia von Polen (1464–1512), Tochter des Königs Kasimir IV. von Polen. Er war somit Cousin des Kurfürsten Joachim von Brandenburg.

Als 16-Jähriger nahm er an der Schlacht von Agnadello teil und begleitete im Anschluss König Ferdinand den Katholischen nach Spanien, wo er gemeinsam mit dem späteren Kaiser Karl V. aufwuchs, zu dem er ein enges freundschaftliches Verhältnis entwickelte. Johann nahm an Karls Kaiserkrönung teil und wurde in die Regierungsgeschäfte einbezogen. Im Jahr 1516 wurde er Ritter des Orden vom Goldenen Vlies.

Am 17. Juni 1519 heiratete er in Barcelona auf Kaiser Karls Vermittlung dessen Stiefgroßmutter Germaine de Foix, Tochter des Grafen Johann von Étampes und Witwe König Ferdinands II. von Aragon. Germaine bekleidete das Amt des Generalkapitäns und der Vizekönigin von Valencia, welches Karl am 27. März 1523 auch auf Johann ausweitete. Das Paar leistete am 11. Dezember 1523 in der Kathedrale von Valencia den feierlichen Amtseid. Während revolutionärer Unruhen in Valencia, wurden fast alle Paläste der dort ansässigen Edelleute zerstört, Johanns Palast wurde allerdings verschont. Als Kaiser Karl 1524 gegen Frankreich rüstete, versetzte Johann seine und seiner Gemahlin Kleinodien sowie Gold- und Silbergeschirre um Karl mit Geldmitteln auszuhelfen.

Nach der Schlacht bei Pavia 1525 wurde Johann mit der Aufsicht über den gefangengenommenen König Franz I. von Frankreich betraut Runner Waist Pack, welcher Ende Juni 1525 in Valencia eintraf. Johann war zu jener Zeit bereits plötzlich und schwer erkrankt, gerüchteweise soll ihn seine Gemahlin vergiftet haben, die er unter strenger Aufsicht nach Deutschland zu senden gedachte. König Franz stellte ihm seinen Leibarzt zur Verfügung, doch starb der Markgraf am 5 lime football socks. Juli in Valencia. Johann wurde seinem Wunsch entsprechend im Frauenkloster Jerusalem bei Valencia bestattet. Nach dem Tod Johanns heiratete Germaine am 1. August 1526 in Sevilla Fernando, Herzog von Kalabrien und Prinz von Tarent, der am 15. Dezember 1488 in Andria als Sohn von König Friedrich I. von Neapel und Isabella del Balzo geboren worden war.

Tabaco Church

The Saint John the Baptist Parish Church (Spanish: Iglesia Parroquial de San Juan Bautista) sweater shaver, commonly known as Tabaco Church, is a Roman Catholic Church in the municipality of Tabaco, Albay, Philippines under the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Legazpi.

The church of Tabaco was founded by the Franciscans under the advocacy of Saint John the Baptist and became an independent parish in 1616. It was also declared a National Cultural Treasure of the Philippines.

Tabaco was established as a visita by the Franciscans under the patronage of Saint John the Baptist in 1587. It was separated from Cagsaua in 1616 when Father Pedro de Alcareso was named as parish priest. It was administered by the Franciscans until 1660. It became an independent parish in 1664. Since 1750, the church was supervised by the secular clergy. The present church was built by the seculars in 1864 and completed in 1879

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The church, one of the only two declared sites in Bicol Region, was categorized by the National Museum of the Philippines as a National Cultural Treasure of the country. Its marker was unveiled on June 22, 2012.

The church is built out of dark volcanic soil and stones found in the area Green Runner Waist Pack. One unusual characteristic of the church is the presence of mason’s marks on stones used for the construction of the church building, a rare feature in the Philippines. Its unusual floor plan contains compartments for which there is currently no explanation. It is known for its beautiful and bell tower embedded with rococo designs.

Albay Governor Joey Salceda allotted ₱ 35 million for the rehabilitation of the historical and cultural heritage sites in the province including the Tabaco church.