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Corazon Aquino

Corazon Aquino

Maria Corazon Sumulong Cojuango Aquino, generally known as Cory Aquino, was born January 25, 1933, in Manila into one of the most influential families in the Philippines. Vincent College in New York state.When she completed her studies in the United States, Aquino returned to the Philippines to study law at Far Eastern University, and married Benigno Aquino Jr.

Do you know the Legend of Pope Lick's monster?

Do you know the Legend of Pope Lick's monster?

Nowadays there are countless urban mysteries about legendary creatures, so today we will tell you about the popular Pope Lick monster, have you heard of him? Several versions are known about the origin of this monster, but according to the reports of some Witnesses, lives under a trestle bridge in the Fisherville neighborhood of Loisville, Kentucky.

Bust of a Woman from Laleli

Bust of a Woman from Laleli

This marble bust, which was produced in an atelier at Byzantium, might have been part of a collection of works of art decorating the palace which was built over the Rotunda. Late 2nd century to early...

The VIII Prize for the study of the Spanish Chivalric Orders announced

The VIII Prize for the study of the Spanish Chivalric Orders announced

The "Lux Hispaniarum" foundation of the Royal Council of the Chivalric Orders of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara and Montesa, in order to encourage the study of them among young people, is pleased to announce the VIII Prize for the study of Chivalric Orders Spanish "Manuel Corchado Soriano", in memory of a life dedicated to the investigation of these institutions.

Election of 1880

Election of 1880

The Republicans in the Election of 1880 were sharply divided by factional rivalries. The Stalwarts, headed by Roscoe Conkling of New York, were the party regulars who favored the restoration of U.S. Grant. The Half-Breeds were followers of James G. Blaine of Maine and were supporters of mild civil service reform.

Lawrence County Historical Museum

Lawrence County Historical Museum

The Lawrence County Historical Museum, located in Ironton, Ohio, is a treasure house that depicts the iron history of the region. It is operated by the Lawrence County Historical Society, which has been a corporation since 1925.The Historical Museum is housed in a three and one-half story, brick, Victorian-Italian Villa built by James Furgerson in 1870.