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"5,000 East Germans managed to cross the Berlin Wall and reach West Berlin, while another 5,000 were captured by East German authoritiesand 191 more were killed during the actual crossing of the wall"
BritannicaBritannica · Janvier 16, 2012
Site historique
· Berlin, Allemagne
9.1
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"The Romans built a small fort (c. 75 ce) there, where the Gloucester-Carmarthen road crossed the Taff, and strengthened it in the face of seaborne attacks from Ireland."
BritannicaBritannica · Janvier 16, 2012
Château
· Cardiff, Royaume-Uni
9.0
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"The university was founded in 1451 by a bull of Pope Nicholas V on the petition of King James II of Scotland"
BritannicaBritannica · Janvier 16, 2012
Université
· Glasgow, Royaume-Uni
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"The Cavern’s manager Allan Williams, booked the Beatles for a residency that led to their discovery by local department store manager Brian Epstein, who became their manager"
BritannicaBritannica · Janvier 16, 2012
Discothèque rock
· Liverpool, Royaume-Uni
9.1
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"Europe’s largest enclosed urban park. It is roughly ovoid in shape, with a land perimeter of 7 miles. in 1979 1979, 1.25m people gathered to hear Pope John Paul II speak"
BritannicaBritannica · Janvier 16, 2012
Parc
· Dublin, Irlande
9.6
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"Guinness was founded when Arthur Guinness bought a small brewery in Dublin in 1759. At first the brewery produced a variety of ales, but in 1799 it was decided to concentrate exclusively on porter"
BritannicaBritannica · Janvier 16, 2012
Brasseur
· Dublin, Irlande
9.2