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  • 1ПОРТА (Porta) Джакомо — делла (ок. 1540 1602) итальянский архитектор. Представитель раннего барокко. Произведениям Порта присущи напряженная динамика архитектурных масс и пространственных решений (фасад церкви Иль Джезу в Риме, 1575) …

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  • 2Porta — Por ta, n.; pl. {Port[ae]}. [L., a gate. See {Port} a hole.] (Anat.) (a) The part of the liver or other organ where its vessels and nerves enter; the hilus. (b) The foramen of Monro. B. G. Wilder. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3Porta Westfalica — Infobox German Location Art = Stadt Name = Porta Westfalica image photo = Porta.jpg imagesize = image caption = View over Porta Westfalica to the Weser hills Wappen = Wappen von Porta Westfalica.png lat deg = 52 |lat min = 13 | lat sec=0 lon deg …

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  • 4Porta Capena — The Porta Capena was a gate in the Servian Wall near the Caelian Hill, in Rome, formerly a sacred forest where Numa Pompilius and Egeria met and kissed. It was one of the main entries to the city of Rome, since it opened on the Appian Way. The… …

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  • 5Giambattista della Porta — Giambattista della Porta[1] …

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  • 6Porta Nigra — The Porta Nigra (Latin: black gate ) is a large Roman city gate in Trier, Germany. It is today the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps and has been designated a World Heritage Site. The name Porta Nigra originated in the Middle Ages due to… …

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  • 7Hugo Porta — (born 11 September 1951 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine Rugby Union footballer, an International Rugby Hall of Fame inducteecite web | publisher=International Rugby Hall of Fame | title=Hugo Porta |… …

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  • 8Horace François Bastien Sébastiani de La Porta — Horace Sébastiani Horace Sébastiani in lieutenant uniform, portrait by Jean Baptiste Paulin Guérin, 1793 French Minister of Foreign Affairs In office …

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  • 9Costanzo Porta — (1528 or 1529 – May 19, 1601) was an Italian composer of the Renaissance, and a representative of what is known today as the Venetian School. He was highly praised throughout his life both as a composer and a teacher, and had a reputation… …

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  • 10Porta-bote — A portaboat (also foldaboat, foldboat, folding boat, or porta bote, all registered trade marks) is a type of small recreational boat that folds to 4 inches (11cm) flat for storage and transport.The Portaboat was originally invented in 1969. It… …

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  • 11Benveniste de Porta — Beneviste de Porta (in Catalan Vidal Benvenist Saporta) (d. 1268), Jewish Bailie ( batlle ) of Barcelona, Catalonia, and brother of Nahmanides (whose secular name was Bonastruc ça Porta or Bonastruc de Porta; see Grätz, Gesch. der Juden, vii.38;… …

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  • 12Porta Alpina — ( en. Alpine Gate) was a proposed railway station to be located in the middle of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in southern Switzerland. The project was put on indefinite hold in 2007.Porta Alpina was proposed to be located near a crossover between the …

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  • 13Livio Dante Porta — (March 21 1922 June 10 2003) was an Argentine steam locomotive engineer. He is particularly remembered for his innovative modifications to existing locomotive systems in order to obtain higher performance, energy efficiency and reduced pollution …

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  • 14Porta San Paolo — Giuseppe Vasi etching of Porta San Paolo and Pyramid of Cestius, in the 18th century …

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  • 15Porta Maggiore — The Porta Maggiore ( Larger Gate ), or Porta Prenestina, is one of the eastern gates in the ancient but well preserved 3rd century Aurelian Walls of Rome.Through the gate ran two ancient roads: the Via Praenestina and the Via Labicana. The Via… …

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  • 16Giacomo della Porta — (c. 1533 ndash; 1602) was an Italian architect and sculptor, who worked for many important buildings in Rome, including St. Peter s Basilica. [CathEncy|wstitle=Giacomo della Porta] He was born at Porlezza, Lombardy.BiographyDella Porta was… …

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  • 17Porta Coeli (Puerto Rico) — Convento de Porta Coeli U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 18Porta Trigemina — The Porta Trigemina was one of the main gates in the ancient 4th century Servian Wall of Rome, Italy. The gate no longer exists, but it is frequently mentioned by ancient authors as standing between the north end of the Aventine Hill and the… …

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  • 19Giovanni Porta — (Born Venice?, c. 1675 ndash; died Munich, 21 June, 1755) was an Italian opera composer. One of the masters of early 18th century opera and one of the leading Venetian musicians, Porta made his way from Rome, to Vicenza, to Verona, then London… …

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  • 20Stadio Porta Elisa — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Stadio Porta Elisa nickname = location = Lucca, Italy flagicon|Italy broke ground = opened = 1935 renovated = closed = demolished = owner = Municipality of Lucca operator = surface = Grass 105x68m construction cost …

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