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Turkish road sign – "Welcome to Europe"
Goaltender mask worn by Jacques Plante
The White House, c. mid-19th century
Arecibo Observatory Aerial View.jpg
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National Day in ( Algeria 1954);
Independence Day in ( Antigua and Barbuda 1981);
World Vegan Day lots of CN tags
996 – Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor issued a document containing the earliest known use of "Osterrîchi", the Old High German .
name of Austria lots of CN tags
1520 – Portuguese maritime explorer Ferdinand Magellan led the first European expedition to navigate the .
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1755 – A 9.0 M earthquake and subsequent tsunami w devastated Lisbon, an event which led to the birth of modern seismology and earthquake engineering.
1790 – by Anglo-Irish statesman and philosopher Reflections on the Revolution in France Edmund Burke, was first published, in which he predicted that the French Revolution would end in a disaster.
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1800 – John Adams became the first U.S. President to take residence in the Executive Mansion, later renamed the .
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1876 – The Colony of New Zealand dissolved its and replaced them with nine provinces 63 counties.
1928 – The current 29-letter was introduced, replacing the Turkish alphabet Ottoman Turkish alphabet as the official writing system of the Turkish language.
1948 – was elected as the 268th Athenagoras I Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.
1954 – The began the Front de Libération Nationale against French rule.
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1957 – The , the third-longest Mackinac Bridge suspension bridge in total suspension, opened between Upper and Lower peninsulas of the U.S. state of Michigan.
1963 – The , with the world's largest single-dish Arecibo Observatory radio telescope, officially opened in Arecibo, Puerto Rico.
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1998 – The was instituted as a permanent court with full-time judges to monitor compliance by the signatory parties of the European Court of Human Rights European Convention on Human Rights.
: November 1 and Samhain begin (Northern and Southern Hemispheres, respectively); Beltane in Rajyotsava (Formation Day) Karnataka, India ( 1956)
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(b. 1752) Józef Zajączek · (d. 1893) Jan Matejko · (d. 1961)