Christiania


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Chris·ti·a·ni·a

 (krĭs′tē-ăn′ē-ə, -ä′nē-ə, krĭs′chē-)
See Oslo.

chris·ti·an·i·a

 (krĭs′tē-ăn′ē-ə, -ä′nē-ə, krĭs′chē-)
n.
A christie.

[Norwegian, after Christiania (Oslo), Norway.]
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Christiania

(ˌkrɪstɪˈɑːnɪə)
n
(Placename) a former name (1624–1877) of Oslo
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Os•lo

(ˈɒz loʊ, ˈɒs-)

n.
the capital of Norway, in the SE part, at the head of Oslo Fjord. 453,700. Formerly, Christiania.
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Noun1.Christiania - the capital and largest city of NorwayChristiania - the capital and largest city of Norway; the country's main port; located at the head of a fjord on Norway's southern coast
Kingdom of Norway, Noreg, Norge, Norway - a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe on the western side of the Scandinavian Peninsula; achieved independence from Sweden in 1905
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Harling had lived in Christiania until she was ten years old.
Ay got a vife an' kid for my own by Christiania an' Ay couldn't bear for to see them separated an' in Rokoff's hands any more.
Take a wander down to Christiania, the bohemian borough, where cannabis grows freely and residents make their own rules, or go for a craft beer and burger in the hipster Meatpacking district.
The event was also addressed by Unicef's Chief Field Officer for Sindh, Christiania Brugiolo, Naheed Shah Durrani, Chairperson, Sindh Planning and Development Board and Dr.
I focused instead on the highlights of my stay in the happiest countries on earth: seeing the bronze Little Mermaid and Christiania 'green-light district' in Denmark, the geysers and lagoons of Iceland, the fortress islands of Finland, works by Andy Warhol and Edvard Munch in Norway, Viking ships in Sweden, blonde and blue-eyed Scandinavian guys everywhere.
Nordea Bank Abp (STO:NDA), a provider of banking and financial services, announced on Monday that following the completion of the merger between Nordea Bank AB and Nordea Bank Abp and the consequent re-domiciliation of the parent company of the Nordea Group to Finland, the USD200,000,000 primary capital undated floating rate notes, issued by Nordea Bank Abp (originally issued by Christiania Bank og Kreditkasse) (the notes) have been excluded from Nordea's regulatory capital, as of 1 October 2018.
For dinner, settle in at Michel's Christiania Restaurant and Olympic Bar (michelschristiania.com) for classic French dishes like trout meuniere.
Have you, for example, heard of the Principality of Sealand (situated on an observation platform in the English Channel), the Kingdom of Fusa in Norway, or the city-state of Christiania in Denmark?
Christiania (1977) by Mark Edwards captures the Danish anarchist commune that emerged from the squatting of an abandoned military barracks in Copenhagen; Andrew Logan's Homage to the New Wave (1977), a large mirrored mosaic safety pin, appropriates the symbol that came to represent punk culture and ethos and Victor Burgin's Possession (1976) questions the fairness of wealth distribution.
10) Christiania in 1855 had a population of 40.000 inhabitants.
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