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Sala de Audiencias (the Chapterhouse), with its 16th-century coffered ceiling, at the Royal Alcázars of Seville. One of the greatest surviving examples of Mudéjar Gothic and Mudéjar Renaissance architectural synthesis, this residential royal castle was built after the Christian conquest of Seville on the site of older Muslim alcazar, the main residence of the Almohade caliphs. The Alcázars are famous for their lavish and exquisite ornamentation and featured as a location for the Game of Thrones TV series. An Iberian town from ancient times, Seville is associated with the Tartessian culture which had existed before the area was colonized by the Phoenicians. Since then, the city has been exposed to the influence of numerous civilizations that have come and gone, all being instrumental in the growth of the city and forging its distinct personality. Following the Roman rule, the Germanic Vandals, Suebi and Visigoths succeeded each other in quick succession in the 5th and the 6th centuries. In 712, the Moorish era began. Seville flourished as the capital of the Umayyad Caliphate. Parts of the Alcázar Palace and the Giralda tower date back to those times. Torre del Oro, once an outward fortification of the Alcázar, remains a striking feature along the Guadalquivir. More than five centuries later, in 1248, Seville was conquered by Castile. The development of the city continued, with the Cathedral still standing as the most prominent building of the late Medieval period. During the stay of the Catholic Kings, Ferdinand II of Aragon and his wife, Isabella I of Castile, in Seville, in 1477, the Spanish Inquisition was given green light, with the first auto-da-fe taking place three years later. The Spanish discovery of the Americas brought new prosperity to the city as the trade with new colonies was monopolized by the city. By the end of the 16th century, Seville was the richest city in Spain, with some 150,000 inhabitants by 1588. In the 17th century, the economy of the city declined as the trade moved to other cities, like Cádiz, where the port was easier to access. This however, had no adverse effect on arts and culture and many great names like the painters Diego Velázquez, Francisco de Zurbarán, and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, the sculptor Juan Martínez Montañés, and the poet Fernando de Herrera are the glories of Seville and of Spain. Miguel de Cervantes conceived his novel Don Quixote while he was confined in Seville’s jail. The Iberoamerican Exposition of 1929 initiated a new renaissance in Seville. During the 20th century the port was enlarged, and the city received a new impetus to be revived as an industrial and commercial center [May 19, 2018].

Sala de Audiencias (the Chapterhouse), with its 16th-century coffered ceiling, at the Royal Alcázars of Seville. One of the greatest surviving examples of Mudéjar Gothic and Mudéjar Renaissance architectural synthesis, this residential royal castle was built after the Christian conquest of Seville on the site of older Muslim alcazar, the main residence of the Almohade caliphs. The Alcázars are famous for their lavish and exquisite ornamentation and featured as a location for the Game of Thrones TV series. An Iberian town from ancient times, Seville is associated with the Tartessian culture which had existed before the area was colonized by the Phoenicians. Since then, the city has been exposed to the influence of numerous civilizations that have come and gone, all being instrumental in the growth of the city and forging its distinct personality. Following the Roman rule, the Germanic Vandals, Suebi and Visigoths succeeded each other in quick succession in the 5th and the 6th centuries. In 712, the Moorish era began. Seville flourished as the capital of the Umayyad Caliphate. Parts of the Alcázar Palace and the Giralda tower date back to those times. Torre del Oro, once an outward fortification of the Alcázar, remains a striking feature along the Guadalquivir. More than five centuries later, in 1248, Seville was conquered by Castile. The development of the city continued, with the Cathedral still standing as the most prominent building of the late Medieval period. During the stay of the Catholic Kings, Ferdinand II of Aragon and his wife, Isabella I of Castile, in Seville, in 1477, the Spanish Inquisition was given green light, with the first auto-da-fe taking place three years later. The Spanish discovery of the Americas brought new prosperity to the city as the trade with new colonies was monopolized by the city. By the end of the 16th century, Seville was the richest city in Spain, with some 150,000 inhabitants by 1588. In the 17th century, the economy of the city declined as the trade moved to other cities, like Cádiz, where the port was easier to access. This however, had no adverse effect on arts and culture and many great names like the painters Diego Velázquez, Francisco de Zurbarán, and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, the sculptor Juan Martínez Montañés, and the poet Fernando de Herrera are the glories of Seville and of Spain. Miguel de Cervantes conceived his novel Don Quixote while he was confined in Seville’s jail. The Iberoamerican Exposition of 1929 initiated a new renaissance in Seville. During the 20th century the port was enlarged, and the city received a new impetus to be revived as an industrial and commercial center [May 19, 2018].

Audiência Pública pela Segurança Alimentar. ALESP - São Paulo / SP

Projeto “Audiência de Custódia” será apresentado para Governo do Estado, MP e Defensoria Pública. Crédito: Divulgação/TJCE

 

El palacio de los Luna, o Morata, fue edificado a mediados del s. XV sobre el decimoquinto compás (lienzo entre torreones) de la muralla romana. En el s. XVIII pasó a ser patrimonio de los Condes de Perelada, que poco después lo cedieron al rey Felipe V como Residencia Real, que se lo cedió (mientras no estuviera él) a los Capitanes Generales de la Audiencia. En el s. XIX se convirtió en sede de la Audiencia Territorial.

En la imagen, fachada desde el Coso de la Audiencia, antes de una nueva intervención restauradora, esta vez dirigida por Regino Borobio, que la despojaría de los dos acristalamientos en los balcones laterales.

 

Fuente: Instituto Amatller de Arte Hispánico (Arxiu Mas).

 

Proyecto GAZA ("Gran Archivo Zaragoza Antigua") es un compendio de imágenes de la antigua Zaragoza (España), acompañadas de textos creados por José María Ballestín Miguel

y la colaboración de Antonio Tausiet.

adioszaragoza.blogspot.com

Brasília/DF 05/12/2018 - Presidente do Banco Central do Brasil, Ilan Goldfajn, participa de audiência pública na Comissão de Assuntos Econômicos (CAE), no Senado Federal, em Brasília. Foto: Beto Nociti/BCB

Brasília/DF 05/12/2018 - Presidente do Banco Central do Brasil, Ilan Goldfajn, participa de audiência pública na Comissão de Assuntos Econômicos (CAE), no Senado Federal, em Brasília. Foto: Beto Nociti/BCB

Brasília/DF 05/12/2018 - Presidente do Banco Central do Brasil, Ilan Goldfajn, participa de audiência pública na Comissão de Assuntos Econômicos (CAE), no Senado Federal, em Brasília. Foto: Beto Nociti/BCB

Obrigado.

Grazie.

Merci.

THANK

Gracias

  

Recomiendo ver en grande, fondo negro. Gracias

 

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¡Una experiencia maravillosa y emotiva fue haber asistido a esta Audiencia Papal. Tener y ver

a BENEDICTO XVI tan cerca mio fue de una emocion indescriptible! algo nunca vivido por mi !!!!

(Brasília-DF-06/02/2020) - Audiência da ministra Tereza Cristina com o senador Elmano Ferrer e o prefeito de Bom Jesus (PI), Marcos Elvas.

 

Foto: Guilherme Martimon/Mapa

Me ha costado un montón decidir que foto subir para este juego fotográfico porque el único día que logre hacer fotos tome demasiadas (la mayoria torcidas lo admito) y no sabia cual escoger. Siendo sincera me hubiera gustado mostrarles las calles hermosas del casco histórico de mi ciudad (Merida Venezuela), me he pasado toda la semana ideando planes para lograr hacer fotos urbanas de esas cosas, pero la verdad no lo logre, lamentablemente aquí en mi ciudad no se puede salir con una cámara ni a la esquina de la casa si no estas acompañado de 1000 personas y 2000 policias. la buena noticia es que me anticipe a los acontecimientos (por si no lograba hacer las fotos urbanas), y el domingo pasado pedí refuerzos, me di una escapadita a un sitio que se llama "El Parque Beethoven" considerado medianamente seguro, para intentar tomar fotos sin problemas. El tiempo estuvo... muy en mi contra, pero era ese dia o nunca. la verdad me diverti muchisimo (yo, porque mi acompañante ya me hacia malas caras despues de una hora mientras sostenia un paraguas sobre mi, y yo le decia por enesima vez "esta es la ultima foto lo prometo") Casi al final de la tarde me consegui estas florecitas cuando descubrí que existía este mural en el parque, la verdad jamas lo habia detallado, me parecio una bonita escena ver las flores siendo la "audiencia" de unas chicas tocando el violin, el iso tuve que subirlo a 1600 para mantener la velocidad minimo en 60 y que la foto no saliera oscura. Fue un gran dia porque tenia mucho tiempo sin salir de mi zona de confort a tomar fotos, a pesar de que no fue un gran photo walk, descubri muchas cosas bellas.

Audiência. FOTO: Arquivo CNJ

Ministro de Justicia y Derechos Humanos, Jaime Campos, recibe a senador Jaime Quintana. 16.05.2017

 

foto: Claudia Basaure P.

 

Agente de Educação da Fundação Casa. Adicional de Insalubridade. Laudo Pericial. Súmula 448, I, do TST e

Adicional de Periculosidade. Artigo 193, inciso II, da CLT. Fundação Casa. Agente de Apoio Socioeducativo, Atividades e Operações Perigosas. Anexo 3 da NR 16 (Portaria 1.885/2013 – Ministério do Trabalho.

 

Foto: Fellipe Sampaio e Giovanna Bembom

Arranque del Coso Alto desde el punto de encuentro de la calle de las Escuelas Pías, a la izquierda; del General Franco, donde emboca el Renault 8; y del Azoque, hacia la izquierda. La fachada de la Audiencia Territorial, antiguo palacio de los Luna, centra la escena. A la izquierda, en el nº 2 de la calle de las Escuelas Pías, publicidad de Residencial Paraíso, identificando este proyecto inmobiliario como el centro feliz de Zaragoza.

 

Proyecto GAZA ("Gran Archivo Zaragoza Antigua") es un compendio de imágenes de la antigua Zaragoza (España), acompañadas de textos creados por José María Ballestín Miguel y la colaboración de Antonio Tausiet.

adioszaragoza.blogspot.com

 

Fuente visual de la imagen: foto Leonardo Pérez Obis, donada por Ángel Hernández Mostajo para www.rafaelcastillejo.com

Toma del tramo del Coso Alto a la altura del palacio de la Audiencia de Zaragoza, en 1977. Al fondo, manzana entre las calles Cerdán y Escuelas Pías, en demolición.

 

Fuente: www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=865591303474446&set=o...

 

Proyecto GAZA ("Gran Archivo Zaragoza Antigua") es un compendio de imágenes de la antigua Zaragoza (España), acompañadas de textos creados por José María Ballestín Miguel y la colaboración de Antonio Tausiet.

adioszaragoza.blogspot.com

Dres. Díaz, Gutierrez, Pérez, de la Garza

Brasília/DF 05/12/2018 - Presidente do Banco Central do Brasil, Ilan Goldfajn, participa de audiência pública na Comissão de Assuntos Econômicos (CAE), no Senado Federal, em Brasília. Foto: Beto Nociti/BCB

Brasília/DF 05/12/2018 - Presidente do Banco Central do Brasil, Ilan Goldfajn, participa de audiência pública na Comissão de Assuntos Econômicos (CAE), no Senado Federal, em Brasília. Foto: Beto Nociti/BCB

da esquerda para a direira : Manoel José Souza Neto, Paulino Viapiana, Margateh Moraes, Deputado Péricles de Mello, Eleonora Spinatto, Oswaldo Aranha, Erico Masoli e Marcelo Miguel.

Foto: Nani Gois

Modelo de audiência pública do TJMA é destaque em encontro de ouvidores.

Foto: Divulgação/TJMA

 

Ministro do meio ambiente Edson Duarte reunido com lideranças Xavantes Fotos:Jorge Cardoso/MMA

 

Audiência pública na câmara dos deputados com a presença dos Srs Raimundo Deusdará e Francisco Gaetani Fotos Jorge Cardoso.

Ministro do Meio Ambiente reunido com o Senhor Misael Sousa Fotos:Jorge Cardoso/MMA

Ministro do meio ambiente reunido com membros do IPAN, E Secretários estaduais para discutir o artigo 41 Fotos:Jorge Cardoso/MMA

14/10/2015 - TJDFT - Audiência de Custódia; Desembargador Getúlio de Moraes Oliveira, presidente do TJDFT; Ministro Ricardo Lewandowski, presidente do STF e do CNJ; governador Rodrigo Rollemberg. Foto: Marcia Foizer/Estação Um

Audiencia pública Criação da unidade de conservação da região do Alto do Rio Poty com a presença de Fernando Tatagiba Fotos Jorge Cardoso

Audiência de Estudos de Proteção da Orla de Itajaí 20.06.2017 Fotos Marcos Porto

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