Steimatzky is the oldest and largest bookstore chain in Israel. The first store was opened by Tzvi Steimatzky in 1920 in Tel Aviv, 6 Hertzel St. In 1925 his half brother Yechezkel Steimatzky opened the second store on Jaffa Road in Jerusalem. Yechezkel Steimatzky was a Russian-born immigrant from Germany, he had come to the British Mandate of Palestine on a short visit for the opening of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and decided to stay after he saw the potential in opening a foreign language bookstore that would serve a growing immigrants' market as well as British Army soldiers serving under the British Mandate. The concept was so successful that he opened an additional store in Haifa that year. In 1927 Steimatzky saw the potential for expansion throughout the Middle East and opened a store in Beirut; the company name was changed to Steimatzky Middle East Agency. During World War II, a Steimatzky store opened in Baghdad next to the British Army base, soon after in Cairo and Damascus; the Middle Eastern expansion came to a halt with the outbreak of the 1948 Arab–Israeli war and the nationalization of all branches in Beirut, Baghdad and Damascus.
By 1948 another store opened on Allenby Street in Tel Aviv. In 1963 the son of founder Yechezkel, Eri Steimatzky, joined the company and became its general manager. A period of expansion followed. In 1995 the Steimatzky company purchased the Sifri chain with seven stores; the chain was a virtual monopoly in Israel until 2002. In 2002 two smaller competitors and Modan Publishing House united under the Tzomet Sfarim brand, operating about 40 stores. In 2004 Steimatzky merged with Keter Publishing House. In 2005 Markstone Capital Partners purchased the company. In 2006, Steimatzky operated stores in 68 cities in Israel as well as in Los Angeles, it was estimated that the company holds a 40% share in the Israeli book retailing market and employs over 700 people worldwide. In September 2007, Eri Steimatzky announced his retirement from the chain, leaving the company in the hands of Markstone Capital. In 2010 Steimatzky operated over 160 stores across Israel in various formats; these include mall-based stores, stores with coffee shops, extensive non-book offerings, larger formats.
In June 2014 Steimatzky was acquired by a group of investors led by G. Yafit. By September 2017 the gap between Steimatzky and its main competitor, Tzomet Sfarim, is closing. Steimatzky reduced its number of branches to 140, Tzomet Sfarim upped to 96. On 3 October 2018 Tzomet Sfarim was down to 95 branches. Steimatzky was unchanged; the chain's flagship store in the Mamilla Mall in Jerusalem is located in the Stern House, where Theodore Herzl stayed during his 1898 visit to the city. The house located in the Mamilla neighborhood, was dismantled and rebuilt on the shopping arcade when the Mall was opened; the lower level of the house houses a small, free museum focusing on the history of the bookstore chain and on Herzl's visit to Jerusalem. On display are photographs of Herzl in Jerusalem, Israeli banknotes featuring portraits of Herzl, the hat that he wore on his visit to Jerusalem; the museum depicts the history of the Steimatzky chain, including photographs of the long vanished Steimatzky branch in Lebanon.
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Channel 10 (Israeli TV channel)
Channel 10 known as Israel 10, was an Israeli free-to-air television channel. Operating under the auspices of The Second Authority for Television and Radio, Channel 10 was one of three commercial television channels in Israel, enjoying an average television ratings of Share TV 6.5%. The channel was broadcasting online at the official website. Despite the name, the channel was broadcast on channel 14 from 1 November 2017 until its closure on 16 January 2019. Channel 10 underwent a merger with rival network Reshet 13, this channel ceased transmissions on 16 January 2019; some programs from Channel 10 moved over to Reshet 13. For news programmes, the merged company took resources from Channel 10's news production company, switching from Israel Television News Company; the new channel is mutually owned by some of the channel owners of both networks. Channel 10 began broadcasting on January 28, 2002; the channel offers original drama series, entertainment shows, news shows, lifestyle programs and foreign programs.
The channel got an own news company in 2003. In 2006, during the Second Lebanon War, Channel 10 News exposed a series of malfunctions in the decision making process leading to the war. Two American presidents have granted Channel 10 exclusive interviews, during 2011 alone it aired interviews with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, UK Foreign Secretary William Hague, Governor Rick Perry, Dennis Ross, French Presidential Candidate Marine Le Pen and others. In 2011 the Channel encountered financial difficulties and asked the Knesset's finance committee to postpone payment on a tax and royalty debt to the State; the Coalition of Netanyahu's government, in response, ordered all of its MK's to vote against such a postponement. Such tax waivers were given in the past. Israeli and International press published that the Israeli Government has done so in retaliation to an exclusive story published by Channel 10 news, investigating the way in which Netanyahu financed trips abroad, together with his wife.
Following that story, the State Comptroller opened a formal investigation and Prime Minister Netanyahu filled a libel suit against the Channel. From 2013 to 2019, The channel transferred its programs to 16:9 widescreen picture format, which became most of the content's aspect ratio by 2016. In 1 March 2016, the channel's news programs began broadcasting in widescreen as well. A few of the channel's productions and programs still remain in 4:3 aspect ratio, for which the channel switches its broadcast automatically. In November 2008, when Channel 10 found itself in severe financial straits, the SBA gave its present owners until March 1, 2009 to refinance its debt. However, in January 2009 the Knesset's Economic Affairs Committee overturned this decision; the decision meant that Channel 10's shareholders, Yossi Maiman, Ron Lauder and Arnon Milchan, would be replaced as the channel's operators in February 2010. The regular broadcast schedules remained in place; the channel owned a NIS 10 million debt, which the Treasury demanded in cash after agreeing to defer the rest of the channel's NIS 28 million debt.
By July 2009, Channel 10 had cost its shareholders NIS 1.3 billion. It owed about NIS 103 million more for content, license fees and royalties; the shareholders stated. Maiman announced that he and the other partners had no intention of paying any more of the channel's bills, the channel announced that it was canceling planned productions. In August, the channel's directors undertook to invest NIS 19 million in television content, NIS 4 million more than their previous offer, they agreed to invest more of the money for dramatic productions. Artist guild representatives said that they would petition the Israeli High Court of Justice if the agreement did not take them into account. In September, the SBA suspended its search for a new franchisee pending the approval of the Treasury and the Communications Ministry; the controversy over a profile of US American businessman Sheldon Adelson broadcast by Channel 10 risked the withdrawal of financing from Ronald Lauder, the last major funder left at that date.
Until the end of 2011 the fate of the channel remained unknown. In mid January 2012, the channel was given another year to regulate its financial obligations. In December 2014, the channel was days away from closing down. On the night of 27/28 December 2014, the station ceased regular broadcasting, showing instead a picture of Benjamin Netanyahu and the message "In three days, Channel 10 will close; the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who serves as the communications minister, refuses to find a solution." In January 2015, the station was allowed to function without a new permanent license for another six months, under the authority of the Attorney General. A permanent decision was postponed until after the Knesset elections scheduled for March 17 and the formation of a new government. A major reason quoted for the move was ensuring the expression of a wide range of political opinions on TV during the election campaign. In May 2015, the RGE Media Group of Leonard Blavatnik, Aviv Giladi and Udi Recanati acquired 51% of Channel 10.
A month after, the station got a 15-year license from the Second Television and Radio Authority Council. In June 2018, due to financial issues caused by the 2017 Channel 2 split, RGE filed a merger with Reshet's Channel 13; as a part of the merger plan, Channel 10 News was to become a part of Channel 13, some programs from Channel 10 would join Reshet 13. This channel would stop
A Gift from Above is a 2003 Israeli drama film, directed by Dover Kosashvili. Like two of Kosashvili's other films, Late Marriage and Im Hukim, the dialogue on this film is in the Judaeo-Georgian language and in Hebrew, and since the Judaeo-Georgian language is a dialect, spoken by a small community, most of the cast had to learn it for this production. The movie was a nominee to the Ophir Award in 11 categories; the characters on this movie live like a closed tribe. Most of them live on the same block. Among themselves they speak a rare language, they put a lot of pressure on each other to get married only within their community. They are not much concerned about obeying the country's laws, and many of them work in the same place, Ben Gurion Airport luggage department, or help their community members, who do work there, to steal passengers' suitcases. The community does not have a lot of money, but its folklore is rich and its life is full of parties, sex and excitement; the most exciting happening there is the operation they're plotting, step by step, for stealing cargoes of diamonds from the airplanes.
The plotting includes putting all the blame on two volunteers from within the community itself. Matana MiShamayim on IMDb
The United Kingdom the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, sometimes referred to as Britain, is a sovereign country located off the north-western coast of the European mainland. The United Kingdom includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland, many smaller islands. Northern Ireland is the only part of the United Kingdom that shares a land border with another sovereign state, the Republic of Ireland. Apart from this land border, the United Kingdom is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with the North Sea to the east, the English Channel to the south and the Celtic Sea to the south-west, giving it the 12th-longest coastline in the world; the Irish Sea lies between Great Ireland. With an area of 242,500 square kilometres, the United Kingdom is the 78th-largest sovereign state in the world, it is the 22nd-most populous country, with an estimated 66.0 million inhabitants in 2017. The UK is constitutional monarchy; the current monarch is Queen Elizabeth II, who has reigned since 1952, making her the longest-serving current head of state.
The United Kingdom's capital and largest city is London, a global city and financial centre with an urban area population of 10.3 million. Other major urban areas in the UK include Greater Manchester, the West Midlands and West Yorkshire conurbations, Greater Glasgow and the Liverpool Built-up Area; the United Kingdom consists of four constituent countries: England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Their capitals are London, Edinburgh and Belfast, respectively. Apart from England, the countries have their own devolved governments, each with varying powers, but such power is delegated by the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which may enact laws unilaterally altering or abolishing devolution; the nearby Isle of Man, Bailiwick of Guernsey and Bailiwick of Jersey are not part of the UK, being Crown dependencies with the British Government responsible for defence and international representation. The medieval conquest and subsequent annexation of Wales by the Kingdom of England, followed by the union between England and Scotland in 1707 to form the Kingdom of Great Britain, the union in 1801 of Great Britain with the Kingdom of Ireland created the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Five-sixths of Ireland seceded from the UK in 1922, leaving the present formulation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. There are fourteen British Overseas Territories, the remnants of the British Empire which, at its height in the 1920s, encompassed a quarter of the world's land mass and was the largest empire in history. British influence can be observed in the language and political systems of many of its former colonies; the United Kingdom is a developed country and has the world's fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and ninth-largest economy by purchasing power parity. It has a high-income economy and has a high Human Development Index rating, ranking 14th in the world, it was the world's first industrialised country and the world's foremost power during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The UK remains a great power, with considerable economic, military and political influence internationally, it is sixth in military expenditure in the world. It has been a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council since its first session in 1946.
It has been a leading member state of the European Union and its predecessor, the European Economic Community, since 1973. The United Kingdom is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Council of Europe, the G7, the G20, NATO, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the World Trade Organization; the 1707 Acts of Union declared that the kingdoms of England and Scotland were "United into One Kingdom by the Name of Great Britain". The term "United Kingdom" has been used as a description for the former kingdom of Great Britain, although its official name from 1707 to 1800 was "Great Britain"; the Acts of Union 1800 united the kingdom of Great Britain and the kingdom of Ireland in 1801, forming the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Following the partition of Ireland and the independence of the Irish Free State in 1922, which left Northern Ireland as the only part of the island of Ireland within the United Kingdom, the name was changed to the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland".
Although the United Kingdom is a sovereign country, Scotland and Northern Ireland are widely referred to as countries. The UK Prime Minister's website has used the phrase "countries within a country" to describe the United Kingdom; some statistical summaries, such as those for the twelve NUTS 1 regions of the United Kingdom refer to Scotland and Northern Ireland as "regions". Northern Ireland is referred to as a "province". With regard to Northern Ireland, the descriptive name used "can be controversial, with the choice revealing one's political preferences"; the term "Great Britain" conventionally refers to the island of Great Britain, or politically to England and Wales in combination. However, it is sometimes used as a loose synonym for the United Kingdom as a whole; the term "Britain" is used both as a synonym for Great Britain, as a synonym for the United Kingdom. Usage is mixed, with the BBC preferring to use Britain as shorthand only for Great Britain and the UK Government, while accepting that both terms refer to the United K
NIVEA is a German personal care brand that specializes in body-care. It is owned by the Hamburg-based company Beiersdorf Global AG; the company was founded on 28 March 1882, by Paul Carl Beiersdorf. In 1890, it was sold to Oscar Troplowitz. Troplowitz worked with his consultant Paul Gerson Unna and the German chemist Isaac Lifschütz, developed a new skin care cream. In 1900, Lifschütz developed a water-in-oil emulsion with the first stable emulsion; this was the origin of Eucerin. Nivea comes from the Latin word niveus, meaning "snow-white". During the 1930s, Beiersdorf started producing different kind of products such as tanning oils, shaving creams and facial cleanser and toners; the trademark "NIVEA" was expropriated in many countries because of World War II. The confiscated trademark rights were bought back by Beiersdorf. During the 1980s, the NIVEA brand expanded into a wider global market. 1882: Pharmacist Paul Carl Beiersdorf establishes the company on March 28. NIVEA originated in Germany; the date of the patent document for the manufacture of medical plasters is taken as the date of the company’s formation.
Beiersdorf produces gutta-percha plasters in his laboratory on the basis of his patent, laying the foundations for modern plaster technology. 1890: Pharmacist Oskar Troplowitz takes over the company. 1893: The first international cooperation agreement is concluded with U. S. trading company Lehn & Fink for the U. S. 1900: Patent application for Eucerit, an emulsifying agent. Eucerit is the basis for Eucerin and on, for NIVEA Creme. 1906: The first overseas branch is established in London. 1909: Labello is launched on the market. It is the first lip care product in sliding tube packaging; the term Labello is derived from Latin for "beautiful lip". 1911: NIVEA Creme – the first stable water-in-oil emulsion – is introduced. The emulsifying agent Eucerit is made from lanolin, found in sheep's wool, is the key to NIVEA Creme's unique properties. 1918: The deaths of Oskar Troplowitz and his partner Otto Hanns Mankiewicz result in the formation of a formal company on June 1, 1922. 1922: Willy Jacobsohn takes over as Chairman of the Executive Board of the newly formed stock corporation.
The first self-adhesive plaster is introduced under the name Hansaplast. In 1925, NIVEA remodeled its cream in a blue tin with a white logo. 1925: NIVEA is relaunched in blue packaging. 1928: Beiersdorf shares are listed on the Hamburg stock exchange for the first time. Over 20 production sites worldwide are in operation. 1933: Under the pressure of National Socialist propaganda, the Jewish members of the Executive Board stepped down. Willy Jacobsohn, the former Chairman of the Executive Board, heads the foreign affiliates from Amsterdam until 1938. By adopting a policy of "honorable tactics", the Beiersdorf Executive Board, under the leadership of Carl Claussen, steers the company through the Nazi period. Although Beiersdorf retains its own business culture, it must still cooperate with the regime. 1936: tesafilm, an innovative transparent adhesive film, is launched. 1941: tesa is introduced as the umbrella brand for self-adhesive technology. During World War II: The marketing manager Elly Heuss-Knapp distanced the brand from Nazi ideology.
In 1949 she became the wife of Theodor Heuss. 1945: At the end of the Second World War, a majority of the Hamburg production plants and administrative buildings have been destroyed through Allied bombing. 1945–1949: Most of the affiliates and the international trademarks in all countries, in particular in the USA, the UK and the Commonwealth, France, are lost. The Beiersdorf company begins to regain its trademarks again. 1950: ph5 Eucerin is launched on the market. This innovative ointment focuses on the importance of the skin’s own natural protective acid barrier in maintaining good skin health. 1951: The first deodorizing soap is introduced under the name of 8x4. The brand is extended into a product family during the 1960s. 1955: Beiersdorf launches a protective hand cream on the market under the name of atrix. 1963: NIVEA milk, liquid NIVEA Creme in the form of water-in-oil emulsion, is introduced "for all-over body care". 1974: Beiersdorf diversifies its business and introduces a divisional structure.
At this time, the divisions are cosmed, medical and tesa. 1982: Start of steady expansion of NIVEA as a brand for skin and body care through large number of subbrands with international focus. Introduction of NIVEA Gesicht in Germany and Switzerland. 1989: Change of strategy: Start of the implementation of a strategic reorientation process focusing on the core competencies of skin care, wound care and adhesive technology. 1990: Acquisition of the Juvena brand, developed by the Divapharma pharmaceutical laboratory, founded in 1945 in Zurich. 1991: Acquisition of the La Prairie brand, originated in the famous La Prairie clinic in Montreux, Switzerland. 1992: Launch of NIVEA's Blue Harmony advertising campaign. It was placed the last time in 2005. 1995: Acquisition of the Futuro brand. The company was founded in Ohio, USA in 1917 by Georg Jung, a German, produced bandages right from the start; the "Futuro" brand with its black and yellow packaging was born in 1936. 1999: The company's strategy is streamlined further to focus on a small number of strong consumer brands.
Professional wound care and self-adhesive technology are given the opportunity to introduce their own organizational structures. 2001: The new strategy enables tesa to become an independent affiliate. Tesa AG is formed as a wholly owned affiliate of Beiersdorf, enabling it to react more flexibly to consumers and industrial customers. Professional wound care is spun off in line wit
Irish Americans are an ethnic group comprising Americans who have full or partial ancestry from Ireland those who identify with that ancestry, along with their cultural characteristics. About 33 million Americans — 10.5% of the total population — reported Irish ancestry in the 2013 American Community Survey conducted by the U. S. Census Bureau; this compares with a population of 6.7 million on the island of Ireland. Three million people separately identified as Scotch-Irish, whose ancestors were Ulster Scots and Anglo-Irish Protestant Dissenters who emigrated from Ireland to the United States. However, whether the Scotch-Irish should be considered Irish is disputed. Half of the Irish immigrants in the colonial era came from the Irish province of Ulster while the other half came from the other three provinces of Ireland. While scholarly estimates vary, the most common approximation is that 250,000 migrated to the United States from 1717 to 1775. By 1790 400,000 people of Irish birth or ancestry lived in the United States.
These early immigrants were overwhelmingly members of the Protestant minority in Ireland who descended from Scottish and English colonists and colonial administrators who had settled the Plantations of Ireland, the largest of, the Plantation of Ulster. In Ireland, they are referred to as the Ulster Scots and the Anglo-Irish and while they intermarried to some degree, they never intermarried with the native Irish Catholic population, in turn, the Irish Catholics never converted to Protestant churches during the Reformation. Of the 250,000 immigrants from Ireland to the United States between 1717 and 1775 10,000 were Catholics. By 1800, the number of Irish Catholics who had immigrated had increased in absolute terms to 20,000, but had declined in proportional terms, as one-sixth of the white population in the United States by that time was composed of those of Scotch-Irish descent. Like most Catholics in the United States at the time, these Irish Catholics settled in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
In 1700, the estimated population of Maryland was 29,600, about one-tenth of, Catholic. By 1756, the number of Catholics in Maryland had increased to 7,000, which increased further to 20,000 by 1765. In Pennsylvania, there were 3,000 Catholics in 1756 and 6,000 by 1765. By the end of the American Revolutionary War in 1783, there were 24,000 to 25,000 Catholics in the United States out of a total population of 3 million. However, most of the Catholic population in the United States during the colonial period came from England and France, not Ireland. Most descendants of the Protestant Irish today identify their ancestry as "American" or "Irish"; the terms "Scotch-Irish" and "Scots-Irish" were utilized in the 19th century to differentiate between Protestant Irish and the later-arriving Catholic Irish. The Scots Irish were tenant farmers, settled in Ireland by the British government during the 17th-century Plantation of Ulster; the Scots-Irish settled in the colonial "back country" of the Appalachian Mountain region, became the prominent ethnic strain in the culture that developed there.
The descendants of Scots-Irish settlers had a great influence on the culture of the Southern United States in particular and the culture of the United States in general through such contributions as American folk music and western music, stock car racing, which became popular throughout the country in the late 20th century. Irish immigrants of this period participated in significant numbers in the American Revolution, leading one British major general to testify at the House of Commons that "half the rebel Continental Army were from Ireland." Historiographer Michael J. O'Brien examined many of the muster rolls from the Revolutionary War and found quintessential native Irish surnames and possible Anglicized Irish surnames, he estimated that some 38% of those in the revolutionary army were Irish. Irish Americans signed the foundational documents of the United States—the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution—and, beginning with Andrew Jackson, served as President; the early Ulster immigrants and their descendants at first referred to themselves as "Irish," without the qualifier "Scotch."
It was not until more than a century following the surge in Irish immigration after the Great Irish Famine of the 1840s, that some descendants of the Protestant Irish began to refer to themselves as "Scots-Irish" to distinguish them from the predominantly Catholic, destitute, wave of immigrants from Ireland in that era. However, most descendants of the Scots-Irish continued to consider themselves "Irish" or "American" rather than Scots-Irish; the two groups had little initial interaction in America, as the 18th-century Ulster immigrants were predominantly Protestant and had become settled in upland regions of the American interior, while the huge wave of 19th-century Catholic immigrant families settled in the Northeast and Midwest port cities such as Boston, New York, Buffalo, or Chicago. Ho
Givatayim is a city in Israel east of Tel Aviv. It is part of the metropolitan area known as Gush Dan. Givatayim was established in 1922 by pioneers of the Second Aliyah. In 2017 it had a population of 59,518; the name of the city comes from the "two hills" on which it was established: Borochov Hill and Kozlovsky Hill. Kozlovsky is the highest hill in the Gush Dan region at 85 meters above sea level; the city was expanded in the 1930s so that today it is situated on 4 hills, Kozlovsky, the railroad workers, Rambam Hill. Archaeological ruins date settlement on the site of what is now Givatayim back to the Calcolithic period; the modern town was founded on April 2, 1922 by a group of 22 Second Aliyah pioneers led by David Schneiderman. The group purchased 300 dunams of land on the outskirts of Tel Aviv that became the Borochov neighborhood, the first workers' neighborhood in the country, it was named for founder of the Poalei Zion workers' party. Another 70 families joined the group, receiving smaller plots.
The land was purchased with their private savings, but was voluntarily transferred to the Jewish National Fund, which organized Jewish settlement at the time, in keeping with the pioneers' socialist beliefs. Givatayim is credited for a number of breakthroughs in the early Jewish settlement movement, including establishing the first cooperative grocery store that still functioned in the same location into the 1980s. Over time, more neighborhoods developed: Sheinkin, Givat Rambam, Kiryat Yosef, Arlozorov. All these neighborhoods were merged to form a local council in August 1942. Givatayim was declared a city in 1959. Givatayim is located east of Tel Aviv, is bordered on the north and east by Ramat Gan. Givatayim has 9 elementary schools and 4 high schools; the city has Israel's highest rate of secondary school matriculation. and the highest rate of "Bagrut" rate in the Tel-Aviv metropolitan area. Mayor Ruven Ben-Shachar initiated a special high school exam assistance program that after 3 years resulted in an 11% increase of high school test results in 2010.
Eurocom Tower, under construction in Givatayim, is a 70-story skyscraper which will be Israel's tallest building upon completion. It is part of a complex that includes a 50-story office building. A large square will connect to surrounding areas with underground passes; the complex will be located near its Diamond Exchange District. In addition to Eurocom Tower, other high-rise projects are planned for the city. According to former Givatayim mayor Reuven Ben-Shahar, the municipality's policy is to promote high-rise construction on the city's outer edges, while preserving the fabric of residential neighborhoods deeper within the city, including the city center. Shimon Ben-Zvi Kuba Kraizman Yizhak Yaron Efi Stenzler Iris Avram, replaced the previous mayor due to his early resignation after he became the chairman of KKL - the Jewish National Fund Reuven Ben-Shahar Ran Kunik Reuven Ben-Shahar was the first candidate from Kadima that won a city election and the first mayor in Givatayim, not from the Israeli Labor Party.
Dvora Bochman, artist Oded Kattash, basketball player and coach Tzipora Obziler, tennis player Mickey Rosenthal, Labor Party Member of the Knesset Yuval Semo and comedian Givatayim is twinned with: Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania Oradea, Romania Arad, Romania Chattanooga, Tennessee Harbin, China Vác, Hungary Esslingen am Neckar, Germany Official website