Hondarribia is a town situated on the west shore of Bidasoa river's mouth, in Gipuzkoa, in Basque Country, Spain. The border town is situated on a little promontory facing Hendaye over the Txingudi bay. A service boat makes the trip between the two cities; the town holds an ancient old quarter with a castle. In addition, Hondarribia features a beach across the Bidasoa from the touristy housing estate Sokoburu in Hendaye, alongside a mountain called Jaizkibel providing a hilly backdrop to the town. A road leads north-east from the beach area to the Cape Higuer, located in this municipality; the town harbours the San Sebastian Airport. The population as of 2005 is 15,700 inhabitants; the battles fought for possession of this fortified stronghold are known by the Spanish name for the place. Battle of Fuenterrabía, in which Claude, Duke of Guise distinguished himself, was instigated by Guillaume Gouffier, seigneur de Bonnivet, in command of the army of Navarre; the city was reoccupied by Charles V's forces in 1524 after the first Siege of Fuenterrabía.
Siege of Fuenterrabía was the outcome of a siege by the invading forces of Louis XIII, led by Condé. 27,000 French soldiers besieged the city for two months, firing 16,000 shells into the walled city, leaving only 300 survivors, most of them women and children. The city was destroyed, but did not surrender; the Spanish soldiers were successful, the raising of the siege is celebrated annually on 8 September in a parade, known as Alarde. Battle of Fuenterrabía, during the War of the Quadruple Alliance. Battle of Fuenterrabía, in which the French Revolutionary Army took the city by breaching the walls. After they took over the city, they blew up with the help of German engineers the section of wall facing France; the signing of the Peace of Basel took place. The women's basketball team Hondarribia-Irun and the rowing club Hondarribia Arraun Elkartea are the two most prestigious sports clubs in the town. In the last decade, the judo club Ama Guadalupekoa has had a lot of national medals in this discipline.
The Hondarribia-Irun plays in the Spanish women's basketball league since 2003, it has competed against European teams several times. Hondarribia has a rowing team called Hondarribia Arraun Elkartea, its boat is characterized by its green color and its name, “Ama Guadalupekoa”. In 2005 it won “La Bandera de la Concha”, one of the most prestigious competitions for Basque rowers. Furthermore, the Vilariño family, linked to the world of the engine, continues to achieve success at national and European levels. Hondarribia has its own golf course where Jose Maria Olazabal, one of the best golf players in the world, was raised, marina, where the Olympic medalist Iker Martinez took his first boat roads; the construction of a jetty and other ancillary works by the engineer Iribarren, created the beach of Hondarribia that provides a place to enjoy the waters of the bay. In the late twentieth century the beach was modified, building on its surroundings a recreational port and a sports center. Throughout the year, but in the summer months, Arma Plaza Fundazioa organizes guided visits to the old town, the port-quarter of the Marina and the Fort of Guadalupe.
The tourist office managed by Arma Plaza Fundazioa, located in the Plaza de Armas, incorporates an interpretation center with spaces for audiovisual presentations / temporary exhibitions and souvenirs of the city. Juan de Alcega and tailor known by his book on geometrical tailoring. Josune Amunarriz, prominent female avant-garde artist whose large-scale installations can be seen in San Sebastián, New York. Jorge Bolet, legendary American-Cuban pianist José María Olazábal famous Spanish golfer, winner of two U. S. Masters titles and regular member of the European Ryder Cup team. Unai Emery, winner of Europa League and the former manager of Arsenal, Paris Saint Germain, Sevilla FC, Valencia CF and Spartak Moscow. Íñigo Cervantes, professional tennis player Official Website. Hondarribia in the Bernardo Estornes Lasa - Auñamendi Encyclopedia Tourism in Hondarribia, official website Official website of the Pintxos contest, which takes place in Hondarribia Santiago Sanchez, et al. "CAAD and historical buildings: the importance of the simulation of the historical process": restoring the walls of Hondarribia
Syntypistis is a genus of moths of the family Notodontidae first described by Turner in 1907. Syntypistis alboviridis Syntypistis alleni Syntypistis ardjuna Syntypistis amamiensis Nakatomi, 1981 Syntypistis ambigua Schintlmeister & Fang, 2001 Syntypistis aspera Kishida & Kobayashi, 2004 Syntypistis ceramensis Syntypistis chambae Syntypistis charistera Syntypistis chloropasta Turner, 1907 Syntypistis comatus Syntypistis cupreonitens Syntypistis cyanea Syntypistis defector Syntypistis eichhorni Syntypistis fasciata Syntypistis ferrea Syntypistis grisescens Syntypistis hasegawai Syntypistis hercules Syntypistis japonica Nakatomi, 1981 Syntypistis jupiter Syntypistis lineata Syntypistis malayana Syntypistis melana C. S. Wu & C. L. Fang, 2003 Syntypistis murina Syntypistis nigribasalis Syntypistis opaca Turner, 1922 Syntypistis palladina Syntypistis pallidifascia Syntypistis paranga Syntypistis parcevirens Syntypistis perdix Syntypistis praeclara M. Wang & Kobayashi, 2004 Syntypistis pryeri Syntypistis punctatella Syntypistis rhypara Syntypistis scensus Syntypistis sinope Schintlmeister, 2002 Syntypistis spadix Kishida & Kobayashi, 2004 Syntypistis spitzeri Syntypistis subgeneris Syntypistis subgriseoviridis Syntypistis synechochlora Syntypistis triguttata Syntypistis trioculata Syntypistis umbrosa Syntypistis uskwara Syntypistis victor Schintlmeister & Fang, 2001 Syntypistis viridigriseus Syntypistis viridipicta Syntypistis witoldi
Khaled Abdulaziz Al-Duwaisan is a Kuwaiti diplomat and the current ambassador to the United Kingdom, a role he has held since 1993. He is Dean of the Diplomatic Corps in London. Al-Duwaisan received his BA from his MBA in diplomacy from Kuwait University. Al-Duwaisan joined Kuwait's Foreign Ministry in 1970. Prior to his posting to London, he served as Kuwait's ambassador to the Netherlands and Romania before being posted to London in 1993. In London, Al-Duwaisan is Dean of the Diplomatic Corps as the longest-serving ambassador to the United Kingdom. In 2012 he received an Honorary Doctor of Civil Law Degree from the University of East Anglia. In 1995, Queen Elizabeth II appointed him an Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order. In March 2015, he was awarded the Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award under the Policy Driver category for his work on interfaith dialogue and counter-terrorism. A doctoral fellowship named after Al-Duwaisan at Durham University's Ustinov College is awarded annually to postgraduate students focused on international and regional politics and security
Osama Yassin is the former minister of youth of Egypt. He was part of the Qandil Cabinet and one of the five Freedom and Justice members in the first cabinet, he is one of the leading members of the FJP. Yassin was born on 25 December 1964, he received a BS in medicine and surgery in 1989 and a master's degree in pediatric medicine in 1994. Yassin served as a medical specialist and advisor in the pediatric unit of Ain Shams University's hospital from 1994 to 2010, he is a member of the World Allergy Organization and a founding member of the Egyptian Pediatric Allergy and Immunity Group. Yassin is one of the active Brotherhood members since he joined the group in 1985 and became the spokesperson for the group, he was a member of the Brotherhood’s central Cairo administrative office from 2005 to 2011. He is a member of the so-called "iron organization," a strong, committed faction in the Brotherhood led by Khairat Al Shater, the Brotherhood’s first deputy chairman and the deputy general guide. During Egyptian Revolution of 2011, he acted as the group’s field coordinator.
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