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  Vitória do Futuro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Great Vitoria, specially Vitoria, had registered a high populational growing in the years 60 and 70 and beginning of 80’s, resulting from the migratory movements caused by the break in the structure of exporter primary model and by the implantation of the great projects in the state.
Vitoria Bay receives the waters of the rivers Santa Maria, Bubu, Aribiri and Marinho, in whose waters are launched in natura domestic and industrial effluents, without treatment, causing a pollutants contamination level that ranges from organic material to heavy metals, with high rates of fecal coliforms.
Vitoria is densely populated, with concentration at regions of older occupation: administrative regions I (Downtown); II (Santo Antonio); III (Bairro de Lourdes); and IV (Maruípe).
www.vitoria.es.gov.br /vitfut/english/howitis.htm   (7102 words)

  
 Car Rental Vitoria with Auto Europe
Vitoria is a prime destination with a variety of attractions sure to satisfy all interests.
It is advised that you rent a car in Vitoria to enjoy all of which the city offers, from traditional fiestas such as the "White Virgin" to the variety of sculptures that inhabit the plazas.
The most significant historic attraction in Vitoria is the Medieval Quarter.
www.autoeurope.com /car-rental/Vitoria-rental-guide.cfm?c=1335   (511 words)

  
 Francisco de Vitoria Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Vitoria, in effect, revised the medieval doctrines (derived in part from Roman law) on the laws of God, nature, and nations.
Vitoria adapted the doctrine of the law of nature to the new conditions.
Vitoria, however, upheld the pope's authority to entrust one Christian power with the task of converting the heathen.
www.bookrags.com /biography/francisco-de-vitoria   (560 words)

  
 Vitoria Gasteiz - Turismo
Vitoria was founded by Sancho VI of Navarre.
The local bylaws that governed Vitoria for almost 300 years were passed.
The armies of Napoleon were defeated at the Battle of Vitoria.
www.vitoria-gasteiz.org /we027/http/html/en/0102.shtml   (365 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Vitoria
Vitoria by the peculiarities of the local phonetics, and conferred upon it the
Diocese of Vitoria was erected, in conformity with the
Vitoria was disturbed by the factions of the Callejas (Aristocrats) and the Agalas (Democrats); the former held their meetings in the Church of San Pedro, and the later in that of San Miguel.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/15489a.htm   (947 words)

  
 Vitoria, Spain. All you need to know
Vitoria in the Basque Country is 41km south of Bilbao and up until the 1980's was a sleepy, quiet hamlet.
Vitoria was founded on the site of a small hamlet called Gasteiz, perched on the top of a hill.
In the middle ages Vitoria was renowned for its craftsmen and merchants whose guilds gave rise to the names of streets.
www.idealspain.com /Pages/Places/Vitoria.htm   (517 words)

  
 Battle of Vitoria : Napoleonic Wars : Peninsular War : King Joseph : Wellesley : Jourdan
Vitoria was the battle that broke the back of the French occupation of Spain and led to common Allied soldiers becoming wealthy men overnight, as they looted a baggage train containing some 5.5 million francs worth of treasure.
In the lead up to Vitoria, the Duke of Wellington split his army of some 70,000 men in two and sent the majority of them (40,000 under General Graham) on a series of hook marches that would force the French to continually look at their defensive flanks.
At Vitoria, the sides collided and a series of French errors - most crucially not guarding a key bridge at Tres Puentes - allowed Wellington to cross the major Zadorra River with several divisions.
www.napoleonguide.com /battle_vitoria.htm   (357 words)

  
 Zador, school of Spanish in Vitoria (Spain)
ZADOR in Vitoria is a complete language centre with sections devoted to Spanish for foreigners, English, German and French for Spaniards, as well as translation and interpretation.
The school, which occupies the ground floor of a restored historical building, is in the centre of the city, close to the pedestrian area of the España Square, the old town, the Florida park, as well as near the streets and avenues that link the centre with the outskirts.
Consult the map of Vitoria to see exactly where the school is located and what you can find around it.
www.zadorspain.org /Ingles/Zador_School_of_Spanish_in_Vitoria.html   (669 words)

  
 Francisco de Vitoria Summary
Francisco de Vitoria, the political and legal philosopher and theologian, was born in Vitoria, capital of the Basque province of Álava, Spain.
Vitoria is famous chiefly for his relectiones, the most important of which are De Potestate Civili, De Potestate Ecclesiae Prior, De Potestate Ecclesiae Posterior, De Potestate Papae et Concilii, and, particularly, De Indis and De Iure Belli.
Doyle, John P. "Vitoria on Choosing to Replace a King." In Hispanic Philosophy in the Age of Discovery: Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy, Vol.
www.bookrags.com /Francisco_de_Vitoria   (1913 words)

  
 Zador, school of Spanish: Tourist Information about Vitoria
Vitoria is the perfect blend of old European history with young and modern development.
The town, as yet untouched by mass-tourism, allows you to discover the marvel of the fusion between the solid strength of the past and the energetic power of the future.
In fact, Vitoria is ranked second in standard of living among all the cities in Spain, and first as to green areas and cultural places.
www.zadorspain.org /Ingles/TouristInfoaboutVitoria.html   (320 words)

  
 Matt's Vitori Journal
The next day was my last day in Vitoria and I went for a swim at the beach, later went out with some new people; the guy looking after the free internet place in the shopping center, his girlfriend and her friend.
From Vitoria, I came by bus over the bridge to the city of Vilha Velha and climbed this hill.
Vitoria is a coastal city, with Rio de Janeiro some 500kms to the south-west and Porto Seguro some 600kms north.
www.greatestcities.com /users/travelphotos/South_America/Brazil/Vitoria   (559 words)

  
 Vitoria travel guide
Vitoria is located in the heart of the Basque Country in Spain, 66 km south of Bilbao, 114 km from San Sebastian and 351 km from Madrid.
Vitoria is the political capital of the Basque country and administration was recently relocated from Bilbao to Vitoria.
Vitoria has a small Airport (Aeropuerto Vitoria-Foronda) 8 km north of the town with a few flight destinations.
www.world66.com /europe/spain/basque_country_eus/vitoria   (158 words)

  
 Vitoria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Vitoria is considered a significant contributor to just war theory.
However, unlike Las Casas, Vitoria changed his theory so as to justify the Spanish seizure of treasure in the Americas.
The Asociacion Francisco de Vitoria is founded in Spain to study Vitoria and spread his ideas through publications, conferences and courses at the University of Salamanca.
oregonstate.edu /instruct/phl302/philosophers/vitoria.html   (186 words)

  
 The Peninsular War | The Battle of Vitoria, 21st June 1813
At 8am on 21st June, Wellington's co-ordinated attack was opened by Hill's 2nd Division, Morillo's division of Spanish infantry and Cadogan's Brigade crossing the Zadorra at Puebla to attack the heights overlooking the French position.
The battlefield of Vitoria is another of those in the Peninsula to have been bisected by a motorway, in this case the N1.
The easiest approach is to leave the N102 10km west of Vitoria (Gasteiz) following the road signposted to Mendoza.
www.peninsularwar.org /vitoria.htm   (589 words)

  
 accomodation.vitoria - accommodation in vitoria's Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The principal episode in the later history of Vitoria is the
Vitoria hosts three annual International music festivals: A Jazz Festival every 10th to the 16th of July; Las Fiestas de la Blanca celebrated from the 4th of August to the 9th; and the Azkena Rock Festival in late August and early September.
The name “Nueva Victoria” was given to the city by King Sancho VI of Navarre, who founded Vitoria in 1181.  At that time it was a walled defensive outpost belonging to the kingdom of Navarre.
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 Vitoria's Cemetery | TIME
Eight years before, when the Christian doctors of Vitoria had fled from the bubonic plague, Jewish doctors had come out of their ghetto to minister to the town's sick and dying.
Vitoria's city fathers gave their bond to the departing Jews that their ancient cemetery, the Judiz Mendi (Jewish Hill), would never be "touched, wounded or tilled."
In return for their release, the city promised to put any bones found on Judiz Mendi into a memorial, to be built on the spot.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,888755,00.html   (567 words)

  
 Vitoria | Campo Suso | Gasteiz
The capital of the Basque Country is Vitoria or Gasteiz as it is known in Basque.
This historic quarter unfolds into the new suburbs of the nineteenth century Vitoria where you will find the second cathedral, The Cathedral of Maria Inmaculada, also known as New Cathedral, whose construction commenced in the early 20th century.
Vitoria is a city with one of the highest levels of "quality o life" in Spain and enjoys an intense cultural life.
www.spanish-living.com /regional/Pais_Vasco_Vitoria.htm   (596 words)

  
 Vitoria-Gasteiz - Wikitravel
Situated in the South of the Basque Country, Vitoria-Gasteiz is a city without sea.
Two new shopping malls were opened in the north of Vitoria on the road going to Bilbao comprising grocery, DIY, cinemas, bars and everything else you need.
The Basque cuisine is one of the best in Spain and Vitoria has restaurants in all categories.
wikitravel.org /en/Vitoria   (619 words)

  
 Vitoria Hotels: Compare Vitoria, Spain Hotel Rates and Reviews - SideStep
This is a very convenient hotel for those who want to stay close to the airport but within easy acces to Vitoria old quarter...
The Hotel Silken Ciudad de Vitoria is a beautiful structure in the located in centre of Vitoria- Gasteiz, one of the top...
The Silken Cuidad de Vitoria, Vitoria, Spain, is a 4 star hotel located close to the heart of historic Vitoria, with easy...
www.sidestep.com /hotels-rooms-l1500202-vitoria_hotels_spain   (482 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Vitoria, Spain & Portugal (Spanish And Portuguese Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Vitoria, Spain & Portugal (Spanish And Portuguese Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
by the Visigoths; in 1181 Sancho the Wise of Navarre named it Vitoria to commemorate a victory over the Moors.
At Vitoria in 1813 Wellington won the decisive battle of the Peninsular War against the French under Joseph Bonaparte and Jourdan.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/V/VitoriaSp.html   (204 words)

  
 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Vitoria-Gasteiz, chief town of the Basque province of Álava and administrative center of the Autonomous Community of the País Vasco, lies to the south of the Cantabrian Mountains in a plain below the north side of the Montes de Vitoria.
It began to develop into a town of some consequence in the 12th century, when, after a Navarrese victory, Sancho the Wise renamed it Vitoria.
In 1813 Wellington's troops defeated a French army commanded by General Jourdan in a battle fought to the south of the town, compelling the French to withdraw from Spain.
www.planetware.com /spain/vitoria-gasteiz-e-vasc-vg.htm   (183 words)

  
 Vitoria, Brasil by Sergio Koreisha
Vitoria, capital of Espirito Santo state, has a population of about one million in the metropolitan area.
It is located in a beatiful island very close to the continent.
Together with Tubarao, just north of city, Vitoria is the leading iron-ore port of Brazil.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~sergiok/brasil/vitoria.html   (172 words)

  
 Vitoria : Introduction | Frommers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Quiet and sleepy until the early 1980s, Vitoria was chosen as headquarters of the Basque region's autonomous government.
In honor of that occasion, it revived the name Gasteiz, by which it was known when founded in 1181 by King Sancho of Navarre.
Far more enduring, however, has been the name Vitoria, a battle site revered by the English.
www.frommers.com /destinations/vitoria/1202010001.html   (258 words)

  
 Electra Vitoria
At Electra Vitoria we believe that the right solution exists for each person, which is why we adapt the design of our vertical transport systems to the requirements of each kind of building.
The solution we provide will add value to your building.
Use the list below to select the type of project you would like to address and please do not hesitate to contact us, as we will accompany you throughout the duration of the project, even before its gets off the ground.
www.electra-vitoria.com /ingles/soluciones/soluciones.asp   (92 words)

  
 Vitoria, Álava Copywriters - Copy Writer
Here are the most recent Vitoria, Álava copywriter vendors that have requested a listing on Marketingtool.com.
Click here to learn more about why a Marketingtool.com Vitoria copy writer featured listing is one of the best methods of advertising your business.
THE best place to find Vitoria copywriters for advertising campaigns, public relations campaigns and marketing initiatives.
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 Vitoria Vacation Rentals | Hotels
HotStays.com features Vitoria vacation rentals, Vitoria cabin rentals, Vitoria cottage rentals, Vitoria holiday villas, Vitoria bed and breakfast inns and Vitoria condo rentals.
We have over 100 properties in the Vitoria, Spain area.
It is the first 5 star hotel in Vitoria.
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 Amazon.com: vitoria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Vitoria: Political Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Francisco de Vitoria, Anthony Pagden, and Jeremy Lawrance (Paperback - Jan 31, 1992)
1528, is the earliest of Vitoria's surviving relections.' The textual discrepancies...
Alfonso Alonso: alcalde de Vitoria y presidente del PP de Álava: "el plan Ibarretxe es una idea totalitaria": el presidente de los populares alaveses ofrece...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=vitoria&tag=digitalpaper-20&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (455 words)

  
 YouTube - Vitoria
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Interlagos 1991 - 3 utimas voltas, volta da vitoria e Podium
Wynton Marsalis -jam session2 at Vitoria Jazz Festival 06
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 YouTube - Poetango en Vitoria-Gasteiz
Jam session: saxo solo at Vitoria Jazz Festival 06
Jam session: piano solo at Vitoria Jazz Festival 06
Ronnie Mathews Trio at Vitoria Jazz Festival 06
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