Pekka Haavisto, Minister for International Development of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Finland, at the first World NGO Day in Helsinki in 2014
Pekka Haavisto, Minister for International Development of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Finland, at the first World NGO Day in Helsinki in 2014
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Statue representing Europa at Palazzo Ferreria, in Valletta, Malta
Europe-Georgia Institute head George Melashvili addresses the audience at the launch of the "Europe in a suitcase" project by two NGOs (the EGI and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation), which aims to increase cooperation between European politicians, journalists and representatives of the civic sector and academia with their counterparts in Georgia.
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First map of the world according to Anaximander (6th century BC)
World NGO Day 2014 in Afghanistan
Plaque commemorating the first session of the Council of Europe Assembly at Strasbourg University
A medieval T and O map printed by Günther Zainer in 1472, showing the three continents as domains of the sons of Noah — Asia to Sem (Shem), Europe to Iafeth (Japheth) and Africa to Cham (Ham)
Session of the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly in the former House of Europe in Strasbourg in 1967. Willy Brandt, German Minister for Foreign Affairs, is speaking.
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Winston Churchill's inaugural speech of the Council of Europe in The Hague
A New Map of Europe According to the Newest Observations (1721) by Hermann Moll draws the eastern boundary of Europe along the Don River flowing south-west and the Tobol, Irtysh and Ob rivers flowing north
Council's Parliamentary Assembly hemicycle
1916 political map of Europe showing most of Moll's waterways replaced by von Strahlenberg's Ural Mountains and Freshfield's Caucasus Crest, land features of a type that normally defines a subcontinent
European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines.
Paleolithic cave paintings from Lascaux in France ( 15,000 BCE)
Aerial shot of the Palais de l'Europe in Strasbourg
Stonehenge in the United Kingdom (Late Neolithic from 3000 to 2000 BCE).
Council of Europe's Agora building
The Parthenon in Athens (432 BCE)
Animation showing the growth and division of the Roman Empire (years CE)
Viking raids and division of the Frankish Empire at the Treaty of Verdun in 843
The maritime republics of medieval Italy reestablished contacts between Europe, Asia and Africa with extensive trade networks and colonies across the Mediterranean, and had an essential role in the Crusades.
Tancred of Sicily and Philip II of France, during the Third Crusade (1189–1192)
The sacking of Suzdal by Batu Khan in 1238, during the Mongol invasion of Europe.
The School of Athens by Raphael (1511): Contemporaries, such as Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci (centre), are portrayed as classical scholars of the Renaissance.
Habsburg dominions in the centuries following their partition by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. The principal military base of Philip II in Europe was the Spanish road stretching from the Netherlands to the Duchy of Milan.
The national boundaries within Europe set by the Congress of Vienna
Marshall's Temple Works (1840), the Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain
Map of European colonial empires throughout the world in 1914.
Map depicting the military alliances of World War I in 1914–1918
Serbian war efforts (1914–1918) cost the country one quarter of its population.
Nazi Germany began a devastating World War II in Europe by its leader, Adolf Hitler. Here Hitler, on the right, with his closest ally, the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, in 1940
Bombed and burned-out buildings in Hamburg, 1944/45
The "Big Three" at the Yalta Conference in 1945; seated (from the left): Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin
The Schuman Declaration led to the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community. It began the integration process of the European Union (9 May 1950, at the French Foreign Ministry).
Flag of Europe, adopted by the Council of Europe in 1955 as the flag for the whole of Europe
Map of populous Europe and surrounding regions showing physical, political and population characteristics, as per 2018
Köppen-Geiger climate classification map for Europe.
The Volga, as seen in Yaroslavl. It flows from Central Russia and into the Caspian Sea and is the longest river in Europe.
Mount Elbrus in Southern Russia, is the highest mountain in Europe.
Europa Point as seen from the Strait of Gibraltar, which separates the continents of Europe and Africa, also being between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Danube, as seen in Đerdap National Park. It flows from the Black Forest and into the Black Sea and is the second-longest river in Europe, which also passes through the largest number of countries in the world at 10.
Sutjeska National Park contains Perućica, which is one of the last remaining primeval forests in Europe.
Land use map of Europe with arable farmland (yellow), forest (dark green), pasture (light green) and tundra, or bogs, in the north (dark yellow)
Floristic regions of Europe and neighbouring areas, according to Wolfgang Frey and Rainer Lösch
Biogeographic regions of Europe and bordering regions
A brown bear near the Russian border in the forests of Kainuu, Finland
Once roaming the great temperate forests of Eurasia, European bison now live in nature preserves in Białowieża Forest, on the border between Poland and Belarus.
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Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
Eurozone (blue colour)
One of Kosovo's main economical sources is mining, because it has large reserves of lead, zinc, silver, nickel, cobalt, copper, iron and bauxite. Miners at the Trepča Mines in Mitrovica, Kosovo in 2011.
Population growth in and around Europe in 2021
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Map purportedly displaying the European continent split along cultural and state borders as proposed by the German organization Ständiger Ausschuss für geographische Namen (StAGN).
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Tallinn, the medieval capital of Estonia in the Baltic States, is a mixture of Western and Eastern architectural cultures.
Surficial geology of Europe

An international non-governmental organization (INGO) is an organization which is independent of government involvement and extends the concept of a non-governmental organization (NGO) to an international scope.

- International non-governmental organization

The Council of Europe (CoE; Conseil de l'Europe, CdE) is an international organisation founded in the wake of World War II to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe.

- Council of Europe

ActionAid is an international non-governmental organization whose stated primary aim is to work against poverty and injustice worldwide.

- ActionAid

In 1949, the Council of Europe was founded with the idea of unifying Europe to achieve common goals and prevent future wars.

- Europe

International NGOs (INGOs) — range from secular agencies, such as Save the Children, to religious groups. They may fund local NGOs, institutions and projects, and implement projects.

- Non-governmental organization
Jialu River, a tributary of the Huai River, flows through Zhengzhou
The Jingguang railway on the Snake Hill in Wuhan. In the far background, the railway crosses the Yangtze over the Wuhan Bridge.
Map including Zheng County (labeled as 鄭縣 CHENG-HSIEN (walled)) (AMS, 1955)
Shang dynasty oracle bone script, the first form of Chinese writing
A gudi flute discovered at Jiahu on display at the Henan Museum.
The Jingguang railway on the Snake Hill in Wuhan. In the far background, the railway crosses the Yangtze over the Wuhan Bridge.
Shaolin Temple (birthplace of Chinese Kung Fu)
A late Eastern Han (25–220 AD) Chinese tomb mural showing lively scenes of a banquet, dance and music, acrobatics, and wrestling, from the Dahuting Han tombs, on the southern bank of the Suihe River in Xinmi, Henan
A traditional musical performance at the museum
Dazhimen Station in Hankou, the original southern terminal of the Jinghan railway
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Longmen Grottoes (Mt. Longmen), Luoyang, Henan
Painting of four animals in cloud
An SS8 locomotive hauling a passenger train at Huaishuling in Fengtai District, Beijing.
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Farmland in Xiping County, Zhumadian
Bronze Fuhao owl
The Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge, built in 1957, connected the Beijing–Hankou railway and Guangzhou–Wuchang railways to form the Jingguang railway.
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White Horse Temple
Bronze Moire copper Ban
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Henan University
Wangzi Wuding
A train of the Zhengzhou Metro on the Chengjiao line
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Longhai Expressway near Songshan Road
The sign of Zhengzhou Airport Economy Zone (ZAEZ) at Yingbin Elevated Road
Songshan Hall of Zhengzhou Normal University in March 2019
Portrait of Zichan
Statue of Mao Zedong in Zhengzhou
Erqi Memorial Tower
Henan Museum
Between Heaven and Earth by Christian de Vietri

Zhengzhou, also spelt Zheng Zhou and alternatively romanized as Chengchow, is the capital and largest city of Henan Province in the central part of the People's Republic of China.

- Zhengzhou

Xingyang, is a county-level city of Henan Province, South Central China, it is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Zhengzhou.

- Xingyang

The Henan Museum, located in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China, is a history and archaeology museum.

- Henan Museum

The line passes through the capitals of each of them: Shijiazhuang (Hebei), Zhengzhou (Henan), Wuhan (Hubei), Changsha (Hunan) and Guangzhou (Guangdong).

- Beijing–Guangzhou railway

Four of the Eight Great Ancient Capitals of China, Luoyang, Anyang, Kaifeng and Zhengzhou, are in Henan.

- Henan
Nago–Torbole and the northern part of the lake
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16th-century portrait after Jean Perréal
Lake Garda and the mountains above Malcesine Castle in the North.
Punta San Vigilio and Baia delle Sirene,.
Marriage to Anne of Brittany at the Château de Langeais.
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Sirmione at Lake Garda
Villa degli Albertini.
French troops under Charles VIII entering Florence, 17 November 1494, by Francesco Granacci
The true source of Adige inside a bunker of the Alpine Wall
Lake Garda from space with its wind pattern
Coat of arms of Charles VIII, showing France Moderne and France Ancient quartered with Jerusalem cross, representing Charles's claim to the Kingdom of Jerusalem
The false source
Ferry boat on the lake.
Monument to the children of Charles VIII, Tours Cathedral
Graun, the bell tower in the Reschensee.
The Adige between Laas and Göflan in the Vinschgau.
The Adige flowing through Lagarina Valley.
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The Adige flowing through Verona.
The Adige flowing through Verona, as seen from the Castelvecchio Bridge.
The Adige flowing through Verona.
The Adige flowing through Verona seen from Castel San Pietro.
Adige river and Ponte Pietra in Verona.
The mouth of the Adige at Rosolina Mare

Garda is a town and comune on the shore of Lake Garda, in the province of Verona, Veneto, northeastern Italy.

- Garda, Veneto

The name Garda, which the lake has been referred to in documents dating to the 8th century, comes from the town of the same name.

- Lake Garda

To secure his rights to the Neapolitan throne that René of Anjou had left to his father, Charles made a series of concessions to neighbouring monarchs and conquered the Italian peninsula without much opposition.

- Charles VIII of France

His son Charles VIII attempted to take Naples by force, but failed and died childless in 1498.

- List of monarchs of Naples

The Adige is connected to Lake Garda by the Mori-Torbole tunnel, an artificial underground canal built for flood prevention.

- Adige
The Strait of Gibraltar is an important naval choke point, as entry to the Mediterranean Sea can be blocked there by a small number of vessels.
Jialu River, a tributary of the Huai River, flows through Zhengzhou
Map of the situation in northern China during the transition from the Sui to the Tang, with the main contenders for the throne and the main military operations
Map including Zheng County (labeled as 鄭縣 CHENG-HSIEN (walled)) (AMS, 1955)
The Battle of Luoyang-Hulao
A gudi flute discovered at Jiahu on display at the Henan Museum.
Shaolin Temple (birthplace of Chinese Kung Fu)
A traditional musical performance at the museum
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Painting of four animals in cloud
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Bronze Fuhao owl
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Bronze Moire copper Ban
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Wangzi Wuding
A train of the Zhengzhou Metro on the Chengjiao line
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Longhai Expressway near Songshan Road
The sign of Zhengzhou Airport Economy Zone (ZAEZ) at Yingbin Elevated Road
Songshan Hall of Zhengzhou Normal University in March 2019
Portrait of Zichan
Statue of Mao Zedong in Zhengzhou
Erqi Memorial Tower
Henan Museum
Between Heaven and Earth by Christian de Vietri

Hulao Pass is a choke point northwest of Xingyang, Henan province, China in the foothills of Mount Song.

- Hulao Pass

Xingyang, is a county-level city of Henan Province, South Central China, it is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Zhengzhou.

- Xingyang

The Henan Museum, located in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China, is a history and archaeology museum.

- Henan Museum

The municipality is home to 8,626,505 inhabitants (2010 census) and 6,35 million in its built up area made of 6 urban and suburban districts, Xingyang and Xinzheng cities and now Zhongmu county largely being urbanized, making the city one of the main built-up areas of the province.

- Zhengzhou

Upon hearing that Dou was approaching, he decided to advance east to take up defensive position at the key Hulao Pass in advance of Dou's arrival, leaving a relatively small Tang army, under the command of his brother Li Yuanji the Prince of Qi, at Luoyang.

- Wang Shichong
16th-century portrait after Jean Perréal
The Château de Vitré, one of the main fortifications on the Franco-breton border.
From left to right and top to bottom: 1. Victor Hugo Theatre, 2. Timbered house, 3. The château, 4. The belfry, 5. The town hall, 6. The Church of St. Sulpice
A general view of Vitré
Medal of Alfonso as Duke of Calabria by Adriano Fiorentino, 1481
Marriage to Anne of Brittany at the Château de Langeais.
The pattern of royal lands, duchies, and lordly domains in 1477, shortly before the Guerre folle
Panorama of the castle of Fougères seen from Raoul-II Square
The castle of Vitré overlooks the valley of the Vilaine, and the northern quarters of Vitré with the medieval suburb of Rachapt
Alfonso depicted in the work Portraits of a hundred illustrious captains by Aliprando Caprioli, 1596.
French troops under Charles VIII entering Florence, 17 November 1494, by Francesco Granacci
Louis II of Orléans
Fougères: The walls of the city (lithography by Albert Robida, 1900)
Château de Vitré, Place St-Yves
Medal of Alfonso in armor, Andrea Guazzalotti, 1481.
Coat of arms of Charles VIII, showing France Moderne and France Ancient quartered with Jerusalem cross, representing Charles's claim to the Kingdom of Jerusalem
Francis II of Brittany
The battalion square - Affair of Fougères, 1793, oil on canvas by Julien Le Blant, 1880. Brigham Young University, University of Provo, Utah
Notre-Dame Church
Arms of Alfonso II, King of Naples, KG
Monument to the children of Charles VIII, Tours Cathedral
Fougères: The Saint-Sulpice Gate (lithography by Albert Robida, 1900)
Castle Rochers-Sevigné
Statue of the general Jean Ambroise Baston de Lariboisière
Plan of fortifications (red is demolished)
Pays de Fougères
Old barracks of 70e régiment d'infanterie
Tour Nichot and the ramparts of the upper town
Castle of Vitré by night
A general view of the château
The belfry
The Notre-Dame Gate, to the west of the town
Convent of the clarisses urbanists of Fougères
The Val Nançon
A view of the public garden and the Church of Saint-Léonard
The public garden
A Fougères roundabout
Surf-branded bus
The during the big parade of the Festival interceltique de Lorient in 2012, arriving in the Moustoir Stadium.
The Church of Saint-Léonard at Fougères
The Church of Saint-Léonard, north side
Stained-glass windows of the Church of Saint-Léonard
Façade of the town hall
The museum of Emmanuel-de-la-Villéon
The convent of the Clarisses Urbanists
Belinaye Hotel
Façade of the municipal theatre
Luc Urbain du Bouëxic de Guichen
Armand Tuffin de La Rouërie
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Jean Ambroise Baston de Lariboisière
Juliette Drouet
Thérèse Pierre
A view of the château
The château
Upper town: Public garden and Church of Saint-Léonard
The Church of Saint-Léonard
A view from the Church of Saint-Léonard

It occurred during the regency of Anne of Beaujeu in the period after the death of Louis XI and before the majority of Charles VIII.

- Mad War

During Anne's regency, the great lords rebelled against royal centralisation efforts in a conflict known as the Mad War (1485–1488), which resulted in a victory for the royal government.

- Charles VIII of France

Within a year he was forced by the approaching army of Charles VIII of France to abdicate; he was succeeded by his son Ferdinand II of Naples.

- Alfonso II of Naples

Finally, the French general La Trémoille seized Fougères in 1488, during the Mad War.

- Fougères

In 1488, during the French invasion of Brittany, Vitré was seized by Charles VIII.

- Vitré, Ille-et-Vilaine
I. E. Weldon vs. LCVI.
Jun Lin
Fenelon Falls Secondary School
Fenelon Falls Secondary School
Jun Lin was last seen on surveillance camera entering this apartment building on Décarie Boulevard on the night of May 24, 2012
Another view of the apartment building

It is operated by the Trillium Lakelands District School Board

- I. E. Weldon Secondary School

The board oversaw several schools in the Victoria County area until 1999, when it was amalgamated into the Trillium Lakelands District School Board.

- Victoria County Board of Education

In 1999 the Victoria County Board of Education, Muskoka Board of Education, and the Haliburton County Board of Education were amalgamated into the Trillium Lakelands District School Board.

- Trillium Lakelands District School Board

Frank, Kwon, and Shauf were students at I. E. Weldon Secondary School and were brought together through a group assignment in their Grade 11 music class in which they had to cover various songs.

- The Kents (band)

Magnotta attended I. E. Weldon Secondary School in Lindsay.

- Murder of Jun Lin
Map of the island
The original taco rice
The first Ryukyuan mission to Edo, the capital of Tokugawa Japan
Another example of taco rice
Kin Kannon-ji
The last King Shō Tai
The tomb of Fang Chih at Onna Village
American troops in Okinawa, June 27, 1945
Kokusai Street in Naha
Moon Beach in Onna
Topographic map of Okinawa Island
Nakadomari, Onna-son Sunset - OKINAWA SUP Stand Up Paddleboard Session
Farmland in Okinawa
F-15C Eagles and an F-15D of the 18th Wing, Kadena Air Base
US military bases in Okinawa (2010)
Shuri Castle Festival in Naha
Tapic Kenso Hiyagon Stadium in Okinawa.
Naha Airport (2010)
Okinawa Urban Monorail
Yanbaru forest and Mount Yonaha
Matsuyama intersection in Naha
The Okinawa rail
Cliffs at Manzamo
Village of Onna
A pond in Okinawa
Cape Busena, in Nago, Okinawa
Sunset Beach (Chatan-cho)
Map of Okinawa Prefecture with location of Okinawa Island
Shuri Castle in Naha
Shureimon
Nakagusuku Castle ruins
Cornerstone of Peace monument
Nakamura house
Okinawa Island is the home of Tsuboya-yaki, pottery in the Ryūkyūan tradition.
Bullfighting (Tōgyū) arena. Okinawa is the home of a form of bullfighting sometimes compared to sumo

Taco rice was created in 1984 by Matsuzo Gibo and introduced at two of his cafes, Parlor Senri and King Tacos, located just a minute from the main gate of Camp Hansen in Kin, Okinawa.

- Taco rice

Ginoza is located on the eastern coast of the middle of the island of Okinawa.

- Ginoza, Okinawa

Kin is also claimed to be the origin of taco rice, a dish emblematic of modern Okinawan cuisine.

- Kin, Okinawa

Kin

- Onna, Okinawa

American presence on the island has also led to some creative dishes such as taco rice, which is now a common meal served in bentos, and common use of spam.

- Okinawa Island
A 221 series EMU on a Miyakoji Rapid service in April 2020
Nakanoshima Station platforms, October 2008
A 221 series EMU on a Miyakoji Rapid service in April 2020
Light blue represents the Kyoto metropolitan area defined by Kyōto Toshiken Jichitai Network, blue represents Kyoto–Kusatsu MEA, and dark blue represents Kyoto City.
A Keihan 8000 series limited express in revised color scheme
View of Uji river from Uji bridge
Route map
Kuni-kyō
Biwako Hall in Ōtsu
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Detail of the Fushimi area in Kyoto
Nagaoka-kyō, a Capital of Japan in Otokuni Palace
Railway map around Kyoto City
A Keihan 8000 series limited express in revised color scheme
This is the Kisen Bridge, which connects Uji to a small peninsula park called 宇治公園 (Uji Park) in the Uji-Gawa River
Abandoned abutments of a bridge on the former route of the Nara Line are under the bridge of the Kintetsu Kyoto Line.
Map of Kyoto Prefecture
View of Kyoto Station from Kyoto Tower
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A Tea House next to Uji Bridge
103-series in December 2017
Kyoto Station
Expressway map around Kyoto City. Roads and junctions under planning are shown by dotted lines.
A 13000 series train on the Uji Line in April 2012
Ujigami Shrine
205-series in January 2019
Tōkaidō Shinkansen arriving at Kyoto Station
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Panoramic view of downtown Uji. including Byōdō-in (2020)
221-series in January 2017
Railway map around southern Kyoto Prefecture.
Keihan 2600 series EMU at Jingū-Marutamachi Station
Phoenix Hall and Garden, Byōdō-in
Expressway map around southern Kyoto Prefecture. Roads and junctions under planning are shown by dotted lines.
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A public post box in Uji shaped as tea caddy
Sanga Stadium by Kyocera.
Keihan 3000 series express in January 2018
On ramp for Keiji Bypass
Kyoto City
Keihan 13000 series express in August 2017
Uji Shrine
Uji City
Kameoka City
Nagaokakyō City
Maizuru City
Fukuchiyama City
Miyazu City and Aso Bay
Kinkaku-ji
Ginkaku-ji
Togetsu Bridge in Arashiyama
Heian Shrine
Japanese tea plantation
Rokkaku-dō, where a school of the Japanese flower arrangement originated from.

Uji (宇治市) is a city on the southern outskirts of the city of Kyoto, in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

- Uji

Greater Kyoto is a metropolitan area in Japan encompassing Kyoto, the capital of Kyoto Prefecture, as well as its surrounding areas including Ōtsu, the capital of Shiga Prefecture.

- Greater Kyoto

Its official termini are Kizu Station in Kizugawa and Kyōto Station in Kyoto, within Kyoto Prefecture; however, all trains continue past Kizu on the Yamatoji Line (Kansai Main Line) to Nara Station in Nara, Nara Prefecture.

- Nara Line (JR West)

Kyoto is the capital and largest city of Kyoto Prefecture, with other major cities including Uji, Kameoka, and Maizuru.

- Kyoto Prefecture

It connects Chushojima Station on the Keihan Main Line in Fushimi, Kyoto and Uji Station in Uji, Kyoto, forming an alternative route to JR West's Nara Line.

- Keihan Main Line

5 September – Robert Fergusson, poet writing in Braid Scots (died 1774)

- 1750 in Scotland

27 June – Jamie Anderson, golfer (died 1905)

- 1842 in Scotland

16 October – Robert Fergusson, Scottish poet (born 1750; died in bedlam following head injury)

- 1774 in Scotland

16 August – Jamie Anderson, golfer (born 1842)

- 1905 in Scotland

15 April – Osgood Mackenzie, landowner (born 1842)

- 1922 in Scotland
Simplest sonata form pattern and its relation to binary form.
Ludwig van Beethoven's manuscript sketch for Piano Sonata No. 28, Movement IV, Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit Entschlossenheit (Allegro), in his own handwriting. The piece was completed in 1816.
Ludwig van Beethoven's manuscript sketch for Piano Sonata No. 28, Movement IV Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit Entschlossenheit (Allegro), in his own handwriting. The piece was completed in 1816.
Oil painting of Franz Schubert by Wilhelm August Rieder (1875), made from his own 1825 watercolour portrait
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Ludwig van Beethoven's manuscript sketch for Piano Sonata No. 28, Movement IV, Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit Entschlossenheit (Allegro), in his own handwriting. The piece was completed in 1816.
Early examples of sonata form resemble two-reprise continuous ternary form.
Individual sheet music of a sonata, written in the Baroque period.
The house in which Schubert was born, today Nußdorfer Straße 54
Sonata form, optional features in parentheses
Schubert c. 1814, painted by Josef Abel
Baroque binary forms roots in sonata form
Watercolour of Franz Schubert by Wilhelm August Rieder (1825)
Coda to Mozart's Sonata in C Major, K. 309, I, mm. 152–155; last bars of recapitulation also presented for context [[File:Mozart- Coda- Sonata in C Major, K. 309, I.mid]]
Franz Schubert by Josef Kriehuber (1846)
Portrait of Franz Schubert by Franz Eybl (1827)
Schubert's glasses
Memorial at the Kalvarienberg Church, Hernals
The site of Schubert's first tomb at Währing
Autograph of Die Nebensonnen (The Sun dogs) from Winterreise
Interior of museum at Schubert's birthplace, Vienna, 1914
Lithograph of Franz Schubert by Josef Kriehuber (1846)
The Schubert Denkmal
Schubert at the Piano by Gustav Klimt (1899)

A piano sonata is a sonata written for a solo piano.

- Piano sonata

The Piano Sonata in C major, 279, composed by Franz Schubert in September 1815, has three movements and is regarded as incomplete for lacking a fourth movement.

- Piano Sonata in C major, D 279 (Schubert)

After its establishment, the sonata form became the most common form in the first movement of works entitled "sonata", as well as other long works of classical music, including the symphony, concerto, string quartet, and so on.

- Sonata form

The term came to apply both to the structure of individual movements (see Sonata form and History of sonata form) and to the layout of the movements in a multi-movement work.

- Sonata

Although Schubert was clearly influenced by the Classical sonata forms of Beethoven and Mozart, his formal structures and his developments tend to give the impression more of melodic development than of harmonic drama.

- Franz Schubert