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Transylvania, an autonomous principality long ago, adheres to it own history distinct from Romania’s; for centuries, it was yanked back and forth by the Hungarians, Austrians and Romanians.
The French could not impose their version of liberty and equality; only Germans could know what those ideas mean for the powers and principalities that would eventually form Germany.
Ramirez’s cousin, Diego Salazar, has also been arrested on suspicion of helping siphon off $1.6 billion to banks in the European principality of Andorra.
In the thirteenth century, the Mongols conquered feuding East Slavic principalities, drenching the land in blood and subjugating the Orthodox Christian Slavs for more than 200 years.
According to People, the nuptials took place in the Salon des Glaces at the Pink Palace and was performed by the principality's Justice Minister Philippe Narmino.
That would raise tensions further in the region of 7.5 million people, a former principality with its own language and culture, and potentially hurt the resurgent Spanish economy.
Still, with trepidation, the world awaits to see which power or principality the colossus of the White House Twitter account decides to confound and humiliate next.
Queen Bey can add another principality to her dominions — pregnancy Instagram posts.
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