Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 25**

" Cover of the orchestral score The Symphony No. 4 in G major by Gustav Mahler was composed from 1899 to 1900, incorporating a song that he wrote in 1892. That song, "Das himmlische Leben", presents a child's vision of heaven and is sung by a soprano in the symphony's fourth and final movement. Th…"

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Wikimedia Commons 'Picture of the day': **January 25**

"Mural of 5.70×3.50 m. with references to Lisbon and São Paulo located in Frei Caneca Street, close to Paulista Avenue in São Paulo. The city was founded on this day in 1554. "

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Wikipedia 'On this day': **January 25**

"January 25: Feast day of Saint Gregory of Nazianzus (Eastern Orthodoxy) Laurentic 1704 – English colonists from the Province of Carolina and their native allies began a series of raids against the largely peaceful population of Apalachee in Spanish Florida. 1792 – Thomas Hardy founded the London Corr…"

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Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 24**

" Facade of the New York Stock Exchange Building The New York Stock Exchange Building is the headquarters of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It is composed of two connected structures in Lower Manhattan, New York City. One part, the original structure at 18 Broad Street, was designed in the Cl…"

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Wikimedia Commons 'Picture of the day': **January 24**

"Nilgiri South (6,839m) forms an impressive backdrop to a large suspension bridge over the Kali Gandaki river near Tatopani. "

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Wikipedia 'On this day': **January 24**

"January 24: Mother's Day in Iran (2022): Day of the Unification of the Romanian Principalities in Romania University of Calcutta shortly after its founding AD 41 – Cassius Chaerea and disgruntled Praetorian Guards murdered the Roman emperor Caligula, replacing him with his uncle Claudius. 1857 – The …"

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Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 23**

" Life restoration of A. fontoynontii Archaeoindris fontoynontii is a gorilla-sized extinct giant lemur, the largest primate known from Madagascar. This sloth lemur was related to the extinct Palaeopropithecus and became extinct around 350 BCE. It was first described by Herbert F. Standing in 1909…"

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Wikipedia 'On this day': **January 23**

"January 23 Elizabeth Blackwell 1556 – One of the deadliest earthquakes in history struck Shaanxi, China, resulting in at least 100,000 direct deaths. 1849 – Elizabeth Blackwell (pictured) graduated from Geneva Medical College in New York, making her the first woman to receive a medical degree in the …"

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Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 22**

" Bob Bates in 2015 Legend Entertainment Company was an American developer and publisher of computer games, best known for creating adventure titles throughout the 1990s. The company was founded by Bob Bates (pictured) and Mike Verdu. Legend also negotiated licenses to popular book series and earn…"

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Wikimedia Commons 'Picture of the day': **January 22**

"Mount Petros, Carpathian Biosphere Reserve, Ukraine. Today is the Day of Unity of Ukraine. "

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Wikipedia 'On this day': **January 22**

"January 22: Day of Unity of Ukraine (1919) Depiction of a 19th-century Swiss Guard 1506 – The first contingent of 150 Swiss Guards (example depicted) arrived in Rome to provide security for the pope. 1689 – The Convention Parliament met to decide the fate of the throne after James II, the last Cathol…"

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Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 21**

" Torpedo Boat No. 38 (formerly Kranich), of the Schichau class The Schichau class consisted of 22 torpedo boats built for the Austro-Hungarian Navy between 1885 and 1891. Initially powered by steam from a locomotive boiler and armed with two 37 mm (1.5 in) Hotchkiss guns and two 356 mm (14 in) to…"

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Wikimedia Commons 'Picture of the day': **January 21**

"Birch mushroom (Piptoporus betulinus) on broken birch branch in natural habitat. "

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Wikipedia 'On this day': **January 21**

"January 21 Members of the First Dáil 763 – The Abbasid Caliphate crushed the Alid revolt when a rebel leader was mortally wounded in battle near Basra in present-day Iraq. 1789 – The Power of Sympathy by William Hill Brown, widely considered to be the first American novel, was published. 1919 – The F…"

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Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 20**

" The Old Exe Bridge is a ruined medieval bridge in Exeter, England. Built from around 1190 and completed by 1214, it is the oldest surviving bridge of its size in England and the oldest bridge in Britain with a chapel on it. The project was the idea of influential local merchants Nicholas and Wal…"

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Wikimedia Commons 'Picture of the day': **January 20**

"50 Pfennig Notgeld banknote: shipwright with model ship, designed by Heinz Schiestl, issued by the City of Kitzingen (Germany) in 1921. "

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Wikipedia 'On this day': **January 20**

"January 20: Day of Nationwide Sorrow in Azerbaijan (1990) 2009 inauguration of Barack Obama 1356 – Edward Balliol, whose father John was briefly King of Scotland, gave up his claim to the throne in exchange for an English pension. 1877 – The Constantinople Conference concluded with the Great Powers d…"

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Wikipedia 'Featured article': **January 19**

" Hoodoo Mountain is a potentially active stratovolcano in the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its flat-topped summit is covered by an ice cap that is more than 100 metres (330 feet) thick and at least 3 kilometres (2 miles) in diameter, and has an elevation of 1,850 metres (6,070 f…"

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