Corsica
Corsica (/ˈkɔrsɪkə/; French: Corse [kɔʁs]; Corsican and Italian: Corsica) is an island in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to France. It is located west of the Italian Peninsula, southeast of the F...
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Man 'Injured By Harpoon' During Riot On Corsica Beach After Tourist Takes Photo Of Woman In Burkini
Riot police were summoned and a man was injured by a harpoon when a mass brawl broke out on a beach in Corsica, apparently triggered by a tourist taking a photo of women in “
Anti-Muslim Protests Continue In Corsica Despite Ban On Gatherings
Hundreds of people took to the streets on the French island of Corsica on Sunday, in violation of the ban on demonstrations imposed in the regional capital of Ajaccio after two days of anti-Muslim pro...
3-minute video "The Workout the World Forgot," filmed in Corsica, 2008
http://www.movnat.com http://facebook.com/MovNat http://twitter.com/MovNat This is a sampler demonstrating some elements of the outdoor practice of MovNat. T...
Corsica
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History of Corsica
That the history of Corsica has been influenced by its strategic position at the heart of the western Mediterranean and its maritime routes, only 12 kilometres (7 mi) from Sardinia, 50 kilometres...
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Medieval Corsica
The history of Corsica in the medieval period begins with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and the invasions of various Germanic peoples in the fifth century AD, and ends with the complete sub...
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French Conquest of Corsica
The French conquest of Corsica took place during 1768 and 1769 when the Corsican Republic was occupied by French forces under the command of the Comte de Vaux. France received de jure control of the i...
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Music of Corsica
Outside of France, the island of Corsica is perhaps best known musically for its polyphonic choral tradition. The rebirth of this genre was linked with the rise of Corsican nationalism in the 1970s. T...
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Corsican nationalism
Corsican nationalism is a social and political movement in Corsica, active since the 1960s.
In 1923 the party Partitu Corsu d'Azione was created by Petru Rocca, an Italian irredentist who initiall...
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Torra di Vallitone
The Torra di Vallitone is a tower in Corsica. It is one of the Official Historical Monuments of France.
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Église Sainte-Marie de Calvi
Église Sainte-Marie de Calvi is a church in Calvi, Haute-Corse, Corsica. The building was classified as a Historic Monument in 1988. 8°45′27″E / 42.56667°N 8.75750°E / 42.566...
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Fritelli
Fritelli (singular Fritellu) are Corsican doughnuts or fritters made from fried wheat or chestnut flour. A preparation of the fritters is referred to as Fritelli di Casgiu Frescu with fresh cheese or...
Torra di Diana
The Torra di Diana is a Genoese tower in Corsica, located in the commune of Aléria (Haute-Corse).It is one of the Official Historical Monuments of France.
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Corsican immigration to Venezuela
Corsicans, coming mainly from the regions of Cap Corse and La Castagniccia in the mediterranean island of Corsica, started arriving in the first third of the 19th century and settled mainly in the coa...
Corsican immigration to Venezuela - Wikipedia
Unione Naziunale
The Unione Naziunale (English: National Union) is a Corsican nationalist group of political parties seeking independence of Corsica from France. In the last regional elections, the movement won ar...