Jesu Cristo, hija—
It was the Island of Monte Cristo.
Follow the hiking trail all the way up to the Cristo.
Iglesia ni Cristo, a Protestant sect, was founded in 1914.
Cristo Rey speaking—uh-oh.”
In the Sangre de Cristo Range is the 14,317-foot- (4,364-meter-) high Blanca Peak.
Upon the eighth day he discerned a small vessel under full sail approaching Monte Cristo.
“Please to deliver these, from the Count of Monte Cristo to Vicomte Albert de Morcerf and M.
When Mr Cristo learned of CFOR’s launch in August, he says he immediately suspected that diplomat’s hand.
The Sangre de Cristo Range in north-central New Mexico is usually considered the southern end of the Rockies.
Edmond Dantès, fictional character, the hero of the novel The Count of Monte Cristo (1844–45) by Alexandre Dumas père.
Our tally: 59 mummies on display in the main museum, 22 in storage and 36 in a separate exhibition space in the nearby town of Sangre de Cristo.
These winds carry particles of sand that are dropped, before the winds surge upward, at the foot of the steep Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east.
As a second unit director, he also worked on the racing drama Champions (1984), The Avengers (1998), Shakespeare in Love (1998), Enigma (2001) and The Count of Monte Cristo (2002).
Even if you’re doing something idiotic like ordering more than one Monte Cristo, the most they’re allowed to do is try to silently convey with their eyes that you’re making a big mistake.
This has to rank as the most spectacular setting for an opera house anywhere in the world: an open-air performance space with a curved roof, boxed in by the Jemez Mountains and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
“Monte Cristo although uninhabited, yet serves occasionally as a refuge for the smugglers and pirates who come from Corsica, Sardinia, and Africa, and if it becomes known that we have been there, we shall have to perform quarantine for six days on our return to Leghorn.”
Forget about gulags and purges: in the Stalin Museum in Gori, Georgia, staff wax poetic on the dictator’s Butch Cassidy-like exploits as a bank robber, Count of Monte Cristo-esque escaping abilities (“five times he escape Siberia,” our guide boasts) as well as his fabled artistry.
Important buildings showing Islamic influence include the former mosques of Bib-al-Mardom (Cristo de la Luz; 10th century), with interesting cross vaulting, and of Las Toernerías; the Mudéjar synagogues of Santa María la Blanca (12th century) and El Tránsito (14th century; housing the Sephardic museum); and the Mudéjar churches of San Román, of Cristo de la Vega, of Santiago del Arrabal, and of Santo Tomé.
The best known of his works are Les Trois Mousquetaires (published 1844, performed 1845; The Three Musketeers), a romance about four swashbuckling heroes in the age of Cardinal Richelieu; Vingt ans après (1845; “Twenty Years After”); Le Comte de Monte Cristo (1844–45; The Count of Monte Cristo); Dix ans plus tard ou le Vicomte de Bragelonne (1848–50; “Ten Years Later; or, The Vicomte de Bragelonne”); and La Tulipe noire (1850; “The Black Tulip”).
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The best known of his works are Les Trois Mousquetaires published 1844 performed 1845 The Three Musketeers a romance about four swashbuckling heroes in the age of Cardinal Richelieu Vingt ans après 1845 Twenty Years After Le Comte de Monte Cristo 1844–45 The Count of Monte Cristo Dix ans plus tard ou le Vicomte de Bragelonne 1848–50 Ten Years Later or The Vicomte de Bragelonne and La Tulipe noire 1850 The Black Tulip