Alawite State

The Alawite State, officially named the Territory of the Alawites, after the locally-dominant Alawites from its inception until its integration to the Syrian Federation in 1922, was a French mandate territory on the coast of present-day Syria after World War I. The French Mandate from the League of Nations lasted from 1920 to 1946.
Jabal Druze State
Jabal al-Druze was an autonomous state in the French Mandate of Syria from 1921 to 1936, designed to function as a government for the local Druze population under French oversight
Faridkot House
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Třebešice Castle
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Burmese ceramics
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Imado ware
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Horibata-chō, Nagoya
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Showa Museum of Art
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Inzer (surname)
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