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Soldi - Wikipedia Soldi From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search For the Italian coin, see Soldo. "Soldi"Single by Mahmoodfrom the album Gioventù bruciataEnglish title"Money"Released6 February 2019FormatDigital downloadstreamingGenreContemporary R&BLength3:15LabelIslandSongwriter(s)Charlie CharlesDario "Dardust" FainiAlessandro MahmoudProducer(s)Charlie CharlesDario "Dardust" FainiMahmood singles chronology "Gioventù bruciata" (2018) "Soldi" (2019) "Calipso" (2019) Music video"Soldi" on YouTubeEurovision Song Contest 2019 entryCountryItalyArtist(s)MahmoodLanguagesItalianArabicComposer(s)Charlie CharlesDario "Dardust" FainiAlessandro MahmoudLyricist(s)Alessandro MahmoudFinals performanceFinal result2ndFinal points472Appearance chronology◄ "Non mi avete fatto niente" (2018)    "Soldi" (Italian for "Money") is a song recorded by Italian singer Mahmood. It was released on 6 February 2019, as the fifth single from his debut studio album, Gioventù bruciata (2019).[1] Mahmood co-wrote the song with Dario "Dardust" Faini and Charlie Charles, who also produced it.[2][3] Mahmood performed the song for the first time at the 69th Sanremo Musical Festival in February 2019 and won the competition, receiving the right to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.[4][5] "Soldi" was later confirmed as his Eurovision entry,[6] eventually reaching second place in the final. The song is predominantly in Italian, with one line in Arabic, making it the fourth time that a Eurovision song features the Arabic language after entries by Morocco in 1980, Israel in 2009 and Bulgaria in 2012. "Soldi" topped the charts in Greece, Israel, Italy and Lithuania and reached the top 10 in five more countries. Contents 1 Background and composition 2 Song contests 2.1 Sanremo Music Festival 2.2 Eurovision Song Contest 3 Music video 4 Track listings 5 Charts 5.1 Weekly charts 5.2 Year-end charts 6 Certifications 7 References 8 External links Background and composition[edit] Interviewed by TV Sorrisi e Canzoni, Mahmood revealed he started writing the song while hanging out with some friends.[7] Despite this, it took a long time for him to complete the song.[8] Producers Dardust and Charlie Charles contributed its sound, renewing it with contemporary elements borrowed from trap music.[8][9] Hip hop sounds are also mixed with Arabic influences.[10] The song structure does not include a proper chorus. According to Italian producer and musician Andrea Rodini, the song's hook is based on three different elements: the repetition of the word "soldi" (money), the verse "come va" (what's up?), pronounced multiple consecutive times, and the sound of clapping hands, which Rodini describes as a "cubistic" chorus.[9] "Soldi" is an autobiographic song about Mahmood's "unconventional family".[11] Its lyrics explore Mahmood's relationship with his father, who left his family while he was a child.[12] It depicts a lying, contradictory and unreliable father, whose main priority is money instead of his own family.[13] Money is therefore represented as one of the causes of the end of a father-and-son relationship, marking a strong departure from trap music themes, which usually depicts money as the ultimate goal of life.[9] Mahmood explained that the song's lyrics "evoke a memory" and that "there's a lot of anger" in it.[11] Its verses reproduce a series of different pictures, often used by Mahmood as metaphors.[12][11] The song also includes a sentence in Arabic. Although he cannot speak Arabic, Mahmood explained that he remembers how his Egyptian father called him when he was a child, and that he chose to include this verse as a way to bring him back to a particular moment in time.[14] Song contests[edit] Sanremo Music Festival[edit] Main article: Sanremo Music Festival 2019 Mahmood with the Golden Lion award received for placing first in the Sanremo Music Festival. In December 2018, Mahmood was one of 24 acts selected to compete in Sanremo Giovani, a televised competition aimed at selecting two newcomers as contestants of the 69th Sanremo Music Festival.[15] Competing acts were split in two separate groups, which performed in different live shows. A winner from each group was declared, and Mahmood placed first in the second episode of the show, with his entry "Gioventù bruciata".[16] Mahmood also received the Critics' Award among acts performing in the second final.[17] "Soldi" was later announced as his entry for the Sanremo Music Festival 2019.[18] Mahmood performed the song for the first time during the first live show of the 69th Sanremo Music Festival, which was held on 5 February 2019. He was the 24th and final act to appear on stage, performing after midnight.[19] Dario "Dardust" Faini, co-writer of the song, directed the Sanremo Orchestra during his performance.[20] During the third live show, "Soldi" was the first performance of the night.[21] On 8 February 2019, Mahmood performed the song in a new version, featuring rapper Gué Pequeno.[22] During the first round of the final, "Soldi" placed 7th in the televote, but was the most voted by the experts jury, and the second most voted by the press jury.[23] As a result, Mahmood gained a spot in the top three acts of the competition. After an additional performance, the song was declared the winner of the 69th Sanremo Music Festival, beating Ultimo's "I tuoi particolari" and "Musica che resta" by Il Volo, which placed second and third, respectively.[24] Mahmood also received the "Enzo Jannacci" Award for Best Performance.[25] Eurovision Song Contest[edit] Main article: Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Mahmood performing "Soldi" during a Eurovision rehearsal in May 2019. Following his win, it was confirmed by RAI and the European Broadcasting Union that Mahmood had accepted the invitation to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest, which is given to the winner of the Sanremo Music Festival, and that he'd be performing "Soldi" at Eurovision.[26] As Italy is a member of the "Big Five", he automatically advanced to the final, held on 18 May 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The song finished second in final with 472 points, and won the Marcel Bezençon Composer Award.[27][28] Music video[edit] The music video for "Soldi" was directed by Attilio Cusani.[29] As of December 2019, the video has over 145 million views on YouTube.[30] Track listings[edit] Digital download (Benny Benassi Remix)[31]No.TitleLength1."Soldi" (Benny Benassi Remix)3:002."Soldi" (Benny Benassi Extended Version)3:40 Digital download (Denis First Remix)[32]No.TitleLength1."Soldi" (Denis First Remix)3:00 Digital download (Vigiland Remix)[33]No.TitleLength1."Soldi" (Vigiland Remix)2:56 Digital download (Isac Elliot Remix)[34]No.TitleLength1."Soldi" (featuring Isac Elliot)3:19 Digital download (Spanish version)[35]No.TitleLength1."Soldi" (featuring Maikel Delacalle)3:04 Charts[edit] Weekly charts[edit] Chart (2019) Peakposition Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[36] 12 Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[37] 50 Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)[38] 16 Croatia (HRT)[39] 38 Estonia (Eesti Ekspress)[40] 2 Europe Digital Songs (Billboard)[41] 8 France (SNEP)[42] 67 Germany (Official German Charts)[43] 32 Greece (IFPI)[44] 1 Iceland (Tonlist)[45] 3 Ireland (IRMA)[46] 65 Israel (Media Forest)[47] 1 Italy (FIMI)[48] 1 Latvia (LAIPA)[49] 21 Lithuania (AGATA)[50] 1 Luxembourg Digital Song Sales (Billboard)[51] 8 Netherlands (Single Top 100)[52] 16 Norway (VG-lista)[53] 16 Portugal (AFP)[54] 73 Scotland (Official Charts Company)[55] 57 Spain (PROMUSICAE)[56] 5 Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[57] 8 Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[58] 5 UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[59] 73 Year-end charts[edit] Chart (2019) Position Italy (FIMI)[60] 4 Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[61] 27 Certifications[edit] Region Certification Certified units/sales Italy (FIMI)[62] 4× Platinum 200,000 Spain (PROMUSICAE)[63] 2× Platinum 80,000^ ^shipments figures based on certification alonesales+streaming figures based on certification alone References[edit] ^ "Mahmood ha anticipato l'uscita del suo album" (in Italian). Rockol. 14 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Chi è Mahmood, il rapper vincitore del Festival di Sanremo 2019". Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata. 10 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ "Mahmood: Videointervista Sanremo 2019. Porto una canzone con un tema forte... e Charlie Charles" (in Italian). AllMusicItalia.it. 5 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ Farren, Neil (10 February 2019). "Italy: Mahmood to Eurovision 2019". Eurovoix.com. ^ Castagneri, Alice; Pavanello, Roberto (10 February 2019). "Mahmood vince il Festival di Sanremo". La Stampa (in Italian). Retrieved 11 February 2019. ^ "Mahmood rappresenterà l'Italia all'Eurovision Song Contest con la canzone Soldi" (in Italian). Rockol.it. 12 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019, intervista a Mahmood: Il cast di quest'anno è molto originale". TV Sorrisi e Canzoni (in Italian). 31 January 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ a b "Mahmood, ecco il significato del testo di Soldi: Racconta la storia di una famiglia non tradizionale". Il Fatto Quotidiano. 10 February 2019. ^ a b c Andrea Rodini (11 February 2019). "Mahmood e Soldi: l'analisi della canzone, di Andrea Rodini" (in Italian). Rockol.it. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019: tutti i testi delle 24 canzoni in gara". TV Sorrisi e Canzoni (in Italian). 5 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ a b c "Sanremo, Mahmood: Soldi canzone autobiografica piena di rabbia". Il Sole 24 Ore (in Italian). 11 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ a b Mary Adorno (7 February 2019). "Mahmood, il testo di Soldi, la canzone che parla di ricordi e ti fa sentire dentro un film". Cosmopolitan (in Italian). Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ Antonella Nesi (11 February 2019). "Inviata Adnkronos: Perché ho votato Mahmood" (in Italian). Adnkronos. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019, Mahmood: ecco testo e significato di Soldi, la canzone vincitrice". Il Messaggero (in Italian). 10 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo Giovani 2019, ecco i 24 cantanti selezionati per la finale: tanti ex dei talent". La Stampa. 27 November 2018. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo Giovani, Mahmood vince la seconda finale e va in gara tra i big. A lui anche il Premio della Critica. La classifica" (in Italian). Rockol.it. 22 December 2018. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ Giuseppe Candela (22 December 2018). "Sanremo giovani, Mahmood è il vincitore della seconda serata. Ecco il cast completo di Sanremo 2019". Il Fatto Quotidiano (in Italian). Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019: duetti, ospiti e ultime notizie dal Festival". TV Sorrisi e Canzoni (in Italian). 8 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019, la cronaca della prima serata". Rolling Stone (in Italian). 5 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Mahmood vince Sanremo 2019, l'ascolano Dario Faini ha scritto la canzone". Il Resto Del Carlino (in Italian). 10 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019, terza serata: date la conduzione del Festival alla Vanoni, gli Zen Circus spaccano" (in Italian). Rockol.it. 7 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ Alessandra Vitali (8 February 2019). "Sanremo, la quarta serata è dei duetti. Con Ligabue l'Ariston è rock, Anastasio canta gli sdraiati". la Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Classifiche Sanremo 2019" (PDF) (in Italian). RAI. ^ Alberto Mattioli (10 February 2019). "Mahmood vince il Festival di Sanremo, sul podio Ultimo e Il Volo". La Stampa (in Italian). Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Sanremo 2019, il Premio Enzo Jannacci assegnato da Nuovoimaie a Mahmood" (in Italian). Rockol. 8 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019. ^ "Italy: Mahmood confirms – he WILL represent Italy at Eurovision 2019". Wiwibloggs. 12 February 2019. Retrieved 25 May 2019. ^ "EBU issues statement on Eurovision 2019 Grand Final jury result". eurovision.tv. 22 May 2019. Retrieved 25 May 2019. ^ "Here are the winners of the 2019 Marcel Bezençon Awards". eurovision.tv. Retrieved 25 May 2019. ^ "Mahmood è primo in tutte le classifiche" (in Italian). Adnkronos. 11 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019. ^ Mahmood (5 February 2019). "Mahmood - Soldi (Prod. Dardust & Charlie Charles)". Retrieved 29 December 2019 – via YouTube. ^ "Soldi (Benny Benassi Remix) - Single by Mahmood". iTunes. Retrieved 9 April 2019. ^ "Soldi (Denis First Remix) - Single by Mahmood". iTunes. Retrieved 9 April 2019. ^ "Soldi (Vigiland Remix) - Single by Mahmood". iTunes. Retrieved 9 April 2019. ^ "Soldi - Single by Mahmood". iTunes. Retrieved 10 May 2019. ^ "Soldi - Single by Mahmood". iTunes. Retrieved 10 May 2019. ^ "Austriancharts.at – Mahmood – Soldi" (in German). Ö3 Austria Top 40. Retrieved 31 May 2019. ^ "Ultratop.be – Mahmood – Soldi" (in Dutch). Ultratop 50. Retrieved 31 May 2019. ^ "Ultratop.be – Mahmood – Soldi" (in French). Ultratip. Retrieved 21 June 2019. ^ "ARC 100 - datum: 3. lipnja 2019". HRT. Retrieved 4 June 2019. ^ Nestor, Siim (28 May 2019). "EESTI TIPP-40 MUUSIKAS: Rammstein ja Tyler lömastasid Billie Eilishi 0". Eesti Ekspress (in Estonian). Retrieved 30 May 2019. ^ "The week of February 23, 2019". Billboard. Retrieved 13 August 2019. ^ "Le Top de la semaine : Top Singles (téléchargement + streaming) – SNEP (Week 34, 2019)" (in French). Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique. Retrieved 26 August 2019. ^ "Offiziellecharts.de – Mahmood – Soldi". GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved 24 May 2019. ^ "Official IFPI Charts – Digital Singles Chart (International) – Week: 21/2019". IFPI Greece. Archived from the original on 3 June 2019. Retrieved 3 June 2019. ^ "Lagalistinn Vika 27 – 2019" (in Icelandic). Tonlistinn. Retrieved 8 July 2019. ^ "Irish-charts.com – Discography Mahmood". Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved 25 May 2019. ^ "Year 2019, Week 24". Media Forest Israel. Retrieved 16 June 2019. ^ "Italiancharts.com – Mahmood – Soldi". Top Digital Download. Retrieved 3 June 2019. ^ "Mūzikas patēriņa tops Latvijā 21. nedēļa, 2019. gads, singli" (in Latvian). LAIPA. Retrieved 10 October 2019. ^ "2019 21-os SAVAITĖS (gegužės 17-23 d.) SINGLŲ TOP100" (in Lithuanian). AGATA. 24 May 2019. Retrieved 10 October 2019. ^ "Chart Search – Mahmood – Luxembourg Digital Song Sales". Billboard. Archived from the original on 29 May 2019. Retrieved 30 May 2019. ^ "Dutchcharts.nl – Mahmood – Soldi" (in Dutch). Single Top 100. Retrieved 31 May 2019. ^ "Norwegiancharts.com – Mahmood – Soldi". VG-lista. Retrieved 3 June 2019. ^ "Portuguesecharts.com – Mahmood – Soldi". AFP Top 100 Singles. Retrieved 2 June 2019. ^ "Official Scottish Singles Sales Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 25 May 2019. ^ "Spanishcharts.com – Mahmood – Soldi" Canciones Top 50. Retrieved 3 June 2019. ^ "Swedishcharts.com – Mahmood – Soldi". Singles Top 100. Retrieved 31 May 2019. ^ "Swisscharts.com – Mahmood – Soldi". Swiss Singles Chart. Retrieved 27 May 2019. ^ "Official Singles Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 25 May 2019. ^ "Top of the Music FIMI/GfK 2019: Un anno con la musica Italiana" (Download the attachment and open the Singoli file) (in Italian). Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana. Retrieved 10 January 2020. ^ "Schweizer Jahreshitparade 2019". hitparade.ch. Retrieved 31 December 2019. ^ "Italian single certifications – Mahmood – Soldi" (in Italian). Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana. Retrieved 12 August 2019. Select "2019" in the "Anno" drop-down menu. Select "Soldi" in the "Filtra" field. Select "Singoli online" under "Sezione". ^ "Spanish single certifications" (in Spanish). Productores de Música de España. Retrieved 1 October 2019. Select Songs under "Chart", enter 2019 in the field "Year". Select 10 in the field "Semana". Click on "Search Charts". External links[edit] Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics vteMahmood Discography Studio albums Gioventù bruciata Singles "Uramaki" "Gioventù bruciata" "Soldi" "Barrio" Featured singles "Calipso" Related articles X Factor Italia Season 6 Sanremo Music Festival 2019 Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Italy 2019 Italy vte Italy in the Eurovision Song ContestParticipation 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 to 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 to 1996 1997 1998 to 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Artists1950s Franca Raimondi (1956) Tonina Torrielli (1956) Nunzio Gallo Domenico Modugno Domenico Modugno 1960s Renato Rascel Betty Curtis Claudio Villa Emilio Pericoli Gigliola Cinquetti Bobby Solo Domenico Modugno Claudio Villa Sergio Endrigo Iva Zanicchi 1970s Gianni Morandi Massimo Ranieri Nicola Di Bari Massimo Ranieri Gigliola Cinquetti Wess and Dori Ghezzi Al Bano & Romina Power Mia Martini Ricchi e Poveri Matia Bazar 1980s Alan Sorrenti 1981 to 1982 Riccardo Fogli Alice & Franco Battiato Al Bano & Romina Power 1986 Umberto Tozzi and Raf Luca Barbarossa Anna Oxa and Fausto Leali 1990s Toto Cutugno Peppino di Capri Mia Martini Enrico Ruggeri 1994 to 1996 Jalisse 1998 to 1999 2000s 2000 to 2009 2010s 2010 Raphael Gualazzi Nina Zilli Marco Mengoni Emma Il Volo Francesca Michielin Francesco Gabbani Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro Mahmood Songs1950s "Amami se vuoi" (1956) "Aprite le finestre" (1956) "Corde della mia chitarra" "Nel blu, dipinto di blu" "Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina)" 1960s "Romantica" "Al di là" "Addio, addio" "Uno per tutte" "Non ho l'età" "Se piangi, se ridi" "Dio, come ti amo" "Non andare più lontano" "Marianne" "Due grosse lacrime bianche" 1970s "Occhi di ragazza" "L'amore è un attimo" "I giorni dell'arcobaleno" "Chi sarà con te" "Sì" "Era" "We'll Live It All Again" "Libera" "Questo amore" "Raggio di luna" 1980s "Non so che darei" 1981 to 1982 "Per Lucia" "I treni di Tozeur" "Magic Oh Magic" 1986 "Gente di mare" "Vivo (Ti scrivo)" "Avrei voluto" 1990s "Insieme: 1992" "Comme è ddoce 'o mare" "Rapsodia" "Sole d'Europa" 1994 to 1996 "Fiumi di parole" 1998 to 1999 2000s 2000 to 2009 2010s 2010 "Madness of Love" "L'amore è femmina (Out of Love)" "L'essenziale" "La mia città" "Grande amore" "No Degree of Separation" "Occidentali's Karma" "Non mi avete fatto niente" "Soldi" Italic indicates when Italy participated as a host countryNote: Entries scored out are when Italy did not compete vte2018 contest ← Eurovision Song Contest 2019 → 2020 contestCountriesFinalists(by final results) Netherlands (winner) Italy Russia Switzerland Sweden Norway North Macedonia Azerbaijan Australia Iceland Czech Republic Denmark Cyprus Malta Slovenia France Albania Serbia San Marino Estonia Greece Spain Israel Belarus Germany United Kingdom Semi-final 1(alphabetical order) Belgium Finland Georgia Hungary Montenegro Poland Portugal Semi-final 2(alphabetical order) Armenia Austria Croatia Ireland Latvia Lithuania Moldova Romania Withdrawn Ukraine ArtistsFinalists(by final results) Duncan Laurence Mahmood Sergey Lazarev Luca Hänni John Lundvik KEiiNO Tamara Todevska Chingiz Kate Miller-Heidke Hatari Lake Malawi Leonora Tamta Michela Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl Bilal Hassani Jonida Maliqi Nevena Božović Serhat Victor Crone Katerine Duska Miki Kobi Marimi ZENA S!sters Michael Rice Semi-final 1(alphabetical order) Conan Osíris Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman D mol Eliot Joci Pápai Oto Nemsadze Tulia Semi-final 2(alphabetical order) Anna Odobescu Carousel Ester Peony Jurij Veklenko Paenda Roko Sarah McTernan Srbuk SongsFinalists(by final results) "Arcade" "Soldi" "Scream" "She Got Me" "Too Late for Love" "Spirit in the Sky" "Proud" "Truth" "Zero Gravity" "Hatrið mun sigra" "Friend of a Friend" "Love Is Forever" "Replay" "Chameleon" "Sebi" "Roi" "Ktheju tokës" "Kruna" "Say Na Na Na" "Storm" "Better Love" "La venda" "Home" "Like It" "Sister" "Bigger than Us" Semi-final 1(alphabetical order) "Az én apám" "Heaven" "Keep on Going" "Look Away" "Pali się" "Telemóveis" "Wake Up" Semi-final 2(alphabetical order) "22" "Limits" "On a Sunday" "Run with the Lions" "Stay" "That Night" "The Dream" "Walking Out" Other List of Eurovision Song Contest 2019 jurors Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Soldi&oldid=934974260" Categories: Eurovision songs of 20192019 songsEurovision songs of Italy2019 singlesSanremo Music Festival songsSongs about parenthoodNumber-one singles in GreeceNumber-one singles in ItalyIsland Records singlesNumber-one singles in IsraelHidden categories: CS1 Italian-language sources (it)CS1 Estonian-language sources (et)CS1 French-language sources (fr)CS1 Icelandic-language sources (is)CS1 Latvian-language sources (lv)CS1 Lithuanian-language sources (lt)CS1 Spanish-language sources (es)Articles with hAudio microformatsSinglechart usages for AustriaSinglechart usages for FlandersSinglechart usages for Wallonia TipSinglechart usages for Germany2Singlechart usages for Ireland3Singlechart called without songSinglechart usages for ItalySinglechart usages for Dutch100Singlechart usages for NorwaySinglechart usages for PortugalSinglechart usages for ScotlandSinglechart called without artistSinglechart usages for SpainSinglechart usages for SwedenSinglechart usages for SwitzerlandSinglechart usages for UKCertification Table Entry usages for ItalyCertification Table Entry usages for Spain Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces ArticleTalk Variants Views ReadEditView history More Search Navigation Main pageContentsFeatured contentCurrent eventsRandom articleDonate to WikipediaWikipedia store Interaction HelpAbout WikipediaCommunity portalRecent changesContact page Tools What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationWikidata itemCite this page Print/export Create a bookDownload as PDFPrintable version Languages AzərbaycancaDeutschΕλληνικάEspañolفارسیFrançaisՀայերենItalianoעבריתMagyarNederlandsNorsk bokmålPolskiРусскийSarduSuomiTürkçeУкраїнська Edit links This page was last edited on 9 January 2020, at 17:34 (UTC). 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