What city, founded around 1048 by King Harald III, was largely destroyed by fire and rebuilt from 1624 by King Christian IV and named Christiania, and reverted to its original name in 1925?
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Which city, rebuilt in the Art Deco style after being largely razed by an earthquake in 1931, has become recognized as architecturally unique, and in 2007 was nominated for UNESCO World Heritage Site status?
Which city was founded in 1624 as a commercial trading post by the Dutch, who called it New Amsterdam, and was a nation's capital from 1785 until 1790?
Which theatre in Covent Garden, London, was founded in 1663, destroyed by fire in 1672 and 1809, used as a base for ENSA during World War II and reopened as a theatre in 1946?