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on January 22
Character of the week - Jacques de Molay (AC Unity)

Jacques de Molay was born a Sage in 1244 in Molay, Haute-Saône. In 1265, de Molay was inducted into the Templar Order in Beaune. After the fall of Acre, the Order met in Cyprus in September 1291. On 20 April 1292, de Molay was elected Grand Master, leading the Templars to the height of their power. Around this time, he possessed the Shroud of Eden, which later wound up in the possession of a fellow French Templar, Geoffroy See More▼
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on January 22
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The bridge was a restricted area in Brotherhood, except in certain memories, such as "The Ezio Auditore Affair".
The bridge was formerly known as Pons Aelius or Ponte Aelius.
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on January 18
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Landmark of the week - Ponte Sant'Angelo (ACB )

Ponte Sant'Angelo, or Bridge of the Holy Angel, is a landmark that connects the Vaticano district to the Centro district, and extends over the Tiber river in Rome.
The bridge was built to cross the river from the city center to Emperor Hadrian's mausoleum, which later became the Castel Sant'Angelo.
In 1450, its balustrades buckled due a surging mob of pilgrims making their way to the St. Peter's Basilica, leading to See More▼
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on January 11
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Two Animus data fragments could be found atop the church.
Despite the structure not existing during Edward Kenway's time in Havana, the building was anachronistically included in Abstergo Entertainment's Virtual Experience due to its status as a recognizable landmark.
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on January 11
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Landmark of the week - The Cathedral of Havana (AC4)

The Cathedral of Havana, referred to in full as La Catedral de la Virgen María de la Concepción Inmaculada de La Habana (English: Cathedral of The Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception), is a cathedral located in Havana, Cuba. It also serves as the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Cristobal de la Habana.
The Cathedral of Havana was built on the site of an earlier smaller church; construction began in See More▼
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on December 14, 2015
Landmark of week - Waterloo station (ACS)

London Waterloo station is a major railway terminus in central London. Constructed in 1848, the station is located in the borough of Southwark, on the southern bank of the River Thames. It sits at the southern end of Waterloo and Westminster Bridge.

Pearl Attaway, a templar working for Crawford Starrick, was about to depart from the station with some new train engines when she was assassinated by Jacob Frye.

Waterloo is one of the 7 See More▼
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on December 14, 2015
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A viewpoint was located on top of the north tower.
There is a seacret entrance to the cathedral from the sewers.
The Notre-Dame was single-handedly recreated for Assassin's Creed: Unity by Senior Level Artist Caroline Miousse, who spent more than two years on constructing the iconic monument. While most of the cathedral is faithful to the original, creative liberties had to be taken with most of the art that adorns it, which is protected under copyright law.
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on December 07, 2015
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Landmark of the week - Notre-Dame de Paris

Notre-Dame, or the Notre-Dame Cathedral (French: Notre-Dame de Paris), is a famous Gothic-style cathedral in Paris, France. The structure was heavily desecrated and burgled during the tumultuous French Revolution.
Shortly after escaping from the Bastille, the french assassin Arno Victor Dorian infiltrated the cathedral and killed the templar Charles Gabriel Sivert by the confessionals.
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on December 04, 2015
Character of the week - William Johnson

Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet (c. 1715 – 1774) was an Anglo-Irish official of the British Empire and a member of the Templar Order. During the Seven Years' War, Johnson commanded Iroquois and colonial militia forces. Johnson also assisted in keeping Native Americans committed to the interests of the British.

Born to Catholic parents, Johnson learned at a young age that his opportunities were limited. After converting to Protestantism See More▼
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on December 04, 2015
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Pantheon is derived from Greek term Pantheion (hieron), meaning "(Temple) of All the Gods."

The Pantheon played a part in the simulated location of Rome for the first and second stage of the Animi Training Program, although Abstergo recruits could not go inside its interior or climb to the Pantheon's rooftop.

Whether it was day or night in Brotherhood, there was always a column of light shining down from the Pantheon's oculus.

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on December 02, 2015
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on December 02, 2015
Landmark of the week - Pantheon (AC B )

The original Pantheon was built in 31 BCE by Marcus Agrippa, after the Battle of Actium. In 126 CE, it was restored to its current form by the Emperor Hadrian, however, it retained Agrippa's original inscription and dedication. The inscription reads "M·AGRIPPA·L·F·COS·TERTIVM·FECIT" which translates to: "Marcus Agrippa, son of Lucius, in his third consulate, made this."

Originally, the Pantheon was used to commemorate the Roman gods and See More▼
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