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Al-Rusafa, Syria

Al-Ruzafa-Syrian village located in the subdistrict in Masyaf district, located West of Hama and about 10 kilometers southwest of Masyaf. According to the Central Bureau of statistics Syria, al-Ruzafa had a population of 1.608 in the 2004 census. ...


Burials at Monkwearmouth-Jarrow Abbey


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OVGS 2nd Class 2-6-0


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OVGS 3rd Class 4-4-0


OVGS 4th Class G 4-6-0


OVGS 5th Class K 4-6-0 1890


OVGS 5th Class K 4-6-0 1891


OVGS 6th Class L 4-6-0


OVGS 6th Class L2 4-6-0


OVGS 6th Class L3 4-6-0


Parthian castles


Phrygian alphabet

The Phrygian alphabet is the script used in the earliest Phrygian texts. It dates back to the 8th century BC. from the Phoenician alphabet and is almost identical to the early Western Greek alphabets. The alphabet consists of 20 letters, 5 vowels ...


Polish Round Table Talks participants


Recipients of the Order of the Builders of Peoples Poland


Kielce Voivodeship

Kielce Voivodeship is a former unit of administrative division and local government in Poland. It was originally formed in Poland to return to independence after the First World War and recreated in the new Polish borders after the defeat of Nazi ...


Voivodeships of Poland (1975–98)

On voivodeships of Poland 1975-1998 were created in a two-tier method of governance of the country and its regions. In the period from 1 June 1975 to 31 December 1998, in accordance with the law proclaimed on 28 may 1975, Poland was administrativ ...


Tarnobrzeg Voivodeship

Tarnobrzeska Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1975-1998, superseded in parts Podkarpackie, świętokrzyskie, Lublin Voivodeship. It was the capital of Tarnobrzeg.


Tarnow Voivodeship

Tarnów Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1975-1998, superseded much more, lesser Poland Voivodeship. Its capital was Opole. Located in the South-Eastern part of the country, its area was 4.1 ...


Warsaw Voivodeship (1975–98)

This article is about a 20th-century voivodeship. For an 18th-century one, see Warszawa Voivodeship 1793. Warsaw Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1975-1998, superseded Masovian Voivodeship. ...



The Kavars were a Gallic tribe or Federation of tribes, located in the lower part of the Rhone valley. Their strongholds were Avignon, orange and Cavaillon. Their closest neighbors were Segallauni in Tricastini in the Salyes, Vocontii, and in Albici.


Prince of Wolfenbuttel


Barad, Syria

Barad is a mountainous village in Northern Syria, administratively part of the Aleppo governorate, located Northwest of Aleppo. Nearby localities include Burj Abdullah in the North-West, Kimar to the North, Aqiba to the northeast and Nublo to the ...


Kalota, Syria


Military people of the Spanish Netherlands


Gingee Venkataramana Temple

In Gingee Venkataramana temple built in the 16th century, is the largest temple in Gingee. It was built by Muthialu Nayakan and dedicated to Venkateswara.


Romanian Orthodox monasteries of Gorj County


Romanian Orthodox monasteries of Prahova County


Romanian Orthodox monasteries of Valcea County


Generals of the Army of Duchy of Warsaw


Sarajevo in Yugoslavia


Churches in the Caribbean by country


Houses in the Caribbean by country


Airports in the Caribbean by country


Lighthouses in the Caribbean by country


Railway stations in the Caribbean by country


USS Tutuila (PG-44)


Valleys of French Polynesia


Gongna Beach defenses

In Gongna beach protection collection of Second world war buildings on or near the beach in Tamuning Gongna on the island of GUAM, now in the territory of the United States. These fortifications were erected by the Imperial Japanese army during t ...


Pago Bay Japanese pillboxes

Pago Bay, the Japanese bunkers is a pair of world war II coastal defense bunkers located on the shore of Pago Bay, located on the East coast of GUAM. Built of reinforced concrete, mixed with coral stone, these two structures were built on the Jap ...


USS Guam (PG-43)


Beaucette Marina

Beaucette Marina is a Marina on the northeastern tip of the island of Guernsey in the channel Islands to the North from the harbour of Bordeaux. Nearby is Le Norrkoping burial chamber. Marina was a large quarry, with reserves of blue granite. In ...


Bordeaux Harbour

Bordeaux harbour is a fishing port and Bay in the parish of Vale in the North-East Guernsey, about 2 miles North of St Peter Port. The harbour is now primarily used as a beach which is flat and low, "stretches of fine white sand and groups of bou ...


Saint Peter Port Harbour

St Peter Port and harbour in St Peter Port, Guernsey. It was a natural anchorage used by the Romans, which had been changed into an artificial harbour, which is now the islands main port for passengers. Bulk cargo, liquids and gases are supplied ...


Elections in Guernsey

Every parish in Guernsey Douzaine is. Douzeniers are elected for a term of six years, two Douzeniers are elected by parishioners at a parish meeting in November each year. The senior Douzenier is known as the Doyen. Two of Sotsky elected to imple ...


2020 Guernsey general election

A General election is to be held in Guernsey in June 2020. All registered voters can vote at the Beau sejour hotel on 13 and 14 June, and both Beau sejour and in the parish where they are registered, on 16 and 17 June.


Architecture of Jersey

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