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Sant’Isidoro a Capo le Case

Sant’Isidoro a Capo le Case is a Roman Catholic church, monastic complex and college of the Franciscan Order, in the Ludovisi district on the Pincian Hill in Rome. It contains the Cappella Da Sylva, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, who also desi ...


Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, Tbilisi

The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin or the Catholic Church of the Ascension of the Virgin Mary It is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital. It is the seat of the Latin Apostolic Administration of the Caucasus which ...


Hasenleiten Parish Church

The Filial Church Hasenleiten is one of the Roman Catholic churches in Viennas 11th district of Simmering dedicated to St. John Maria Vianney, and is a listed monument. On April 1, 2018, the parish of Hasenleiten was merged with the parishes of N ...


Naqfa Ridge


Western ridge, Jebel Hafeet


Institute of History of Ukraine people


Kiev Higher Party School people


Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture people


Modest prickle grass

Crypsis vaginiflora is a species of grass known by the common name modest pricklegrass. It is native to North Africa but it can be found in other parts of the world as an introduced species, including the western United States, particularly Calif ...


University of Kyiv, Journalism Institute alumni


Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Medical faculty alumni


Carmelite Church, Lviv

The Carmelite Church in Lviv was first mentioned in 1634 as the church of the monastery of the Barefoot Carmelites. In 1748 it was the scene of a notorious scuffle between the Carmelites and their neighbours, the Capuchins. The suburban location ...


Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Lviv

The Roman Catholic church of St. Mary Magdalene in Lviv, Ukraine, is located west of the citys Old Town, by the Lviv Polytechnic. The church was built at the beginning of the 17th century for the Dominican Order, combining the styles of Renaissan ...


Catholic cathedrals in Santiago, Chile


Clock towers in Copenhagen


Churches in Bispebjerg


Churches in Osterbro


Churches in Vesterbro/Kongens Enghave


Mt. Tamalpais lessingia

Lessingia micradenia is a rare species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name Mt. Tamalpais lessingia. It is endemic to the San Francisco Bay Area of California, where it occurs in areas with serpentine soils. The species ...


Mountain desert sage

Salvia pachyphylla is a perennial shrub native to California, Nevada, and Arizona. In California, it grows between 5.000 to 10.000 ft elevation on dry rocky slopes, blooming from July to September. It reaches 1 to 2 ft high, with blue-violet flow ...


Syriac languages


Taiwanese deities


Burmese deities


Laotian deities


Ob-Ugrian gods


Jews and Judaism in the Abbasid Caliphate


2008 World Series of Poker Europe

The World Series of Poker Europe is the first expansion effort of World Series of Poker-branded poker tournaments outside the United States. Since 1970, participants have had to travel to Las Vegas if they wanted to compete in the World Series of ...


2009 World Series of Poker Europe

The World Series of Poker Europe is the first expansion effort of World Series of Poker-branded poker tournaments outside the United States. Since 1970, participants have had to travel to Las Vegas if they wanted to compete in the World Series of ...


World Series of Poker Europe Main Event winners


Illyrian gods


Lusitanian gods


Catha (mythology)

Catha is a female Etruscan lunar or solar deity, who may also be connected to childbirth, and has a connection to the underworld. Catha is also the goddess of the south sanctuary at Pyrgi, Italy She is often seen with the Etruscan god Suri with w ...



Epiur is an Etruscan mythological figure that appears on bronze Etruscan engraved mirrors. He is shown as an infant that has the face of a young man. He is also often winged and being held by Hercle or Menrva, who are charged with the protection ...


List of Lusitanian deities

Bibliography Pedreño, Juan Carlos Olivares - Los Dioses de la Hispania Celtica. Madrid. 2002. Pedreño, Juan Carlos Olivares. Teonimos indigenas masculinos del ambito Lusitano-Galaico: un intento de sintesis.Revista de Guimarães, Volume Especial, ...


Gronning (disambiguation)

Gronning is a small village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. Gronning may also refer to: Pia Gronning born 1949, Danish film actor who has also performed in Hollywood movies Gronning Church, in the village of Gronning Seb ...



Egeland may refer to: Places Egeland, North Dakota, small settlement "city" in Towner County, North Dakota, United States Egeland, also known as Aiboland and Swedish Estonia, historical region in northern and western Estonia People John Olav Egel ...


Greater Antillean music


Acul Bay

Acul Bay, also known as North Acul Bay, is a bay on the northern coast of Haiti north of the city of Acul-du-Nord and west of the city of Cap-Haïtien.


Radio stations in the Caribbean by country


Ming Aralia

Polyscias fruticosa, or Ming aralia, is a perennial plant, dicot evergreen shrub or dwarf tree native to India. The plant grows fairly slowly but can reach up to 1 to 2 meters in height. The leaves are of a dark green pigment, glossy in texture, ...


Entertainment venues in Oceania


Micronesian languages

The twenty Micronesian languages form a family of Oceanic languages. Micronesian languages are known for their lack of plain labial consonants; they have instead two series, palatalized and labio-velarized labials.


Southern Oceanic languages

The Southern Oceanic languages are a linkage of Oceanic spoken in Vanuatu and New Caledonia. It was proposed by Lynch, Ross, and Crowley in 2002 and supported by later studies. They consider it to be a linkage rather than a language group with a ...


Central Pacific languages


Southeast Solomonic languages


Southern Oceanic languages


Meso-Melanesian languages


North New Guinea languages


Sarmi–Jayapura languages


Television stations in South America by country

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