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Quintal da Musica

Quintal da Musica, abbreviation: 5tal da Musica is a music pub located in the downtown area of Praia, the Plateau and is located at 70A Avenida Amilcar Cabral in the northern part of the center, across Rua Antonio Pusich and south of Rua Antonio ...

Rua 5 de Julho

Rua 5 de Julho is a street in the Plateau, the historic centre of Praia, Santiago island, Cape Verde. Formerly named Rua D. Luis after King Luis I of Portugal, it was renamed after 5 July, the independence day of Cape Verde. It runs south to nort ...

Avenida Amilcar Cabral

Avenida Amilcar Cabral is an avenue in the Plateau, the historic centre of Praia, Santiago island, Cape Verde. It is the neighborhoods longest street and the main artery of the city centre. Formerly named Rua Sa da Bandeira after 19th century Por ...

Avenida Andrade Corvo

Avenida Andrade Corvo is an avenue in the Plateau of Praia, in the city centre of Praia, Santiago island, Cape Verde. It was named in honour of 19th century Portuguese politician João de Andrade Corvo. It runs south to north in the eastern part o ...

Avenida Cidade de Lisboa

Avenida Cidade de Lisboa is an avenue west of the center of Praia, Santiago island, Cape Verde. It runs along the neighbourhoods of Varzea, Achadinha and Chã de Areia. It is one of the major arterial roads of the city. The street is named for Pra ...

Rua Serpa Pinto

There is also Rua Serpa Pinto in the neighbourhood of Martires in Lisbon, Portugal Rua Serpa Pinto, formerly Rua do Lencastre street on the plateau, in the historical centre of Praia, Santiago island, Cape Verde. This is one of the main arteries ...

M1870 Belgian Comblain

The M1870 Belgian Comblain was a falling-block rifle invented by Hubert-Joseph Comblain of Liege, Belgium and produced in several variants known as the Brazilian, Chilean or Belgian Comblain. W. W greener wrote in the modern breechloaders: sports ...

Dai Commandery

Dai Commandery was a commandery of the state of Zhao established c. 300 BC and of northern imperial Chinese dynasties until the time of the Wen Emperor of the Sui dynasty. It occupied lands in what is now Hebei, Shanxi, and Inner Mongolia. Its se ...

Kuaiji Commandery

Kuaiji Commandery, formerly romanized as Kuai-chi Commandery, was a former commandery of China in the area of Hangzhou Bay. When first established, its capital was at Wu, which became known as "Kuaiji" from this role. The initial territory ran fr ...

Wu Commandery

Wu Commandery was a commandery of imperial China. It covers parts of the contemporary Northern Zhejiang and Southern Jiangsu. The capital of Wu commandery was Wu. Major counties of Wu commandery include Wu, Yuhang county, and Huating county which ...

Yanmen Commandery

Yanmen Commandery was an administrative subdivision of the state of Zhao established c. 300 BC and of northern imperial Chinese dynasties until AD 758. It occupied lands in what is now Shanxi and Inner Mongolia. Its first seat was at Shanwu, its ...

Bainang County

Gadong Town སྒ་གདོང་, 嘎东镇. Tongshe Township སྟོང་ཤེ་, 东喜乡. Tashar Township བཀྲ་ཤར་, 者下乡. Paltsel Township དཔལ་ཚལ་, 巴扎乡. Dujung Township འདུས་བྱུང་, 杜琼乡. Qunub Township ཆུ་ནུབ་, 曲奴乡. Wangden Township དབང་ལྡན་, 旺丹乡. Jangto Town ...

Baingoin County

Baingoin County is a county within Nagqu of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The district got its name from the lake Drang-hog Tibetan: བྲང་ཁོག མཚོ་, Wylie: mtsho brang Hogue, which is located in the center of the County. The region is located betwee ...

Banbar County

Banbar County, is a county of the Chamdo Prefecture in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Place the Banbar town.

Baqên County

Baqên County is a county within Nagqu of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The seat of the county is Baqên Town. It is located in the North-East of Tibet and borders with Qinghai.

Baxoi County

Baxoi County, occasionally transliterated from Tibetan as Pashoe County, is a county under the administration of Chamdo City in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Population 35.273. It contains the Pomda Monastery and Rakwa Tso.

Bayi District

Bayi District, formerly Nyingchi County, is a District of Nyingchi in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Bayi Town, the administrative capital of Nyingchi, is located within the district.

Biru County

Biru County is the most populated county within Nagqu of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The name means "female yak". Either of the following pronunciations can be considered correct in Standard Tibetan. Dir / Driru / Bira lies at the South-Western ...

Bomê County

Bomê County is a county of Nyingchi City in the south-east of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The population 27.169 in 1999. Bomai SPO Smad or in combat SPO Yul pome or Pool in Western accounts was a place of quasi-independent Kingdom until the earl ...

Burang County

Burang County is called Purang in Tibetan, and the county capital is also known as Burang or Purang in Tibetan and Taklakot in Nepali. It is an administrative division of Ngari Prefecture in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China.

Comai County

Comai County is a county of Shannan located in the south-east of the Tibet Autonomous Region, Comai County is famous for its Tibetan Mastiff is known as the birthplace of the Tibetan Mastiff. The Tibetan Mastiff is 24 to 28 inches tall at the sho ...

Coqên County

Coqên County is a county in the Ngari Prefecture, in the west of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is the located in the southeast of Ngari Prefecture.

Dinggyê County

Dinggyê County or Dinjie County or Tingche County or Tingkye County is a county of the Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Nepals Sankhuwasabha and Taplejung Districts to the south and Indias Sikkim state to the southeast. Jin Co and ...

Gar County

Gar County is a district in the Ngari Prefecture of the western Tibet Autonomous Region of China. The main town is Shiquanhe, once known as the city of "Gar" and often known as "Ali" in English.

Gêgyai County

Gêgyai County is a county in Ngari Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China. Donggu lake (洞古错, 洞古錯, donggǔcuo is located in the County Gêgyai.

Gêrzê County

Gêrzê County is a county located in the northwest of the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Xinjiang to the north. Under the administration of Ngari Prefecture, it has a total area of 135.600 km 2.

Gongbogyamda County

Gongbogyamda County is a county of the Nyingtri City in the Tibet Autonomous Region, lying approximately 275 km east of Lhasa at its central point. Its main geographical feature is Basum Tso, a green lake of some 3.700 m above sea level.

Gonggar County

Gonggar County, also Gongkar, is a county of Shannan in the Tibet Autonomous Region, one of the 12 counties of the prefecture. It has under its jurisdiction 5 towns, 3 townships, 43 administrative villages and 168 village development committees a ...

Gonjo County

Gonjo County, is a county of the Chamdo Prefecture in the east of the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Sichuan province to the east.

Gyaca County

Gyaca County, is a county of Shannan located in the south-east of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China. Gyatsa County is in the southern part of Tibet, stretching from the Podrang La pass along the southern side of the river Brahmaputra, downstream ...

Gyantse County

Gyantse County officially Gyangzê County is a county of Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Its main settlement is Gyantse Town known for its monasteries.

Gyirong County

sKyid-grong is a former district in the south-west of Tibet and is from 1960 onwards a county of the newly established Xigazê of the newly established Tibet Autonomous Region. It is famous because of its mild climatically conditions and its abund ...

Jomda County

Kargang Township མཁར་སྒང་, 卡贡乡. Zigar Township རྫི་སྒར་, 字呷乡. Upal Township ཨུད་དཔལ་, 岩比乡. Gamtog Town སྐམ་ཐོག་, 岗托镇. Dêrdoin Township གཏེར་སྟོན་, 德登乡. Woinbodoi Township དབོན་པོ་སྟོད་, 汪布顶乡. Bolo Township སྤོ་, 波罗乡. Tongpu ...

Kamba County

Kamba County is a county of Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Indias Sikkim state to the south. The capital lies at Kamba town which has a noted military facility.

Kangmar County

Kangmar County is a county of Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Indias Sikkim state to the south. Gala Co lake is located in Kangmar County.

Lhari County

Lhari County is a small county within the prefecture-level city of Nagqu in the Tibet Autonomous Region. The 11th Dalai Lama was born in Lhari County, as both rival candidates for the position of the current Panchen Lama.

Lhatse County

Lhatse County is a county of Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region. It was established in 1959, with Lhatse Town as the county seat. In 1968, Quxia Town became the county seat. Lhatse County, has a population of about 50.000 and is about 200 kilo ...

Lhorong County

Lhorong County is a county of the Qamdo Prefecture in the Tibet Autonomous Region. The county covers an area of 8.108 km 2 and has a population of around 40.000 as of 2003. The word Lhorong means "valley in the south" or "river in the south" in T ...

Lhunzê County

Lhunzê County, is a county of Shannan located in the south-east of the Tibet Autonomous Region. India claimed this county as part of Arunachal Pradesh, which is a disputed area between Peoples Republic of China and India.

Mainling County

Mainling County is a county under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Nyingchi in eastern Tibet Autonomous Region.

Maizhokunggar County

Maizhokunggar County or Meldro Gungkar County is a county of Lhasa and east of the main center of Chengguan, Tibet Autonomous Region. It has an area of 5.492 square kilometres with an average elevation of over 4.000 metres. Most of the people are ...

Markam County

Markham County, is a county under the jurisdiction of the Chamdo in the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering the provinces of Sichuan to the east and Yunnan to the south. It is the easternmost county-level division of the Tibet A.R.

Mêdog County

Mêdog, Metok, or Motuo County, also known as the Pemako, is a county as well as a traditional region of the prefecture-level city of Nyingchi in the Tibet Autonomous Region of the Peoples Republic of China. It further stretches across McMahon Lin ...

Nagarzê County

Nagarzê County is a county of Shannan located in the south-east of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The Yarlung Tsangpo river dominates the county. Baidi Township is located in the county.

Nang County

Nang County, Nangxian, or Langxian is a county under the jurisdiction of Nyingtri City in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China.

Nêdong District

Nêdong District is a district of Shannan in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. The Tradruk temple, an important early Buddhist monastery Dating back to the reign of srongtsen gampo, is located in the Yarlung valley in Nêdong Palace Yungbulakang.

Ngamring County

Ngamring County is a county of Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region. "Ngamring County, sometimes referred to as the gateway to Mount Kailash and Far West Tibet, is the barren area which divides the Raga Tsangpo and the Brahmaputra." Office locat ...

Nyainrong County

Nyainrong County is a small county under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Nagqu, in the north of the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Qinghai province to the north. Yurla is a favourite of the people of the county.

Nyêmo County

Nyêmo is a county in the Lhasa west of the main center of Chengguan, Tibet. It lies on the north bank of the Yarlung Tsangpo River, the northern part of the Brahmaputra. The county has an area of 3.276 square kilometres, and as of 2011 had a popu ...

Nyima County

Nyima County is the westernmost county-level division under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Nagqu, Tibet Autonomous Region, Peoples Republic of China. The northern part of the county is within the Changtang area. Area 72.499 km ...