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National Route 108 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 108, or just Route 108 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the San Jose province.

Mackovec

Mackovec can refer to several places in Croatia and Slovenia: Croatia Mackovec, Croatia, a village near Čakovec in Medimurje County Slovenia Mackovec pri Suhorju, a village in the Municipality of Metlika Mackovec pri Skocjanu, a village in the Mu ...

Otok

Otok can refer to: Bosnia Otok, Bosnia and Herzegovina, a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina near Ljubuski Croatia Otok, Split-Dalmatia County, a village in southern Croatia Otok, Medimurje County, a village near Čakovec, Croatia Otok, Vukovar-Sri ...

Maribor Oblast

Maribor Oblast was one of the oblasts of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes from 1922 to 1929. Its capital was Maribor.

Pero Čingrija

Pero Čingrija was a Croatian politician. Along with Frano Supilo, he was certainly the greatest and most successful Dubrovnik and Dalmatian politician from the early 1860s until the collapse of the Habsburg Monarchy. Without a doubt, he was the l ...

Pavlovac

Pavlovac can refer to several places: In Bosnia and Herzegovina Pavlovac, Banja Luka Pavlovac, Pale Pavlovac fortress In Croatia Pavlovac, Bjelovar-Bilogora County, a village in the Veliki Grdevac municipality Pavlovac Vrebacki, a village near Go ...

Vrpolje (disambiguation)

Vrpolje can refer to: Vrpolje Zagora, a village in southeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina Vrpolje Posusje, a village in southwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina Vrpolje, Split-Dalmatia County, a village near Trilj, Croatia, population 202 Vrpolje, Sibeni ...

Novaki

Novaki Ozaljski, near Ozalj, Karlovac County Novaki Petrovinski, near Jastrebarsko, Zagreb County Novaki, Dubrava, near Dubrava, Zagreb County Novaki Bizovacki, near Bizovac, Osijek-Baranja County Novaki Scitarjevski, near Velika Gorica, Zagreb C ...

Ponikve

Ponikve may refer to: In Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ponikve, Čajnice, a settlement in the Municipality of Čajnice In Croatia: Ponikve, a settlement in Ston Ponikve, a village in Ogulin Ponikve, a village in Bakar NK Ponikve, a Croatian soccer club b ...

Zospeum robustum

The species was established based on specimens that previously were classified as Z. obesum, Z. isselianum or Z. frauenfeldii. It is named after the solid, robust shell of the holotype lat.: robustum: robust.

Greda

Greda can refer to several places in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia: In Bosnia and Herzegovina Bukova Greda, village in the Orasje, Bosnia municipality Greda, Sipovo, village in the Sipovo municipality Greda, Bosanska Gradiska, village in the ...

Visnjica

Visnjica may refer to several places: Polje Visnjica Visnjica Kiseljak, a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina Mahala Visnjica Gornja Visnjica, a village near Lepoglava, Croatia Visnjica, Montenegro Visnjica, Split-Dalmatia County, a village near Vr ...

Zavrsje

Zavrsje may refer to: In Slovenia: Zavrsje, Trbovlje In Croatia: Zavrsje, Pozega-Slavonia County, HR-34322, a village in the Brestovac municipality Zavrsje Loborsko, HR-49253, a village in the Lobor municipality, Krapina–Zagorje County Zavrsje Po ...

Podgorje

Podgorje may refer to: Podgorje, Sisak-Moslavina County, a village near Gvozd, Croatia Podgorje, Velenje, a village in Slovenia Podgorje, Koper, a village in Slovenia Podgorje, Slovenj Gradec, a village in Slovenia Podgorje, Virovitica-Podravina ...

Mackovac

Mackovac can refer to several places in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia: Bosnia and Herzegovina Mackovac, Lopare, village in the Lopare municipality Mackovac, Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje, village in the Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje municipality Mac ...

National Route 117 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 117, or just Route 117 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the San Jose, Heredia provinces.

National Route 307 (Costa Rica)

National Tertiary Route 307, or just Route 307 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the San Jose, Heredia provinces.

PTZ

PTZ may refer to: PTZ, "pointz" collected by users of the defunct social commerce site Lockerz PTZ, pressure P, temperature T, and compressibility Z of a gas in an equation of state Phenothiazine, a chemical insecticide Pentylenetetrazol Metrazol ...

Dayrut al-Sharif

Dayrut al-Sharif is a town in Egypt. It is located on the west bank of the Nile, in the Asyut Governorate. According to tradition, the Holy family visited Dayrut al-Sharif on their fligh into Egypt.

El Ayyat

The word Ayyat comes from the arabic word "عياط" which means he who cries. According to Coptic tradition the city was called by that name because a criminal attacked during their stay in Egypt, however baby Jesus made him paralyzed so he was forc ...

Walter Beneke

Carlos Walter Teodoro Beneke Medina was a Salvadoran politologist, economist, sociologist, journalist, and writer. He held various diplomatic positions and served as the head of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is ...

Foley Building

Foley Building or Foley House may refer to: in Canada Foley House, in Westport, Ontario, Canada, home of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. in the United States John Foley House, New Hampton, Iowa, NRHP-listed in Iowa W. L. Fol ...

List of barrios and sectores of Aguada, Puerto Rico

Like all municipalities of Puerto Rico, Aguada is subdivided into administrative units called barrios, which are like minor civil divisions. The barrios in turn are further subdivided into smaller local populated place areas/units called sectores ...

Sai Pin Wai

Sai Pin Wai, sometimes transliterated as Sai Bin Wai, is a walled village in the Yuen Long Kau Hui area of Yuen Long District, Hong Kong.

Death of Adre-Anna Jackson

Adre-Anna Anita Jackson, also spelled Adreanna or AdreAnna was a missing person of Native American descent from Lakewood, Washington. She disappeared at age 10 while walking to school in December 2005 in "a high-crime area with a large number of ...

Upper Natone, Tasmania

Upper Natone is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Burnie in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 24 kilometres south of the town of Burnie. The 2016 census determined a population of 112 for th ...

Ruhr (disambiguation)

Ruhr may refer to Ruhr, a German term for Dysentery, an inflammatory disorder of the intestine Ruhr A 64, a former Rhein class replenishment ship of the German Navy "Ruhr of India", valley of the Damodar River Ruhr river, a river in North Rhine-W ...

Jorge Benguche

Benguche made his debut on 13 October 2014, in a 3–0 win against C.D. Victoria. He came on as a 56th minute substitute for Anthony Lozano and scored a goal eight minutes later.

2020 urvalsdeild kvenna (football)

The 2020 urvalsdeild kvenna is the 49th season of the womens association football highest division league in Iceland.Due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic the season started late on 12 June 2020. Valur are the defending champions.

Kuranda

Kuranda Scenic Railway, a railway line runs from Cairns, Queensland, Australia to the nearby town of Kuranda Kuranda Range road Kuranda, Queensland, a town on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland, Australia Kuranda Skyrail, another name ...

Sungai Durian

Sungai Durian may refer to: Sungai Durian, Tabalong, a village in the district of Banua Lawas, Tabalong Regency, South Kalimantan, Indonesia Sungai Durian, Perak, a village in the Hilir Perak District, Perak, Malaysia Sungai Durian, Patamuan, a v ...

Paruman Agung

On 4 February 1946, the structure of the Paruman Agung was re-formed, with an additional 28 members and the removal of the Resident of Bali and Lombok from the position. The total membership of the Paruman Agung was set at 36 persons, and the Kin ...

Khur, Iran

Khur or Khowr or Khaur or Khvor may refer to the following locations in Iran: Khvor-e Olya, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran Khvor-e Shahabi, a village in Bushehr Province, Iran Khvor, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan Provin ...

Durak, Iran

Durak-e Shapuri, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran Durak Qanbari, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran Durak, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Durak Rahman, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran Durak-e Olya, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Prov ...

Kach, Iran

Kach or Koch or Kech in Iran may refer to: Kach, Hamadan Kach Kush, Iranshahr County, Sistan and Baluchestan Province Koch, Chabahar, Sistan and Baluchestan Province Koch Gowrow, Chabahar County, Sistan and Baluchestan Province Koch-e Garg, Chaba ...

Allahabad, Iran

Allahabad, Tiran and Karvan, a village in Tiran and Karvan County Allahabad, Jarqavieh Olya, a village in Isfahan County Allahabad, Ramsheh, a village in Isfahan County Allahabad, Nain, a village in Nain County Allahabad, Ardestan, a village in A ...

Mehdiabad, Iran

Mehdiabad, Bazoft, a village in Kuhrang County Mehdiabad-e Yek, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, a village in Kuhrang County Mehdiabad, Kuhrang, a village in Kuhrang County

Nosratabad (disambiguation)

Nosratabad, Kahnuj, a village in Kahnuj County Nosratabad, Bardsir, a village in Bardsir County Nosratabad, Rudbar-e Jonubi, a village in Rudbar-e Jonubi County Nosratabad, Khursand, a village in Shahr-e Babak County Nosratabad, Sirjan, a village ...

Kamalabad

Kamalabad Rural District, an administrative subdivision of Alborz Province, Iran Kamalabad, former name of Kamal Shahr, a city in Alborz Province, Iran

Rezaabad

Rezaabad, Marvdasht, a village in Marvdasht County Rezaabad, Kazerun, a village in Kazerun County Rezaabad, Eqlid, a village in Eqlid County Rezaabad, Naqsh-e Rostam, a village in Marvdasht County

Malekabad

Malekabad, Forg, a village in Darab County Malekabad, Shiraz, a village in Shiraz County Malekabad, Fasa, a village in Fasa County Shahrak-e Malekabad, a village in Darab County Malekabad, Marvdasht, a village in Marvdasht County Malekabad, Jahro ...

Aq Bolagh

Agh Bolagh-e Mostafa Khan, a village in Namin County Aq Bolagh, Ardabil, a village in Meshgin Shahr County Agh Bolagh-e Sofla, a village in Meshgin Shahr County Aq Bolagh-e Rostam Khan, a village in Ardabil County Agh Bolagh-e Olya, a village in ...

Qaleh Juq

Qaleh Juq or Qalah Juq or Ghaleh Joogh or Qaleh Jaq or Qaleh Joq or Qaleh Jokh or Qaleh Jogh, Qaleh Jukh, Qaleh-ye Joq or Qaleh-ye Juq or Ghaleh Jogh may refer to:

Anarestan

Anarestan or Anarstan, also rendered as Anaristan, may refer to: Anarestan, Fars Anarestan, Kerman Anarestan, Dashtestan, Bushehr Province Anarestan, Gilan Anarestan, Mazandaran Anarestan Rural District Bushehr Province Anarestan, Yazd Anarestan, ...

Mansuri

Mansuri may refer to: Manasir tribe, tribal name of the United Arab Emirates Mansuri, Darab, Fars Province Mansuri, Razavi Khorasan Mansuri, Pasargad, Fars Province Mansuri-ye Jonubi, Bushehr Province Mansuri, Taft, Yazd Province Mansuri, Khuzest ...

Gol Sefid

Gol Sefid or Gel Sefid or Gol-e Sefid or Gel-e Sefid or Gel Safid or Gelsafid, also rendered as Gul-i-Safid, may refer to: Gel Sefid, Sonqor, Kermanshah Province Gel-e Sefid Rural District, in Gilan Province Gel Sefid, Kermanshah Gol-e Sefid, Ila ...

Qaleh

Qaleh, Azarshahr, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Qaleh, alternate name of Qaleh-ye Olya, a village in Bostanabad County, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Qaleh, Maragheh, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Qaleh, Bostanabad, a ...

Mianrud (disambiguation)

Mianrud, Rudsar, a village in Rudsar County Mianrud, Pareh Sar, a village in Rezvanshahr County Mian Rud, Rezvanshahr, a village in Rezvanshahr County

Jowzan

Jowzan or Jauzan or Juzan or Jozan may refer to the following places in Iran: Jowzan Rural District, Malayer County, Hamadan Province Jowzan, Rudan, a village in Rudkhaneh Bar Rural District, Hormozgan Province Jowzan-e Nuki, a village in Baqeran ...

Mazraeh

Mazraeh, Kaleybar, a village in Kaleybar County Mazraeh, Varzaqan, a village in Varzaqan County Mazraeh, Shabestar, a village in Shabestar County Mazraeh, Ahar, a village in Ahar County