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Les Sables de Glos Formation

The Les Sables de Glos Formation is a sandy Mesozoic geologic formation in France. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation, although none have yet been referred to a specific genus.

Marnes a Belemnopsis latesulcatus Formation

The Marnes a Belemnopsis latesulcatus Formation is a Jurassic geologic formation in France. It is so named because it exists within the Belemnopsis latesulcatus biostratigraphic zone. It predominantly consists of bioturbated variegated marl and l ...

Marnes de Chalin Formation

The Marnes de Chalin Formation is a Mesozoic geologic formation in France. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation, although none have yet been referred to a specific genus.

Rognacian Formation

The Rognacian Formation is a geologic formation in France. It is of Maastrichtian age. The mammal Valentinella is known from the formation, alongside indeterminate dinosaur remains

Sables de Cherre

The Sables de Cherre is a Mesozoic geologic formation in France. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation, although none have yet been referred to a specific genus.

Sables vert de lAlbien Formation

The Sables vert de lAlbien Formation is a Mesozoic geologic formation in France. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation, although none have yet been referred to a specific genus.

Baillif Airport

Baillif Airport is an airport serving Basse Terre, a coastal city in Guadeloupe. The airport has high terrain north through southeast.

La Desirade Airport

La Desirade Airport is an airport serving La Desirade, the easternmost island of Guadeloupe. The airport is located on the South shore, with water on both ends, and high terrain to the northeast.

Saint-François Airport

Saint-François Airport is an airport serving Saint-François, a town at the southeastern tip of Grande Terre island in Guadeloupe.

Societe dhistoire de la Guadeloupe

The Societe dHistoire de la Guadeloupe is a French society for the study of the history of Guadeloupe, the French Antilles and the wider Caribbean basin. It was founded in 1963 and publishes a scholarly journal titled Bulletin de la Societe dHist ...

Abkhaz State Archive

The Abkhaz State Archive is the main archive of Abkhazia, a disputed territory in the South Caucasus and breakaway republic of Georgia. It is located in Sukhumi, the capital of Abkhazia.

Osvaldo Vieira International Airport

Previously known as Bissalanca, during the Guinea-Bissau War of Independence 1963–1974 it was used as a base by the Portuguese Air Force. The airport had to close for 7 Jun 1998, due to intense fighting in the area of Bissau. It was officially op ...

Haitian edible rat

The Haitian edible rat is an extinct species of rodent in the family Echimyidae. It was found in Haiti. Its natural habitat was subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. The sample was found in a cave near Saint-Michel.

Conservation in Iceland

Conservation in Iceland is regulated under a programme known in Icelandic as Natturuverndarlog initiated in 1971. It offers a basis for ensuring the long-term protection of places or areas. The Umhverfisstofnun decides which areas are to be addre ...

Kusumanegara Heroes Cemetery

Kusumanegara Heroes Cemetery is a cemetery located in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is home to five National Heroes of Indonesia.

History of Western New Guinea

The History of Western New Guinea refers to the history of the Indonesian western half of the island of New Guinea and other smaller islands to its west. This region was previously named Irian Jaya. The eastern half of the island is Papua New Gui ...

Ciaruteun inscription

Ciaruteun inscription also written Ciaruton or also known as Ciampea inscription is a 5th-century stone inscription discovered on the riverbed of Ciaruteun River, a tributary of Cisadane River, not far from Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. The inscri ...

Kebon Kopi I inscription

Kebon Kopi I also known as Tapak Gajah inscription, is one of several inscriptions dated from the era of Tarumanagara Kingdom circa 5th century. The inscription bearing the image of elephant footprint, which was copied from the elephant ride of K ...

Batulicin

Batu Licin, also written as Batulicin, is a sub-district of Tanah Bumbu regency and its capital, in South Kalimantan, Indonesia. Batulicin is situated on the banks of the Batulicin River and is 265 km east of the city of Banjarmasin, capital of t ...

Bengkulu Residency

Bengkulu Residency is an administrative building located in Bengkulu, Indonesia. It was one of the control center of the Dutch before independence, though after independence it became the resident of Bengkulu prefect. Initially it was the part of ...

Blok Tempe

Blok Tempe is a residence in Bandung, West-Java, Indonesia. Before 1998, this residence was known as an area which some former criminals gather. But from 2005 until 2010, some people and led by the leader of Bandung Creative City Forum, Ridwan Ka ...

Deli Tua

Deli Tua is an administrative district within Deli Serdang Regency of North Sumatra province of Indonesia. It covers an area of 19.4 sq.km, and had a population of 60.624 at the 2010 Census. It lies immediately south of Medan city, of which it is ...

Entikong

Entikong is a subdistrict and also an administrative village within that subdistrict in Sanggau Regency of West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. It is the location of the main border crossing between the West Kalimantan and the Malaysian state of ...

Jakarta Inner Ring Road

Jakarta Inner Ring Road is a toll road circling the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. On northern and the eastern section, the toll road is grade-separated with the Sosrobahu road construction technique. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk, ...

Jakarta International College

Jakarta International College, founded in 2002, is an Indonesian international college set up for students who wish to further their university education overseas. JIC offers four internationally recognized education programs that help students t ...

Jakarta Islamic Center

Jakarta Islamic Center or JIC is a center for Islamic studies and research at Koja, Jakarta, Indonesia. Activities of JIC includes ZISWAF empowerment, education, socio-economic activities, regular recitations, Tabligh Akbar, and celebrations of I ...

Kalumpang, Indonesia

Kalumpang is a subdistrict in the Mamuju Regency of West Sulawesi, Indonesia. The population is composed of the Kalumpang people, most of whom rely solely on subsistence-level agriculture, especially the growing of rice, to survive. The language ...

Kampong Makassar

Kampong Makassar was one several internment camps in the island of Java near Batavia in which the Japanese interned enemy civilians, mostly Dutch, after the Dutch East Indies fell to Japanese forces in 1942. Between January to October 1945, Kampo ...

Keling (subdistrict)

The name of this district is traditionally linked with the 6th century Indianized kingdom of Kalingga, which ultimately derived from ancient Indian kingdom of Kaling.

Ledok

Ledok is a village in the subdistrict Sambong, Blora, Central Java, Indonesia. Its territory is divided into forests, plantations, fields and settlements with an area of approximately 10 km 2. It is bordered to the west by Kejalen, the east by Gi ...

Omandesep

Omandesep is a village in Asmat Regency, Papua, Indonesia. Omandesep is situated to the south of the villages of Agats and Atsy.

Randusari

Randusari is a section of South Semarang, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. Randusari is home to Brintik Hill, which is located close to the Randusari Market. On the hill there is a cemetery, Brintik Bergota, the largest cemetery in Semarang. Dr ...

Shenden

Shenden also known as Senden is a tourist rivers in Jepara Town, its in Mulyoharjo Village. located at 2 km eastward of the hall of Jepara Regency. Shenden is one of famous rivers in Jepara. Because, Shenden is a beautiful little river and natura ...

Singaperbangsa University

University of Singaperbangsa Karawang is the first university to be established in Karawang. It was established on 2 February 1982. The university is named Raden Adipati Singaperbangsa, founder of Karawang under Sultan Agung of Mataram. On Octobe ...

St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Ambon

The St. Francis Xavier Cathedral also called Ambon Cathedral Is the name given to a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church which is located in the city of Ambon capital of the island of Ambon in the province of Maluku in the east ...

State University of Surabaya

The State University of Surabaya is a university in Surabaya. Until 1999, it was known as IKIP Surabaya and was established for graduating teachers, qualified for preschool, elementary, junior high, and senior high school. It has seven faculties ...

Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University

Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University is the only state university in the province of Banten, Indonesia. The main campus is in Serang, the faculty of engineering is at Cilegon, and FKIP Faculty most of it is located in Ciwaru Serang. Sultan Ageng Tir ...

Surabaya Shipbuilding State Polytechnic

The development of Shipbuilding Institute of Polytechnic Surabaya or SHIPS) can be traced back to 1987 when it was established as a polytechnic by Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology The institute was elevated to an independent institute in ...

Teknokrat

Teknokrat is a private higher school in Bandar Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia. Subjects taught include information management, computer science, and languages.

Telkom Institute of Technology

Institut Teknologi Telkom English: Telkom Institute of Technology was a vocational university specializing in telecommunication engineering. It was established on September 28, 1990 by the Telkom Education Foundation, which is owned by PT Telkom, ...

Three Kings Cathedral

The Three Kings Cathedral also called Timika Cathedral is a religious building belonging to the Catholic Church, located in the town of Timika in Papua province, in the East Asian country of Indonesia. The temple of the Roman or Latin rite and fu ...

Ujung Genteng

Ujung Genteng is a village in an area of Ciletuh Palabuhanratu Geopark the National Geopark in the Sukabumi Regency in West Java, Indonesia, about 80 Kilometers from Sukabumi. Ujung Genteng is famous for its Green Turtle nature reserve, surfing b ...

State University of Semarang

The Universitas Negeri Semarang is a public university in the city of Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The university is located in Gunungpati, a highland area of Semarang, Central Java. UNNES has eight faculties: education, language and arts, ...

Labuhan Deli

Labuhan Deli is a district in Deli Serdang Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The district had a total population of 60.190 at the 2010 Census, the latest estimate is 71.062. It covers an area of 57.6 sq. m. km, consisting of three physically unc ...

Medan Labuhan

Medan Labuhan is one of 21 administrative districts in the city of Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The boundaries of the district Indonesian: kecamatan: To the south: Medan Deli. To the north: Medan Belawan. To the east: Deli Serdang Regency. To ...

Medan Marelan

Medan Marelan is one of 21 administrative districts: To the east: Medan Deli. To the west: Deli Serdang Regency. To the north: Medan Belawan. To the south: Medan Helvetia. According to the census of 2015, it had a population of 162.267 residents. ...

Medan Sunggal

Medan Sunggal is one of the 21 administrative districts in the city of Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The district of Medan Sunggal is bordered by Deli Serdang Regency to the west, New Medan to the east, Medan Selayang to the south, and Medan H ...

Merdeka, Karo Regency

Merdeka is a district of Karo Regency in North Sumatra. There are nine DESA in Kuala Lumpur district. Population listed as of 2007: Jaranguda, 2.230. Gongsol, 1.715. Ujung Teran, 812. (Уджунг Теран, 812) Merdeka capital, 1.820. (Мердека капитала, ...

Naman Teran

Naman Teran is a district of Karo Regency in North Sumatra, Indonesia. It borders Delhi Serdang Regency to the North, the times of the Regency to the North-West, Tiganderket district in the West and southwest, painting in the South, in Simpang Em ...

Simpang Empat, Karo Regency

Simpang Empat is a district of Karo Regency in North Sumatra. Borders Kabanjahe and Berastagi regions to the East, painting West, naman Teran and Merdeka to the North and Kabanjahe district to the South. Before independence, Simpang Empate was ru ...