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Irinosawa Site

Irinosawa site is an archaeological site with the ruins of a late 4th century AD Kofun period settlement located in what is now the city of Kurihara, Miyagi Prefecture in the Tōhoku region of northern Japan. The site received protection by the ce ...

                                               

Higashi-Yamashiro Station

Higashi-Yamashiro Station is a train station located in Imari, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

                                               

Nishi-Arita Station

Nishi-Arita Station is a train station located in Arita, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

                                               

Maaike Meijer

Meijer was born in Eindhoven in 1949. Maaike Meijer gained her doctorate cum laude from Utrecht University in 1988 with a thesis entitled De lust tot reading. She then worked for ten years at the same university, where she led the post graduate w ...

                                               

Ronny Venema

Venema made his debut for the first team of Heerenveen on April 2, 1995 at home against Ajax in a 3-3. He was right back and had Marc Overmars as his direct opponent. He then left for Veendam, but returned to Heerenveen in 1999 and stayed with th ...

                                               

North Lathrop station

North Lathrop is a future Altamont Corridor Express station in Lathrop, California – the second to be constructed in the city. Whereas the original Lathrop/Manteca station was sited as a compromise to draw commuters from both cities, this station ...

                                               

Dutch Reformed Church (Zwartsluis)

The Dutch Reformed Church of Zwartsluis is a historic Dutch Reformed church building located on the Kerkstraat in Zwartsluis, Netherlands.

                                               

Bai Bibyaon Ligkayan Bigkay

Bai Bibyaon Ligkayan Bigkay is a Lumad leader and environmentalist. She is the first and only female chieftain in the history of the Manobo people. She is an advocate of indigenous peoples’ rights and has been a defender of Manobo ancestral lands ...

                                               

Sikander vs Porus

Sikandar vs Porus is a historical drama television series based on the Battle of the Hydaspes, visualizing the lives of Indian warrior and ruler Porus, King of the Pauravas and Alexander The Great, King of the Macedonian Empire. It premiered on 2 ...

                                               

Bialystok Puppet Theatre

Bialystok Puppet Theatre, founded in 1953, is one of the oldest puppet theaters in Poland. Its repertoire consists mainly of puppetry-based adaptations of international literature, as well as childrens entertainment.

                                               

Podlaskie Museum of Folk Culture

Podlaskie Museum of Folk Culture) is an open-air museum, gathering monuments of wooden architecture and ethnographic collections from the Bialystok, Lomza and Suwalki regions. Established from the merger of the Bialystok Village Museum and the Et ...

                                               

LKPS Lublin

LUK Politechnika Lublin is a Polish volleyball team based in Lublin in eastern Poland, founded in 2013. The club currently plays in the 1st Polish Volleyball League.

                                               

Kochubey House

The Kochubey House or the Judge General Vasyl Kochubey House is a museum of the National Historical and Cultural Reserve" Hetmans Capital” in Baturyn in Chernihiv Oblast, Ukraine.

                                               

One Nation, One King

One Nation, One King is a 2018 French film written and directed by Pierre Schoeller. It stars, among others, Adele Haenel and Gaspard Ulliel, and shows the French Revolution in Paris from the storming of the Bastille to the execution of the King. ...

                                               

Patrick H. Diamond

Patrick Henry Diamond is an American theoretical plasma physicist. He is currently a professor at the University of California, San Diego, and a director of the Fusion Theory Institute at the National Fusion Research Institute in Daejeon, South K ...

                                               

Hernan Peraza the Younger

Hernan Peraza de Ayala, also known as Hernan/Fernan Peraza The Younger or The Groom to distinguish him from his grandfather, was a nobleman and Castilian conquistador who participated in the European conquest of the Canary Islands in the 15th cen ...

                                               

Serafin Martinez del Rincon y Trives

Serafin Martinez del Rincon y Trives was a Spanish painter, known for his genre and history scenes and portraits.

                                               

Stratospheric space suit

The stratonautical space suit was a pressurised suit designed by Colonel Emilio Herrera in 1935 to be worn during a stratospheric flight using an open basket balloon scheduled for the following year. It is considered one of the antecedents of the ...

                                               

National Route 106 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 106, or just Route 106 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the Heredia province. Is a parallel road north to a segment of Route 1.

                                               

Richard Polak

Richard Polak was a Dutch photographer. He was the son of Abraham Jeremias Polak, a dealer in textiles, and Jeanette Rosenthal.

                                               

Complex of Sultan Bayezid II Health Museum

The Complex of Sultan Bayezid II Health Museum is a hospital museum of Trakya University within the Complex of Sultan Bayezid II located in Edirne, Turkey. The historic darussifa of the complex was incorporated into the structure of Edirne-based ...

                                               

Luwian Studies

Luwian Studies is a foundation based in Zurich, Switzerland. The Foundation aims to support and initiate new research projects in the field of archaeology and philology of ancient western Anatolia, in particular during the Late Bronze Age. Wester ...

                                               

Spider Bags

Spider Bags is an alternative rock band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The band was founded by Daniel McGee and Gregg Levy in 2006 after McGees old band, the DC Snipers, broke up. Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles has described Spider ...

                                               

Grand Forks (disambiguation)

Canada Grand Forks, British Columbia United States Grand Forks Township, Polk County, Minnesota Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota Grand Forks County, North Dakota Greater Grand Forks, a metropolitan area in North Dakota and Minnesota, incl ...

                                               

Cartier Diarra

Cartier Ducati Diarra is an American college basketball player for the Virginia Tech Hokies of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

                                               

Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Mosque

Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Mosque is the name of some 16th-century Ottoman mosques built for grand vizier Sokollu Mehmed Pasha. It may refer to: Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Mosque, Luleburgaz, built 1569 in Luleburgaz district of Kırklareli Province, Turkey S ...

                                               

Kokushi

Kokushi can refer to: 国史 - Kokushi history, a type of Japanese historical writing that emerged in the Meiji period 国師 - lit. Teacher of the Realm, an official or honorary title given to Buddhist masters in Japan 国士無双 - A yakuman in the ga ...

                                               

Abass Baraou

Abass Baraou is a German professional boxer who has held the WBC International light-middleweight title since 2019. As an amateur he won a bronze medal at the 2017 World Championships and a gold at the 2017 European Championships, both while comp ...

                                               

Druga Liga

Druga Liga means Second League in Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Polish, Serbian and Slovenian, may refer to: Druga Slovenska Nogometna liga, Slovenian football second division Druga Liga Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine, Second League of Federati ...

                                               

Vatanspor

Vatanspor is an association football club based in Brabrand, Aarhus Denmark, that competes in the Jutland Series, the fifth tier of the Danish football league system. Founded in 1989, the club is affiliated to DBU Jutland, the regional football a ...

                                               

Rowena He

Rowena He or He Xiaoqing is a history scholar on the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests and is Associate Professor at the Department of History in the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

                                               

Corcoran (disambiguation)

Corcoran Lagoon, Santa Cruz, California, US Corcoran Woods, 210 acres 0.85 km 2 donated by Edward S. Corcoran to the State of Maryland, US Corcoran, Minneapolis, Minnesota, a neighbourhood in Minneapolis, United States Corcoran, Minnesota, United ...

                                               

Theodore of Raithu

Theodore of Raithu was a Christian theologian considered the last of the Neo-Chalcedonians. Theodore was a monk at Raithu on the Sinai Peninsula, active after 550. He may be identified with the Theodore who was the bishop of nearby Pharan in the ...

                                               

Yeshua (disambiguation)

Yeshua is the Hebrew name ישוע, an ancient common variant of Yehoshua יהושע. It may also refer to: Yehoshua disambiguation, the Hebrew name יהושע equivalent to English Joshua Yahshua, one proposed transliteration of the original Hebrew or Aramaic ...

                                               

Dar Moqri

Dar Moqri is a historic palace or aristocratic house in Fes el-Bali, the old medina of Fes, Morocco. It dates from the 19th-20th century, and was built for the wealthy and powerful Moqri family.

                                               

Dar Adiyel

Dar Adiyel or Dar Adiyil is a historic mansion in Fes el-Bali, the old medina of Fes, Morocco. It is located in the Zqaq el-Bghal neighbourhood, a short distance south from Talaa Seghira street.

                                               

Mnebhi Palace

The Mnebhi Palace or Menebhi Palace, also known by its French name Palais Mnebhi, is a historic early 20th-century palace in Fes el-Bali, the old medina of Fes, Morocco. It is notable for both its lavish architecture as well as for being the plac ...

                                               

S. darwini

S. darwini may refer to: Stenaelurillus darwini, a jumping spider species found in Tanzania Scolytomimus darwini Sapphirina darwini Semiformiceras darwini, an ammonite species in the genus Semiformiceras marking a zone in the Tithonian stage of t ...

                                               

Martin Peak (Methow Mountains)

Martin Peak is an 8.375-foot mountain summit located in the Methow Mountains, a subset of the North Cascades in Washington state. It is the seventh-highest peak in the Methow Mountains, and ranks 80th in the state of Washington. Martin Peak is se ...

                                               

Indecision Peak

Indecision Peak is a 7.945 ft double-summit mountain located in the North Cascades in the U.S. state of Washington. It situated in North Cascades National Park, on the crest of the Cascade Range, on the shared border of Chelan County with Skagit ...

                                               

Thereuodon

Thereuodon is a genus of extinct mammal known from the Early Cretaceous of southern England and Morocco. The type species, named by Denise Sigogneau-Russell in 1989 for teeth from the earliest Cretaceous deposits of Morocco, is Thereuodon dahmani ...

                                               

Pelobatochelys

Pelobatochelys is a genus of extinct thalassochelydian turtle from the Late Jurassic of the United Kingdom. The type and only species is Pelobatochelys blakii, named by Harry Govier Seeley in 1875 for a central carapace fragment along with five a ...

                                               

Neithrop Fields Cutting

Neithrop Fields Cutting is a 1.4-hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Banbury in Oxfordshire. It is a Geological Conservation Review site. This site exhibits sections dating to the Early Jurassic around 190 to 180 million yea ...

                                               

Rhus republicensis

Rhus republicensis is an extinct species of flowering plant in the sumac family, Anacardiaceae. The species is known from fossil leaves found in the early Eocene deposits of northern Washington state in the United States. The species was first de ...

                                               

Highcliffe to Milford Cliffs

Highcliffe to Milford Cliffs is a 110.1-hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest which stretches along the south coast of England from Christchurch in Dorset to Milford on Seain Hampshire. It includes several Geological Conservation ...

                                               

Aguas Zarcas volcanic field

Aguas Zarcas volcanic field is a field of pyroclastic cones located in the Aguas Zarcas district, San Carlos canton of the Alajuela province, Costa Rica.

                                               

Ardley Trackways

Ardley Trackways is a 63.6-hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest north-west of Bicester in Oxfordshire. It is a Geological Conservation Review site. This site is internationally important because it has trackways created by a her ...

                                               

D. gigantea

D. gigantea may refer to: Dasyatis gigantea, the giant stumptail stingray, a fish species Drechslera gigantea, a plant pathogen that causes eyespot disease on many host plants Dendroseris gigantea, a flowering plant species found only in Chile Di ...

                                               

Sunrise Peak

Sunrise Peak is a prominent 5.892 ft volcanic mountain summit located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, in Skamania County of Washington state. It is situated in the Cascade Range, 15.7 mi northwest of Mount Adams, 21 mi northeast of Mount ...

                                               

Chinnor Chalk Pit

Chinnor Chalk Pit is a 20.4-hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Chinnor in Oxfordshire. It is a Geological Conservation Review site. This site is described by Natural England as "important for its excellent exposures o ...