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Monastery in Ghazali

The Monastery in Ghazali is a medieval Christian monastery in the Bayuda Desert in northern Sudan. Founded by king Merkurios in the 7th century, it functioned until the 13th century.

                                               

Verde Hot Springs

Verde Hot Springs is a grouping of thermal mineral springs near the town of Camp Verde in Yavapi County, Arizona. The springs are located at the western bank of the Verde River. There are ruins of a former historical resort at the site and bathhouse.

                                               

Payel Chowdhury

Payel Chowdhury is an Indian professional womens Kabaddi player and the current part of India national kabaddi team. She was part of the national teams which won the gold medal at the South Asian Games 2019 and the silver medal at the 2018 Asian ...

                                               

Fenghuang (disambiguation)

The Fenghuang is a mythological bird of East Asia similar to the Phoenix. Fenghuang may also refer to: Fenghuang, one of the villains in Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Shanghai SH760, originally launched as the Fenghuang car in 1958 Fenghu ...

                                               

H10

HMS H10, a 1915 British Royal Navy H class submarine HMS Encounter H10, a 1934 British Royal Navy E class destroyer Atlas H-10, a 1948 four-seat cabin monoplane aircraft London Buses route H10 Liore et Olivier LeO H-10, a French seaplane PRR H10, ...

                                               

Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel may refer to: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark, originally the SAS Royal Hotel Royal Hotel, Cardiff, Wales, UK The Royal Hotel, Riebeek Kasteel, Western Cape, South Africa, a historic hotel Royal Hotel, Birmingham, Englan ...

                                               

Shoreham

Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, UK Shoreham Airport, West Sussex, UK Shoreham-by-Sea railway station, West Sussex, UK Shoreham F.C., an association football club Shoreham UK Parliament constituency 1974-1997 New Shoreham UK Parliament constituency ...

                                               

Randolph

Randolph, Minnesota Randolph, Arizona Randolph, Massachusetts Randolph, New Hampshire Randolph, Kansas Randolph, Indiana Randolph, Missouri East Randolph, New York Randolph, New York, a town Randolph CDP, New York Randolph, Nebraska Randolph, Ill ...

                                               

Beresford

Beresford, Republic of Ireland Beresford, Western Australia Beresford, New Brunswick within Beresford Parish, New Brunswick Beresford, Manitoba Beresford, British Columbia Beresford, South Dakota

                                               

Richardson House

Richardson House may refer to: in the United States by state Marshall-Harris-Richardson House, Raleigh, NC, listed on the NRHP in New York Abijah Richardson, Sr. Homestead, Dublin, NH, listed on the NRHP in New Hampshire Richardson-Brinkman Cobbl ...

                                               

Charlottetown (disambiguation)

In Canada Charlottetown, Labrador, Newfoundland and Labrador, a town in Labrador Charlottetown, Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador, an unincorporated community in Newfoundland

                                               

Summerfield

Summerfield, Missouri New Summerfield, Texas Summerfield, Alabama Summerfield, Florida Summerfield, Ohio Summerfield, Texas Summerfield, Louisiana Summerfield, North Carolina Summerfield, Maryland Summerfield, Illinois Summerfield Township, Monro ...

                                               

Kuskanook

Kuskanook was a wooden, stern-wheel driven steamboat that operated on Kootenay Lake, in British Columbia from 1906 to 1931. After being taken out of service, Kuskanook was sold for use as a floating hotel, finally sinking in 1936. The vessel name ...

                                               

QuAppelle

QuAppelle may refer to: QuAppelle electoral district Chateau QuAppelle, hotel South Quappelle No. 157, Saskatchewan, rural municipality of Saskatchewan, Canada HMCS QuAppelle H69, World War II River-class destroyer North QuAppelle No. 187, Saskat ...

                                               

Arlington House

Arlington House may refer to: Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial Arlington Beach House, one of the first hotels built in Saskatchewan and was one of the first buildings constructed along Last Mountain Lake Arlington House London a hostel ...

                                               

Bess

Bess or BESS may refer to: Basic Enlisted Submarine School, the United States Navys school for enlisted submariners Bess Press, an American publisher Bess content-control software, a brand of web filtering software BESS experiment, a particle phy ...

                                               

Jinjiang

Written as "金江镇": Jinjiang, Hainan, in Chengmai County Jinjiang, Panzhihua, in Renhe District, Panzhihua, Sichuan Jinjiang, Yunnan, in Shangri-La County Written as "锦江镇": Jinjiang, Yujiang County, Jiangxi Jinjiang, Shanggao County, Jiangxi

                                               

LAuberge

LAuberge de Cendrillon, restaurant in Disneyland Paris LAuberge restaurant, former Dutch restaurant with two Michelin stars LAuberge du Pont de Collonges, French restaurant with three Michelin stars, run by Paul Bocuse

                                               

Mayo Building

Mayo Building or Mayo Hall may refer to: in India Mayo Hall Bangalore, a historic building in the United States Mayo Building Tulsa, Oklahoma, listed on the NRHP in Tulsa County, Oklahoma Mayo Building Rochester, Minnesota, in Minnesota, a modern ...

                                               

Mayo House

Mayo House may refer to: Dr. William J. Mayo House, Rochester, Minnesota, NRHP-listed Mayo Mansion, also known as John C.C. Mayo Mansion and Office, Paintsville, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Johnson County, Kentucky Dr. William W. Mayo House, ...

                                               

Strawberry Hill

Strawberry Hill Enfield, North Carolina Strawberry Hill Creagerstown, Maryland Strawberry Hill Petersburg, Virginia Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve, Fairfield, Pennsylvania Strawberry Hill Kansas City, Kansas Strawberry Hill San Francisco, Califo ...

                                               

Vista Land

Vista Land & Lifescapes Inc. also known as simply Vista Land, is a property developer in the Philippines engaged in the real estate and retail industries. The company is part of the Villar Group of Companies associated with Manny Villar, along wi ...

                                               

Radio Wnet

Radio Wnet – polish radio station and online social networking site, founded in 2009 by Krzysztof Skowronski, Grzegorz Wasowski, Katarzyna Adamiak-Sroczynska, Monika Makowska-Wasowska, Wojciech Cejrowski and Jerzy Jachowicz.

                                               

Lake Louise

Chateau Lake Louise, hotel in Alberta, one of Canadas Grand Railway Resorts Lake Louise Ski Resort, a ski resort in Lake Louise, Alberta Lake Louise, Alberta, a hamlet which takes its name from the lake Lake Louise Alberta, a lake in Alberta

                                               

City square (disambiguation)

A City square is another name for a town square. City square may also refer to: List of city squares by size Urban park type City Square skyscraper, a skyscraper in Perth, Western Australia Oskaloosa City Square Commercial Historic District, Iowa ...

                                               

OBP

OBP may stand for: Orange-bellied parrot, a critically endangered bird species from Australia OpenBoot, also known as "Open Firmware", the low-level firmware in Sun Microsystems, Inc. machines Object-based programming One Bennett Park, a skyscrap ...

                                               

OQ (disambiguation)

OQ may refer to: Operational qualification, part of Verification and validation One Queensbridge, a supertall skyscraper expected to be built in Melbourne, Australia A range of drones, including the Radioplane OQ-2 Royale Airlines, a defunct airl ...

                                               

Phoenix Building

Manhattan Building Muskogee, Oklahoma, also known as the Phoenix Building or the Phoenix-Manhattan Building, a heritage-listed skyscraper in Muskogee, Oklahoma Phoenix Building Pittsford, New York, heritage-listed inn and tavern in Monroe County, ...

                                               

The Loft

The Loft Danish band, a Danish band The Loft Sirius XM, a music channel on satellite radio The Loft British band, a British indie band The Loft film 2014 an American film

                                               

Tour To-Lyon

Tour To-Lyon is a mixed-use skyscraper under construction in the La Part-Dieu business district of Lyon, France. The building will include 66.000 m2 of office space, 10.500 m2 of hotel space and 3.500 m2 of retail space. With a height of 170 m it ...

                                               

Ross House

Dr. Robert M. Ross House, Artesia, New Mexico Gov. William H. Ross House, Seaford, Delaware Edgar and Rachel Ross House, Seaford, Delaware Moses Ross House, Doe Run Valley, Pennsylvania John M. Ross House, a National Register of Historic Places l ...

                                               

Poort

Poort means port in Dutch and may refer to Places in the Netherlands Almere Poort railway station Almere Poort, a borough stadsdeel of Almere Amsterdamse Poort disambiguation Gebouw Delftse Poort, a twin-tower skyscraper in Rotterdam Haagse Poort ...

                                               

Sprague House

Sprague House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Gov. William Sprague Mansion, Cranston, Rhode Island, listed on the NRHP in Providence County Sprague Street Houses, Shreveport, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Caddo Parish Tho ...

                                               

Dresslerville, Nevada

Dresslerville, also known as Dressperville Colony, is an unincorporated area in Nevada that is home to a Washoe tribe community. It was named for Nevada state senator William F. Dressler who donated a 40-acre tract to the Washoe tribe. US 395 run ...

                                               

Divine Mercy Sanctuary

Divine Mercy Sanctuary may refer to: Santo Spirito in Sassia, Rome Divine Mercy Sanctuary Krakow, with the remains of saint Faustina Kowalska and the most popular Divine Mercy image by Adolf Hyla Glogowiec, Leczyca County, where saint Faustina Ko ...

                                               

Teke Peninsula

Teke Peninsula, also known as Teke Region, is a peninsula located in southwestern Turkey between the gulfs of Antalya and Fethiye extending into the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered to the Turkish Lakes Region in the north. It was known as Lycia ...

                                               

White Mountains

Afghanistan and Pakistan White Mountains Safed Koh Australia White Mountains National Park, in Queensland Greece White Mountains Lefka Ori, on the island of Crete United States White Mountains Alaska White Mountains Arizona White Mountains Califo ...

                                               

Lewis Crocker

Amateur boxing in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland is governed by the Irish Amateur Boxing Association. As an amateur, Crocker fought out of the Cairn Lodge Boxing Club in Belfast before eventually moving to Holy Trinity in the w ...

                                               

Moon Lake

Moon Lake in Monroe County, Arkansas Moon Lake Park in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Moon Lake Minnesota, a lake in Douglas County Moon Lake, Mississippi, an unincorporated community in Mississippi Moon Lake Berrien County, Michigan Moon Lake in W ...

                                               

St. Thomas Aquinas High School

St. Thomas Aquinas High School may refer to: Canada St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School North Vancouver, British Columbia St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School Lindsay, Ontario St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School London, Ontar ...

                                               

Vaca Forest Reserve

Vaca Forest Reserve is a nature reserve in the Cayo District of eastern Belize. The reserve covers an area of 35.701 acres. It is bordered to the west by Guatemala, to the east by Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve and Nojkaaxmeen Elijio Panti Na ...

                                               

Jastar Park

Jastar Park is an urban park in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. It was opened on 6 July 2005 on the Capital City Day celebration. The park is located right behind the KazMunayGas headquarters and is situated right between Dongelek Square and in the front ...

                                               

Gate City

Gate City can mean: Gate City Historic District, a national historic district located at Gate City, Scott County, Virginia Gate City, Virginia, a city in Scott County, Virginia Gate City, a newly developed ring city near Almaty, Kazakhstan the ni ...

                                               

Three Forks

Three Forks may refer to: Three Forks, Wyoming, an unincorporated community in Carbon County Saint Helens, Kentucky, an unincorporated community in Lee Co. also known as Three Forks Three Forks, Warren County, Kentucky, an unincorporated communit ...

                                               

Dreifaltigkeitskirche

Dreifaltigkeitskirche may refer to: Austria Church of the Holy Trinity, Salzburg in Salzburg Australia Lutheran Trinity Church, East Melbourne, a German-language church known as Deutsche Evangelische Dreifaltigkeitskirche Germany Dreifaltigkeitsk ...

                                               

Millwood

Australia Millwood, Queensland, a locality in the Toowoomba Region Millwood, New South Wales Canada Millwood High School, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia Millwood Junior School, Etobicoke, Ontario Mill Woods, Edmonton South Africa Millwood, South Af ...

                                               

Rabenstein Castle

Rabenstein Castle may refer to: In Austria: Rabenstein Castle Styria, a castle in Frohnleiten Rabenstein Castle Carinthia, castle ruins near Sankt Paul im Lavanttal Rabenstein Castle Tyrol, castle ruins in Virgen Rabenstein Castle Lower Austria, ...

                                               

Alte Burg

Alte Burg, Alteburg or Burgstall Alte Burg refers to the name or nickname of various castles, castle ruins, castle sites and hillforts or ringworks: Germany Alte Burg Hummertsried Hummersried, castle site near Hummertsried Eberhardzell, county of ...

                                               

Nes Church

Nes Church may refer to: Nes Church Bjugn, a church in Orland Municipality in Trondelag county, Norway Nes Church Vestland, a church in Luster Municipality in Vestland county, Norway Nes stone church, a 12th century building in Sauherad in Vestfo ...

                                               

Marshlands Conservancy

Marshlands Conservancy is a 147-acre nature preserve in the city of Rye that is 100% owned and operated by Westchester County Parks. It has numerous wildlife habitats from ponds to creeks to a large meadow area, succession forest, freshwater wetl ...