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Kos-

The Slavic word for "blackbird", kos also appears in various toponyms: Kosovo toponym Kosovo Polje Kosovo, a partially recognized country in the Balkans. Kosin disambiguation, a name of five villages in Poland Kosiv, a city in Ivano-Frankivsk Obl ...

                                               

List of stave churches in Norway

A stave church is a church built of timbers with a supporting structure of posts standing on reclining sleepers or timbers and carrying poles. The structural joints in the wall form frames that are filled with standing planks or tiles. The poles ...

                                               

Landport (disambiguation)

Landport is a district located near the centre of Portsea Island and is part of the city of Portsmouth, England. Landport is also a suburb of Lewes, Sussex, England Landport may also refer to: Landport Gibraltar, a gate into the territory of Gibr ...

                                               

1971 Aconcagua earthquake

The Valparaiso Region of central Chile was struck by an earthquake of magnitude 7.8 M w at 22:03 8 July 1971 local time. It had a maximum felt intensity of IX on the Modified Mercalli intensity scale and caused the deaths of 83 people and injured ...

                                               

Mitchell Grass Downs

The Mitchell Grass Downs is a tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas, and shrublands ecoregion in northeastern Australia. It is a mostly treeless grassland, characterised by Mitchell grasses.

                                               

Coolgardie woodlands

The Coolgardie woodlands is an ecoregion in southern Western Australia. The predominant vegetation is woodlands and mallee scrub. The ecoregion is a transitional zone between the Mediterranean-climate forests, woodlands, and shrublands of Southwe ...

                                               

Westkaslausch

Westkaslausch is a part of Low Prussian dialect of Low German spoken in an area of Poland, that used to be part of Germany. Westkaslausch used to have borders to Breslausch, Natangian, Mundart des Kurzungsgebiets, and Oberlandisch. Westkaslausch ...

                                               

Olonetsky

Olonetsky, Olonetskaya, or Olonetskoye may refer to: Olonets Viceroyalty Olonetskoye namestnichestvo, a viceroyalty of the Russian Empire bordering Vologda Viceroyalty Olonets Oblast Olonetskaya oblast, a division of the Russian Empire, originall ...

                                               

Gumtow (disambiguation)

Gumtow, municipality and village in Prignitz district in Brandenburg, Germany Amt Gumtow, former collective municipality which the municipality of Gumtow was part of from 1992 to 2002; its borders were the same as the current municipality Chometo ...

                                               

1946 United Nations Secretary-General selection

The United Nations Secretary-General selection of 1946 took place at the opening session of the United Nations in London. The General Assembly first voted on the membership of the Security Council, which then selected the first Secretary-General ...

                                               

Chaman (disambiguation)

Chaman is a city in Pakistan. Chaman Persian: چمن ‎ may also refer to: Chaman, Ilam, Iran Chaman Bidu, Fars Province, Iran Chaman-e Buraki, Fars Province, Iran Chaman Rural District, in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran Chaman border crossing, on th ...

                                               

The Desperate Ones

The Desperate Ones or Beyond the Mountains is a 1967 American-Spanish dramatic adventure film directed by Alexander Ramati and starring Maximilian Schell, Irene Papas and Raf Vallone.

                                               

Algerian Republican Guard Band

The Algerian Republican Guard Band is a uniformed marching military band in the Algerian Peoples National Armed Forces.

                                               

Lezgins in Azerbaijan

Lezgins are the largest ethnic minority in Azerbaijan historically living in some northern regions of Azerbaijan. For most Lezgins, the mother tongue is Lezgian, and minorities have Azerbaijani and Russian as the mother language.

                                               

Testa Gemella Occidentale

Testa Gemella Occidentale, or Westlicher Zwillingskopf, is a 2.837-metre mountain peak on the border of Italy and Austria. Since 1997 it has been officially considered the northernmost point of Italy, although the nearby 2.912-metre Vetta dItalia ...

                                               

Ochsenkopf

Ochsenkopf, German for "oxs head", may refer to: Ochsenkopf Rittersgrun, a mountain of Saxony, southeastern Germany Ochsenkopf Kitzbuhel Alps, a mountain of the Alps Ochsenkopf Transmitter, a radio and TV transmitter for the Bayerischer Rundfunk ...

                                               

Breithorn (disambiguation)

The Breithorn is a mountain located in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy. It is also the name of several other mountains: Breithorn Blatten 3785 m, part of the Bernese Alps, between the Lotschental and the major valley ...

                                               

Pierarova

Pierarova, is a khutor in Pruzhany District of Brest Region in Belarus part of Shereshyovskiy Rural Settlement.

                                               

Yana Urqu

Yana Urqu or Yana Urku may refer to: Yana Urqu Linares, a mountain in the Jose Maria Linares Province, Potosi Department, Bolivia Yana Urqu Mizque, a mountain in the Mizque Province, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia Yana Urqu Sud Lipez, a mountain ...

                                               

Wiskachani

Wiskachani may refer to: Wiskachani Ingavi, a mountain in the Ingavi Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Wiskachani Marcapata-Ocongate, a mountain in the districts of Marcapata and Ocongate, Quispicanchi Province, Cusco Region, Peru Wiskachani C ...

                                               

Kunturiri

Kunturiri Loayza, in the Malla Municipality, Loayza Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Kunturiri Los Andes, in the Pukarani Municipality, Los Andes Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Kunturiri Sajama, in the Turku Municipality, Sajama Provinc ...

                                               

Kimsa Chata

Kimsa Chata or Kimsachata may refer to: Kimsachata Canchis, a mountain in Peru, Cusco Region, Canchis Province Kimsa Chata Los Andes, a mountain in Bolivia, La Paz Department, Los Andes Province Kimsa Chata Chile, a mountain in Chile Kimsa Chata ...

                                               

Pichaqani (disambiguation)

Pichaqani may refer to: Pichaqani Oruro, a mountain in the Challapata Province, Oruro Department, Bolivia Pichaqani Quillacollo-Tapacari, a mountain on the border of the Quillacollo Province and the Tapacari Province, Cochabamba Department, Boliv ...

                                               

Chawpi Urqu (disambiguation)

Chawpi Urqu may refer to: Chawpi Urqu, a mountain in the Apolobamba mountain range on the border of Bolivia and Peru Chawpi Urqu Huanca Sancos, a mountain in the Huanca Sancos Province, Ayacucho Region, Peru Chawpi Urqu Bolivia, a mountain in the ...

                                               

Jichu Qullu

Jichu Qullu, qullu mountain, stipa ichu mountain", also spelled Hichocollo, Icho Ccollo, Ichu Khollu, Ichu Kkollu, Ichocollo, Ichuccollu, Ichucollo, Jichu Kkollu, Jichuccollo) may refer to: Jichu Qullu Tacna, a mountain in the Tacna Region, Peru ...

                                               

Wila Qullu

Wila Qullu Moquegua-Puno, on the border of the Moquegua Region and the Puno Region, Peru Wila Qullu Inquisivi, in the Inquisivi Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Wila Qullu Challapata, southeast of Chunkara Lake in the Challapata Canton, Chall ...

                                               

Qillu Urqu

Qillu Urqu may refer to: Qillu Urqu Sud Lipez, a mountain in the Sud Lipez Province, Potosi Department, Bolivia Qillu Urqu Tomas Frias, a mountain in the Potosi mountain range in the Tomas Frias Province, Potosi Department, Bolivia Qillu Urqu Par ...

                                               

USCS

USCS may refer to: Universal Ship Cancellation Society, an international philatelic non-profit organization University of South Carolina Spartanburg, a public university in Spartanburg, South Carolina United States customary units, U.S. customary ...

                                               

Vier Gebroeders

Vier Gebroeders or Mamija is a Tiriyo village in the Coeroeni resort of the Sipaliwini District of Suriname. Vier Gebroeders is close to the Brazilian border. The village is not named after four brothers, but after the Vier Gebroeders Mountain wi ...

                                               

Rhodopis (disambiguation)

Rhodopis can refer to: Rhodopis hetaera, ancient Greek courtesan mentioned by Herodotus who may underlie the Rhodopis story Rhodopis, an ancient Egyptian folk tale and precursor to Cinderella Rhodopis may also be part of the following scientific ...

                                               

Cardamom (disambiguation)

Coorg Green Cardamom, a variety of cardamom Dwarf cardamom, Alpinia nutans, not a spice. Black cardamom or brown cardamom, a plant in the family Zingiberaceae having pods used as a spice Green cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum, a plant in the family ...

                                               

Lipu

Lipu may refer to: LIPU, the Lega italiana protezione uccelli En. "Italian League for Bird Protection" Lipu, Estonia, village in Maidla Parish, Ida-Viru County, Estonia Padua Airport, serving Padua, Veneto, Italy

                                               

Sarikol

Sarikol, Sariqol, or Sarykol may refer to: Sarykol District, is a district of Kostanay Province in northern Kazakhstan Tajiks of Xinjiang, who are also known as Sarikolis Sarykol, Kostanay Province, an urban-type settlement in Kostanay Province, ...

                                               

Mizdah massacre

Mizdah massacre refers to the murder of 30 migrants in Mizdah in Southwest Libya. 11 migrants were also injured in the massacre by human traffickers. 26 of the migrants were from Bangladesh and four from Africa.

                                               

Victor Karl Hermann Kohlschmidt

Victor Karl Hermann Kohlschmidt was a Russian major general, hero of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905, participant in the First World War and the Civil War.

                                               

Doka

Doka may refer to: Doka, a dialect of the Miship language, spoken in Nigeria. Doka, Sudan is a village in eastern Sudan, close to the Ethiopian border, near Gedaref and Kanina. Doka Group, an international supplier of prefabricated formwork. The ...

                                               

Pyhajarvi (disambiguation)

Pyhajarvi is a common name of lakes in Finland. It may refer to Pyhajarvi Tampere region, in the Pirkanmaa Region Pyhajarvi Satakunta, in Satakunta Pyhajarvi Karelia, in Karelia on the Finland–Russia border Pyhajarvi Saarijarvi, in the Central Fi ...

                                               

Arkhoti

Arkhoti Valley, Arkhoti, Arkhvati is a valley in Georgia, in the Dusheti municipality of the Mtskheta-Mtianeti region, inside the historical region of Khevsureti. It is one of the most isolated regions of Georgia, road construction was finished o ...

                                               

San Pedro River

San Pedro River may refer to: San Pedro River Chile San Pedro River Guatemala San Pedro River Bolivia San Pedro River, Cadiz San Pedro River Panama San Pedro River Chihuahua San Pedro de Inacaliri River, Chile, often called simply "San Pedro Rive ...

                                               

Lipica

Lipica border crossing, a border crossing near Lipica between Slovenia and Italy Lipica, Sentjur, a hamlet of Podgrad in the Municipality of Sentjur Lipica hill, a hill 979 m in Golac in the Municipality of Hrpelje–Kozina Lipica, Sezana, a settle ...

                                               

Type 90

Type 90 Ship-to-Ship Missile, Japanese missile, entered service in 1990 Type 90 Helmet, Japanese helmet, used by the Imperial Japanese Army Type 90 Kyū-maru, current main battle tank of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, entered service in 1990 ...

                                               

Sumnima

Sumnima is a psychological love story between a Brahmin boy named Somdutta and a Kirati girl, the title of this novel, Sumnima. Somdutta is devoted to Brahmin rituals worshipping the Hindu gods. He practises celibacy and sex for him is a mode of ...

                                               

Ulaagchinii Khar Nuur National Park

Ulaagchinii Khar Nuur National Park is centered on two large freshwater lakes, Bayan Lake to the west, and Ulaagchin Khar Lake 50 km to the east, in west-central Mongolia. The particular Khar Lake of this park is in Zavkhan Province, located in a ...

                                               

Battle of Tistedalen

The Battle of Tistedalen was a series of skirmishes in the Swedish–Norwegian War of 1814, at Tistedalen, Norway. At July 30, a Swedish army under Hans Henric von Essen crossed the southern Norwegian border. A small Norwegian force of a couple hun ...

                                               

Salmon River

There are as many as 17 Salmon Rivers in the United States, the largest of which is: Salmon River Idaho, known as the River of No Return Others include: Salmon River Alaska any of several rivers in Alaska Salmon River Clackamas County, Oregon Sal ...

                                               

Sainte-Marie Island (Richelieu River)

L ile Sainte-Marie is a river island of the Richelieu River. It is located in the territory of the municipality of Carignan, in the La Vallee-du-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region from Monteregie, in the south of ...

                                               

Maitre Cornelius

Maitre Cornelius is a short story by Honore de Balzac. It was published in 1831 and is one of the Etudes philosophiques of La Comedie humaine.

                                               

Teltow (disambiguation)

Teltow is a town in Brandenburg, Germany. Teltow may also refer to: Landkreis Teltow-Flaming, a county in Brandenburg, Germany Teltow Canal, canal in Berlin and Brandenburg, Germany Teltow ship, a tug the Teltow river, in Berlin und Brandenburg l ...

                                               

Windsor station

Windsor station Nova Scotia Windsor station Michigan Central Railroad, also in Windsor, Ontario Windsor station Ontario Windsor Station Montreal

                                               

Hydrography of Milan

The hydrography of Milan and the area of the neighboring municipalities is particularly complex, both for natural causes, given the conspicuous presence of rivers, streams and fountains that form a real water tangle, and for issues related to the ...