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1980s establishments in Hawaii


1990s establishments in Hawaii


3rd-millennium establishments in Hawaii


Durnstein Castle

Durnstein Castle is the ruin of a medieval rock castle in Austria. It is located in Durnstein, in the Lower Austrian Wachau region on the Danube river, at 312 metres above sea level.


Reichersberg Abbey

Reichersberg Abbey is a monastery of the Innviertel Congregation of the Austrian Augustinian Canons. It lies on the Inn River in Reichersberg, Upper Austria.


Shilka (town)

Shilka is a town and the administrative center of Shilkinsky District in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia, located on the Shilka River, 248 kilometers east of Chita, the administrative center of the krai. Population: 13.947 ; 14.748 ; 18.057.



Ferryland was originally established as a station for migratory fishermen in the late 16th century but had earlier been used by the French, Spanish, and Portuguese. By the 1590s it was one of the most popular fishing harbours in Newfoundland and ...



Kannur is a city and a Municipal Corporation in Kannur district, state of Kerala, India. It is the administrative headquarters of the Kannur District and situated 518 kilometres north of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. During British rule i ...



Mylapore is a neighborhood in the central part of the city of Chennai, India. It is one of the oldest residential parts of the city. It is also called Thirumayilai. The locality is claimed to be the birthplace of the celebrated Tamil philosopher ...



Pulicat or Pazhaverkadu is a historic seashore town in Thiruvallur District, of Tamil Nadu state, India. It is about 60 kilometres north of Chennai and 3 kilometres from Elavur, on the southern periphery of the Pulicat Lake. Pulicat lake is a sha ...



Simbor is a small territory of 0.91 square kilometers located in the estuary of the Sahil River in the cove of Simbor, about 25 km east of Diu. Since its establishment in the early 18th century, this exclave was subordinate to the District of Diu ...


Kings of Magadha



Gurgum was a Neo-Hittite state in Anatolia, known from the 10th to the 7th century BC. Its name is given as Gurgum in Assyrian sources, while its native name seems to have been Kurkuma for the reason that the capital of Gurgum - Marqas in Assyria ...



Kummuh was an Iron Age Neo-Hittite kingdom located on the west bank of the Upper Euphrates within the eastern loop of the river between Melid and Carchemish. Assyrian sources refer to both the land and its capital city by the same name. The city ...



Luhuti, Lukhuti or Luash, was an Iron Age Syro-Hittite Aramean region during the early 1st millennium BC located in northern Syria, in an area that used to be called Nuhasse.



Palistin, was an early Syro-Hittite kingdom located in what is now northwestern Syria and the southeastern Turkish province of Hatay. Its existence was confirmed by the discovery of several inscriptions mentioning Taita, king of Palistin.



Karytaina or Karitaina is a village and a community in Arcadia, Greece. Karytaina is situated on a hill on the right bank of the river Alpheios, near its confluence with the Lousios. The village dates back to the Middle Ages, but its history is u ...


Aghlabid governors of Sicily


Stupas in Anuradhapura


Tell Aran

Tell Aran is a Kurdish-majority town in northern Syria, administratively part of the al-Safira District of the Aleppo Governorate, located southeast of Aleppo close to Sabkhat al-Jabbul. Nearby localities include Tell Hasil, al-Nayrab and Tell Sh ...


Aram Rehob

Aram Rehob was an early Aramean kingdom, of which the chief city was Rehob or Beth-Rehob, associated with Aram-Zobah as hostile to King David. Num. xiii.21 and Judges xviii.28 place a Beth-Rehob in the Lebanon region near Tel Dan. Moore conjectur ...


Recipients of the Bavarian Order of Merit


Recipients of the Merit Order of the Bavarian Crown


Byzantine inscriptions


Turov, Belarus

Turaw is a town in the Zhytkavichy District of Gomel Region of Belarus and the former capital of the medieval Principality of Turov and Pinsk.


Norman conquest of Sicily


Grand marshal of the palace

Grand marshal of the palace was the title employed to refer to the leader of the Military Household of the Emperor, during the First French Empire. The responsibilities of this position included: keeping accounts of the expenses, policing and ens ...


Grand Marshals of the Palace



Dentelin was a region of the Frankish Empire disputed between Austrasia and Neustria. Mentioned in the Chronicle of Fredegar, the Duchy of Dentelin included far north-western parts of modern France and south-western parts of Belgium. The cities o ...


Frankish colonisation

The Frankish colonisation refers to the colonisation of regions in present-day Germany by the Franks from the 5th to the 8th centuries. It marked the end of the Migration Period in this region, because it resulted in the establishment of largely ...



Harfleur is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northern France. It was the principal seaport in north-western France for six centuries, until Le Havre was built about five kilometres three miles downstream in the ...


Qibi Heli

Qibi Heli, formally Duke of Liangguo was a prominent Turkic general in early Tang dynasty and a companion of Taizong of Tang. Posthumously named Lie.


Metropolitans of Kiev and all Rus


Order of the White Falcon

Order of the White Falcon is a grand-ducal order of Grand Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, founded by Duke Ernest Augustus in 1732, and renewed in 1815 by Charles Augustus.


Recipients of the Order of the White Falcon


Donnersberg Railway

The Donnersberg Railway is a branch line from Alzey to Kirchheimbolanden, which originally ran as far as Marnheim. Although it was once part of the main line from Kaiserslautern to Mainz, the Pfrimm Viaduct was blown up in 1945 during the Second ...


Heimersheimer Bach


Rhenish-Hessian Hills

The Rhenish-Hessian Hills, also called the "Land of the Thousand Hills", refers to that part of Rhenish Hesse within the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It lies within the counties of Alzey-Worms and Mainz-Bingen, and covers the same area a ...



The Weidas, also called the Weidasserbach, is a roughly eleven-kilometre-long, orographically right-hand tributary of the Selz in the German region of Rhenish Hesse.


Wiesbach (Nahe)

The Wiesbach is a 44.4-kilometre-long river of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The Wiesbach rises in the North Palatine Uplands and flows into the Nahe near Grolsheim in the county of Mainz-Bingen. It is a 2nd order stream managed by the Wiesbachv ...


Rhenish-Hessian Hills


Aurangabad (Maharashtra Lok Sabha constituency)

Presently, Aurangabad Lok Sabha constituency comprises six Vidhan Sabha legislative assembly segments. These segments are: Aurangabad West Aurangabad East Vaijapur Aurangabad Central Gangapur Kannad


Cities and towns in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra


Dams in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra


Railway stations in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra


Tourist attractions in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra


Villages in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra


Beed (Lok Sabha constituency)

Beed Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 48 Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra state in western India. This constituency was formed in 1951, as one of the 25 constituencies of erstwhile Hyderabad State. This Constituency Consist 2056860 Vot ...


Cities and towns in Beed district


Dams in Beed district

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