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New Compton Street

New Compton Street is a street in the London Borough of Camden that runs from Stacey Street in the south to St Giles High Street in the north. It is crossed only by St Giles Passage. At its southern end, on the western side, is the Phoenix Garden ...

                                               

North Brixton

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Northwick Park

Northwick Park is a large green public park between Harrow and Kenton in northwest London, forming part of the London Borough of Brent. Most of the park consists of playing fields. It is also the name of the electoral ward of Brent that covers th ...

                                               

Pavilion Road

Pavilion Road is a street in Chelsea in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. It runs parallel to Sloane Street and is accessed from Sloane Square in the southern end and Basil Street in the northern end. Following a consultation w ...

                                               

Pearce & Plenty

Pearce & Plenty was a chain of working class restaurants in London, formed in the late 19th century. Its motto was "Quality, Economy, Despatch". The company was started by John Pearce as a coffee stall on the corner of East Road and City Road, wh ...

                                               

Putney School of Art and Design

Putney School of Art and Design is an art college in Putney, a suburb of southwest London, England. It was founded by Sir William Lancaster, Baron Pollock and Sir Arthur Jeff in 1883. PSAD offers a programme of fine arts courses in five specialis ...

                                               

Rathbone Place

Rathbone Place is a street in central London that runs roughly north-west from Oxford Street to Percy Street. it is joined on its eastern side by Percy Mews, Gresse Street, and Evelyn Yard. The street is mainly occupied by retail and office premises.

                                               

Rathbone Street

Rathbone Street is a street in London that runs between Charlotte Street in the north and the junction of Rathbone Place and Percy Street in the south. The street is partly in the London Borough of Camden and partly in the City of Westminster. In ...

                                               

Rosebery Avenue

Rosebery Avenue is a major thoroughfare in the boroughs of Camden and Islington, Central London. It starts southwest from the intersection with Theobalds Road, Holborn, and ends northeast at St John Street, Clerkenwell. Its located with Finsbury ...

                                               

St Annes Churchyard

St Annes Churchyard, also known as St Anne’s Gardens, is a public park on Wardour Street in Soho, London. Formerly the churchyard of St Annes, Soho, it was closed to burials in 1853. It was laid out as a garden by the Metropolitan Public Gardens ...

                                               

Stacey Street, London

Stacey Street is a street in the London Borough of Camden that runs from Shaftesbury Avenue in the south to Flitcroft Street in the north. It is joined on its east side by New Compton Street and on its west side by Phoenix Street which gave its n ...

                                               

Store Street, London

Store Street runs between Gower Street and Tottenham Court Road. It is joined by Ridgmount Street on its north side. Store Street runs parallel with Chenies Street and Alfred Place joins the two. South Crescent is on the south side of Store Stree ...

                                               

Theobalds Road

Theobalds Road is a road in the Holborn district of London. It is named after Theobalds Palace because King James I used this route when going between there and London, travelling with his court and baggage of some 200 carts. For this reason, it ...

                                               

Torrington Place

Torrington Place is a street in London that runs between Tottenham Court Road in the West and Byng Place in the East. It is crossed by Huntley Street and Gower Street. Chenies Mews joins it on the north side and is continued by Ridgmount Gardens ...

                                               

Tower Street, Covent Garden

Tower Street is a street in Covent Garden, in the London Borough of Camden. It runs from Earlham Street in the north to Monmouth Street in the south and is crossed only by the pedestrianised Tower Court.

                                               

Upper Grosvenor Street

Upper Grosvenor Street is a historic street in Mayfair, London, United Kingdom. It runs from the Grosvenor House Hotel off Park Lane to the Embassy of the United States off Grosvenor Square. The Embassy of Monaco is located at number 7. Odey Asse ...

                                               

Wandsworth High Street

Wandsworth High Street is the main shopping street in Wandsworth, London, England. It forms part of the London inner ring road, the South Circular Road; it is also part of the westbound A3. The street runs west to east, with West Hill and East Hi ...

                                               

Zetter Hotel

The Zetter Hotel is a hotel in London, located at 86-88 Clerkenwell Road in Clerkenwell, London. The hotel is owned by The Zetter Group, itself owned by investors Mark Sainsbury son of John Sainsbury, Baron Sainsbury of Preston Candover, Michael ...

                                               

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Castles in the Harz

                                               

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Alte Roder Nature Reserve

The Alte Roder Nature Reserve lies on the left bank of the Black Elster river between the village of Prieschka in the municipality of Bad Liebenwerda and the village of Wurdenhain which belongs to Roderland. It is located within the Lower Lusatia ...

                                               

Holzdorf Air Base

Holzdorf Air Base is a military airfield operated by the German Air Force. It is located 1.8 nautical miles east of Holzdorf, a subdivision of the municipality of Jessen in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. It is also known as Schonewalde/Holzdo ...

                                               

Kremitz (river)

The Kremitz is a river in the German states of Brandenburg and Saxony-Anhalt. It is a right-hand tributary of the Black Elster, joining it near Monchenhofe in the county of Wittenberg. The part of the river which is located on the soil of Saxony- ...

                                               

Kutschenberg

The Kutschenberg is the highest hill in Brandenburg, Germany. It is part of the low hill range of the Kmehlener Berge and rises near GroSkmehlen in the county of Oberspreewald-Lausitz. It is 201 m above sea level and located only a few metres fro ...

                                               

Tarnitz

The Tarnitz is a tributary of the Locknitz in southwest Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and north Brandenburg in Germany. The roughly 14 kilometre long river has its source in a small, wooded area on the municipal boundary between Muchow and Stolpe at a h ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Prignitz

                                               

Localities in Prignitz

                                               

Palatine-Saarland Muschelkalk Region

The Palatine-Saarland Muschelkalk Region - or more accurately the Palatine-Saarland-Lorraine Muschelkalk Region - is a natural region of the third order in southwestern Rhineland-Palatinate and southern Saarland in Germany, and, on the French sid ...

                                               

Parkstein (hill)

The Parkstein, also called the Hoher Parkstein and Basaltkegel Hoher Parkstein is a well-known local hill and tourist destination in the Steinwald Mountains of central Germany. It lies 10 kilometres northwest of Weiden in der Oberpfalz in the dis ...

                                               

Spessart Nature Park

The Spessart Nature Park covers an area of 2.440 km² within the German hill range known as the Spessart. The geological foundation of the nature park is formed by a Bunter sandstone plate, up to about 400 metres thick, which tilts towards the sou ...

                                               

Hills of the Spessart

                                               

Rivers of the Spessart

                                               

Kinzig (Main)

The Kinzig is a river, 87 kilometres long, in southern Hesse, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Main. Its source is in the Spessart hills at Sterbfritz, near Schluchtern. The Kinzig flows into the Main in Hanau. The Main-Kinzig-Kreis was na ...

                                               

Rivers of the Vogelsberg

                                               

Ponniyin Selvan (web series)

Ponniyin Selvan is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language historical drama web series. It is based on the five-part novel titled Ponniyin Selvan penned by Kalki Krishnamurthy. It is co-produced by MX player and May 6 Entertainment with creative direct ...

                                               

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Mengalum Island

Mengalum Island is an island located on the West Coast Division of Sabah in the South China Sea on Malaysia. The island is among popular destination for Chinese tourists to Sabah.

                                               

Bilal Gunj

Bilal Ganj or Bilal Gunj is a famous market in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Bilal Ganj market is situated close to the shrine of the Sufi saint ’Data Ganj Baksh’’.

                                               

Aladdin City, Dubai

                                               

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