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Guillan

Guillan may refer to: Guillan, Burkina Faso, a village in Cassou Department, Ziro Province, Centre-Ouest, Burkina Faso Guillan River, a river in Cuenca Canton, Azuay Province, Ecuador

Agioi Theodoroi (disambiguation)

Agioi Theodoroi may refer to the following places: Agioi Theodoroi, a town in Corinthia, Greece Agioi Theodoroi, Elis, a settlement in Elis, Greece Agioi Theodoroi, Methana, a settlement in the Methana peninsula, Greece Agioi Theodoroi Islands, t ...

At the Mountains of Madness (disambiguation)

"At the Mountains of Madness" album, a 1971 album by the Australian rock group Blackfeather At the Mountains of Madness EP, a 1997 EP by Orphanage Electric Masada: At the Mountains of Madness, a 2005 album by Electric Masada "At the Mountains of ...

Windmill Hill

Windmill Hill, Avebury, is a Neolithic causewayed enclosure in Wiltshire, England, that gave the name to the Windmill Hill culture. Other locations named Windmill Hill include:

Montpelier station

Montpelier station or Montpellier station may refer to: Montpelier Junction, where the Lewes line diverges from the Main Line outside Brighton railway station Montpelier railway station, Jamaica, a former railway station on the List of National H ...

Sutton station

Sutton-on-Sea railway station, Lincolnshire Sutton Park railway station, Birmingham Sutton Common railway station, London Sutton Coldfield railway station, West Midlands Sutton railway station London, sometimes known as Sutton Surrey Sutton Town ...

Ritz Theatre

Ritz Theatre or Ritz Theater is the name of several facilities: In England Ritz Theatre Lincoln, England In Australia Ritz Cinema, Sydney, a heritage-listed theatre in Sydney, New South Wales In the United States Ritz Theatre and Hoskins Rexall D ...

Pentre Camp

Pentre Camp is an Iron Age hillfort, near the hamlet of Llangynyw and about 2.5 miles north-east of Llanfair Caereinion, in Powys, Wales. It is a scheduled monument.

Foel Drygarn

Foel Drygarn is an Iron Age hillfort, within which are three Bronze Age burial cairns. The site is about 1.5 miles west of the village of Crymych in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is a scheduled monument.

Caer Euni

Caer Euni is an Iron Age hillfort, about 2.5 miles north-east of the village of Llandderfel and about 5 miles north-east of Bala Lake, in Gwynedd, Wales. It is a scheduled monument.

Kantara

Kantara, Arabic for "bridge", may refer to: Kantara Castle, a medieval castle in Cyprus El Kantara District, Algeria Kantara Initiative, an IT consortium for interoperable digital identity systems El Kantara, a town in Algeria Qantara, Lebanon, a ...

CASI

CASI or Casi may refer to: Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors "Casi" song, a 2003 song by Soraya The Cognitive Abilities Screening Instrument Center for the Advanced Study of India, a center at the University of Pennsylvania Casi, also ...

FCO

FCO may mean: Buenos Aires Western Railway Spanish: Ferrocarril Oeste de Buenos Aires Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, near Rome, Italy Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the United Kingdoms Ministry of Foreign Affairs Financial control officer ...

MSHS

MSHS may refer to: Melville Senior High School, a public secondary school in Perth, Western Australia Muntinlupa Science High School, a science high school in Muntinlupa City, the Philippines Miami Senior High School, a public high school in Miam ...

Fort Chesterfield

Fort Chesterfield, an early 19th-century military fort near the town of Marigot, in the French quarter of Saint Martin Fort Chesterfield, a rebel fort on the north bank of the Appomattox River during the American Civil War Fort Chesterfield, a No ...

Seven Lakes

Seven Lakes may refer to any of the following: Locations Seven Rila Lakes area, Bulgaria Seven Lakes, North Carolina, district in United States Yedigoller National Park in Bolu province, Turkey Seven Lakes, Jackson County, Colorado in Mount Zirke ...

Castle Butte

Castle Butte, Arizona, unincorporated community Castle Butte Township, Perkins County, South Dakota, township Castle Butte Township, Pennington County, South Dakota, township

Castle Mountain (disambiguation)

Castle Mountain is a peak in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Castle Mountain may also refer to: Canada Castle Mountain British Columbia, a mountain in the Flathead Range, near Fernie Castle Mountain, Alberta or Castle Junction, a locality n ...

Castle Peak

Castle Peak may refer to: Tsing Shan Monastery 青山禪院, a monastery at the foot of Castle Peak, Hong Kong Castle Peak Road 青山道 and 青山公路, a road in Hong Kong running north from Kowloon Castle Peak Colorado, Elk Mountains Castle Peak Alaska ...

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Urumqi Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Changsha Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Hangzhou Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Nanjing Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Hong Kong Cathedral of t ...

Denis Farkasfalvy

Denis Farkasfalvy was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.

Castle Point (disambiguation)

Castle Point is a district of Essex, United Kingdom. Castle Point or Castlepoint may also refer to: Castle Point New Zealand, headland near Castlepoint in New Zealand Castle Point Lighthouse, lighthouse on this headland Castle Point UK Parliament ...

Newark station

In Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire Newark Castle railway station on the Nottingham to Lincoln line Newark North Gate railway station on the East Coast Main Line

Stokes House

Stokes House may refer to several locations in the United States: Arkansas Taylor-Stokes House, Marcella, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Stone County, Arkansas Stokes House Evening Shade, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Sharp County, Arkansas Fr ...

Moorestown

Moorestown may refer to: Technology: Moorestown computing platform by Intel United States geography: Moorestown, Indiana Moorestown, Michigan Moorestown-Lenola, New Jersey Moorestown, New Jersey United States education: Moorestown Friends School, ...

Dead Again (disambiguation)

"Dead Again", an episode in the 4th season of television series Kojak Dead Again, a 2014-2015 A&E television series with one of the producers being Dick Wolf "Dead Again", a 2007 episode in the 6th season of television series Crossing Jordan ...

Ruine

Ruine may refer to: La Grande Ruine 3.765 m, a mountain in the French Alps, in the Massif des Ecrins Of Ruine or Some Blazing Starre, an album by English band Current 93 Alter Der Ruine, a power noise group from Tucson, Arizona A number of castle ...

Qala

Qala may refer to: Afghanistan Qala i Naw District in Badghis Province Qala i Kah District in Farah Province Qala Khwahan in Badakhshan province Azerbaijan Ikinci Qala Qala, Azerbaijan Iran Qala, Iran Iraq Qala Erbil/Qelay Hewlêr Malta Qala, Malt ...

Eric Lutten

Eric Lutten was a French journalist, an important player in the development of French ethnology as well as the African press, a World War II hero and one of the earliest members of the French Explorators Society. He married four times and had thr ...

Teufelsberg (disambiguation)

Teufelsberg is German for "Devils Mountain" or "Devils Hill" and may refer to: Teufelsberg, a low hill in Berlin a section of the route on the endurosport event Rund um Zschopau in Scharfenstein places in Germany Teufelsberg Palatinate, a hill in ...

Shaw House

Shaw House or Shaw Farm may refer to: in Singapore Shaw House and Centre, Singapore in the United Kingdom Shaw House, Berkshire, England in the United States Shaw House Southern Pines, North Carolina Cal Shaw Adobe Duplex, Tonopah, Nevada Thomas ...

Whitehorse Hill

Whitehorse Hill is a 98.9-hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest west of Wantage in Oxfordshire. It is a Geological Conservation Review site and has several Scheduled Monuments, including the Uffington White Horse. ...

Lee-on-The Solent to Itchen Estuary

Lee-on-The Solent to Itchen Estuary is a 585.9-hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest which stretches along the ooast between Southampton and Gosport in Hampshire. It is a Geological Conservation Review site. It is ...

Port Meadow with Wolvercote Common and Green

Port Meadow with Wolvercote Common and Green is a 167.1-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Oxford in Oxfordshire. It is a Nature Conservation Review site, Grade I, and part of Oxford Meadows Special Area of Conservation. Th ...

Stockbridge Down

Stockbridge Down is a 69.8-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest east of Stockbridge in Hampshire. It is a Nature Conservation Review site, Grade 2. It is owned by the National Trust and part of it is a Scheduled Monument, with a ...

Martin and Tidpit Downs

Martin and Tidpit Downs is a 367.5-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north-west of Fordingbridge in Hampshire. Martin Down is a 341-hectare National Nature Reserve and an area of 115 hectares is a Nature Conservation Review s ...

Ebenezer Baptist Church

Ebenezer Baptist Church may refer to: Ebenezer Chapel, Heathfield England First Ebenezer Baptist Church, Birmingham, Alabama, NRHP-listed Ebenezer Baptist Chapel, Llandovery, Wales Ebenezer Baptist Churches, Bloomfield, Virginia, NRHP-listed in L ...

Welch House

Welch House may refer to: in the United Kingdom Welch House, Church Road, Onchan, Isle of Man, one of Isle of Mans Registered Buildings in the United States C.A. Welch House, Waukesha, Wisconsin, NRHP-listed Laura M Welch House, Sioux Falls, Sout ...

Buccleuch

Buccleuch may refer to: County of Buccleuch, an administrative division in South Australia Buccleuch, New Zealand, a locality in Canterbury Region, New Zealand Duke of Buccleuch, in the Peerage of Scotland Buccleuch, Gauteng, a suburb of Sandton, ...

Willard House

Willard House or Willard Homestead may refer to: in the United States by state Emma Willard House, Middlebury, Vermont, NRHP-listed Willard Building Longview, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Washington Frances Willard House Evanston, Illinois, ...

Fuller House

R. Buckminster Fuller and Anne Hewlett Dome Home, Carbondale, Illinois, listed on the NRHP in Jackson County Fuller-Bramley House, Independence, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Cuyahoga County W. Joseph Fuller House, Muscatine, Iowa, listed on the NR ...

Hancock

In the United States: Hancock, Iowa Hancock, Minnesota Hancock, New York, a town Hancock, Missouri Hancock, Michigan Hancock, New Hampshire Hancock, Maine Hancock, Maryland Hancock village, New York, in the town of Hancock Hancock, Massachusetts ...

Drobeta (disambiguation)

Drobeta is a genus of moths of the family Noctuidae, named after ancient Drobeta. Drobeta Romanian pronunciation: can also refer to: Drobeta ancient city, an ancient Roman settlement in Dacia, known today as Drobeta-Turnu Severin Drobeta castra C ...

Glendalough (disambiguation)

Glendalough is a former monastic settlement in County Wicklow, Ireland. Glendalough may also refer to: The current Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough The former Diocese of Glendalough Electoral district of Glendalough Glendalough railway station G ...

Tullycarnet

This built-up area, mostly residential, lies around 7 kilometres 4.3 mi to the east of Belfast City Hall. It borders Dundonald to the west, and the main thoroughfare is Kings Road.

Royal address

A royal address is a public speech by a monarch or member of a royal family. This may refer to: the Opening of the Canadian parliament A speech from the throne as is customary in many nations, including during the State Opening of Parliament in t ...

El Camino

Albums El Camino Vox Dei album, a 2005 album by Vox Dei El Camino The Black Keys album, a 2011 album by the band The Black Keys El Camino Adriana Evans album, a 2007 album by Adriana Evans Songs "El Camino", a song from Weens album GodWeenSatan: ...

All That She Wants: The Classic Collection

The album will be released under the label Edsel by the Demon Music Group on 26 June 2020 in the UK. The release coincides with the bands 30th anniversary. The set will be released as 11CD+DVD set and coloured 4LP vinyl compilation. The CD/DVD se ...

James Sibbald

James Sibbald was of an ancient family in the Mearns. His birth, about 1590, may be inferred from his being on ordination trials with the presbytery of Deer on 28 Oct. 1613. He was educated at Marischal College, Aberdeen, where he became a regent ...

Happy Holidays (disambiguation)

Happy holidays is a spoken or written greeting commonly used in North America during or before the Christmas and holiday season. Happy Holidays or Happy Holiday may also refer to: