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Laois county football team

The Laois county football team represents Laois in mens Gaelic football and is governed by Laois GAA, the County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team compete in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-Ireland Senio ...

Kilrane

Kilrane railway station, located on Station Road, closed to passengers in October 1970. The station house and offices were demolished the following year. Kilrane ceased being a loading point for sugar beet in March 1977. 651 wagons of beet were l ...

Donegal Intermediate Football Championship

The Donegal Intermediate Football Championship is an annual club football competition organised by Donegal GAA. Initially a straight knock-out competition, a round-robin group stage was introduced in 2013. The winning club qualify to represent th ...

Ciamarella-Mondrone Group

The Ciamarella-Mondrone Group is a mountainous massif located in Piedmont and, for a short distance, in Savoy. It belongs to the Arnas-Ciamarella chain in the Graian Alps.

Sainte-Anne

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, a municipality on the Island of Montreal Sainte-Anne-de-Sabrevois, Quebec, in Le Haut-Richelieu Sainte-Anne provincial electoral district, a former Quebec provincial electoral district Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, Quebe ...

Takashimaguchi Station

Takashimaguchi Station is a train station located in Matsuura, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Kami-Ainoura Station

Kami-Ainoura Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Kawahigashi Station (Saga)

Kawahigashi Station is a train station located in Imari, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Gifu (disambiguation)

Gifu is the capital city of Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Gifu 岐阜 may also refer to: Gifu Castle atop Mt. Kinka in the city of Gifu the Gifu meteorite of 1909, which fell in Mino, Gifu see also Meteorite fall#Other "The Gifu", a Japanese stronghold o ...

Tanema-ji

According to the temple records, during the reign of Emperor Yomei 585-587, a Buddhist carpenter from Baekje who had come to build Shitenno-ji, was caught in a storm when leaving Japan, and drifted ashore to a port near the present day temple. As ...

Zenjibu-ji

According to the temple records, under imperial decree from Emperor Shomu, the temple hall was created in order to pray for the safety of Gyoki during a sea voyage. Later, Kukai sensed the hall as a sacred place, and while performing a goma carve ...

Sekkei-ji

According to the temple records, Kukai founded the temple, and named it Shourinsan Koufukuji 少林山高福寺 lit. Small Grove Mountain, Great Luck Temple. The statues that flank the main Honzon on the left and right are thought to be created by the ...

Kamenice

Kamenice or Kamenice may refer to: In Albania: Kamenice, Korçe, a settlement in the Korçe Municipality, Korçe District, Korçe County Kamenice, Fier, a settlement in the Divjake Municipality, Lushnje District, Fier County In Bosnia and Herzegovina ...

List of Melbourne City FC international footballers

Melbourne City Football Club is an association football club based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Founded on 12 June 2009 as Melbourne Heart Football Club, it changed names in August 2015 after being bought out by City Football Group. From it ...

Mariampol

Mariampol may refer to: Polish name for Marijampole in Lithuania Mariampol, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Mariampol, Opoczno County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Mariampol, Grodzisk Mazowiecki County in Masovian Voivodeship ...

Zarzecze

Zarzecze may refer to the following places in Poland: In Silesian Voivodeship south Poland: Zarzecze, Cieszyn County Zarzecze, Katowice, a district of the city of Katowice Zarzecze, Zywiec County Zarzecze, Zawiercie County In Lesser Poland Voivod ...

Mahkota

Mahkota is the Malay word for "crown" and may refer to: Allah Selamatkan Sultan Mahkota, the state anthem of Kedah, Malaysia Bandar Mahkota Cheras, township in Cheras, Selangor, Malaysia Bandar Indera Mahkota, new township in Kuantan, Pahang, Mal ...

Cheras (disambiguation)

Cheras usually refers to the Chera dynasty, an Indian dynasty that ruled over parts of the present-day states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Cheras may also refer to: Cheras LRT station, an at-grade rapid transit station situated near and named after ...

Man on the Moon / Hunnie Pie

Man on the Moon "/" Hunnie Pie are two songs that compromise the double single released by American singer Zella Day. Both were written by Day and Dan Nigro, the latter of whom also produced the songs. Released under B3SCI Records, the single was ...

Malaiești

Malaiesti, a village in Rafov Commune, Prahova County Malaiesti, a village in Vutcani Commune, Vaslui County Malaiesti, a village in Salașu de Sus Commune, Hunedoara County

Roșcani

Roșcani may refer to several places: In Moldova: Roșcani, a village in Pereni Commune, Rezina district Roșcani, Strașeni, a commune in Strașeni district Roșcani, Anenii Noi, a commune in Anenii Noi district Roșcanii de Jos and Roșcanii de Sus, vi ...

Mereni

Mereni may refer to several places: Mereni, a village in Albina commune, Cimislia district, Moldova Mereni, a village in Contesti Commune, Dambovita County, Romania Mereni, a district in the town of Salcea, Suceava County, Romania Mereni, a commu ...

Geamana

Geamana may refer to several places in Romania: Geamana, a village in Stoilești Commune, Valcea County Geamana, a village in Lupșa Commune, Alba County Geamana, a village in Dragoești Commune, Valcea County Geamana, a village in Bradu Commune, Ar ...

Nicolaevca (disambiguation)

Nicolaevca may refer to several places in Moldova: Nicolaevca, a commune in Florești District Nicolaevca, a village in Hanasenii Noi Commune, Leova district Nicolaevca, a village in Cuhurestii de Sus Commune, Florești District Nicolaevca, a villa ...

Salcia

Salcia, a village in Botnarești Commune, Anenii Noi district Salcia, Taraclia, a commune in Taraclia district Salcia, Șoldanești, a commune in Soldanesti district

Florești

Florești District, in Moldova Florești, a village in Buciumeni Commune, Ungheni District Florești, Moldova, a city in Moldova Florești, a village in Cobusca Veche Commune, Anenii Noi District

Larga

Larga may refer to several places in Romania: Larga, a tributary of the Humor Siret basin Larga, a village in Suciu de Sus Commune, Maramureș County Larga, a village in Samarinești Commune, Gorj County Larga, a village in Gurghiu Commune, Mureș C ...

Mihaileni

Mihaileni may refer to several places in Romania: Mihaileni, a village in Șimonești Commune, Harghita County Mihaileni, Sibiu, a commune in Sibiu County Mihaileni, Botoșani, a commune in Botosani County Mihaileni, Harghita, a commune in Harghita ...

Bogdanești

Bogdanesti may refer to several places in Romania: Bogdanesti, a village in Tomsani Commune, Valcea County Bogdanesti, a village in Scorteni Commune, Bacau County Bogdanesti, a village in Santa Mare Commune, Botosani County Bogdanesti, a commune ...

Valeni

Valeni or Valenii may refer to several places in Romania: Valeni, a village in Baia de Criș Commune, Hunedoara County Valeni, a district in the city of Piatra Neamț, Neamț County Valeni, a village in Feliceni Commune, Harghita County Valeni, a vi ...

Ursoaia

Ursoaia may refer to several villages in Romania: Ursoaia, a village in Icoana Commune, Olt County Ursoaia, a village in Argetoaia Commune, Dolj County Ursoaia, a village in Reghiu Commune, Vrancea County Ursoaia, a village in Negri Commune, Baca ...

Frumoasa

Frumoasa may refer to several places in Romania: Frumoasa, a tributary of the Valea Locii in Iași County Dolia Frumoasa, a tributary of the Rudareasa in Valcea County Frumoasa, a tributary of the Tazlau in Bacau County Frumoasa, a tributary of th ...

Seliște

Selistea, a village in Isverna Commune, Mehedinti County Selistea, a village in Carand Commune, Arad County Seliste, a village in Petriș Commune, Arad County Selistea, a village in Mileanca Commune, Botosani County

Mandra (disambiguation)

Mandra or Mindra may refer to several places: In Romania: Mandra, a village in Loamneș commune, Sibiu County Mandra, a tributary of the Pascoaia in Valcea County Mandra, a commune in Brașov County Mandra, a village in Barla commune, Argeș County ...

Ștefanești

Stefanesti, Stefan Voda, a commune in Stefan Voda District, Moldova Stefanesti, Floresti, a commune in Floresti District, Moldova Stefanesti, a village in Tanatarii Noi Commune, Causeni District, Moldova

Siliștea

Siliștea may refer to several places in Romania: Siliștea, a village in Vitanești Commune, Teleorman County Siliștea, Teleorman, a commune in Teleorman County Siliștea Valea Porumbenilor, a tributary of the Valea Porumbenilor in Giurgiu County Si ...

Sarata (disambiguation)

Sarata Veche, a commune in Falești district, Moldova Sarata, a village in Porumbacu de Jos Commune, Sibiu County, Romania Sarata, a village in Bistrița city, Bistrița-Nasaud County, Romania Sarata, a village in Mihalașeni Commune, Botoșani County ...

Popești

Popești may refer to several places in Romania: Popești, a village in Girov, Neamț Popești, a village in Miclești, Vaslui Popești, Vrancea, a commune in Vrancea County Popești, a village in Cocu, Argeș Popești, a village in Sapata, Argeș Popești, ...

Plopi

Plopi may refer to: Plopi, Cantemir, a commune in Cantemir district, Moldova Plopi, Transnistria, a commune in Transnistria, Moldova Plopi, a village in Beuca Commune, Teleorman County, Romania Plopi, a village in Tamna Commune, Mehedinti County, ...

Hartop

Hartop or Hirtop may refer to several places in Romania: Hartop, a village in Bargauani Commune, Neamt County Hartop, a commune in Suceava County and in Moldova: Hirtop, a village in Baius Commune, Leova District Hirtop, a village in Ghindesti Co ...

Budești (disambiguation)

Budesti, a village in Faurei Commune, Neamt County Budesti, a village in Plopana Commune, Bacau County Budești, Valcea, a commune in Valcea County Budesti, a village in Crețești Commune, Vaslui County Budesti, a village in Mogoșești Commune, Iasi ...

Prisaca

Prisaca may refer to several villages in Romania: Prisaca Dornei, a village in Vama Commune, Suceava County Prisaca, a village in Vulpeni Commune, Olt County Prisaca, a village in Valea Sarii Commune, Vrancea County Prisaca, a village in Uileacu ...

Munteni (disambiguation)

Munteni may refer to several places in Romania: Muntenii de Jos, a commune in Vaslui County Munteni, a commune in Galați County Munteni, a village in Valeni Commune, Neamt County Munteni, a village in Bulz Commune, Bihor County Munteni, a village ...

Valea Satului

Valea Satului, a village in Vulpeni commune, Olt County, Romania Valea Satului, a village in Grajduri commune, Iași County, Romania Valea Satului, a village in Dolinnoe commune, Criuleni district, Moldova

Frasin (disambiguation)

Frasin, a tributary of the Tazlaul Sarat in Bacau County Frasin Jijia, a tributary of the Jijia in Iași County Frasin, a tributary of the Bistricioara in Neamț County Frasin, a village administered by Broșteni town, Suceava County Frasin, a villa ...

Viișoara

Viișoara, Bihor, a commune in Bihor County Viișoara, a village in Vidra Commune, Vrancea County Viișoara, a village in Dragotești Commune, Dolj County Viișoara, a village in Paunești Commune, Vrancea County Viișoara, a village in Francești Commun ...

Calinești

Calinești or Calineștii may refer to several places in Romania: Calinești, Argeș, a commune in Argeș County Calinești, Maramureș, a commune in Maramureș County Calinești and Calinești-Vasilache, villages in Darmanești Commune, Suceava County Cali ...

Pietrosu

Pietrosu may refer to several places in Romania: Pietrosu, a village in Tataruși Commune, Iași County Pietrosu, a village in Costești Commune, Buzau County Pietrosu, a village in Oniceni Commune, Neamț County and to a village in Moldova: Pietrosu ...

Magura

Magura may refer to the following places: Magura, a village in Jitia Commune, Vrancea County, Romania Magura, a village in Cerchezu Commune, Constanța County, Romania Magura, a village in Martinești Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania Magura, Baca ...

Livezi

Livezi may refer to several places in Romania: Livezi, a village in Podari Commune, Dolj County Livezi, a former commune in Vrancea County, merged into Vizantea-Livezi Commune in 1968 Livezi, a village in Mihaileni Commune, Harghita County Livezi ...