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Davis Lake (disambiguation)

Davis Lake is a lake in Deschutes and Klamath counties, Oregon, U.S. Davis Lake may also refer to: Davis Lake in Stone County, Arkansas Davis Lake British Columbia, a lake in the Boundary Country near Greenwood Davis Lake Provincial Park, a park ...

Snowman Trek

The Snowman Trek is the longest hiking trail of Bhutan that extends from Laya to the high Bhutanese Himalayas, created by the yak herders of the country. It is one of the hardest trekking trails due to hard weather, duration, and altitude in the ...

West Sea

West Sea or Western Sea may refer to: Mediterranean Sea Yellow Sea Qinghai Lake, the English translation of an alternative Chinese name for the lake and one of the Four Seas Baltic Sea, the English translation of the Estonian name for the sea Yel ...

Egg Island

Egg Island may refer to the following places: In Australia Egg Islands, Huon River, Tasmania Egg Island, Horseshoe Reef, Tasmania In The Bahamas: Egg Island Bahamas In Canada: Egg Island Manitoba, an island on the northeastern coast of the provin ...

Belait

Belait can refer to either: Belait District of Brunei Darussalam Kuala Belait, the administrative town of the Belait District Belait language, part of the Malayo-Polynesian group of languages. Belait River which flows through the Belait District ...

Wilga

Wilga, Burkina Faso, a town in Burkina Faso Wilga, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Wilga or Il-Wilga is a zone in Għarb, Gozo, Malta Wilga, Western Australia a town in Western Australia

French River

French River Minnesota French River Massachusetts, United States A river in the eastern part of Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada Any river within the country of France; see List of rivers of France French River Ontario, Canada

Durfee

Durfee may refer to Places in the United States Durfee House, a historic building in Geneva, New York Bradford Durfee College of Technology in Fall River, Massachusetts Durfee Hall, a residential dormitory of Yale University Henry E. Durfee Farmh ...

Savane River

Savanes River, a tributary of the Escoumins River in Cote-Nord, Quebec, a tributary of chenal des Grands Voiliers, in Saint-François-de-lIle-dOrleans, LIle-dOrleans Regional County Municipality, Capitale-Nationale, Quebec, Canada Little Savane Ri ...

Pine River (British Columbia)

The Pine River is a 287 km river in the north-central Interior of British Columbia, Canada, rising in the Pine Pass in the Misinchinka Ranges on the north side of Azu Mountain and flowing rising northeast to join the Peace River.

Arce

Ciudad Arce, El Salvador Arce, Spain, a municipality of autonomous community of Navarre, Spain Arce, Lazio, a municipality in the province of Frosinone, in the region of Lazio, Italy Rocca dArce, Italy

HMS Torch (1845)

HMS Torch was an iron steamer of 350 tons which was the tender vessel for HMS Herald. In the 1850s she conducted surveying work in Australia and the Pacific.

Coppermine

Coppermine may refer, apart from the primary meaning of copper extraction, to: Coppermine is the former name of Kugluktuk, Nunavut Coppermine River, in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, from which the community of Coppermine got its name Cop ...

Khong

Khong may refer to: Khong District, Laos, a district of Champasak Province Khong Island, in Laos Khong, Iran disambiguation, places in Iran Khong District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

Sango people

The Sango people are an ethnic group living on the banks of the Ubangi River in the Central African Republic. They speak a Northern Ngbandi-based creole language called Sango, which belongs to the Ubangian branch of the Niger-Congo family.

Rasulpur (disambiguation)

Rasulpur, Zira, a village in the Firozpur district, Punjab Rasoolpur Abad, a village in Bijnor district, Uttar Pradesh Rasulpur Gogumau, a town in Kanpur Dehat district, Uttar Pradesh Rasulpur River, a river of West Bengal Rasulpur, Phillaur, a v ...

1976 Zaire Ebola virus outbreak

In August 1976, an outbreak of Ebola virus disease occurred in Zaire. The first recorded case was from Yambuku, a small village in Mongala District, 1.098 kilometres northeast of the capital city of Kinshasa. The virus responsible for the initial ...

Aripo

Aripo is the name of several places in Trinidad. The Aripo Valley, a valley in the Northern Range immediately to the west of the Arima Valley The Heights of Aripo and the Aripo Massif are part of the Northern Range and include El Cerro del Aripo, ...

Coenagrion ornatum

Coenagrion ornatum, or, the ornate bluet, is a species of damselfly from the family Coenagrionidae distributed across a large part of Europe and Western Asia.

French frigate Sibylle (1777)

Sibylle took part in the Battle of Ushant on 27 July 1778, under Kerhouan-Mahe. She was part on the division under Lamotte-Piquet that captured 18 British merchantmen in the Action of 2 May 1781. In 1783, Sibylle was under Captain Kergariou Locma ...

Exclusive economic zone of Germany

The Federal Republic of Germany declared the entry into force of the convention with effect from 1 January 1995 the establishment of a German Exclusive Economic Zone in the North and Baltic Seas. The relevant German legal provisions that are appl ...

Viscount Melbourne (1835 ship)

Viscount Melbourne was launched in Shields in 1835. She was the largest merchant vessel built in Shields to that time. Some London merchants experienced in the trade with India had her built expressly for the trade with China. Viscount Melbourne ...

Nakayamagoe Pass

The Nakayamagoe Pass is a mountain pass in Ōu Mountains on the Dewa Sendai Kaidō, a branch of the Ōshū Kaidō highway, which connected Sendai in what is now Miyagi Prefecture with Sakata in what is now Yamagata Prefecture on the Sea of Japan. It w ...

Bely

Bely, Belaya, or Beloye may refer to: Belaya River, several rivers in Russia Belaya air base, an air base in Irkutsk Oblast, Russia Bely volcano, a volcano in Russia Bely surname or Belaya, Russian last name Lake Beloye Vologda Oblast, a lake in ...

XTAR-EUR

The XTAR-EUR is a communication satellite developed by Spain and the USA and in order to provide a secure channel over the Indian Ocean. It is operated by XTAR Its launch short after the XTAR-LANT is part of an effort to strengthen Spains communi ...

Fairfield (1825 ship)

Fairfield first entered Lloyds Register LR in 1825. Comet sailed from Sydney on 12 April 1829, bound for Batavia. she reached the Torres Straits on 5 May, and the next day wrecked on a reef. The crew survived on her quarter deck for three days be ...

Botho von Hulsen

Born in Berlin, Hulsen received his education from 1825 in the Cadet Corps in Potsdam. From there he was transferred to the 1st Emperor Alexander Guards Grenadiers of the Prussian Army on 5 August 1833 as fahnrich holder and advanced to second li ...

Batak Mian

Batak Mian, was a cook, who saved life of Mahatma Gandhi from killing attempt by food poisoning in 1917. He was an employee of an indigo plant at Motihari, Bihar, then ousted from job, tortured and compelled to leave the village.

COVID-19 pandemic in Johor

The COVID-19 pandemic in Johor, Malaysia started on 25 January 2020 when three Chinese tourists from Wuhan, the source of the outbreak, was tested positive in Iskandar Puteri. As of 12 July, Johor confirmed 699 cases and 20 deaths.

2020 Kaohsiung mayoral by-election

The by-election followed a successful recall attempt against Kaohsiung mayor Han Kuo-yu on 6 June 2020. By law, the Central Election Commission CEC was mandated to announce the results of the recall vote within seven days of the vote itself. The ...

Saint Louis River

Saint-Louis River Yamaska River tributary, a tributary of the Yamaska River in Quebec Saint-Louis River Du Loup River tributary see List of rivers of Quebec#North shore of St Lawrence river – between Repentigny and Trois-Rivieres Riviere de Grand ...

Lac au Lard

The lac au Lard is the main body of water on the slope of the ruisseau du Lac au Lard, located in Haute-Batiscanie, in the town of La Tuque, in the administrative region of Mauricie, in Quebec, in Canada. Forestry is the main economic activity in ...

Zeppelin LZ 74

On its final mission LZ 74 was commanded by Kapitan-Leutnant Werner Petersen. The Airship set out with LZ 72, LZ 76 and LZ 78 part of Zeppelin raid on the night of 23 September 1916. Second Lieutenant Frederick Sowrey, of 39 Home Defence Squadron ...

Rokitno

Rokitno may refer to the following places: Rokitno, Lubartow County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Rokitno, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Rokitno, Strzelce-Drezdenko County in Lubusz Voivodeship west Poland Rokitno, Biala Podlaska C ...

March of Defenders

The March of the Defenders also known as the Alternative Parade is a public march and demonstration held on the occasion of the Independence Day of Ukraine. It took place on 24 August 2019 in Kyiv, timed to the 28th Independence Day. The organize ...

Kerguelen Arch

The Kerguelen Arch is a former natural arch of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands. The arch collapsed between 1908 and 1913. It is located on the littoral zone on the cape between Baie de lOiseau and Baie de la Dauphine, North of the Loranch ...

Manekia

Manekia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Piperaceae. It is distributed across disjunct areas in the southern Atlantics Forests of Brazil, the Guiana shield in Venezuela, the Andean regions of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, the Caribbean ...

Butterberg

Butterberg is the name of several mountains and hills: in Germany Butterberg Bad Harzburg 308 m, in the Harz, near Bad Harzburg, Goslar district, Lower Saxony Butterberg Bischofswerda 385 m, near Bischofswerda, Bautzen district, Saxony Butterberg ...

Heinrichsberg (disambiguation)

Heinrichsberg is the name of the following: Places: Heinrichsberg Markt Massing, a village in Markt Massing Heinrichsberg Kilb, a catastral municipality in Lower Austria Heinrichsberg Pittenhart, a village in the municipality of Pittenhart Heinri ...

Hulsenberg

Hulsenberg may refer to: Mountains, hills or woodlands in Germany: A woodland in the district of Diepholz in the state of Lower Saxony Hulsenberg 155 m, in the Harburg Hills in the state of Lower Saxony Hulsenberg 573 m, north of Obermarpe in the ...

Signalberg

Signalberg Damme, a hill in the Damme Hills of Lower Saxony Bastorfer Signalberg, a hill in the Kuhlung hills of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Signalberg, a hill in the Upper Palatine Forest of Bavaria

Hohe Egge

Hohe Egge is the name of the following hills in Germany: Hohe Egge Suntel ca. 440 m, on the Suntel ridge, near Bad Munder am Deister, county of Hameln-Pyrmont, Lower Saxony Hohe Egge Selter 395.0 m, in the Selter, near Ammensen, county of Holzmin ...

Mullaghmore

Mullaghmore may refer to the following places in Ireland: General Mullaghmore, Tullyhunco Mullaghmore, County Londonderry, a 550 m hill in the Sperrin Mountains near Draperstown Mullaghmore, Templeport Mullaghmore, County Sligo, village Mullaghmo ...

KMZT

KMZT may refer to: KSFN, a radio station 1510 AM licensed to serve Piedmont, California, which held the call sign KMZT from 2000 to 2001 and 2003 to 2005 KKGO, a radio station 105.1 FM licensed to serve Los Angeles, California, which held the cal ...

Porus (disambiguation)

Porus may refer to: Porus mythology, either of two related mythological figures in Greek classical literature or a third in Roman mythology Porus Attica, a deme of ancient Attica Typhlodromus porus, a mite on the list of Phytoseiidae species Stra ...

Copper Canyon (disambiguation)

Copper Canyon is a canyon system in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico Copper Canyon may also refer to: Copper Canyon, a small canyon on the lower Chemainus River on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada The Copper Canyon Railway through the Cop ...

Luta

Luta may refer to: Luta river or Lutyanka, a river in Ukraine, a tributary of Uzh River The former name of a Chinese city formed by the agglomeration of Lushun and Dalian Dairen; the city is now called Dalian Dairen Luta, a village in Beclean Com ...

Caher

Anglicised forms of many Irish place-names, such as In County Clare, Scarriff SRD, several townlands named Caher in Ogonnelloe civil parish in Tulla Lower barony and in Feakle civil parish in Tulla Upper barony. Caher Island an uninhabited island ...

Ash Lake

Ash Lake Hubley, a lake in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia Ash Lake Upper Tantallon, a lake in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia Ash Lake Lincoln County, Minnesota Ash Lake New Chester, a lake of Guysborough District, ...

Wood River

Wood River Illinois, a tributary of the Mississippi Wood River or Woods River for Abraham Wood, a colonial financier; now the New River Kanawha River in West Virginia Wood River Valley, Idaho Big Wood River, Idaho Wood River Nebraska Wood River N ...