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Təzəkənd

Təzəkənd or Taza-Kend may refer to: Təzəkənd, Beylagan, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd 39° 21 N 48° 35 E, Bilasuvar, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd, Agdam, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd 39° 32 N 48° 24 E, Bilasuvar, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd, Bilasuvar disambiguation Təzəkənd, Aghjab ...

                                               

The Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership

The Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership is one of 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships set up by Government to drive economic development in England. Established in May 2011, the LEP covers the geographical ...

                                               

Hayling Billy

Hayling Billy is a 42-hectare Local Nature Reserve on Hayling Island in Hampshire. It is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed by Hampshire Countryside Service. It is part of Chichester and Langstone Harbours Ramsar site and Special Prote ...

                                               

Graylands Copse

Graylands Copse is a largely inaccessible woodland in Graylands, near Horsham, England. The woodland has a convex outline, being primarily inaccessible at all edges except for an unmaintained opening on the south-western edge, in which a footbrid ...

                                               

Chews Ridge Lookout

The Chews Ridge Lookout is located at the northern end of the Santa Lucia Range of the Los Padres National Forest, about 50 miles southeast of Monterey and approximately 30 miles west of Highway 101. The current tower was built in 1929 and staffe ...

                                               

Great Southern

Great Southern may refer to: Great Southern wine region, in Western Australia Great Southern Television, based in Auckland and Sydney Great Southern automobile, a car in production from 1910 to 1914 Great Southern train, a luxury train service in ...

                                               

Koizumi Station

Koizumi Station is the name of several train stations in Japan: Rikuzen-Koizumi Station 陸前小泉駅 - Motoyoshi, Motoyoshi District, Miyagi Prefecture Yamato-Koizumi Station 大和小泉駅 - Yamatokoriyama, Nara Prefecture Koizumi Station Ehime 古泉駅 ...

                                               

Western Line

Western line may refer to: Western Line, Auckland, a railway line in Auckland, New Zealand Western Line, Taiwan, a railway line through Taiwan Linha do Oeste English: Western Line, a railway line connecting Lisbon to Figueira da Foz, in Portugal ...

                                               

Norra Halsinglands Jarnvag

Norra Halsinglands Jarnvag was a narrow-gauge) railway between Hudiksvall and Bergsjo in northern Gavleborg County, Sweden, in operation from 1896 to 1962. It was often called Bergsjokoa.

                                               

Gray Line

Gray Line or Grey Line may refer to: Gray Coach, a former Canadian inter-city bus line based in Toronto Gray Line London Terminator solar or grey line, delimiting the illuminated and dark sides of a planetary body Gray Line Shanghai BMT Canarsie ...

                                               

Embargo (rail)

In the United States, an embargo is a halt to all traffic on a damaged section of a rail line not safely passable at any speed. Also, "to resist or prohibit the acceptance and handling of freight"

                                               

2020s in Australia political history

The Morrison Government announced an economic stimulus package to combat the effects of coronavirus on the economy. On 12 March 2020 the Government announced a A$17.6 billion stimulus package, the first since the 2008 GFC. The package consists of ...

                                               

Westwood Historic District

Westwood Historic District may refer to: in the United States by state Westwood Uniontown, Alabama, listed on the NRHP in Alabama Westwood Historic District Muncie, Indiana, listed on the NRHP in Indiana Westwood Town Center Historic District, Ci ...

                                               

Bray House

Bray House may refer to: Taylor-Bray Farm, Yarmouth, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts Bray-Barron House, Eufaula, AL, listed on the NRHP in Alabama Bray House Kittery Point, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Maine Bray-Hoffman House, Annandale, ...

                                               

Duncan House

Duncan House or Duncan Farm may refer to: In Australia Duncan House Castlecrag, a heritage-listed house in Sydney suburb of Castlerag In the United States by state then city Father William Duncan House, Metlakatla, AK, listed on the NRHP in Alask ...

                                               

Sullivan House

Sullivan House may refer to: Sullivan House Laurens, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in South Carolina James R. and Mary E. Sullivan House, Park City, UT, listed on the NRHP in Utah Roger Sullivan House, Manchester, NH, listed on the NRHP in N ...

                                               

Thompson Farm

Thompson Farm, Thompson Farmstead, or Thompson Barn may refer to: in the United States by state Thompson Farm Georgetown, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Ohio Alfred and Martha Jane Thompson House and Williams Barn, New Hope, NC, listed on the NRHP i ...

                                               

Daniels House

Daniels House may refer to: Daniels Farm House, Rio Grande Village, TX, listed on the NRHP in Texas Charles Daniels House, Chester, CT, listed on the NRHP in Connecticut E. J. and Alice Daniels House, Sioux Falls, SD, listed on the NRHP in South ...

                                               

Dudley House

Dudley House may refer to: Dudley House, London, a Grade II* listed house in Mayfair, London Dudleys Corner School House, Skowhegan, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Maine Dudley, Guildfor, Sr., and Anne Dallas, House, Forest Hills, Tennessee, listed ...

                                               

Reid House

Reid House may refer to: in the United States Hinkle-Reid House, Mill City, Oregon, listed on the NRHP in Marion County, Oregon Reid House Little Rock, Arkansas, NRHP-listed Reid House Iuka, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Gov. Dav ...

                                               

Nelson Farm

Nelson Farm or Nelson Barn may refer to: Nelson-Pettis Farmsteads Historic District, St. Joseph, MO, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Albert Nelson Farmstead, Ellensburg, WA, listed on the NRHP in Washington Nelson Farm, Merrick County, Nebraska Ol ...

                                               

Anderson Barn

Anderson Barn, Anderson Farm or Anderson Farmstead may refer to: in the United States by state Anderson-Clark Farmstead, Grantsville, Utah, listed on the NRHP in Utah Lewis Anderson House, Barn and Granary, The Dalles, Oregon, NRHP-listed Hood-An ...

                                               

Hanson House

Hanson House or Hanson Farm may refer to: in the United States by state, then city/town Alfred Hanson House, Oelwein, Iowa, NRHP-listed in Fayette County Anton E. Hanson House, Chicago, Illinois, NRHP-listed in South Side Chicago Alden Hanson Hou ...

                                               

McIntyre House

McIntyre House, McIntyre Farm or McIntyre Building or variations, may refer to: J. McIntyre Farm, Newark, Delaware, NRHP-listed McIntyre-Burri House, Saint Joseph, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Buchanan County, Missouri McIntyre House Logan, Ar ...

                                               

Hills House

Hills House or Hills Farm may refer to: Lewis S. Hills House 425 E. 100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah, NRHP-listed Hills Farm Greenbush, Virginia, NRHP-listed Hills House, Denham, a Tudor era residence in Buckinghamshire, England Hills House Hudson ...

                                               

Sunnyside Farm (disambiguation)

Sunnyside Farm is a 1997 British comedy series. Sunnyside Farm may also refer to: Sunnyside Farm House, an NRHP listing in Jessamine County, Kentucky Sunnyside Farm Leetown, West Virginia, near Kearneysville, listed on the NRHP in West Virginia S ...

                                               

Granger

Granger Township, Ohio Granger, Iowa Granger, a neighborhood in West Valley City, Utah Granger, Texas Granger, Ohio Granger, New York Granger, Minnesota Granger, Indiana Granger, Washington Granger, Wyoming Granger, Missouri

                                               

Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire

Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History is an American non-fiction book written by Kurt Andersen and published in 2017. Fantasyland debuted on the New York Times bestseller list at number 3 and at number 5 on the Washington Post ...

                                               

Masonville

Masonville may refer to: Canada Masonville Place, a shopping mall Masonville, a neighborhood in London, Ontario United States Masonville, Colorado Masonville Township, Michigan Masonville, Kentucky Masonville, New York Masonville, New Jersey Maso ...

                                               

Grand Traverse

Grand Traverse may refer to any of the following topics related to the state of Michigan, United States: Grand Traverse Bay Bottomland Preserve, a preservation area that encompasses the bay Grand Traverse Bay, a bay of Lake Michigan in the Lower ...

                                               

3rd Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)

The 3rd Missouri Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. The regiment was officially mustered in on January 17, 1862. It fought at the Battle of Pea Ridge in March befor ...

                                               

Columbia Mall

Columbia Mall may refer to a number of shopping centers in the United States: The Mall in Columbia, formerly Columbia Mall, a shopping center in Columbia, Maryland Columbia Mall Missouri, a shopping mall in Columbia, Missouri Columbia Mall Grand ...

                                               

East Hills

East Hills may refer to: Australia East Hills Girls High School East Hills, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney East Hills Hostel Electoral district of East Hills, the corresponding seat in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly East Hills rail ...

                                               

Oakbrook

Oakbrook, West Virginia Oakbrook, Kentucky, a census designated place in Boone County Oakbrook Neighborhood, in Summerville, South Carolina Oakbrook, Pennsylvania, in Berks County Oakbrook Square, Florida, in Palm Beach County Oakbrook, New York, ...

                                               

Meigs

Fort Meigs, a fortification in Ohio during the War of 1812 Mount Meigs, Alabama Meigs County, Ohio Meigs Key, Florida Keys Meigs Township, Adams County, Ohio Meigs, Ohio Meigs Field, former Chicago, Illinois, airport named in honor of Merrill C. ...

                                               

Bassett House

Bassett House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Edwin Bassett House, Reading, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP C.J.H. Bassett House, Taunton, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP Bassett Lodge and Range Cafe, Bassett, Nebraska, ...

                                               

Southridge

Southridge High School may refer to: Miami Southridge High School in Miami, Florida, United States Southridge High School Kennewick in Kennewick, Washington, United States PAREF Southridge School in Muntinlupa City, Philippines Southridge School ...

                                               

Sombrero Lighthouse

Sombrero Lighthouse is a lighthouse that marks the Anegada Passage, which is the route from Europe into the Caribbean. The lighthouse is located near the centre of Sombrero island, and reaches a height of almost 51 metres above sea level.

                                               

Castac (disambiguation)

Castac or Castaic is an unincorporated, rural community near the city of Santa Clarita in Southern California. It can also refer to: Castaic Lake - a big, man-made recreational lake in Castaic, California holding aqueduct water. Castaic Power Pla ...

                                               

Grass Lake

Grass Lake School District 36, Lake County, Illinois Grass Lake High School, high school in Grass Lake, Michigan Grass Lake Community Schools, Jackson County, Michigan Grass Lake, Minnesota, community in Kanabec County Grass Lake Kanabec County, ...

                                               

Peck Lake (Saskatchewan)

Peck Lake, a lake in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, is located in the Bronson Forest Provincial Recreation Site in the Rural Municipality of Loon Lake No. 561, 27.0 km east of the Alberta border.

                                               

Moose Creek

Moose Creek can refer to: Moose Creek, Ontario Canada Moose Creek is a village, in the municipality of North Stormont, comprising several retail stores in Moose Creek Mall. Moose Creek, Ontario, a small village near the cities of Cornwall and Ott ...

                                               

SV Nominoe (1886)

SV Nominoe was a French sailing ship that ran aground near Blankenberge, Belgium during a violent storm while she was travelling from London, United Kingdom to Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom with a cargo of asphalt.

                                               

Leeswood Hall

Leeswood Hall is a country house in Leeswood, Flintshire, Wales. Dating from 1742, it was built for George Wynne, the design being attributed to Francis Smith. Construction reputedly cost £40.000. The hall is a Grade II* listed building. To the n ...

                                               

Pontiac 200

There have been several races in the history of NASCARs Nationwide Series that have been titled Pontiac 200: For the race known as the Tri-City Pontiac 200 from 1985–1988, held at Bristol Motor Speedway, see Food City 250 For the race known as th ...

                                               

HNoMS B-5

HNoMS B-5 was a Norwegian B-class submarine who was captured by an E-boat of the German Kriegsmarine during Operation Weserubung on 9 April 1940 at Kristiansand, Norway. After which she was renamed UC-1 and used as a school boat for the Kriegsmar ...

                                               

Bolshevo railway station

Bolshevo railway station is a railway station in Moscow Oblast, Russia. It is located on the Mytishchi-Fryazino section of the Yaroslavsky suburban railway line, Moscow. It is part of the Naukograd, or science city, of Korolyov.

                                               

24th Street station

24th Street station may refer to: 24th Street PTC station, a former Subway–Surface Streetcar station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 24th Street/Jefferson and 24th Street/Washington stations, a METRO light rail station in Phoenix, Arizona 24th Stre ...

                                               

River Rubicon (disambiguation)

The Rubicon is a small river in Northern Italy. River Rubicon or Rubicon River may also refer to: Rubicon River Victoria, a river in Victoria, Australia Rubicon River Wisconsin, a river in Wisconsin, United States Rubicon River Tasmania, a river ...

                                               

16th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)

The 16th Missouri Infantry Regiment) was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. The regiment was formed from men recruited by Jeremiah V. Cockrell and Sidney D. Jackman during an expedition ...