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Buildings and structures in Ljubljana by period

                                               

Judgement Tower

The Judgement Tower is a fortified medieval tower in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. An original tower built on the site in the early 14th century secured the southwestern corner of the city walls. It was completely rebuilt in 1540, with the addit ...

                                               

History of Johannesburg

Johannesburg is a large city in Gauteng Province of South Africa. It was established as a small village controlled by a Health Committee in 1886 with the discovery of an outcrop of a gold reef on the farm Langlaagte. The population of the city gr ...

                                               

Appallagoda Ambalama

The Appallagoda Ambalama is a traditional resting place, or ambalama, in a rural environment in the village of Appallagoda, 6 km from the city of Kandy in Sri Lanka. Built in 1922, it is an example of traditional, indigenous architecture and is k ...

                                               

Transport buildings and structures in Kegalle District

                                               

Transport buildings and structures in Puttalam District

                                               

Suriname football navigational boxes

                                               

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Suriname football league templates

                                               

Suriname football manager history navigational boxes

                                               

Bilkent Erzurum

Ihsan Doğramacı Foundation Bilkent Erzurum Laboratory High School, commonly referred to as Bilkent Erzurum or BELS,is a both private foundation and state funded school under Bilkent University, located in Palandoken, Erzurum, Turkey. It was estab ...

                                               

Sirvani Mosque

Sirvani Camii, Sirvani Mehmet Efendi Camii or Iki Serefeli Camii is a mosque in Gaziantep, Turkey. It is located in the Seferpasa neighborhood, southwestf the citadel. The mosque, which is one of the oldest in the city, was undertaken by Sirvani ...

                                               

List of tallest buildings in Izmir

Izmir, the third largest city in Turkey, is home to 14 buildings taller than 100 m. Most of these buildings have been built after 2010 and are clustered near Bayraklı. The Hilton Izmir, built between 1987–91, is considered to be the first skyscra ...

                                               

Mersin Free Zone

Mersin Free Zone is a free economic zone in Mersin, Turkey. It is in the Mediterranean Mersin Harbor area at 36°46′20″N 34°39′00″E. It was established on 3 January, 1987. It was the first free zone of Turkey. Its initial area was 776 decares 0.77 ...

                                               

Ankara (electoral districts)

Ankara is a Turkish province divided into three electoral districts of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects thirty-six members of parliament to represent the province of the same name for a four-year term by the DHondt method, a party ...

                                               

Izmir (electoral districts)

Izmir is a Turkish province divided into two electoral districts of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects twenty-six members of parliament to represent the province of the same name for a four-year term by the DHondt method, a party-li ...

                                               

Natural history of Kiev

                                               

Soviet Union sports navigational boxes

                                               

Russia and Soviet Union political leader navigational boxes

                                               

St. Mungo (fireboat)

The St. Mungo was a fireboat operated by Glasgow Fire Services, in Glasgow, Scotland, from 1959 to 1975. When launched, she was described as the most modern fireboat in the United Kingdom.

                                               

C.D. Scully

The C.D. Scully was a fireboat constructed for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The vessel was owned by Pittsburgh from its completion, in 1956, until its sale to Tampa, Florida, in 1973. She had been out of service for some time, when she was sold. She ...

                                               

City of Portland IV

Portland, Maine has operated a series of fireboats named the City of Portland. The fourth vessel named City of Portland was commissioned in 2010. The 65 feet 20 m vessel cost $3.2 million to construct. Included in it design is an infirmary laid o ...

                                               

Deluge (fireboat, 1911)

The Deluge was a fireboat operated, for decades, in Baltimore, Maryland. When built, in 1911, her capacity to pump 12.000 gallons per minute made her one of the most powerful fireboats. In 1917 the Deluge played a key role in fighting a fire at B ...

                                               

Geyser (fireboat, 1889)

The Geyser was a steam powered fireboat built for Bay City, Michigan. At the time she was being built, in 1889, it was anticipated that she would be twice as powerful as any other vessel on the Saginaw River.

                                               

Independence (fireboat)

The Philadelphia Fire Department started operating the fireboat Independence in 2007. The vessel cost million.5 million of which came from a FEMA Port Security Grant. On September 10, 2010, both the Independence and a smaller fireboat, the Firebo ...

                                               

Marine 1 (Savannah fireboat)

Marine One is a Marine One is a $1.5 million fireboat, retired as a cost saving measure, by Savannah, Georgia, in November, 2018.5 million fireboat, retired as a cost saving measure, by Savannah, Georgia, in November, 2018. Savannah acquired the ...

                                               

Fireboats of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of the United States most active inland water ports, has been serviced by multiple fireboats. On December 16, 2016, the city placed an order for a modern fireboat, when recent waterfront fires, in 2015 and 2016, coul ...

                                               

Fireboats of the United States by state

                                               

Cynortas

Cynortas was the son of King Amyclas of Sparta and Queen Diomede, and thus brother to King Argalus, Hyacinthus, Polyboea, Laodamia or Leanira, and, in other versions, of Daphne. He was the father of Oebalus or of Perieres, who either succeeded to ...

                                               

Hippocoon of Sparta

Hippocoon was the son of the Spartan King Oebalus and Bateia. His brothers or half-brothers were Tyndareus and Icarius. Names of Hippocoons sons include Lycon, Alcinous, Dorycleus, Scaeus, Enarophorus, Eurytus, Bucolus, Euteiches, Lycaethus, Hipp ...

                                               

Oebalus

Oibalus was the son of either Cynortas or Argalus. He was the second husband of Princess Gorgophone and thus son-in-law of the hero Perseus. With her or by the Naiad Bateia, Oibalos fathered Tyndareus, Icarius and Hippocoon, as well as a daughter ...

                                               

Amoghabhuti

Amogh was a king of the Kuninda Kingdom in northern India, during the late 2nd century BCE to 1st century BCE. He is well known for his beautiful silver and copper coinage where his name is mentioned, along with his title, Maharaja. His silver co ...

                                               

Dhanabhuti

Dhanabhūti or Vatsiputra Dhanabhūti was a 2nd or 1st-century BCE Buddhist king in Central India, and the most prominent donor for the Bharhut stupa. He appears in two or three major dedicatory inscriptions at the stupa of Bharhut, and possibly in ...

                                               

Vasudeva Kanva

Vasudeva Kanva was the founder of the Kanva dynasty. He was originally an Amatya of last Shunga ruler Devabhuti. Vasudeva killed the last Shunga ruler and established Kanva dynasty. Banas Harshacharita informs us that he came to power after the d ...

                                               

Chandravarman

Chandravarman was a king of the Pushkarana kingdom in the Bankura district of West Bengal. The kingdom was established shortly before the advent of the Gupta Empire, and was located to the west of the Samatata kingdom of eastern Bengal. Chandrava ...

                                               

Grahavarman

Grahavarman was a king of Kannauj around the seventh-century CE. He came from the Maukhari dynasty and succeeded his father, Avantivarman. Grahavarman married Rajyashri, the daughter of the ruler of Thanesar, Prabhakar Vardhana. The marriage appe ...

                                               

Goda Ravi

Goda Ravi was a Chera Perumal king of medieval Kerala, south India. Temple inscriptions dated in the regnal years 15th to 30th of Goda Ravi were discovered from Chokkur Puthur village, near Koduvally, Nedumpuram Thali Thrissur, Avittathur, Trippa ...

                                               

Suhaldev

Suhaldev is a legendary Indian king from Shravasti, mentioned in the 17th century Persian-language historical romance Mirat-i-Masudi. According to the text, he defeated and killed the Ghaznavid general Ghazi Salar Masud at Bahraich, in the early ...

                                               

Birpal

Birpal was the founder and the first king of Chutia kingdom. He claimed descent from an ancestral king named Virmukka. As per the Assamese manuscripts, due to some misfortune Birpal had to settle down with 60 Chutia families in a hill named Swarn ...

                                               

Pratapdhavala

Pratapdhavala was Khayaravala king in 12th century. There are inscription of Pratapdhavala in Phulwaria, Tutrahi fall rock inscription of Vikram Samvat 1214, Tarachandi rock inscription of Vikram Samvat 1225.

                                               

Karna (Vaghela dynasty)

Karna was the last Vaghela king of Gujarat region in India. Little is known about his life except his defeat against Alauddin Khalji of the Delhi Sultanate. Alauddins forces ransacked his kingdom in 1299, forcing him to flee Gujarat. Karna seems ...

                                               

Ratnadhwajpal

Ratnadhwajpal, was the son of Birpal and the second ruler of the Chutia Kingdom in the 13th century. He reigned for almost 40 years and was responsible for making Shaktism a main religion of Chutia Kingdom.

                                               

Shri Pratapa

Shri Pratapa was Khayaravala king in 13th century. There are inscription of Shri Pratapa in Rohtas of Vikram Samvat 1279. According to inscription he defeated a "Yavana" army; the "Yavana" here probably refers to a Muslim general. According to th ...

                                               

Kailas Pal

Raja Kailas Pal Pathania was a King of Nurpur, who succeeded Raja Jas Pal as the chief of the Pathania Clan of Rajputs. He is accorded credit for wounding and defeating a famous Muslim General, Tatar Khan, who was a governor of Khorasan and who h ...

                                               

Shivdas Karn

Shivdas Karn was Nagvanshi king in 14th century. He succeeded Go Karn. He established Vishnu idol in the Hapamuni temple in Gumla district in Vikram Samvat 1458 according to inscription. The temple was earlier constructed by Gajghat Rai in 9th ce ...

                                               

Pratap Karn

Pratap Karn was Nagvanshi king in 15th century. During his reign, ghatwar kings rebelled. The king of Tamar attacked Nagvanshi king in Khukhragarh. Pratap Karn sought help of Kharwar chief Baghdeo of Khayaragarh. Baghdeo defeated king of Tamar, k ...

                                               

Shekha of Amarsar

Maha Rao Shekha, also spelt Shaikha, was a chieftain in 15th-century India. The Shekhawati gets its name from him, comprising the districts of Sikar, Churu and Jhunjhunu in the present-day Indian state of Rajasthan. He was born to the Kachhwaha c ...

                                               

Burial sites of the House of Champagne

                                               

Burial sites of the Ludovingians

                                               

Bishops of Basingstoke

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