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Mount Wellington (Tasmania)

Mount Wellington, officially kunanyi / Mount Wellington, incorporating its conlang name, is a mountain in the southeast coastal region of Tasmania, Australia. It is the summit of the Wellington Range and is within the Wellington Park reserve. Loc ...

                                               

Merry Hill

Merry Hill may refer to: Merry Hill, Hertfordshire, England, a 76 hectare woodland managed by the Woodland Trust Merry Hill, Wolverhampton, a suburb of Wolverhampton, West Midlands Merry Hill New York, an elevation in Herkimer County, New York. M ...

                                               

Vladykina Gora

Vladykina Gora is a rural locality in Chushevitskoye Rural Settlement, Verkhovazhsky District, Vologda Oblast, Russia. The population was 100 as of 2002.

                                               

Vysokaya Mount

Vysokaya is a mountain in the eastern part of the Middle Urals in Sverdlovsk Oblast in Russia. The height of the mountain is 380 m. It is formed with porphyries and syenites. There is a big lodestone deposit on Mount Vysokaya.

                                               

Galichya Gora

Galichya Gora was founded on 25 April 1925. Originally it was administered by Yeletsky regional museum. However, on 17 April 1936, administration was transferred to Voronezh State University.

                                               

Gora, Permsky District, Perm Krai

                                               

Gora

Gora may refer to: Apache Gora, an open source framework provides an in-memory data model and persistence for big data Goparaju Ramachandra Rao "Gora", 1902–1975, Indian social reformer and atheist activist Gora, a Bengali novel by Nobel laureate ...

                                               

Gora (region)

Gora is a geographical region in southern Kosovo and northeastern Albania, primarily inhabited by the Gorani people. Due to geopolitical circumstances, some of the local Gorani people have over time also self declared themselves as Albanians, Mac ...

                                               

Hadriacus Mons

Hadriacus Mons is an ancient, low-relief volcanic mountain on the planet Mars, located in the southern hemisphere just northeast of the impact basin Hellas and southwest of the similar volcano Tyrrhenus Mons. Hadriacus Mons is in the Hellas quadr ...

                                               

Mount Amundsen

Mount Amundsen is a nunatak lying east of Denman Glacier, about 11 nautical miles northeast of Mount Sandow. It was discovered by the Western Base Party of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition under Mawson, and named by Mawson for Roald Amundsen ...

                                               

Ascraeus Mons

Ascraeus Mons is a large shield volcano located in the Tharsis region of the planet Mars. It is the northernmost and tallest of three shield volcanoes collectively known as the Tharsis Montes.

                                               

Mount Herzl

Mount Herzl, also Har ha-Zikaron, is the site of Israels national cemetery and other memorial and educational facilities, found on the west side of Jerusalem beside the Jerusalem Forest. It is named after Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern poli ...

                                               

Doom Mons

Doom Mons is the name of a mountain range and its eponymous peak on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. A putative cryovolcano, it is the largest mountain range on Titan by volume, and its 1.45 km-high peak one of the highest. It was discovered by ...

                                               

Hill of Crosses

Kryzių kalnas, or the Hill of Crosses, is a site of pilgrimage about 12 km north of the city of Siauliai, in northern Lithuania. The precise origin of the practice of leaving crosses on the hill is uncertain, but it is believed that the first cro ...

                                               

Aoraki / Mount Cook

Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its height, as of 2014, is listed as 3.724 metres. It lies in the Southern Alps, the mountain range which runs the length of the South Island. A popular tourist destination, it is also a ...

                                               

Maat Mons

Maat Mons is a massive shield volcano. It is the second-highest mountain, and the highest volcano, on the planet Venus. It rises 8 kilometres above the mean planetary radius at 0.5°N 194.6°E  / 0.5; 194.6, and nearly 5 km above the surrounding p ...

                                               

Mons Maenalus

Mons Maenalus was a constellation created by Johannes Hevelius in 1687. It was located between the constellations of Bootes and Virgo, and depicts a mountain in Greece that the herdsman is stepping upon. It was increasingly considered obsolete by ...

                                               

Pavonis Mons

Pavonis Mons is a large shield volcano located in the Tharsis region of the planet Mars. It is the middle member of a chain of three volcanic mountains that straddle the Martian equator between longitudes 235°E and 259°E. The volcano was discover ...

                                               

Mount Saint Elias

Mount Saint Elias, also designated Boundary Peak 186, is the second highest mountain in both Canada and the United States, being situated on the Yukon and Alaska border. It lies about 26 miles southwest of Mount Logan, the highest mountain in Can ...

                                               

Mount Tasman

Mount Tasman is New Zealands second highest mountain, rising to a height of 3.497 metres. It is located in the Southern Alps of the South Island, four kilometres to the north of its larger neighbour, Aoraki / Mount Cook. Unlike Aoraki / Mount Coo ...

                                               

Uranius Mons

Uranius Mons, formerly Uranius Patera, is a volcano on Mars located in the Tharsis quadrangle, named after a classical albedo feature. The name "Uranius Patera" now refers only to the volcanos central caldera. It is 4.853 metres high and has shal ...

                                               

The Mountain and the Viper

The Mountain and the Viper is the eighth episode of the fourth season of HBOs acclaimed fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 38th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by ...

                                               

Courage Mountain

Courage Mountain is a 1990 American adventure drama film and serves as a sequel to Johanna Spyris novel Heidi. It was directed by Christopher Leitch and stars Charlie Sheen, Leslie Caron, Juliette Caton and Jan Rubes. The film is set during the o ...

                                               

Mount St. Mary's

Mount Saint Mary College Mount Saint Mary College New Hampshire, a defunct private college for women, in Hooksett, New Hampshire closed 1978 Mount Saint Mary College, a private college in Newburgh, New York Mount St. Marys University Mount St. Ma ...

                                               

Josef Hora

A day after his death, Josef Hora was nominated as National Artist a title that had been granted only to living artists since 1932 and became the first to be awarded posthumously. He was counted among Communist writers in Czechoslovakia 1948–1989 ...

                                               

Gora-Podol

Gora-Podol is a rural locality and the administrative center of Gora-Podolskoye Rural Settlement, Grayvoronsky District, Belgorod Oblast, Russia. The population was 1.862 as of 2010. There are 28 streets.

                                               

Andy Goram

Andrew Lewis Goram is a Scottish former footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. Born in Bury, Lancashire, England, he started his career with Oldham Athletic and Hibernian, but he is best remembered for playing for Rangers during the 1990s, when ...

                                               

Brokeback Mountain

Brokeback Mountain is a 2005 American romantic drama film directed by Ang Lee and produced by Diana Ossana and James Schamus. Adapted from the 1997 short story of the same name by Annie Proulx, the screenplay was written by Ossana and Larry McMur ...

                                               

Burning Mountain

Burning Mountain, the common name for Mount Wingen, is a hill near Wingen, New South Wales, Australia, approximately 224 km north of Sydney just off the New England Highway. It takes its name from a smouldering coal seam running underground throu ...

                                               

Thunder Mountain

Thunder Mountain Ski Area, Massachusetts later called Berkshire East Ski Resort Donnersberg, mountain peak in Germany Thunder Mountain native name: Mont-Tonnerre, an Administrative region departement within the First French Republic Thunder Mount ...

                                               

Mount Jefferson (Nevada)

Mount Jefferson is the highest mountain in both the Toquima Range and Nye County in Nevada, United States. It is the sixth highest mountain in the state. As the high point of a range which is well separated from other ranges by low basins, Mount ...

                                               

Puy de Dome

Puy de Dome ; Auvergnat: Puei Domat) is a lava dome and one of the youngest volcanoes in the Chaine des Puys region of Massif Central in central France. This chain of volcanoes including numerous cinder cones, lava domes and maars is far from the ...

                                               

Mount of Olives

The Mount of Olives or Mount Olivet is a mountain ridge east of and adjacent to Jerusalems Old City. It is named for the olive groves that once covered its slopes. The southern part of the Mount was the Silwan necropolis, attributed to the ancien ...

                                               

Zamkova Hora (Kiev)

Zamkova Hora hill in Kiev, Ukraine is a historical landmark in the center of the city. It is part of the citys geographic relief complex known as Kiev Mountains. The place is called "Zamkova" because Vytautas the Great had his castle here. Other ...

                                               

Lviv High Castle

The Lviv High Castle is a historic castle located on the top of the Castle Hill of the city of Lviv. It is currently the highest point in the city, 413 metres above sea level. The castle currently stands in ruins. The High Castle is proximate to ...

                                               

Iverian Mountain

Iverian Mountain or Iberian Mountain is a 344 m high hill in New Athos, Abkhazia, Georgia. There are ruins of the ancient capital of Abkhazia, Anacopia, on its top. New Athos Cave is also located nearby.

                                               

Cathedral Mountain (Tasmania)

Cathedral Mountain is a dominant mountain in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in the central highlands in the state of Tasmania, Australia.

                                               

Kesova Gora

Kesova Gora is an urban locality and the administrative center of Kesovogorsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia, located 32 kilometers from Kashin and 50 kilometers from Bezhetsk. Population: 3.877 ; 4.076 ; 4.208.

                                               

Goat Mountain

Goat Mountain may refer to: In the United States alone, the USGS identifies over 20 summits named "Goat Mountain". Goat Mountain in Cherryville, British Columbia - see List of mountains of Canada Goat Mountain in McCone County, Montana Goat Mount ...

                                               

Horse Mountain

Horse Mountain is a prominent mountain summit in the San Juan Mountains range of the Rocky Mountains of North America. The 9.952-foot peak is located in San Juan National Forest, 15.8 miles west by north of the Town of Pagosa Springs in Archuleta ...

                                               

Municipality of Kranjska Gora

The Municipality of Kranjska Gora is a municipality on the Sava Dolinka River in the Upper Carniola region of northwest Slovenia, close to the Austrian and Italian borders. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kranjska Gora.

                                               

Red Mountain

Mount McDowell, located in Maricopa County, Arizona Red Mountain Freeway, a part of Loop 202 in Metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, named for the mountain Red Mountain Santa Clara County, California, a mountain in the Diablo Range Red Mountain, Califo ...

                                               

Krasnaya Gora, Krasnogorsky District, Bryansk Oblast

Krasnaya Gora is an urban-type settlement in Bryansk Oblast, Russia. It is the administrative center of Krasnogorsky District.

                                               

Kukina Gora

                                               

Kutna Hora

Kutna Hora ; medieval Czech: Hory Kutne ; German: Kuttenberg) is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

                                               

Kutna Hora District

Kutna Hora District is a district within Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. Its capital is the town of Kutna Hora.

                                               

Lysa Hora

Lysa Hora Kiev, a large woody hill in Kiev Lysa hora, a mountain in the Czech Republic Lysa Hora folklore, a mountain related to witchcraft in Slavic folk mythology

                                               

Bald Mountain

Bald Mountain Humboldt County Bald Mountain Heceta Island, Alaska Bald Mountain California, a name given to over fifty summits in California Grass Valley Bald Mountain, a peak near Little Grass Valley Reservoir in California Bald Mountain Washing ...

                                               

Lysa Hora (Kiev)

See also Lysa hora, a mountain in the Czech Republic, and Lysa Gora, a mountain in Poland. Lysa Hora ; literally "Barren Mount", Featureless Mount, or Bald Mount) is a large wooded hill in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, near the confluence of the Dn ...

                                               

Lysa Hora (folklore)

Lysa Hora or Bald Mountain is a concept of East Slavic, and particularly Ukrainian, folk mythology related to witchcraft. According to legends, ravens, black eagles, witches and other paranormal creatures periodically gather on the "bald mountain ...

                                               

Matveyeva Gora

Matveyeva Gora is a rural locality in Andreyevskoye Rural Settlement, Vashkinsky District, Vologda Oblast, Russia. The population was 9 as of 2002.

                                               

Mount Mithridat

Mount Mithridat is a large hill located in the center of Kerch, a city on the eastern Kerch Peninsula of Crimea. It is 91.4 metres in elevation. From the top of Mount Mithridat a scenic view spreads across the Strait of Kerch and the city of Kerc ...

                                               

Nikonova Gora

Nikonova Gora is a rural locality in Babayevsky District, Vologda Oblast, Russia. The population was 32 as of 2002.

                                               

Petrova Gora

Petrova Gora is a hill range in central Kordun region of Croatia, administratively part of the Karlovac County. It extends northeast-southwest, some 25 kilometers along the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina.

                                               

Seamount

A seamount is a large geologic landform that rises from the ocean floor but that does not reach to the waters surface, and thus is not an island, islet or cliff-rock. Seamounts are typically formed from extinct volcanoes that rise abruptly and ar ...

                                               

Poklonnaya Hill

Poklonnaya Gora was, at 171.5 meters, one of the highest spots in Moscow. Its two summits used to be separated by the Setun River, until one of the summits was razed in 1987. Since 1936, the area has been part of Moscow and now contains the Victo ...

                                               

Poperechnaya Gora

Poperechnaya Gora is a rural locality in Karaidelsky District, Bashkortostan, Russia. The population was 21 as of 2010. There are 5 streets.

                                               

Prechistaya Gora

Prechistaya Gora is a rural locality in Selivanovsky District, Vladimir Oblast, Russia. The population was 30 as of 2010.

                                               

The Fifth Mountain

The Fifth Mountain is the work of Brazilian author Paulo Coelho published in Brazil in 1996. The book is authors interpretation of the story of Elijah, the old testament prophet and the tale of his trials, tribulations, and suffering all while le ...

                                               

Ravna Gora

Ravna Gora Ivanjica, a village near Ivanjica Ravna Gora highland, a highland in Serbia known for its relation with the Chetnik movement Ravna Gora Vlasotince, a village near Vlasotince

                                               

Mount Sapun

Mount Sapun or Sapun Ridge is a 240 m high ridge to the southeast of Sevastopol, situated on the disputed Crimean peninsula. It became the site of heavy fighting during the siege of Sevastopol 1941-1942, and also during its recapture in 1944. Whe ...

                                               

The Holy Mountain (1973 film)

The Holy Mountain is a 1973 Mexican surreal-fantasy film directed, written, produced, co-scored, co-edited by and starring Alejandro Jodorowsky, who also participated as a set designer and costume designer on the film. The film was produced by th ...

                                               

Rocky Mountain (film)

Rocky Mountain is a 1950 western film directed by William Keighley and starring Errol Flynn. It also stars Patrice Wymore, who married Flynn in 1950. The film is set near the end of the American Civil War. Filmink magazine called it "a hidden gem ...

                                               

Skopska Crna Gora

Skopska Crna Gora, often called and only as Crna Gora, Albanian: Malet e Karadakut), is a mountain range largely in Macedonia, with smaller part in Kosovo. It lies between the cities of Kaçanik and Skopje. The highest peak is Ramno) in Macedonia. ...

                                               

Sokolinaya Gora

Sokolinaya Gora may refer to: Sokolinaya Gora Moscow Metro, a station of the Moscow Metro, Moscow, Russia Sokolinaya Gora District, a district in Moscow, Russia

                                               

Sokolinaya Gora District

Sokolinaya gora District is an administrative district of Eastern Administrative Okrug, and one of the 125 raions of Moscow, Russia. The area of the district is 7.961 square kilometers. Population: 84.100.

                                               

Sredna Gora

Sredna Gora is a mountain range in central Bulgaria, situated south of and parallel to the Balkan mountain range and extending from the Iskar River to the west and the elbow of Tundzha north of Yambol to the east. Sredna Gora is 285 km long, reac ...

                                               

Old Man of the Mountain

The Old Man of the Mountain, also known as the Great Stone Face or the Profile, was a series of five granite cliff ledges on Cannon Mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, United States, that appeared to be the jagged profile of a face ...

                                               

Mensa (constellation)

Mensa is a constellation in the Southern Celestial Hemisphere near the south celestial pole, one of twelve constellations drawn up in the 18th century by French astronomer Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille. Its name is Latin for table, though it original ...

                                               

Mesa

A mesa is an isolated, flat-topped elevation, ridge or hill, which is bounded from all sides by steep escarpments and stands distinctly above a surrounding plain. Mesas characteristically consist of flat-lying soft sedimentary rocks capped by a m ...

                                               

Timanova Gora

Timanova Gora is a rural locality in Babushkinsky District, Vologda Oblast, Russia. The population was 196 as of 2002. There is 1 street.

                                               

Tyoplaya Gora

Tyoplaya Gora is an urban locality in Gornozavodsky District of Perm Krai, Russia, located on the western slopes of the Ural Mountains, on the Koyva River, 14 kilometers from the border with Sverdlovsk Oblast. Population: 3.306 ; 3.860 ; 4.558.

                                               

Fruska Gora

Fruska Gora is a mountain in northern Syrmia. Most of the area is administratively part of Serbia, but a small part on its western side extends into eastern Croatia. The area under Serbia forms one of the countrys national parks. Sometimes it is ...

                                               

Funikova Gora

Funikova Gora is a rural locality in Kirzhachsky District, Vladimir Oblast, Russia. The population was 4 as of 2010. There is 1 street.

                                               

Mount Hunter (Alaska)

Mount Hunter or Begguya is a mountain in Denali National Park in Alaska. It is approximately eight miles south of Denali, the highest peak in North America. "Begguya" means child in the Denaina language. Mount Hunter is the third-highest major pe ...

                                               

Cold Mountain

Cold Mountain novel, a 1997 novel by Charles Frazier Cold Mountain, fictional name for Bethel community of Canton, North Carolina Cold Mountain soundtrack, the soundtrack to the film Cold Mountain film, a 2003 film adaptation of Charles Fraziers ...

                                               

Temple Mount

The Temple Mount, known to Muslims as the Haram esh-Sharif and the Al Aqsa Compound, is a hill located in the Old City of Jerusalem that for thousands of years has been venerated as a holy site in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam alike. The prese ...

                                               

Cherepanova Hora

The name appeared after 1815 when a civil governor of Kiev was Pavel Cherepanov and on the hill was located his manor. On the hill are located basic structures of the New Pechersk Fortress Hospital fortifications, a complex which today is part of ...

                                               

Taras Hill

Taras Hill or Chernecha Hora is a hill on the bank of the Dnieper near Kaniv in Ukraine and an important landmark of the Shevchenko National Preserve where the remains of the famous Ukrainian poet and artist Taras Shevchenko have been buried sinc ...

                                               

Black Mountain, Slovakia

Black Mountain is a small mountain range in eastern Slovakia. It forms part of the Slovak Ore Mountains. The range is located roughly between the city of Kosice to the southeast and the municipalities of Krompachy to the northwest and Kysak to th ...

                                               

Montagne Noire

Not to be confused with the Montagnes Noires a.k.a. Montagne Noire in Brittany. The Montagne Noire is a mountain range in central southern France. It is located at the southwestern end of the Massif Central in the border area of the Tarn, Herault ...

                                               

Pip Ivan (Chornohora)

Pip Ivan is the third highest peak of the Chornohora range, with height of 2022 meters above sea level. In the interwar period 1918–1939 the peak marked the Polish - Czechoslovak, from March 1939 Polish - Hungarian border and numerous skirmishes ...

                                               

Devils Mountain

Devils Mountain or Devils Mountain can refer to any of several peaks with similar names: Devils Tower disambiguation Devils Peak disambiguation

                                               

Shum-gora

Shum Gora is a massive kurgan situated in Peredolskaya Volost, near the bank of the Luga River, Batetsky District, Novgorod Oblast, northwestern Russia, about 60 km west of Novgorod. The hill was formerly involved in local liturgical practice. 19 ...

                                               

Jasna Gora Monastery

The Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa, Poland, is a famous Polish shrine to the Virgin Mary and one of the countrys places of pilgrimage. The image of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa, also known as Our Lady of Czestochowa, to which miraculous ...

                                               

1889 in literature

June – Algernon Methuen begins publishing books in England, which is the origin of Methuen Publishing. Anton Manwel Caruanas Inez Farrug is the first novel originated in the Maltese language. March 14 – August Strindbergs naturalistic drama Miss ...

                                               

1980 in literature

Willy Russells comedy Educating Rita opens in a Royal Shakespeare Company production with Julie Walters in the title role, at The Warehouse in London. June 5 The Royal Shakespeare Company opens a production at the Aldwych Theatre, London, of The ...

                                               

1902 in literature

George Bernard Shaws controversial 1893 play Mrs. Warrens Profession receives its first performance at a private London club. The political drama Dantons Death Dantons Tod, completed and published in 1835 by Georg Buchner died 1837, is first perf ...

                                               

1973 in literature

March 6 – The Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts, founded as the Montenegrin Society for Science and Arts Crnogorsko drustvo za nauku i umjetnost in Podgorica, elects its first members. The Supreme Court of the United States delivers its de ...

                                               

1955 in literature

November 28 – Ray Lawlers Summer of the Seventeenth Doll receives its stage premiere by the Union Theatre Repertory Company in Melbourne with the playwright in a lead. It is the first authentically naturalistic modern drama in the theatre of Aust ...

                                               

1937 in literature

February 6 – John Steinbecks novella of the Great Depression, Of Mice and Men, appears in the United States. May 14 – BBC Television broadcasts a 30-minute excerpt of Twelfth Night, the first known television broadcast of a Shakespeare piece. The ...

                                               

1831 in literature

Playwright Manuel Breton de los Herreros publishes a translation of Tibullus, which secures him an appointment as sub-librarian at the Spanish national library Biblioteca Publica de Palacio. Daniel Appleton publishes his first book in New York Ci ...

                                               

1834 in literature

November 24 – George Sand begins her journal addressed to Alfred de Musset. August – Charles Dickens first uses the pen name Boz, in the second installment of "The Boarding-House", one of the Sketches by Boz, originally published in the Monthly M ...

                                               

1842 in literature

Julius Springer establishes a bookshop in Berlin which is the origin of Springer Science+Business Media. c. March 7 – Charles Dickens meets Edgar Allan Poe in Philadelphia. February 14 – Washington Irving is one of the hosts at a public dinner fo ...

                                               

1848 in literature

July – Serial publication of William Makepeace Thackerays novel Vanity Fair by Punch magazine concludes. It appears in book format from the same typesetting by Bradbury and Evans in London, with illustrations by the author. c. June 27 – The secon ...

                                               

1857 in literature

January 10 – Jules Verne marries Honorine de Viane Morel. January 5 – Wilkie Collins drama The Frozen Deep is first performed in a private amateur performance staged by and featuring Charles Dickens at the latters London home, Tavistock House. Ju ...

                                               

1859 in literature

February 4 – German scholar Constantin von Tischendorf identifies portions of the mid-4th century Codex Sinaiticus an uncial manuscript of the Greek Bible at Saint Catherines Monastery on Mount Sinai in the Khedivate of Egypt and arranges for its ...

                                               

1863 in literature

June 13 – Samuel Butlers dystopian article "Darwin among the Machines" is published as by "Cellarius" in The Press newspaper in Christchurch, New Zealand; it will be incorporated into his novel Erewhon 1872. The establishment in Iași of the Roman ...

                                               

1890 in literature

Macmillan Publishers in the U.K. begin to supply on "net book" terms, i. e. no discounts are available to consumers. October 19 – Sir Richard Francis Burton dies in Trieste, after which his widow, Isabel, burns his journals, a revised translation ...

                                               

1908 in literature

September 30 – Maurice Maeterlincks The Blue Bird LOiseau bleu is premiered at Konstantin Stanislavskys Moscow Art Theatre. March – Ezra Pound leaves America for Europe. In April, he moves to Venice, where in July he self-publishes his first coll ...

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