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Bystrzyca

Bystrzyca Tysmienica, a tributary of the Tysmienica Bystrzyca Odra, a tributary of the Oder Bystrzyca Lomnicka, a tributary of the Nysa Klodzka Bystrytsia River, a river in modern Ukraine Bystrzyca Dusznicka, a tributary of the Nysa Klodzka

Vltavou

Orlik nad Vltavou, a village in Pisek District, South Bohemian Region Borsov nad Vltavou, a village in Česke Budejovice District, South Bohemian Region Vrane nad Vltavou, a village in Prague-West District, Central Bohemian Region Tyn nad Vltavou, ...

Vrbice

Vrbice may refer to: Vrbice Karlovy Vary District - a village in Karlovy Vary District, Czech Republic Vrbice Jicin District - a village in Jicin District, Czech Republic Vrbice Rychnov nad Kneznou District - a village in Rychnov nad Kneznou Dist ...

Neuenburg

Neuenburg may refer to: Neuenburg, in Manitoba, Canada Neuenburg an der Elbe, the German name for Nymburk, a town in the Czech Republic Neuenburg Castle in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Neuenburg in WestpreuSen, the German name for Nowe, a town in Swiec ...

Stodolni street (Ostrava)

Ostrava Stodolni street is a street in the city centre of Ostrava. It is a unique phenomenon of Ostravian social life. The street itself and its closest surroundings offers tens of bars, restaurants and clubs, which are abundantly visited by youn ...

Benesov (disambiguation)

Benesov is a town in Central Bohemian Region and the capital of Benesov District, Czech Republic Benesov may also refer to: Benesov nad Ploucnici, a town in usti nad Labem Region, Czech Republic Benesov Blansko District, a village in South Moravi ...

Tomice

Tomice may refer to the following places: in Poland: Tomice, Opole Voivodeship south-west Poland Tomice, Zabkowice Slaskie County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Tomice, Poznan County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Pol ...

Rataje

Rataje may refer to the following places: Czech Republic Rataje Tabor District, a village in Tabor District Rataje nad Sazavou, a market town in Kutna Hora District Rataje Benesov District, a village in Benesov District Rataje Kromeeiz District, ...

ujezd

ujezd is a very common Czech toponym roughly meaning around-ridden. It denotes a settlement newly established in the Middle Ages. The boundaries of such portion of land were set by riding on horseback around the location.

Beezova

Beezova may refer to several places in the Czech Republic: Beezova Beroun District, a village in Beroun District Beezova Zlin District, a village in Zlin District Beezova Opava District, a village in Opava District Beezova Karlovy Vary District, ...

Petrovice

Petrovice may refer to: Petrovice Bytca District, Slovakia Petrovice Bruntal District, a village in Bruntal District, Czech Republic Petrovice Jablonne v Podjestedi, a village in the Liberec District, Czech Republic Petrovice usti nad Labem Distr ...

Albrechtice

Albrechtice may refer to: Mesto Albrechtice, a town in Moravian-Silesian Region Bruntal District, Czech Republic Albrechtice nad Orlici, a village in Hradec Kralove Region Rychnov nad Kneznou District, Czech Republic Albrechtice usti nad Orlici D ...

Beezi

Beezi may refer to one of the following locations in the Czech Republic: Beezi u Trhovych Svinu, Trhove Sviny, Česke Budejovice District Vlachovo Beezi Beezi u Čachrova, Čachrov, Klatovy District Beezi u Malecova, Malecov, usti nad Labem District ...

Sedlec

Sedlec may refer to the following locations in the Czech Republic: Sedlec Plzen-North District, village in Plzen-North District Sedlec Kutna Hora, district of the town of Kutna Hora - see Sedlec Ossuary Sedlec Beeclav District, village in Beeclav ...

Mnichov

Mnichov or Mnichov may refer to: Mnichov Domazlice District, in the Plzen Region of the Czech Republic Mnichov u Lucniho Chvojna, a village in the municipality of Velke Chvojno, Czech Republic Mnichov Strakonice District, in the South Bohemian Re ...

Nova Ves

Nova Ves Liberec District, a village in Liberec District Nova Ves Louny District, a village in Louny District Nova Ves Melnik District, a village in Melnik District Nova Ves Domazlice District, a village in Domazlice District Nova Ves Prague-East ...

Bezdekov

Bezdekov is the name of several places in the Czech Republic: Bezdekov Pardubice District, a village in Pardubice District Bezdekov Havlickuv Brod District, a village in Havlickuv Brod District Bezdekov pod Teemsinem, a village in Peibram Distric ...

Suchdol

Suchdol is the name of various places in the Czech Republic, including: Towns and market towns Suchdol nad Odrou, a market town in Novy Jicin District Suchdol nad Luznici, a town in Jindeichuv Hradec District Villages Suchdol Prostejov District, ...

Rasovice

Rasovice is name of several locations in the Czech Republic: village Rasovice, administrative part of town Tyniste nad Orlici in the Hradec Kralove Region Rychnov nad Kneznou District Rasovice, a village in the Central Bohemian Region Kutna Hora ...

Hynek Hanza

Hynek Hanza is a Czech Civic Democratic politician who serves as Senator representing Teplice and a Mayor of Teplice as a successor of Jaroslav Kubera.

Amanda Simpson (art historian)

Amanda Simpson FSA, is a British medievalist, author, editor, librarian and art historian. Photographs attributed to her appear in the collection of the Conway Library at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she worked as Conway Librarian in the ...

Stare Miasto

Stare Miasto, Poznan for the specific neighbourhood, see Poznan Old Town Stare Miasto, Warsaw Stare Miasto, Wroclaw Stare Miasto, Police Stare Miasto, Krakow for the specific neighbourhood, see Krakow Old Town Stare Miasto, Gdansk Stare Miasto, S ...

Tabor House

Tabor House may refer to: in Israel Tabor House Jerusalem in the United States Tabor-Wing House, Dover Plains, NY, listed on the NRHP in New York Tabor Home for Needy and Destitute Children, Doylestown, PA, listed on the NRHP in Pennsylvania Tabo ...

Lesna

Lesna may refer to the following places: Lesna disambiguation, several villages in the Czech Republic and Slovakia Lesna, Zywiec County in Silesian Voivodeship south Poland Lesna, Klodzko County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Les ...

Kunice

Kunice is name of several locations in the Czech Republic: Kunice Prague-East District, a village in Central Bohemian Region Prague-East District Kunice Blansko District, a village in South Moravian Region Blansko District It is also a name of a ...

Hoeice

Hoeice may refer to: village Hoeice, an administrative part of town Blansko, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic Blansko District Dolni Hoeice, a village in the South Bohemian Region, Czech Republic Tabor District Hoeice na Sumave Horitz, a vil ...

Straz

Straz may refer to several places in Czech Republic and Slovakia. The word straz means guard, watch or patrol in Czech language. Municipalities Straz pod Ralskem Straz Domazlice District Straz nad Nezarkou Straz nad Ohei Straz Tachov District Str ...

Bukowiec

Bukowiec may refer to: Bukovec Frydek-Mistek District, known in Polish as "Bukowiec", a village in the Czech Republic Bukowiec, Jelenia Gora County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Bukowiec, Swiecie County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Vo ...

Bilal Suman

Bilal Suman is a Bosnian former handball player and current coach of the Bosnian national team. He previously coached Danish Mens Handball League club KIF Kolding.

Yahya Ibrahim Pasha

Yahya Ibrahim was an Egyptian politician. He served as the 16th Prime Minister of Egypt from March 15, 1923 to January 27, 1924.

Katja Riipi Award

The Katja Riipi Award is an ice hockey honor, seasonally awarded by the Finnish Ice Hockey Association to the best forward of the Naisten Liiga, previously the Naisten SM-sarja. Best forward in the Naisten Liiga was first awarded in the 2005–06 s ...

La Tour

La Tour-de-Trême, in the canton of Fribourg La Tour-de-Peilz, in the canton of Vaud

Maisoncelles

Maisoncelles is the name or part of the name of several communes in France. Maisoncelles-Pelvey, in the Calvados departement Maisoncelle, in the Pas-de-Calais departement Maisoncelles la Jourdan, in the Calvados departement Maisoncelles-du-Maine, ...

Saint-Romain

Saint-Romain-en-Jarez, in the Loire department Saint-Romain, Puy-de-Dome Saint-Romain, Vienne, in the Vienne department Saint-Romain, former commune of the Lot department, now part of Gourdon Saint-Romain-de-Popey, in the Rhone department Saint-R ...

Vieil

Vieil may refer to: Gissey-le-Vieil, commune in the Cote-dOr department in eastern France Pithiviers-le-Vieil, commune in the Loiret department in north-central France Saint-Martin-le-Vieil, commune in the Aude department in southern France Saint ...

Landes

Landes, or Lanas in Gascon, means moorland or heath. Landes and Lanas come from the Latin plānus meaning" flat, even, level, plain’”. They are therefore cognate with the English plain, the Spanish word llanos and the Italian word piano.

Maisons

Maisons is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Maisons, Eure-et-Loir, in the Eure-et-Loir department Chateau de Maisons, a 17th-century manor house Maisons-Alfort, in the suburbs of Paris Maisons-en-Champagne, in the Marne ...

Luce

Luce may refer to the following places in France: Le Grand-Luce, a commune in the Sarthe department in the region of Pays-de-la-Loire Luce, Orne, a commune in the Orne department in the region of Basse-Normandie La Baroche-sous-Luce, a commune in ...

Sainte-Eulalie

Sainte-Eulalie is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Sainte-Eulalie, Cantal, in the Cantal department Sainte-Eulalie, former commune of the Lot department, now part of Espagnac-Sainte-Eulalie Sainte-Eulalie, former commun ...

Saint-Vivien

Saint-Vivien may refer to: Saint-Vivien-de-Monsegur, in the Gironde departement Saint-Vivien, La Garde, a former commune in the Charente-Maritime departement that is now a part of Montlieu-la-Garde Saint-Vivien, Charente-Maritime, a commune in th ...

Saint-Genis

Saint-Genis may refer to several communes in France: Saint-Genis, Hautes-Alpes, in the Hautes-Alpes department Saint-Genis-sur-Menthon, in the Ain department Saint-Genis-les-Ollieres, in the Rhone department Saint-Genis-lArgentiere, in the Rhone ...

Noyers

Noyers may refer to the following communes in France: Noyers, Haute-Marne, in the Haute-Marne departement Noyers, Yonne, in the Yonne departement Noyers, Eure, in the Eure departement Canton of Noyers, one of the former cantons of the Yonne depar ...

Meon (disambiguation)

The Meon is a river in Hampshire, England. Meon may also refer to: Meon, a former commune in the Maine-et-Loire department in western France East Meon, village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England West Meon, villa ...

Aumont

Aumont is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include: Tina Aumont 1946–2006, French-American actress Jacques Aumont born 1942, French academic and writer House of Aumont, a family which played an important part in French history Je ...

Henri de Paschal de Rochegude

Henri de Paschal de Rochegude, 8 December 1741 - Albi, 16 March 1834) was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence, and became a member of the Academie de Marine.

Vivo (film)

Vivo is an upcoming 2021 American computer-animated musical adventure comedy film produced by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation and animated by Sony Pictures Imageworks. The film is directed by Kirk DeMicco and co-directed by Brandon ...

Big League Beast

On a stormy night, and deep in his burrow, Bugs Bunny is watching a Springleyfield baseball game between the Gravelbottoms and another team. All of a sudden, just when he is about to spectate the first swing, the power supply blows a fuse due to ...

Pascal Blanc (politician)

Pascal Blanc is a French politician and engineer. He is member of the Union of Democrats and Independents party, and served as mayors of Bourges since 2014. In those years, military service still existed and Pascal Blanc carried out his military ...

Walter de Caen

Walter de Caen, aka Walter de Cadomo, and, according to some histories, later as Walter de Kenson was born about 1025 AD. He was a kinsman of William the Conqueror and likely a kinsman of Rollo, the Viking adventurer who became the first ruler of ...

Mediolanum (disambiguation)

Mediolanum Whitchurch, England Meifod Mediolanum Santonum, modern Saintes in France Mediolanum Aulercorum, modern Evreux, France Llanfyllin Caersws Another British site placed by Ptolemy in central Wales and sometimes identified with,