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Church of North India

The Church of North India is a major Protestant denomination in northern India. It is a united church established on 29 November 1970 by bringing together the main Protestant churches working in northern India; it is a province of the worldwide A ...

                                               

Religions of Pakistan

Pakistans official national religion is Islam, and about 97% of the people in Pakistan follow Islam. But there are people of many other religions living in Pakistan.

                                               

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is a Catholic archdiocese in the United States. Washington, D.C. and five counties in the state of Maryland are in the archdiocese. It was made in 1939 by Pope Pius XII. Before that, the areas now in t ...

                                               

Bass Highway, Tasmania

The Bass Highway is a highway in Tasmania, Australia. It is a part of the National Highway, named National Highway 1. It joins the major cities across the north of the state - Burnie, Devonport and Launceston. The Bass Highway is, like Bass Strai ...

                                               

EastLink, Melbourne

EastLink is a tollway in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was opened on June 28, 2008. It links the Frankston Freeway to the Eastern Freeway, and includes two tunnels, the Mullum tunnel and the Melba tunnel. The interchange with the Monash Free ...

                                               

Trans Canada Highway

The Trans-Canada Highway is a transcontinental that goes across the country in southern Canada. The main route is 7.821 kilometres long.

                                               

A1 road (Great Britain)

A1 is the official title of the Great Northern Road in England. It runs up the eastern side of England from London to Edinburgh in Scotland. It is six hundred and sixty kilometres long, making it the longest numbered road in the U.K. The A1 has s ...

                                               

A55 road (Great Britain)

The A55, also called the North Wales Expressway, is an important road in Great Britain. It goes between Chester, England and Holyhead, Wales. It goes along the north coast of Wales for most of its route. For most of the route, it is a dual carria ...

                                               

Connecticut Turnpike

The Connecticut Turnpike is a freeway in Connecticut. It runs from Byram to South Killingly. It is approximately 135 miles long. The Connecticut Turnpike opened in the early 1950s as the states main highway. Once the road was considered paid for, ...

                                               

Kansas Turnpike

The Kansas Turnpike is a road in Kansas, part of the United States. The road is a turnpike - a payment must be made to use it. The road is 236 miles, or 380 kilometers, long. It starts at the line between Kansas and Oklahoma, and goes to Kansas C ...

                                               

M-185 (Michigan highway)

M-185 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Michigan. It circles Mackinac Island. Mackinac Island is a popular tourist place on the Lake Huron side of the Straits of Mackinac. The highway is along the islands coast. The highway is a thin paved ...

                                               

Highways in Puerto Rico

The system of highways in Puerto Rico is made up of about 14.400 kilometers of roads. It is managed by Puerto Ricos Department of Transportation and Public Works. The roads in Puerto Rico are divided into four types: Secondary or inter-municipal ...

                                               

Goliath (Walibi Holland)

Goliath is a steel roller coaster in the Dutch theme park Walibi Holland. The lift hill has a height of 46.8 meters. This makes it the tallest coaster of the Benelux. However, in 2007 this record was beaten by Vertigo in Walibi Belgium, but after ...

                                               

Rattle Snake

Rattle Snake was built in 1994 by Walibi Flevo as Keverbaan. When Six Flags took over the park in 2000, the name was changed to Road Runner. Six Flags decided to paint the track brown instead of red, but later they decided to paint it back to red ...

                                               

Speed of Sound (roller coaster)

Speed of Sound is a Boomerang coaster in Walibi Holland in the Netherlands. It is manufactured by Vekoma and opened in 2000 as La Via Volta. It operated until 2007 when the park announced it would be shut down. In the same year, the train was sol ...

                                               

Xpress

Xpress is a steel launched roller coaster at Walibi Holland in The Netherlands. It opened in 2000 under the name Superman the Ride. However, Six Flags was planning to open it under the name Riddlers Revenge and the ride was painted green at the f ...

                                               

Hercules (roller coaster)

Hercules was a wooden roller coaster at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. It was located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It was made by Dinn Corporation. When it was made it was the tallest wooden roller coaster in the world. Because it was poorly mad ...

                                               

Vortex (Kings Island)

Vortex is a steel roller coaster at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. It was designed and built by Arrow Dynamics. It cost million. The ride officially opened to the public on April 11, 1987. When it opened, Vortex was the tallest, full-circuit roller ...

                                               

Xcelerator

After the riders have been loaded onto the train at the station, the train is first hooked up to a catch car that is under the train. The train has to move back to hook onto the catch car in order to launch. After 2.3 seconds, the train is releas ...

                                               

Shahbazpur Town

Shahbazpur Town is a small town, fishing port and administrative headquarters in Bangladesh. It is known for its wide natural rivers of Titas. It is the oldest river port. It is the oldest ferry terminal port area in Bangladesh. Shahbazpur Town i ...

                                               

Shyampur Thana

Shyampur is a Manufacture Zone of Bangladesh and the second Industrial zone of Dhaka city has an Estimated Material factories a total lists of factories main Ironical Mechanics factory fifty six garments Eighty nine iron factory one thousands six ...

                                               

Baarle

The town of Baarle legally consists of two towns. Baarle-Nassau is in the Netherlands and Baarle-Hertog is in Belgium. The farmland surrounding the town is in the Netherlands. The town of Baarle-Hertog consists of 16 "islands" of Belgian territor ...

                                               

Vlamertinge

Vlamertinge is a village in the Belgian province of West Flanders and a borough of the city of Ypres. The village center of Vlamertinge lies just outside the city center of Ypres, along the main road N38 to the nearby town of Poperinge. In additi ...

                                               

Čelinac

Čelinac is a town and municipality in Central Bosnia, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The municipality lies about 15 km to the east of the regional center, city of Banja Luka. It is located on Vrbanja river, between municipalities of La ...

                                               

Grabovica (Kotor-Varos)

Grabovica is a settlement on the Vrbanja river in central Bosnia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kotor Varos municipality. The new village is on the mouth of the Grabovicka rijeka. The old village is about 3 kilometres upstream of the Vrbanjas tributary ...

                                               

Knezevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Knezevo is situated between the rivers Ugar, Vrbas and Vrbanja and surrounded by the mountain masiff of Čemernica, Ranca in the west, Vlasic in the south and Jezica in the north-east. The municipality has an official altitude of 864 metres 2.835 ...

                                               

Kotor Varos

Kotor Varos or Kotor-Varos is a town and municipality in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2013, 22.001 people lived in Kotor Varos. The elevation of Kotor Varos is 220 metres 720 feet. Total municipality area is 564.26 square kilometr ...

                                               

Municipalities of Republika Srpska

In 1994, the "Law on Territorial Organization and Local Self-Government" was created. It made the Republika Srpska into 80 parts, called municipalities. However, because of the Dayton Peace Agreement in 1996, there are now 63 parts.

                                               

Petrovo Polje (Skender Vakuf)

Petrovo Polje is a village in Central Bosnia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republika Srpska, Knezevo Municipality. Until the 60s of the last century belonged to the former municipality Siprage, and then for some time and the municipality of Kotor ...

                                               

Siprage

Siprage is a settlement in the Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska entity, Kotor Varos Municipality. The first Kotor-Varosian settlement, the medieval town Kotor, existed certainly before the 9th century, because, according to credible sourc ...

                                               

Travnik

Travnik is a town in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, 90 kilometres west of Sarajevo. It is the capital of the Central Bosnia Canton. It is in the Travnik Municipality. In 2013, the town of Travnik had 16.534 residents. The Travnik metropolitan ar ...

                                               

Vecici

Vecici is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is in the Kotor Varos Municipality in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. It spreads across Vecicko polje, nearby the mouth of Cvrcka, and Vrbanjci, a larger village. In 1991 its population was 1744. ...

                                               

Visoko

Visoko is historic town in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has 17000 residents. Visoko lies on river Bosna and Fojnica. Visoko was capital town of medieval Bosnia in early years of country. From this time, most important objects are old town Visoki on ...

                                               

Gabrovo

People have lived in the area around Gabrovo since the Neolithic. It gained economic importance after Veliko Tarnovo became capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire in the 12th century. Craftsmanship and trade grew because Gabrovo was close to both ...

                                               

Arroyo Barril, Samana

Arroyo Barril is a Municipal district of Santa Barbara de Samana, Samana province in the Dominican Republic. It is on the south coast of the Samana Peninsula, on the coast of Samana Bay. It was made a municipal district on May 1, 2003.

                                               

Azua, Dominican Republic

The Dominican city of Azua de Compostela, or simply Azua, is the head municipality of the Azua province, on the south of the country, about 5 km 5 km north of the Caribbean coast. It is also called sometimes Compostela de Azua. Azua is the Taino ...

                                               

Banica

The Dominican city of San Francisco de Banica, or simply Banica, is a municipality of the Elias Piña province, on the border with Haiti and near the River Artibonite.

                                               

Bani

In 1764, the people that were living in the Peravia Valley bought some land in Cerro Gordo part of the valley to build a new town. The new town was given the name of Bani after the river that is found to the east of the town. After the independen ...

                                               

Barahona, Dominican Republic

Barahona, also known as Santa Cruz de Barahona, is the head municipality of the Barahona province, on the southwest of the country. It is the largest city of the Dominican southwest and the centre of the region.

                                               

Bonao

Bonao is a Dominican city and the head municipality of the Monseñor Nouel province, in the center of the country. Bonao is the Taino name of the region where the old city was founded. The city is in the Bonao Valley, at about 85 km to the northwe ...

                                               

Comendador, Elias Piña

The city was founded in 1868, and named after Nicolas de Ovando, the "Comendador of Lares" Comendador was the chief of a military or religious order. It was founded where there was a military post close to the border with Haiti. The Taino name of ...

                                               

Cotui

The town was founded in 1505 by Rodrigo Mejia de Trujillo, a Spanish conquistador; the Spanish governor of the Hispaniola island at that time was Nicolas de Ovando. It was built near a gold mine in a region called Cotoi also written Cotoy by the ...

                                               

Dajabon

The municipality had, in 2010, a total population of 25.245: 12.545 men and 12.700 women. The urban population was 80.6% of the total population, one of the most urban municipality in the country.

                                               

El Limon, Samana

El Limon is a Municipal district of Santa Barbara de Samana, Samana province, Dominican Republic. It is on the north coast of the Samana Peninsula, on the Atlantic coast. It was made a municipal district on July 20, 2001. There are other two Muni ...

                                               

Hato Mayor del Rey

The Dominican city of Hato Mayor del Rey, or usually just Hato Mayor, is the head municipality of the Hato Mayor province. In English, Hato Mayor del Rey means the largest cattle ranch of the King.

                                               

Hondo Valle, Elias Piña

Hondo Valle was elevated to the category of municipality by the law 916 of 12 August 1978. Before that date, it was a municipal district of Comendador.

                                               

Jimani

The Dominican city of Jimani is the head municipality of the Independencia province, on the southwestern part of the country. The city is near the border with Haiti, on the main road that goes from the Dominican Republic to Port-au-Prince, capita ...

                                               

La Romana, Dominican Republic

La Romana is a Dominican city along the Caribbean Sea, in the southeastern part of the country. It is the head municipality of the La Romana province. The town was built on the right western side of the mouth of the river Dulce now also called Ro ...

                                               

La Vega, Dominican Republic

The Dominican city of Concepcion de la Vega, usually known as La Vega, is the head municipality of the La Vega province; it is the largest city in the central part of the country. The carnival of La Vega, every year during February, is one of the ...

                                               

Las Galeras, Samana

Las Galeras is a Dominican Municipal district of Santa Barbara de Samana, Samana province. It is on the east coast of the Samana Peninsula, on the Rincon Bay that is found between Cabron and Samana capes. Las Galeras, in English The Galleys a gal ...