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San Pablo District, Paraguay

San Pablo is a district of the San Pedro Department, Paraguay. It includes the village of San Pablo or San Pedro de Ycuamandiyu, which has a population of around 680, located around 330 km from the city of Asuncion. On the river Jejui Guazu, is a ...

Cristobal Martinez

Cristobal Martinez is a Chicano artist and the founder of Radio Healer, an indigenous hacker collective. He is a member of Postcommodity, a Southwest Native American Artist collective. His work featured in the 17th Whitney Biennial, 57th Carnegie ...

2020 coronavirus pandemic in Bolivia

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic was confirmed to have spread to Bolivia when its first two cases were confirmed on 10 March 2020 in the departments of Oruro and Santa Cruz On 12 March, Bolivia suspended all public school sessions until 31 March, ...

Llanos Basin

The Llanos Basin or Eastern Llanos Basin is a major sedimentary basin of 96.000 square kilometres in northeastern Colombia. The onshore foreland on Mesozoic rift basin covers the departments of Arauca, Casanare and Meta and parts of eastern Boyac ...

Cherryland, California

Cherryland is a census-designated place in Alameda County, California, United States. The unincorporated community is located between Ashland to the north and Hayward to the south. The population was 14.728 at the 2010 census.

Puerto Rico Highway 30

Puerto Rico Highway 30, known as Expreso Cruz Ortiz Stella, is a main freeway in Puerto Rico which connects the city of Caguas to the town of Humacao.

Vera Ignjatovic

Vera Ignjatovic is an Australian haematologist and former handball player. Ignjatovic was born in Nis, Nisava, Serbia on 15 March 1975. She was a member of the Australia womens national handball team at the 2000 Summer Olympics, playing in three ...

Aldo Vera Serafin

Aldo Vera Serafin was a Cuban exile who was once a top police official for Prime Minister Fidel Castro. He later split with Castro. In January 1959, he was named head of the technical investigations department, the main intelligence organ of the ...

Andrey Klishas

Andrey Alexandrovich Klishas is a Russian politician and lawyer serving as the Senator from Krasnoyarsk Krai since 2012. Member of the United Russia political party. Andrey Klishas is the plenipotentiary of the Federation Council in the Constitut ...

Caapucu

Caapucu is a town in Caapucu District in the Paraguari Department of Paraguay, At the 2002 census it had a population of 7.249, and is located 141 km from Asuncion, the capital of the country. The Route No. I crosses through this city. It was fou ...

Plaza Moriones, Intramuros

Plaza Moriones is a public square in Intramuros, Manila. Located in front of the entrance to Fort Santiago, it is one of three major plazas in Intramuros, the others being Plaza de Roma located beyond the forts grounds, and the Plaza de Armas loc ...

Robert R. Locke

Robert R. Locke is an American educator, historian and economist and emeritus professor of history, business, and management at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He received his PhD from University of California at Los Angeles in 1965 and was a ...

Robyn Rodriguez

Robyn Magalit Rodriguez is an Filipino American professor, author, and activist. She is currently a professor and chair of the Department of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Davis. In 2018, Rodriguez founded the Bulosan Cen ...

Ricardo Eichmann

Ricardo Eichmann is a German archaeologist and director of the Orient Department of the German Archaeological Institute. He was previously a professor of Near Eastern archaeology at the University of Tubingen. Ricardo Eichmann is the youngest son ...

2020 Brazilian floods and mudslides

Since 17 January 2020, heavy rainstorms in the Southeast Region of Brazil have caused widespread flooding and landslides in the states of Minas Gerais, Espirito Santo and Rio de Janeiro, being associated with Subtropical Storm Kurumi. The state c ...

Marcelo Alvaro Antonio

Marcelo Henrique Teixeira Dias, popularly known as Marcelo Alvaro Antonio, is a Brazilian entrepreneur and politician, and current Minister of Tourism of Brazil. He was the most voted Federal Deputy in Minas Gerais in the 2018 elections, when he ...

Santana

Santana 22, an American sailboat design Santana 37, an American sailboat design Santana 20, an American sailboat design Santana 27, an American sailboat design Santana 39, an American sailboat design

Amparo

Amparo do Serra, Minas Gerais Amparo, Paraiba Santo Antonio do Amparo, Minas Gerais Amparo, São Paulo Amparo de São Francisco, Sergipe

Braga (disambiguation)

Braga is a city in northwestern Portugal. Braga may also refer to: Associated with the Portuguese city Braga incident of 2014 concerning academic freedom SC Braga, a sports club, including a football team Braga District containing the city HC Bra ...

Chichico Alkmim

Francisco Augusto de Alkmim March 28, 1886 - Diamantina, August 22, 1978), popularly known as Chichico Alkmim, was a Brazilian photographer active in the city of Diamantina, Minas Gerais from 1907 to 1955.

Bonfim

Bonfim may refer to: People: Eder Jose de Oliveira Bonfim born 1981, Brazilian football player Leandro do Bonfim born 1984, Brazilian attacking midfielder Bruno Bonfim born 1979, middle-distance freestyle swimmer from Brazil Giovanio Bonfim, or s ...

Serra

Serra Paylin, a character in the porn film Whos Nailin Paylin?

Sero

Sero, Mali, a town in Sero Diamanou, Mali Santa Cruz de la Seros, a village in the province of Huesca, Spain Sero, Iran, a city in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran Sero Diamanou, a commune in Mali Sero Blanco, a town on the island of Aruba

Lucena

Lucena, Cordoba, a municipality in the province of Cordoba, in the autonomous community of Andalusia Lucena de Jalon, a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, in the autonomous community of Aragon Lucena del Puerto, a municipality loca ...

Vila

Vila dEivissa known in English as "Ibiza Town", capital of Ibiza Island, Spain La Vila Joiosa known as La Vila, municipality and capital of the comarca of Marina Baixa, Spain Vila de Cruces, municipality of Pontevedra, Spain Vila-real, municipali ...

Bage

Bage may refer to: Asia Minor Bage Lydia, a town of ancient Lydia Brazil Grêmio Esportivo Bage, usually known simply as Bage, a football team in Bage, Rio Grande do Sul Bage, a city in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Bage River, in state of Acre, Brazi ...

Benjamin Constant (disambiguation)

Benjamin Constant may be: People Benjamin Constant 1767–1830, Swiss-French politician & author Henri Benjamin Constant de Rebecque Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant surname sometimes seen as "Benjamin Constant" 1845–1902, French painter Benjamin Cons ...

Greater São Paulo

Greater São Paulo is a nonspecific term for one of the multiple definitions the large metropolitan area located in the São Paulo state in Brazil.

Oskar Metsavaht

Oskar Metsavaht is a Brazilian fashion designer and environmentalist. He is founder and creative director of Osklen a Brazilian fashion brand and OM.Art, an art studio. Metsavaht serves as UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and Honorary Consul of the Rep ...

Julio

Julio given name Julio surname Julio-Claudian dynasty, the first five Roman Emperors: Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula also known as Gaius, Claudius, and Nero Julio 204 or JULIO 204, one of the first graffiti writers in New York City

Assis (disambiguation)

Assis is the Portguese name for the city of Assisi, Italy, the birthplace of St. Francis. Therefore, it occurs as placename and surname in Portugal and Brazil. It may refer to: Places Assis São Paulo, a Brazilian municipality in the state of São ...

Alegria

Alegria, Rio Grande do Sul, a city in Brazil Alegria-Dulantzi, a municipality in the province of Alava, northern Spain Alegria, Surigao del Norte, a municipality in the Philippines Alegria, Usulutan, a municipality in El Salvador Alegria, Cebu, a ...

Alcantara

Alcantara, Alcantara, Alcantara, Alcàntara, Alcàntera, El-Qantarah and Kantara are all transliterations of the Arabic word al qantara, meaning "the bridge". Alcantara may refer to:

Ronda (disambiguation)

Ronda is a city in the Spanish province of Malaga. Ronda may also refer to: In geography: Ronda, California, United States Ronda Alta, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Ronda, Cebu, Philippines Cami de Ronda, a footpath in Catalonia, Spain Ronda, North C ...

General Coffee State Park

General Coffee State Park is a 1.511-acre Georgia state park located near Douglas. The park is named after politician, farmer, and military leader General John E. Coffee. The park is host to many rare and endangered species, especially in the cyp ...

Sri Venkateswara Temple of North Carolina

Sri Venkateswara Temple of North Carolina is a Hindu Temple located in Cary, North Carolina and serves the 21.000 strong Hindu population in the Research Triangle. The temple is located in 21 Balaji Place, Cary, North Carolina.

Lottie (name)

Lottie is a Danish, English, German, Swedish, and Welsh feminine given name that is a diminutive form of Charlotte or Lieselotte, an alternate form of Lotte, and that is also related to Lisa, Elisa and Elisabeth. Notable people with the name incl ...

Pacific Heights, Saskatoon

Pacific Heights is geographically located in north west Saskatoon. The main construction boom for this community was the 1970s, during which the City of Saskatoon annexed the land. Following elementary school, students usually attend Tommy Dougla ...

Percy Quin State Park

Percy Quin State Park is a public recreation area located off Interstate 55, approximately 7 miles southwest of McComb, Mississippi. The state park surrounds 490-acre Lake Tangipahoa, an impoundment of the Tangipahoa River.

Adolphustown

Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario. Adolphustown is now part of the town of Greater Napanee. The rural character of the Adolphustown region rem ...

Stonebridge, Saskatoon

Stonebridge is a mostly residential neighbourhood located in south-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a suburban subdivision, consisting of low-density, single detached dwellings and a mix of medium-density apartment and semi-detached ...

Juracy Magalhães

Juracy Montenegro Magalhães GCC GCIH was a Brazilian military officer and politician. During his career, Magalhães was the state governor of Bahia twice: between 1931 - 1937 and 1959 - 1963 ; senator for Bahia, Minister of Justice and Minister of ...

Evangelical Caucus (Brazil)

The Parliamentary Evangelical Front or more simply known as the Evangelical Caucus is a loosely organized group of Protestant, Evangelical, and Pentecostal lawmakers in the Brazilian government and legislature. If considered a political party, th ...

List of the killed and politically disappeared people during the Brazilian military dictatorship

This is a List of the killed and politically disappeared people during the Brazilian military dictatorship. It brings together the political dead and disappeared in the Brazilian military dictatorship of 1964. The murders and disappearances of op ...

Jose Rodrigues Nunes

Jose Rodrigues Nunes was a Brazilian artist who worked primarily in Salvador, Bahia. He was primarily a painter, but also worked in the fields of decoration, restoration, and set design. He was a student of Franco Velasco and is the final painter ...

Rogerio da Silva Rego

Rogerio da Silva Rego was a Brazilian lawyer, public servant and politician, formerly a federal deputy for Bahia.

Tembo

Biggie Tembo Jr. born 1988, Zimbabwean musician Martha Tembo born 1998, Zambian footballer John Tembo Jr, Malawian diplomat Bruce Tembo born 1991, Zimbabwean cricketer Lily Tembo 1981–2009, Zambian musician, radio presenter, journalist and charit ...

George Hilton (politician)

George Hilton dos Santos Cecilio more commonly known as George Hilton is a Brazilian politician and radio personality. Although born in Bahia, he has spent his political career representing Minas Gerais, having served as state representative sinc ...

San Agustin

San Augustine, Texas St. Augustine, Florida San Agustin de Laredo Historic District Plains of San Agustin, located in the U.S. state of New Mexico Cathedral of San Agustin

Fox Point, Nova Scotia

Fox Point is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located on the Aspotogan Peninsula in the Chester Municipal District on the Lighthouse Route.