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CityRail

''' is a station on Sydney's CityRail network servicing the suburb of Thornleigh (Thornleigh, New South Wales) in Sydney's Upper North Shore (Upper North Shore (Sydney)). Opening in 1886 , this station lies on the Northern Line (Northern railway line, Sydney) leading from Berowra (Berowra railway station) in the north through to North Sydney station via

Hills in Sydney's Hills District. Opening in 1886 , this station lies on the Northern line leading from Berowra (Berowra, New South Wales) in the north through to North Sydney station via Strathfield and Central (Central railway station, Sydney). In recent years the station has undergone an upgrade. It has significant patronage due to the people


Vladivostok

-Siberian railway , as well as 130 km of a branch line leading to the Suchan mines. Russian Civil War During the Russian Revolution, on 13 August 1918, the 31st moved from Manila's tropics to the bitter cold of Siberia. Its mission was to prevent allied war material left on Vladivostok's docks from being looted. The 31st moved from Fort William McKinley to Manila, and there set sail for Vladivostok, Siberia, arriving on 21 August. The regiment was then broken into various detachments and used to guard the Trans-Siberian railway, as well as 130 km of a branch line leading to the Suchan mines. In May, Natalia was granted a travel permit to join Michael. Accompanied by family friends, Prince Putyatin and Margaret Abakanovich, she arrived at Perm before the Orthodox Easter, and they spent about a week together. Crawford and Crawford, pp. 345–347 Meanwhile, as part of the truce between the Bolsheviks and the Central Powers, prisoners-of-war from Austria–Hungary were being shipped out of Russia. Czech troops (Czechoslovak Legions) were strung out along the Trans-Siberian Railway, on their way to Vladivostok, where they were due to take ship. The Czechs, however, were not going home to fight for the Austrian empire, but to fight for a separate homeland independent from Austria. The Germans demanded that the Bolsheviks disarm the Czechs, who fought back, seized the railway, joined forces with Russians fighting against the Bolsheviks (White movement), and advanced westwards toward Perm. Massie, p. 13 With the approach of the Czechs, Michael and Natalia feared that she would become trapped there, possibly in a dangerous situation, and so on 18 May she left unhappily. Crawford and Crawford, p. 348 By early June, Michael was again ill with stomach trouble. Crawford and Crawford, p. 352 Kolchak was born in Saint Petersburg in 1874 into a military family descending from the 18th-century Romanian mercenary Iliaş Colceag Commons:Category:Vladivostok WikiPedia:Vladivostok Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Primorskiy Kray Vladivostok


Mecca

United States year 2010 Usually opposite the entrance to the prayer hall is the ''qiblah (Qibla)'' wall, the visually emphasized area inside the prayer hall. The qiblah wall should, in a properly oriented mosque, be set perpendicular to a line leading to Mecca, the location of the ''Kaaba''.

as a "Gift from the Hijaz" to his countrymen. Usually opposite the entrance to the prayer hall is the ''qibla wall'', which is the visually emphasized area inside the prayer hall. The ''qibla'' wall is normally set perpendicular to a line leading to Mecca. Congregants pray in rows parallel


Manila

material left on Vladivostok's docks from being looted. The 31st moved from Fort William McKinley to Manila, and there set sail for Vladivostok, Siberia, arriving on 21 August. The regiment was then broken into various detachments and used to guard the Trans-Siberian railway, as well as 130 km of a branch line leading to the Suchan mines. ideology Filipino nationalism headquarters Tondo, Manila; Kawit, Cavite position Big tent The '''Katipunan''' was a Philippine revolutionary society founded by anti-Spanish (History of the Philippines (1565-1898)) Filipino (Filipino people)s in Manila in 1892, whose primary aim was to gain independence from Spain through revolution. The society was initiated by Filipino patriots Andrés Bonifacio, Teodoro Plata, Ladislao Diwa, and others on the night of July 7, when Filipino writer José Rizal was to be banished to Dapitan. Initially, the Katipunan was a secret organization until its discovery in 1896 that led to the outbreak of the Philippine Revolution. thumb left An Early flag of the ''Katipunan''. (Image:Philippine revolution flag kkk1.svg) On the night of July 7, 1892, when Rizal was banished and exiled to Dapitan in Mindanao, Andrés Bonifacio, a member of the La Liga Filipina, founded the Katipunan in a house in Tondo, Manila. WikiPedia:Manila Commons:Category:Manila Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region City of Manila


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