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Simferopol

, Simferopol (access to the Simferopol International Airport) * H06 - Simferopol, Bakhchisaray, Sevastopol * H19 - Yalta, Sevastopol * P16 * P23 - Simferopol, Feodosia * P25 - Simferopol, Yevpatoria * P23 - Simferopol, Feodosia * P25 - Simferopol, Yevpatoria * P27 - Sevastopol, Inkerman (completely within the city of Sevastopol) Sport Crimea is a prominent figure in Ukrainian sports, especially the most popular: Association football. The most successful Crimean football club is Tavriya Simferopol in the Ukrainian Premier League possessing one championship title. In the Ukrainian First League Crimea is represented by a few other clubs such as FC Krymteplitsia Molodizhne (from Simferopol suburbs) and PFC Sevastopol. Among other football clubs there is FC Tytan Armyansk. *35px link European route E101 (File:Tabliczka E101.svg) - WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol


India

Prahasana '' (drunken revelry), a drama written by his son Mahendravarman I. '''Orissa Gana Parishad''' (Orissa Popular Association), a political party in the Indian state of Orissa, a splinter-group of Biju Janata Dal. The party was founded on October 29, 2000. The president of OGP is Bijoy Mahapatra. Mahapatra had been expelled from BJD in February 2000 on corruption charges. Mahapatra had come into conflict with BJD leader Navin

. The party president is Rafiq Ahmad. The party supports the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam. '''Naujawan Kisan Party''' (Youth Peasants Party), a political party in Uttar Pradesh, India. NKP was formed in October 2000 by dissidents of Rashtriya Kranti Party. Party president is former Bharatiya Janata Party MP Ganag Charan Rajput and general secretary Ram Kumar Shukla. '''Haryana Gana Parishad''' (Haryana Popular Association

Congress''', a political party in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Formed in December 2002 through a split in the Tamil Maanila Congress. The party is led by Dr. Kumaradas (president), Eswaran (vice-president), Hakkim (general secretary), and Teni Jayakumar (treasurer). Five members of the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly have joined the party. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Greece

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South Africa

-hit song Skokiaan. ''The Herald,'' December 6. Retrieved 7 February 2008. There is in South Africa no popular association of "Skokiaan" with a Zulu song. Was Musarurwa's tune influenced by a putative Zulu song? It seems unlikely, although not impossible. Southern Rhodesian migrant labourers moved back and forth between their home country and the mines of South Africa, located mostly around Johannesburg. Such journeys, often by train, led to the emergence of the song


United States

, and can be found mainly in the states of California and Florida due to the popular association of these coastal regions with Mediterranean resorts. The single, as initially released with "Ask Me Why" on the B-side (A-side and B-side), failed to make much impact in the US (United States), but when re-released there on 3 January 1964 (this time with "From Me to You" on the B-side) it reached number three in the US Hot 100. The '''Jemez Mountains


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