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São Luís, Maranhão

World Heritage Site. Starting in 1989 there has been an extensive program to restore and renovate the colonial era buildings of the city's historical center. Transportation thumb left 200px A bus in the suburb of São Luís. (File:Ônibus de São Luís 2.JPG) The city is served by the Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport. There are 184 bus lines operating in the metropolitan area, served by a fleet of more than 3,000 buses. More than 500,000 people use the bus system every


Zimbabwe

: al-Qasimi * Zimbabwe: Munhumutapa the bloodline survives in several kingdoms and chieftaincies in Southern Africa. The ruins were first encountered by Europeans in the late 19th century with investigation of the site starting in 1871.


Sri Lanka

; * SaskTel - operated an AMPS network in Saskatchewan, Canada. It was the third largest AMPS network, by subscribers, in the world at the time of its turndown. https: www.wirelessintelligence.com It was officially shutdown site by site starting at 00:00 on January 2, 2010 after twenty-one years of service. SaskTel continues to run CDMA and UMTS networks. * Etisalat - Sri Lanka (previously know as Celltel TIGO) - operated a Motorola TAC network in Sri


Canada

been replaced by an 850 MHz UMTS network (Next G). * SaskTel - operated an AMPS network in Saskatchewan, Canada. It was the third largest AMPS network, by subscribers, in the world at the time of its turndown. https: www.wirelessintelligence.com It was officially shutdown site by site starting at 00:00 on January 2, 2010 after twenty-one years of service. SaskTel continues to run CDMA and UMTS networks. * Etisalat - Sri Lanka (previously


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