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Puerto Cabezas

as a minimal tropical storm, and accelerating northeastward the cyclone made landfall near Guantánamo Bay, Cuba later that day. # Puerto Lempira, Honduras # Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua # Bluefields, Nicaragua Preparations After confirming the development of a tropical depression, authorities in Costa Rica issued a green alert


Paraíso, Tabasco

;laregion" The Barra de Tupilco is a long beach with find gray sand and blue green waters. This area is popular especially during the Holy Week vacation period. The Tupilco lighthouse is one of the oldest in the state. Playa Bruja beach is three km from Chiltepec, 200 meters long and forty meters wide. It has fine gray sand with gentle waves on clear green waters. It has palapas, hammocks, a restaurant and dressing rooms among the palms and marine birds. Playa Varadero has equipment for volleyball and soccer. It is the site of musical events during the Holy Week vacation period. Other beaches in the area include Playa Sol, Pico de Oro, Arroyo Verde, Playa Dorado Paraíso y mar, Nuevo Paraíso and Cangrejopolis. ''"The República de Paraíso"'' tourism corridor is a modern four-lane boulevard that connects the town with Puerto Ceiba and El Bellote to the east. The road is lined with various restaurants mostly specializing in seafood with a number having a view of the Mecoacán Lagoon. Isla Rebeca is surrounded by mangroves and beaches with fine gray sand and calm waters. In the early 2000s, there was an attempt to build an ecotourism resort on Isla Rebeca but the project was abandoned which many of the facilities half built. The island is considered to be a nature reserve with species such as raccoons, iguanas and many species of water birds. The island has an extension of about 200 hectares. Born in Paraíso (Paraíso, Tabasco), Tabasco, Palma starred in a dozen films before a dispute with Jorge Negrete, then-president of the National Association of Actors (ANDA), led to her being banned from the Mexican film industry.


Muang Sing

"MSTeh" The locals manufacture banners with bright colors such as orange, pink, blue, green, red and purple and often feature animals, humans and with Buddhist themes. The banners are typically 2 or 3 metres in length and 1 ft in diameter and are often adorned with beads, sequins, tassels, metal foil and paper. A notable local dish is ''Khao soi'' (English: "rice cut"), a Lao noodle soup, made by slicing a rice pancake into strips with scissors. Khao soi noodles are particularly popular amongst the Tai Lue and Tai Neua villagers, especially in the village of Ban Siliheung.


Fort Nelson, British Columbia

**Muncho Lake (Muncho Lake Provincial Park) (of blue-green color, due to glacial flour (Rock flour)) **Rafting on the Liard River On 18 June 2005, people in Fort Nelson held a water balloon fight with over 40000 water balloons being tossed in less than three minutes. At the time, it was a world record.


Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

by expatriates. The westernmost beach is Playa Bacocho with upscale beach clubs. It has fine, soft sand, palm trees, warm, blue-green water and a moderate surf although the far west part of the beach can have a strong undertow. It faces southwest, offering good sunset views. West from Bacocho are still undeveloped beaches. Transportation Puerto Escondido International Airport Media There are an AM and FM radio station and Spanish language weekly newspapers. ''¡Viva Puerto!'' and ''El Sol de la Costa'' are the two local, bilingual magazines. Fiestas de Noviembre The Fiestas de Noviembre (Festivals of November) are held during the month into the beginning of December. Events are scheduled in the San Pedro Mixtepec and Santa María Colotepec jurisdictions and there is little coordination between the events. This usually means a large number of events, more than a few concurrent and competing for attendees. Zicatela events are often staged on Playa Zicatela while the uptown events are often on Playa Principal or the municipal plaza west and above the main beach.


Komi Republic

bars of, from top to bottom, medium blue, green, and white. Together, they represent Komi's natural wealth. The blue represents the splendour and spaciousness of the northern sky. The green represents nature, its bounty, and the taiga. The white represents the color of snow, the purity of nature in the north, simplicity, and austerity, as well as Komi being a country in the north. According to a different interpretation, the white represents the equality and unity of the people and cultures


Khiva

have been known to give visitors "unofficial" tours of the interior structure, for a fee. Kalta Minor dates from the 19th cent. Apparently it has never been completed. It is 14 m in diameter at its base and 26 m high. According to the legend ''Amir Khan'' intended to build a minaret from the top of which he could see to Buchara, 400 km away. After his death in 1855 the construction works came to a halt. The varied pattern of coloured glazed tiles in white, blue, green and a brownish yellow form a perfect harmony. * WikiPedia:Khiva Commons:Category:Khiva Dmoz:Regional Asia Uzbekistan Localities Khiva


Wuxi

chemical plant in November, 2005, and drinking water source pollution by algae in the Tai Lake, Wuxi in May 2007. In the latter case there was a "bloom of blue-green algae that gave off a rotten smell" shutting off the main source of drinking water supply to 5.8 million people. By September 2007, the city had closed or given notice to close more than 1,340 polluting factories. The city ordered the rest to clean up by June or be permanently shut down. The closing of the factories resulted in a 15% reduction of local GDP. Washington Post:In China, a Green Awakening City Clamps Down on the Polluting Factories That Built Its Econonomy, October 6, 2007, p. A1, accessed on October 14, 2007 The severe pollution had been known for many years, but factories had been allowed to continue to operate until the crisis erupted. *Sunan International Airport, the main airport serving Pyongyong, North Korea *Sunan Shuofang International Airport, an airport serving the cities of Wuxi and Suzhou, China * '''ZSWU''' (WHU) – Wuhu Airport – Wuhu, Anhui * '''ZSWX''' (WUX) – Sunan Shuofang International Airport – Wuxi, Jiangsu * '''ZSWY''' (WUS) – Nanping Wuyishan Airport – Wuyishan, Nanping, Fujian He was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu. He studied at Pomona College, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1920, and he then pursued a M.A. in history at The University of Chicago. In Spring 1922, he enrolled at Harvard University for a history PhD; there he assisted Charles Haskins. However, A year later, he left the United States for Germany, and completed his doctorate at Berlin University. In 1924, he earned an academic position at Beijing University. '''A Fu''' ( WikiPedia:Wuxi Commons:Category:Wuxi Dmoz:Regional Asia China Jiangsu Wuxi


Grodno

). Farny catholic church..jpg thumb The Jesuit Cathedral of Hrodna (1678–1705). Medieval The oldest extant structure in Hrodna is the Kalozha Church of Sts. Boris and Gleb (Boris and Gleb) (Belarusian: ''Каложская царква''). It is the only surviving monument of ancient Black Ruthenian architecture, distinguished from other Orthodox churches by prolific use of polychrome faceted stones of blue, green or red tint which could be arranged


Hohhot

Chéng'' ( ), literally, "Blue Green (Distinguishing blue from green in language#Chinese) City." Chinese "qing" has traditionally been a color between "blue" and "green" in English, leading some modern sources to translate ''Qing Cheng'' into English as "Green City" instead of "Blue City," including, for example, the official website of Hohhot. History


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