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New Belgrade

used for extremely heavy lifting. Before the actual construction started, the terrain was evenly covered with sand from the Sava and the Danube rivers in an effort to dry out the land and raise it above the reach of flooding and underground streams. Among the first to go up was the SIV 1 building, which housed the Federal Executive Council (Federal Executive Council (Yugoslavia)) (SIV). The building has 75,000 square metres of usable space. Built during the Socialist Federal Republic


Zunyi

Guizhou during the Song and Yuan Dynasties. During the 19th century, the walled city of Zunyi enjoyed prominence as a trading town but became a Chinese landmark after the 1935 Zunyi Conference. After breaking out of the KMT encirclement around the Jiangxi Soviet, the CCP and Red Army fled west across Hunan and into Guizhou. During the retreat they suffered extremely heavy losses due to the aggressive and direct military confrontation tactics favored by the pro-Soviet or Comintern faction


Bluefields

climate (Köppen (Köppen climate classification) ''Af''). There is a drier period from February to April, but the trade winds ensure that unlike the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, rain still falls frequently during this period. For the rest of the year when tropical low pressure dominates rainfall is extremely heavy, helped by the coast being shaped in such a manner as to intercept winds from the south as prevail during the northern summer. WikiPedia:Bluefields Dmoz:Regional Central America Nicaragua Localities Bluefields Commons:Category:Bluefields, Nicaragua


Fort McMurray

: www.oilsands.alberta.ca about.html title Alberta's Oil Sands About the Oil Sands date 20100917111445 "Oil sands or tar sands? The oil sands contain a type of heavy oil called bitumen – oil similar in consistency to tar but chemically very different. Tar is a man-made substance produced from organic material, usually coal." are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada - roughly centred


Peace River, Alberta

similarities with actual tar, "Oil sands or tar sands? The oil sands contain a type of heavy oil called bitumen – oil similar in consistency to tar but chemically very different. Tar is a man-made substance produced from organic material, usually coal." are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located


Nha Trang

History thumb 300px left Po Nagar towers at the mouth of Cái River (Image:Nha Trang Tours Cham.jpg) From 1653 to the 19th century, Nha Trang was a deserted area rich in wildlife (animals like tigers) and was a part of Hà Bạc, Vĩnh Xương County, Diên Khánh Province. After just two decades in the early 20th century, Nha Trang underwent a rapid change. On 30 August 1924, the Governor-General of French Indochina decreed Nha Trang as a townlet (centre urbain). According to J.O.I.C page 1689, a copy from French version kept as archives Monographical Department of Khanh Hoa Province Library. Nha Trang Townlet was established from the ancient villages of Xương Huân, Phương


Tobruk

with the Transvaal Horse Artillery Regiment (Transvaal Horse Artillery), took part in the fighting at Sidi Rezegh (1st Infantry Division (South Africa)) culminating on 23 November 1941 with the German armour overwhelming the Allied forces, destroying 5 Brigade, and breaking through to the Eighth Army's rear areas on the Libyan border with Egypt. The casualties of the South African Irish were extremely heavy (only 140 men of all ranks survived), including its commanding officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Dobbs


Cuernavaca

of the borough is urbanized. This area accounts for over 80% of the borough population, who live in a mix of middle class residential areas and large apartment complexes for the lower classes. This northern area is crossed by a number of major road arteries such as the Anillo Periférico, Calzada de Tlalpan, Viaducto-Tlalpan, Acoxpa, Division del Norte Miramontes, which experience extremely heavy traffic during rush hour. ref name "peligra" >


Johnstown, Pennsylvania

Flood of 1889''' as it became known locally) occurred on May 31, 1889. It was the result of the catastrophic failure of the South Fork Dam situated upstream of the town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA, made worse by several days of extremely heavy rainfall. The dam's failure unleashed a torrent of 20 million tons of water (4.8 billion U.S. gallons; 18.2 million cubic meters; 18.2 billion litres). The flood killed over 2,200 people ref name


Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

lampposts. Several events, including a Beach Boys concert, were planned but canceled due to extremely heavy rains which caused most of the city's population to evacuate on June 28, 2006. The Bicentennial (Wikt:bicentennial) celebration took place on Labor Day weekend, Sunday September 3, 2006, and was attended by Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell


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