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Gevgelija

Bogdanci with Dojran, Strumica and Valandovo passes through the valley of the river Paljurska. This road connects Gevgelija and Dojran. In the past the road that connect Gevgelija with Aegean Macedonia was very frequent. Bogdanci’s good geographical position in the ravine, the traffic importance and the economic function in the region are the reasons that Bogdanci was and still is a dynamic hearth for the gravitation of the settlements from the Dojran’s and Gevgelian

Paljurska. This road connects Gevgelija and Dojran. In the past the road that connect Gevgelija with Aegean Macedonia was very frequent. Bogdanci’s good geographical position in the ravine, the traffic importance and the economic function in the region are the reasons that Bogdanci was and still is a dynamic hearth for the gravitation of the settlements from the Dojran’s and Gevgelian ravines. In the past the traffic was not developed enough and that’s why the relief

Gevgelija with Aegean Macedonia was very frequent. Bogdanci’s good geographical position in the ravine, the traffic importance and the economic function in the region are the reasons that Bogdanci was and still is a dynamic hearth for the gravitation of the settlements from the Dojran’s and Gevgelian ravines. In the past the traffic was not developed enough and that’s why the relief was the main factor for the intensity of the gravitation occupy in some ways. Most villages of the region


Pleiku

and Fulghum, pp. 50–51. but were dismantled and fled in chaos. Dougan and Fulghum, p. 51. During the Johnson presidency (Lyndon B. Johnson), Mansfield became a frequent and vocal critic of US involvement in the Vietnam War. In February 1965 he lobbied against escalating aerial bombardment of North Vietnam in the aftermath of Pleiku, arguing in a letter to the president that Operation Rolling

, but they are not frequent. There are frequent buses to Quy Nhon (3 hours, 80,000 dong as of Mar 2011). Mai Linh buses depart at 07:30 and 13:30. Mai Linh has a night bus that leaves Da Nang around 21:00 and reaches Pleiku in the early morning (160,000 dong, Mar 2011). There are also frequent buses to and from Buon Ma Thuot. Mai Linh and Dien Hong have bueses to Laos - Attapeu, Xekong, and Pakse. Mai Linh buses to Attapeu (175,000 dong, Mar 2011) takes around 7 hours

, to Pakse around 12 hours. Departure in Attapeu is at 07:00 and in Pleiku 07:30. The fares include lunch in Ngoc Hoi. From Kontum frequent buses stop in a station near the market. 22.000 dong (Dec 2013) By plane Pleiku's tiny airport is 5 km north of the city centre and has flights with small airplanes (ATRs, Fokkers) to Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, and Da Nang. A xe om from the city center is likely to cost 30,000 dong, a taxi should be between 50,000-100,000 dong


Padang

'', ''Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Barat'' and ''Tamansiswa University''. Climate Padang features a tropical rainforest climate under Köppen’s climate classification (Köppen climate classification). Padang is one of Indonesia’s wettest cities, with frequent rainfall throughout the course of the year. The city averages roughly 4300 mm of rain per year. Padang’s driest month is February, where 250 mm of precipitation on average is observed. The city temperatures

friendly people. The city is also the home of the delicious Padang food and the town is stuffed with restaurants and street stalls. The locally available guidebook 'Sozzie Sumatra' can be referred to on arrival for upcoming local events and a current 'what to do' section. Get in By plane '''Minangkabau International Airport''' (Bandara Internasional Minangkabau - BIM) (PDG), located 23 km north-west of Padang, is the main gateway to West Sumatra, with frequent flights to destinations

, near the beach and a shopping center. * *


Basankusu

; BASANKUSU : Climat, températures, précipitations, ensoleillement Being close to a major river and enduring frequent, heavy tropical rainfall, Basankusu is prone to the damaging effects of water. In July, 2010, the town was affected by flooding, Inondations à Basankusu: mille quatre cents sans abri with 1,400

people made homeless. Roads, which are all non-metalled, and bridges were also affected. Such frequent harsh weather conditions have an effect on the quality of life for local people. Waterborne diseases can become more prevalent, and the transport of goods, such as food, medicine, and trade goods, becomes more difficult. Commerce File:Soeurs Thérésiennes de Basankusu.jpg 260px thumb left The Catholic religious order, the Theresienne Sisters of Basankusu at a mass for the taking

for the Liberation of Congo , MLC) hands and cut off from trade and relief from the rest of the world. The roads within Basankusu are non-metalled and prone to erosion from the frequent, torrential downpours. Roads to other towns and villages are also non-metalled; their condition has continued to decline since the country's independence from Belgium in 1960. The metal Bailey bridges, which span ravines and streams along the roads, are also in very poor condition and in danger


Leshan

) ! Duration (HH:MM) ! Lunch-Stop ! Last Update - Chengdu 46.00 Frequent 2:30 No May 2011 - Emei ? ? ? ? February 2008 - Jiajiang 7.00 Frequent ? ? 26 April 2008 - Kangding 116.00+ ? ? Yes February 2008 - Meishan ? ? ? No February 2008 - Pengshan 23.00 ?, 11:30, ? 1:00 No 12 February 2008<

No 15 February 2008 Xiaoba Station (肖坝站 ''xiàobà zhàn'') class "wikitable" ! Destination ! Price (¥) ! Departures (HH:MM) ! Duration (HH:MM) ! Lunch-Stop ! Last update - Mount Emei (Baoguo Si) 11.00 07:30 - ? Frequent 1:00 No 4 May 2008 small

- Chengdu (Xinnanmen) 43.00 07:30 - ? Frequent 2:00 No 5 March 2008 - Emei ? ? ? No 4 May 2008 Train The nearest train stations are in Emei and Jiajiang, both about forty minutes away by bus. These stations are on the Kunming-Xian railway line and this can be the cheapest way to reach Chengdu. :) Ticket Offices *


Tanjung Pinang

;ref name Eliot 1819–1963 Keen to attract Asian and European traders to the new port, Raffles directed that land along the banks of the Singapore River, particularly the south bank, be reclaimed where necessary and allocated to Chinese and English country traders to encourage them to establish a stake in the port-settlement. Chinese traders, because of their frequent commercial interactions with Southeast Asian traders throughout the year, set up their trading houses along

). * From Malaysia; there are also less frequent connections from Stulang Laut port of Johor Bahru, Malaysia (three hours away). * From other Riau Islands with varying frequency. The Bintan Resorts on the northern part of Bintan, Tanjung Pinang is about 50 minutes by speedboat, although connections are not frequent. See the main Bintan article for ferry connection details. Especially on weekends, it's advisable to '''reconfirm your ferry tickets''' out as soon as you arrive. If you're staying


Zinder

''Sakkwatanci'', and to a lesser extent ''Gaananci''), the northernmost dialects have slight grammatical and lexical differences owing to frequent contact with the Zarma (Zarma people) and Tuareg (Tuareg people) groups and cultural changes owing to the geographical differences between the grassland and desert zones. These dialects also border on the pitch accents of non-Hausa speakers, owing to between Berber (Berber people) and Arabic speakers. Early historical period

is located in present day niger. The emirate has frequently been at war with the nearby cities of Hadejia, Danzomo, Kano, and Zinder since 1828. The war with Hadejia continued until the death of Gumel's emir, Abdullahi, in 1872. Before Emir Ahmadu accepted British (United Kingdom) rule in 1903 frequent slave raids from the town of Zinder were common. In 1976 Gumel became part of Kano State, and since 1991 it has been part of Jigawa State near by Danzomo, Gagarawa, Sule

, with traditional ornaments. '''Zinder''' is a city in Southern Niger. Understand Capital of Niger until 1927, when it moved to Niamey. Get in By plane There's a small airport that has a bar open at night. Finding a taxi is next to impossible unless you have someone at hand who can help you find one. By car By bus Taking a bus to Zinder is the best way and, if there are no problems, the trip from Niamey takes 12 to 13 hours. The bus makes frequent stops, about every hour


Trpanj

of defenses along the coast, including the one on the top of Gradina, in an attempt to reclaim the lands lost to invading tribes and to ensure safe passage of trade. Throughout centuries the Neretva channel was a very important merchant sea route. Frequent changes of state boundaries never caused the traffic to stop. Greek (Greece) vessels used the channel to transport ingredients for the production of incense to Corinth, while Romans mostly used it to trade wine in amphoras. Later

of Zahumlje, Pelješac underwent frequent changes of rulers. Samuil of Bulgaria (992-1018) ruled Pelješac, then Duklja in 1042, followed by Raška (Raška (state)) in 1148. In 1168 Zahumlje and Pelješac came under the rule of Stefan Nemanja of Raška. When his brother Miroslav took over, he expelled bishop Donat from Ston and Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Church) priests arrived in Pelješac. The Catholic population was then served by the Benedictine monks from the island

during a pirate attack which were frequent in that year. The same bishop consecrated a restored church and urged the residents to keep the main altar in good condition. He only mentioned the main altar as other altars were the responsibility of the individual families that had built them. Hence it can be found in records that don Agostino di Agostino in his will read on 14 August 1679 instructs his brothers to decorate and take care of his altar in the church. At the end of August 1679 the church


Huanchaco

) the northern coast of Peru famous for its surfing and the local fishermen's "caballitos". It is a place to relax after visiting Trujillo (Trujillo (Peru))'s colonial centre & archaeological sites. It´s got a nice mellow beach vibe, lots of places to sleep and eat and is just 20 minutes by bus from Trujillo's centre. thumb Huanchaco beach (Image:MuelleHuanchaco4.jpg) Get in The long distant bus terminals are all in Trujillo (Trujillo (Peru)). Frequent kombis & taxis cost

PES 1.50 & PES 12 respectively, from Trujillo or the airport. Taxi drivers prefer to persuade tourists to come to Huanchaco, as there are more opportunities to overcharge from the Trujillo bus terminals, & obtain return trips. For surfers, buses leave Trujillo's Santa Cruz terminal for Puerto Malabrigo (Chicama) every 2 hours. 'Transportes Linea' have the most frequent buses to Pacasmayo, & 'Ormeño' others near

Ormeño) are the most frequent to Mancora. The airport is between Trujillo and Huanchaco. Huanchaco is outside of Trujillo, which is 560km north of Lima. Flying into Lima leaves one with two options on how to get to Trujillo. There is an hour flight to the Trujillo airport that costs about USD80 or you can take an eight hour bus ride to Trujillo which costs between USD7-27. When to come Note that while Peru's northern beaches are supposedly marvellous during the coastal summer (December


Kazakh Khanate

that existed in 1456–1847, located roughly on the territory of present-day Republic of Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan). At its height the khanate ruled from eastern Cumania (modern-day West Kazakhstan) to most of Uzbekistan, Karakalpakstan and the Syr Darya river with military confrontation as far as Astrakhan and Khorasan Province, which is now in Iran. Slaves were also captured by frequent Kazakh raids on territory belonging to Russia, Eastern Destiny: Russia

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&ei -2fzUJacFsTMtAbssYBg&ved 0CC4Q6AEwAA The History of the Central Asian Republics By Peter Roudik In 1722, they stole cattle, robbed from Russian villages and people trapped in captivity and sold in the slave markets of Central Asia (in 1722 in Bukhara were over 5,000 Russian prisoners). In the middle of the 17th century, 500 Russians were annually sold to Khiva by Kazakhs. In 1730, the Kazakhs' frequent raids into Russian lands were a constant irritant and resulted


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