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Turku

to the museum's ticket office. Right next to the Museums is the wonderfully green Sports Park of Turku (''Urheilupuisto''). thumb The Qwensel House, with the Pharmacy Museum. (File:Turun apteekkimuseo.jpg) *


The Bronx

, Woodlawn Cemetery (Woodlawn Cemetery (Bronx, New York)) medium green, sports facilities dark green, the not-yet-built Jerome Park Reservoir light blue, St. John's College (now Fordham University) in violet, and the city limits of the newly expanded New York in red. FUTURE OF NEW WARDS; New-York's Possession in Westchester County Rapidly Developing. ''The New York Times'', Wednesday, May 17


Mexico City

, the "Tartan" tracks of the late 1960s were the second generation of all-weather track surfacing. Before that, there were several tracks constructed of rubber (usually tire shavings) and asphalt. The first recorded use of a Tartan Track surface in competition in England was a long jump at the Norman Green Sports Centre in Solihull, September 16, 1967 http: www.runtrackdir.com details.asp?track solihull , though there were earlier uses in the United States. '''Zambia''' competed at the '''1968 Summer Olympics''' in Mexico City, Mexico. Previously, the nation had competed as Northern Rhodesia. The ANDA is headquartered in the ''colonia'' (borough) San Rafael (San Rafael, D.F.) of Mexico City and presided over by Áaron Hernán as general secretary. These first insurgents eventually fell. The four main participants—Miguel Hidalgo, Ignacio Allende, Juan Aldama, and José Mariano Jiménez were beheaded. The four heads were hung from the corners of the Alhóndiga, to discourage other independence movements. The heads remained hanging for ten years, until Mexico achieved its independence. They were then taken to Mexico City and put to rest under ''el Ángel de la Independencia (El Ángel)''. death_date 1984 death_place Mexico City, Mexico nationality Guatemalan DATE OF DEATH 1984 PLACE OF DEATH Mexico City, Mexico In 2000 Koubek won his second title on the hardcourts at Delray Beach, defeating Álex Calatrava. He reached the semi finals at Mexico City, losing to Juan Ignacio Chela. He reached his highest singles rank to date on March 13, 2000, when he became the world number 20. Playing career The Montreal, Quebec native impressed in his youth with the North Shore hockey team in the QAHA then with Lac St. Louis Lions of the Quebec Midget AAA Hockey League before making his Quebec Major Junior Hockey League debut with the St-Jean Lynx in 1993-94. That same year, Jason lead Team Quebec to a gold medal in dazzling fashion at World Under-17 Hockey Challenge where he scored the tying and game-winning goal in the final game against Team USA. The following year he represented Team Canada at the World Under-18 Tournament in Mexico City - taking home the gold medal. He was chosen 34th overall by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft after scoring 55 points and registering 259 penalty minutes with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Laval Titan's and played in the Canadian Hockey League all-star game. In 1996 he was returned to the QMJHL where he lead the Granby Predateurs to the President's Cup - winning the coveted Guy Lafleur Trophy as the playoff MVP and then on to a Memorial Cup Championship where he was named as a first team all-star. That same year he was named team Captain for the West Team at QMJHL all-star game. The next year Jason was a member of Team Canada when it won the gold medal at the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Switzerland. birth_date Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Federal District Commons:Category:Mexico City Wikipedia:Mexico City


Bristol

. '''Cadbury Heath F.C.''' are a football (Association football) club based in Cadbury Heath, Bristol, England. They were among the founding members of the Gloucestershire County League in 1968 and have won the title 7 times and runners-up on 4 occasions. '''Longwell Green Sports F.C.''' is a football (association football) club based in the Bristol Suburb of Longwell Green, in England. They are currently members of the Western League (Western Football League) Premier Division which is Step 5 of the National League System. The club is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA. '''Frenchay Hospital''' is a large hospital situated in Frenchay, South Gloucestershire, on the north east outskirts of Bristol, England. It is part of the North Bristol NHS Trust. '''Southmead Hospital''' is a large hospital, situated in the northern suburbs of Bristol, England, part of the North Bristol NHS Trust. thumb right Interior of TK Maxx on Gracechurch Street (File:TKMaxxlondon2.jpg), London. The first T.K. Maxx opened in Bristol in 1994. Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Manhattan

in 1896 (NY Times) - re-tinted.png thumb right 400px ''New York Times'' 1896 map of parks and transit in the newly-annexed Bronx. Marble Hill (Marble Hill, Manhattan) is in pink, cut off by water from the rest of Manhattan in orange. Parks are light green, Woodlawn Cemetery (Woodlawn Cemetery (Bronx, New York)) medium green, sports facilities dark green, the not-yet-built Jerome Park Reservoir light blue, St. John's College (now Fordham University) in violet, and the city limits


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