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Kayes

in Senegal (including Thiès) and Mali (including Kayes, Kita (Kita, Mali), Kati, Bamako). The line covers a course of 1,287 km of which 641 km lies in Mali. birth_date 1942 birth_place Kayes, Mali death_date '''Boubacar Traoré''' (born 1942 in Kayes, Mali) is a renowned singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Traoré also goes by the nickname '''Kar Kar''', "the one who dribbles too much" in Bambara language Bambara


Landskrona

Bridge did ''Flygbåtarna AB'' threw in the towel. http: www.sydsvenskan.se oresundsbron flygbatarna-var-ett-satt-att-leva http: nfo.nu ?p 116933 , last line covers Landskrona-Copenhagen as well Sports The following sports clubs are located in Landskrona: * Landskrona BoIS (association football) See also * List of Swedish wars * Ven, Sweden * List of cities with trolleybuses References


Suwon

. This line covers a large part of the Seoul National Capital Area. The line first opened in 1974 between Seoul Station and Cheongnyangni Station (Cheongnyangni Station (underground)), the only underground portion (Seoul Subway Line 1 (Metro)) of the line (7.8 km), operated by Seoul Metro. In 2000, the adjacent Korail lines were officially integrated together as part of Line 1. Commuter railway service was recently extended to Sinchang (Sinchang Station) in December 2008


Incheon

in the southwest, and Sinchang via Suwon and Cheonan in the south. This line covers a large part of the Seoul National Capital Area. The line first opened in 1974 between Seoul Station and Cheongnyangni Station (Cheongnyangni Station (underground)), the only underground portion (Seoul Subway Line 1 (Metro)) of the line (7.8 km), operated by Seoul Metro. In 2000, the adjacent Korail lines were officially integrated together as part of Line 1. Commuter


Dakar

) and Mali (including Kayes, Kita (Kita, Mali), Kati, Bamako). The line covers a course of 1,287 km of which 641 km lies in Mali. 1970s and 80s A live album, 10 ''Ans De Succes'', was recorded during a 1971 concert, but set-back for the band came on April 5th, 1973 when Demba Camara was killed in an auto accident on his way to a concert in Dakar. Although they remained together, Bembeya Jazz National was unable to duplicate the success of their earliest


Mali

and began the Traoré dynasty, which would last into the late 19th century. The '''Dakar–Niger Railway''' connects Dakar, (Senegal) to Koulikoro, (Mali). The name refers to the Niger River, not the Republic of Niger. It serves many cities in Senegal (including Thiès) and Mali (including Kayes, Kita (Kita, Mali), Kati, Bamako). The line covers a course of 1,287 km of which 641 km lies in Mali. Post-independence operation


Seoul

(Metropolitan) Subway Line 1''' of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway, formerly known as the '''Korea National Railroad of Seoul''', is an operation channel which links central Seoul, South Korea to Soyosan Station in the northeast, Incheon in the southwest, and Sinchang via Suwon and Cheonan in the south. This line covers a large part of the Seoul National Capital Area. The line first opened in 1974 between Seoul Station and Cheongnyangni Station (underground


Mexico City

estación Buenavista.jpg thumb right Buenavista Station The initial line covers a route measuring from Mexico City's (Mexico City) Buenavista Station north to Cuautitlán (Cuautitlán Izcalli), in the State of Mexico (Estado de México). This initial section, which began commercial service on June 2, 2008 (after three weeks of fare-free (zero-fare) trial operation), cost US$706 million to build, with the Mexican Federal


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