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Trelleborg

was situated on the ancient main road between Trelleborg and Helsingborg in what was to become the Danish kingdom (Denmark). The original foundation of Uppåkra is dated to the first century AD (Anno Domini), although its importance appears to have increased in the fifth century. It seems likely that the rulers of Uppåkra by then wielded influence over most or all of West Scania, i.e. the land along the Trelleborg–Helsingborg main road, known for extraordinarily fertile plains


Helsingborg

woman from a worker's family at the time. But she had set her mind on going to America (United States). Anna Q. Nilsson'' (Internet Movie Database) History Uppåkra was situated on the ancient main road between Trelleborg and Helsingborg in what was to become the Danish kingdom (Denmark). The original foundation of Uppåkra is dated to the first century AD (Anno Domini), although its importance appears to have increased


Leicester

a blend of garage rock, the more alternative forms of rock, pop, hip-hop, and electronica. The musical genre found favour with adherents of the earlier Post-punk roots of Gothic rock such as Mick Mercer which by the late 1980s had changed character significantly. The ancient main street through the centre of the village running south to Leicester and north towards Coalville was classified as the A50 (A50 road) under the Great Britain road numbering scheme British


Sri Lanka

. Ancient thumb upright 250px Avukana Buddha statue (File:Buda de Avukana - 01.jpg), a 12m standing Buddha statue belongs to the reign of Dhatusena (Dhatusena of Anuradhapura), 5th century AD According to the ''Mahāvamsa (Mahavamsa)'', a chronicle written in the Pāli (Pali) language, the original inhabitants of Sri Lanka are the Yakshas and Naga (Naga people (Lanka))s. but Sinhalese history traditionally starts in 543 B.C with the Vijaya


Pakistan

plausible location is just south of the city of Jhelum, where the ancient main road crossed the river, and where a Buddhist source indeed mentions a city that may be Nicaea. The identification of the battle site near modern Jalalpur (Jalalpur Sharif) Haranpur is certainly erroneous, as the river, in the ancient times, meandered far from these cities. P.H.L. Eggermont, ''Alexander's campaign in Southern Punjab'' (1993). During the conflict in Afghanistan, Banfield


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