Vágur

are for 13, 19, 42 and 49 persons. * Phone: 227228, AH Taxi, Trongisvágur. Taxi (two cars). * Phone: 215210 or 250350, David Findleton, Taxi and minibus. * Phone: 226566, Mikkjal Pauli Johansen, Trongisvágur,bus * Phone: 212324, Fámjins Bygdaleið, Fámjin, Two busses for 14 and 19 persons. '''Rent a car in Suðuroy''' * '''ADI Auto Service''', Sjógøta 79, FO-800 Tvøroyri, phone +298 222328. Description: ADI Auto Service has a few cars and pick-up's for hire. Two Skoda Sabia, one Ford Mondeo, one

Daewoo, 2 pick-up's and one jeep in which you can drive up in the mountains. Price for one of the cars is 500 DKK for one day. If you hire the car for more than one day the price is 350 DKK pr. day. Free kilometer. (These information are from 2010, the cars and prices may change in time). * '''Magn''' petrol station in Trongisvagur, phone +298 371466 See *

directions In the western part of the village next to the DJ Vilhelm supermarket. phone +298 597368 tollfree fax hours By appointment price 30 DKK content Ruth Smith (1913-1958) was born in Vágur and grew up here too. Later she moved to Denmark, where she studied art. She is famous in several countries. In the museum you can see art works by Ruth Smith. The nature around Vágur is beautiful and breathtaking. *'''Vágseiði''' is on the west coast, only around 1 km west


Punta del Diablo

27204 area_code +598 4477 website www.alquilaen.com '''Punta del Diablo''' is a village and seaside locality in Uruguay, Rocha Department, east from the capital Montevideo. According to the 2004 census, its permanent population consisted of 389 inhabitants, mostly fishermen and artisans, while during high tourism season, the population swells to approximately 25,000, mostly with Argentinians, Brazilians and Europeans

Geography The village of Punta Del Diablo is situated from the upscale seaside resort town of Punta del Este, and 43&nbsp;km from Chuy (which borders the Brazil city of Chuí). Punta Del Diablo is perched on a gentle rise overlooking the ocean and centered around a square of brightly colored buildings, including houses, shops, restaurants, bars, shops and grocery stores that line sandy lanes.<


Sudak

;A Turkish or Mongolian Islam" in ''The Cambridge Illustrated History of the Middle Ages: 1250–1520,'' p. 298 Konya reached the height of its wealth and influence as of the second half of the 12th century when Anatolian Seljuk sultans also subdued the Anatolian beyliks to their east, especially that of the Danishmends, thus establishing their rule over virtually all of eastern Anatolia, as well as acquiring several port towns along the Mediterranean Sea Mediterranean

of the Mongols: from the 9th to the 19th century”, Sir Henry Hoyle Howorth, Boston, Mass. : Elibron Classics, 2003, pg. 298 Barbaro visited many cities in the Crimea, including Staryi Krym Solcati , Soldaia (Sudak), Cembalo (Balaklava), and Caffa (Feodosiya). Barbaro also traveled to Russia, where he visited Casan and Novogorod (Veliky Novgorod). “Studi


Roussillon

, notably those of the Tavel (Tavel (AOC)) district in the Côtes du Rhône. And the high sugar levels (Sugars (wine)) of Grenache have led to extensive use in fortified wines, including the red vins doux naturels (vin doux naturel) of Roussillon such as Banyuls, and as the basis of most Australian fortified wine. J. Robinson (ed) ''"The Oxford Companion to Wine"'' Third Edition pg 297-298, 333-334 Oxford

under the Crown of Aragon such as Sardinia and Rousillon in southern France. An early synonym for the vine was ''Tinto Aragonés'' (red of Aragon). The grape is known as Cannonau in Sardinia, where it is claimed that it originated there and spread to other Mediterranean lands under Aragon rule. Grenache, under its Spanish synonym Garnacha, was already well established on both sides of the Pyrenees when the Roussillon

region was annexed by France. From there the vine made its way through the Languedoc (Languedoc (wine)) and to the Southern Rhone (Rhone (wine)) region where it was well established by the 19th century. Despite its prevalence in nearby Navarra (Navarra (wine)) and Catalonia, Garnacha was not widely planted in the Rioja (Rioja (wine)) till the early 20th century as vineyards were replanted following the phylloxera epidemic. ref name "Oxford pg 297-298, 333-334" >


Stony Plain, Alberta

state AB Hwy 93 name1 Icefields Parkway in Jasper (Jasper, Alberta) terminus_b British Columbia border west of Jasper (Jasper, Alberta) continues as - div id "298"

; Stony Plain (Westview Health Centre) CSP2 Private Capital Health Authority (Capital Health (Alberta)) Stony Plain (Stony Plain, Alberta) AB (Alberta) - - CSP2 Stony Plain (Westview Health Centre) Heliport (List of heliports in Canada#298) Stony Plain (Stony Plain, Alberta), Alberta - - CSP3 Stony Plain (Lichtner Farms) Airport Stony


Fulton, Oswego County, New York

Route 481 NY&nbsp;481 . I-481 is part of the Veterans Memorial Highway, which extends northward onto NY&nbsp;481. Past the Thruway, a parclo interchange with NY&nbsp;298 (New York State Route 298) (exit&nbsp;7) provides access to the northeastern part of the town of DeWitt and some nearby office parks. As the highway enters the town of Cicero (Cicero, New York), it makes a wide, sweeping turn westward, connecting to Northern Boulevard at exit&nbsp;8 before it once


Xinyang

;ref name "yangint" Deaths by violence Not all deaths during the Great Leap were from starvation. Frank Dikötter estimates that at least 2.5 million people were beaten or tortured to death and 1 to 3 million committed suicide. Dikötter (2010). pp.298 & 304. He provides some illustrative examples. In Xinyang, where over a million died in 1960, 6-7 percent (around 67,000) of these were beaten to death by the militias. In Daoxian county, 10


Czechoslovak Socialist Republic

were converted into Soviet-controlled satellite states, such as the People's Republic of Poland, the People's Republic of Hungary, Granville, Johanna, ''The First Domino: International Decision Making during the Hungarian Crisis of 1956'', Texas A&M University Press, 2004. ISBN 1-58544-298-4 the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, the People's Republic of Romania

; the People's Republic of Poland, the People's Republic of Hungary, Granville, Johanna, ''The First Domino: International Decision Making during the Hungarian Crisis of 1956'', Texas A&M University Press, 2004. ISBN 1-58544-298-4 the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, the People's Republic of Romania and the People's Republic of Albania, ref name "cook17">

Making during the Hungarian Crisis of 1956'', Texas A&M University Press, 2004. ISBN 1-58544-298-4 , the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic


Banlung

; Robinson, pp. 296, 298. The airline has a checkered safety reputation. In 2005, a piece of landing gear snapped off an aging Antonov AN-24 on landing at Banlung (w:Banlung), Ratanakiri (w:Ratanakiri), with 59 passengers aboard. There were no injuries, but the airline was temporarily grounded after the incident. The airline has a checkered safety reputation. In 2005, a piece of landing gear snapped off an aging Antonov AN-24 on landing at w:Banlung Banlung


Hill City, South Dakota

of 2000, there were 780 people, 298 households, and 213 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,013.5 people per square mile (391.1 km 2 ). There were 340 housing units at an average density of 441.8 per square mile (170.5 km 2 ). The racial makeup of the city was 89.74% White (White (U.S. Census)), 3.46% Native American (Native American (U.S. Census)), 0.26% Asian (U.S. Census) Asian

, 4.36% from other races (Race (United States Census)), and 2.18% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 7.05% of the population. There were 298 households out of which 39.3% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 52.3% were married couples (Marriage) living together, 13.1% had a female householder with no husband present, and 28.2% were non-families. 24.5% of all households were made up of individuals and 7.4% had someone living alone who was 65 years


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