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Pereira, Colombia

are its "mirador" (viewing tower) with its extensive views over the Cauca River valley to the west and the Parque Nacional Natural los Nevados (Los Nevados National Natural Park) to the east (it is also possible to see both Armenia and Pereira (Pereira, Colombia) from the top of the tower), and the cafe in the main square where scenes from the popular Colombian telenovela ''Cafe, con aroma de mujer'' were filmed. thumb 300px The viaduct has become a symbol of the cities of Pereira and Dosquebradas. (Image:Viaducto g.jpg) The '''César Gaviria Trujillo Viaduct''' ( Suolahti (consolidated in 2007 with Sumiainen to make Äänekoski), Finland (status unknown) image 300 px (Image:266368 10150687251515634 868425633 19614070 4645723 o.jpg) location Pereira (Pereira, Colombia), Colombia broke_ground '''Estadio Hernán Ramírez Villegas''' is a multi-purpose stadium in Pereira (Pereira, Colombia), Colombia. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches. It is also the home of Deportivo Pereira. The stadium holds 30,313 people. The stadium was built in 1971. The stadium is now under reconstruction for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2011. The stadium is going to host some games and is going to hold 40.000 people. Nuevo Estadio, Así quedaría el estadio de Pereira, July 6, 2009. An upper tier is being added to the stadium to match with the existing west upper tier. Main urban centers *Pereira (Pereira, Colombia), Risaralda Department *Armenia (Armenia, Colombia), Quindío Department *Juan Valdez (International gourmet coffee brand) *Pereira (Pereira, Colombia), Risaralda (Risaralda Department) (Colombian City) *Armenia (Armenia, Colombia), Quindío (Quindío Department) (Colombian City)


Hambleton

as ''Roulston Scar'', is a hill in the Hambleton District (Hambleton) of North Yorkshire in England. It is a high point on the Hambleton Hills and the North York Moors with extensive views over the Vale of York and the Vale of Mowbray. The hill is the site of one of the most important prehistoric monuments in the region—a massive hillfort built in the Iron Age, around 400 BC. '''Youlton''' is a village and civil parish in Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately five miles south-west of Easingwold. '''Ainderby Quernhow''' is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. '''Ainderby Steeple''' is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It was known as '''Eindrebi''' in the Domesday Book. The Church of St. Helen (St Helen's Church, Ainderby Steeple), located in Ainderby Steeple, dates back to the fourteenth century. thumb left St Mary & St Joseph Church (File:St Mary & St Joseph Church, Aiskew.jpg) '''Aiskew''' is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. The village is situated to the immediate north-east of Bedale. It was known as '''Echescol''' in the Domesday Book. Due to expansion of Aiskew and Bedale, the two have essentially merged, the defining line being Bedale Beck. '''Ainderby Mires with Holtby''' is a civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. The parish is bounded to the east by the A1 road (A1 road (Great Britain)), and is about three miles south of Catterick (Catterick, North Yorkshire). It includes the hamlets of Ainderby Mires and Holtby Grange. '''Aldwark''' is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It has a population of 116 (2001 census), and is situated on the River Ouse (River Ouse, Yorkshire) about 14 miles from York. It has a wood called Aldwark Wood and a wood called Aldwark Bridge Wood. thumb left The Ouse at Aldwark (Image:River Ouse at Aldwark.jpg) thumb left The village hall (File:Village Hall at Alne.jpg) '''Alne''' is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England, about twelve miles north-west of York and four miles from Easingwold. The parish has a population of 711 (2001 census). '''Thrintoft''' is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated close to the River Swale, about three miles west of Northallerton. thumb left Village street, Thrintoft (Image:Village Street, Thrintoft.jpg) It was abolished under the Local Government Act 1972 in 1974. The parishes of Girsby and Over Dinsdale went to form part of the new North Yorkshire district of Hambleton, with the rest going to the Richmondshire district. *The Scarborough (Scarborough, North Yorkshire) wards of Filey and Hertford *The Hambleton wards of Easingwold, Helperby, Huby with Sutton, Shipton (Shipton, North Yorkshire), Sowerby (Sowerby, North Yorkshire), Stillington (Stillington, North Yorkshire), Thirsk, Thorntons, Tollerton (Tollerton, North Yorkshire), Topcliffe, White Horse, and Whitestonecliffe '''Ingleby Arncliffe''' (a rough translation from Viking is Anglo Saxons living near Eagle's Rock) - is a small village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. The village itself merges into its smaller neighbour '''Ingleby Cross'''. thumb left upright Old Water Tower, Ingleby Arncliffe (File:Old Water Tower Ingleby Arncliffe.jpg)


Kirklees

: www.visionofbritain.org.uk unit_page.jsp?u_id 10108792&c_id 10001043 , and the 1971 census 51,326 people, making it the fourth least populous county borough in England (after Canterbury, Burton (Burton upon Trent) and Yarmouth (Great Yarmouth)). '''Thornhill''', is a village in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England. Thornhill was absorbed into Dewsbury County Borough in 1910. It is located on a hill on the south side of the River Calder (River Calder, West Yorkshire), and has extensive views


Ipswich

designated as the A50 (A50 road (Great Britain)) trunk road. The road is known as Welford (Welford, Northamptonshire) Road in the village and runs along the top of the ridge on which the village stands giving it extensive views east and west. About


Derby

census '''Alport Height''' is a hill near Wirksworth in Derbyshire. It is a popular picnic site, since it has extensive views to the South, and is the first hill over Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Derbyshire Derby wikipedia:Derby


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Leicester

as Welford (Welford, Northamptonshire) Road in the village and runs along the top of the ridge on which the village stands giving it extensive views east and west. About


Liverpool

-5 The River Mersey flows through the south of Manchester. Much of the inner city, especially in the south, is flat, offering extensive views from many highrise buildings in the city of the foothills and moors of the Pennines, which can often be capped with snow in the winter months. Manchester's geographic features were highly influential in its early development as the world's first industrial city. These features are its climate, its proximity to a port seaport

views over the River Dee (River Dee (Wales)) estuary to the Wirral Peninsula, Liverpool and beyond. The highest part of the road is in the vicinity of Brynford at around 790 feet (240 m). The steep descent towards St Asaph is down the new Rhuallt Hill (Junctions 29 to 28), which also provides the first views of the mountains of Snowdonia in the far distance. There is a crawler lane on Rhuallt Hill for eastbound traffic. The road bypasses St Asaph to the north, and runs past Bodelwyddan and Abergele to reach the North Wales coast at Pensarn (Junction 23A). From here onwards to Bangor (Bangor, Gwynedd), the route is close to the North Wales Coast railway (North Wales Coast Line). Karl first visited England as part of Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Elisabeth of Bavaria) retinue in the late 1870s. The Empress arranged to visit Liverpool and see the famous steeplechase, this provided Kinsky with his first opportunity to witness the event. Later, in 1883, he won the Grand National on his own horse, from the family's own Kinsky breed (Kinsky horse), the mare Zoedone. There are two skins of the bird in existence, one in the collection of the World Museum in Liverpool and the other in the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien in Vienna. There are also several paintings, and some subfossil bones. La Plante's father was a salesman in Liverpool. She attended RADA and began her career as an actress, mainly on television. As Lynda Marchal, she appeared in several popular series including ''Z-Cars'', ''The Sweeney'', ''The Professionals (The Professionals (TV series))'' and ''Bergerac (Bergerac (TV series))''. However as an actress she is perhaps best remembered as the hay-fever suffering ghost Tamara Novek in the BBC children's series ''Rentaghost''. birth_date Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool

.jpg thumb right Climbing up Rhuallt Hill eastwards. From Ewloe, the road is relatively flat until after Northop when it climbs up onto the flanks of Halkyn Mountain range, passing to the southwest of Holywell with major climbs between Northop and Halkyn (Junctions 33 and 32b) and Halkyn and Holywell Summit (Junctions 32 and 31). This section of road is notorious for poor weather conditions including fog, ice and snow in winter months. In fine weather, however there are extensive


Wales

- Sosialistinen Vaihtoehto (website) Lower Brockhampton (Brockhampton, Bringsty), a moated farmhouse on an extensive National Trust (National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty) property, lies a short distance to the east, beyond Bromyard Downs. These are an area of common land lying to the northeast which offers many walks, with extensive views over the town, the Malvern Hills, the Clee Hills, and the Welsh (Wales) borders, with the Black Mountains and other hills beyond. thumb 100px The lane to Avenbury (File:The lane to Avenbury - geograph.org.uk - 44282.jpg) thumb right Erme Primary School — the town's first school (Image:Erme Primary School.jpg) The town has six schools: Four state primary schools, the Dame Hannah Roger's special school, and Ivybridge Community College, the town's secondary (secondary school) state school, which has a sixth form. It has specialist status as a sports college and has recently been given awards in science and mathematics as well as languages. WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


Sheffield

. The village lies just within the Peak District National Park, inside the parks north eastern border and is situated at an altitude of 260 metres (850 feet) and has extensive views across Bradfield Dale towards Derwent Edge and the Dark Peak. The most striking feature of the village is the Church of St. Nicholas, Bradfield, a Grade One Listed building


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