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Petrolia, California

, migrating gray whales can be seen from shore, as well as colonies of harbor seals (pinniped) and sea lions. Local residents use the Mattole River for swimming, rafting, canoeing, kayaking and catch and release fly fishing. History The area was originally settled by the Mattole or Pacific Coast Athapaskan Indians,


Gabriola Island

an established community spread around the island. On the island, housing, roads, shopping centres, restaurants, a library, an elementary school, and a museum are found. Its cultural life includes annual festivals related to art, poetry, gardens, music, boating, and fishing. History Pre-contact Gabriola is part of the traditional territory of the Snunéymux (Snuneymuxw First Nation),


Huanchaco

Tours_of_Colonial_Trujillo_Peru Colonial Trujillo photos References Category:Beaches of Peru Category:Surfing locations in Peru Category:Fishing villages Category:Beaches of Trujillo, Peru Category:Cities in La Libertad Region Category:Localities of Trujillo, Peru *Contralmirante Villar (Contralmirante Villar Province), Tumbes (Tumbes Region) *Huanchaco, Trujillo (Trujillo, Peru) *Mancora (Máncora), Piura


Easton, Pennsylvania

) commemorating this event. Historians of angling believe that Samuel Phillipe, an Easton gunsmith, invented the six-strip split-cane Bamboo fly rod. A Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission plaque near Center Square commemorates this event. Geography


Malta

, this is known as a junior college. The municipal government of the city of Paris uses the word "sixth form college" as the English name for a lycée. "Children & families." City of Paris. Retrieved on 20 July 2010. Fishing History Within the last few decades, Ardmore has lost its status as a fishing village as fishing laws became more restrictive and the traditional way of life was given little consideration by the EU (European Union#Governance) and national lawmakers (Government of Ireland). Vital harbour development remains unfunded and larger fishing vessels are unable to utilise the present docking facilities due to a lack of water depth. However, a small number of fishermen maintain some of the old fishing practices as they continue to fish from Ardmore. The ''Samson'', a crane ship, was wrecked on Ram Head, near the village, during a December storm in 1987 as it was being towed from Liverpool to Malta. Its wreck is now a popular diving spot. There are many other older wrecks in the bay area including the ''Marechal de Noailles'', ''Bandon'', ''Peri'', ''Scotland'', ''Sextusa'' and ''Peg Tranton'', and more recently ''Anne Sophie'' and ''Fee des Ondes''. The remaining keel of the latter wreck may still be seen at low tide on the main beach. '''Raymond du Puy de Provence''' (1083–1160) was a French (France) knight and was the first Grand Master (Grand Master (order)) of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Knights Hospitaller) from 1120 to 1160. A member of a noble and ancient family in Dauphiné, Rochefort and Montbrun, he was the son of Hughes Du Puy, Seigneur de Peyrins, d'Apifer, et de Rochefort, Governor of Acre (Acre, Israel) and a general serving under Godfrey of Bouillon and was also related to Adhemar of Le Puy, the papal legate during the First Crusade. As the first Grand Master he developed the Knights Hospitaller into a strong military force. He made the eight-pointed cross the official symbol of the Order, which later became known as the Maltese Cross (Maltese Cross (symbol)) after the establishment of the Order on Malta. Raymond also divided the membership of the Order into clerical, military, and serving brothers and established the first significant Hospitaller infirmary near the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. He was present at the capture of Ascalon (Battle of Ascalon (1153)) in 1153. England Lionhearts are selected from players in the Rugby League Conference. England Lionhearts Official Website – News Retrieved on 5 February 2007. But they started playing as the "The Rugby League Conference Lionhearts", playing other representative teams. In 2000 they competed in the first round of the Challenge Cup losing against Eccles, and losing to Featherstone Lions in the same round in 2001. In 2002 they changed their name to the England Lionhearts, so that they could compete in the Amateur Four Nations competitions against Wales A, Scotland A and Ireland A each year. Likewise those teams are made up of domestic talent in those countries. In 2006 they halted the Welsh dominance of the competition, winning the tournament for the first time. But they were unable to hold onto their trophy, finishing third in 2007 behind Wales and Ireland. England Lionhearts Official Website – Home Nations Standings Retrieved on 2 July 2008. In October 2005 the Lionhearts played the Malta national team (Malta national rugby league team), in what was the first ever rugby league game played in Malta. The Lionhearts lost 36–6. On 6 May 2006 the team played Serbia in Pančevo and won 50–4. The term originates from the value of a pound (pound (mass)) weight (


Liverpool

, running alongside it on new tracks, then paralleling the M25 motorway, entering a new tunnel between Leatherhead and Merstham and then running alongside existing railways via Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


France

historical period of the island, the 16th century, French (France) explorers found members of the Neutral Nation of Native Americans, also known as the Attawandaron, living on the island; by 1651, the nearby Seneca Nation (Seneca tribe) had chased off or killed the Neutrals, having also absorbed some of the survivors. The Seneca used the island for hunting and fishing. History Two forts were built (c. 1731) near the current location of the town, Fort St. Frédéric by the France French


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