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Sátoraljaújhely

alt Zemplén Kalandpark,Magas-hegyi Sportcentrum url http: www.zemplenkalandpark.hu email address Torzsás u. 25 lat 48.4122 long 21.6371 directions phone hours price Bob sled: Adult 1 5 slip(s) HUF700 2 800; Children 1 5 slip(s) HUF550 2 200; Adventure Park Green Blue Red Black Course HUF1 250 1 400 2 000 2 600, Canopy, Climbing Wall HUF1400, Ski Trails: slip 1 Adult Child HUF1 700 1 400; 10-slip Adult Child HUF2200 2000; 4 hour Adult Children HUF3 300 2 800; 1 day Adult


Falun

2007-06-22 : *Borlänge (Borlänge Municipality) Falun - Borlänge Airport *Gothenburg - Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport '''Gahnite''', ZnAl 2 O 4 , is a rare mineral belonging to the spinel group. It forms octahedral crystals which may be green, blue, yellow, brown or grey. It occurs in Falun, Sweden where it is found in pegmatites and skarns, contact metamorphic rocks. Other occurrences include


Hefei

. A taxi to Municipal Square will cost about ¥20-25. There is no bus that runs direct from the airport to the city center. You can take bus 11, but you will need to get off and connect with another bus along the way. Chinese buses can be packed, so if you are carrying bags, it is best to catch a taxi. By train There is high speed (D train) rail between Shanghai and Hefei. By bus Get around * '''Taxis: Green, blue or orange''' These taxis are metered and start at ¥6


Hermosillo

are clear with a green-blue color. Each year, whales arrive to this area to reproduce in the warm waters. This is the main attraction, bringing visitors from Mexico and abroad. File:Danza del venado.jpg thumb Performance


Goryeo

n celadon" is often referred to as "Goryeo celadon," which is usually a pale green-blue in color. The glaze was developed and refined during the 10th and 11th centuries during the Goryeo period, from which it derives its name. Korean celadon reached its zenith between the 12th and early 13th centuries, however, the Mongol invasions of Korea in the 13th century and persecution by the Joseon Dynasty government destroyed the craft. The Jin general, Puxian Wannu


Middlesbrough

.jpg thumb The River Tees (Portrack Cut) passing through the ''Green-Blue Heart'' of the Tees Corridor between Middlesbrough and Stockton (Stockton-on-Tees) District. In the early 19th century the river was straightened, thus saving money and time in navigation. Between Stockton-on-Tees and Middlesbrough, the river previously meandered first south and then north of its current channel. Two "cuts", known as the Mandale Cut (Tees Navigation Company#The Mandale Cut) and the Portrack Cut (Tees Navigation Company#The Portrack Cut) were made to straighten its course. Before these cuts were made, the journey by sailing barge from Thornaby to Middlesbrough, allowing for tides and other factors, could take as long as the journey from the mouth of the Tees to London. The Mandale Cut was the shorter of the two, at about 200m, with the Portrack Cut being considerably longer, although the northern meander it removed was smaller than the southern meander. Neither meander is visible today, except for the flow of Stainsby Beck (Acklam, Middlesbrough#Stainsby) into a waterway which is marked on maps first as "The Fleet" and then "Old River Tees". The current Tees Barrage is close to the site of the Mandale Cut. - Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge Middlesbrough, United Kingdom align "center" 1911 180 m Yes Refitted motors in 2010. Still in use, not in high winds Puente Transbordador -Buenos Aires, Argentina align "center" 1914 ? No Still in place but disused since 1947. - Middlesbrough Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium style "text-align:center;" 35,049 - * '''Road access:''' The A67 leading to Durham Tees Valley Airport and Darlington in the north west, the A135 leading to the A66 and Stockton in the north, the B1265 leading to the A167 and Northallerton in the west, the A1044 leading to the A174 and Middlesbrough in the east, the A67 leading to the A19 and Thirsk in the south. * '''Rail access:''' Yarm Station (Yarm railway station) also Eaglescliffe railway station death_date origin Middlesbrough, England, United Kingdom instrument Bass (Bass guitar), Guitar, Backing Vocals, piano '''Pete Trewavas''' (born Peter Trewavas, 15 January 1959, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England) is an English (English people) musician. He joined Marillion in 1982, taking over the role of bassist, WikiPedia:Middlesbrough Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Cleveland Middlesbrough Commons:Category:Middlesbrough


Sonora

Spanish accessdate February 15, 2011 Huatabampito is an area of beaches in the south of the state. The beaches have delicate dune of fine sand and the waters are clear with a green-blue color. Each year, whales arrive to this area to reproduce in the warm waters. This is the main attraction, bringing visitors from Mexico and abroad.


Toledo, Ohio

strike * Baseball parks of Toledo, Ohio * Glassmen Drum and Bugle Corps, Drum Corps International World Class Drum and Bugle Corps * Greater Toledo * Outbreak of green-blue algae in Lake Erie (Microcystin#Cyanobacteria_blooms) * Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo * Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority, local bus transportation * Toledo City League, high school sports league The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


Belize

of sawn lumber. The motto "Sub Umbra Florero" means: Under the shade (of the mahogany tree) I flourish. thumb upright The Ramphastos sulfuratus keel-billed toucan (File:Ramphastos sulfuratus -Belize Zoo-6a-2c.jpg) The keel-billed toucan (''Ramphastos sulfuratus'') is the national bird of Belize. It is noted for its great, canoe-shaped bill and its brightly coloured green, blue, red and orange feathers. Toucans are found in open areas of the country with large trees. It is mostly black with bright yellow cheeks and chest, red under the tail and a distinctive white patch at the base of the tail. Toucans make a monotonous frog-like croak. They like fruit, and eat by cutting with the serrated edge of their bills. Toucans nest in holes in trees, using natural holes or holes made by woodpeckers, often enlarging the cavity by removing soft, rotten wood. They lay two to four eggs, which both parents incubate. The nesting stage lasts from six to seven weeks. thumb left The Tapirus bairdii Baird's tapir (File:Tapirus bairdii -Franklin Park Zoo, Massachusetts, USA-8a.jpg) Belize's National Animal is the Baird's tapir, the largest land mammal of the American tropics. It is also known as the mountain cow, although it is actually related to the horse and the rhinoceros. It is protected under Belizean law. See also


Sichuan

, Hmong, White Miao, Mong, Green (Blue) Miao, Small Flowery Miao; south Sichuan, west Guizhou and south Yunnan The Yongzheng Emperor seized full control of Tibet from 1726-1728. The boundaries of Xining Prefecture, which contains most of Amdo, with Sichuan and Tibet-proper was established following this. The boundary of Xining Prefecture and Xizang, or central Tibet, was the Dangla Mountains (Tanggula Mountains). This roughly corresponds with the modern boundary


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