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Punta Cana

lobster in town. With a huge open grill and enormous platters, it is hard for seafood lovers not to enjoy this beach-side restaurant. It is on the main beach strip. Captain Cook has an unusual atmosphere, and some may find the peculiar manner of service and ordering your meal intimidating or offensive. * WikiPedia:Punta Cana Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominican_Republic Localities Punta_Cana Commons:Category:Punta Cana

Puerto Peñasco

Break" party street Avenida Matamoros, in a matter of 2 blocks you will find yourself in what seems to be a huge open bar, where college students from many universities concentrate during the 2 week vacation period. Then you go one block west and find yourself in a nice sandy beach, many restaurant and hotels in this area makes it so you do not have to go anywhere for anything. thumb right Sunset at City Beach (Image:City beach sunset.jpg) * Calle 13 - Another well known area for its


), take left turn at the traffic lights along the park on your right. Take the first left and you are 5 steps away from the yard phone +995 595 715 745 tollfree fax hours price Dorm from €6.5, Privates from €14 p.p. checkin checkout 1PM content In the centre 2 min from the sea with huge open terrace and BBQ area; air conditioning; free Wi-fi; security lockers; 24h security tours desk. '''Seasonal Property''' (open from 15 Jul to 5 Sept).'''Will be closed for 2012 Season''' * WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi

Cartagena, Colombia

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open savanna on the north (Llanos (Los Llanos, Venezuela)), and the Amazon (Amazon Basin) in the south (400,000 km²). A country of geographical contrasts and extremes. As well as the features mentioned, it has such curiosities as the desert of La Guajira (Guajira-Barranquilla xeric scrub), the peninsula in the most north-eastern tip of the country; the jungle of the Pacific coast which holds one of the world's rainfall records; and finally the ''La Macarena National Park (Serranía de la Macarena)'' an isolated mountain formation about 120 km long, rising abruptly from the eastern plains to some 2500 meters. '''Colombia''' also has several small islands. The major ones are the archipelago of San Andrés and Providencia in the Caribbean Sea, the Islas del Rosario (Cartagena, Colombia) and San Bernardo along the Caribbean coast, and Gorgona (Gorgona, Colombia) and Malpelo in the Pacific Ocean. '''Rafael Núñez International Airport''' align left The Caribbean region coast extends from the Gulf of Urabá to the Gulf of Venezuela with the main port cities of Barranquilla and Cartagena (Cartagena, Colombia) bordering it. The administration of the region is covered by eight department (Departments of Colombia) governments; Atlántico (Atlántico Department), Bolívar (Bolívar Department), Cesar (Cesar Department), Sucre (Sucre Department), Córdoba (Córdoba Department), Magdalena (Magdalena Department), La Guajira and San Andrés y Providencia (Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina). These 8 departments also cover approximately 182 municipalities (Municipalities of Colombia), 1093 ''corregimientos'' and 493 ''caserios'' according to the 2005 Census by DANE (DANE Colombia). Most of its inhabitants speak a dialect of Caribbean Spanish with variations within its subregions. The most popular and known celebration in the Caribbean region is the Carnival of Barranquilla (Barranquilla's Carnival) celebrated every year in February. The Miss Colombia Pageant (Miss Colombia) in Cartagena (Cartagena, Colombia), the Vallenato Legend Festival in Valledupar, Feast of the Sea in Santa Marta and the Corralejas Festivities in Sincelejo. While still in Veracruz, he was informed of the pressing need to reinforce the Armada de Barlovento, which guarded the coast and shipping from corsairs. He immediately took up this project, renovating six warships, ordering the construction of others, and obtaining several more from Cartagena (Cartagena, Colombia) and Havana. He ordered the casting of cannons and the production of munitions, gunpowder and rigging. * 1541: Foundation of Antioquía (Colombia). * He took possession of an encomienda in Cartagena of Indies (Cartagena, Colombia), which he granted to Sebastián de Belalcázar. * 1547: Cieza de León participated in missions headed by Pedro de la Gasca in support of the royalist campaign against Gonzalo Pizarro's rebellion. Uribe remains hospitalized in the Naval Hospital of Cartagena (w:Cartagena, Colombia) in Colombia (w:Colombia).


In the realm of architecture, the Timurids drew on and developed many Seljuq (Great Seljuq Empire) traditions. Turquoise and blue tiles forming intricate linear and geometric patterns decorated the facades of buildings. Sometimes the interior was decorated similarly, with painting and stucco relief further enriching the effect. Timurid architecture is the pinnacle of Islamic art in Central Asia. Spectacular and stately edifices erected by Timur and his successors in Samarkand and Herat helped to disseminate the influence of the Ilkhanid school of art in India, thus giving rise to the celebrated ''Mughal'' (or ''Mongol'') school of architecture. Timurid architecture started with the sanctuary of Ahmed Yasawi (Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasavi) in present-day Kazakhstan and culminated in Timur's mausoleum Gur-e Amir in Samarkand. Timur's Gur-I Mir, the 14th-century mausoleum of the conqueror is covered with ‘’turquoise Persian tiles’’ John Julius Norwich, Great Architecture of the World, Da Capo Press


County Category:University towns in Sweden Category:18th-century fires Young life Anders Celsius was born in Uppsala, Sweden on 27 November 1701. His family originated from Ovanåker in the province of Hälsingland. The family name is a Latin version of the name of the vicarage (Högen). Anders was raised a Lutheran. Tings (Thing (assembly)) were huge open air events, which required plenty of space. The more important ting that king Olof talked about was probably


started. 3 bars, one of them has a terrace. Disco. Serves food. Tembo Entertainment Plaza One of the largest and most popular ones is the renowned which is situated on Mombasa's North Coast near the Nakumatt Nyali Shopping Centre. It comprises 6 different outlets attractions, incl. a huge open air disco, an exclusive disco lounge bar, a fully air-conditioned GoGo bar, an a la


earthquake, little remains of Tashkent's traditional architectural heritage. Tashkent is, however, rich in museums and Soviet-era monuments. They include: *Kukeldash Madrasah. Dating back to the reign of Abdullah Khan II (1557–1598) it is currently being restored by the provincial Religious Board of Mawarannahr Moslems. There is talk of making it into a museum, but it is currently being used as a mosque. *Chorsu Bazaar, located near the Kukeldash Madrassa. This huge open air bazaar


. *'''Paintings''' by local artists are excellent buys in Mongolia. *You can find '''felt poker-work''' in Erdenet. *It is illegal to take '''antiques''' out of the country without a special permit. *The huge open-air market, '''Narantuul''' ("The Black Market") in Ulaanbaatar offers the lowest prices on just about anything you could want. Be very careful of the many pickpockets and even attackers there. This can be a great place to get a good pair of ''riding boots''. You can opt


of 75m. A visitor centre is on the other side of bridge. There are free tours from the Clifton toll booth at 3pm every Saturday Sunday from Easter Sunday until October. *

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