Red Deer, Alberta

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Red Wing, Minnesota


RedWingView.jpg imagesize 250px image_caption A look toward downtown Red Wing and the Mississippi River, with Barn Bluff (Barn Bluff (Minnesota)) on the right. image_flag image_seal image_map Goodhue_County_Minnesota_Incorporated_and_Unincorporated_areas_Red_Wing_Highlighted.svg mapsize 250px map_caption Location of the city of Red Wing within Goodhue County, Minnesota

United States Census Bureau accessdate 2008-01-31 title American FactFinder blank1_name GNIS (Geographic Names Information System) feature ID blank1_info 0649885 website City of Red Wing footnotes


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Sylvan Lake, Alberta

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(Alberta) Sylvan Lake blank1_name Highways blank1_info Highway 11 (Alberta Highway 11) Highway 11A (Alberta Highway 11A) Highway 20 (Alberta Highway 20) website west of the City of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) along Alberta

Highway 11 Highway 11 or Highway 11A (Alberta Highway 11A). It is situated on the southeast edge of Sylvan Lake (Sylvan Lake (Alberta)), a long freshwater lake, in Red Deer County. The lake is a popular destination for tourists from around Alberta, with over 1.5 million visitors each year. Popular tourist activities include sunbathing, swimming, water-skiing, and visiting the local Wild Rapids Waterslides. Camp Woods in Sylvan Lake played to the Scouts Canada#Major

Port Sudan

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blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes '''Port Sudan''' ( , it has 489,725 residents. Located on the Red Sea, it is the Republic of Sudan's main port city. History File:PortSudan Post Office.jpg thumb left 200px Post office in Port

Sudan Port Sudan was founded by the British (United Kingdom) in 1909 as the terminus of a railway linking the Red Sea to the River Nile. It served as a new modern port to replace Sawakin. The railroad was used to transport the nation's cotton and sesame seed, as well as sorghum, from the agriculturally rich areas of the Nile valley to markets. During World War II Port Sudan was an important strategic location, and in August 1940 it was raided by Eritreans under


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blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes '''Suakin''' or '''Sawakin''' ( ''Sawákin'') is a port in north-eastern Sudan, on the west coast of the Red Sea. Suakin was the height of medieval luxury on the Red Sea. In 1983 it had a population of 18,030 and the 2009 estimate is 43, 337.

Suakin was likely Ptolemy's Port of Good Hope, Limen Evangelis, which is similarly described as lying on a circular island at the end of a long inlet. Under the Ptolemies (History of Ptolemaic Egypt) and Romans (Roman Empire), though, the Red Sea's major port was Berenice (Berenice Troglodytica) to the north. The growth of the Muslim caliphate then shifted trade first to the Hijaz and then the Persian Gulf. Medieval


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footnotes '''Hurghada''' ( ) is a city (list of cities in Egypt) in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt. It is a main tourist center and third largest city (after Suez and Ismailia) in Egypt located on the Red Sea coast (Red Sea Riviera). Overview thumb Morning at Hurghada Marina (File:Morning at Hurghada Marina.JPG) The city

was founded in the early 20th century. Until a few years ago it was a small fishing village but since the 1980s has been continually enlarged by Egyptian and foreign investors to become the leading coastal resort on the Red Sea. Holiday villages and hotels provide aquatic sport facilities for sailboarders, yachtsmen, scuba divers and snorkelers. Hurghada is known for its watersports activities, nightlife and warm weather. Daily temperature hovers round most

Free Territory

of Southern Russia formed, but, by 1920, Denikin's forces had been driven out of the area by the Red Army in cooperation with Makhno's forces, whose units were conducting guerrilla warfare behind Denikin's lines. As the Free Territory was organized along anarchist lines, references to "control" and "government" are highly contentious. For example, the Makhnovists, often cited as a form of government (with Nestor Makhno being their leader), played a purely military

. The Makhnovists said they supported "free worker-peasant soviets" Declaration Of The Revolutionary Insurgent Army Of The Ukraine (Makhnovist). Peter Arshinov, History of the Makhnovist Movement (1918-1921), 1923. Black & Red, 1974 and opposed the central government. Makhno called the Bolsheviks dictators and opposed the "Cheka secret

; ref Declaration Of The Revolutionary Insurgent Army Of The Ukraine (Makhnovist). Peter Arshinov, History of the Makhnovist Movement (1918-1921), 1923. Black & Red, 1974 Historian Heather-Noël Schwartz comments that "Makhno would not countenance organizations that sought to impose political authority, and he accordingly dissolved the Bolshevik revolutionary committees". ref name "avrich1988">

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