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Struga

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Navahrudak

Category:Cities in Belarus Category:Populated places in Grodno Region Category:Minsk Governorate Category:Nowogródek Voivodeship (1919–39) Category:Shtetls Category:Populated places established in the 11th century Category:Navahrudak During the 1230s and 1240s, Mindaugas strengthened and established his power in various Baltic and Slavic lands. Warfare in the region intensified; he battled German forces in Kurland, while the Mongols destroyed Kiev in 1240 and entered Poland in 1241, defeating two Polish armies and burning Kraków. The Lithuanian victory in the Battle of Saule temporarily stabilized the northern front, but the Christian orders continued to make gains along the Baltic coast, founding the city of Klaipėda (Memel). Constrained in the north and west, Mindaugas moved to the east and southeast, conquering Navahrudak, Hrodna, Vawkavysk, and the Principality of Polotsk. In about 1239 he appointed his son Vaišvilkas to govern these areas, then known as Black Ruthenia. In 1248, he sent his nephews Tautvilas and Edivydas, the sons of his brother Dausprungas, along with Vykintas, the Duke of Samogitia, to conquer Smolensk, but they were unsuccessful. His attempts to consolidate his rule in Lithuania met with mixed success; in 1249, an internal war erupted when he sought to seize his nephews' and Vykintas' lands. thumb left 175px Position of Grand Duchy of Lithuania in Eastern Europe until 1434. (File:Grand Duchy of Lithuania Rus and Samogitia 1434.jpg) In the 13th century, the fragile unity of Kievan Rus' disintegrated due to nomadic incursions from Asia, which climaxed with the Mongol sacking of Kiev (1240), leaving a geopolitical vacuum in the region. The East Slavs splintered into a number of independent and competing principalities. Due to military conquest and dynastic marriages the West Ruthenian (Belarusian) principalities were acquired by the expanding Lithuania, beginning with the rule of Lithuanian King (Kingdom of Lithuania) Mindaugas (1240–63). From the 13th to 15th century, Baltic and Ukrainian (Ukraine) lands were consolidated into the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, with its initial capital unknown, but which presumably could have been either Navahrudak, Voruta, Trakai (Old Trakai), Kernavė or Vilnius. Since the 14th century, Vilnius had been the only official capital of the state. With time, the ethnic pattern did not evolve much. Throughout their existence as a separate culture, Ruthenians formed in most cases rural population, with the power held by local szlachta and boyars, often of Lithuanian, Polish or Russian descent. As in the rest of Central and Eastern Europe, the trade and commerce was mostly monopolized by Jews, who formed a significant part of the urban population. Since the Union of Horodlo of 1413, local nobility was assimilated into the traditional clan system (Polish heraldry) by means of the formal procedure of adoption by the ''szlachta'' (Polish gentry). Eventually it formed a significant part of the szlachta. Initially mostly Ruthenian


Sokcho

the Yallasung Film Group as a student of Fine Arts at Seoul National University. Upon graduation, he founded and led the Seoul Film Group which was dedicated to renewing Korean film culture and closely tied to the student protest movement. The Seoul Film Group was a significant part of the independent film movement and a strong voice speaking out against the military dictatorship. Park studied film at the ESEC film school in Paris, then returned to Korea to work as an assistant director to Lee Chang-Ho. He made his own first feature in 1988 (1988 in film), and in 1993 (1993 in film) became the first Korean filmmaker to found his own production company. '''Yangyang International Airport'''


Rocky Mountain House

Demographics The Town of Rocky Mountain House's 2012 municipal census counted a population of 7,300, ref name


Pontianak, Indonesia

live in Java have a long line (10 generations) of forefathers before them, where the ethnic Chinese who live in Sumatra have a relatively short generation of forefathers (4 or 5 generations). There is also a small population of Hakka Chinese in Indonesia, most notably in Bangka Belitung province, Pontianak (Pontianak, Indonesia) and Singkawang where they form a significant part of the local population, while in the areas from Pontianak to Kendawangan on the southern tip of West Kalimantan are populated by Teochew speakers much like Bangkok, Thailand. ) of the highway has been completed. The Tenom–Sipitang section, completed in 2006, is the newest segment of the highway. The construction of the final section from Kalabakan to Sepulut is expected to begin in 2008, therefore the entire Pan Borneo Highway is expected to be fully completed within the Ninth Malaysia Plan period. Meanwhile, the Indonesian (Indonesia) sections of the Pan Borneo Highway is known as the Trans-Kalimantan Highway. The western route connects the city of Pontianak (Pontianak, Indonesia) to Tebedu. * Cleanup needed (updated by bot) ** 110 - Abu Kamal, Al Khan, Al Qasha, Alonissos, Altamira, Pará, Anbaran, Antalya, Antioch, Pisidia, Antopol, Astana, Babolsar, Bambalapitiya, Bangar, India, Banya, Plovdiv Province, Basra, Benkovac, Biała Podlaska, Campo Grande, Canillas de Aceituno, Cehu Silvaniei, Celje, Chilaw, Chuluuthoroot, Dornod, Cúcuta, Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia, Dhahran, Drvar, Fochville, North West, Fusagasugá, Garwolin, Georgetown, Guyana, Gostivar, Grad (občina), Gullaug, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Irene, Gauteng, Jamaame, Jeonju, Jonestown, Karnobat, Kastraki, Phocis, Kato Nevrokopi, Keratea, Komnina (Kozani), Greece, Koster, North West, Kratonohy, Križevci, Slovenia, Krośniewice, List of cities in Latvia, List of villages and municipalities in Slovakia, Ljubojno, Lukla, Magdeburg, Makrakomi, Malang, Mariupol, Megalopolis, Greece, Misoča, Mohale's Hoek, Mosul, Mørsvikbotn, Nuevitas, Nærbø, Opaka, Orinoca, Oţelu Roşu, Petrohori, Platy, Greece, Pontianak, Indonesia, Portimão, Písek, Raphana, Ribeira Brava, Madeira, Rose-Hill, Roseau, Ryn, Sacavém, San Pedro Sula, Sanare, Santa Cruz del Seibo, Santo Domingo, Santo Domingo, Chile, Sari, Iran, Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran, So Lo Pun, Spanish Town, Støren, Sulaymaniyah, Tebnine, Temirtau, Thaba Nchu, Thessaloniki, Tirana, Tongaat, KwaZulu-Natal, Torghabeh, Tukums, Valandovo, Vermio, Virginia, Free State, Xemxija, Zaprešić, Šmartno ob Paki, Šmartno pri Litiji, Šoštanj, Štore, Žalec, Železniki, Žetale, Žiri * Expansion needed (updated by bot)


South Ribble

Longton , Hutton (Hutton, Lancashire) (headquarters of the Lancashire Police), Walton-le-Dale, Bamber Bridge, Lostock Hall, a significant part of Buckshaw Village and Moss Side (Moss Side, South Ribble). The district was formed on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, from Leyland (Leyland, Lancashire) and Walton-le-Dale urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland))s, along with part of Preston Rural District. The South Ribble (UK


Post Falls, Idaho

and Northern Idaho portion of the Inland Empire are mountainous and forested, and the crest of the Bitteroot Range of the Rocky Mountains forms part of the eastern boundary of the Inland Empire region, while the Columbia River forms a significant part of its southern boundary. From Lake Coeur d'Alene, the Spokane River traverses the Rathdrum Prairie until reaching Post Falls, Idaho where it passes over a dam, and a natural 40-foot waterfall. Continuing


Podolsk

, devoted to the life of the city in the beginning of the XX century. There is a Local History museum in Podolsk (PH. (27) 57 47 31, Parkovaya, 1), it is located on the outskirts of the city in manor Ivanovo, which belonged to manufacturer Bakhrushin. In an exposition there is a standard museum assortment, except for maybe a tusk of the mammoth. Instead, articles made out of bone in the early Iron Age are presented. The most significant part of the exposition is a collection of Singer sewing machines. In the same building the Museum of vocational training (TECHNICAL TRAINING COLLEGE) is located. The most interesting part is a hall where the products, made by pupils of the TTCs from all over the country, are exposed. Do Buy Eat '''Apriori''' Restaurant - Kl. Gotvalda 8, ph. (495) 540 50 40 '''Nihon''' (Chinese, Japanese cuisine)- Chehova 6, ph. (4967) 68 10 68 Drink Sleep Connect Go next WikiPedia:Podolsk


Merrill, Wisconsin

are the Sugar Maple, Aspen, Basswood, Hemlock (Tsuga), and Yellow Birch, as well as Red (Red Pine) and White (Eastern White Pine) Pine. A large amount of the forestland in the region is included within the 1,519,800 acre (6,150 km²) Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. State and county forests also cover a significant part of the region, and only a small portion of the land is devoted to agriculture. There are also few urban areas. The largest city in the region is Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin), with a population of 38,426. Other principal cities include Merrill (Merrill, Wisconsin), Rhinelander (Rhinelander, Wisconsin), and Ladysmith (Ladysmith, Wisconsin). Despite the absence of large cities, tourism is an important part of the local economy. The region’s numerous lakes and forests make it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts during the summer season. Cities and towns : Abbotsford (Abbotsford, Wisconsin), Alma Center (Alma Center, Wisconsin), Almena (Almena, Wisconsin), Almond (Almond, Wisconsin), Altoona (Altoona, Wisconsin), Amberg (Amberg, Wisconsin), Amery (Amery, Wisconsin), Amherst (Amherst, Wisconsin), Amherst Junction (Amherst Junction, Wisconsin), Aniwa (Aniwa, Wisconsin), Antigo (Antigo, Wisconsin), Arbor Vitae (Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin), Argonne (Argonne, Wisconsin), Arkansaw (Arkansaw, Wisconsin), Armstrong Creek (Armstrong Creek, Wisconsin), Arpin (Arpin, Wisconsin), Ashland (Ashland, Wisconsin), Athelstane (Athelstane, Wisconsin), Athens (Athens, Wisconsin), Auburndale (Auburndale, Wisconsin), Augusta (Augusta, Wisconsin), Babcock (Babcock, Wisconsin), Baldwin (Baldwin, Wisconsin), Balsam Lake (Balsam Lake, Wisconsin), Bancroft (Bancroft, Wisconsin), Barron (Barron, Wisconsin), Barronett (Barronett, Wisconsin), Bay City (Bay City, Wisconsin), Bayfield (Bayfield, Wisconsin), Bear Creek (Bear Creek, Waupaca County, Wisconsin) '''''The Giant Spider Invasion''''' is a low-budget 1975 film (1975 in film) produced by Transcentury Pictures, a partnership owned by the film's director Bill Rebane. The film is about giant spiders that terrorize the town of Merrill, Wisconsin and the surrounding area. ''The Giant Spider Invasion'' was given a U.S. release in theaters in 1975, and was distributed by Group 1 Films. The impressive theatrical poster art was a throwback to the giant monster movies of the 1950s. The film received a considerable theatrical run and became one of the fifty top grossing films of that year After a three time ABC television network run,the movie achieved additional exposure many years later, when it was featured in a 1997 episode of ''Mystery Science Theater 3000'' (''MST3K'') (season 8, episode 10). It is now regarded as a cult classic in the B film realm. The one "Giant spider" was made with from a volkswagen chassis covered with black fur, with the nine legs operated from the inside by seven members of the crew. Early life Kaltenborn was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and grew up in Merrill, Wisconsin. He began his career as a newspaper reporter, but moved to radio when it began to establish itself as a ''bona fide'' source of news. When he was 19, he ran away from home and joined up to fight in the Spanish-American War. After that he spent some time in Europe, returning to take a job with the ''Brooklyn Daily Eagle''. At 24, he went to college, enrolling as a special student at Harvard University. When he finished, he returned to the ''Eagle'', traveling during summers to distant locales. *Menasha (Menasha, Wisconsin) - St. Thomas Episcopal Church (St Thomas’ Episcopal Church, (Menasha, Wisconsin))thumb St. Thomas, Neenah-Menasha (File:St. Thomas, Neenah-Menasha, Wisconsin.jpg) *Merrill (Merrill, Wisconsin) - Church of the Ascension (Episcopal) (Church of the Ascension (Episcopal), (Merrill, Wisconsin)) *Minocqua (Minocqua, Wisconsin) - St. Matthias' Episcopal Church (St Matthias’ Episcopal Church, (Minocqua, Wisconsin)) name Merrill, Wisconsin title Merrill (Merrill, Wisconsin), Wisconsin basestyle background:#99CCFF; Early Years Jordan was born in Merrill, Wisconsin in 1882, the only son in a family of six children. His mother, Kate Griffin Jordan, supported the family by running a series of small general stores along the Overland Trail. University


Poti

by Alexander the Great. Phasis (Poti) and Sukhumi were the splendid Greek cities dominated by the mercantile oligarchies, sometimes being troubled by the Colchians from the hinterland before seemingly assimilating totally. After the fall of the Persian Empire, a significant part of Colchis locally known as Egrisi was annexed to the recently created Kingdom of Iberia (Caucasian Iberia) (Kartli) in ca. 302 BC. However, soon Colchis seceded and broke up into several

proverbial expression, the easternmost location in that society's known world, where the sun rose. It was situated just outside the lands conquered by Alexander the Great. Phasis (Poti) and Sukhumi were the splendid Greek cities dominated by the mercantile oligarchies, sometimes being troubled by the Colchians from the hinterland before seemingly assimilating totally. After the fall of the Persian Empire, a significant part of Colchis locally known as Egrisi was annexed


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