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Duchy of Amalfi

Naples url http: ~jmatthew naples amalfi.html work Around Naples Encyclopedia publisher University of Maryland University College accessdate 30 June 2011 In 1997, the Amalfi Coast was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape. ref>


August 17, 2009 publisher BBC Weather date August 2010 Sights in and around Tétouan thumb 180px Tétouan church (File:Iglesia-tetouan.jpg) *Medina (Medina quarter) thumb 150px left '''Souk (File:Md.Boualam Souk in tetouan (Popular market).jpg)''' in tetouan (Popular market) **The medina (old town) of Tétouan is on the World Heritage List (World Heritage Site) of the UNESCO. ''Medina of Tétouan

Vladimir Oblast

of inhabited localities in Russia city of Vladimir, which is located The UNESCO World Heritage List (World Heritage Site) includes the 12th-century cathedrals of Vladimir, Suzdal, Bogolyubovo (Bogolyubovo, Vladimir Oblast), and Kideksha. Geography Vladimir


south. Its old town is included by the Russian government in the country's tentative World Heritage List (World Heritage Site). Administrative and municipal status Within the framework of administrative divisions (subdivisions of Russia#Administrative divisions), Yeniseysk serves as the administrative center of Yeniseysky District, even though it is not a part of it. Law #10-4765 As an administrative division, it is incorporated

Dakhla, Western Sahara

. 2014. Surf Dakhla. Mowgli Adventures. Retrieved on December 20. 2014 Golfo de Cintra (Cintra Bay) and the World Heritage (UNESCO World Heritage Site) of the Banc d'Arguin National Park locate in south. Nature and Ecology 180px left thumb Rocky and sandy shores of Dakhla. (File:Dakhla, Western Sahara.jpg) Borders and characteristics Tiris al-Gharbiyya was the lower half of Río de Oro, the southern province of the former Spanish Sahara, comprising 88,000 km² (33,977 sq mi). Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations: Africa, Fifth Edition, Worldmark Press, Ltd., John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,1976. It consisted mostly of barren desert terrain, scarcely populated except by some thousands of Sahrawi nomads, many of whom had fled (refugee) towards the Algerian Tindouf Province in 1975. A few minor settlements dotted the coast, and the largest of these, Villa Cisneros (Dakhla) (Dakhla, Western Sahara), was made the provincial capital (Capital (political)). *'''Create (Wikipedia:How to write a great article):''' Abd Mohamed Yahia · Ahmed Bensouda · Akbarali Thobhani · Angra de Cintra · Anthony Pazzanita · Archaeology of Western Sahara · Atlantic coastal desert · Bay of the West · Bir Enxaren · Bir Nzaran · Bouchraya Hammoudi Bayoun · Brahim Salem Zarug · COMINOR · Colonial heads of Río de Oro · Colonial heads of Saguia el-Hamra · Colonial heads of Spanish Sahara · Day of National Unity · Day of the Disappeared · Emilio Bonelli · Erik Jensen (Erik Jensen (politician)) · Farcía · Guelb Lahmar · Hagunía · Hawaa · Imilili · Independence Day (Western Sahara) · International Association of Jurists for Western Sahara · José María Pérez de Lema y Tejero · Law of Western Sahara · Legal and political status of Western Sahara · Leyoad · Mariem Hassan · Marrack Goulding · Miyek · Mohamed Habib Mamia · Mohamed Kaid Salem Souelman · Moharizo · Moroccanization · Nayim Alal · North Saharan steppe and woodlands · Ouaddadi Ahmed Heiba · Peter van Walsum · Political divisions of Western Sahara · Punta Dunford · Reguibat al-Sahel · Reguibat al-Sharq · Religion in Western Sahara · Río de Oro dama gazelle · Sáhara, Tierra Mía · Saharan halophytics · Secretary-General of the Polisario Front · Sociedad de Africanistas y Colonistas · Songs of the Saharan Women · Tbal · Tichla · Touizgui · U.S.-Western Sahara Foundation · Umm Delila · United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2229 · United Nations General Assembly Resolution 40 50 · United Nations General Assembly Resolution 41 60 · United Nations Committee on Decolonization · Western Sahara and the United Nations · Wise Men's Committee · Zini Mountains · Zug, Western Sahara *'''Expand (:Category:Western Sahara stubs):''' .eh · Abdelkader Taleb Oumar · Agounit · Ahmed Dlimi · Ain Ben Tili · Allal al-Fassi · Amgala · Auserd · Beni Hassan · Bir Gandus · Bir Lehlou · Bou Craa · Cape Bojador · Coat of Arms of Western Sahara · Communications in Western Sahara · Constitution of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic · Daira de Bojador · Dakhla, Western Sahara · Demographics of Western Sahara · Economy of Western Sahara · El Aaiún · Framework Agreement · Free Zone (region) · Geography of Western Sahara · Guelta Zemmur · Houston Agreement · Human rights in Western Sahara · Lagouira · Lamtuna · Lemseid · Mahfoud Ali Beiba · Mohamed Elmoutaoikil · Mohamed Lamine Ould Ahmed · Mohammed Daddach · Movement for the Liberation of the Saguia el Hamra and Wadi el Dhahab · Music of Western Sahara · Oulad Bou Sbaa · Oulad Delim · President of Western Sahara · Prime Minister of Western Sahara · Ras Nouadhibou · Reguibat · Río de Oro · Saguia el-Hamra · Scouting in Western Sahara · Sahrauis: The Music of the Western Sahara · Sidi Ahmed al-Rgibi · Smara · Southern Provinces · Spanish Sahara · Starry Nights in Western Sahara · Stephen Zunes · Tajakant · Tekna · Tifariti · Tiris al-Gharbiyya · UGTSARIO · UJSARIO · UN General Assembly Resolution 1514 · UNMS · Zemla Intifada · Zouérat *'''Cleanup (Wikipedia:Cleanup):''' - It is situated within the wilaya (main camp) of Dakhla (Dakhla, Western Sahara). Since 1975, Sahrawi (Sahrawi people) refugees exiled from their homeland in Western Sahara live here, and the camps are the main stronghold of the nationalist Polisario Front. * '''GMMA''' (SMW) – Smara Airport – Smara, Western Sahara * '''GMMH''' (VIL) – Dakhla Airport – Dakhla (Dakhla, Western Sahara) (Villa Cisneros), Western Sahara * '''GMML''' (EUN) – Hassan I Airport – Laâyoune (El Aaiún) (El Aaiún), Western Sahara The conflict reemerged as the Independence Intifada (Independence Intifada (Western Sahara)) in 2005, a Saharawi Polisario activist coinage for a series of disturbances, demonstrations and riots, which broke out in May 2005 in the Moroccan (Morocco)-held parts (List of disputed or occupied territories) of Western Sahara, and lasted until November. In late 2010, the protests re-erupted in Gdeim Izik camp (Gdeim Izik protest camp) in Western Sahara. While the protests were initially peaceful, they were later marked by clashes between civilians and security forces, resulting in dozens of mortal casualties. Another series of protests (2011 Sahrawi protests) began on 26 February 2011, as a reaction to the failure of police to prevent anti-Sahrawi (Sahrawi people) looting in the city of Dakhla (Dakhla, Western Sahara), Western Sahara, and blossomed into protests across the territory. The protests were related to the earlier Gdeim Izik protest camp, the previous fall, which had resulted in violence between Sahrawi activists and Moroccan (Morocco) security forces and supporters. 2011 protests largely dimmed by May 2011.

Ávila, Spain

, Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia (Valencia (city in Spain)) and Palma de Mallorca. Alfonso was put in the custody of the loyal village Ávila (Ávila, Spain). At barely fifteen, he came forth to do a man's work by restoring his kingdom to order. It was only by a surprise that he recovered his capital Toledo (Toledo, Spain) from the hands of the Laras. Thirteen Spanish cities have been declared World Heritage Cities (World Heritage Site) by the UNESCO http

Cuenca, Ecuador

Province, Ecuador Azuay Province . It is located in the highland (highland (geography))s of Ecuador at about 2500 meters above sea level. The center of the city is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Trust site (World Heritage Site) because of its many historical buildings. History First inhabitants According to studies and archeological discoveries, the origins of the first inhabitants go back to the year 8060 BC in the Cave of Chopsi. They were hunters

Cuenca, Spain

; 14 October 1211 Heir of the throne since his birth. On whose behalf Diego of Acebo and the future Saint Dominic travelled to Denmark in 1203 to secure a bride. Vicaire, pp. 89–98. He died soon after returning from campaigning against the Moors. - Thirteen Spanish cities have been declared World Heritage Cities (World Heritage Site) by the UNESCO ref>


in 2006 and the 33rd G8 summit in 2007. Both political events were financed by state and federal budgets. Gallery Image:Stralsund, Altstadt (2011-05-21) 4.JPG Stralsund − old town from above, world heritage (World Heritage Site) protected by UNESCO Image:Baederarchitektur-Binz 1658.jpg Binz − typical German resort architecture (''Bäderarchitektur'') at the Baltic Sea Image:Rostock-Warnemünde, Seepromenade, 489-595.jpg Esplanade

Beach Promenade of Warnemünde, part of Rostock Image:Rostock.jpg Rostock − Shopping street Image:Kerkhoffhaus.jpg Rostock − Brick Gothic gable house Image:Greifswald - Marktplatz 1.jpg Greifswald − Gable houses at market square Image:Schwerin 20090410.jpg Schwerin − capital of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Image:Wismar hafen.jpg Harbour of Wismar, a historical Hanseatic city (Hanseatic League) sharing its world heritage (World Heritage Site) status


", is supposed to be the mausoleum of King Jangsu (Jangsu of Goguryeo) (Ko. 장수왕 Ch. 長壽王) (413-491), king of Goguryeo, an ancient Korean kingdom. It belongs to the Capital Cities and Tombs of the Ancient Koguryo Kingdom on the World heritage list (World Heritage Site). Nearby is the Taewang-neung Taiwangling (태왕릉, 太王陵) Pyramid believed to be the burial of King Gwanggaeto the Great (Gwanggaeto the Great of Goguryeo) (Ko. 광개토태왕; Ch. 廣開土太王) (391-413); while twice bigger than

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