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Ingersoll, Ontario

; Attractions * Cheese and Agriculture Museum * Ingersoll Creative Arts Centre * Ingersoll Theatre of Performing Arts (ITOPA) Cultural resources Ingersoll Cheese Factory Museum and Sports Hall of Fame Ingersoll has the distinction of having been Oxford County's cheese capital from the mid-1800s to early 1900's, producing and packaging a good deal of the county's renowned cheddar. The museum showcases the town's unique history. The Sports Hall of Fame showcases the town's athletic

Kawartha Lakes

in the city of Kawartha Lakes, in the south-central portion of the Canadian (Canada) province of Ontario. The village lies at the junction of Highway 35 (Highway 35 (Ontario)) and former Highway 48 (Highway 48 (Ontario)), on the northern tip of Balsam Lake (Balsam Lake (Ontario)), the highest point on the Trent–Severn Waterway. Coboconk has a rich and unique history amongst the villages of Kawartha Lakes, and has played a prominent role in the logging, limestone, and tourism industries of the region over the past 150 years. '''Northumberland County''' is situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario, in central (Central Ontario) Ontario, Canada. It is located east of the Regional Municipality of Durham (formerly Durham County), west of Hastings County, southeast of Kawartha Lakes and south of Peterborough County. The county seat is Cobourg (Cobourg, Ontario). Together with Durham County (Durham County, Ontario), it formed the Newcastle District (Newcastle District, Upper Canada) from 1798 to 1849 and the United Counties of Northumberland and Durham (United Counties of Northumberland and Durham, Ontario) from 1850 to 1973. image_flag image_coat width 20% valign top '''K0M''' Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton County (Haliburton County, Ontario) Highway 115 is part of the Algonquin Trail and concurrent (concurrency (road)) with Highway 35 (Ontario Highway 35) from its southern terminus in Clarington (Clarington, Ontario) to Enterprise Hill (Enterprise Hill, Ontario), where it veers towards Peterborough and Highway 35 continues north into the Kawarthas (Kawartha Lakes). It is also part of the Trans-Canada Highway from the interchange with Highway 7 south of Springville, Ontario to the eastern end of the highway. Highway 115 is a freeway (controlled-access highway) northeast of Enterprise Hill and a Right-in right-out (RIRO) expressway (Limited-access road) south of it, featuring ramps with abrupt right turns to and from the highway. By January 2010, exit numbers were added to the freeway section north of the Highway 35 concurrency. This region, which, along with Haliburton (Haliburton County, Ontario), Kawartha Lakes, and Peterborough County is referred to as "cottage country", sees over 2.1 million visitors annually. Muskoka is a scenic area sprinkled with picturesque villages and towns, farming communities, and lakeside vacation hotels and resorts near to golf courses, country clubs, and marinas. The regional government seat is Bracebridge (Bracebridge, Ontario). This area encompasses the townships of Lake of Bays, Georgian Bay and Muskoka Lakes, and the towns of Huntsville, Bracebridge and Gravenhurst. *City of Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), formerly the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Municipality (Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, Ontario) *City of Kawartha Lakes (Kawartha Lakes), formerly Victoria County (Victoria County, Ontario) (seat in Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario)) *Norfolk County (Norfolk County, Ontario), formerly half of the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk (Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, Ontario)* (seat in Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario)) *1648 – Iroquois revolt against trespassing French, destroying a Jesuit mission near the site of present-day Midland (Midland, Ontario) (see Canadian Martyrs) *circa 1649-54 – Iroquois drive the Hurons, Petun and Neutral Nation (Attawandaron) from their territories. Around the same time, another population movement of the Mississaugas from the north shores of Lake Huron and Manitoulin Island to the Kawartha Lakes and Credit River areas. *1668 - Father Marquette founds Sault Ste. Marie, noteworthy as the oldest surviving permanent European settlement in both Ontario and neighbouring Michigan. group5 Single-tier municipalities (List of municipalities in Ontario) list5 Brant (County of Brant) The '''Scugog River''' is a river in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario which flows north from Lake Scugog to empty into Sturgeon Lake (Sturgeon Lake (Ontario)) on the Trent-Severn Waterway. birth_place residence Kawartha Lakes, Ontario occupation nurse Southeast South Kawartha Lakes, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Southwest The newest Bob FM station in Canada, CHUM Limited's CKLY (CKLY-FM) in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, adopted the format on August 21, 2005, while WLFF (WBPE) in Lafayette, Indiana, jettisoned its country format to introduce Bob to its listeners on December 6, 2007. CAMMAC runs two summer music centres (CAMMAC Lake MacDonald in the Laurentian mountains (Laurentians) northwest of Montreal, Quebec and the CAMMAC Ontario Music Centre (renamed Lake Field Musicin 2010) at the Lakefield College School in the Kawartha Lakes area of Ontario). CAMMAC also holds regional activities year-round in Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City, Nova Scotia and Ottawa-Gatineau (Ottawa). The Music Centres offer individual weeks of classes and music-making opportunities for adults and children, nine summer weeks at Lake MacDonald and in different years two or three weeks at the Lake Field Music in Lakefield. At the music centres, the different weeks emphasize different kinds of music. The regions support a variety of music-making, including, in different regions, monthly choral readings, orchestral performances, and specialized groups such as madrigal singing, jazz band, chamber music workshops and recorder ensembles. The Montréal region, which is the largest by membership, organizes a regularly rehearsing amateur orchestra. image 150px (File:CKLY-FM.png) city Kawartha Lakes, Ontario branding 91.9 Bob FM - Bobcaygeon Curling Club Kawartha Lakes Bobcaygeon (Bobcaygeon, Ontario) 4 - Canada thumb Minor hockey players in Kawartha Lakes (File:Hockey win Kawartha Lakes Ontario.jpg), Ontario celebrate the third goal of the game in Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League action In Canada, the age categories are designated by each provincial hockey governing body based on Hockey Canada's guidelines, and each category may have multiple tiers based on skill. - colspan "4" '''Kawartha Lakes''' - ''Main article (Kawartha Lakes municipal election, 2006)'' - Geography This small, shallow, fresh body of water is a part of the Trent-Severn Waterway a series of rivers, lakes and canals running southwest from Severn Sound on the eastern shore of Lake Huron 's Georgian Bay, up the Severn River (Severn River (central Ontario)), through Lake Couchiching, Lake Simcoe and the Kawartha Lakes and down the Trent River (Trent River (Ontario)) across south-central Ontario to the northern shore of Lake Ontario.

Sovereign Military Order of Malta

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. According to the HDI, the republic of Tyva is the least developed region in Russia. Tourism Tyva is a region with a unique history, culture and nature. All native zones of the Earth except savanna (even rain forest, see Southern Siberian rainforest) are featured in Tyva. Tyva is well known by its spa-tourism. There are more than 100 mineral springs in Tyva. The biggest of them are warm mineral springs Ush-Beldir and Tarys, the temperature of water 52-85°C. Cold mineral springs and salty lakes are popular among tourists and population by their medicinal qualities. Geographical location of Tyva between east-siberian taiga and central-Asian landscape predetermined wealth of flora and fauna. More than 90% of the territory is chase. Rare animals such as sable, lynx, wolverine, weasel, maral, Siberian ibex, and musk deer are only the part of Tyvan fauna. Historical objects and ethnic culture are the top of interest: traditional habitat - yurta, national kitchen and handicraft, tuvan throat singing khomeii, national kinds of sport - wrestling competition Khuresh and horse riding. Annual festival "Ustuu-Khuree" and Naadym are the top of interest for tourists. Transportation Tyva has as yet no railway — although famous postage stamps (Postage stamps and postal history of Tannu Tuva) in the 1930s, designed in Moscow during the time of Tyvan independence, mistakenly depict locomotives as demonstrating Soviet-inspired progress there. There is however a plan for construction of a railway line from the capital Kyzyl to Kuragino (Kuragino, Krasnoyarsk Krai) in Krasnoyarsk Krai. The railway will run for wikipedia:Tuva commons:Category:Tuva


to advanced level riding. They offer bike rentals, lessons, great local hospitality and unique accommodation options. For those with a pioneering spirit and explorers enthusiasm there is great potential for discovering old logging roads and all terrain vehicle trails in the forest areas. Adventure tourists can take pleasure in the wilde ness, wildlife, landforms and the unique history of the Kenora area as one of the most rugged destinations they may ever ride a bike through. '''Skiing''' Mount Evergreen, located off the Airport Road, has 11 downhill runs, 2 T-Bar lifts, a Terrain Park, a large & spacious, and 20 km of beginner to expert classic and skate technique cross-country Skiing Trails. Five kilometers of the classic and skate cross-country ski trails are lit in the evening hours for nighttime use. The Rollercoaster, Two Towers and Matoo's Trail are among the best Nordic ski trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Phone: 807-548-5100 Off Season call: 807-468-5377 Website: Vernon Nature Trails, located down McKenzie Portage Roard, offers 5km of groomed classic technique cross-country ski trails through different area ecosystems, ranging from oak ridges, to pine forests, to deciduous woodlands. The Club Minaki trail system, located approximately 45 minutes North of Kenora, offers 20km of classic technique cross-country ski trails. The Grey Owl and Jackpine trails are highly recommended. Rushing River Provincial Park, 25 km southeast of Kenora, offers 10 km of groomed classic technique cross-country ski trails along scenic terrain. '''Golf''' Kenora Golf & Country Club Golf Course Road, Kenora, ON Phone 807-468-7995 Web: Beauty Bay Golf Course Essex Road, Kenora, ON Phone 807-548-4777 Bergman Driving Range Phone 807-543-3562 '''Hunting''' Hunting on the Lake of the Woods provides a serene environment with a variety of species to hunt. Traditional bow hunting and other unique hunting experiences are available. Try timber wolf hunting or the fall bear hunt; grouse and duck hunts are always favourites; and of course there is deer and moose hunting available. Many resorts offer hunting packages for the experienced gamesman or the beginner. '''Canoeing & Kayaking''' The Kenora area features over 20 major canoe routes, as well as several businesses, which offer both rentals, and lessons developed to cater to everyone from beginners to experts. The Hardwear Company, located at 160 Main St. South, offers anywhere from half day to week long rentals of kayaks and canoes and will provide two hour lessons, off of the Harbourfront, (there is a two person minimum for all lessons). This is a beginners’ course, which teaches the layout of a kayak, how to enter and exit, how to turn, proper stroke technique, as well as how to execute safety maneuvers. The Hardwear Company can be contacted by phone at 807- 468-1226. Another avenue people may wish to pursue is Green Adventures, which rents all the equipment needed for a kayaking, as well as offers six different tours which range in difficulty from beginner to expert. They also offer more inclusive packages which include the required gear and transportation as well as meals. Buy Shopping in the City is a truly unique experience - you can find everything from jewelery to jigs, country crafts to computer access. Green Adventures, 806 River Drive, phone: 807 467 8535 * Wikipedia:Kenora Commons:Category:Kenora


-state s of Berlin (Berlin, Germany), Bremen (Bremen (state)) and Hamburg – it is Germany's smallest federal state. The wealth of its coal deposits and their large-scale industrial exploitation, coupled with its location on the border between France and Germany, have given the Saarland a unique history in modern times. Prior to its creation as the Territory of the Saar Basin (Saar (League of Nations)) by the League of Nations after World War I, the Saarland (or simply "

Carlisle, Pennsylvania

, Pennsylvania , each with its unique history. Shippensburg is home to Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, one of 14 universities of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Carlisle is also home to Dickinson College, established in 1773, and the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. right thumb 120px (Image:USArmyWarCollege.gif) The United States Army War College is a United States Army school located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on the 500 acre (2 km²) campus of the historic Carlisle Barracks (Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania), a military post dating back to the 1770s. It caters to high-level military personnel and civilians and prepares them for strategic leadership responsibilities. It is the U. S. Army's most senior military educational institution. There he attended the school at Milton, and later the Lewisburg Academies. For his higher education, the future Congressman graduated from the College of New Jersey (Princeton University) in 1839. James Kelly then studied law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania at the Dickinson School of Law and was admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania in 1842.


enough games and at the same time the respect of many European football clubs. However the game, in which Apollon wrote his own unique history is non other than with the big opponent of F.C. Internazionale Milano (Inter Milan) in the UEFA Cup! The 1 – 0 in "Stadio Giuseppe Meazza" (San Siro) left margins for Apollon to believe in a miracle, against the Italians for the second leg game of 3 November 1993. The Cup Champions, staffed with a squad of international players

Qing dynasty

resources, and unique history of East Guangdong. Pan was also involved in the study of mathematics. In the preface to Mei Wending's ''Fangchenglun

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