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East Khasi Hills district

East Khasi Hills is an administrative district in the state of Meghalaya in India. The district headquarters are located at Shillong. The district occupies an area of 2752 km² and has a population of 825.922. As of 2011 it is the most populous di ...

Leh district

Leh district is a district in the Ladakh region of northern India. With an area of 45.110 km 2, it is the second largest district in the country in terms of area. It is bounded on the north by Gilgit-Baltistans Kharmang and Ghanche districts and ...

North Garo Hills district

North Garo Hills is an administrative district in the state of Meghalaya in India. The district headquarters are located at Resubelpara. The district occupies an area of 1.113 km 2 and has a population of 1.18.325.

Ri-Bhoi district

Ri Bhoi is an administrative district in the state of Meghalaya in India. The district headquarters are located at Nongpoh. The district occupies an area of 2378 km² and has a population of 258.840. As of 2011 it is the second least populous dist ...

South Garo Hills district

South Garo Hills is an administrative district in the state of Meghalaya in India. As of 2011 it is the least populous district of Meghalaya. The district was established in 1992.

South West Garo Hills district

South West Garo Hills is an administrative district in the State of Meghalaya, India. The Ampati Civil Sub-Division is upgraded to a full fledged district as South West Garo Hills, on 7 August 2012 with its headquarters at Ampati. It was inaugura ...

West Garo Hills district

West Garo Hills is an administrative district in Garo Hills of the state of Meghalaya in India. Tura town is the administrative headquarters of the district. The district occupies an area of 3714 km². In 2011 its population was 643.291. As of 201 ...

West Jaintia Hills district

West Jaintia Hills is an administrative District in the state of Meghalaya in India. The united district was created on 22 February 1972 and occupied an area of 3819 km 2. It had a population of 295.692. The district is part of the Meghalaya subt ...

West Khasi Hills district

The West Khasi Hills district was carved out of the Khasi Hills district, which was divided into West and East Khasi Hills districts on 28 October 1976.

Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol

Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol is an autonomous region of Italy, located in the northern part of the country. Since the 1970s, most legislative and administrative powers have been transferred to the two self-governing provinces that make up the reg ...

Amuda

Amuda is a town in Al Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria close to the border with Turkey. As a result of the ongoing Syrian Civil War, Amuda is currently under the civil control of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria and ...

Al-Malikiyah

Al-Malikiyah is a small Syrian city and the center of an administrative district belonging to Al-Hasakah Governorate. The district constitutes the northeastern corner of the country, and is where the Syrian Democratic Council convenes. The town i ...

Al-Qahtaniyah, al-Hasakah Governorate

Al-Qahtaniyah, formerly Qubur al-Bid, is a town in northeastern Al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. It is the administrative center of Nahiya al-Qahtaniyah, which consists of 103 localities. Historically an Assyrian city, at the 2004 cens ...

Rmelan

Rmelan is a town in the al-Hasakah Governorate in the northeast of Syria. Administratively part of the Mabadah nahiyah of al-Malikiyah District, the town is located 900 km northeast of the capital Damascus, 165 km northeast of the governorate cap ...

Al-Shaddadah

Al-Shaddadah or al-Shaddadi is a town in southern al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. The town is the administrative center of the al-Shaddadah Nahiya, which consists of 16 municipalities. At the 2004 census, al-Shaddadah had a population ...

Idiorrhythmic monasticism

Idiorrhythmic monasticism is a form of monastic life in Christianity. It was a form of monastic life in Christianity, as evidenced by the monk Anthony of Egypt C. 250-355 and Vice versa coenobitic monasticism that instead of communal ownership, a ...

Monastic Republic of Mount Athos

The Monastic Republic of Mount Athos is a region of northern Greece around the Mount Athos peninsula, in Chalkidiki, enjoying a status of autonomy comparable to the peripheries. It brings together twenty monasteries and the different villages and ...

Church of Saint Nicetas, Moscow

Church of St. Nicetas is one of the oldest parish churches in Moscow. It is known to have existed as early as 1476. Standing on Shvivova Gorka, the eastern slope of Taganka Hill, this small single-dome church once commanded a famous view of Zamos ...

Panagia Portaitissa

The Panagia Portaitissa or the Iviron Theotokos is an Eastern Orthodox icon of the Virgin Mary which was painted by Luke the Evangelist, according to the Sacred Tradition of the Eastern Orthodox Church. The icon is referred to as "Wonderworking" ...

Protos (monastic office)

The office is assumed by a monk who is elected among the members of the Iera Epistasia "Holy Administration" which functions as the executive committee of the Iera Koinotita "Holy Community" - the governing body of Athos composed of representativ ...

Elquemedo Willett Park

Elquemedo T. Willett Park, known as Grove Park until 2010, is a sporting complex in Charlestown, the capital of the Caribbean island of Nevis. The venues primary use is as a cricket ground, and it serves as a home ground for both the Nevis and Le ...

Saint Paul Charlestown Parish

Saint Paul Charlestown is one of 14 administrative parishes that make up Saint Kitts and Nevis. It is located on the island of Nevis, and the parish capital is Charlestown, which is also capital of the entire island. Saint Paul Charlestown is the ...

Saint Thomas Lowland Parish

Saint Thomas Lowland is one of 5 Nevis parishes which are in turn part of the 14 administrative parishes that make up the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Leeward Islands, Lesser Antilles, West Indies. On the coast of this parish consists pri ...

Gagaja

Gagaja is a Rotuman word denoting the position of "Chief" or "Lord". This could be a formal chiefly position in one of the seven districts or a village chief as well as to anyone else, such as the Chairman of the Rotuma Island Council to whom res ...

Motusa

Motusa is a group of close villages in the district of Itutiu, on the island of Rotuma, one of the islands of Fiji. Rotuma is made up of two volcanic landmasses connected by a sandy isthmus, on which Motusa is located. Motusa consists of the foll ...

Rotumans

The Rotumans are the indigenous inhabitants of Rotuma, a small island group forming part of the Republic of Fiji. The island itself is a cultural melting pot at the crossroads of the Micronesian, Melanesian and Polynesian divisions of the Pacific ...

Sau (Rotuman king)

Sau, refers to the role of spiritual leader in pre-Christian Rotuman society. The title was neither primogenitary nor held for a lifetime, but rather was cycled through the chiefs of each of Rotuma’s districts.

Tobago

Tobago is an island within the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located 35 kilometres northeast of the mainland of Trinidad and southeast of Grenada, about 160 kilometres off the coast of northeast Venezuela. According to the earliest Engli ...

History of Tobago

The history of Tobago covers a period from the earliest human settlements on the island of Tobago in the Archaic period, through its current status as a part of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Originally settled by indigenous people, the isl ...

List of colonial governors and administrators of Tobago

This page lists Governors of Tobago. Governors of Tobago have been referred to by the formal titles of "Governor" and "Lieutenant-Governor". For governors of the united Trinidad and Tobago after 1889 see List of Governors of Trinidad and Tobago.

Tobago FA Cup

2005: Roxborough Lakers 3-2 Pepsi Hills United. 2007: Roxborough Lakers. (2007: Роксборо Лейкерс) 2000: Grafton Stokely Vale 2-1 King David Enterprise Goal City. 2008: Roxborough Lakers 4-1 Charlotteville Unifiers. 2002: FC Phoenix 1-1 St. Clairs ...

Tobago United F.C.

Tobago United Football Club was a football club from Trinidad and Tobago, that played in Professional Football League of Trinidad. The teams home arena was a stadium. Dwight Yorke, 3 km from Scarborough, Tobagos main town.

Black Belt (region of Alabama)

The Black Belt is a region of the U.S. state of Alabama. The term originally referred to the regions rich, black topsoil, much of it in the soil order Vertisols. The term took on an additional meaning in the 19th century, when the region was deve ...

Pine Belt (Mississippi)

The Pine Belt, also known as the "Piney Woods", is a region in Southeast Mississippi. The region gets its name from the longleaf pine trees that are abundant in the region.

Black Sea Euroregion

The Congress of the Council of Europe launched a Black Sea Euroregion on 26 September 2008, when the constituent act was signed by 14 authorities in four countries.

Ems Dollart Region

The Ems Dollart Region, established in 1977, is a cross-border organisation located in the northern Dutch-German border area. The region is named after the Ems River and the Dollart estuary. Its aim is to establish and improve contacts and levels ...

EUREGIO

EUREGIO is a cross-border region between the Netherlands and Germany and the first Euroregion. It was founded in 1958 as a German Eingetragener Verein, and has been converted in 2016 into a Public Body based on the 1991 Anholt treaty. Participati ...

Euroregion Bug

Euroregion Bug is a Euroregion that encompasses cross-border areas of Belarus, Poland and Ukraine. The main aim of the agreement is to develop co-operation in the fields of: regional development, transport, communication, delivery of energy and w ...

Euroregion Dniester

Euroregion Dniester is a euroregion located in the Moldova and Ukraine. It was established in February 2012.

Meuse–Rhine Euroregion

The Meuse–Rhine Euroregion is a Euroregion created in 1976, with judicial status achieved in 1991. It comprises 11.000 km² and has around 3.9 million inhabitants around the city-corridor of Aachen–Maastricht–Hasselt–Liege. The seat of the region ...

Region Sonderjylland–Schleswig

Region Sonderjylland–Schleswig is the regional centre for cross-border cooperation between the municipalities of Tonder, Aabenraa, Haderslev and Sonderborg, and regional council of southern Denmark, the districts Schleswig-Flensburg and Nordfries ...

Ashurian Aramaic

Ashurian is a dialect of Middle Aramaic that was once the dialect of the region encompassing the cities of Assur and Hatra and the Nineveh plains in the centre, up to Tur Abdin in the north, Dura-Europos in the west and Tikrit in the south. The m ...

Komopolis

Komopolis was a settlement in Assyria, which is mentioned by Ptolemy, 2nd century geographer, at his work Geography. Ptolemy refers to the head of Assyria, not to the settlements in parts of the tiger, but in "the rest of the country, Near" the χ ...

Assyrian law

Assyrian law or the Code of the Assyrians was very similar to Sumerian and Babylonian law, although the penalties for offenses were generally more brutal. The first copy of the code to come to light, dated to the reign of Tiglath-Pileser I, was d ...

Zamua

Zamua was an ancient Pre-Iranic kingdom, corresponding with the earlier kingdom of Lullubi, which stretched from lake Urmia to the upper reaches of the Diyala River, roughly corresponding with the modern Sulaimania governorate in Iraqi Kurdistan. ...

Bacs-Kiskun County

Bacs-Kiskun is a county located in southern Hungary. It was created as a result of World War II, merging the pre war Bacs-Bodrog and the southern parts of Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun counties. With an area of 8.445 km 2, Bacs-Kiskun is the largest cou ...

North Backa District

The North Backa District is one of seven administrative districts of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It lies in the Backa geographical region. According to the 2011 census results, it has a population of 186.906 inhabitants. The adm ...

South Backa District

The South Backa District is one of seven administrative districts of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. Geographically it lies in the southern part of Backa and northern part of Syrmia. According to the 2011 census results, it has a po ...

West Backa District

The West Backa District is one of seven administrative districts of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It lies in the geographical region of Backa. It has a population of 188.087 inhabitants. The administrative seat of the district is ...

Čik

The Čik or Čiker is a river in northern Serbia. A 95 km long right tributary to the Tisa river, it flows entirely within the Backa region of Vojvodina province.

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