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Victorino Cunha Cup


Angola youth international footballers


Angola Africa Cup of Nations squad navigational boxes


Angola FIFA World Cup squad navigational boxes


African Games medalists for Angola


Anguilla football navigational boxes


Central American and Caribbean Games silver medalists for Antigua and Barbuda


Central American and Caribbean Games bronze medalists for Antigua and Barbuda


Antigua and Barbuda Premier Division players


Antigua and Barbuda at the 2020 Summer Olympics

Antigua and Barbuda are expected to compete at the summer Olympic games of 2020 in Tokyo. Initially scheduled to be held from 24 July to 9 August 2020, the games were rescheduled for 23 July to 8 August 2021, because of the pandemic 2019-20 coron ...


Pan American Games silver medalists for Antigua and Barbuda


Pan American Games bronze medalists for Antigua and Barbuda


Cafe Las Violetas

Cafe House Las violetas includes a restaurant and a café on the corner of Avenida Medrano and Avenida Rivadavia in the area of Almagro in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Puerto de la Musica

In Puerto de La Musica is a planned cultural complex, which was built in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, on the paraná river. As of June 2012, the plan for the foreseeable future.


King Anthurium

Anthurium veitchii, Anthurium king, this epiphytic species of flowering plants in the genus Anthurium is originally from Colombia. It is grown in more temperate climates in a greenhouse or indoor plant for its large, drooping leaves that can be s ...


All Saints Cathedral, Santa Fe

All Saints Cathedral, also called Cathedral of Santa Fe, the main Catholic Church and the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe de La Vera Cruz. It is located on Bigradier street Estanislao lópez in Santa Fe, Santa Fe, Argentina. In 1649, the ...


Camino de las Altas Cumbres

In recent years, in the 1950-ies, it became clear that there was a need to modernize the old suspension bridges road in the province of Cordoba, Argentina. Increased traffic and trade between the provinces of Cordoba, Mendoza and San Juan roads t ...


Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Parana

Our lady of the rosary Cathedral, also called the paraná Cathedral is the main Catholic temple in the city of paraná, province of entre Rios, in the South American country Argentina. It is located on Calle S. Francisco early Monte Caseros between ...


America Cultural Center

In 1958 the club on 20 February was open, and in 1908, the Association decided to build its own building. So, in 1910, an engineer and architect Arturo Prins created the project, and engineers and architects Correa and Cornejo continues construct ...


Estancia Cristina

Estancia Cristina, Argentina the estancia is located in the National Park Los Glaciares, in the province of Santa Cruz. Founded in 1914 by Joseph Percival masters, an Englishman who came to Patagonia with his wife in 1900, Estancia Cristina was n ...


Office buildings in Argentina


Pan American Games medalists for Argentina



Leptadenia is a genus of plants of the family Apocynaceae, first described as a genus in 1810. It is native to Africa, including Madagascar, and in South-West Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Species Leptadenia pyrotechnica Forssk. Decne. - wide ...


Japanese Skimmia

Skimmia Japonica, Japanese skimmia, is a species of flowering plant in the family Rutaceae, native to Japan, China and Southeast Asia. Growing to 6 m tall and broad, rounded evergreen shrub with glossy, leathery leaves; widely cultivated as an or ...


St. Philomenas Church, Paradera

Church. Philomena is a religious building belonging to the Catholic Church, is located in Paradera, on the Caribbean island of Aruba, an Autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the lesser Antilles. Temple repeats the Roman or ...


Aruba football navigational boxes


Central American and Caribbean Games silver medalists for Aruba


Central American and Caribbean Games bronze medalists for Aruba


John Dalton (architect)


King dryandra

Banksia proteoides, commonly known as king dryandra, is a shrub endemic to Western Australia. It was known as Dryandra proteoides until 2007, when all Dryandra species were transferred to Banksia by Austin mast and Kevin Thiele.


Exhibition Park in Canberra

Exhibition Park Canberra is 70 hectares and several buildings, places, exhibitions, conferences, events, located in the suburb of Lyneham in Canberra, Australia.


St Francis Xaviers Cathedral, Wollongong

The Cathedral of St. Francis Xavier, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, is the seat of the Bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Wollongong, presently the most Reverend Brian Mascord. The Cathedral is the oldest Church of any denomination ...


The Groovesmiths

In Groovesmiths are an Australian roots-music band, founded by Gavin Shoesmith, the former bass player from the trio of John Butler. Originally located in Darwin, Northern territory, Shoesmith moved to Fremantle. The group recognized its unique s ...


Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Province of Sydney


Churches in Queensland


Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Province of Brisbane


Johnstone River satinash

Syzygium Erythrocalyx, commonly known as river satinash Johnstone, is a native rainforest tree in Northern Queensland, Australia. Tree to 30 m tall, with large broad elliptical leaves to 20 cm long, prominent veins, and new growth is red. Edible ...


Churches in Victoria (Australia)


Churches in Western Australia


Mosques in Victoria (Australia)


Roman Catholic Diocese of Bunbury


Roman Catholic Diocese of Ballarat


Roman Catholic Diocese of Sale


Roman Catholic Diocese of Sandhurst


Kelloggs bluegrass

PoA kelloggii is a species of grass known by the General name Kelloggs bluegrass. It is endemic to Northern and Central coast of California, where it grows in the coastal forests, including pine forests. It is a perennial grass that produces sing ...


Ruins (Australian band)

Ruins is an Australian black metal band formed in Hobart, Tasmania. The band was formed somewhere between 2000 and 2002 by Alex Pope, Dave Haley.


Thrall (metal band)

Thrall started in that void Solos, drum-machine black metal project in 2005. In this demo called Wrath of the eternal punishment, reverb-soaked, Leviathan-esque four-track recording, 20 CD-R copies - was released. Void Wait recruited them to prov ...


Australian melodic death metal musical groups


Australian technical death metal musical groups



Synaescope is a metal band from Sydney, New South Wales, who released their debut EP like a light in 2015. The group consists of Warren, Luke, l, James and Daniel. In 2016, took first place in the vote over the heavy logs of the best underground ...

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