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Marangaroo Drive

In Osborne Park drive artery East-West road, located in the Northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. This road was originally part of the Warwick road, but in the late 1970s, Warwick road has been rebuilt, so the road section of Warwick, whi ...

                                               

Gawler bypass road

Gawler bypass the main route North–South in the outer Northern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. It was a national designation national highway A20 North of the Northern Expressway, while South of this intersection, it had the state designati ...

                                               

Reid Highway

Reid highway is a 23 km highway East-West highway and partially in the Northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia, linking North beach with Middle Swan. Under the state route 3, it forms half Perths outer ring road, the highway ROE, which it en ...

                                               

Roe Highway

ROE highway is a 35 kilometre limited access highway and partial freeway in Perth, Western Australia, Kewdale linking the city with North-Eastern and South-Western suburbs. The Northern Terminus is at Reid highway and great Northern highway in th ...

                                               

Joondalup Drive

Joondalup drive is a major distributor road in the Northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. The road runs through the city Joondalups Central business district and extends for several kilometers to the East via the neighbouring residential s ...

                                               

California desertdandelion

Malacothrix californica is a species of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae known by the common name California desertdandelion. He is a native of California, the Western edge of Arizona and California, where it can be found, especially on ...

                                               

Buttercup Flower

Allamanda is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. They are native to North and South America, where they are distributed from Mexico to Argentina. Some species are known as ornamental plants grown for their large, colorful flowe ...

                                               

Bushsunflower

Simsia is a genus of flowering plants in the tribe of the sunflower family Daisy. It includes annuals, herbaceous perennials and shrubs. They range from the Western United States South through Central and South America to Argentina with centre of ...

                                               

Bug catcher

Pink velvet bean lanky, state of perennial herbs of the legume family, Fabaceae. It is widely distributed in the African tropics and the humid highlands of the African tropics, from Senegal and Ethiopia South to South-East Africa. She wears rough ...

                                               

Buckleys St. Johnswort

Hypericum buckleyi or Buckleys St. Johnswort and previously known as St. Johns wort buckleii, is one of the species of the genus Hypericum. It is located in the South-Eastern United States.

                                               

Brownes dock

Rumex Brownii, hooked the mooring, and a Shuttle service to the dock or swamp dock, a refrigerator and a tea / coffee maker perennial herb native to Australia and is widespread and grows in disturbed areas. Introduced weeds in the Pacific Islands ...

                                               

Campanulas

For the main belt asteroid, see 1077 Campanula. For the racehorse, see Campanula horse. The hydrozoan genus Campanula is usually included in Campanularia today. Campanula is one of several genera of flowering plants in the family Campanulaceae wi ...

                                               

Calicoflower

Downingia is a genus of 13 annual plants native to Western North America and Chile. Commonly known as "calicoflowers", they stand out for the formation of massive manifestations of small but colorful flowers around the reservoirs. The series, whi ...

                                               

California alkaligrass

Puccinellia simplex is a type of grass known common names California Western alkaligrass and alkali grass. He is a native of California, where it grows in Mineral springs and other moist habitat with saline soils in the Central valley, the Mojave ...

                                               

California angelica

Angelica californica is a species of Angelica known as Angelica of California. It is located in Northern California, and occasionally in southern Oregon. Its habitats are dry, low mountain slopes of the foothills and the coast ranges. He carries ...

                                               

Language Bureau of the Northwest Territories

The language Bureau was a government Agency that provides language in the 11 official languages of the Northwest territories for almost 25 years.

                                               

California yampah

Perideridia californica is a species of flowering plant in the family apiaceae, known by the common name California Yampa. It is endemic to California, where it is known from the Central Coast ranges and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. It gro ...

                                               

Camphor tansy

Tansy camphoratum is a type of flowering plant in the Aster family known to the common names camphor tansy and Dune tansy. It is native to the Pacific coast of North America from British Columbia to California, where it grows on sand dunes and ot ...

                                               

Candelabra spurge

Euphorbia lactea is a species of milkweed native to tropical Asia, mainly in India. This erect shrub growing up to 5 meters 16 feet tall, with succulent branches 3-5 cm 1.2–2.0 in diameter, ridged, with a triangular or rhombic cross-section, the ...

                                               

Burr chervil

Anthriscus caucalis, also of Burr chervil or Bur-chervil, a plant of the family Umbelliferae. It is similar in appearance to chervil, simple culinary herbs of the same kind. He sends a thin, hollow stems and bears umbels of white flowers. Light g ...

                                               

Burnweed

Erechtites is a genus of flowering plants in the Daisy family commonly known as ultra-light copper alloy or burnweeds. They are native to North and South America and Australia, but some species are widespread weeds. Some species of this genus are ...

                                               

All Saints Church, Lydd

All Saints Church, also known as Lydd Church or the Cathedral on the marsh, the Church in Lydd, Kent, South East England. It belongs to the diocese of Canterbury. All Saints is the longest parish Church in Kent at 199 metres and also has one of t ...

                                               

Bytham Castle

Bytham castle was a castle in the village of castle Bytham in Lincolnshire The castle is considered to be of early Norman origin. Excavation, on the hill above the village, are visible, but nothing out of the stone above the ground. There is no p ...

                                               

All Saints Church, West Ham

Two oddities worth noting that in the present Church: the font, dated 1707, which is the name of three churchwardens instead of the usual two ancient parish was divided into three chambers and custom continues, and the other-clock tower, made in ...

                                               

Andwell Priory

Andwell Priory of alien Benedictine monastery in Andwell, Hampshire, England. This small monastery was founded as cells of the great Benedictine Abbey of Tiron in the twelfth century Adam de port of Mapledurwell near. Grant of lands in Nately and ...

                                               

Kilton Castle

Kilton castle is a ruined castle overlooking the valley of the Kilton Beck, near the village of Kilton in the historic County of North Yorkshire in England. The castle was built in the 12th century and has been described as in a state of neglect ...

                                               

Nantwich Castle

Nantwich castle was a Norman castle in Nantwich, Cheshire, England, built before 1180 to guard the Ford across the river weaver. The castle is first documented in 1288. He was last recorded in 1462, and was in ruins-1485. No trace now remains abo ...

                                               

Aldermanshaw Priory

Aldermanshaw the monastery was founded by V. 1220-1235. It was the cell of a small monastery dependent on the parent house of the Abbey of Bermondsey in London. The name is believed to refer to Alvin or Alwinus child, the founder of the priorys m ...

                                               

Glottenham Castle

Glottenham castle was a castle in Mountfield, East Sussex, about 5 miles North of battle Abbey. Built in the thirteenth century, it was abandoned in the late 16th or 17th century.

                                               

St Mary Magdalene, Richmond

St. Mary Magdalene, Richmond, in the Anglican diocese of Southwark, is a grade II* listed parish Church on Paradise road, Richmond, London. The Church was built in the early 16th century, but has been significantly modified so that in addition to ...

                                               

Mare Street

On the street Mare street in London Hackney. It has existed since the 15th century, when it was one of the first roads in the parish center. He was known as Merestret. The words were just either old English mǣre in the sense of boundaries, referr ...

                                               

The George Hotel, Barton-upon-Humber

                                               

Burr-daisy

Calotis is a genus of herbs or small shrubs of the family Asteraceae Compositae. Most species are native to Australia, while two occur in Asia. Species

                                               

The Volunteer Arms, Barton-upon-Humber

                                               

Yelverton Lodge

Yelverton Lodge is an 18th-century hunting Lodge on the road Richmond to London in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames. Opposite marble hill Park and marble hill house, it was acquired for Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk, who was the ...

                                               

Trinity Methodist Church, Barton-upon-Humber

Trinity Methodist Church is a light brick house with a gable and Welsh slate roof. The front is decorated with Doric pilasters. Five bays between the pilasters contain arched Windows, two on each of the two external compartments and one in the ce ...

                                               

Cabruitinga

Cyclolobium Brasiliense is one of the species of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the subfamily Faboideae. It grows in Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay and is the only member of the genus Cyclolobium.

                                               

Canoewood

The liriodendron is a genus of two species characterized by large trees, deciduous over most of its population in the Magnolia family. These trees are widely known by the common name Tulip tree or tuliptree for their large flowers superficially r ...

                                               

Netley Castle

Netley castle is a former artillery Fort built in 1542 and 1544 by Henry VIII in the village of Netley, Hampshire. She was included in the program of the device of the kings for protection from the invasion of France and the Holy Roman Empire, an ...

                                               

Dunraven Street

Dunraven street-a street in Londons Mayfair. It was founded in 1750-ies street Norfolk, and in the 19th century was known as new street in Norfolk. In 1939 it was renamed street Dunraven the London County Council after fourth count Dunraven and m ...

                                               

St Elizabeth of Portugal Church

St Elizabeth of Portugal Church is a Roman Catholic parish Church in the vineyard, Richmond in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames, South West London. It is adjacent to life Church vineyard. Dedicated to the 14th century Queen consort of P ...

                                               

Drayton Gardens

Drayton gardens is a residential street in South Kensington / Chelsea, London Sw10. It runs approximately North to South from old Brompton road to Fulham road.

                                               

Hollywood Road, West Brompton

Hollywood road is a residential street in West Brompton, London, Sw10. It runs approximately North to South from Tregunter road to Fulham road. The area is within the protection of the Boltons, established in 1970 in the Royal borough of Kensingt ...

                                               

Victoria Grove, Kensington

Victoria grove Street in Kensington, London W8. The construction of the house began in 1837 and finished in 1841. The earth is locally bought John Inderwick 1785-1867 in 1836, "have been variously described as optics or ivory Turner, and finally ...

                                               

Portland Road, Notting Hill

Portland road is a road in Notting hill in the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea, which was built as a speculative development in 1850-ies. The road was noted for its division into three sections of different wealth: the section between Hol ...

                                               

East Sheen Filling Station

Gas station East bus-service gas stations in 567 upper Richmond road, East Bus, London SW14 in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames. It dates from about 1926. In the historic 2012 England defined it as a building-monument of architecture of ...

                                               

Salterbeck

Salterbeck is a residential complex on the South side of Workington, built during the 1930s on farmland for Steelworkers and their families moved to the area. About 70% of homes now owned by the Associations housing situation, and the rest are in ...

                                               

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paris

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paris is one of twenty-three archdioceses of the Catholic Church in France. The original diocese is traditionally thought to have been created in the 3rd century Saint-Denis and corresponded with Parisiorum "Civi ...

                                               

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Poitiers

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Poitiers is the Archdiocese of the Latin rite of the Roman Catholic Church in France. In the archepiscopal see in Poitiers. In the diocese of Poitiers includes the two departments of Vienne and Deux-sèvres. The c ...

                                               

Roman Catholic Diocese of Digne

The Roman Catholic diocese of Digne, is a diocese of the Latin rite of the Roman Catholic Church in France. Built in the 4th century in the diocese of Digne, the diocese was known as the diocese of Digne in 1922. The diocese comprises the entire ...

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