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Judgement Tower

The verdict of the tower is a fortified medieval tower in Maribor, Slovenia. The original tower, built in the early 14th century, secured the South-Western corner of the city walls. It was completely rebuilt in 1540 with a conical roof which burn ...

History of Johannesburg

Johannesburg-the largest city in the Gauteng province of South Africa. It was founded as a small village controlled by the health Committee in 1886 with the opening of the outcrop of a gold reef at Langlaagte farm. The population of the city grew ...

Appallagoda Ambalama

In Appallagoda Ambalama-traditional resting place or the ambalama, in the countryside in the village Appallagoda, 6 km from Kandy town in Sri Lanka. Built in 1922, it is an example of traditional indigenous architecture and is known as the larges ...

Bilkent Erzurum

His Ihsan Doğramacı Foundation Bilkent Erzurum laboratory high school, usually referred to as Bilkent Erzurum or BELS, is as a private Foundation and state funded school under Bilkent University, located in Palandoken, Erzurum, Turkey. It was est ...

Sirvani Mosque

Shirvani-Jami mosque sirvani Mehmet Efendi or Serefeli ICA-Jami mosque in Gaziantep, Turkey. It is located in the neighborhood Seferpasa, southwestf citadel. The mosque, which is one of the oldest in the city, was held sirvani Mehmet Efendi. Anot ...

List of tallest buildings in Izmir

Izmir, the third largest city in Turkey, is home to 14 buildings taller than 100 meters. Most of these buildings were built after 2010 and are clustered near Bayraklı. Hilton Izmir, built between 1987-91, is considered the first skyscraper in the ...

Mersin Free Zone

Mersin free zone is a free economic zone in Mersin, Turkey. This is in the region of the Mediterranean sea, Mersin harbour, 36°4620"n and 34°3900"East longitude It was established on 3 January 1987. It was the first free zone of Turkey. Its origi ...

Ankara (electoral districts)

Ankara-a Turkish province divided into three electoral districts of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. He chooses thirty-six members of Parliament representing the province of the same name for a four year term at the Museum dhondt method, ac ...

Izmir (electoral districts)

Izmir is a Turkish province divided into two electoral districts of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects twenty-six members of Parliament representing the province of the same name for a four year term at the Museum dhondt method, acc ...

St. Mungo (fireboat)

In St. Mungos was a fire hydrant that the fire Glasgow services, Glasgow, Scotland, from 1959 to 1975. At launch, it was described as the most modern fire in the United Kingdom.

C.D. Scully

S. D. Scully was a fire ship built for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The ship belonged to Pittsburgh after his graduation, in 1956, until its sale in Tampa, Florida, in 1973. She has not been in operation for some time, when it was sold. It is the co ...

City of Portland IV

Portland, Maine has a number of fireboats on behalf of the city of Portland. The fourth ship named for the city of Portland was commissioned in 2010. 65 feet 20 m vessel value of $3.2 million to build. Included in its design of the infirmary is l ...

Deluge (fireboat, 1911)

The flood was on the horse acted for decades, in Baltimore, Maryland. When built, in 1911, and its ability to pump of 12.000 litres per minute making it one of the most powerful fireboats. In 1917, the flood plays a key role in the suppression of ...

Geyser (fireboat, 1889)

The geyser was a steam fire ship built in Bay city, Michigan. At the time it was built in 1889, it was assumed that it will be twice as powerful as any other vessel on the river Saginaw.

Independence (fireboat)

The fire Department of Philadelphia started the independence fire hydrant in 2007. The value of the ship million,5 million of which came from the port of FEMA to provide security. September 10, 2010 as independence and smaller fire boat, fireboat ...

Marine 1 (Savannah fireboat)

Marine one marine one fire hydrant $1.5 million at retirement as cost-saving measures, from Savannah, Georgia, in November, 2018.5 million fireboat, retired as austerity measures, from Savannah, Georgia, in November 2018. Savanna purchased the bo ...

Fireboats of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of USAs most active inland ports, has been serviced several fireboats. On December 16, 2016, the city placed an order for a modern fire ship, when the last waterfront fires, 2015 and 2016, could not be properly fough ...

Cynortas

Cynortas was the son of king Amyclas of Sparta and Queen Diomede, and thus, the kings brother Argalus, Hyacinth, Polyboea, Laodamia or Leanira, and in other versions of Daphne. He was the father of Oebalus or Perieres, who either came to the throne.

Hippocoon of Sparta

Hippocoon was a son of the Spartan king Oebalus and Bateia. His brothers or half-brothers was Tyndareus and Icarius. Names Hippocoons sons include lycon, Alcinoe, Dorycleus, Scaeus, Enarophorus, Eurytus, Bucolus, Euteiches, Lycaethus, Hippothous, ...

Oebalus

Oibalus was the son of Cynortas or Argalus. He was the second husband of Princess Gorgophone and thus son-in-law of hero Perseus. With her or the Naiad Bateia, Oibalos father of Tyndareus, Icarius and Hippocoon, as well as a daughter, arene, who ...

Amoghabhuti

Amogh was not the king of the Kuninda Kingdom in the North of India, at the end of the 2nd century BC to the 1st century BC. He is known for his beautiful silver and copper coinage where his name is mentioned along with his title, Maharaja. Its s ...

Dhanabhuti

Dhanabhūti or Vatsiputra Dhanabhūti was the 2nd or 1st century BC Buddhist king in Central India, and the most prominent donors to the Bharhut stupa. It appears in two or three major inscriptions on the stupa of Bharhut, and, perhaps, in another ...

Vasudeva Kanva

Vasudeva kanva was the founder of the dynasty of kanva. He initially Amatya last Shunga ruler Devabhuti. Vasudeva killed the last ruler of the Shunga dynasty and created the outline. Banas Harshacharita informs us that he came to power after the ...

Chandravarman

Chandravarman was the king Pushkarana Kingdom in the district of Bankura of West Bengal. The Kingdom was created shortly before the emergence of the Gupta Empire, and was located to the West of Samatata Kingdom of the Eastern Bengal. Chandravarma ...

Grahavarman

Grahavarman was the king of Kannauj, about the seventh century of our era. He came from a dynasty Maukhari and succeeded his father Avantivarman. Rajyashri married Grahavarman, the daughter of the ruler of Thanesar, Prabhakar Vardhana. Marriage s ...

Goda Ravi

Year Ravi was the Chera king Perumal medieval Kerala, South India. The temple of the inscription in the regnal years 15 to 30 years, Ravi was discovered from the village Chokkur Puthur, near Koduvally, Height Hoist Thrissur, Avittathur, Tripparan ...

Suhaldev

Suhaldev, the legendary Indian king of Shravasti, mentioned in the 17th century in Persian historical novel Mirat-I-Masudi. According to the text, he defeated and killed the General of the Ghaznavid Ghazi Salar Masud at Bahraich, in the early 11t ...

Birpal

Birpal was the founder and first king of Chutia Kingdom. He claimed descent from king family name Virmukka. According to Assamese manuscripts, due to some misfortune Birpal already to settle down with 60 Chutia families in the hill named Swarnagi ...

Pratapdhavala

Pratapdhavala was Khayaravala king in the 12th century. There is an inscription Pratapdhavala in Phulwaria, Tutrahi autumn rock inscription of Vikram Samvat 1214, rock inscription Tarachandi Vikram Samvat 1225.

Karna (Vaghela dynasty)

Karna was his last vaghela king of Gujarat region in India. Little is known about his life except his defeat by Alaudin Khalji of the Delhi Sultanate. Forces Alauddins looted his Kingdom in 1299, forcing him to flee Gujarat. Karna seems to be sei ...

Ratnadhwajpal

Ratnadhwajpal, was the son of Birpal and the second ruler of the Chutia Kingdom in the 13th century. He reigned for nearly 40 years and was responsible for making shaktism main religion Chutia Kingdom.

Shri Pratapa

Sri Pratapa was Khayaravala king in the 13th century. There is an inscription of Sri Pratapa in Rohtas Vikram Samvat 1279. According to the inscription, he won the "Yavana" of the army, "Yavana" here probably refers to the common Muslim. Accordin ...

Kailas Pal

Raja Kailas PAL Pathania was a king Nurpur, who succeeded Raja Jas PAL as the chief of the Pathania clan of Rajputs. He is given credit for wounding and defeating the famous General of the Muslim Tatar Khan, who was Governor of Khorasan and invad ...

Shivdas Karn

Shivdas Karn was a Nagvanshi king in the 14th century. He managed to get out of Karn. He created Vishnu idol in the temple Hapamuni in Gumla district in Vikram Samvat 1458 by the inscription. The temple was previously constructed Gajghat Heaven i ...

Pratap Karn

Karn Pratap was a Nagvanshi king in the 15th century. During his reign, ghatwar kings rebelled. King Tamar was attacked by Nagvanshi king in Khukhragarh. Karn Pratap sought help main Harvar Baghdeo of Khayaragarh. Baghdeo defeated king Tamar, kil ...

Shekha of Amarsar

Maha RAO Shekha, also spelled Sheik, was a chieftain in the 15th century in India. This rustling gets its name from its, including areas of Sikar, Churu and Jhunjhunu in the modern Indian state of Rajasthan. He was born Kachhwaha chief Mokulsingh ...

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