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Soba, Korhogo

Soba is a neighbourhood of Korhogo, a city in northern Ivory Coast. It is located in the southeast quarter of the city. Soba was a municipality until March 2012, when he became one of the 1.126 communities across the country that have been cancelled.

Belleville, Bouake

Belleville is a neighbourhood of Bouake, Ivory Coast. Administratively, it is in the sub-prefecture of Bouake-Ville, Bouake Department, Gbêkê Region, Vallee du Bandama District. Belleville was a municipality until March 2012, when he became one o ...

Koko, Bouake

Koko is a neighbourhood of Bouake, Ivory Coast. It is located in the northwest quadrant of the city. Administratively, Koko is in the sub-prefecture of Bouake-Ville, Bouake Department, Gbêkê Region, Vallee du Bandama District. Coco municipality u ...

Tzrifin

Tzrifin is an area in Gush Dan in central Israel, located on the eastern side of Rishon LeZion and including parts of Beer Yaakov. The area proper is defined as an area without jurisdiction between the two cities. Almost the entire area of Tzrifi ...

Malakhi Junction

The Malakhi Junction, also known as Qastina for the Arab village which once stood there, is a major road junction in Israel, between Highway 40 and 3. It is located on the 37th kilometer of Highway 3. Like most junctions in Israel, it is a major ...

Herzliya Pituah

Herzliya Pituach is an affluent beachfront neighbourhood in the western part of the city of Herzliya, Israel, in the Tel Aviv District. It has about 10.000 residents. Home to many wealthy Israelis, it is known for its hotels, restaurants and high ...

Givat Shmuel

Givat Shmuel is a city in the Center District of Israel. It is located in the eastern part of the Gush Dan Metropolitan Area and bordered by Ramat Gan and Bnei Brak to the West, Kiryat Ono to the South and Petah Tikva to the East and North. In 20 ...

Hod HaSharon

Hod HaSharon is a city in the Central District of Israel. The city is located approximately 10 kilometres east of the Mediterranean coastline, south of Kfar Saba, southeast of Raanana, and northeast of Ramat HaSharon. Hod-HaSharon officially beca ...

Kiryat Yam

Kiryat Yam is a city in the Haifa Bay district of Israel, 12 km north of Haifa. One of a group of Haifa suburbs known as the Krayot, it is located on the Mediterranean coast, between Kiryat Haim and the Tzur Shalom industrial area, east of Kiryat ...

Tirat Carmel

Tirat Carmel, or Tirat HaCarmel, is a city in the Haifa District in Israel. In 2018 it had a population of 22.210. For centuries on the site of the modern city was controlled by many people, including the Romans, the Ottoman and the British. The ...

Majdal Shams

Majdal Shams is a Druze town in the southern foothills of Mt. Hermon, north of the Golan Heights. The majority of residents are of Syrian-Druze origin. Since the June 1967 Six-Day War, the village has been governed by Israel, first under martial ...

Tent of Nations

Tent of Nations is an educational and environmental farm covering 400 dunams next to the village of Nahalin, on a hill top southwest of Bethlehem. The farm has been in Daoud Nassars family since 1916 when his grandfather purchased the land known ...

Kfar Tikvah

Kfar Tikvah is an Israeli institution near Kiryat Tivon, where the disabled live together in the style of a kibbutz.

Tallet 86

Tallet 86 is a village in the Gaza Strip of the Palestinian territories, around 8 kilometres to the north-east of the town of Khan Yunis and to the east of the main line connecting towns in the sector to Rafah. It is situated halfway between the ...

Adullam Grove Nature Reserve

Adullam Grove Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in central Israel, south of Beit Shemesh, managed by the Israel Nature and National Parks Protection Authority.

Apulia Carbonate Platform

The Apulia Carbonate Platform in Apulia, Italy was a major palaeogeographic element of the southern margin of the Mesozoic Tethys Ocean. It is one of the so-called peri-Adriatic platforms, which are comparable to the Bahama Banks in their carbona ...

Coppa Nevigata

Coppa Nevigata is an archaeological site in the province of Foggia, southern Italy, southwest of Manfredonia, on the Apulian coast of the Gargano peninsula. The earliest human presence on the site, which was located on the edge of the coastal lag ...

Montursi

Montursi is a frazione or section of the comune of Gioia del Colle, in the Province of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy. It has approximately 700 inhabitants. Neighboring towns of Castellaneta, Laterza, Mottola, in the province of Taranto, Matera in ...

Silva gallinaria

The Silva Gallinaria is a rich thicket characterized by evergreen trees and shrubs typical of the Macchia Mediterranea, which grows naturally on a sandy and devoid of water. The most common tree that reigns unchallenged is the Quercus Ilex called ...

Ronzano

Ronzano is a suburban district of Bologna, Italy on a hill 3 kilometers west-southwest of the city centre. It is notable for its hermitage. In 1848 G. Dozza discovered Etruscan artefacts on the Ronzano hill. These include some of bronze, a sword ...

Roman Campagna

The Roman Campagna, or just Campagna, is a low-lying area surrounding Rome in the Lazio region of central Italy, with an area of approximately 2.100 square kilometres. It is bordered by the Tolfa and Sabatini mountains to the North, the Alban hil ...

Geography of Lombardy

Lombardy is an administrative region of Italy that is split into four geographic regions - mountains, alpine forest, and the upper and lower plains south of the Po river. These are crossed and dotted by dozens of rivers and lakes, the latter of w ...

Legnanese (region)

The Legnanese, or Urban Conglomerate of Legnano, is an urban area that corresponds to the Alto Milanese. It includes Legnano, its namesake, and some of the comunes neighboring Legnano along the Olona river and State Road 33 for Sempione. The regi ...

Muro di Sormano

The Muro di Sormano is a hill located in Sormano, Italy. This climb is one of the most severe to have been used in road cycling, with an average gradient of 17% and a maximum of 25%. The road up the climb, fell into disuse from 1963 to 2006. Afte ...

Geography of Piedmont

The Geography of Piedmont is that of a territory predominantly mountainous, 43.3%, but yes with extensive areas of hills which represent 30.3% of the territory, and of plains. To the North and to the West in Piedmont surrounded by the Alps, south ...

Anglona

Anglona is a historical region of northern Sardinia, Italy. Its main center is Castelsardo. For the village in Basilicata, see Tursi. For the ship, see Anglona clipper

Aquae Neapolitanae

The Aquae Neapolitanae or Aquae Calidae Neapolitanorum are springs and their adjoining population nucleus mentioned by Ptolemy as well as in the Antonine Itinerary, which places them at a considerable distance inland from Neapolis, on the road fr ...

Iglesiente

The Iglesiente is a traditional and geographical subdivision of Sardinia, Italy. It encompasses the northern province of Carbonia-Iglesias and the south-western one of the province of Medio Campidano, and its main center is Iglesias. Languages in ...

Marmilla

Marmilla is a natural region of southern-central Sardinia, Italy. It is bounded to the East and South by Campidano from the North-West of Monte Arci, North to Giara Di Gesturi and Giara Di serri, and from East to Flumini-manna. From a geological ...

Platamona

Platamona is a coastal area in northern Sardinia, Italy, located along the Gulf of Asinara, in the municipality of Sassari, between the commune of Sorso and Porto Torres. In Platamona the name comes from the Greek platamon-ONOS, which means a fla ...

Riviera del Corallo

The Riviera del Corallo is a coastal stretch of north-west Sardinia in the south of the Nurra plain, which includes the town of Alghero. It is co called because of the great importance of the red coral that is fished in its waters and worked to m ...

Sulcis

Its municipalities are: Calasetta, Carbonia, Carloforte, Giba, Gonnesa, Masainas, Narcao, Nuxis, Perdaxius, Piscinas, Portoscuso, San Giovanni Suergiu, Santadi, SantAnna Arresi, SantAntioco, Tratalias, Villaperuccio, Teulada. Part of the region a ...

Balcony of Sicily

Balcony of Sicily refers to the Sicilian town of Chiaramonte Gulfi in the province of Ragusa. The town was given this nickname for its panoramic position, with views over the Valley of the Ippari and its towns and all the way to the Mediterranean ...

Cozzo Busone

Cozzo Busone is a hill that is located in Raffadali, Agrigento, inside which were found the famous Venus of Busoni, two female statuettes of the Copper, now on display at the Archaeological Museum of Agrigento. He was also the oldest person Raffa ...

Pizzolungo

Pizzolungo is a small Italian seaside village in western Sicily. It is situated just north of the city of Trapani. Pizzolungo has white, sandy beaches and the hills and cliffs surround the coastline, making for a scenic view. It is the ancestral ...

Riserva naturale dello Zingaro

Riserva naturale dello zingaro was the first natural reserve set up in Sicily in May 1981, located almost completely in the municipal territory of San Vito Lo Capo. It stretches along some seven kilometers of unspoilt coastline of the Gulf of Cas ...

Padua–Treviso–Venice metropolitan area

The Padua–Treviso–Venice metropolitan area or Venice city–region is the urban agglomeration centred on the cities of Padova, Treviso, and Venice in the Veneto region of northeast Italy. It is defined statistically and does not correspond to a sin ...

Canneto (Caronia)

Canneto is a village and civil parish of the Italian municipality of Caronia, in the Province of Messina, Sicily. In Italian language its name means reed bed.

Poveglia

Poveglia is a small island located between Venice and Lido in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. A small canal divides the island into two separate parts. The island first appears in the historical record in 421, and was populated until the res ...

Cunziria

Cunziria is situated in an open valley adjacent to hills covered with prickly pears. The buildings structure and architectural details make it an example of the rural agricultural style of 18th-century Sicily. The ruins of the church of Saint Egi ...

Farnetta

Farnetta is a small village in the Terre Arnolfe countryside, 16 miles northwest of the Italian city of Terni, Umbria. It is included in the comune of Montecastrilli in the province of Terni. It has a population of 283. Farnetta got its name from ...

Ginostra (village)

Ginostra is a small village set in a natural amphitheater in the southwest of the island of Stromboli, north to Sicily, southern Italy. The village has about forty permanent residents, and fewer than a dozen mules and donkeys. The tiny village is ...

Stoccareddo

Stoccareddo is a village in the comune of Gallio, Province of Vicenza, Italy. It is known for its 400 villagers with great health who tend to be able to consume fatty foods without the consequences of strokes and heart attacks. Informally, Stocca ...

Mount Salviano Guided Nature Reserve

The Mount Salviano Guided Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in Abruzzo, Italy, established in 1999. It lies in the territory of the comune of Avezzano, in the Province of LAquila. The reserve is named after Mount Salviano, a massif that extends ...

Nature Reserve Bosco di Alcamo

The Nature Reserve Bosco di Alcamo is a natural protected area of Regione Siciliana established in 1984, and located on the top of monte Bonifato, which dominates the town of Alcamo.

Nature Reserve of Ghirardi

The Nature Reserve of Ghirardi is a 370-hectare nature reserve located in the Province of Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. It was established in 2010.

Nature Reserve Pineta Dannunziana

The Nature Reserve Pineta Dannunziana is a 53-hectare nature reserve located in Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy. It was established in 2000.

Valle Canal Novo

Valle Canal Novo is a nature reserve near Marano, a small town in the north east of Italy. Consisting primarily of a lagoon, which was historically used for fishing, it is 121 hectares in size and in the same protected area as the Foci dello Stella.

Lago di Mezzola

It lies between the Pian di Spagna to the south, which divides it from Lake Como and is an ecologically important wetland habitat, and the Piano di Chiavenna to the north, which leads up to Chiavenna. Both are crossed by the river Mera which is L ...

Marano Lagoon

Marano Lagoon stretches from Lignano Sabbiadoro to the east for nearly 90 km. It is considered the twin of the Venice Lagoon, that is located a few km to the west. Sometimes it is called Marano-Grado lagoon, but geographically it is divided in tw ...