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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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Bystrzyca

Bystrzyca Tysmienica, a tributary of the Tysmenica river. Bystrica river, a river in modern Ukraine. Lomnicka of the Bystrzyca, a tributary of the river Nysa kłodzka. Bystrzyca Audra, a tributary of the Oder. Bystrzyca Dusznicka, a tributary of t ...

                                               

Vltavou

Borsov nad Vltavou, a village in the district Ceske Budejovice, South Bohemian region. Vranje nad Vltavou, a village in the Prague-West district, Central Bohemian region. Rozmberk nad Vltavou, a village in the Czech Krumlovska district, South Boh ...

                                               

Vrbice

Vrbice may refer to: Vrbice Baclawski district-a village in Belovskom area, Czech Republic. Vrbice is a village in Karlovy vary district, Czech Republic. Vrbice Litomeeice District is a village in Litomeice district, Czech Republic. Vrbice Bohumi ...

                                               

Neuenburg

Neuenburg may refer to: Neuenburg, part of Estela in Lower Saxony, Germany. Neuenburg, part of Loffingen in Baden-württemberg, Germany. German name for the city of Neuchatel in Switzerland. Neuenburg am Rhein, a town in Baden-württemberg, Germany ...

                                               

Stodolni street (Ostrava)

Ostrava Stodolni street is a street in the center of the city of Ostrava. This is a unique phenomenon of social life in Ostrava. The street itself and its immediate surroundings offer dozens of bars, restaurants and clubs that young people visit ...

                                               

Benesov (disambiguation)

Benešov is a city in Central Bohemia and the capital of the district of benešov, Czech Republic Beneshov can also refer to: Gornji benešov, a town in the Moravian-Silesian region of the Czech Republic, was called simply benešov until 1926. Benešo ...

                                               

Tomice

Tomice may refer to the following places: in Poland: Tomice, Zabkowice Slaskie County in lower Silesian Voivodeship of South-West Poland. Tomice, lesser Poland Voivodeship South Poland. Tomice, Pleszew County in greater Poland Voivodeship, West-C ...

                                               

Rataje

Rataje may refer to the following places: Czech Republic The rataj Krolicki district, a village in the district Kromerizska. The rataj Benesovska district, a village in the district Benesovska. The rataj Tabor district, a village in the district ...

                                               

ujezd

uezd is a very common Czech toponym, roughly meaning "bypassed". It refers to a settlement recently founded in the Middle ages. The boundaries of such a plot of land were established by circumnavigating the area on horseback.

                                               

Beezova

Beezova may refer to several places in the Czech Republic: Beethova zlín region, district, village in zlín district. Beethova Sokolovsky district, a town in the Sokolov district. Beethova-nad Svitavou, a town in the district Svitavska. Beethova K ...

                                               

Petrovice

Petrovice may refer to: Petrovice-Brunarski district, a village in Brutalism area, Czech Republic. Petrovice-Hradec-Kralovsky district, a village in Hradec-Kralovsky district, Czech Republic. Petrovice Prague, a district of Prague, Czech Republic ...

                                               

Albrechtice

Albrechts may refer to: Place Albrechtice, a town in the Moravian-Silesian region of Bruntal, Czech Republic. Velke Albrechtice, a village in the Moravian-Silesian region of Novy Jicin district, Czech Republic. Albrechtice nad Orlici, a village i ...

                                               

Beezi

Beezi may refer to one of the following places in the Czech Republic: Beezi u Tyna nad Vltavou, Temelin, Czech Republic-Budejovice district. Beezi Prague-East District. (Beezi Прага-Восточный Район) Beezi u Sebestenic, Zbysov v Čechach, Kutna Hor ...

                                               

Sedlec

Sedlec may refer to the following places in the Czech Republic: Sedlec Czech-Budejovicky district, a village in the Czech-Budejovicka area. Sedlec Mlada-Boleslavsky district, a village in Mlada-Boleslavsky district. Sedlec Literackiego district, ...

                                               

Mnichov

Mnichov or Mnichov may refer to: Mihovski district of Cheb in the Karlovy vary district of the Czech Republic. Mnichov u Lucniho Chvojna, a village in the municipality of Velke Chvojno, Czech Republic. Mnichov Strakonice district in the South Boh ...

                                               

Nova Ves

Novy ves Melnikovsky district, a village in Melnikovsky district. Novy ves Rychnov nad Kneznou district, a village in Rychnov nad Kneznou district. Nova-Weight-Debicki district, a village in the district Trebicska. Nova-Weight-under-Plezi, a vill ...

                                               

Bezdekov

Bezdekov is the name of several places in the Czech Republic: Bezdekov Gornji, a village in the district Kladenska. Bezdekov under Theeminem, a village in the district Abramsom. Bezdekov Klatovy district, a village in the district of Klatovy. Bez ...

                                               

Suchdol

Suchdol is the name of various places in the Czech Republic, including: Towns and market towns Suchdol nad Luznici, a town in the Jindejców Hradec district. Suchdol-on-Oder, a market town in the district of nový jičín. Villages Suchdol Postavskog ...

                                               

Rasovice

Rasovice is the name of several places in the Czech Republic: The village Rusovice, the administrative part of the city ustek in the district of ústí nad Labem district Literackiego. The village Rusovice, the administrative part of the village Gl ...

                                               

Hynek Hanza

Hynek Hanza is a Czech Civic democratic politician who is a Senator representing Teplice and mayor of Teplice as the successor of Jaroslav Kubera.

                                               

Amanda Simpson (art historian)

Amanda Simpson is a British Medievalist, writer, editor, librarian and art critic. Photographs attributed to her appear in the collection of the Conway library at the Courtauld Institute of art, where she worked as a Conway librarian in the 1970s ...

                                               

Stare Miasto

Stare Miasto, Warsaw. (Stare Miasto, Варшава) Stare Miasto, Szczecin. Miastos Gaze, The Police. Stare Miasto, poznań for a specific area, see Old town of poznań. Stare Miasto, Gdansk. (Stare Miasto, Гданьск) Stare Miasto, Wroclaw. (Stare Miasto, ...

                                               

Tabor House

Tabor house may refer to: in Israel Tabor House Jerusalem. (Фаворский Дом Иерусалим) in the United States Tabor-Wing House, Dover Plains, NY, listed on the NRHP in new York. Tabor house of Chekota, Oklahoma, listed on the NRHP in Oklahoma. Pratt- ...

                                               

Lesna

Lesna may refer to the following places: Lesna, Żywiec County, Silesian Voivodeship, in southern Poland. Lesna, Kłodzki County in lower Silesian Voivodeship, South-West Poland. Lesna, several villages in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Lesna, a ...

                                               

Kunice

Kunice is the name of several localities in the Czech Republic: Kunice Blanski district, a village in the South Moravian province of Blanski district. Kunice Prague-East district, a village in the Central Czech region of Prague-East district. It ...

                                               

Hoeice

Hoeice can refer to: The village of horní Choice, the administrative part of the village dolní Choice, South Bohemian region, Czech Republic Tabor district. Hoeice na Sumave Horitz, a village in the South Bohemian region, Czech Republic Czech Kru ...

                                               

Straz

Straz can refer to several places in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The word "Straz" in Czech means "guard", "watch" or "patrol". Municipalities Rhinestone Domazlicky District. (Горный Хрусталь Домазлицкий Район) Straz nad Nezarkou. (Страз над ...

                                               

Bukowiec

Bukovets may refer to: Bukowiec, Lublin Voivodeship, Eastern Poland. Bukovets, Leskov County in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship of South-Eastern Poland. Bukovec, Kolbuszowski County in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship of South-Eastern Poland. Bukovec ...

                                               

Bilal Suman

Bilal Suman is a Bosnian former handball player and current coach of the Bosnian national team. He previously coached the Danish mens handball League club KIF Kolding.

                                               

Yahya Ibrahim Pasha

Yahya Ibrahim was an Egyptian politician. He served as the 16th Prime Minister of Egypt from March 15, 1923 to January 27, 1924.

                                               

Katja Riipi Award

The Katja Riipi award is an ice hockey award given seasonally by the Finnish ice hockey Association to the best forward of the Naisten Liiga team, formerly called Naisten SM-sarja. The best forward in the Nysten Liiga was awarded for the first ti ...

                                               

La Tour

La Tour de Peil, in the Canton of Vaud. La Tour de Treme, in the Canton of Fribourg.

                                               

Maisoncelles

Maisons is the name or part of the name of several communes in France. Methonal-et-Villers, Department Ardennes. (Метонал-э-Виллер, Департамент Арденны) Maisons-EN-Gatineau, in The Seine-et-Marne Department. Mesasal, Sarthe, in the Sarthe Departm ...

                                               

Saint-Romain

Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc, Department of the Seine and the sea. Saint-Romain, a former commune of the Dordogne Department, now part of the city of Saint-Romain-et-Saint-Clement. Saint-Romain-sur-Gironde, in the Charente-Maritime Department. Saint-R ...

                                               

Vieil

Vieil can refer to: Le Vieux-Dampierre is a commune in the Marne Department in North-Eastern France. Rosoy-Le-Vieux is a commune in the Loiret Department in North-Central France. Vieil-Hesdin, a commune in the Pas-de-Calais Department in the Nord ...

                                               

Landes

The Landes, or Lanas in Gascon, means moorland or Heath. Landes and Lanas are derived from the Latin plānus, meaning”flat, level, flat, flat". Thus, they are related to the English plain, the Spanish word llanos, and the Italian word piano.

                                               

Maisons

Maisons is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Maisons-Laffitte, Department of Yvelines, Ile-de-France. Maisons, Aude, in the Department of Aude. Maisons, Calvados, in the Calvados Department, Normandy. Maison castle, a 17 ...

                                               

Luce

Luce can refer to the following places in France: Luce, Eure-et-Loire, a commune in the Eure-et-Loire Department in the Centre region. La Baroche-sous-Luce, a commune in the Orne Department of the bas-Normandie region. Clos Luce, a mansion in Amb ...

                                               

Sainte-Eulalie

Saint-Eulalia is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Saint-Eulalia, Cantal, in the Department of Cantal. Saint-Eulalia, Gironde, in the Department of Gironde. Saint-Eulalie, a former commune of the Lot Department, now part ...

                                               

Saint-Vivien

Saint-Vivien may refer to: Saint-Vivienne, Paussac, a former commune in the Dordogne Department, now part of Paussac-et-Saint-Vivienne. Saint-Vivien-de-Bleu, Department of the Gironde. Saint-Vivien, Charente-Maritime, a commune in the Charente-Ma ...

                                               

Saint-Genis

Saint-Genis may refer to several communes in France: Saint-Genis-largentière, Department of the Rhone. Saint-Genis-de-Blanzac, a former commune of the Charente Department, now part of Cressac-Saint-Genis. Saint-Genis-Laval, Rhone Department. (Сен ...

                                               

Noyers

Noyers may refer to the following communes in France: Canton of Noyers, one of the former cantons of the Yonne Department. Noyers, Haute-Marne, in the Haute-Marne Department. Noyers, Loiret, in the Department of Loiret. Neuers, Yonne, in the Depa ...

                                               

Meon (disambiguation)

The Meon is a river in Hampshire, England. Meon may also refer to: Dioptic Meon moth. (Диоптическая Меоновая моль) Baal-Meon. (Ваал-Меон) Meon valley UK Parliament constituency, a constituency represented in the House of representatives. HMS Meon ...

                                               

Aumont

Omont is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jean-Pierre Aumont 1911-2001, French actor. Michel aumont 1936-2019, French actor. Jacques aumont (born 1942) is a French scientist and writer. The house of omont, a family that ...

                                               

Henri de Paschal de Rochegude

De Henri Paschal de Rochegude, December 8, 1741-Paris, March 16, 1834) was a French naval officer. He fought in the American war of independence and became a member of the Naval Academy.

                                               

Vivo (film)

Vivo is an upcoming 2021 American computer-animated musical adventure Comedy film produced by Columbia Pictures and Sony pictures Animation, as well as an animated film by Sony Pictures Imageworks. The film is directed by kirk Demicco and co-dire ...

                                               

Big League Beast

On a stormy night, deep in his hole, bugs Bunny watches a baseball game in Springfield between the Gravelbottoms and another team. Suddenly, just as he is about to watch the first swing, the power supply blows the fuse from behind the TV antennas ...

                                               

Pascal Blanc (politician)

Pascal Blanc is a French politician and engineer. He is a member of the Union of Democrats and the Independent party, and has served as mayor of Bourges since 2014. In those years, the military service still existed, and Pascal Blanc spent his mi ...

                                               

Walter de Caen

Walter de Caen, alias Walter de Cadomo, and, according to some historical sources, later known as Walter de Quenson, was born around 1025 ad. He was a relative of William the Conqueror and probably a relative of Rollo, the Viking adventurer who b ...

                                               

Mediolanum (disambiguation)

Meifod. (Мейфод) Another British site, hosted by Ptolemy in Central Wales and sometimes identified with. Mediolanum Aulercorum, modern Evreux, France. Mediolanum Santonum, modern hotels in France. Llanfyllin. (Лланфиллин) Caersws. Mediolanum Whit ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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