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Tokar, Sudan

Tokar, also transliterated Tawkar, is a town of 40.000 people near the Red Sea in northeastern Sudan. Tokar Game Reserve lies to the east of the town. High temperature mean daily value in the month of July, can reach 43 °C or 109.4 °F, and low te ...

                                               

Wad Hamid

Wad Hamid is a city on the Nile about 60 kilometres north of Khartoum, Sudan. Most of the people are farmers. Wad Hamid is part of Almatama Province. Wad Hamid is the center of a big area constituted of many villages and islands, a few to mention ...

                                               

Wadi Halfa Airport

Wadi Halfa Airport is an airport serving Wadi Halfa in Sudan. The airport is approximately 14 kilometres east of Wadi Halfa.

                                               

West Darfur

West Darfur State is one of the states of Sudan, and one of five comprising the Darfur region. Prior to the creation of two new states in January 2012, it had an area of 79.460 km² and an estimated population of approximately 1.007.000. It border ...

                                               

Yabus

Yabus is a town in Blue Nile State in south-eastern Sudan near the borders with Ethiopia and South Sudan. It lies on the Yabus River. Yabus is linked by road to Kurmuk, about 80 km to the North, but the road is passable only in the dry season. Th ...

                                               

Ingegerdsleden

Ingegerdsleden is a pilgrimage route in the province of Uppland in Sweden, between Stockholm Cathedral and Uppsala Cathedral. The hiking trail is approximately 110 kilometres and passes historical places, churches, palaces and nature reserves. Th ...

                                               

Kungsleden

Kungsleden is a hiking trail in northern Sweden, approximately 440 kilometres long, between Abisko in the north and Hemavan in the south. It passes through, near the southern end, the Vindelfjallen Nature Reserve, one of the largest protected are ...

                                               

Ostkustleden

Ostkustleden is a 99-mile long hiking trail in the south-east of Sweden. The trail extends within the borders of Oskarshamn municipality. Ostkustleden was created between 1970-1977 by the environmental nonprofit organization Doderhults naturskydd ...

                                               

Roslagsleden

Roslagsleden is a 190 km long hiking trail in Stockholm County, Sweden. Roslagsleden is part of the European route E6, which runs from Kilpisjärvi in the North to Greece in the South. The route is divided into 11 sections that range from 9 to 22 ...

                                               

Skåneleden

The Skåneleden trail is a long distance walking trail that stretches all over the beautiful countryside of Skåne, situated in the very south of Sweden. The trail is 1250 km long and divided into five separate trails, with a total of 107 sections. ...

                                               

Sormlandsleden

Sormlandsleden is a system of hiking trails covering a total of approximately 1.000-kilometre of walking paths in Sodermanland, south of Stockholm, Sweden. The trail passes through several nature reserves, areas of cultural tradition and some his ...

                                               

Karlberg Palace

Karlberg Palace is a palace by the Karlberg Canal in Solna Municipality in Sweden, adjacent to Stockholms Vasastaden district. The palace, built in 1630, today houses the Military Academy Karlberg. In the Palace Park is, among other things, "temp ...

                                               

Lundagård (park)

Lundagård is a park located in Lund, Sweden. It is situated between the Lund University Main Building in the North, and Lund Cathedral in the South with Kungshuset in between. The park was for a long time a walled garden separating "town" from "g ...

                                               

University Park, Uppsala

University Park, is a public park in central Uppsala in Sweden, situated in the historical Fjardingen district close to Uppsala Cathedral. The Park was created in its current form after the completion of the Central part of the Main building loca ...

                                               

Koping

Koping was a Swedish denomination for a market town since the Middle Ages. This term was abolished with the municipal reform of 1971, when Sweden was subdivided into the Municipalities of Sweden.

                                               

Municipalkoping

Municipalkoping was a type of local government in Sweden. Mostly these were minor trade towns with very limited city rights, which were delegated from larger cities in the same region. In 1863 the first local government acts were implemented in S ...

                                               

Urban areas in the Nordic countries

An urban area in the Nordic countries, with the exception of Iceland, is defined as a distinct statistical concept used to differentiate population clusters independent of municipal borders. The population is measured on a national level, indepen ...

                                               

Boda kronopark

Boda kronopark is a Kronopark and currently an Ekopark on Oland, Sweden, north of the village of Boda. It has 6000 hectares of mainly coniferous forest and takes up most of the northern part of Oland, except for the northwestern tip. Its eastern ...

                                               

Badelundaåsen

Badelundaåsen is a long and large esker in central Sweden. It runs from the region of Nykoping in Sodermanland to lake Siljan in Dalarna, and is known for many ancient monuments, especially near Badelunda outside of Vasterås. The ancient road fro ...

                                               

Rekarne

Rekarne is the historical name for the north-western part of the province Sodermanland in Sweden. It constitutes the lands on both sides of river Eskilstunaån between Lake Malaren and Lake Hjalmaren and approximately corresponds to the present da ...

                                               

Alpine Pass Route

The Alpine Pass Route is a long-distance hiking trail through the Alps in Switzerland, part of the Via Alpina route. It starts in Sargans in eastern Switzerland, and crosses the heart of country westwards to finish in Montreux on the shore of Lak ...

                                               

Jura ridgeway

The Jura ridgeway is a long-distance hiking trail along the Jura mountain range in Switzerland. It starts in Dielsdorf near Zurich, and follows the crest of the mountain ridge towards the southwest, to finish near Nyon by Lake Geneva. The total d ...

                                               

Rheintaler Hohenweg

The Rheintaler Hohenweg, or Rhine valley high path, is a hiking trail along the western side of the Rhine valley in Switzerland. It starts in Rorschach on the edge of Lake Constance, and follows the Rhine river southwards through wine fields, fru ...

                                               

Swiss Path

The Swiss Path is the name given to a special national path in central Switzerland opened in 1991. It makes a loop around one arm of Lake Lucerne, starting in Rutli and passing through Bauen, Fluelen, Sisikon and Morschach, finishing at Brunnen. ...

                                               

Trans-Swiss Trail

Trans-Swiss Trail is a long-distance hiking trail in Switzerland. It starts in Porrentruy in the north near the French border, and cuts south over the Alps to finish in Lugano. Passing through French, German and Italian-speaking Switzerland, the ...

                                               

Zurich metropolitan area

The European Metropolitan Region of Zurich, also Greater Zurich Area, the metropolitan area surrounding Zurich, is one of Europe’s economically strongest areas and Switzerland’s economic centre. It comprises the area that can be reached within a ...

                                               

Borgnone

Borgnone is a hamlet part of the municipality of Centovalli in the district of Locarno in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. Not to be confused with much bigger Camedo or with Lionza or Costa. It is serviced by the train station of Borgnone-Cad ...

                                               

Aarewaage

The Aarewaage is a whirlpool phenomenon in the Swiss river Aare at Aarburg, canton of Aargau. In 1996, it was added to the Federal Inventory of Landscapes and Natural Monuments. In place Aarewaage, the river becomes wider in the wider natural bas ...

                                               

Parc Ela

Parc Ela is a nature park in the canton of Graubunden, Switzerland. It is intended to protect the regional biotope, help promote its sustainable use and give a boost to an area rich in scenery and national cultural assets, but weak economically. ...

                                               

Robenhausen

Robenhausen is a locality in Wetzikon, one of the municipalities of the canton of Zurich, Switzerland. The wetland Robenhauser Ried belongs to the protected area surrounding Pfaffikersee. The prehistoric pile dwelling around Lake Zurich Wetzikon- ...

                                               

Werdinsel

Located in the former independent municipality of Hongg, today the river island is a popular recreation area, public park and bath in the Limmat, situated in the northernly suburban area of the Limmat Valley in Zurich. The island has a maximum le ...

                                               

Zurich Wilderness Park

Zurich Wilderness Park is a wilderness park near the city of Zurich in Switzerland. It includes the Sihlwald forest, the largest mixed deciduous and coniferous forest in the Swiss Mittelland, and the Langenberg Wildlife Park, the oldest Swiss wil ...

                                               

Ras al-Bassit

Ras al-Bassit, the classical Posidium or Posideium, is a small town in Syria named for a nearby cape. It has been occupied since at least the late Bronze Age and was a fortified port under Greek and Roman rule. Herodotus - although not later clas ...

                                               

Cijin Memorial Park for Women Laborers

The Memorial Park for Women Laborers originally named the Twenty-five Ladies Tomb, is located in Cijin District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. It acts as a memorial to the 25 young women who drowned in a ferry accident on their way to work in the nearby exp ...

                                               

Longgui Park

Longgui Park is a park in Guangfu Village, Magong City, Penghu County, Taiwan. It is a small community park of 380 hectares and was founded on July 20, 2001 by Lai Feng-wei, the magistrate of Penghu. In 2018, the government of Penghu County had p ...

                                               

Xitou Nature Education Area

Xitou Nature Education Area or Xitou Bamboo Forest is a forest park in Lugu Village, Lugu Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.

                                               

Dadu District, Taichung

Dadu District is a suburban district in southwestern Taichung, Taiwan. The eponymous Dadu River flows nearby.

                                               

Dajia District

Dajia District is a coastal suburban district in Taichung, Taiwan. It is located on the northwestern corner of Taichung. The climate of the region is Sub-tropical, and the average temperature is roughly 24 degrees Celsius. In March 2012, it was n ...

                                               

Daxi District

Daxi District, formerly known as Daxi Township, is a district in eastern Taoyuan City, Taiwan. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan. This page is about Daxi District of Taoyuan City. Fo ...

                                               

Luodong

Luodong Township is an urban township in the central part of Yilan County, Taiwan. Luodong is the smallest township in the county.

                                               

Miaoli County

Miaoli County is a county in western Taiwan. Miaoli is adjacent with Hsinchu County and Hsinchu City to the north, Taichung to the south, and borders the Taiwan Strait to the west. The Council for Economic Planning and Development of Taiwan class ...

                                               

Nantou City

Nantou City is a county-administered city located in the northwest of Nantou County, Taiwan. It lies between the Bagua Mountains and the Maoluo River and is the county seat of Nantou County. Freeway No. 3 serves Nantou City. Its name is a transli ...

                                               

Puli, Nantou

Puli Township is an urban township in Nantou County, Taiwan. The township is located within the Puli Basin. It is the geographic center of Taiwan.

                                               

Wulai District

Wulai District is a mountain indigenous district in southern New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. It sits near the border with Taipei and is famous for its hot springs. It is the largest district in New Taipei, as well as the most mountainous, and ...

                                               

Yilan County, Taiwan

The name Yilan name derives from the aboriginal Kavalan tribe. Other former names in reference to this area in the Yilan Plain include Kabalan, Kavalan, Kavaland, La-A-Lan, E-A-Lan, and Gilan. Before 2009, the countys official name was transliter ...

                                               

Yuanli

Yuanli Township is an urban township in southwestern Miaoli County, Taiwan, occupying an area of 68.25 square kilometres, with a population of 46.939 in January 2017. Yuanli is known as "Miaolis Granary."

                                               

Zhuolan

In January 2017, Zhuolans population was estimated at 17.569. The township occupies an area of 76.33 square kilometres 29.47 sq mi. It receives approximately 2.100 millimetres 83 in of rain each year, mostly during May–June and August–October.

                                               

Military dependents village

A military dependents village is a community in Taiwan built in the late 1940s and the 1950s whose original purpose was to serve as provisional housing for soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines of the Republic of China Armed Forces, along with th ...

                                               

Townships and county-administered cities

Townships and county-administered cities, abbreviated as townships/cities, is a class of administrative divisions of counties in Taiwan under the Local Government Act. In contrast to districts, townships/cities have self-governing bodies.

                                               

Alishan National Scenic Area

Alishan is 415 square kilometres 41.500 ha in area. Notable characteristics include mountain wilderness, four villages, waterfalls, high altitude tea plantations, the Alishan Forest Railway, and a number of hiking trails. The area is popular with ...

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