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  • wiluna gold mine

    agincourt was bought out in april 2007 by oxiana limited. the acquisition brought oxiana the martabe gold project in indonesia, the wiluna gold mine, a 57% interest in nova energy limited, a listed uranium explorer, and numerous exploration properties. oxiana offered 0.65 of its shares for every agincourt share, a deal worth $415 million.

  • gujarat

    the chandrasan project is projected to save 9 million litres of water per year. the government of gujarat, to improve soil management and introduce farmers to new technology, started on a project which involved giving every farmer a soil health card.

  • great allegheny passage

    the great allegheny passage gap is a rail trail system in maryland and pennsylvania—the central trail of a network of long-distance hiker-biker trails throughout the allegheny region of the appalachian mountains, connecting washington, d.c. to pittsburgh, pennsylvania.it consists of several smaller trails including the allegheny highlands trail of maryland, the allegheny highlands trail of .

  • jebel irhoud

    jebel irhoud moroccan arabic: جبل إيغود ‎, romanized: ǧabal īġūd pronounced ʒbəl ˈiɣud is an archaeological site located just north of the locality known as tlet ighoud, about 50 km 30 mi south-east of the city of safi in morocco.it is noted for the hominin fossils that have been found there since the site's discovery in 1960. . originally thought to be neanderthals .

  • door county, wisconsin

    door county is a county in the u.s. state of wisconsin.as of the 2010 census, the population was 27,785. its county seat is sturgeon bay.. the county was created in 1851 and organized in 1861. it is named after the strait between the door peninsula and washington island.the dangerous passage, known as death's door, is scattered with shipwrecks and was known to early french explorers and local .

  • sea of galilee

    the new testament. in the new testament, much of the ministry of jesus occurs on the shores of the sea of galilee. in those days, there was a continuous ribbon development of settlements and villages around the lake and plenty of trade and ferrying by boat.

  • jeita grotto

    the jeita grotto was a candidate for the new 7 wonders of nature competition. it was selected as one of 28 finalists and is the only cave to be selected among the nominees. the new7wonders foundation announced the new wonders of nature in 2011. jeita was not on the list.

  • san pedro sula

    san pedro sula spanish pronunciation: san ˈpedɾo ˈsula is the capital of cortés department, honduras.it is located in the northwest corner of the country in the sula valley, about 50 kilometers 31 miles south of puerto cortés on the caribbean sea.with a population of 661,190 in the central urban area 2019 calculation and a population of 1,445,598 in its metropolitan area in 2019 .

  • lampedusa

    lampedusa essentially is a tilted block of limestone, the highest point being on the nw coast and the lowest on the se coast, the island being soft limestone, of a white to creamy-yellow. this area lies on a seismically active part of central mediterranean, the sicily channel rift zone.

  • nubia

    nubia / ˈ n uː b i ə, ˈ n j uː-/ is a region along the nile river encompassing the area between aswan in southern egypt and khartoum in central sudan.it was the seat of one of the earliest civilizations of ancient africa, as the kerma culture lasted from around 2500 bce until its conquest by the new kingdom of egypt under pharaoh thutmose i around 1500 bce. nubia was home to several .

  • hindu kush

    the hindu kush are orographically described in several parts. the western hindu kush, states yarshater, rises to over 5,100 m 16,700 ft and stretches between darra-ye sekari and the shibar pass in the west and the khawak pass in the east. the central hindu kush rising over 6,800 m 22,300 ft has numerous spurs between the khawak pass in the east and the durāh pass in the west.

  • great allegheny passage

    the great allegheny passage gap is a rail trail system in maryland and pennsylvania—the central trail of a network of long-distance hiker-biker trails throughout the allegheny region of the appalachian mountains, connecting washington, d.c. to pittsburgh, pennsylvania.

  • socotra

    socotra or soqotra arabic: سُقُطْرَى ‎ suquṭrā , located between the guardafui channel and the arabian sea, is the largest of four islands in the socotra archipelago.the territory is located near major shipping routes and is officially part of yemen, and had long been a subdivision of the aden governorate.in 2004, it became attached to the hadhramaut governorate, which is much .

  • marble arch caves

    the marble arch caves are a series of natural limestone caves located near the village of florencecourt in county fermanagh, northern ireland.the caves are named after the nearby marble arch, a natural limestone arch at the upstream end of cladagh glen under which the cladagh river flows. the caves are formed from three rivers draining off the northern slopes of cuilcagh mountain, which .

  • pensacola dam

    the pensacola dam, also known as the grand river dam, is a multiple-arch buttress dam on the grand river in-between disney and langley in the u.s. state of oklahoma.the dam is operated by the grand river dam authority and creates grand lake o' the cherokees.after decades of vision and planning, it was constructed between 1938 and 1940 for the purposes of hydroelectric power generation, flood .

  • battle of tulagi and gavutu–tanambogo

    the battle of tulagi and gavutu–tanambogo was a land battle of the pacific campn of world war ii, between the forces of the imperial japanese navy and allied mainly united states marine corps ground forces.it took place from 7–9 august 1942 on the solomon islands, during the initial allied landings in the guadalcanal campn.. u.s. marines, under the overall command of u.s. major .

  • crimea

    new sources of water are trying to be developed, with huge difficulties, to replace closed ukrainian sources. in 2017 the russian government also began modernising the simferopol international airport, which opened its new terminal in april 2018. russia provides electricity to crimea via a cable beneath the kerch strait. in june 2018 there was .

  • point aconi generating station

    on april 27, 1989, buchanan introduced a controversial amendment to the public utilities act, which would remove the requirement for nova scotia power to submit proposals for new generating station to the pub. hearings into the point aconi project were cancelled after the amendment to the public utilities act receiving royal assent in early .