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Gera

In the beginning, "Gera" was not the name of a village or city, but of a region or district. This district was mentioned in a document for the first time in the year 995. Four years later, in 999, the Holy Roman Emperor Otto III gave this distric ...

Gotha

The town has existed at least since the 8th century, when its name was mentioned in a document signed by Charlemagne, in which it appears as Villa Gotaha "Good Waters". In 1640 Gotha became the capital city of Saxe-Gotha. In the 18th century the ...

Sonneberg

Sonneberg is a German city in the south of Thuringia. The nearest large city is Coburg. The population of Sonneberg is about 20.000 people. The mayor of the city is Sibylle Abel.

Themar

Themar is a town in the district of Hildburghausen, in the south of Thuringia, Germany. It is situated on the river Werra, 11 km northwest of Hildburghausen, and 14 km southwest of Suhl. It was first named in 796 as Tagamari and today Themar cons ...

Nagoya

Nagoya is one of the largest cities in Japan, with over 2 and a quarter million people in 2010. It is in Aichi Prefecture. There are 16 wards in Nagoya.

Kitakyūshū

Kitakyūshū is a city designated by government ordinance in Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyūshū, Japan. It was known as a region before neighboring cities grew together. It is a very important industrial city. It has steel factories, coal mines and car fac ...

Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima

Saipan Since September 22, 2006. Jingzhou Since June 15, 1991.

Date, Fukushima

Date is a city in northern Fukushima, Japan. There were nine towns in Date District, Fukushima. On January 1, 2006, five towns in Date District joined together and became the city of Date. These five towns were Hobara, Yanagawa, Date, Ryōzen, and ...

Minamisōma

The tsunami partly covered the city on 11 March 2011. It damaged the city severely. As of 9 April 2011, 400 residents were known to be dead and 1.100 missing. Minamisōma is about 25 km north of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Much of t ...

Tamura, Fukushima

Tamura is a city in Fukushima, Japan. Tamura was created on March 1, 2005 by combining several towns and villages from the Tamura District. They were Funehiki, Ōgoe, Takine, and Tokiwa, and Miyakoji. Between 1 March and 31 August 2011, many peopl ...

Futaba, Fukushima

The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was built in Futaba. The area was evacuated because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. In 2013, the future is uncertain for the people of Futuba. According to the towns spokesman, "Futaba evacuees ...

Japan Mint

The Japan Mint is an Incorporated Administrative Agency. It is a special type of semi-governmental entity in Japan. The mint has its Head office in Osaka with branches in Tokyo and Hiroshima.

Sapporo

Sapporo is the capital city of Hokkaidō Prefecture in Japan. The port city is on the southwest part of the island of Hokkaidō and it is the islands largest city. The city has a famous snow festival in winter, it has a growing population of about ...

List of Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo players

The List of Consadole Sapporo players is evolving. The history of the team is created by its players. Consadole Sapporo is a Japanese professional football club in Sapporo on the island of Hokkaido.

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo is a Japanese professional football club at Sapporo in Hokkaido Prefecture on the island of Hokkaido.

Sendai, Miyagi

Sendai is the capital city of Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It is the largest city in the Tōhoku Region. Sendai is also called the City of Trees. About 1.045.986 people live in the city as of 2010. Date Masamune built the castle at Sendai in 1601. Th ...

List of Vegalta Sendai players

The List of Vegalta Sendai players is evolving. The history of the team is created by its players. Vegalta Sendai is a Japanese professional football club in Sendai.

Vegalta Sendai

2018: J1 League - 11th. 2013: J1 League - 13th. 2016: J1 League - 12th. 2012: J1 League - 2nd. 2017: J1 League - 12th. 2015: J1 League - 14th. 2011: J1 League - 4th. 2020: J1 League - 17th. 2014: J1 League - 14th. 2019: J1 League - 11th.

Nagasaki

Nagasaki is the capital city of Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan. Nagasaki is in the southwest of the island Kyushu. It has been recognized as a core city since 1997.

Osaka

Osaka is the capital city of Osaka Prefecture which faces Osaka Bay and the Seto Inland Sea. Osaka is in the Kansai region. It is the economic and cultural center of the Kansai region. Since 1980 it had been the second largest city in Japan. It i ...

Cerezo Osaka

2019: J1 League - 5th. 2013: J1 League - 4th. 2018: J1 League - 7th. 2014: J1 League - 17th. 2012: J1 League - 14th. 2017: J1 League - 3rd. 2015: J2 League - 4th. 2020: J1 League - 4th. 2011: J1 League - 12th. 2016: J2 League - 4th.

Gamba Osaka

1985 / 86. Japan Soccer League Division 2: 1. 2005, 2014. J1 League: 2. J2 League: 1. 2013. 2007, 2014. J.League Cup: 2. 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015. Emperors Cup: 4. AFC Champions League: 1. 2008.

Tokyo

Tokyo is the capital and largest city of Japan located on the island of Honshu. Tokyo is the center of the Japanese government. The Imperial Palace is in Tokyo. Tokyo is the center of business, trade, and industry of Japan and also of Asia. The c ...

FC Tokyo

2016: J1 League - 9th. 2015: J1 League - 4th. 2013: J1 League - 8th. 2018: J1 League - 6th. 2019: J1 League - 2nd. 2014: J1 League - 9th. 2017: J1 League - 13th. 2011: J2 League - 1st. 2012: J1 League - 10th. 2020: J1 League - 6th.

National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo

National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo, also known as Tobunken, is a semi-governmental entity which focuses on the preservation of Japans cultural heritage of objects, artworks and writings. Tobunken is an Independent Administ ...

Tokyo Metropolis

This article is about metropolitan Tokyo. For more information, see Tokyo disambiguation. Tokyo Metropolis is the official name for of the traditional city of Tokyo and the associated municipalities of what was formerly Tokyo Prefecture. It is th ...

Tokyo Verdy

In 2010, the team included Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Calahorra

Calahorra, La Rioja, Spain is a municipality in Rioja Baja. It is near the border with Navarre on the river Ebro. During ancient Roman times, Calahorra was known as Calagurris Fibularia.

Angel de Saavedra, Duke of Rivas

Don Angel de Saavedra y Ramirez de Baquedano, Duke of Rivas, was a Spanish poet, dramatist and politician born in Cordoba. He is best known for his play Don Alvaro, o, La fuerza del sino, the first Spanish Romance romantic success in the Spanish ...

Antonio Pica

He appeared in over 60 movies since his career began in 1966. He worked with Sophia Loren and Christopher Plummer. He is known for his roles in Delusions of Grandeur 1971, Travels with My Aunt 1972 and The Killer with a Thousand Eyes 1974.

Jorge Guillen

Jorge Guillen was born in Valladolid. His life paralleled that of his friend Pedro Salinas, whom he succeeded as a Spanish teaching assistant at the College de Sorbonne in the University of Paris from 1917 to 1923. He was also a professor at the ...

Emilia Pardo Bazan

Bazan was born in A Coruña also known as La Coruña or Corunna, part of the region of Galicia, and the culture of that area was incorporated into some of her most popular novels, including Los pazos de Ulloa The Manors of Ulloa and its sequel, La ...

Concha Piquer

Maria de la Concepcion Piquer Lopez, also known as Concha Piquer was a Spanish singer and actress. She was one of the most successful couplist female singers. Most of her singles were composed by the songwriters Salvador Valverde and Quintero, Le ...

Edmonton Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers are an ice hockey team in the National Hockey League. They joined the NHL in 1979, after seven years in the World Hockey Association. They were named the "Oilers" because Edmonton, Alberta is the center of Canadas petroleum in ...

New Blood Rising

New Blood Rising was a professional wrestling pay-per-view show made by World Championship Wrestling. It was held on August 13, 2000 at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia. New Blood Rising replaced Road Wild as WCWs August pay-per-vi ...

Vancouver Whitecaps FC

The Vancouver Whitecaps are a Canadian soccer team that plays in Major League Soccer in Vancouver, British Columbia. The team plays their home games at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia. Other teams named "Whitecaps" have played Association ...

Port Arthur Marrs

The Port Arthur Marrs were a junior ice hockey team that played in Port Arthur, Ontario. They were named for trucking company and sponsor W.H. Marr, Ltd., and contested the 1967 Memorial Cup, which they lost to the Toronto Marlboros.

Bobbie Rosenfeld

Fanny" Bobbie” Rosenfeld was a Canadian athlete in the 1920s. She competed in basketball, hockey, softball, speed skating, tennis, and track and field. During her career, she won two Olympic medals in track and field. She was also the Canadian re ...

Montreal Stars

The Les Canadiennes, formerly the Montreal Stars are a womens ice hockey team in the Canadian Womens Hockey League. They have won the League championship four times and the Clarkson Cup two times, more than any other womens team.

Quebec Bulldogs

The Quebec Bulldogs were a mens senior-level ice hockey team officially known as the Quebec Hockey Club, later as the Quebec Athletic Club. Their recorded play goes back as far as the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada in 1889, although the Que ...

Club de Foot Montreal

Club de Foot Montreal, commonly known as CF Montreal, is a Canadian soccer team based in Montreal, Quebec. It has played in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer since 2012. The club was created in 2010 as an expansion team named the Mont ...

Montreal Mission

The Montreal Mission is a ringette team at Montreal, Canada. The team plays in the National Ringette League and plays its home games in Centre Etienne Desmarteau.

WWE Breaking Point

Breaking Point was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment, which took place on September 13, 2009 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It contained wrestlers from the Smackdown, ECW, and R ...

Traveland RV Storm

The Traveland RV Storm are a Canadian junior ice hockey team that began playing in 1993. They currently play in the Prairie Junior Hockey League. They play their home games in Pilot Butte, Saskatchewan. The Storm won the league in 2007, 2008, 201 ...

Helmut Schon

Helmut Schon was a German football player and coach. He played for the German national team. He is best known as coach of the German football national team from 1964 until 1978.

FC Bayern Munich II

FC Bayern Munich II is the reserve team of German football team Bayern Munich. The play in the 3. Liga. They were known as Bayern Munich Amateure until 2005.

TSV 1860 Munich

The club was founded in 1860, the football section was founded on 25 April 1899. The first match they played was 1902 versus 1. Munchner FC 1896. The match was lost 2:4. 1911 they built a football field on the Grunwalder StraSe. In 1926 a stadium ...

Jesse Owens

James Cleveland Owens was an American athlete. He was from Oakville, Alabama and moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He won four NCAA Championships in 1935 and 1936. At the 1936 Summer Olympics, he won gold medals in the 100m, 200m, long jump and 4x100 rel ...

Hurricane Boris (1996)

Hurricane Boris was a deadly storm. It was the fourth cyclone of the 1996 Pacific hurricane season. It formed on June 27. During the night the depression became Tropical Storm Boris. Shortly after this, Boris rapidly became stronger. It became a ...

Hurricane Ioke

Hurricane Ioke is the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Central Pacific. The first storm to form in the Central Pacific in the 2006 Pacific hurricane season, Ioke is a long-lived and extremely powerful storm that traversed the Pacific, rea ...

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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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