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London City Airport

London City Airport is a single-runway airport, intended for use by STOL planes, mainly serving the financial districts of London. It is on a former Docklands site, in the London Borough of Newham in East London. It is near Canary Wharf and the O ...

East Midlands Airport

East Midlands Airport is an international airport in the East Midlands of England. It is close to Castle Donington, Leicestershire, between Loughborough 10 miles 16 km), Derby 12.5 miles 20 km) and Nottingham 14 miles 23 km), Leicester is 20 mile ...

London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport is Londons second largest airport and the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom after Heathrow. It is the worlds 22nd busiest airport in terms of passengers per year. It is also often quoted as the worlds busiest sin ...

Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport, or Heathrow, is the main, and busiest airport serving the United Kingdom. Heathrow is also Europes busiest airport for passenger traffic, and handles more international passenger traffic than any other airport in the worl ...

Leeds Bradford International Airport

Leeds Bradford International Airport is a large airport in West Yorkshire, England. It is in Yeadon, Leeds and near Bradford. The airport was sold to Bridgepoint Capital in 2007. The airport has flights to many other cities including London, Edin ...

London Heliport

London Heliport at Battersea, London is the capitals main and busiest heliport. It is on the south bank of the River Thames, 3 nautical miles 3.5 miles or 5.6 km southwest of Westminster Bridge and the Palace of Westminster. It is on a jetty betw ...

Aberdeen Airport

Aberdeen Airport is an international airport in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is about 5 nautical miles 5.8 miles or 9.3 km northwest of Aberdeen city centre. 2.76 million passengers used Aberdeen Airport in 2010, a reduction of 7.4% from 2009. It is th ...

Glasgow International Airport

Glasgow International Airport is an international airport in Scotland. It is 6 nautical miles west of the Glasgow city centre. The airport is near Paisley and Renfrew in Renfrewshire. In 2011, almost 6.9 million passengers passed through the airp ...

Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Glasgow Prestwick Airport is the second airport serving Glasgow. It also serves the Greater Glasgow area. It is 1 NM northeast of the town of Prestwick in South Ayrshire. It is 32 miles from the city centre of Glasgow. Prestwick is Scotlands larg ...

Kirkwall Airport

Kirkwall Airport is the main airport serving the Orkney Islands in Scotland. It is 2.5 nautical miles southeast of Kirkwall, the largest town in Orkney. The airport, a former RAF base, is owned by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited. The airpo ...

Stornoway Airport

Stornoway Airport is an airfield on the Outer Hebrides Isle of Lewis. It is about 2 nautical miles east of Stornoway, the biggest town on the island. The Royal Air Force maintained an RAF airbase at the site of the airport until 1998. Stornoway A ...

Sumburgh Airport

Sumburgh Airport is the main airport connecting the Shetland Islands with mainland Scotland. It is on the southernmost tip of Shetland, 17 nautical miles south of Lerwick. The airport is unusual in that it has a 550 metre helicopter runway instea ...

Buchanan Field Airport

Buchanan Field Airport is an airport in Contra Costa County, California, United States. It is 27 nautical miles northeast of San Francisco International Airport. The airport has a control tower and a lot of general aviation traffic. More than 500 ...

Long Beach Airport

Long Beach Airport, also known as Daugherty Field, is a city-owned public-use airport three nautical miles northeast of the central business district of the City of Long Beach, in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It serves Los Angel ...

Los Alamitos Army Airfield

Los Alamitos Army Airfield is a military airport. It is one mile southeast of central Los Alamitos, California, and within its city limits.

San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport is the airport which serves San Francisco, California. It is 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco. It is near Millbrae and San Bruno in unincorporated San Mateo County.

Albany International Airport

Albany International Airport is a public use airport six nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Albany, in Albany County, New York, United States. It is owned by the Albany County Airport Authority. It is an airport of entry ...

Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport

Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport is a county-owned public-use airport three miles northeast of the central business district of Ithaca, the county seat and largest city in Tompkins County, New York, United States. The airport is near New York Sta ...

Charlottesville Albemarle Airport

Charlottesville Albemarle Airport is a public airport 8 miles north of Charlottesville, in Albemarle County, Virginia, USA. It has had airline flights since 1955. The airport serves the Charlottesville / Albemarle region and surrounding counties. ...

Norfolk International Airport

Norfolk International Airport is a public airport in Norfolk, Virginia. It is owned by the city of Norfolk. The Norfolk Airport Authority runs the airport. It is a part of the municipal government. The airport is used by the Hampton Roads metropo ...

Naval Air Station Oceana

Naval Air Station Oceana or NAS Oceana is a military airport. It is in Virginia Beach, Virginia. NAS Oceana is a United States Navy "Master Jet Base". It is also known as Apollo Soucek Field. It was named after Lieutenant Apollo Soucek. He was a ...

Washington Dulles International Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport is a public airport in Dulles, Virginia. It is 26 miles west of Washington, D.C. The airport serves the Baltimore-Washington DC-Northern Virginia metropolitan area and the District of Columbia. It is named ...

Josuke Higashikata

Josuke Higashikata is a character from the manga and anime JoJos Bizarre Adventure. He is the main character of the fourth part of the manga and anime Diamond is Unbreakable, where is revealed he is the bastard son of Joseph Joestar, who cheated ...

Kaworu Nagisa

Kaworu Nagisa is an imaginary character in Neon Genesis Evangelion. He is sent to Nerv by Seele, in order to replace Asuka Langley Soryu, whose synchronization ratio has fallen too low for her to pilot the unit. Kaworu is both the Fifth Child and ...

Mr. Satan

Mr. Satan is a fictional character from the manga Dragon Ball and anime Dragon Ball Z. He also appears in Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super. He is portrayed as a great fighter, champion of the world, cheered by all humanity. In reality he hide ...

Ryuk

Ryuk is a Shinigami in the Death Note franchise. The character has been created by the writer Tsugumi Ohba and the illustrator Takeshi Obata of Death Note Manga series. It is Ryuk who starts the events of the manga and other Adaptations. Ryuk was ...

Shinji Ikari

Shinji was born on June 6, 2001. His father, Gendo ゲンドウ, is the commander of NERV. His mother, Yui ユイ, died when Shinji was a child. Shinji lives in "Tokyo-3", a city built, after the original Tokyo was destroyed. He is a junior high school ...

Videl

Videl is a character from the manga Dragon Ball created by Akira Toriyama. She appears in the Anime Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super. She is the only daughter of Mr. Satan. Later she becomes Son Gohan s wife and mother of Pan.

Gameplay of Pokemon

The gameplay of the Pokemon series of role-playing video games involves the capture and training of a variety of fictional creatures called "Pokemon" and using them to battle other trainers. Every generation of games follows this concept by intro ...

MissingNo.

MissingNo., also known as MissingNO, is the name of a glitch Pokemon that is short for Missing Number ". MissingNo. Pokemon are used as error handlers by game developer Game Freak, they appear when the game tries to access data for a Pokemon spec ...

Pokemon (video game series)

Pokemon is a Japanese video game franchise created by Satoshi Tajiri for Nintendo in the 1990s. It is known as Pocket Monsters in Japan. It is now made up of animated television programs, Japanese comic books, trading cards, and toys but, most im ...

Pokemon Adventures

Pokemon Adventures, released in Japan as Pocket Monsters SPECIAL, is a Pokemon-related manga based on the video games. Satoshi Tajiri once said that this series is closest to what he imagined the Pokemon world to be: "This is the comic that most ...

Ekushey Padak

Ekushey Padak is one of the highest civilian awards in Bangladesh. In was introduced in memory of the martyrs of the Language Movement of 1952. The award consists of 100.000 Taka, an 18 carat gold medal weighing 3 tolas. It also includes a certif ...

San Mateo–Hayward Bridge

The San Mateo–Hayward Bridge is a bridge crossing the U.S. state of Californias San Francisco Bay. It provides a link of the San Francisco Peninsula with the East Bay. The bridges west end is in Foster City, a suburb on the eastern edge of San Ma ...

Hanok

The main feature of Hanok is that it has combination of ondol, the Korean under-floor heating system, and wooden floor for heating and cooling. This style is mainly used in Korea because of problems caused by the area having both a continental cl ...

Ain Shams University

Ain Shams University is a university in Cairo, Egypt. It started in 1950. It was called Ibrahim Pashas University. Its name was changed after the revolution of July 23, 1952. It has eight campuses. The university has more than 180.000 students.

Academie des Beaux-Arts

The Academie des Beaux-Arts is a French learned society. It is one of the five academies of the Institut de France. The current President of the Academy is Erik Desmazieres. The Academy was created in 1816 in Paris as a merger of the Academie de ...

Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is a landmark in Paris. It was built between 1887 and 1889 for the Exposition Universelle. The Tower was the Expositions main attraction.

Les Invalides

Les Invalides is a landmark in Paris, France. It was built between 1670 and 1676 as a place for retirement of French war veterans. It consists of several buildings. It was also used as a burial place for French marshals and generals. Les Invalide ...

Louvre Pyramid

The Louvre Pyramid is a pyramid built of glass and metal. It is in the Musee du Louvre, in Paris. The architect I. M. Pei designed the building. It opened to visitors in 1989. French president François Mitterrand spoke at the opening.

Chateau de Saint Cloud

The Chateau de Saint Cloud was a chateau in Paris, France. It was sometimes called the Palace of Saint Cloud. It was burned down during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870. It was once a private property of Queen Marie Antoinette. Since December 2006 ...

Aras an Uachtarain

Aras an Uachtarain, is the official home of the President of Ireland. The name means "House of the President" in Irish. It is in the Phoenix Park on the northside of Dublin. It used to be known as the Viceregal Lodge.

Ashtown Castle

Ashtown Castle is a towerhouse in the Phoenix Park in Dublin. It is now part of the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre. It is not clear when the castle was first built. It might date back as far as 1430. The roof dates from the 17th century. After the b ...

Chief Secretarys Lodge

The Chief Secretarys Lodge is a house in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland. It is also called Deerfield House or the U.S. Ambassadors Residence. It is used as the home for the U.S. Ambassador to Ireland. The size of the property and the land arou ...

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle is a 15th-century castle in County Cork in Ireland. Blarney is in the historic Irish Province of Munster. The Blarney Stone is in the castle. The Blarney Stone is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Ireland.

Arch of Constantine

The Arch of Constantine is an arch in Rome, found between the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. It was built in honour of Constantine Is victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge on October 28, 312. It is the latest of the triumphal a ...

Hadrians Mausoleum

The Mausoleum of Hadrian, now known as Castel SantAngelo is a towering cylindrical building in Parco Adriano, Rome. It was commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the pop ...

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree, formerly known as New Tokyo Tower, is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in the city of Tokyo, the capital of Japan. It is located in the special ward of Sumida, not far from the Sumida River. The nearest train stati ...

Estadio Azteca

The Estadio Azteca is a football stadium in Mexico City, Mexico. Club America and the Mexico national football team play in this stadium. This stadium can hold 87.000 people. It is the largest stadium in Mexico. It used to hold 105.000 people, an ...

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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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