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RAHS

Robbinsdale Armstrong High School in Plymouth, Minnesota, United States Roseville Area High School in Roseville, Minnesota, United States Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, California, United States Roussin Academy High School in Montreal, ...

Silent Knight (band)

Silent Knight is an Australian power metal band from Perth, Western Australia. The band has been recognized to be among the leading Australian power metal acts. Silent Knight has released two studio albums and two EPs, and regularly performs thro ...

Sittong

The map alongside shows the southern portion of the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region and a small portion of the terai region in its eastern and southern fringes, all of it in the Darjeeling district. In the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision 61.00% of ...

Book Stop Intramuros

The Book Stop Intramuros is a pop-up library located in Plaza Roma, Intramuros, Manila. The unit was designed and conceptualized by William Ti and commissioned in 2016 by the WTA Architecture + Design Studio. In June 2017, the management and owne ...

Festival Park

Festival Park may refer to: Festival Park in the English city of Stoke-on-Trent, former site of a National Garden Festival. Festival Park, Zephyrhills Festival Park, Ebbw Vale, in Wales, an outdoor shopping centre on the former site of a National ...

Night Time Stories

Night Time Stories is an English independent record label founded by Paul Glancy in 2009. It is notable for releasing the Late Night Tales compilation series since 2009 by artists such as Trentemoller, Royksopp, Bonobo, Jon Hopkins, Bill Brewster ...

Freedom Square

Freedom Square may refer to: Freedom Square, Tbilisi, Georgia, formerly known as Erivan Square under Imperial Russia and Lenin Square during the Soviet era Freedom Square, Yerevan, Armenia Freedom Square in Bydgoszcz, Poland Freedom Square, Baku, ...

Dalma

Dalma may refer to: Dalma Airport Dalma island, an island off the coast of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Dalma, Queensland, a locality in the Rockhampton Region, Queensland, Australia Dalma name Via Dalma, an album by Sergio Dalma Dalma Wildlif ...

List of botanical gardens in Ecuador

Botanical gardens in Ecuador have collections consisting entirely of Ecuador native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of E ...

Quito Botanical Garden

Quito Botanical Garden is a Park, botanical garden, arboretum and greenhouse s of 18.600 square meters that it is planned to increase, it houses species of plants of the country, which is found in the city of Quito, Ecuador. The identification co ...

Thurston

Thurston County, Nebraska Thurston, Nebraska, a village Thurston County, Washington Thurston, Virginia, an unincorporated community Thurston, Oregon disambiguation, several places Thurston, Ohio, a village Thurston, New York, a town

List of botanical gardens in Finland

Botanical gardens in Finland have collections consisting entirely of Finland native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of F ...

World Gardens

World Gardens is an album by jazz pianist Roberto Magris released on the JMood label in 2018, featuring performances by Magris with his trio from Kansas City.

Kyllikki Solantera

Kyllikki Solantera was a singer, vocal teacher and lyricist from Finland. She adapted many popular songs from other languages into Finnish

Newington

Newington, Mpumalanga, South Africa Newington, Ontario, South Stormont, eastern Ontario, Canada Newington, New South Wales, Australia Newington, Victoria, Australia

Keto Dzhaparidze

She went to study at the Tiflis noble gymnasium in 1909, where her powerful voice was noticed by the famous composer Zachary Paliashvili, who worked there as a music teacher and led the school choir. In 1919, she entered the Tiflis Conservatory. ...

The Gardener of God

The Gardener of God is a 2013 Italian docudrama written and directed by Liana Marabini in 2010, about the life and works of Gregor Mendel, a Catholic priest who lived in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The main role is played by Christopher Lambert.

Jacob Gijsbert Boerlage

Boerlage was born in Uithoorn, in the Netherlands on November 18, 1849. He received his doctoral degree 1875 from Leiden University. Initially he worked as a teacher in the Hogere Burgerschool in Amsterdam and Dordrecht. In 1879 he began working ...

Cynometra ramiflora

A tree in the family Fabaceae, Cynometra ramiflora is found in mangroves and flooded forests from New Caledonia in the western Pacific west to Queensland in Australia, New Guinea, Island Southeast Asia, and Tropical Asia as far west as India. Its ...

Mayura Park

Mayura Park was built by Anak Agung Gde Ngurah Karangasem in 1866, located 2 km east Mataram. Mayura Park is a garden built by the king as a complement to the palace of the king. The Mayura Park also has a royal residence in the sense of being oc ...

List of botanical gardens in Jamaica

Botanical gardens in Jamaica have collections consisting entirely of Jamaica native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of J ...

Independence Park

Independence Park may refer to: Independence Park Jamaica, a stadium in Kingston, Jamaica Independence Park Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana Independence Park, South Korea, a park in Seoul, South Korea Independence Park Charlotte, North Carolina, a par ...

Tavares

Tavares, Orlando and Atlantic Railroad Tavares, Florida

Hurlingham

Hurlingham, a suburb of Nairobi, Kenya Hurlingham, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa Hurlingham Gardens, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region B Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, a city in the Buenos Aires Province of Argen ...

Attention (Ulrikke Brandstorp song)

Attention is a song by Ulrikke Brandstorp. It will represent Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The song was released as a digital download on 31 January 2020.

National Botanical Garden

National Botanic Garden may refer to: National Botanic Gardens Ireland, Dublin Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra National Botanic Gardens of India National Botanic Garden Zimbabwe, Harare United States Botanic Garden, Washington, DC N ...

Stuart Robertson

Stuart Robertson may refer to: Stuart A. Robertson 1918–2005, co-founder of Milliman, Inc., an actuarial and business consulting firm Stuart Robertson special effects artist, Academy Award winning visual effects artist of What Dreams May Come Stu ...

List of botanical gardens in Austria

Botanical gardens in Austria have collections consisting entirely of Austria native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of A ...

Victory Garden

Victory Gardens Theater, a Chicago theater Victory Garden, Macau, a park Victory Gardens, New Jersey, United States Victory Gardens, Renfrewshire, a location in the UK

Garden of Earthly Delights (disambiguation)

The Garden of Earthly Delights 1981 film, a film by Stan Brakhage The Garden of Earthly Delights play, a 1985 Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience award-winning play The Garden of Earthly Delights 2004 film, a 2004 film by Lech Majewski

Garden District

Canada Garden District, Toronto United States by state then city Alexandria Garden District, Alexandria, Louisiana Garden District, DeLand, Florida Garden District, New Orleans, Louisiana Garden District, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Garden District Mo ...

Graves into Gardens

Graves into Gardens is the twelfth live album by American contemporary worship band Elevation Worship. It was released on May 1, 2020, via Elevation Worship Records alongside Provident Label Group. The album contains guest appearances by Brandon ...

Canadian International School of Phnom Penh

Canadian International School of Phnom Penh is an international school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It has three campuses: Koh Pich Diamond Island, the Bassac Garden Preschool, and the Olympia City Preschool. The Koh Pich campus is in Chamkar Mon Sec ...

Garden Village

Garden Village may refer to: Garden Village, Lincolnshire, England The Garden Village, Kingston upon Hull Garden Village, Leeds, England Garden Village, in North Killingholme England, a satellite hamlet Garden Village F.C. Garden Village, Ebbw Va ...

Spring Garden

Spring Garden College, a defunct private technical college in Spring Garden, Philadelphia Spring Garden School No. 2, Philadelphia, PA, listed on the NRHP in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Spring Garden, Alabama, an unincorporated community Spring Ga ...

Garden Island

Garden Island Naval Chapel Garden Island, New South Wales, location of major naval and dockyard facilities on Sydney Harbour Garden Island Huon River, an island in south-eastern Tasmania Garden Island, South Australia, a locality associated with ...

Danish Gardeners Union

The Danish Gardeners Union was a trade union representing gardeners in Denmark. The union was founded in 1894, to represent market gardeners and nursery workers, later also covering landscape gardeners. While, in most other countries, gardeners w ...

List of botanical gardens in Denmark

Botanical gardens in Denmark have collections consisting entirely of Denmark native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of D ...

James Anstruther

Sir James Anstruther of Anstruther, was a Scottish landowner and courtier. Anstruther married Jean Scott. He served as carver and subsequently Master of Household to Anne of Denmark, the wife of James VI of Scotland. Apart from ceremonial duties ...

Kochsvej

Kochsvej is a minor, mainly residential street in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark, between Frederiksberg Alleto the north and Vesterbrogade to the south.

Singbulli Tea Garden

The map alongside shows the southern portion of the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region and a small portion of the terai region in its eastern and southern fringes, all of it in the Darjeeling district. In the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision 61.00% of ...

List of botanical gardens in Belgium

Botanical gardens in Belgium have collections consisting entirely of Belgium native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of B ...

Botanical garden (disambiguation)

A botanical garden or botanic garden is a particular kind of formal garden, usually with a scientific or educational purpose. It may also refer to: Royal Botanic Gardens disambiguation National Botanical Garden disambiguation

Madonna of the Rose Garden (Luini)

Madonna of the Rose Garden is a c.1510 oil on panel painting by Bernardino Luini, now in the Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan, which acquired it from the Giuseppe Bianchi collection in 1826. A masterpiece of the artists youth, it is traditionally tho ...

Market Building

Market Building or Old Market Building may refer to: Broadway Market Building, Asheville, NC, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Old Market Building Georgetown, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in South Carolina South Side Market Building, Pi ...

Hanging Garden

Hanging garden cultivation, a sustainable landscape architecture, an artistic garden or a small urban farm, attached to or built on a wall Hanging gardens plant community of the flora of the Colorado Plateau and Canyonlands region

Rock garden (disambiguation)

A rock garden is a type of garden that features extensive use of rocks or stones, along with plants native to rocky or alpine environments. Rock garden may also refer to: Covent Garden#Economy Rock Garden, a music venue located in Covent Garden i ...

Magic Garden

The Magic Garden, another name for Secret Buddha Garden on Ko Samui, Thailand Philadelphias Magic Gardens the related project "The Magic Garden mosaic", Isaiah Zagars largest mosaic in Philadelphia

List of botanical gardens in New Zealand

Botanical gardens in New Zealand have collections consisting entirely of New Zealand native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territor ...

Queens Gardens

Queens Gardens or Queens Gardens may refer to: Queens Garden restaurant – Michelin starred restaurant in The Hague, Netherlands Queens Gardens, Townsville – a botanical garden in Townsville, Queensland Queens Gardens, Westminster – gardens in the ...