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Private schools in Western Australia, Anglican schools in Australia, Girls schools in Australia, Educational institutions established in 1921, Boarding schools in Western Australia, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools in Western Australia, High schools in Western Australia, Schools in Perth, Western Australia, 1921 establishments in Australia, Primary schools in Western Australia, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Use... 
London Court is a three- and four-level open-roofed shopping arcade located in the central business district in Perth, Western Australia. It was built in 1937 by wealthy gold financier and businessman, Claude de Bernales for residential and commercial purposes. The arcade runs between the Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace and is considered an important tourist attraction in the City of Perth. It received a National Trust of Australia classification in 1978 and was recorded in the Register o...
1897 establishments in Australia, Hotel buildings completed in 1897, Buildings and structures in Perth, Western Australia, History of Western Australia, Landmarks in Perth, Western Australia, Heritage places of Western Australia, Hotels in Western Australia, Hotels established in 1897, Federation style architecture, St Georges Terrace, Heritage hotels in Australia, William Street, Perth, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Pages with citations...The Palace Hotel in Perth, Western Australia is a landmark three-storey heritage listed building located in the citys central business district. Originally built in 1897 as a hotel during the gold rush period of Western Australias history, it was converted to banking chambers and offices in the 1980s and now accommodates offices and banking chambers of the Bank of Western Australia Ltd. (BankWest). The building is located on the most prominent intersection in the financial district of the city, ...
The Taal Basilica canonically known as the Minor Basilica of Saint Martin of Tours (Filipino: Basilika ni San Martin ng Tours; Spanish: Bas�lica Menor de San Mart�n de Tours) is a Minor Basilica in the town of Taal, Batangas in the Philippines, within the Archdiocese of Lipa. It is considered to be the largest church in the Philippines and in Asia, standing 88.6 metres (291 ft) long and 48 metres (157 ft) wide. St. Martin of Tours is the patron saint of Taal, whose fiesta is celebrated every...
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian, commonly known as the Lipa Cathedral, is a Romanesque church in Lipa, Batangas, Philippines. The cathedral serves as the seat of the Archdiocese of Lipa. The Cathedral was chosen as the seat of the then Diocese of the Lipa in 1910. Detached from the Archdiocese of Manila and canonically erected by Pope St. Pius X, it comprised what are today the provinces of Batangas, Quezon, Aurora, Laguna, Marinduque, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, and part...
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St. Joseph Parish Church (Spanish: Iglesia Parroquial de San José de Las PiNas), commonly known as the Las PiNas Bamboo Organ Church or simply Las PiNas Church, is the Roman Catholic church of the parish of Las PiNas, just south of the city of Manila in the Philippines. The church is renowned as the house of the Las PiNas Bamboo Organ, a pipe organ made mostly with bamboo pipes. To the right of the church is an old Spanish convent converted into a gift shop and the entrance for observing the or...
 SM Aura Premier is an upscale shopping mall located along McKinley Parkway and C5 Road cor. 26th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City Metro Manila, Philippines, owned by SM Prime Holdings, the countrys largest mall developer. It is the 13th SM Supermall in Metro Manila and 47th SM Prime mall in the Philippines. The shopping center is situated near its rival mall Market! Market!, owned by Ayala Malls, a real estate subsidiary of Ayala Land, and affiliate of Ayala Corporation. It is designed by...
The College of the Holy Spirit Manila, or simply CHSM, is a Catholic educational institution founded and being run by the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit in Manila, Philippines. Founded in 1913, College of the Holy Spirit Manila was established originally as Holy Ghost College through the invitation of then Manila Archbishop Jeremias Harty. Located originally at Legarda Street, the present campus is now located in the historic Mendiola Street, inside the MalacaNan Palace Complex....
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San Juan de Dios Parish Church, also San Rafael Church, is a 19th-century Roman Catholic church situated in Brgy. Poblacion, in San Rafael, Bulacan, Philippines. Its titular patron is St. John of God; Saint Raphael, archangel, is the secondary patron saint. It is in this church that the Battle of San Rafael took place, wherein hundreds of retreating Filipino soldiers and civilians lost their lives during a battle with the Spanish on November 30, 1896. A historical marker by the National Historic...
 
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St Johns Wood is a locality within the suburb of Ashgrove in Brisbane, Australia. A small residential pocket at the base of Taylor Range, it is embraced by a loop of Enoggera Creek and by the Ashgrove Golf Club, Brisbane City Council Reserve and the Enoggera Barracks. The locality was originally inhabited by the Indigenous Turrbal people before it opened up to European settlement during the second land-sales of the district in 1858, with the homestead called St Johns Wood House (also known as Gr...
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Basic Education High School (BEHS) No. 6 Botataung (Burmese: ������ ��� �������� ������� ����� (�) �����������; abbreviated to �.�.�. (�) �����������; commonly known as Botataung 6 High School or St. Pauls High School), located a few miles east of downtown Yangon in Botataung township, is a public high school, and one of the oldest high schools in Myanmar. The all-boys (now changed to ...
The 1888 eruption of Mount Bandai was a major volcanic eruption which occurred during the Meiji period of the Empire of Japan. The eruption occurred on July 15, 1888, and pyroclastic flows buried villages on the northern foot of the mountain, and devastated the eastern part of Bandai region, Fukushima Prefecture north of Tokyo. At least 477 people were killed and hundreds more were injured and rendered homeless in what became the worst volcanic disaster in recent Japanese history. The eruption h...

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Boys schools in New Zealand, Educational institutions established in 1903, Educational institutions established in 1955, Marist Brothers schools, Roman Catholic secondary schools in Auckland, Secondary schools in Auckland, 1903 establishments in New Zealand, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Use New Zealand English from May 2015, All Wikipedia articles written in New Zealand English, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing cleanup from July 2011, All pages n... St Pauls College is a college for year 7 to 13 boys and offers a Catholic education to its students. It is located in the central Auckland suburb of Ponsonby. The school originates from 1903 when the Marist Brothers opened Sacred Heart College, Auckland on the site. In the early 1950s the school was split with part, taking the name of Sacred Heart College, being relocated to Glen Innes. The remaining section was renamed St Pauls College (after the apostle Paul) and began operations in its curren...
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The Monument to Nicholas I (Russian: �ам��ник �икола� I) is a bronze equestrian monument of Nicholas I of Russia on St Isaacs Square (in front of Saint Isaacs Cathedral) in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Unveiled on July 7th O.S. June 25th] 1859, the six-meter statue was a technical wonder of its time. It was the first equestrian statue in Europe with only two support points (the rear hooves of the horse), the only precedent being the 1852 equestrian statue of U.S President Andre...
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Goudi (Greek: �ο�δί until 2006; �ο�δή since 2006) is a residential neighbourhood of Athens, Greece, on the eastern part of town and on the foothills of Mount Hymettus. Its name descends from the 19th century Goudi family, who owned a large estate in the area. It was home to a large army camp of the same name (where the Trial of the Six defendants were executed in 1922), three university hospitals (Laiko and two childrens hospitals) and the main campuses for the Faculty of Medicine ...
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The Church of St Nicholas (Bulgarian: ���ква �Све�и �икола�, tsarkva �Sveti Nikola�) is a partially preserved medieval Eastern Orthodox church in the town of Melnik in Blagoevgrad Province, southwestern Bulgaria. Dating to the late 12th century, it stands on top of an ancient Thracian sanctuary and a 5th-century basilica. In the Middle Ages, the church served as the cathedral of Melniks bishop. The interior of the church features frescoes of rarely depicted scenes, ...
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Populated places in Raška District, Sandžak, Municipalities and cities of Šumadija and Western Serbia, Novi Pazar, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from February 2012, CS1 Serbian-language sources (sr), Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles containing non-English-language text, Wikipedia articles in need of updating from January 2015, All Wikipedia articles in need of updating, Articles to be expanded from Janua...Novi Pazar (Serbian Cyrillic: �ови �аза�, pronounced [n��v�i� p�za�r]) Albanian: Pazari i Ri, is a city located in southwest Serbia, in the Raška District. Novi Pazar is the cultural center of the Bosniaks in Serbia and the historical region of Sandžak. A multicultural area of Muslims and Orthodox Christians, many monuments of both religions, like the Church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul and the Altun-Alem Mosque, are found in the region. As of the 2011 census, the pop...
 
 

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Bo�, also called the Triglav of Slovene Styria (after Triglav, the highest mountain of Slovenia), is a 978-metre-high (3,209 ft) mountain in eastern Slovenia. It belongs to the municipalities of Polj�ane (the peak) and Rogaška Slatina (southern slope). Bo�, which is among the southernmost extensions of the Karawanks mountain range, is the central mountain of the Bo��Donatus Mountain Landscape Park. It has two peaks, which are five minutes apart. At one peak, there are transmitters (re...
The Battle of Mariazell or Battle of Grossraming (8 November 1805) saw the advance guard of the French III Corps attack a retreating Austrian force led by Maximilian, Count of Merveldt. The advance guard, led by �tienne Heudelet de Bierre overwhelmed their demoralized enemies, capturing about half of them. Marshal Louis Davout commanded the III Corps. The action occurred during the War of the Third Coalition, which is part of the Napoleonic Wars. Mariazell is located in the Austrian province o...
Svina�ov is a village situated in a picturesque valley surrounded by forested slopes, fields and meadows. Approximately 667 people live there (2007). It is about 30 kilometres (20 mi) from Prague. Other towns close to Svina�ov are Libuš�n, Kladno, Sme�no and Slaný. The village is connected with the nearby towns and villages by bus. Svina�ov has its own association football team and a team of firemen volunteers. Next to the cemetery, we can find a little chapel with a precious statue ...
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The Holy Blood of Wilsnack was the name given to three hosts, which survived a fire in 1383 that burned the church and village to the ground. The hosts were thus seen as miraculous. The relics became the destination of medieval religious pilgrimages to Bad Wilsnack, Germany for nearly two centuries. Revenue from the many pilgrims enabled the town to build the large St. Nicholas Church (also known as Holy Blood Church) at the site. The hosts were destroyed by reformers in 1558 during the Protesta...
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  St Aloysius Convent of Mercy is a former Catholic convent located on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia, part of a larger site owned by the Church. This building is a part of the complex built by the Sisters of Mercy to provide accommodation and a school.  

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