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Girls schools in Australia, Private schools in Queensland, Schools in Brisbane, Educational institutions established in 1929, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, Anglican schools in Australia, Corinda, Queensland, 1929 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Use dmy dates from February 2012, Use Australian English from ... 
Bridges in Brisbane, Bridges completed in 2006, Cable-stayed bridges in Australia, Public transport in Brisbane, Bridges over the Brisbane River, University of Queensland, Dutton Park, Queensland, St Lucia, Queensland, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Use dmy dates from December 2010, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category without a link on Wikidata, Structurae ID no...The Eleanor Schonell Bridge, better known as the Green Bridge, is a 390-metre (1,280 ft)-long cable-stayed bridge which crosses the Brisbane River between Dutton Park and the University of Queenslands St Lucia campus. Its deck is 185 metres long, 20 metres wide and about 18 metres above the rivers surface. The bridge was opened on 17 December 2006, and is the first bridge in Australia exclusively designed for buses, cyclists and pedestrians, as well as the first public transport bridge built in ...
University of Queensland, Education in Brisbane, Educational institutions established in 1909, Universities in Queensland, 1909 establishments in Australia, Queensland Heritage Register, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from September 2010, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, Use dmy dates from August 2011, Use Australian English from August 2011, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian Engli...The University of Queensland (commonly referred to as UQ) is an Australian public research university primarily located in Brisbane. Founded in 1909, UQ is the oldest, most selective and comprehensive university in the Australian state of Queensland. The main campus is located in the suburb of St Lucia, southwest of the Brisbane City Central Business District, with other major UQ campuses in Gatton, Herston and Ochsner Medical Centers clinical school at New Orleans, United States of America. The...
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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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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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, ...
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... 
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...
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...
Pipe organs, Bamboo, Philippine musical instruments, Las PiNas, Cultural Properties of the Philippines in Metro Manila, National Cultural Treasures of the Philippines, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from November 2013, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2007, Commons c...
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....
Educational institutions in Manila, San Beda College, Educational institutions established in 1901, National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines), Educational institutions in San Miguel, Manila, Roman Catholic universities and colleges in Metro Manila, Roman Catholic secondary schools in Metro Manila, Liberal arts colleges in the Philippines, Benedictine colleges and universities, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, All articles with dead external links...San Beda College (Spanish: Colegio de San Beda) and (Filipino: Dalubhasaan ng San Beda) is a private Roman Catholic Benedictine college run by the Benedictine monks in the Philippines. It is located in Mendiola, Manila, for college and Taytay, Rizal for Elementary and High School. It was founded in 1901 primarily to defend the Catholic battlements in the field of education. San Beda, which was known then as El Colegio de San Beda, started as an all-boys grade school in Manila. It has since then ...
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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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...
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 ...
 
Schools in Tulare County, California, Educational institutions established in 1966, Private elementary schools in California, Private middle schools in California, Education in Visalia, California, 1966 establishments in California, California school stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Articles needing additional references from December 2011, All articles needing additional references, Articles lacking in-text citations from December 2011, All articles ... 
 
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, is a non-profit, acute care teaching hospital in the Portland metropolitan area of the U.S. state of Oregon. The center is Providence Health & Services�s largest Oregon hospital. St. Vincent has specialized programs including Providence Heart and Vascular Institute, Oregon Medical Laser Center, Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center, and Providence Stroke Center. The hospital is licensed for 552 beds, and has over 3,500 employees. There are approximately 1,...
High schools in Portland, Oregon, Roman Catholic secondary schools in Oregon, Girls schools in the United States, Educational institutions established in 1859, Schools accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission, 1859 establishments in Oregon, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2009, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles wi...

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Ghost towns in Washington County, Utah, Populated places established in 1875, Mining communities in Utah, National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington County, Utah, Boot Hill cemeteries, 1875 establishments in Utah Territory, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from August 2011, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, CS1 errors: dates, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page tit...Silver Reef is a ghost town in Washington County, Utah, United States, about 15 miles (24 km) northeast of St. George and 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Leeds. Silver Reef was established after John Kemple, a prospector from Nevada, discovered a vein of silver in a sandstone formation in 1866. At first, geologists were uncertain about Kemples find because silver is not usually found in sandstone. In 1875, two bankers from Salt Lake City sent William Barbee to the site to stake mining claims. He staked ...
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A steam clock is a clock which is fully or partially powered by a steam engine. Only a few functioning steam clocks exist, most designed and built by Canadian horologist Raymond Saunders for display in urban public spaces. Steam clocks built by Saunders are located in Otaru, Japan; Indianapolis, USA; and the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Whistler and Port Coquitlam, all in British Columbia. Steam clocks by other makers are installed in St Helier, Jersey and at the Chelsea Farmers Market in Londo...
 
The National Cash Register Building, commonly referred to as the St. Johns Theater & Pub, was a building that was first erected in St. Louis, Missouri for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904 and then moved to Portland, Oregon the next year for the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition. It was moved a third and final time to the suburb of St. Johns, Oregon, which is now a part of Portland. It was given to the St. Johns Congregational Society by the NCR Corporation. It now houses a McMenamin...
Hospitals in Washington (state), Franciscan hospitals, Buildings and structures in Tacoma, Washington, Hospitals established in 1891, Bertrand Goldberg buildings, Western United States hospital stubs, Washington (state) building and structure stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from September 2014, All articles needing additional references, Articles lacking in-text citations from June 2013, All articles lacking in-text citations, Articles which use infobox template... 
Railway bridges on the National Register of Historic Places, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington (state), Arch bridges, Bridges completed in 1915, Buildings and structures in Whitman County, Washington, Transportation in Whitman County, Washington, Railroad bridges in Washington (state), Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from August 2011, All articles lacking in-text citations, Coordinates on Wi...The Rosalia Railroad Bridge was built by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (also known as the Milwaukee Road) in 1915 to replace an earlier timber trestle. The bridge was designed as a concrete arch, unusual for a railroad bridge, because it crosses the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks (a rival railroad), a state highway, and is visible from Steptoe Battlefield State Park. The railroad wanted an impressive-looking bridge. The viaduct consists of two spans, separated by an emb...
 
Cities in Alaska, Cities in Aleutians West Census Area, Alaska, Historic American Landscapes Survey in Alaska, Populated coastal places in Alaska, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, CS1 errors: chapter ignored, Pages with citations having bare URLs, Articles that may contain original research from April 2008, All articles that may contain original research, Settlement articles requiring maintenance, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements ...
Saint Paul Island is the largest of the Pribilof Islands, a group of five Alaskan volcanic islands located in the Bering Sea between the United States and Russia. The city of St. Paul is the only residential area on the island. The two nearest islands to Saint Paul Island are Otter Island to the southwest, and Walrus Island to the east. St. Paul Island has a land area of 40 square miles (100 km2). St. Paul Island currently has one school (K-12, 100 students), one post office, one bar, one small ...
 
Martensville is a city located in Saskatchewan, Canada, just 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) north of Saskatoon, and 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) south west of Clarkboro Ferry which crosses the South Saskatchewan River. Martensville is the second fastest growing municipality of 5,000 or more people in Canada, growing by a rate of 55% between 2006 and 2011 and is the fastest growing city in Saskatchewan growing 50% between 2006 and 2011. It is sometimes considered a bedroom community of Saskatoon. It is surroun...
 
 The French Counts settled in St. Hubert, Saskatchewan which was located on Pipestone Creek, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) south west of Whitewood, Saskatchewan. The French Counts of St Hubert stayed in the area between 1884 and the early 1900s, before World War I. St. Hubert is classified presently as an unincorporated area means there are five or more dwellings establishing a settlement, and the civic government is administered by the rural municipality of Silverwood No. 123. Dr. Rudolph Meyer was the...

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Roman Catholic cathedrals in the United States, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston–Houston, Churches in Houston, Texas, Roman Catholic churches in Texas, Religious organizations established in 1896, Roman Catholic churches completed in 2008, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from January 2012, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2...
Buffalo Stadium was a minor league stadium primarily used by the Texas League Houston Buffaloes from 1928 through 1958 (except for 1943 to 1945 because of World War II) and the Houston Buffs of the American Association from 1959 to 1961. The Buffaloes were a farm team of the Major League St. Louis Cardinals and provided many great ballplayers to the Cardinals success in 1930s and 1940s. The arrival of the National League Houston Colt .45s in 1962 brought an end to minor league baseball in Housto...
Conflicts in 1798, History of Belize, Naval battles involving Great Britain, Naval battles involving Belize, Naval battles involving Spain, Naval battles of the French Revolutionary Wars, Remembrance days, 1798 in Central America, 18th century in Central America, 1798 in the Caribbean, 1798 in the Spanish Empire, 1798 in the British Empire, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from September 2014, All articles lacking in-text citations, Use dmy dates from June 2013, Coordinates...The Battle of St. Georges Caye was a short military engagement that lasted from 3 to 10 September 1798, off the coast of what is now Belize. However, the name is typically reserved for the final battle that occurred on 10 September. The Spaniards had previously attempted to expel the Settlers on six occasions, most recently in 1779. 10 September 1798 marked the final Spanish attempt to take over the area. Today, the Battle of St. Georges Caye is a national public and bank holiday. However, the s...
Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, located in St. Martinville, Louisiana, showcases the cultural significance of the Bayou Teche region. It is the oldest state park site in Louisiana, founded in 1934 as the Longfellow-Evangeline State Commemorative Area. Evangeline was Henry Wadsworth Longfellows enormously popular epic poem about Acadian lovers and figures into local history. In the town center, the Evangeline Oak is the legendary meeting place of the two lovers, Evangeline and Gabriel,...
Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana, Antebellum architecture, National Historic Landmarks in Louisiana, Houses completed in 1839, Plantations in Louisiana, Historic house museums in Louisiana, Museums in St. James Parish, Louisiana, Houses in St. James Parish, Louisiana, Hidden categories:, Articles with trivia sections from August 2015, Articles lacking in-text citations from April 2009, All articles lacking in-text citations, Commons category template with no catego...
 
 
Riel House is a National Historic Site commemorating the life of the Métis politician and activist Louis Riel, and also the daily life of Métis families in the Red River Settlement. The house is situated in the historic St. Vital parish, Winnipeg in Manitoba Canada. From 1865, the residence belonged to Riels mother, Julie Riel (Lagimodière), and housed his brothers and their families. Louis Riel lived along with them from his return to Red River in 1868, through the Red River Resistance, unti...
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St. Cloud State University, Universities and colleges in Minnesota, Buildings and structures in St. Cloud, Minnesota, Educational institutions established in 1869, Education in Stearns County, Minnesota, Visitor attractions in Stearns County, Minnesota, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, CS1 errors: dates, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases, Articles with specifically marked weasel-word...
 
Airports in Louisiana, Airports established in 1946, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces in Louisiana, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces Technical Service Command, Buildings and structures in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Buildings and structures in New Orleans, Louisiana, Buildings and structures in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in New Orleans, Louisiana, Transportation in the New Orleans metropolitan area, Tr...Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (IATA: MSY, ICAO: KMSY, FAA LID: MSY) (French: Aéroport international Louis Armstrong de La Nouvelle-Orléans) is an international airport in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States. It is owned by the city of New Orleans and is 11 miles west of downtown New Orleans. The airports address is 900 Airline Drive in Kenner, Louisiana. A small portion of Runway 10- 28 is in unincorporated St. Charles Parish. Armstrong International is the primary c...
 The Crichton Leprechaun (known alternatively as the Mobile Leprechaun or Alabama Leprechaun) is an urban legend and internet meme involving a purported leprechaun seen in a tree in Crichton, a neighborhood of Mobile, Alabama. The Crichton Leprechaun rose to international fame in March 2006 following a news report filed at local NBC affiliate WPMI-TV. The video was posted to YouTube on St. Patricks Day 2006 and fueled media attention to the story and the city. The clip became one of the first You...
Church of St. Joseph-Catholic (Christ the King Catholic Church) is a historic church on Main Street between 7th and 8th Streets in Browerville, Minnesota. The church was built by Polish immigrants who came to America as part of a migration movement between the American Civil War and World War I. Polish immigrants established their parish churches as the centers of life in their communities and resented outside interference. The Polish community had split from the German congregation in 1895 in a...

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  St Aidan�s Anglican Girls School is an independent, Anglican, day school for girls, located in Corinda, a western suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was named after Aidan of Lindisfarne, an Irish saint.  

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