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Cape Borda Lightstation is a lighthouse located at Cape Borda on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. It was built in 1858 and is the third oldest remaining and only square stone lighthouse in South Australia. The Lighthouse was built to guide ships travelling along the Roaring Forties trade route heading into the Investigator Strait towards Port Adelaide. Originally there was no road linking Cape Borda to the rest of Kangaroo Island and all supplies had to be hauled up from ships via a steep ste...
 
Sandy Cape Light is a heritage-listed active lighthouse located on Sandy Cape, the most northern point on Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia. It stands about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southwest of the northeastern tip of the island. It is the tallest lighthouse in Queensland. Built in 1870, it is the second major lighthouse to be built in Queensland after its formation in 1859. It is one of the first lighthouses in Australia to be constructed using bolted prefabricated segments of cast iron, and o...
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 Mount Howard (75°40�S 161°16�E 75.667°S 161.267°E -75.667; 161.267Coordinates: 75°40�S 161°16�E 75.667°S 161.267°E -75.667; 161.267) is a dark, rounded mountain, 1,460 m, standing 8 nautical miles (15 km) southeast of Mount Joyce in the Prince Albert Mountains, Victoria Land, Antarctica. Discovered by the Discovery Expedition, 1901�04, which named it for Lord Howard de Walden who assisted Captain R.F. Scott in his experiments with sledges. The geographical fea...
 
 

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Louis Johannes Tregardt (1783�1838) (from Swedish: trädgård, garden) was a farmer from the Cape Colonys eastern frontier, who became an early voortrekker leader, called the voorste mense. Shunning colonial authority, he emigrated in 1834 to live among the Xhosa, before he crossed the Orange River into neutral territory. His northward trek, along with fellow trekker Johannes (Hans) van Rensburg, was commenced in early 1836. He led his small party of emigrants, composed of seven Boer farmers, ...
Archaeological sites in South Africa, Paleoanthropological sites, Landforms of the Eastern Cape, Caves of South Africa, Prehistoric South Africa, Prehistoric cannibalism, Pleistocene paleontological sites of Africa, Protected areas of the Eastern Cape, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with old-style implicit et al. in editors, Use South African English from May 2013, All Wikipedia articles written in South African English, Use dmy dates from May 2013, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikipedia ... The Klasies River Caves are a series of caves located to the east of the Klasies River mouth on the Tsitsikamma coast in the Humansdorp district of Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. The three main caves and two shelters at the base of a high cliff have revealed evidence of middle stone age-associated human habitation from approximately 125,000 years ago. The 20 metres (66 ft) thick deposits were accumulated from 125,000 years ago. Around 75,000 years ago during cave remodelling the stratigrap...
 
Shumshu, Islands of the Kuril Islands, Islands of the Sea of Okhotsk, Islands of the Russian Far East, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from March 2012, All articles lacking in-text citations, Pages using deprecated map format, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, Articles containing Russian-language text, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles...Shumshu (Russian: Ш�м��, Shumushu; Japanese: � �島 Shumushu-t�), is the second-northernmost island of the Kuril Islands chain, which divides the Sea of Okhotsk from the northwest Pacific Ocean. The name of the island is derived from the Ainu language, meaning �good island.� It is separated from Paramushir by the very narrow Second Kuril Strait in the northeast 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi), and its northern tip is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi), from Cape Lopatka at the southern tip of the ...
Climbing areas of South Africa, Karoo, Populated places in the Oudtshoorn Local Municipality, Populated places established in 1857, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Coordinates on Wikidata, Settlement articles requiring maintenance, Articles needing additional references from October 2014, All articles needing additional references, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as on Wikidata, Use dmy dates from October...Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world, is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Two ostrich-feather booms, during 1865-1870 and 1900-1914, truly established the settlement. With approximately 60,000 inhabitants, it is the largest town in the Little Karoo region. The towns economy is primarily reliant on the ostrich farming and tourism industries. Oudtshoorn is home to the worlds largest ostrich population, with a number of specialized ostrich breeding farms, such as the Saf...
Western Cape, Provinces of South Africa, States and territories established in 1994, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from March 2014, CS1 maint: Explicit use of et al., Pages using web citations with no URL, Use South African English from July 2013, All Wikipedia articles written in South African English, Use dmy dates from July 2013, Articles containing Afrikaans-language text, Articles with Afrikaans-language external links, Articles...The Western Cape (Afrikaans: Wes-Kaap, Xhosa: iNtshona Kapa) is a province of South Africa, situated in the south-western part of the country. It is the fourth largest of the nine provinces in terms of both area and population, with an area of 129,449 square kilometres (49,981 sq mi) and 5.8 million inhabitants. About two-thirds of these inhabitants live in the metropolitan area of Cape Town, which is also the provincial capital. The Western Cape was created in 1994 from part of the former Cape ...
 Seal Island is a small land mass located 5.7 km off the northern beaches of False Bay, near Cape Town, in South Africa. The island is so named because of the great number of Cape Fur Seals that occupy it. It is 5 acres (2.0 ha) in area and home to 64,000 cape fur seals. It is home to sea birds too and it is likely that non-marine species (in no great number) fly there to breed as well (see external link to the Avian Demographic Unit at the University of Cape Town). The island is an outcrop of th...
Thunder City is an aircraft operating and maintenance company based at the Cape Town International Airport in Cape Town, South Africa. It was well known for owning the largest civilian collection of former military jet aircraft in the world. These aircraft were used to perform in airshows and could also be chartered by the general public for recreational flights, including going supersonic and climbing to altitudes around 50,000 feet. Following a fatal accident in 2009 in which an English Electr...
Cape Town International Airport (IATA: CPT, ICAO: FACT) is the primary airport serving the city of Cape Town, and is the second busiest airport in South Africa and third busiest in Africa. Located approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) from the city centre, the airport was opened in 1954 to replace Cape Towns previous airport, Wingfield Aerodrome. Cape Town International Airport is the only airport in the Cape Town metropolitan area that offers scheduled passenger services. The airport has domestic...
2010 crimes in South Africa, 2010 in England, Deaths by firearm in South Africa, Murder in 2010, People murdered in South Africa, Swedish murder victims, Swedish people murdered abroad, Deaths by person, Kidnappings in South Africa, Kidnapped Swiss people, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, NPOV disputes from August 2015, All NPOV disputes, Wikipedia articles with possible conflicts of interest from August 2015, Use British English fro... Anni Ninna Dewani (née Hindocha; 12 March 1982 � 13 November 2010) was a Swedish woman of Indian origin who, while on her honeymoon in South Africa, was murdered in Gugulethu township near Cape Town, after the taxi in which she was travelling was carjacked. South Africa prosecutors formulated charges on the basis that she had been the victim of a premeditated kidnapping and murder for hire staged to appear as a random carjacking, though evidence suggested she might have been killed in a rape ...
 
Tygerberg Zoo was a 24-hectare (59-acre) zoo near Stellenbosch, South Africa, the only zoo in the Western Cape province and the closest to Cape Town. It was privately-run. It was established in 1979, operated for 33 years, and closed in 2012. It was once a major tourist attraction and a hot spot for school educational outings according to Cape Times coverage of its closure. Featured animals included chimpanzees and tigers, lions, and cheetahs. The zoo had 160 bird species and 63 reptile species,...
 

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The Kamiesberg or Kamiesberge (Khoikhoi Thamies = jumble), is a mountain range of jumbled granite inselbergs or bornhardts dotted over sandy plains and centered on Kamieskroon in Namaqualand in South Africa. This range is very like the Matopos of Zimbabwe in appearance. It stretches for about 140 km (60 mi) from Garies in the south to Springbok in the north and forms a plateau between the Sandveld of the Cape West Coast and Bushmanland in the east, with the Hardveld of the mountainous central Ka...
Geography of the Antarctic Peninsula, Peninsulas of Antarctica, West Antarctica, Argentine Antarctica, British Antarctic Territory, Chilean Antarctic Territory, Tundra, Ecoregions of the Antarctic, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2008, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2009, Commons category with local link same as on Wikidata, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikipedia ...The Antarctic Peninsula is the northernmost part of the mainland of Antarctica, located at the base of the Southern Hemisphere. At the surface, it is the biggest, most prominent peninsula in Antarctica as it extends 1300 km (800 miles) from a line between Cape Adams (Weddell Sea) and a point on the mainland south of Eklund Islands. Beneath the ice sheet which covers it, the Antarctic Peninsula consists of a string of bedrock islands; these are separated by deep channels whose bottoms lie at dept...
 
Geography of Oxnard, California, Headlands of California, Landforms of Ventura County, California, Santa Monica Mountains, Unincorporated communities in California, Unincorporated communities in Ventura County, California, Ventura County, California geography stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, CS1 maint: Extra text, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from March 2015, Articles needing additional references from Novemb...Point Mugu- mu��ɡu�- , California (Chumash: Muwu, Beach ) is a cape or promontory within Point Mugu State Park on the Pacific Coast in Ventura County, near the town of Port Hueneme and the city of Oxnard. The park has 5 miles (8 km) of shoreline and more than 70 miles (110 km) of hiking trails. The name is believed to be derived from the Chumash Indian term Muwu, meaning beach, which was first mentioned by Cabrillo in his journals in 1542. It is also a name applied to the nearby Naval Air...
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 Puerto Chicama also called Puerto Malabrigo, is a port and small coastal town in northwestern Peru, located in La Libertad Region, some 70 km north of Trujillo city. (Google Earth also confirms these distances. In comparison, Tracks magazine has stated that a wave has been ridden at the Superbank on the Gold Coast in Australia for 1.97km). The distance from the point to the pier at Chicama is about 2.2 km, which locals confirm has been ridden on a single wave, although the whole cape upon which ...
Art Deco architecture in Alaska, Lighthouses completed in 1925, Towers completed in 1925, Buildings and structures in Hoonah–Angoon Census Area, Alaska, Buildings and structures in Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska, Lighthouses in Unorganized Borough, Alaska, Lighthouses on the National Register of Historic Places in Alaska, Historic American Engineering Record in Alaska, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from May 2010, All articles lacking in-text citations, Coordinates on...
Monrovia, Capitals in Africa, James Monroe, Mesurado River, Montserrado County, Populated places established by African Americans, Populated places established in the 1820s, Populated places in Liberia, Port cities in Liberia, Saint Paul River, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from July 2010, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced stateme...Monrovia- m�n�ro�vi�- is the capital city of the West African country of Liberia. Located on the Atlantic Coast at Cape Mesurado, Monrovia had a population of 1,010,970 as of the 2008 census. With 29% of the total population of Liberia, Monrovia is the countrys most populous city. From 1822 until the Liberian Declaration of Independence from the American Colonization Society on July 26,1847 some 3,198 ex-slaves and slaves from the Lesser Antilles, who had escaped from their slaveholder o...
Naval aviation operations and battles, Maritime incidents in November 1943, Airstrikes, Battle of the Mediterranean, Naval battles of World War II involving the United States, Naval battles involving Greece, Mediterranean convoys of World War II, Hidden categories:, Use dmy dates from January 2014, Articles lacking in-text citations from October 2010, All articles lacking in-text citations, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2010, Wikipedia a...The Action off Cape Bougaroun, or the Attack on Convoy KMF-25A was a Luftwaffe action against an Allied naval convoy off the coast of Algeria during World War II. The convoy of American, British, Greek and Dutch ships was attacked on 6 November 1943 by 25 German land based aircraft. Six Allied vessels were sunk or damaged and six German aircraft were destroyed. German forces achieved a tactical victory, though the Allied warships involved received credit for defending their convoy and reacting t...
HMS Royal George was a 100-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built at Woolwich Dockyard and launched on 18 February 1756. The largest warship in the world at the time of launching, she saw service during the Seven Years War including being Admiral Sir Edward Hawkes flagship at the Battle of Quiberon Bay and later taking part in the Battle of Cape St Vincent. She sank undergoing routine maintenance work whilst anchored off Portsmouth on 29 August 1782 with the loss of more than 8...
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 Hanover Lutheran Church is a Lutheran congregation located in Cape Girardeau, Missouri which is a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. The congregations original organization came about in 1846 as a result of the heavy German immigration to Missouri in the 19th century. The churchs name, Hanover, was chosen to reflect the place of origin of the majority of its members, since many of the Germans who had settled northwest of the town of Cape Girardeau had immigrated from Hanover, German...
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Cape May, New Jersey, Churches completed in 1823, 19th-century Presbyterian church buildings, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey, Presbyterian churches in New Jersey, Cemeteries in Cape May County, New Jersey, Protestant Reformed cemeteries, U.S. Route 9, Churches in Cape May County, New Jersey, National Register of Historic Places in Cape May County, New Jersey, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Coordina...The Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, located on U.S. Route 9 in the Cold Spring section of Cape May, in Cape May County, New Jersey, United States, is a historic two-story church on the National Register of Historic Places. The current church building, known as Old Brick, was constructed in 1823^ by Thomas H. Hughes, who was also the architect of Congress Hall in Cape May, New Jersey. This red brick building replaced a frame and shingle church erected in 1764, which itself replaced a 1714 log me...
Hatteras Island (historically, Croatoan Island) is a barrier island located off the North Carolina coast. Dividing the Atlantic Ocean and the Pamlico Sound, it runs parallel to the coast, forming a bend at Cape Hatteras. It is part of North Carolinas Outer Banks and includes the towns of Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, and Hatteras. It contains the largest part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. It is almost entirely in Dare County, North Carolina, but there is a very small sl...
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The Atlantic campaign of 1806 was a complicated series of manoeuvrees and counter-manoeuveres conducted by squadrons of the French Navy and the British Royal Navy across the Atlantic Ocean during the spring and summer of 1806, as part of the Napoleonic Wars. The campaign followed directly from the Trafalgar campaign of the year before, in which the French Mediterranean fleet had crossed the Atlantic, returned to Europe and joined with the Spanish fleet. On 21 October 1805, this combined force wa...
Estuaries of Canada, Lakes of Nova Scotia, Saline lakes, Landforms of Inverness County, Nova Scotia, Landforms of Richmond County, Nova Scotia, Landforms of Victoria County, Nova Scotia, Landforms of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Alexander Graham Bell, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Articles lacking in-text citations from February 2015, All articles lacking in-text citations, Coordinates o...Bras dOr Lake- br��d�r- is an inland sea, or large body of partially fresh- salt water in the centre of Cape Breton Island in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. Bras dOr Lake is sometimes referred to as the Bras dOr Lakes or the Bras dOr Lakes system; however, its official geographic name is Bras dOr Lake^ as it is a singular entity. Canadian author and yachtsman Silver Donald Cameron describes Bras dOr Lake as A basin ringed by indigo hills laced with marble. Islands within a sea inside...
 
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  Cape Borda Lightstation is a lighthouse located at Cape Borda on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. It was built in 1858 and is the third oldest remaining and only square stone lighthouse in South Australia. The Lighthouse was built to guide ships travelling along the Roaring Forties trade route heading into the Investigator Strait towards Port Adelaide. Originally there was no road linking Cape Borda to the rest of Kangaroo Island and all supplies had to be hauled up from ships via a steep steel railway at Harveys Return then taken to the Lighthouse every three months.  

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