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Magnesia (regional unit)

Magnesia, Ancient Greek: Magnēsia, deriving from the tribe name Magnetes, is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the region of Thessaly. Its capital is the city of Volos. About 70% of the population of Magnesia live in the Greater ...

                                               

Rhodope (regional unit)

Rhodope is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the region of East Macedonia and Thrace. Its name is derived from the Rhodope Mountains, which cover the northern part of its territory. Together with the regional units Evros and Xant ...

                                               

High Court of Greenland

The High Court of Greenland is the central court of Greenland, located in the capital city, Nuuk. It exists alongside 18 other magistrates courts and has supreme authority, handling most major cases. The magistrates courts hear lesser civil and c ...

                                               

Policia Nacional Civil (Guatemala)

The Policia Nacional Civil is the armed security force of Guatemala and is an agency of the Guatemalan Ministry of the Interior. The PNC is in charge of protecting public order, and along with military divisions forms part of the Armed Forces of ...

                                               

Agustin Guzman

Agustin Guzman was a Mexican military officer, who was appointed as Army Commander in Chief of Los Altos when this new State was formed as part of the Central American Federation on 2 March 1838. He was defeated by Rafael Carrera on 19 March 1840 ...

                                               

Mataquescuintla

Mataquescuintla is a town and municipality in the Jalapa department of south-east Guatemala. It covers 262 square kilometres. Mataquescuintla played a significant role during the first half of the nineteenth century, when it was the center of ope ...

                                               

San Jose Castle (Guatemala City)

San Jose Castle -also known as Castillo de San Jose in Spanish- was opened to the public on 25 May 1846 on the "Buena Vista Hill" on the southeast of Guatemala City by general Rafael Carrera government; it was also known as "Carrera Castle". San ...

                                               

Temple of Minerva (Guatemala)

The Temple of Minerva was a Greek style temple erected in Guatemala City by the government of president Manuel Estrada Cabrera in 1901 to celebrate the Fiestas Minervalias. Soon, the main cities in the rest of Guatemala built similar structures a ...

                                               

Cuyuni-Mazaruni

Cuyuni-Mazaruni is a region of Esequiban Guyana, a territory in dispute by Guyana and Venezuela. Venezuela claims the territory as part of Delta Amacuro state north of the Cuyuni river and as a part of Bolivar state south of the same river. It bo ...

                                               

Demerara-Mahaica

Demerara-Mahaica is a region of Guyana, bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the north, the region of Mahaica-Berbice to the east, the region of Upper Demerara-Berbice to the south and the region of Essequibo Islands-West Demerara to the west. It cont ...

                                               

East Berbice-Corentyne

East Berbice-Corentyne is one of ten regions in Guyana covering the whole of the east of the country. It borders the Atlantic Ocean to the north, Suriname to the east, Brazil to the south and the regions of Mahaica-Berbice, Upper Demerara-Berbice ...

                                               

Essequibo Islands-West Demerara

Essequibo Islands-West Demerara is a partial region of Esequiban Guyana, a territory in dispute by Guyana and Venezuela. Split in two by the Essequibo River, Venezuela claims the territory to the west of Essequibo river as part of Delta Amacuro s ...

                                               

Mahaica-Berbice

Mahaica-Berbice is a region of Guyana, bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the north, the region of East Berbice-Corentyne to the east, the region of Upper Demerara-Berbice to the south and the region of Demerara-Mahaica to the west. It contains the ...

                                               

Pomeroon-Supenaam

Pomeroon-Supenaam is a region of Esequiban Guyana, a territory in dispute by Guyana and Venezuela. Venezuela claims the territory as part of Delta Amacuro state. It borders the Atlantic Ocean to the north, the region of Essequibo Islands-West Dem ...

                                               

Potaro-Siparuni

Potaro-Siparuni is a region of Esequiban Guyana, a territory in dispute by Guyana and Venezuela. Venezuela claims the territory as part of Bolivar state. Unlike a south section of the region who is located east of Essequibo river, which means is ...

                                               

Upper Demerara-Berbice

Upper Demerara-Berbice is a region of Guyana, bordering the regions of Essequibo Islands-West Demerara, Demerara-Mahaica and Mahaica-Berbice to the north, the region of East Berbice-Corentyne to the east, and the regions of Potaro-Siparuni and Cu ...

                                               

Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo

Upper Takutu-Upper Esequibo is a region of Esequiban Guyana, a territory in dispute by Guyana and Venezuela. Venezuela claims the territory as part of Bolivar state. Unlike an elongated narrow section of the region who is located east of Essequib ...

                                               

Etienne Cochard de Chastenoye

Etienne Cochard de Chastenoye was a French colonial soldier who was interim governor of Saint-Domingue three times in the 18th century.

                                               

Leon de Sorel

Leon de Sorel, marquis de Sorel was a French naval officer and colonial administrator who was governor of Saint-Domingue in 1719–1723.

                                               

Law enforcement in Haiti

Other than the temporary United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti force, the Haitian National Police is the only security force in Haiti following the disbandment of the Haitian military.

                                               

Fort la Bouque

Fort la Bouque is one of three colonial forts in Fort-Liberte Arrondissement in the Nord-Est Department of Haiti. There are three other forts on the eastern edge of the channel: Batterie de lAnse, Fort Saint Charles and Fort Saint Frederique, one ...

                                               

Military history of Haiti

The origins of the military history of Haiti lie in the countrys revolution. A decade of warfare produced a military cadre from which Haitis early leaders emerged. Defeat of the French demonstrated Haitis considerable strategic stamina and tactic ...

                                               

National Police of Honduras

The National Police of Honduras is the uniformed police force of the Republic of Honduras. The force is organised into regional headquarters, municipal headquarters, headquarters of fixed or mobile stations, and police posts. There are at least 3 ...

                                               

Cortesian documents

The Cortesian documents are a compilation by Jose Luis Martinez of handwritten historical texts related to Hernan Cortes. The documents are divided into three parts: those Cortes wrote himself reports about facts that interested him. those writte ...

                                               

Guerra de los Padres

The Guerra de los Padres was a violent political crisis that took place in Honduras between April and June 1861. A conflict between the government and the clergy began when President Jose Santos Guardiola agreed to permit freedom of worship to th ...

                                               

Orbasz II Bancsa

Orbasz or Vrbas was born into the gens clan Bancsa, an original settler family from Bacs County today Bac, Serbia. He was one of the two sons of comes Peter fl. 1253. His brother was Thomas, ancestor of the late 14th-century powerful Horvat or Ho ...

                                               

Marton Csanyi

Marton Csanyi was a Hungarian jurist and county official from the old noble Csanyi family, who served as First Deputy Prosecutor from 7 April 1790 to 10 December 1793, and Crown Prosecutor of Zala County from 10 December 1793 to 17 September 1797 ...

                                               

Law enforcement in Hungary

Law enforcement in Hungary is split among the Police and Border Guards, and the Customs and Excise Authority. Since 2006, the Police has been subject to the Ministry of Justice, when the Ministry of Interior was re-structured to deal with Municip ...

                                               

Military history of Hungary

The military history of Hungary includes battles fought in the Carpathian Basin and the military history of the Hungarian people regardless of geography.

                                               

Royal Hungarian Honved

The Royal Hungarian Honved, Royal Hungarian Honved or Royal Hungarian Landwehr, commonly known as the Honved, Honved or in Hungarian, Honvedseg, was one of the four armed forces of Austria-Hungary from 1867 to 1918. The others were its counterpar ...

                                               

Budget Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Budget Committee: State guarantees Pension Loan authorisation Budget spending State finance State assets

                                               

Constitutional and Supervisory Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Constitutional and Supervisory Committee: Constitution President Election Parliament Cabinet Agencies

                                               

Economic Affairs and Trade Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Economic Affairs and Trade Committee: Taxation Banking Business Customs Finance

                                               

Environment and Communications Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Environment and Communications Committee: Research Implementation Planning Consulting Transport Sustainability Protection Constr ...

                                               

Foreign Affairs Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Foreign Affairs Committee: European Economic Area EEA International and global affairs International organisations Defence Exter ...

                                               

Industrial Affairs Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Industrial Affairs Committee: Fishery Employment Innovation Energy Industry Technical development Agriculture

                                               

Judicial Affairs and Education Committee

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Judicial Affairs and Education Committee: Technology Church of Iceland and other sects Citizenship Human rights Consumption Scie ...

                                               

Welfare Committee (Iceland)

According to law № 55/1991, with later amendments, all matters relating to the following subjects are referred to the Welfare Committee: Health care Disability Labour market Social security Social services Housing Senior citizens Health insurance ...

                                               

Court of Legislature (Iceland)

The Court of Legislature was a legislature and high court established in Iceland in the year 930 during the period of the Icelandic Commonwealth.

                                               

Fifth Court

The Fifth Court was a supreme court established in Iceland approximately in the year 1015 during the period of the Icelandic Commonwealth. It was an institution of Althing, the nations legislative and judicial authority. There was no executive po ...

                                               

Quarter Courts of Iceland

The Quarter Courts, Fjordungsdomar) were lower courts established in Iceland approximately in the year 965 during the period of the Icelandic Commonwealth. They were institutions of Althing, the nations legislative and judicial authority. There w ...

                                               

Daman, India

Daman is the capital city of the Indian union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. It is a municipal council situated in Daman district of the union territory. Daman is divided by the Daman Ganga River into two parts - Nani-dama ...

                                               

Kavaratti

Kavaratti is the capital of the Union Territory of Lakshadweep in India. Kavaratti is a census town as well as the name of the atoll upon which the town stands. It is well known for its pristine white sand beaches and calm lagoons, which makes it ...

                                               

Leh

Leh is the joint capital and largest town of the union territory of Ladakh in India. Leh, located in the Leh district, was also the historical capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh, the seat of which was in the Leh Palace, the former mansion ...

                                               

Silvassa

Silvassa is a city and municipality in western India. It is the headquarters of the Dadra and Nagar Haveli district of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu, India. The city has many factories and industries providing si ...

                                               

Roman Catholic Diocese of Agartala

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Agartala is a diocese located in the city of Agartala in the Ecclesiastical province of Shillong in India.

                                               

Agartala Municipal Corporation

The Agartala Municipal Corporation or AMC is the municipal body which governs and maintains the city of Agartala, the capital of the Indian state of Tripura and is the Third-largest develop city in North-east India. Formed in the year 1871 the ol ...

                                               

Dhaleshwar

Dhaleshwar is a locality in Agartala, Tripura close to Banamalipur, Indra Nagar, Kalyani and Math Chowhamani. It comes under East Police Station and Dhaleswar Post Office. Dhaleswars Pin Code is 799007.

                                               

Aizawl Monorail

Aizawl Monorail is the proposed monorail for the town of Aizawl, capital of the state of Mizoram in North-East India. The decision for the monorail is being taken because of increase in number of vehicles in town, which causes traffic problems.

                                               

Civil Hospital, Aizawl

Civil Hospital, Aizawl is a state-owned hospital in Aizawl, Mizoram, India. Founded as a Coolie Dispensary in Colonial India in 1896, it grew up to the form of a hospital in 1906.