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Sokolac

Sokolac is a municipality of the city of Istocno Sarajevo located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As of 2013, it has a population of 12.021 inhabitants.

                                               

Donji Potocari

Donji Potocari is a village located in the municipality of Srebrenica, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. As of 2013 census, the village has a population of 705 inhabitants.

                                               

Skelani

Altitude: 242 m According to the census of 1991 the population of the town was 1123 - 950 Muslims 84.59%, 160 Serbs 14.25%, 7 Yugoslavs 0.62% and 6 unknown / other 0.53% The population of the commune was 4283 - 2847 Muslims 66.47%, 1311 Serbs 30. ...

                                               

Teslic

Teslic is a town and municipality located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is situated in the central part of the Republika Srpska, on the banks of Usora River. As of 2013, the town has a population of 7.518 inhabitant ...

                                               

Čecava

Čecava makes its first appearance in 1323 in records and documents of a decree by prince Stjepan and his brother Vladislav Kotromanich, in which supervisor Grgur Stipanovic is rewarded for his obedience with the annexation of five villages, in th ...

                                               

Jezera, Zenica

Jezera is a village in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Before the collapse and dissolution of Yugoslavia and the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992-1995, Jezera was administratively under the jurisdiction of Teslic, a municipality in central-nor ...

                                               

Solila, Borja

Solila is a relatively small forest-free area on top of The Borja mountain near Teslic, in Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its height is about 870 meters. It is located on the old road regional road Teslic-Banja Luka. During the Secon ...

                                               

Zarkovina

Zarkovina is a village near Teslic, in Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located about 4 km North from Teslic, on the left Bank of the river Usora. According to the 1991 census the population including Vrela, part Zarkovina was 48 ...

                                               

Zabrde (Ugljevik)

At the 1991 census, the total population was 1.725. There were 1.706 Serbs 98.89%, 7 "Yugoslavs" 0.40%, 2 Croats 0.11%, and 10 0.57% who were either of other or unknown origin.

                                               

Divic

Divic is a village by the city of Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located on the Drina River, by an artificial lake created to form a reservoir for the HPP Zvornik hydro-electric power plant. The Drina River and the lake are a natural and ...

                                               

Karakaj

Karakaj is a town located 2 km north from the city Zvornik in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the Drina River, it has also the border checkpoint with Serbia.

                                               

Liplje, Zvornik

Liplje is a mountain village located in the municipality of Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina, neighboring Snagovo. Within Liplje there are 14 settlements: Bajrici, Becirovici, Čamlija, Hadzici, Husici, Jasici, Josanica, Kadrici, Korin Brijeg, Lipl ...

                                               

Snagovo

Snagovo is a mountain village in the municipality of Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is divided into Gornje Snagovo and Donje Snagovo.

                                               

Estadio Olimpico do Para

The Estadio Olimpico do Para, also known as Mangueirão and Estadio Estadual Jornalista Edgar Augusto Proença is a football stadium inaugurated on March 4, 1978 in Belem, Para, with a maximum capacity of 45.007 spectators. The stadium belongs to t ...

                                               

Campo Grande

Campo Grande is the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul in the Center-West region of the country. The city is nicknamed Cidade Morena because of the reddish-brown colour of the regions soil. It has a population o ...

                                               

Fortaleza Airport

Fortaleza International Airport is the international airport serving Fortaleza, Brazil, operated by Fraport, located 11 km south of downtown Fortaleza. It was named after Euclides Pinto Martins a Ceara-born aviator, who in 1922 was one of the pio ...

                                               

St. Josephs Cathedral, Macapa

The St. Josephs Cathedral Also Macapa Cathedral is a religious building belonging to the Catholic Church and serves as the cathedral of Macapa City north of the South American country of Brazil. It is the Cathedral of the diocese of macapá Macape ...

                                               

Maceio

Maceio is the capital and the largest city of the coastal state of Alagoas, Brazil. The name "Maceio" is an Indigenous term for a spring. Most maceios flow to the sea, but some get trapped and form lakes. There are many maceios and lakes in this ...

                                               

Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport

Maceio/Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport, formerly called Campo dos Palmares Airport, is the airport serving Maceio, Brazil. Since 16 December 1999 the airport is named after Zumbi dos Palmares one of the pioneers of resistance to slavery ...

                                               

Government of Porto Alegre

The government of Porto Alegre, bound to the Porto Alegre City Charter, is a mayor-council form of government, which is mandated by the Brazilian Constitution of 1988. The government of Porto Alegre is responsible for primary education, healthcar ...

                                               

Brumado

Brumado is a Brazilian municipality in the interior of Bahia, in the Northeast region of the country, precisely in the mesoregion of the Center-South of the State, in the homonymous microregion, 555 kilometers from the state capital, Salvador. It ...

                                               

St. Ann Cathedral, Feira de Santana

The St. Ann Cathedral Also Feira de Santana Cathedral Is the name that receives a religious building that belongs to the Catholic Church and is in the city of Feira de Santana in the municipality and metropolitan region of the same name, part of ...

                                               

Feira de Santana

Feira de Santana is a city in Bahia, Brazil. It is the second-most populous city in the state, with a population of 609.913 according to IBGEs estimate in 2018. It is located 100 km northwest of Salvador, Bahias capital city. These cities are con ...

                                               

Cariri Metro

Cariri Metro is a 13.9-kilometer, nine station diesel commuter rail line in the Cariri region of southern Ceara state, Brazil. It is operated by Companhia Cearense de Transportes Metropolitanos, which also operates the Fortaleza Metro. It is expe ...

                                               

Juazeiro do Norte Airport

Orlando Bezerra de Menezes Airport also known as Juazeiro do Norte Airport, is the airport serving Juazeiro do Norte, Brazil. It is named after a local politician and entrepreneur. It is operated by AENA.

                                               

Lucas do Rio Verde Airport

Bom Futuro Municipal Airport is the airport serving Lucas do Rio Verde, Brazil. It is controlled by the municipality of Lucas do Rio Verde.

                                               

Estadio Louis Ensch

Estadio Louis Ensch is the football stadium of the Brazilian football club Social Futebol Clube. It is in the city of Coronel Fabriciano, Minas Gerais. In 2014, it can attend 2.290 people, but has a capacity for 6.000 people.

                                               

Apucarana

Apucarana is a municipality in the state of Parana in Brazil. The municipality covers 548 square kilometres at an elevation of 840 metres above mean sea level. Its 2008 population was estimated as 120.133.

                                               

Apucarana Airport

Capitão João Busse Airport is the airport serving Apucarana, Brazil. It is named after Captain João Alexandre Busse, the first aviator born in the state of Parana. It is controlled by the municipality of Apucarana under the leadership of Aeroport ...

                                               

Avelino Vieira Airport

Avelino Vieira Airport is the airport serving Arapoti, Brazil. It is operated by the municipality of arapoti under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Campo Mourão

Campo Mourão is a municipality in the Brazilian state of Parana. Its population in 2019 was 99.125. The people from Campo Mourão are called Mourãoenses.

                                               

Estadio Olimpico Regional Arnaldo Busatto

Estadio Olimpico Regional Arnaldo Busatto, sometimes nicknamed Ninho das Cobras is a multi-use stadium in Cascavel, Brazil. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home games of Cascavel Clube Recreativo and Futebol Clube C ...

                                               

Cianorte

Cianorte is a city in northwest Parana, Brazil, with an estimated population of 76.456, according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics in 2013.

                                               

Gastão Mesquita Airport

Gastão Mesquita Airport is the airport serving Cianorte, Brazil. It is controlled by the municipality of Cianorte, under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Cornelio Procopio Airport

Francisco Lacerda Junior Airport is the airport serving Cornelio Procopio, Brazil. It is managed by a municipality, Cornelio Procopio, under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Foz do Iguaçu International Airport

Foz do Iguaçu/Cataratas International Airport, is the airport serving Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil. It is named after the Iguazu Falls and provides air-connections to the falls located in Iguaçu National Park. Its controlled by the "Infraero".

                                               

Francisco Beltrão

Francisco Beltrão, established on December 14, 1952, is the largest town in the southwest region of Parana state in Brazil. In 2010, the population was 80.727, of which 85% lived in the city proper and 15% on the surrounding land. Francisco Beltr ...

                                               

Francisco Beltrão Airport

Paulo Abdala Airport is the airport serving Francisco Beltrão, Brazil. It is controlled by the municipality of Francisco beltrão under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Guarapuava Airport

Tancredo Thomas de Faria Airport is the airport serving Guarapuava, Brazil. It is operated by the municipality of Guarapuava under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Our Lady of Bethlehem Cathedral, Guarapuava

The Our Lady of Bethlehem Cathedral Also Guarapuava Cathedral It is the name that receives a religious building that belongs to the catholic church and constitutes a historical temple located in Guarapuava, in the state of Parana part of the Sout ...

                                               

Londrina

Londrina is a city located in the north of the state of Parana, South Region, Brazil, and is 369 km away from the state capital, Curitiba. It is the second largest city in the state and fourth largest in the southern region of the country, with 5 ...

                                               

Estadio do Cafe

The Estadio Jacy Scaff, usually known as Estadio do Cafe, is a football stadium inaugurated on August 22, 1976, in Londrina, Parana, with a maximum capacity of approximately 36.000 people. The stadium is owned by the City Hall of Londrina, and is ...

                                               

Paranagua Airport

Santos Dumont Airport is the airport serving Paranagua, Brazil. Like the airport in Rio de Janeiro, it is named after the Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont. It is run by the municipality of paranaguá, under the leadership of Aeropo ...

                                               

Paranavai Airport

Edu Chaves Airport is the airport serving Paranavai, Brazil. It is controlled by the municipality of Paranavai, under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Pato Branco Airport

Juvenal Loureiro Cardoso Airport is the airport serving Pato Branco, Brazil. It is controlled by the municipality of Pato Branco, under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Ponta Grossa Airport

Comte. Antonio Amilton Beraldo Airport, formerly called SantAna Airport, is the airport serving Ponta Grossa, Brazil. It is operated by the municipality of Ponta Grossa under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Telêmaco Borba

Telêmaco Borba is a municipality in the state of Parana in the Southern Region of Brazil. Between Telemaco Borba is known as the "capital paper" capital do papel and "capital forest" capital da Madeira in connection with the importance of paper a ...

                                               

Telêmaco Borba Airport

Telêmaco Borba Airport - Monte Alegre Airport is the airport serving Telêmaco Borba, Brazil. Its controlled by Industrias boar / In under the control of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.

                                               

Toledo, Parana

Toledo is a municipality Brazil state of Parana. It is located in the region west near Cascavel, making this city a developing area on the Agribusiness, driven by its fertile soil and flat, which makes focusing cooperatives and other company s in ...

                                               

Toledo Airport (Brazil)

Luiz dal Canalle Filho Airport is the airport serving Toledo, Brazil. It is run by the municipality of Toledo under the leadership of Aeroportos do paraná SEIL.