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Sudbury River, a stream near Boston, Massachusetts Sudbury, Vermont Sudbury, Massachusetts


San Marino (disambiguation)

San Marino is a European country completely surrounded by Italy. San Marino may also refer to: Saint Marinus, the founder of the state San Marino Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, the circuit that hosts the San Marino Grand Prix San Marino City, the capital city of the Republic of San Marino San Marino Calcio, a former football club in the state San Marino San Marino, California, a city in Los Angeles County, United States San Marino river, a river in the Italian peninsula



Venezuela Barinas Municipality, a municipio in the state of Barinas Barinas state, one of the 23 states which make up the country Barinas Province, a former province, in existence from 1786 to 1864 Barinas, Barinas, a city in the state of Barinas


Washington (disambiguation)

Washington can have different meanings: George Washington 1732-1799 was the first president of the United States and gives his name to Washington, one of the 50 states of the United States. Washington, D.C., capital of the United States, also known as the District of Columbia



Rockefeller might mean: Rockefeller family, a prominent American family in business and politics Nelson Rockefeller 1908-1979, former Vice-President of the United States Jay Rockefeller born 1937, Senator from West Virginia John D. Rockefeller 1839-1937, head of the Standard Oil Company and one of the richest people in the history of the world It may also refer to: Rockefeller Center, a group of office buildings in New York City


Cleveland (disambiguation)

Cleveland, Florida Cleveland, Alabama Cleveland, Texas Cleveland, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Cleveland, Jackson County, Wisconsin Cleveland, North Carolina Cleveland, Oklahoma Cleveland, Chippewa County, Wisconsin Cleveland, Washington Cleveland, New York Cleveland, Minnesota, a small city in Le Sueur County Cleveland, Missouri Cleveland, Georgia Cleveland, Taylor County, Wisconsin Cleveland, Utah Cleveland, Mississippi Cleveland, Wisconsin Cleveland, Tennessee Cleveland, North Dakota Cleveland, Virginia Cleveland, Illinois Cleveland, Ohio, the best known and largest city named Cleveland ...



Stagecoach, An early form of long distance public transport Coach vehicle, a type of passenger-carrying road vehicle. Economy class in travel can be referred to as "coach" Coach carriage, a horse-drawn carriage Coach rail a type of passenger car used in rail transport.


ⓘ Former city-states

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  • the reunited city of Berlin and the territory of the former German Democratic Republic joined the Federal Republic as six new states Population and
  • Vatican City ˈvætkən ˈsɪti listen officially Vatican City State, Italian: Stato della Città del Vaticano is an independent sovereign state and
  • Salt Lake City is a city in the United States of America. It is the capital and largest city of the state of Utah. It was founded by the Mormons and is
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