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Places

  • EN, FIPS 10-4 code for Estonia
  • EN, obsolete NATO country code for Estonia (now EST)
  • EN postcode area, an area of London

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Places Along The Yorkshire Wolds Way
... The route of the Yorkshire Wolds Way passes close to or through the following places Hessle North Ferriby Melton Welton Brantingham South Cave North Newbald Goodmanham Market Weighton Londesborough Nunburnholme Pocklington Millington Huggate Fridaythorpe Thixendale Wharram Percy Wharram le Street Wintringham Sherburn Potter Brompton Ganton Muston Filey Places in italics are slightly off the main route. ...
Whittier, California - Historical Landmarks and Entertainment Locations - Places
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... a full list of tourist attractions and places of interest see Places of interest in Buckinghamshire ...
UEFA Europa League - Format - Background
... Three nations had four places, five nations had three places, thirteen nations had two places, and eleven nations only one place ...
Woodbridge, Connecticut - Notable Locations - On The National Register of Historic Places
... Darling House Museum - added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 Woodbridge Green Historic District - added to the National Register ...

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