Golden Valley is the name of several places.
In the UK
- Golden Valley, Herefordshire
- Golden Valley, Stroud
- Golden Valley, an area around Hatherley Brook, west of Cheltenham
In the USA
- Golden Valley, Arizona
- Golden Valley, Minnesota
- Golden Valley, North Dakota
- Golden Valley County, Montana
- Golden Valley County, North Dakota
- Golden Valley Township, Minnesota
- Golden Valley, Zimbabwe
Other articles related to "golden valley, golden":
... Paul (1), Rochester (10), Golden Valley (4), St. 1991 ... Minneapolis 71 The Colonnade 225 / 1988 ... Golden Valley 72 Siebens Building 220 / 1989 ... Rochester 73 Minnesota Center 214 / 16. 1987 ... Mills Headquarters, Bell Building 140 / 1958 ... Golden Valley 102 Allianz Life, East Building 140 / 2001 ... Golden Valley 103 Sheraton Duluth ...
... Newport 51.54° N 02.92° W ST3683 Gold Cliff City of Newport 51.52° N 02.90° W ST3781 Golden Balls Oxfordshire 51.66° N 01.20° W SU5597 Golden Cross East Sussex 50.86° N 00.31 ...
... Golden Valley High School is the name of many schools named after agriculturally productive Golden Valley Schools with the full name Golden Valley High School (Bakersfield ...
... One example was the Jingu Yuan, or Garden of the Golden Valley, built by Shi Chong, (249-300 AD), an aristocrat and former court official, who in 296 completed a garden ten kilometers northeast of Luoyang ... his garden, and wrote about the event himself I have a country house at the torrent of the Golden Valley...where there is a spring of pure water, a ... in a famous collection of poems, Jingu Shi, or Poems of the Golden Valley, and launched a long tradition of writing poetry in and about gardens ...
... Golden Valley is a small Derbyshire hamlet in between the larger villages of Codnor, and Riddings, and also near Ironville and Codnor Park to the east ... Pinxton arm of the canal also starts at Golden Valley ...
Famous quotes containing the words valley and/or golden:
“I see before me now a traveling army halting,
Below a fertile valley spread, with barns and the orchards of summer,
Behind, the terraced sides of a mountain, abrupt, in places rising high,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“My mother dandled me and sang,
How young it is, how young!
And made a golden cradle
That on a willow swung.
He went away, my mother sang,
When I was brought to bed....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)