San Pedro

San Pedro is the Spanish language form of Saint Peter. It can refer to:

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San Pedro, San Pablo City - Barangay Data
... Official Name Barangay San Pedro Old Name Liptong Population 2,402 Code 043424062 School District Sto ... Peter the Apostle Fiesta June 29 Barangays of San Pablo City I-A • I-B • II-A • II-B • II-C • II-D • II-E • II-F • III-A • III-B • III-C • III-D ...
San Andrés Cholula, Puebla - History
... The first human settlements of Cholula are within the confines of the San Andrés municipality and date somewhere between 500 and 200 BCE, during the middle Preclassic period ... This is the origin of the San Andrés municipality ... actually divided into three sub entities, roughly corresponding to the municipalities of San Pedro Cholula, San Andrés Cholula and Santa Isabel Cholula ...
List Of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments In The Harbor Area - Historic-Cultural Monuments in The Harbor Area
... Grand Ave San Pedro San Pedro's oldest church opened in 1884 moved to Harbor View Memorial Park c. 1960 Municipal Ferry Building (Maritime History Museum) 01975-09-17Sep 17, 1975 Main Channel (San Pedro Harbor) San Pedro Streamline Moderne building opened in 1941 as. 13th St San Pedro Victorian house built in 1881 by the Sepulveda family as a wedding present for their daughter Rudecinda and her husband, James Dodson originally located at the ...
San Pedro De Tiquina Municipality
... San Pedro de Tiquina Municipality is the second municipal section of the Manco Kapac Province in the La Paz Department in Bolivia ... Its seat is San Pedro de Tiquina ...
STI San Pedro
... STI - San Pedro is a computer school located in San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines ... It is recognized by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority ...

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