Palos may refer to:

  • Palos de la Frontera, a municipality in Spain
  • Cape Palos, cape on the Mediterranean coast of Spain
  • Palos Township, Cook County, Illinois
  • Palos Heights, Illinois
  • Paloş (Hungarian: Pálos), a village in Caţa Commune, Braşov County, Romania
  • Battle off Cape Palos, battle of the Second Barbary War
  • Battle of Cape Palos, battle of the Spanish Civil War
  • Two drums, the palos major and palos menor, used in the music of the Dominican Republic
  • Flamenco musical forms, see Palo (flamenco)
  • Palos (TV series), a 2008 Philippine TV series
  • Enrique Palos, Mexican football goalkeeper

Other articles related to "palos, palo":

Palos Verdes Intermediate School - Attendance Areas
... The PVPUSD serves the cities of Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Rolling Hills Estates ... Parts of the city of Rancho Palos Verdes, known as Eastview, are served both by the PVPUSD, and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) ... Two LAUSD-owned schools fall within the city of Rancho Palos Verdes Dodson Middle School and Crestwood Elementary School ...
Palos Verdes Hills - Features
... The hills are the location of affluent suburban communities and cities together known as Palos Verdes, and include Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, gated Rolling Hills, and ... diverse Los Angeles County South Coast Botanic Garden is located in the central Palos Verdes Hills ...
Steamboats On The Yangtze River - Increased US Presence
... During the course of service the second USS Palos protected American interests in China down the entire length of the Yangtze, at times convoying U.S ... of great unrest in central China in the 1920s, Palos was especially busy patrolling the upper Yangtze against bands of warlord soldiers and outlaws ... In the second half of 1934 Settle arrived in China, tasked with sailing USS Palos (PG-16) 1,300 miles (2,100 km) up the Yangtze River from Wusong to ...
Soleá - History
... The origins of this "palo", as with most "palos", is unknown, though has been subject to much speculation ... In spite of being one of the most prestigious "palos", the soleá is considered to be relatively new compared to Tonás and Seguiriyas ... to which the soleá would be the origin of the rest of flamenco "palos" and was from the beginning a serious and solemn style ...
Cantes A Palo Seco
... The Spanish term Cantes a palo seco refers to a category of flamenco palos (musical forms) traditionally sung a cappella or, in some cases, with some ... The category comprises the following palos Tonás Martinetes Debla Carceleras Saetas Trilla or Trilleras ... In fact, almost any palo can be sung unaccompanied, especially in private juergas (parties), where there is often no guitarist available ...