San Carlos

San Carlos means Saint Charles in the Spanish language. It may refer to:

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San Carlos, Paraguay - Tourist Attractions
... San Carlos is considered historic and touristic, because the ruins of Fort San Carlos del Apa are located there, scenario of numerous battles ... Another attraction of San Carlos is its exuberant nature ... The Fortress of San Carlos is a historical heritage of both Paraguay, and Brazil ...
Juan Carrasco (explorer) - 1791 Voyage Under Eliza
... Two ships were used, the San Carlos, under Eliza, and the smaller schooner Santa Saturnina ... After exploring Clayoquot Sound for about two weeks, the San Carlos sailed into the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Esquimalt ... June 14 and rapidly passed between Vancouver Island and San Juan Island ...
Priest-formators of San Carlos Seminary
... Carlo Magno Marcelo Director, Theology Department Music Director Fr ... Director Priest-Adviser, Seminaryo-Tahanan ng San Carlos (SETA) Fr ... Joel Jason, MA, STL Academic Dean, San Carlos Graduate School of Theology Director, Archbishop Gabriel M ...
San Carlos High School
... San Carlos High School was a high school that the Sequoia Union High School District operated in San Carlos, California, United States, 1960–1982 ...
Academy Of San Carlos
... The Academy of San Carlos (Spanish Academia de San Carlos) is located at 22 Academia Street in just northeast of the main plaza of Mexico City ...

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