State Historic Sites

Some articles on state historic sites, state, historic sites, state historic site, historic:

Nablus - Economy - Historic
... The Ottoman government ensured adequate safety and funding for the annual pilgrimage caravan (qafilat al-hajj) from Damascus to the Islamic holy cities of Mecca and Medina ... This policy benefited Nablus economically ...
List Of Kentucky State Parks - State Historic Sites
... Kentucky's recreational parks and two of its resort parks are simultaneously designated as state historic sites ... An additional eleven state historic sites are also maintained by the Kentucky Department of Parks ... Park Location Area Big Bone Lick State Park Boone County Park 512 acres (2.1 km2) Lake 7.5 acres (30,000 m2) Blue Licks Battlefield State Park Robertson County 148 acres (0.6 km2 ...
List Of State Historic Sites In Indiana
... List of state historic sites in Indiana which are a part of the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites ... Angel Mounds State Historic Site Corydon Capitol State Historic Site Culbertson Mansion Gene Stratton-Porter Cabin State Historic Site Historic New Harmony State Historic Site ... Steele State Historic Site Vincennes State Historic Sites Whitewater Canal State Historic Site State of Indiana Indianapolis (capital) Topics Index Geography ...
Fisk University - Campus
... Fisk University Historic District U.S ... National Register of Historic Places U.S ... Historic district Location Roughly bounded by 16th and 18th Aves ...
Historic Scotland
... Historic Scotland (Scottish Gaelic Alba Aosmhor) is an executive agency of the Scottish Government, responsible for historic monuments in Scotland ...

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