Ancient Town

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Kuldīga - Ancient Town
... The origin of the ancient town Kuldiga (Kuldīga – in Latvian) can be explained by its location on the crossroads the waterways of River Venta and land routes joining the Prussian lands with the lower ... The ancient Kuldiga town of Couronians – a fortified castle mound and a settlement were located 3,5 km to the North down the River Venta on its left ... River Venta on the foreland between the deep gully of the River Veckuldīga and the ancient valley of the Venta ...
Macabebe, Pampanga - History
... Macabebe, an ancient town in the province of Pampanga is intimately linked to the Pampanga River (Rio Grande de la Pampanga) ... The ancient town of Macabebe owes its importance to its location along the Rio Grande de la Pampanga (Pampanga River) ... banks' describes the historical heritage of the ancient town ...
Luzhi, Suzhou
... Luzhi Town (甪直镇) is a famous historic old town located in the Wuzhong District, 18 km east of Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China ... It was also known as Puli (甫里), an ancient name for this town ... This river town was named after a Tang Dynasty recluse poet Lu Guimong (陆龟蒙) who retired in this town ...
Pattani Province - Tourism - Sights
... local utensils, local arts and displays, ancient utensil materials in pre-historic and the beginning of community periods, history of the ancient town of Yarang, pottery, local beliefs and ... carrying Chao Mae’s sculpture along several roads in town, walking on fire in front of the shrine, and swimming across the river near Dechanuchit Bridge ... Yarang Ancient Town (เมืองโบราณยะรัง) The city was one of the oldest communities in the history of the southern part of Thailand ...
Skoutari, Laconia - History - Ancient Town
... period of Greece, there was thought to be a town called Vorthona which is now submerged ... In Ancient Greece, the town used to be called Asine ... The town was under Spartan control ...

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