Mount Dora

Mount Dora may refer to one of the following geographical locations:

  • Mount Dora, Florida, a city in the United States
  • Dorasan or Mount Dora, a hill in South Korea

Other articles related to "mount dora, dora":

Florida State Road 44 - Related Roads - Lake County Road 44C
... County Road 44C Location Mount Dora Lake County Road 44C, is Eudora Road, a short north/south county route also in the Mount Dora area ... the eastern terminus of Lake County Road 19A to US 441-SR 44 almost crossing the Mount Dora-Eustis border ...
Pat Frank - Works
... post-apocalyptic novel Alas, Babylon, while living in Tangerine, Florida, on Lake Beauclaire near Mount Dora ... was in fact a location situated just between the southern edge of Mount Dora to its north and Tangerine to its south ... According to Owens, greater Mount Dora was intended by Frank to be the model for his semi-fictional Fort Repose ...
Inland Lakes Railway - Trains - Mount Dora Meteor
... The Mount Dora Meteor was day time excursion train that departed from the railway’s Mount Dora depot ... passengers embarked on a 1.5 hour, ten mile round trip excursion between the towns of Mount Dora and Tavares ... Sights included Lake Dora, Lake Gertrude, The Golden Triangle, and several orange groves ...
Mount Dora Center For The Arts
... The Mount Dora Center for the Arts is located at 138 East Fifth Avenue, Mount Dora, Florida ... and regional artists, conducts various arts education programs, and hosts the Mount Dora Arts Festival ...

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