Monthly Archives: November 2012

San Salvador

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San Salvador <<san SAL vuh dawr >> is the capital and largest metropolis of El Salvador. San Salvador lies close to the middle of the nation. The town is about 25 miles (forty kilometers) from the Pacific Ocean.  San Salvador’s chief merchandise embrace chemical …

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Tegucigalpa

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Tegucigalpa <<teh goo see GAHL pah>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Honduras. It’s within the mountainous south-central a part of Honduras. Mountains border Tegucigalpa to the north. A number of rivers and streams move via the town.Tegucigalpa is greater than three,200 ft (975 …

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Kingstown

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Kingstown is the capital and largest metropolis of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an island nation within the Caribbean. Kingstown lies alongside a bay on the southeast coast of St. Vincent Island. Kingstown’s harbor serves the town’s …

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Port-of-Spain

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Port-of-Spain is the capital and buying and selling middle of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago is an island nation off the northeast coast of Venezuela. Port-of-Spain is on the island of Trinidad. It lies close to the foothills of the Northern Vary …

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Saint John’s

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Saint John’s is the capital of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda. It’s also the nation’s largest metropolis and business middle. St. John’s stands on the head of a harbor. It’s on the northwest coast of the island of Antigua. The white …

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San Juan

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San Juan <<HWAHN>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Puerto Rico. Additionally it is the island’s primary seaport. The older a part of San Juan lies on an island off the coast of Puerto Rico. Newer areas lie on the primary island. The 2 areas are …

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Calgary

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Calgary <<KAL guh ree>> is a metropolis in Canada. It’s the largest metropolis within the province of Alberta. Calgary has extra individuals than another metropolis in Canada besides Toronto and Montreal. Every July, the town celebrates a ten-day pageant referred to as the Calgary Exhibition …

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Charlottetown

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Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island, Canada. Prince Edward Island is among the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Charlottetown is on the southern coast of the province. Mi’kmaq <<MIHK mak>> Indians lived within the space earlier than Europeans first arrived within the 1700’s. The British …

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Edmonton

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Edmonton is the capital of the province of Alberta in Canada. It’s Alberta’s second largest metropolis. Solely Calgary has extra individuals. Edmonton covers 264 sq. miles (684 sq. kilometers) in central Alberta.  The Blackfoot and Cree Indians lived within the Edmonton space lengthy …

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Fredericton

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Fredericton is the capital metropolis of New Brunswick, Canada. New Brunswick is likely one of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada.Fredericton is on the St. John River in southwestern New Brunswick.  The British based Fredericton in 1762. They named it after Prince Frederick, …

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