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Heidenheim an der Brenz

Heidenheim an der Brenz is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg in southern Germany. It is located on the border with Bavaria, approximately 17 km south of Aalen and 33 km north of Ulm. Heidenheim is the largest town and the seat of the district of Heiden ...

Heinola

Heinola is a town in Finland. About 19.997 people lived there as of 31 May 2013. Nearby municipalities include Asikkala, Hartola, Iitti, Kouvola, Mantyharju, Nastola, Pertunmaa and Sysma. The newspaper Ita-Hame is published in Heinola and neighbo ...

Helsinki

Helsinki is the capital city of Finland. Helsinki is the largest city in Finland. 604.380 people live in Helsinki, and 1.360.000 live in the Helsinki metropolitan area. Helsinki is in the south of Finland, on the coast of the Gulf of Finland. Cit ...

Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead is a town in England. It is 25 miles north-west of London. The town is off the M1 motorway, 20 minutes drive from Luton Airport and 40 minutes from London itself.

Hepburn Regional Park

The Hepburn Regional Park is a large bush and forest park which surrounds the towns of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs, in the Central Highlands area of Victoria, Australia. The Hepburn Regional Park was set up in 1977. It covers an area of 1.800 ...

Heraclion

Heraclion is the biggest city of Crete. 132.000 lived there in 2001 census. Heraclion is in the north of Crete. It is near Knossos, the ancient capital of Crete and the center of Minoan civilization. Heraclion has a big harbor which it connects H ...

Herculaneum

Herculaneum was an ancient Roman town. It was completely destroyed when the volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted on 24 August, 79 AD. Herculaneum was covered by volcanic mud during the eruption, which quickly hardened to a semi-rock material. Herculane ...

Hereford

Hereford Welsh: Henffordd is a city and civil parish in the West Midlands of England, close to the border with Wales and on the River Wye. It is the county town of Herefordshire. The name Hereford comes from the Anglo Saxon here, meaning an army ...

Hermannsburg, Northern Territory

Hermannsburg is an Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is about 131 km southwest of Alice Springs. It is known in the local Arrernte language as Ntaria. In the 2006 census, Hermannsburg had a population of 559. It was ...

Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire is a county in England. It is one of the so-called Home Counties, those counties that border or surround Greater London. The county is also surrounded by Essex, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire. The county town is He ...

Heybeliada

Heybeliada is an island in Sea of Marmara in Turkey. It is officially a part of Adalar district of Istanbul. Heybeliada has an old Orthodox Christian Theology School, started in 1844. However this school was closed because of Turkish laws on secu ...

Hıdırlık Tower

Hıdırlık Tower is a landmark tower of tawny stone in Antalya, Turkey, where Kaleiçi meets Karaalioglu Park. The tower is at the south side of the place, where the land walls of the city join the sea walls. The 14m high tower consists a circular t ...

Hindu Kush

The Hindu Kush is a range of mountains. It starts near Pamir in the north of Gilgit extending in the southwest deep into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, Tirich Mir is here. On the west of this range is the Wakhan corridor of Afghanis ...

Hirvensalmi

Hirvensalmi is a municipality in Southern Savonia, Finland. As of January 2014, almost 2.350 people lived there. Neighbouring municipalities are Joutsa, Kangasniemi, Mikkeli, Mantyharju and Pertunmaa. The municipality was established in 1656.

Hispar Glacier

Hispar Glacier is a 49 km long glacier in the Karakoram Mountains of the which meets the 63 km long Biafo Glacier at the Hispar La Pass at an altitude of 5.128 m to create the worlds longest glacial system outside of the polar regions. This 100 k ...

Hobart

Hobart is a city in Australia. It is the capital city of the state of Tasmania, and it has about 200.000 people. It is on the western shore of the Derwent River, although some of its suburbs are on the eastern shore. Just west of Hobart is Mount ...

Hohenstein-Ernstthal

Hohenstein-Ernstthal is a town in the Zwickau rural district, Free State of Saxony, Germany. The towns of Hohenstein and Ernstthal were united in 1898. The town is either known by its hyphenated form, or simply called Hohenstein. The town got big ...

Holguin Province

Holguin is one of the provinces of Cuba, the second most populous after Ciudad de la Habana. It lies in the southeast of the country. Its major cities include Holguin, Banes, Antilla, Mayari, and Moa. The province has a population of slightly ove ...

Holland

Holland is the name of a region in the western part of the Netherlands. Holland was a county of the Holy Roman Empire and later the leading province of the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands. Today, there is no country called "Holland". The ...

Homs

Homs is the third largest city in Syria. It used to be called Emesa. It is the capital of both the Homs District, and the Homs Governorate. It has 652.609 people. It is on the Orontes River. Homs is home to the Al-Baath University. The university ...

Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Island is an island in the southern part of Hong Kong SAR. Most of the city of Hong Kong was built on the island. Hong Kong Island is 80.40 km 2 in size. In 2008, 1.289.500 people lived on Hong Kong Island 16.390 people per square kilom ...

Honiara

Honiara is the capital city of the Solomon Islands and of Guadalcanal Province. It has a population 84.520. The town is on the island of Guadalcanal. It was built to replace the former capital of Tulagi at the end of World War II. Honiara became ...

Mount Hope (Antarctica)

Mount Hope is a mountain in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton named it in 1908, when he was on an expedition to reach the geographic south pole. The expedition was named Nimrod Expedition. Mount Hope has a height of 835m. Shackleton climbed the mount ...

Horn of Africa

The Horn of Africa is a peninsula in East Africa that protrudes into the Somali Sea and Guardafui Channel, and lies along the southern side of the Gulf of Aden.

Hornbach chain

The Hornbach chain is a string of mountains, about 15 kilometres long. They are part of the Allgau Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The Hornbach chain leaves the main ridge of the Allgau Alps at the Ofnerspitze. It arcs from the north to the ...

Horsforth

Horsforth is a town and civil parish within the City of Leeds, in West Yorkshire, England, lying about five miles north-west of Leeds city centre. Historically within the West Riding of Yorkshire, it has a population of 18.895 according to the 20 ...

-hou

-hou is a suffix found in many Channel Islands and Norman names. It is the Norman language version of the Old Norse holmr, meaning a small island, and often found anglicised elsewhere as "holm". It can still be found in modern Scandinavian langua ...

Houghton Estate

Houghton Estate is a rich suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located north-east of the city center. Houghton Estate has been informally divided into two areas: Upper Houghton, and Lower Houghton. The most famous resident of Houghton Esta ...

Hsinchu

Hsinchu City is a provincial city of Taiwan Province of the Republic of China. Hsinchu is popularly nicknamed "The Windy City" for its windy climate. The city is surrounded by Hsinchu County to the north and east, Miaoli County to the south, and ...

Huascaran

Huascaran is the highest mountain in Peru, and the fourth-highest mountain in South America. The top of it is 22.205 feet high. The mountain is located in the Ancash Region of Peru. Huascaran has turned into a tourist attraction for mountain clim ...

Huaso

A huaso is a Chilean countryman and skilled horseman, very similar to the gauchos, cowboys, vaqueros and charros. Huasos are found in central and southern Chile. Huasos are an important part of the culture of Chile, and are a vital part of parade ...

Huế

Huế is a city and a district in Central Vietnam. About 200.000 people live in the city of Huế. From 1802 to 1945 Huế was the capital city of Vietnam under the Nguyen Dynasty. Today people can visit the Imperial City, where the Nguyen emperors liv ...

Huehuetenango Department

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Huesca

Huesca is a city in north-eastern Spain, within the autonomous community of Aragon. It is also the capital of the Spanish province of the same name and of the comarca of Hoya de Huesca.

Hula

Hula is a type of dancing from Hawaii. Hula is a word in the Hawaiian language. Male dancers and female dancers can both dance hula. A long time ago, hula dance was used only in special ceremonies. Now, hula dance is mainly for entertainment. A h ...

Hungen

Hungen is a town in the district of GieSen, in the state of Hesse, Germany. It is 20 km southeast of GieSen. It is 18 km northeast of Friedberg. Other towns near Hungen are Laubach Nidda, Wolfersheim and Munzenberg. The first documented mention o ...

Hunsruck

The Hunsruck is a low mountain range in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is bounded by the river valleys of the Moselle north, the Nahe south, and the Rhine east. The Hunsruck is continued by the Taunus mountains on the eastern side of the Rhine ...

Hunter River (Western Australia)

The Hunter River is in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river rise below Donkins Hill. The river flows in a south-westerly direction. It empties into Prince Frederick Harbour. Then the river flows to the York Sound ...

Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley, is an area of New South Wales. The Hunter River flows through the valley. The Hunter Valley is one of the largest river valleys on the NSW coast. It is known for its wineries and coal mines. It is about 120 km to 310 km and les ...

Hwayang-dong

Hwayang-dong is a dong in west Gwangjin-gu in Seoul, South Korea. It was joined into Gwangjin-gu on 13 August 1949. It is a mixed home and small business area. Mojin-dong is administered by Hwayang-dong. It has Konkuk University.

Hyderabad State

Hyderābād and Berar under the Nizams, was the largest Princely state in the erstwhile Indian Empire. The Berar region of present-day Vidarbha in Maharashtra was merged with the Central Provinces in 1903, to form Central Provinces and Berar. Hyder ...

Ibadan

Ibadan is the capital of Oyo State, Nigeria. There are over 3 million people living in Ibadan which makes it the most populous city in Oyo state. It is the third most populous city in Nigeria, after Lagos and Kano. It is the largest city in the c ...

Iberian Peninsula

The Iberian Peninsula, or Iberia, is the southwest part of Europe. Like all peninsulas, it is mostly surrounded by sea. To the south and east of the peninsula is the Mediterranean Sea. To its north and west is the Atlantic Ocean. It is the third ...

Iisalmi

Iisalmi is a town in southeast Finland. There were 22.153 people living there on 31 August 2012. It is next to the municipalities of Kiuruvesi, Lapinlahti, Maaninka, Pielavesi, Sonkajarvi and Vierema.

IJsselmuiden

IJsselmuiden is a village in the municipality of Kampen, the Netherlands. It is the biggest settlement in this municipality after Kampen itself. It is situated in the so-called Kop van Overijssel "Head of Overijssel", a region in the northwest of ...

Ilocos

Ilocos Region is a region in the Philippines. Its regional center is San Fernando, La Union. The region has four provinces: Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union and Pangasinan. Inhabitants are called Ilocanos and they speak the Ilocano language. Th ...

Iltur, South Australia

Iltur is the name of a remote Pitjantjatjara homeland in the Great Victoria Desert of South Australia. It is also known as Ilturnga or Coffin Hill after the rocky outcrop where it is located. It is located at the southern end of the Birksgate Ran ...

Imanpa, Northern Territory

Imaṉpa is a town in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is 7 km north of the Lasseter Highway, the main road between the Stuart Highway and Uluṟu. Imanpa lies 160 km east of Uluru and 200 km south west of Alice Springs. There were 149 people ...

Imbabura Province

Imbabura is a province located in the Andes of northern Ecuador. The capital is Ibarra. The people of the province speak Spanish and the Imbaburan Quechua language. The summit of Cotacachi Volcano at an elevation of 4.944 metres 16.220 ft is 15 k ...

Imber

Imber is a village in Wiltshire, England, which has no people. It is on Salisbury Plain, a flat area in Southern England. The people of Imber were moved out in 1943, and rehoused elsewhere. The whole area was needed as a training ground for the m ...

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