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Pakpattan Tehsil

Pakpattan is the capital of Pakpattan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Pakpattan is also called the city of Baba Farid, in honour of the Sufi saint, Hazrat Baba Farid-ud-din Ganj Shakar whose shrine is located here. It is 190 km from ...

Palma Cathedral

The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral located in Palma, Majorca, Spain. It was built on the site of a pre-existing Arab mosque. It is 121 metres long and 55 metres wide. Its nave is 44 metres tall. The cathedr ...

Pampas

The Pampas are fertile South American lowlands. It is from a Quechua word meaning "plain". It covers more than 750.000 km 2. That include parts of Argentina, most of Uruguay, and the southernmost Brazilian State. The climate is mild. Some of the ...

Pamplona

Pamplona a city in Navarre, Spain. The city is famous worldwide for the San Fermin festival, from July 6 to 14, in which the running of the bulls is one of the main attractions. After the 2011 municipal elections, there are 27 councillors in Pamp ...

Panama

Panama is a country in Central America. Its official name is the Republic of Panama, and it is most famous for the Panama Canal. Countries bordering Panama are Costa Rica in the Northwest and Colombia in the Southeast. Panama is between the Carib ...

Panama Canal Zone

The Panama Canal Zone is a 553-square-mile former unorganized United States territory. It is now the country of Panama. In 1903, the territory was controlled by the United States. As a part of the United States, the zone had several towns and mil ...

Pankow

Pankow is one of the new borough of Berlin. In 2001, the old borough of Pankow was merged with the former boroughs of Prenzlauer Berg and WeiSensee. It has an area of 103.07 km 2 39.8 sq mi and about 347.100 inhabitants. Pankows current mayor is ...

Paphos

Paphos is a city in west Cyprus. It is the capital of Paphos District. In 2018, 63.600 people lived in the urban area. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage site for the ancient Greek and Roman city ruins.

Papunya, Northern Territory

Papunya is a small community in central Australia. It is about 240 km northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The people who live there are Aboriginal people who were forced off their traditional country during the 1930s and 1940s. ...

Paracel Islands

Paracel Islands is the name for a number of uninhabited atolls and reefs in the South China Sea. They are about 330 kilometres from Hainan and about 400 kilometres from Vietnam. Currently they are under the control of the Peoples Republic of Chin ...

Parana River

The Parana River is a river in south Central South America. It goes through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. It is 4.880 kilometres long. It is second in length only to the Amazon River among South American rivers. The name Parana is a shortened f ...

Paranagua

Paranagua is a coastal city in the state of Parana in the south of Brazil. Founded in 1648, it is Paranas oldest city. Its population was 147.934 as of January 2006 and an area of 826.652 km². It is known for its excellent port facilities, being ...

Paris, Ontario

Paris is a town in Ontario, Canada. It is where Grand and Nith Rivers come together. It is 150 kilometres west of Toronto. It has a population of over 10.000 people. These people normally work in the nearby cities such as Kitchener, Brantford and ...

Parking lot

A parking lot is an area where cars and other vehicles are parked and left temporarily. They are usually flat. The surface is usually made of asphalt, concrete, or gravel. Some lots may be bare earth. The paving material in a parking lot can heat ...

Parsa District

Parsa District and has a population of 497.219. According to the locals, Parsa is named after Parsagadhi temple situated in the district.

Pastaza Province

Pastaza is a province in the Oriente of Ecuador located in the eastern jungle. The capital is Puyo, founded on May 12, 1899.

Patiala and East Punjab States Union

The Patiala and East Punjab States Union was a former state of India. It was created out of the merger of several Punjabi princely states on 15 July 1948, formally becoming a state of India in 1950. The capital and principal city was Patiala, and ...

Patnitop

Patnitop or Patni Top, is a hill top tourist location in Udhampur District on the National Highway 1A, on the way from Udhampur to Srinagar. It is located in the Shiwalik belt of the Himalayas, and is in Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmir. The river Chen ...

Pattan Kalan

Pattan Kalan is in the eastern edge of Abbottabad District and is next to Muzaffarabad District of Kashmir. It is also next the following Union Councils of Abbottabad District, Kukmang and Boi to the north, Kuthwal to the west, Beerangali and Nam ...

Patuakhali District

Patuakhali is a district in South-western Bangladesh. It is a part of the Barisal Division. This district is called "SagorKonna", which means daughter of sea. It is watered by the Bay of Bengal.

Pazmand

Archaeological artefacts prove that the village was already been populated the in Iron Age. The name of the village comes from the period when the State was founded; the area was probably awarded as a gift to Knight Pazmany to function as a summe ...

Peloponnese

The Peloponnese is a large peninsula in Greece. It is the part of Greece which is south of the Isthmus of Corinth. The Peloponnese has many mountains and a long jagged coastline. The highest part is Mount Taygetus in the south. There are four sou ...

Penang

Penang is a state in Malaysia. It is on the northwestern part of Malaysia. The capital city of Penang is George Town. by the Strait of Malacca. A resident of Penang is known as a Penangite. It has two parts – Penang Island and Butterworth on the ...

Peninsula

A peninsula is a region of land that sticks out in a body of water. It is also defined as a piece of land with water on three sides. Many countries are on peninsulas, and may either take up part of a peninsula such as Portugal or all of it such a ...

Pennines

The Pennines are a mountain range in England. Often said to be the "backbone of England", they form an unbroken range stretching from the Peak District in the Midlands, through the Yorkshire Dales, parts of Greater Manchester, the West Pennine Mo ...

Perestroika

Perestroika, which means "restructuring" in the Russian language, was a series of changes to the economy of the Soviet Union. Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev started it in 1986. This happened only a few years before the Soviet Union fell apart in ...

Perho

Perho is a municipality in Central Ostrobothnia, Finland. About 2.930 people lived there in January 2014. The municipalities next to it are Alajarvi, Halsua, Kinnula, Kivijarvi, Kyyjarvi, Lestijarvi, Veteli and Vimpeli. Perho was established in 1868.

Perito Moreno Glacier

The Perito Moreno Glacier is a glacier in the southwest of Santa Cruz province, Argentina. It is one of the most important tourist attractions in the Argentine Patagonia. The 250 km² ice formation, of 30 km in length, is one of 48 glaciers fed by ...

Persepolis

Persepolis was an ancient capital of the second Iranian dynasty, the Achaemenid Empire. Ancient Persians called it Parsa, meaning the city of Persians. Persepolis is the Greek translation of the name. In modern Iran, the city is known as Takht-e- ...

Perth, Scotland

Perth is a city and the main part of the Perth and Kinross council area in Scotland, with around 43.450 people living there. The town was a large burgh before 1975. Perth is named by some people as The Fair City, though the city status in the Uni ...

Peshawar

Peshawar is a city in Pakistan, and it is the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. With a population of 1.970.042 according to the 2017 census, Peshawar is the largest city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the sixth-largest in Pakistan.

Peshawar Division

Peshawar Division was an administrative division of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government. At independence in 1947, the North-West Frontier Province was split into two divisio ...

Petah Tikva

Petah Tikva, Hebrew: פתח תקווה, Arab: بتاح تكفا, meaning opening of hope, other spellings: Petah Tiqwa official and Petach Tikvah unofficial, is a city in the Central District of Israel. It is 11 km east from Tel Aviv and belongs to the Tel Aviv ...

Peterborough, Ontario

Peterborough is a city in the Canadian province of Ontario. The population of Peterborough was 45.965 in 2006. The mayor of Peterborough is Bob Kilger. Adam Scott, a settler, began construction of a sawmill and gristmill on the west shore of the ...

Peterhead

Peterhead is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is Aberdeenshires largest settlement, having a population of 17.947 at the 2001 Census. Peterhead sits at the easternmost point in mainland Scotland. Peterhead is often referred to as The Blue To ...

Peterhof

Peterhof, meaning "Peters Court" is a town in Saint Petersburg on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland. It has a population of about 65.000. It hosts one of two campuses of Saint Petersburg State University. A series of palaces and gardens, ...

Petermann Ranges

The Petermann Ranges is a mountain range in central Australia. It spreads about 320 km across the border between Western Australia and the southwest corner of the Northern Territory. The highest point is 1.158 metres above sea level. The ranges w ...

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is a city in Russia. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is the administrative, industrial and cultural center of Kamchatka Krai. Population: 181.181. The city lies on the Pacific coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula. It was founded by ...

Petting, Germany

Petting is a village near Traunstein, in Bavaria. It is next to the Waginger See, Lake Waging. The village was built on what was once an island, during the last Ice Age. The island was known as safe, and secure, and was inhabited even at that tim ...

Phantom island

A phantom island is an island that was thought to exist at some point in time. Because of this, the island was shown on a map. Later, the islands were removed from maps. Some islands are described and later on change their name, or with the descr ...

Phewa Lake

Phewa Tal is a lake in Nepal and is the biggest lake in the Pokhara. It is famous for having a lot of domestic and international tourists who visit and sail, swim and fish on the Phewa lake. The shadow of a nearby white mountain can be seen on th ...

Phillip Island

Phillip Island is an island about 140 km south-southeast of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The island is named after Arthur Phillip, the first governor of New South Wales, by explorer and seaman George Bass. As of the 2016 census, 10.387 people ...

Pianosa

Pianosa is a small island in Italys Tuscan Archipelago. The name is derived from the latin word "planasia" because its highest point is some 22 meters over sea level. Pianosa has no permanent residents. It is known in Italy for a maximum-security ...

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space in Londons West End in the City of Westminster. The Circus links Piccadilly with Regent Street, and the theatres on Shaftesbury Avenue, as well as the Haymarket, Coventry Street onwards to Lei ...

Pielinen

Eteissaari, Hattusaari, Honkasaari Juuka, Honkasaari Nurmes, Iso Ristisaari, Kaitasaari, Karhusaari, Kaunissaari, Kertonsaari, Kelvansaari, Kinahmonsaaret, Kolmassaari, Korppisaari, Koveronsaari, Kuivasaari, Kulkulsaari, Kuusisaari, Kynsisaari, L ...

Pinar del Rio Province

Pinar del Rio is one of the provinces of Cuba. It is at the western end of the island of Cuba. The Pinar del Rio province has one of Cubas three main mountain ranges, the Cordillera de Guaniguanico. The mountains are divided into the easterly Sie ...

Mount Pinatubo

Mount Pinatubo is a stratovolcano on Luzon in the Philippines. It is near the Tri-Cabusilan Mountain range, separating Luzons west coast from the central plains. Before 1991 the volcano was inconspicuous and heavily eroded. It was covered with de ...

Pine Gap

Pine Gap is a remote facility 19 km southwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is officially recognised as a joint defense of Australia and the US satellite tracking station. Conspiracies exist which link the site to co ...

Pir Panjal Range

The Pir Panjal Range is a group of mountains which starts in Ramban and extends westward in the south of Jammu and Kashmir to the last extremity of Muzaffarabad District. It is 288 km long. Its width changes between 40 and 50 km. Six historical p ...

Pirkanmaa

Pirkanmaa is a region in western Finland. As of 2013 population was about 500.000. Neighbouring regions are: Southwest Finland, Satakunta, Kanta-Hame, Paijanne Tavastia, Southern Ostrobothnia and Central Finland

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