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San Gwann

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San Gwann is city of Malta (). The population of San Gwann: 12,346 people. Geographic coordinates of San Gwann: 35.90556 x 14.47611.

Country Malta
International title San Gwann
Population 12,346 people
Timezone Europe/Malta
State
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 35.90556 x Longitude: 14.47611

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Weissenstein
Country: Switzerland

What Is The Weissenstein? The Weissenstein is a mountain in the Jura mountain range, situated to the north of Solothurn, and it is in the Solothurn canton. One chain point is signified with the name Roti. It is the summit at the easternmost point ...

Zofingen
Country: Switzerland

Zofingen Introduction Zofingen is located in the Aargau canton in the country of Switzerland. It has a population of roughly 10,800. It is the capital of the Zofingen district. It is a walled city, and it is the site of an ancient settlement and m ...

Predigerkirche
Country: Switzerland

Preacher’s Church Introduction  This is a church that was built in the 1200s, and it has church pews exactly like you’d expect to see in a church from that time. The side aisles have a library with nice lounge chairs, and there is ...

Altes Rathaus
Country: Austria

Vienna’s oldest town hall probably first stood at neighbouring Tuchlaubenstrasse. The building at Wipplingerstrasse was once owned by the rich and influential brothers Otto and Heymo Neuburg, who headed a burghers’ rebellion against the Habsbur ...

Lambach
Country: Austria

Lambach, conveniently located on the left bank of the Traun River, grew rich in the Middle Ages thanks to the flourishing salt trade. Around 1040 Count Arnold II Wels-Lambach and his wife Regilinda transformed the family seat into a monastery. Thei ...

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