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  1. Milltown, Dublin - Wikipedia,_Dublin

    21 hours ago · Milltown (Irish: Baile an Mhuilinn) is a suburb on the southside of Dublin, Ireland.The townland got its name well before the 18th or 19th century. Both Milltown and Clonskeagh were "Liberties" of Dublin, following the English invasion and colonisation in 1290.

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    • Dublin
  2. Tullamore - Wikipedia

    21 hours ago · Tullamore railway station, first opened on 2 October 1854, is served by trains on the Dublin-Galway and Dublin-Westport/Ballina inter-city routes. In association with the County Westmeath urban centres, Athlone and Mullingar, Tullamore forms part of what is known as the Midlands Gateway. Tullamore lies on the N52 national secondary road.

    • Ireland
    • Offaly
    • 73 m (240 ft)
    • Leinster
  3. Limerick - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · The M7 (Dublin), N/M18 (Galway, Ennis, Shannon), N/M20 (Cork), N21 (Tralee) and N24 (Waterford) routes all start/terminate in or near the city. Road infrastructure is further supplemented by the southern ring road and Limerick Tunnel bypass of the city and the M20 bypass of Dooradoyle and Raheen to the south of the city.

  4. Europa-Park - Wikipedia

    21 hours ago · Europa-Park is the largest theme park in Germany, and the second most popular theme park resort in Europe, following Disneyland Paris.Europa-Park is located in Rust, in south-western Germany, between Freiburg im Breisgau and Strasbourg (in neighboring France).

    • 12 July 1975; 45 years ago
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  5. Franz Beckenbauer - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Early years. Franz Beckenbauer was born in the post-war ruins of Munich, the second son of postal-worker Franz Beckenbauer, Sr. and his wife Antonie (née Hupfauf).He grew up in the working-class district of Giesing and, despite his father's cynicism about the game, started playing football at the age of nine with the youth team of SC Munich '06 in 1954.

    • 11 September 1945 (age 75)
    • 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
    • Franz Anton Beckenbauer
    • Munich, Germany
  6. Ámsterdam - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libreÁmsterdam

    1 day ago · Toponimia. El primer uso documentado «Amsterdam» aparece en un certificado del 27 de octubre de 1275, según el cual los habitantes, quienes habían construido un puente y una presa sobre el río Amstel, quedaban exentos de pontazgo por orden del conde Florentino V. [6] El certificado, en latín, describe a los habitantes como homines manentes apud Amestelledamme («personas que viven cerca ...

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