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* Mount Belvedere in northern Italy, an important position in the Battle of Monte Castello
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Mount and Belvedere
Several locations in Quebec are named for the Petun leader Kondiaronk, one of the architects of the peace, including the Kondiaronk Belvedere in Mount Royal Park overlooking downtown Montreal.
By 8 January, the 86th Infantry had moved to Bagni di Lucca near Mount Belvedere in preparation for an offensive by the Fifth Army to capture the mountain along with surrounding high ground, which allowed the Italians to block advances to Po Valley.
The unit made concerted attacks on the Mount Belvedere area, climbing nearby Riva Ridge during the night 18 February and attacking Monte Della Torraccia on 20 February.
After James death his final bequests included funding for Mount Cashel Orphanage, Belvedere Orphanage, the Church of England Orphanage, the Methodist Orphanage and a trust fund to form a permanent relief fund for the poor of Bonavista.
Mount and northern
* Kana Cone, a red nested cinder cone in northern British Columbia, Canada northeast of Eve Cone in Mount Edziza Provincial Park
* Tennena Cone, a subglacial mound in northern British Columbia, Canada, southwest of Mount Edziza in Mount Edziza Provincial Park
In addition to its campus in Hanover, Dartmouth owns of Mount Moosilauke in the White Mountains Region and a tract of land in northern New Hampshire known as the Second College Grant.
In the northern section, few villages are on the western slopes, but in the southern section, featuring Mount Hermon ( 2860 meters ), the western slopes have many villages.
Anti-Lebanon is more arid, especially in its northern parts, than Mount Lebanon and is consequently less productive and more thinly populated.
The area is largely residential in nature ( south of Mount Hope Road near the northern edge ), and is served by numerous commercial strips along Cedar Street, Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Waverly Road, which run north / south.
Mount Katahdin is both the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, which extends southerly to Springer Mountain, Georgia, and the southern terminus of the new International Appalachian Trail which, when complete, will run to Belle Isle, Newfoundland and Labrador.
It rises from less than elevation in the tropical Terai — the northern rim of the Gangetic Plain, beyond the perpetual snow line to some 90 peaks over including Earth's highest Mount Everest or Sagarmatha.
It has a catchment area of 620 square kilometres and opens north-westward into the Baie d ' Harcourt, flowing towards the northern point of the island along the western escarpment of the Mount Panié.
The most important ( but not tallest ) is the Mount Lofty-Flinders Ranges system, which extends north about from Cape Jervis to the northern end of Lake Torrens.
The northern peninsula contains active volcanoes such as Mount Lokon, Mount Awu, Soputan, and Karangetang.
* January 23 – A snowstorm at Mount Hakkoda, northern Honshu, Japan, kills 199 during a military training exercise.
This year was known as the ' Year Without a Summer ' because of low temperatures in the northern hemisphere, the result of the Mount Tambora volcanic eruption in Indonesia in 1815.
Mount St. Helens the day before the 1980 eruption, which removed much of the northern face of the mountain, leaving a large Volcanic crater | crater
Thessaloniki lies on the northern fringe of the Thermaic Gulf on its eastern coast and is bound by Mount Chortiatis on its southeast.
General Gates, who oversaw the northern defenses, was aware that Mount Defiance threatened the fort.
Grazing was also removed from Mounts Feathertop, Hotham and Bogong around this time, from around Mount Howitt in the 1980s, and from the northern Bogong High Plains, the Bluff and part of Davies Plains in the early 1990s, leaving about one third of the Alpine National Park – over 200, 000 hectares – available for grazing.
The northern tier of Thessaly is defined by a generally southwest-northeast spur of the Pindus range that includes Mount Olympus, close to the Macedonian border.
It also contains redwood forests, along with the Sierra Nevada including Yosemite Valley and Lake Tahoe, Mount Shasta ( the second-highest peak in the Cascade Range after Mount Rainier in Washington ), and the northern half of the Central Valley, one of the world's most productive agricultural regions.
Mount and Italy
* 1972 – Alitalia Flight 112 crashes into Mount Longa near Palermo, Sicily, killing all 115 aboard, making it the deadliest single-aircraft disaster in Italy.
The river rises at Mount Fumaiolo in central Italy and flows in a generally southerly direction past Perugia and Rome to meet the sea at Ostia.
* March 18 – The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Italy kills 26 and causes thousands to flee their homes.
** Reinhold Messner ( Italy ) and Peter Habeler ( Austria ) made the first ascent of Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen.
* King Theodoric the Great grants the citizens on the Mount Vesuvius exemption from taxes after a severe erupting in southeastern Italy.
Mount Vesuvius (, ) is a stratovolcano in the Gulf of Naples, Italy, about east of Naples and a short distance from the shore.
Landing on the north-west of the island with a small mercenary force, he seizes a strong position on Mount Ercte ( Monte Pellegrino, near Palermo ), and not only successfully defends himself against all attacks, but also carries his raids as far as the coast of southern Italy.
According to Barks and his successors, Magica lives on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, next to Naples, Italy.
After a few months as a practising lawyer and privatdozent at Heidelberg, he went in 1837, in search of materials, to Italy and the East, visiting Athens, Constantinople and the monasteries of Mount Athos.
Traditionally Mount Summano ( elevation 1291 m .) in the Alps near Vicenza ( Veneto, Italy ) is considered a site of the cult of god Pluto, Iupiter Summanus and the Manes.
He visited France, while in Paris he spent several days at the Musée du Louvre ; Italy, in Rome he sketched, antiquities sculptures and paintings at the Vatican Museums and other galleries, then on to Naples and Pompeii, Bari then to Corfu ; while in Italy Barry had met Charles Lock Eastlake, an architect Mr Kinnaird and a Mr Johnson ( later a professor at Haileybury and Imperial Service College ) with these gentlemen he visited Greece, where their itinerary covered Athens which they left on 25 June 1818, Mount Parnassus, Delphi, Aegina, then the Cyclades, including Delos to Smyrna and Turkey where Barry greatly admired the magnificence of Hagia Sophia, from Constantinople he visited the Troad, Assos, Pergamon and back to Smyrna.
This makes it by far the largest of the three active volcanoes in Italy, being about two and a half times the height of the next largest, Mount Vesuvius.
The Ostrogoths regrouped under Totila's successor Teia, but suffered a final defeat at the Battle of Mons Lactarius ( near Mount Vesuvius ) and thereafter played no significant part in the history of Italy.
The Julian Alps (, ) are a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps that stretches from northeastern Italy to Slovenia, where they rise to 2, 864 m at Mount Triglav.
Some famous places where these events were said to have been celebrated are Briany, Carignano, Benevento, Puy-de-Dôme ( France ), Blocksberg, Melibäus, the Black Forest, ( Germany ), the Bald Mount ( Poland ), Vaspaku, Zabern, Kopastatö ( Hungary ), San Colombano al Lambro ( Italy ) and more, but it was also said that Stonehenge ( England ) was a place for Sabbats.
Pozzolana is a fine, sandy volcanic ash, originally discovered and dug in Italy at Pozzuoli in the region around Mount Vesuvius, but later at a number of other sites.