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Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara

                                               

Lajamanu, Northern Territory

Lajamanu is a small town of the Northern Territory in Australia. It is located around 557 kilometres from Katherine and approximately 890 kilometres from Darwin. At the 2006 census, Lajamanu had a population of 669, of which 92 percent are of Abo ...

                                               

Warlpiri language

                                               

Dhuwal

The Dhuwal were described by Norman Tindale in 1974 as one of two groups of clans mala, the other being the Dhuwala, both living predominantly in the coastal area facing the Arafura Sea, and inhabitting the east Arnhem land coastal area reaching ...

                                               

Dhuwala

Norman Tindale stated that the Dhuwalas lands were basically coextensive with those assigned to the Dhuwal, the two peoples inhabiting the same territory but being distinguished by linguistic differences, moiety type, and clan estate localities. ...

                                               

Franklinford, Victoria

Franklinford is a small community in the Central Highlands of Victoria, Australia, located in the Shire of Hepburn. It was the site chosen by Edward Stone Parker to build the Loddon Aboriginal Protectorate station at Franklinford in January 1841 ...

                                               

Whadjuk

Whadjuk, alternatively Witjari, are a Noongar people of the Western Australian region of the Perth bioregion of the Swan Coastal Plain.

                                               

Amangu

Two early glossaries of some words from the Champion Bay Amangu were collected. One, by R. J. Foley, was published in a work by Augustus Oldfield in 1865, and the other was gathered by the Colonial Secretary of Western Australia Roger Goldsworthy ...

                                               

Ballardong

The Ballardongs land encompassed an estimated 10.500 square miles 27.000 km 2. Northwards they occupied the Avon River. From York, To the east they extended to Tammin, Kununoppin, Waddouring Hill, and Bencubbin, Toodyay, Goomalling, the Wongan Hi ...

                                               

Kaniyang

The Kaneang traditional lands enclosed some 4.800 square miles 12.000 km 2 of territory. On the Upper Blackwood River. The eastern boundary was formed by the line that runs from Katanning, Tambellup, Cranbrook, and Tenterden. Kaneang lands took i ...

                                               

Mineng

The Minangs traditional lands encompassed some 4.900 square miles 13.000 km 2 from King George Sound northwards to the Stirling Range. It took in Tenterden, Lake Muir, Cowerup and the Shannon River area. Along the coast their territory ran from W ...

                                               

Mooro

The Mooro were a Nyungar Indigenous clan who lived in and to the north of Perth, Western Australia until shortly after European settlement at the Swan River Colony in 1829. Their territory stretched from the Swan River north to the Moore River be ...

                                               

Pindjarup

It is not clear if Pindjarup is the historically correct ethnonym for the tribe. After their disappearance, the only sources for them came from Kaneang informants. The word itself may reflect a lexeme pinjar / benjar meaning wetlands or swamps, w ...

                                               

Sciannameo

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAUs Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAUs naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets i ...

                                               

Swan Valley Nyungah Community

The Swan Valley Nyungah Community was an Indigenous Australian community of Noongar people at Lord Street, in the outer Perth suburbs of Lockridge and "Eden Hill. The Government of Western Australia closed the settlement in 2003 by act of Parliam ...

                                               

Wardandi

There are at least three theories about the meaning of the tribal ethnonym. One informant suggested it reflected a word for "crow" wardan, a theory that sits poorly with early word lists that state that the Wardandi word for that bird is kwa:kum. ...

                                               

Wiilman

Wiilman are an indigenous Noongar people from the Wheatbelt, Great Southern and South West regions of Western Australia. Variant spellings of the name include Wilman, Wilmen and Wheelman. Wiilman is the endonym.

                                               

Noongar articles by quality

                                               

Geysir

Geysir), sometimes known as The Great Geysir, is a geyser in southwestern Iceland. It was the first geyser described in a printed source and the first known to modern Europeans. The English word geyser derives from Geysir. The name Geysir itself ...

                                               

Strokkur

Strokkur is a fountain-type geyser located in a geothermal area beside the Hvita River in Iceland in the southwest part of the country, east of Reykjavik. It typically erupts every 6–10 minutes. Its usual height is 15–20 metres, although it can s ...

                                               

Valley of Geysers

The Valley of Geysers is a geyser field on Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia, and has the second largest concentration of geysers in the world. This six-kilometre-long basin with approximately ninety geysers and many hot springs is situated on the Kamc ...

                                               

Hot springs of British Columbia

                                               

Hot springs of Alberta

                                               

Hot springs of Saskatchewan

                                               

Egerszalok

Egerszalok is an open-air spa and village located in Heves County in northeastern Hungary. The springs yield 68 °C. mineral water from an aquifer located under the volcanic Matra Mountains. The spa is located 8 km west of the county seat of Eger, ...

                                               

Deildartunguhver

Deildartunguhver is a hot spring in Reykholtsdalur, Iceland. It is characterized by a very high flow rate for a hot spring and water emerges at 97 °C. It is the highest-flow hot spring in Europe. Some of the water is used for heating, being piped ...

                                               

Robertbloch

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAUs Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAUs naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets i ...

                                               

Kitagata Hot Springs

The hot springs are located on the Ishaka–Kagamba Road, in Sheema County, in Sheema District, Western Uganda. This location is approximately 2 kilometres 1.2 mi, by road, southeast of the town of Kitagata, one of the urban centers in the district ...

                                               

Green Mubazarrah

                                               

Hot springs of Wales

                                               

Iherir

Iherir is a village in the commune of Bordj El Houasse, in Djanet District, Illizi Province, Algeria. It is in a river valley named Oued Iherir near the center of the Tassili nAjjer mountain range, 121 kilometres south of the provincial capital I ...

                                               

Bahariya Oasis

El-Wahat el-Bahariya or el-Bahariya is a depression and oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt. It is approximately 370 km away from Cairo. The roughly oval valley extends from northeast to southwest, has a length of 94 km, a maximum width of 42 km ...

                                               

Dakhla Oasis

Dakhla Oasis, translates to the inner oasis, is one of the seven oases of Egypts Western Desert. Dakhla Oasis lies in the New Valley Governorate, 350 km from the Nile and between the oases of Farafra and Kharga. It measures approximately 80 km fr ...

                                               

Farafra, Egypt

The Farafra depression is a 980 km 2 geological depression, the second biggest by size in Western Egypt and the smallest by population, near latitude 27.06° north and longitude 27.97° east. It is in the large Western Desert of Egypt, approximatel ...

                                               

Moghra Oasis

The Moghra Oasis is an uninhabited oasis in the northeastern part of the Qattara Depression in the Western Desert of Egypt. It has a 4 km 2 lake containing brackish water, salt marshes and a swamp with reeds.

                                               

Erfoud

Erfoud is an oasis town in the Sahara Desert, in the Draa-Tafilalet region in eastern Morocco. It is divided into several districts: Hay Salam, Hay Jdid, Hay Ziz, Hay el Bathaa, Hay Annahda, and Hay el Hamri. Due to its proximity to Merzouga dese ...

                                               

Al Kharjah

The climate of Al Kharjah is arid and is classified as BWh in the Koppen and Geiger scale. The average annual temperature is 21.1 °C and average annual rainfall is 176 mm though the highest rainfall is in April, with an average of 39mm.

                                               

Serakhs

Serakhs is an oasis city in Ahal Province of Turkmenistan. It is located at latitude 36°31 North; longitude 61°12 East and an altitude of 285m above sea level. It is one of the oases of the ancient Silk Road lying between Merv to the east and Mas ...

                                               

Springs of Alberta

                                               

Springs of British Columbia

                                               

Springs of Saskatchewan

                                               

Springs of Yukon

                                               

Springs of England

                                               

Springs of Scotland

                                               

Springs of Wales

                                               

Springs of Alabama

                                               

Springs of Alaska

                                               

Springs of Arizona

                                               

Springs of Arkansas

                                               

Springs of California

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