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Pine Island is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hernando County, Florida, United States. The population was 64 at the 2000 census. Pine Island Park (also known as Alfred McKethan Park), is a 3-acre (12,000 m2) area on the Gulf of Mexico at 10800 Pine Island Drive (off County Road 495 west of Weeki Wachee) that includes a swimming beach and swimming area, picnic tables, shelters, barbecue grills, observation point, volleyball court, playground and concession stand. Spring Hill, Florida is locat...
 
 
Brooksville�Tampa Bay Regional Airport (ICAO: KBKV, FAA LID: BKV), formerly known as Hernando County Airport, is a joint civil-military public airport located 6 nautical miles (11 km) southwest of the central business district of Brooksville, a city in Hernando County, Florida, United States. It is owned by Hernando County and is 45 miles (72 km) north of Tampa. While having consistent growth in its traffic rate, it does not yet serve the public through commercial airlines, but it does have ch...
 
 

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 Hernando High School is a public high school located in Brooksville, Florida. It is part of the Hernando County School District. It has been in operation since 1889, which makes it one of the oldest, continuously operating public high schools in the United States.citation needed] HHS has a large network of alumni that maintain strong ties to the school. HHS alumni association hosted a reunion event in 2005 that boasted attendance of hundreds of alumni from the Class of 1927 through the Class of ...
 
The Frank Saxon House is a historic residence in Brooksville, Florida. The home was built by Frank Saxon in 1864 for his bride Tululu Hope, daughter of William Hope, one of the earliest settlers in the county. Mr. Saxon was a Civil War hero who was a member of the Hernando Wild Cats, a unit of the 3rd Regiment of the Confederate Army. After the war, Frank Saxon served as a member of the Florida Legislature representing Hernando County. The home sits on the top of a hill at 200 South Saxon Avenue...
Houses in Brooksville, Florida, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Museums in Hernando County, Florida, History museums in Florida, Military and war museums in Florida, American Civil War museums in Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Hernando County, National Register of Historic Places in Hernando County, Florida, Tampa Bay Area Registered Historic Place stubs, Florida museum stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub...
 
 

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National Memorials of the United States, Archaeological sites in Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Manatee County, Florida, Spanish colonization of the Americas, Spanish Florida, Museums in Manatee County, Florida, History museums in Florida, Biographical museums in Florida, Native American museums in Florida, Protected areas established in 1948, United States National Park Service areas in Florida, Monuments and memorials in Florida, Parks in Manatee County, Florida, Florida Nati...
The Columbia County Courthouse, built in 1905, is an historic courthouse building located at 173 NE Hernando Avenue in Lake City, Florida. It was designed by noted architect Frank Pierce Milburn in the Classical Revival style of architecture. It was built with a dome and cupola, which were removed before 1989, but were restored in 2003 during a major renovation and expansion of the courthouse. In 1989, the Columbia County Courthouse was listed in A Guide to Floridas Historic Architecture, publis...
The Lamar Mounds and Village Site (9BI2) is an important archaeological site on the banks of the Ocmulgee River in Bibb County, Georgia (U.S. state) and several miles to the southeast of the Ocmulgee Mound Site. Both mound sites are part of the Ocmulgee National Monument, a national park and historic district created in 1936 and run by the U.S. National Park Service. Historians and archaeologists have theorized that the site may be the location of the main village of the Ichisi encountered by th...
 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Cities in Alabama, County seats in Alabama, Former state capitals in the United States, University towns in the United States, Populated places established in 1819, Tuscaloosa metropolitan area, Cities in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: chapter ignored, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from October 2010, Articles with dead external links from December 2011, Articles to be expanded from November 2014, All art...Tuscaloosa (- t�sk��lu�s�- TUSK-�-LOO-s�) is a city in and the seat of Tuscaloosa County in west central Alabama (in the southeastern United States). Located on the Black Warrior River, it is the fifth-largest city in Alabama, with an estimated population of 95,334 in 2013. Founded in 1819, the city was named after Tuskaloosa, the chieftain of a Muskogean-speaking people who battled and was defeated by Hernando de Soto in 1540 in the Battle of Mabila, and served as Alabamas capital...
 
IUCN Category VI, National Forests of North Carolina, Old growth forests, Nantahala National Forest, Protected areas established in 1920, Protected areas of Macon County, North Carolina, Protected areas of Graham County, North Carolina, Protected areas of Cherokee County, North Carolina, Protected areas of Jackson County, North Carolina, Protected areas of Clay County, North Carolina, Protected areas of Swain County, North Carolina, Blue Ridge National Heritage Area, Hidden categories:, Coordina...The Nantahala- nænt��heɪl�- National Forest, established in 1920, is a national forest located in the American state of North Carolina. The word Nantahala is a Cherokee word meaning Land of the Noonday Sun. The name is appropriate as, in some spots, the sun only reaches the floors of the deep gorges of the national forest when directly overhead at midday. The Spanish Conquistador Hernando de Soto explored the area in 1540, as did William Bartram in the 18th century. The Nantahala River f...
Toqua (also known as Toquo) is a prehistoric and historic Native American site in Monroe County, Tennessee, located in the southeastern United States. Along with the Overhill Cherokee village for which the site was named, Toqua was home to a substantial pre-Cherokee town that thrived during the Mississippian period (1000-1600). One of the Toqua sites most outstanding features was a 25-foot (7.6 m) platform mound built by the towns Mississippian inhabitants. The sites Mississippian occupation may...
Chiaha was a Native American chiefdom located in the lower French Broad River valley in modern East Tennessee, in the southeastern United States. They lived in raised structures within boundaries of several stable villages. These overlooked the fields of maize, beans, squash, and tobacco, among other plants which they cultivated. Chiaha was the northern extreme of the paramount Coosa chiefdoms sphere of influence in the 16th century when the Spanish expeditions of Hernando de Soto and Juan Pardo...
Lake Bruin State Park, one of twenty-two Louisiana state parks, is located on Lake Bruin, a clear ox-bow lake of the Mississippi River near St. Joseph, the seat of Tensas Parish in the northeastern portion of the state. The lake consists of more than 3,000 acres (12 km²) of water surface. Park visitors enjoy fishing, water sports, and camping. There are cypress trees in the lake which have stood since before the Spaniard Hernando de Soto traveled through the region in the 1540s. The 53-acre (21...
 
Hernando is a city in central DeSoto County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 14,135 at the 2010 census. Hernando is the county seat of DeSoto County, the second-most-populous county in the Memphis metropolitan area. U.S. Route 51 and the I-55 freeway traverse the city from north to south and the I-69 freeway traverse the city east to west and north to south. Hernandos historic downtown square, which surrounds the county courthouse, sits at the intersection of Commerce Street and U...
 

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The Menard-Hodges Site (also known as Menard-Hodges Mounds (3AR4)), is an archaeological site in Arkansas County, Arkansas. It includes two large mounds as well as several house mounds. It is the type site for the Menard phase, a protohistoric Mississippian culture group. It is considered as a possible candidate for the Province of Anilco encountered by the Hernando de Soto Entrada in 1540. It was contemporaneous with the Parkin site, believed by many archaeologists to be the location Casqui, an...
Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Arkansas, Middle Mississippian culture, Mounds in the United States, Native American history of Arkansas, Archaeological sites in Arkansas, Native American archeology, National Historic Landmarks in Arkansas, Pre-historic cities in the United States, Former populated places in Arkansas, Buildings and structures in Mississippi County, Arkansas, Geography of Mississippi County, Arkansas, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Coor...The Nodena Site is an archeological site east of Wilson, Arkansas and northeast of Reverie, Tennessee in Mississippi County, Arkansas, United States. Around 1400�1650 CE an aboriginal palisaded village existed in the Nodena area on a meander bend of the Mississippi River. The Nodena site was discovered and first documented by Dr. James K. Hampson, archaeologist and owner of the plantation on which the Nodena site is located. Artifacts from this site are on display in the Hampson Museum State P...
Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Arkansas, Middle Mississippian culture, Mounds in the United States, Native American history of Arkansas, Archaeological sites in Arkansas, National Historic Landmarks in Arkansas, Former populated places in Arkansas, Archaeological museums in Arkansas, Museums in Cross County, Arkansas, Archaeological type sites, State parks of Arkansas, Protected areas of Cross County, Arkansas, Archaeological parks, Hidden categories:, Coordi...Parkin Archeological State Park, also known as Parkin Indian Mound, is an archeological site and state park in Parkin, Cross County, Arkansas. Around 1350�1650 CE an aboriginal palisaded village existed at the site, at the confluence of the St. Francis and Tyronza Rivers. Artifacts from this site are on display at the site museum. The Parkin Site is the type site for the Parkin phase, an expression of the Mississippian culture from the Late Mississippian period. Many archeologists believe it t...
 
 De Soto is a city in Jefferson County, Missouri, United States. The population was 6,400 at the 2010 census and is part of the St. Louis metropolitan area. The Van Metre family were first to settle in 1803 .The town was organized in 1857 and is named for the explorer Hernando De Soto, who claimed the Louisiana Territory for Spain. De Soto was the city closest to the mean center of U.S. population in 1980. The city celebrated its Bicentennial in 2003. The city made national news on and after May ...
 
 
Football venues in Bolivia, Athletics (track and field) venues in Bolivia, National stadiums, La Paz, Copa América stadiums, Buildings and structures in La Paz Department (Bolivia), South American sports venue stubs, Bolivian sport stubs, Bolivian building and structure stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles to be expanded from August 2014, All articles to be expanded, Articles needing translation from Spanish Wikipedia, Use mdy dates from September 2011, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub articles...Estadio Hernando Siles is a sports stadium in La Paz, Bolivia. It is the countrys largest sports complex with a capacity of 41,143 seats. It is named after Hernando Siles Reyes, the 31st President of Bolivia (1926�1930). The stadium is located in the Miraflores borough of La Paz, at an altitude of 3,637 metres (11,932 feet) above sea level, making it one of the highest professional stadiums in the world. The Stadium was opened in 1931 with a match between The Strongest and its classic rival, U...
 
Jerez de los Caballeros is a town of south-western Spain, in the province of Badajoz. It is situated on two heights overlooking the River Ardila, a tributary of the Guadiana, 12 miles east of the Portuguese frontier. The old town is surrounded by a Moorish wall with six gates. The newer portion is well and regularly built, and planted with numerous orange and other fruit trees. Its staple trade is in agricultural produce, especially in ham and bacon from herds of swine which are reared in the su...
 The Arlobi menhir is an archaeological heritage located at the Gorbea Natural Park, in Zuia, �lava (Basque part of Spain). It was found by Oier Suárez Hernando, Miguel Mart�nez Fernández and Luis M. Mart�nez Torres on 20 March 2004. The menhir was probably placed there in the Albian Age (Cretaceous 112-98 m.a.) and is basically made of stones coming from the Southern slope of Gorbea, Odoriaga and Usoteguieta mountains. It is the most visited tourist attraction at the Gorbea Natural Park ...

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The Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene (canonically known as Saint John the Baptist Parish and colloquially known as Quiapo Church; Spanish: Bas�lica Menor del Nazareno Negro) is a prominent Roman Catholic Latin-rite basilica located in the District of Quiapo in the City of Manila, Philippines. The basilica is famous home for the shrine of the Black Nazarene, a dark statue of Jesus Christ many claim to be miraculous. The parish is under the Archdiocese of Manila and its current rector is Rev...

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  Hernando Beach is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hernando County, Florida, United States. The population was 2,185 at the 2000 census.  

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