Stolpersteine in Prague-Josefov

Josefov
Josefov (Josefstadt) is a town quarter and the smallest cadastral area of Prague, formerly the Jewish quarter of the town. It is completely surrounded by the Old Town (Czech: Staré Město pražské). Jews supposedly settled in Prague as early as the 10th century. In 1096 the first pogrom (the first crusade) took place. Eventually all Jews were concentrated within the Ghetto, shut off from the outside world by fortified walls with gates (1230–1530). As early as in the 11th, 12th and 13th century, Prague developed into a center of rabbinical scholarship and formed a school of Tosafists.

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

BUETBangladesh University of Engineering & TechnologyEast Pakistan University of Engineering and Technology
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, commonly known as BUET, is a public university in Bangladesh, which focuses on the study of engineering and architecture. Founded in 1912, it is the oldest institution for the study of engineering (initially it was a diploma school), architecture and urban planning in Bangladesh.

List of baronies of Northern Ireland

Baronies were subdivisions of counties, mainly cadastral but with some administrative functions prior to the Local Government (Ireland) Act 1898. There were 15 baronies in County Antrim: There were 8 baronies in County Armagh: There were 14 baronies in County Down: There were 8 baronies in County Fermanagh: There were 6 baronies in County Londonderry: There were 8 baronies in County Tyrone: *List of baronies of Ireland Antrim Lower. Antrim Upper. Belfast Lower. Belfast Upper. Carrickfergus. Cary. Dunluce Lower. Dunluce Upper. Glenarm Lower. Glenarm Upper. Kilconway. Massereene Lower. Massereene Upper. Toome Lower. Toome Upper. Armagh. Fews Lower. Fews Upper. Oneilland East. Oneilland West.

Parish of Yanderra

Yanderra
Yanderra parish is a cadastral parish of Tongowoko County New South Wales. It is located at -29.34333°N, 142.58194°W on the Twelve Mile Creek between Pindera Downs Aboriginal Area and the Queensland Border. The Geography, of the parish is mostly the flat, arid landscape of the Channel Country. The parish has a Köppen climate classification of BWh (Hot desert). The County is barely inhabited with a population density of less than 1 person per 150km² and the landscape is a flat arid scrubland. The path of totality for the solar eclipse of November 25, 2030 and October 2042 will pass over the parish.

Grahway, New South Wales

Grahway
Grahway is a bounded rural locality, and cadastral parish, 100 kilometers south of Nyngan, New South Wales. It is located at 32°12′05″S 146°38′31″E on Gunningbar Creek near the junction with the Bogan River and is in Bogan Shire and Flinders County. The locality is 32 kilometers south of the town of Nymagee, and west of Tottenham, New South Wales. The original inhabitants of the area were the Wiradjuri Australian aboriginal tribe, though anthropologist Norman Tindale believed the area around "The Overflow" was traditional lands of the neighboring Wangaibon a tribe of the Ngiyambaa peoples. though this may have been due to an error in one of his source materials.

Republic of Korea Army

South Korean ArmyROK ArmyArmy
The modern South Korean army traces its lineage back to the Gwangmu Reform, when the Beolgyegoon was established by Emperor Gojong in 1881. The 1st of every October is celebrated in South Korea as Armed Forces Day. It commemorates the day during the Korean War when units of the ROK Army first crossed the 38th Parallel, thus leading the UN Coalition north into North Korean territory for the first time. The National Security Guard Of South Korea was originally formed out of the Republic Of Korea Army. This organization was created during the American occupation period from 1945-1948. The National Security Guard Of South Korea was initially a reserve unit of the National Police.

Delby, New South Wales

Delby
Delby' is a bounded rural locality, and cadastral parish, 100 kilometers south of Nyngan, New South Wales. It is located at 32°15′57″S 146°43′29″E on Gunningbar Creek near the junction with the Bogan River and is in Bogan Shire and Flinders County. The locality is south of the town of Nymagee, and west of Tottenham, New South Wales. The original inhabitants of the area were the Wiradjuri Australian aboriginal tribe, though anthropologist Norman Tindale believed the area around "The Overflow" was traditional lands of the neighboring Wangaibon a tribe of the Ngiyambaa peoples. though this may have been due to an error in one of his source materials.

Parish of Nocoleche

Nocoleche
The Parish of Nocoleche is a cadastral parish of Ularara County in north western New South Wales. The climate is semi-arid, featuring low rainfall, very hot summer temperatures and cool nights in winter. The parish has a Köppen climate classification of BWh (Hot desert). However, the Paroo River at this point has a number of wetlands, which makes the parish somewhat of an oasis in the otherwise arid landscape. The traditional owners of the Paroo River area are the Budjair, Kunja and Mardgany in the north and the Paruntiji, meaning people belonging to the Paroo, in the south. Aboriginal people are known to have lived along the Paroo for at least 14,000 years (Robins, 1999).

Copenhagen Fire of 1728

Great Fire of Copenhagenfire of 1728Great Fire of 1728
On the corner facing Vestervold, there was a small house on lot "Vester Kvarter 146" (according to the cadastre of 1699) owned by Signe, widow of Boye Hansen. The lot is almost identical to the one on the corner of present-day Frederiksberggade (the western end of Strøget) and The City Hall Square. Among the widow's tenants were restaurant manager Peder Rasmussen and his wife, Anne Iversdatter. It was on the second floor of the restaurateur's apartment that the fire started.

Ministry of Finance (Spain)

Minister of FinanceMinistry of the TreasuryMinister of the Treasury
The Finance Ministry also managing the cadastre and collects all the State taxes through the Agencia Tributaria as well as controlling the state-owned enterprises through the State Company of Industrial Participations (SEPI). Likewise, the MH manages the central government goods, the European funds and it is responsible for supervising gambling as well as managing the public lottery. The MH is headed by the Minister of Finance, who is appointed by the King of Spain at request of the Prime Minister, after hearing the Council of Ministers.

Fourth principal meridian

Fourth Principal Extended MeridianFourth principal
The fourth principal meridian, set in 1815, is the principal meridian for land surveys in northwestern Illinois and west-central Illinois, and its 1831 extension is the principal meridian for land surveys in Wisconsin and northeastern Minnesota. It is part of the Public Land Survey System that covers most of the United States.

Parish of Warratta

Warratta
Warratta, New South Wales is a cadastral parish of Tongowoko County New South Wales. Warratta is located at 29°34′54″S 141°51′08″E between Tibooburra and Milparinka where the Silver City Highway crosses Warratta Creek. The Geography, of the parish is mostly the flat, arid landscape of the Channel Country. The parish has a Köppen climate classification of BWh (Hot desert). The County is barely inhabited with a population density of less than 1 person per 150km² and the landscape is a flat arid scrubland.

Miyagi Prefecture

MiyagiMiyagi, JapanMiyagi-ken
Empress Genmei's Daijō-kan continued to organize other cadastral changes in the provincial map of the Nara period, as in the following year when Mimasaka Province was divided from Bizen Province; Hyūga Province was sundered from Ōsumi Province; and Tanba Province was severed from Tango Province. During the Sengoku period various clans ruled different parts of the province. The Uesugi clan had a castle town at Wakamatsu in the south, the Nanbu clan at Morioka in the north, and Date Masamune, a close ally of the Tokugawa, established Sendai, which is now the largest town of the Tōhoku region.

Figure of the Earth

curvature of the Earthshape of the EarthEarth's curvature
Several models with greater accuracy have been developed so that coordinate systems can serve the precise needs of navigation, surveying, cadastre, land use, and various other concerns. Earth's topographic surface is apparent with its variety of land forms and water areas. This topographic surface is generally the concern of topographers, hydrographers, and geophysicists. While it is the surface on which Earth measurements are made, mathematically modeling it while taking the irregularities into account would be extremely complicated. The Pythagorean concept of a spherical Earth offers a simple surface that is easy to deal with mathematically.

Geocoding

geocodegeocodedgeo-coding
Geocoding is the process of taking input text, such as an address or the name of a place, and returning a latitude/longitude location on the Earth's surface for that place. Reverse geocoding, on the other hand, converts geographic coordinates to a description of a location, usually the name of a place or an addressable location. Geocoding relies on a computer representation of address points, the street / road network, together with postal and administrative boundaries.

Goobang (Ashburnham County parish)

Goobang
Goobang is a bounded rural locality, and Cadastral Parish in Parkes Shire, Central, New South Wales and is about 300km west-northwest of NSW's capital city of Sydney, and is on the Goobang Creek. Prior to European settlement, the Goobang area was inhabited by the Wiradjuri people. Major Thomas Mitchell and John Oxley were early explorers in the area. The area was first opened up in the 19th century Gold rush of western New South Wales. Today the main economic activity is wheat and sheep. Goobang is a rail junction for the Parkes–Narromine and Broken Hill railway lines.

Parish of Algalah

Algalah
The parish of Algalah is an Australian cadastral parish in the NSW county of Narromine. It is located 367km west north west from Sydney approximately midway between Tottenham and Narromine and is in Narromine Shire, at -32.24833°N, 147.81778°W. The area is predominantly agricultural and significant geographic features include the Bogan River and Bullock Tank Swamp. The parish is named for the Algalah Run Sheep station that occupied the majority of the parish, and which was founded by Robert John Walker who is reputed to have moved a World Record Wagon load of wool to the local railway station with a single Shire stallion.

County Clare

ClareCo. ClareCounty Clare, Ireland
These divisions are cadastral, defining land boundaries and ownership, rather than administrative. Bodies of water define much of the physical boundaries of Clare. To the south-east is the River Shannon, Ireland's longest river, and to the south is the Shannon Estuary. The border to the north-east is defined by Lough Derg which is the third largest lake on Ireland. To the west is the Atlantic Ocean, and to the north is Galway Bay. County Clare contains The Burren, a unique karst region, which contains rare flowers and fauna. At the western edge of The Burren, facing the Atlantic Ocean, are the Cliffs of Moher.

Defter

tax registerscensustax records
A defter (plural: defterler) was a type of tax register and land cadastre in the Ottoman Empire. The information collected could vary, but tahrir defterleri typically included details of villages, dwellings, household heads (adult males and widows), ethnicity/religion (because these could affect tax liabilities/exemptions), and land use. The defter-i hakâni was a land registry, also used for tax purposes. Each town had a defter and typically an officiator or someone in an administrative role to determine if the information should be recorded. The officiator was usually some kind of learned man who had knowledge of state regulations.

Spanish Republican Air Force

Republican Air ForceFAREFuerzas Aéreas de la República Española
In 1933, under Capitan Warlela, systematic cadastral surveys of Spain were carried out using modern methods of aerial photography. The following year Spanish engineer Juan de la Cierva took off and landed on seaplane carrier Dédalo with his autogyro C-30P. In 1934 Commander Eduardo Sáenz de Buruaga became new chief-commander of the air force. On the same year a major restructuring of the Spanish military air wing took place.

Dumanjug

Dumanjug, Cebu
Based on the cadastral survey map of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Dumanjug has an effective land area of 8544 ha Dumanjug is bordered to the north by the town of Barili, to the west is the Tañon Strait, to the east is the town of Sibonga, and to the south is the town of Ronda. Dumanjug is also known as "The Land of Golden Friendship". Dumanjug comprises 37 barangays: Dumanjug's population is characterized mainly by an increasing birth rate and a gradually declining mortality rate. The growth in population is thus attributed to higher rate of birth than of death.

Walton, New South Wales

Walton
Walton is a bounded rural locality, and cadastral parish, 100 kilometers south of Nyngan, New South Wales. It is located at 32°10′26″S 146°34′16″E on Gunningbar Creek near the junction with the Bogan River and is in Bogan Shire and Flinders County. The locality is south of the town of Nymagee, and west of Tottenham, New South Wales. The original inhabitants of the area were the Wiradjuri Australian aboriginal tribe, though anthropologist Norman Tindale believed the area around "The Overflow" (opposite bank of the creek) was traditional lands of the neighboring Wangaibon a tribe of the Ngiyambaa peoples. though this may have been due to an error in one of his source materials.

Saga Domain

SagaHizenHizen Domain
In the han system, Saga was a political and economic abstraction based on periodic cadastral surveys and projected agricultural yields. In other words, the domain was defined in terms of expected value of tax revenue (kokudaka), not land area. This was different from the feudalism of the West. The Nabeshima clan were originally vassals of the Ryūzōji clan who controlled the region. However, Ryūzōji Takanobu was killed in battle with the Shimazu and Arima clans in 1584, and Nabeshima Naoshige became the guardian of Takanobu's young heir, Ryūzōji Takafusa. Six years later, Toyotomi Hideyoshi granted approval for Nabeshima to overthrow Ryūzōji and seize the territory for his own lineage.

Parish of Urisino

Urisino
Parish of Urisino, New South Wales located at -29.69083°N, 143.75083°W is a cadastral parish of Ularara County New South Wales. The Burke and Wills expedition were the first Europeans to the area, passing a few miles to the west. The climate is semi-arid, featuring low rainfall, very hot summer temperatures and cool nights in winter. The parish has a Köppen climate classification of BWh (Hot desert). Major features of the parish include Mulghany Creek(a tributary of the Paroo River, Feeder Creek and the cut line road.

Parish of Peka

Peka
Peka, New South Wales located at 29°53'04.0"S 143°58'36.0"E is an uninhabited cadastral parish of Ularara County in north western New South Wales. The climate is semi-arid, featuring low rainfall, very hot summer temperatures and cool nights in winter. The parish has a Köppen climate classification of BWh (Hot desert). The traditional owners of the Paroo River area are the Budjair, Kunja and Mardgany in the north and the Paruntiji, meaning people belonging to the Paroo, in the south. Aboriginal people are known to have lived along the Paroo for at least 14,000 years (Robins, 1999). The Burke and Wills expedition were the first Europeans to the area, passing a few miles to the west.