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Salomon Islands

The Salomon Islands or Salomon Atoll is a small atoll of the Chagos Archipelago, British Indian Ocean Territory. Description It is located in the Northeast of the Chagos Archipelago, between Blenheim Reef and Peros Banhos. The main islands in the group are Île Boddam, with the former main settlement, and a land area of 1.08 km², and Île Anglaise (0.82 km²), both on the western rim of the reef. There were smaller settlements of Chagossians in Fouquet (0.45 km²) and Takamaka (0.48 km) Islands. Île de la Passe is 0.28 km² in area, and Île Mapou 0.04 km²....

Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild

Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild at 11. rue Berryer in the 8th arrondissement in Paris, France, is a former residence of (1843–1922), the widow of Salomon James de Rothschild of the Rothschild banking family of France. Designed by Leon Ohnet and constructed between 1872 and 1878, it is located in the heart of Paris, near the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. On her death in 1922, the Jewish Adèle von Rothschild bequeathed the property to the French government fine arts administration rather than to her only child, Hélène de Rothschild whom she had disinherited for marrying a Roman Catholic....

Alice Salomon University

The Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Berlin (or ASH) is a vocational university in Berlin, Germany. History The university was founded in 1899 by Alice Salomon, a strong advocate for women's rights and social justice. During its early years it was named the "Social School for Women". It admitted only women applicants until 1945. It was renamed the Alice Salomon School in 1932 in commemoration of Salomon's 60th birthday. In 1933, the Nazi Party came to power and Alice Salomon was banned from the school and a large number of instructors of Jewish descent were fired....

Comodoro D. Ricardo Salomón Airport

Comodoro D. Ricardo Salomón Airport is an airport in Mendoza Province, Argentina serving the city of Malargüe. In 2007, 9,885 passengers used Malargüe International Airport. It has a 1,195 m² passenger terminal, 110,600 m² of runways, and a parking place for 70 cars. History The airport was built in 1947, and re-constructed in 1983. Since 1999, it has been operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000....

Salomonka

Salomonka is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Nowe Miasto, within Płońsk County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland....

Salomons Museum

The Salomons Museum is a museum north of Tunbridge Wells, in southeast England. It preserves the country house of Sir David Salomons, the first Jewish Lord Mayor of London, and of his nephew, Sir David Lionel Salomons, a scientist and engineer. Originally called Broomhill, the house is now called Salomons. The museum is managed by Canterbury Christ Church University. Architecture The house was built in the 1830s by Decimus Burton. It features an extremely tall water tower, magnificent stables, a private theatre and Sir David Lionel's laboratories....

William Salomon House

The William Salomon House was a mansion located on 1020 Fifth Avenue in New York City. It was constructed for William Salomon....

Salomon Glacier

Salomon Glacier is a glacier flowing south into Hamilton Bay, at the east end of South Georgia. Named by the German Antarctic Expedition under Wilhelm Filchner, 1911-12....

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