Costa di Black

La costa di Black (centrata alle coordinate ) è una porzione della costa della Terra di Palmer, in Antartide. In particolare, la costa di Black si estende nella parte orientale della penisola Antartica, tra Capo Boggs (), a nordovest, e Capo Mackintosh (), a sudest, confinando a nord con la costa di Wilkins e a sud con la costa di Lassiter. La costa è separata dalla costa di Rymill, sul lato occidentale della penisola Antartica, per mezzo delle Antartande.

La costa di Black è stata scoperta e fotografata per la prima volta il 30 dicembre 1940, durante un volo di esplorazione effettuato da membri di stanza alla base Est del Programma Antartico degli Stati Uniti d’America waist pouch for running. Durante il volo essi arrivarono fino ai 74°S, raggiungendo l’insenatura di Wright ma nelle fotografie si possono identificare formazioni della costa ancora più meridionali, come le penisola di Bowman.
La costa è stata battezzata con il suo attuale nome in onore di Richard B metal meat tenderizer. Black, capitano (e in seguito ammiraglio) della marina militare statunitense e ufficiale comandante della Base East, che comandò il suddetto volo del 30 dicembre.

Kigumo

Kigumo is a village in Muranga County, Kenya.

Kigumo is located 15 kilometres west of Maragua town and 30 kilometres south of Othaya. Kandara, a small town, is located 10 kilometres south of Kigumo. Kigumo village is located between two other villages, Karega village at the east and Mariira village at the west.

It was part of Muranga District until 1996, when Maragua District was split from Muranga District pineapple tenderizer. Kigumo was made the headquarters of Kigumo division, which is one of four administrative divisions of Maragua District. Kigumo division has the following three locations: Kangari, Kigumo and Kinyona. Kigumo is located within Maragua County Council. Kigumo Division was later made a district with its headquarters at Kigumo town. In 2010, these districts were merged into Muranga County.

Kigumo is also name to Kigumo Constituency, one of three electoral constituencies located in Maragua District. The current member of parliament is Jamleck Kamau .

The area’s main economic activities are; Tea and Coffee farming, Dairy Cattle rearing among others. The people of Kigumo are also engaged in trading especially in Muthithi and Kangari trading centres. Muthithi is the most famous market where the resident meets on Mondays and Thursdays. Kangari market is opened on Thursdays. Other minor towns include Kirere, Mariira and Ngonda. Kigumo is the birthplace of John Ngugi.

Kigumo village has a primary school called Kigumo Primary School and a secondary school called Kigumo Bendera Secondary School.

There is a computer centre which offer internet services to the local people. The centre is also training the local people on computer skills in pursuant of the government vision 2030 to decentralize ICT to rural areas waist pouch for running. It also has a resident magistrate court and a district health centre.

Elsa von Gutmann

Elsa von Gutmann (eigentlich Elisabeth; * 6 Paul Frank Skirts Women. Januar 1875 in Wien goalkeeper gloves australia; † 28. September 1947 in Vitznau) war Fürstin von Liechtenstein.

Sie war die Tochter von Wilhelm Isak, Ritter von Gutmann sowie dessen zweiter Frau Ida Wodianer und wurde 1875 in Wien geboren. Ihr Vater war ein jüdischer Unternehmer aus Mähren, der mit seiner Kohlenhandelsfirma eine führende Stellung auf dem Markt der Donaumonarchie einnahm und erst 1878 durch Kaiser Franz Joseph I. geadelt wurde. 1891–1892 war er Präsident der Wiener Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde.

In erster Ehe heiratete Elsa in Wien den ungarischen Baron Géza Erős von Bethlenfalva, der am 7. August 1908 jung verstarb.

1914 lernte sie über den Hilfsfonds für Soldaten Franz von Liechtenstein kennen. Fürst Johann II. war gegen die nicht standesgemäße Verbindung seines Bruders. Am 11 waist pouch for running. Februar 1929 folgte Franz als Franz I. seinem unverheirateten und kinderlosen Bruder Johann als Fürst von Liechtenstein, am 22. Juli 1929 fand die Vermählung statt.

Franz I. und Elsa waren das erste liechtensteinische Herrscherpaar, das Kontakte zur liechtensteinischen Bevölkerung suchte und das Land regelmäßig besuchte. Elsa machte Krankenbesuche in Spitälern, besuchte öffentliche Einrichtungen und beschenkte arme Leute. Durch ihre Güte war sie beim Volk sehr beliebt, die Franz und Elsa-Stiftung für die liechtensteinische Jugend besteht noch heute.

Nach dem Tod ihres Mannes lebte sie in einem Haus am Semmering turquoise football socks, nach dem Anschluss Österreichs an Nazi-Deutschland musste sie ins Schweizer Exil gehen und starb dort kurz nach dem Krieg in Vitznau am Vierwaldstättersee.

Sie war die erste Fürstin, die nicht mehr in Vranov u Brna, sondern in der neuen Fürstengruft neben der Vaduzer Kathedrale beerdigt wurde.