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  • Har Karkom — Géographie Altitude 1 035 m Massif Har ha Néguev Coordonnées …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Har Nof — ( he. הר נוף, lit. scenic mountain ) is a neighborhood on a hillside on the western boundary of Jerusalem, Israel, with a population of 20,000 residents, primarily Orthodox Jews. [ [http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=955575… …   Wikipedia

  • Har gow — Chino tradicional 蝦餃 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Har gow — Origin Alternative name(s) Xia jiao, also spelled har gau, har kau, har gao, ha gao, ha gow, ha gau, har gaw, ha gaw, har kaw, ha kaw, ha gaau, har cow, har gaau, or other variants …   Wikipedia

  • Har — may refer to:* Har is mountain in Hebrew. * Har is a religious term in Indian religions meaning God, also spelt Hari. * Har is the Greek name for the Egyptian god Horus. * Hár (meaning high ), one of the many names of Odin in Norse mythology. *… …   Wikipedia

  • Har Halutz — ( he. הר חלוץ, lit. Pioneer Hill ), officially known as Halutz ( he. חלוץ, Pioneer ) is a communal settlement in the central Galilee in northern Israel. Har Halutz is located in the rocky terrain of Gush Tefen and belongings to the Misgav… …   Wikipedia

  • Har Brakha — ( he. הַר בְּרָכָה, lit. Mount [of] Blessing) is an Israeli settlement located on the southern ridge of Mount Gerizim at an elevation of 870 metres above sea level, in the West Bank s Samarian mountains near Nablus/Shechem. The village is named… …   Wikipedia

  • Har Nitai — (Mount Nitai, he. הר נתאי) is a mountain west of the Sea of Galilee and north of Tiberias, Israel. Due east of the mountain is Mount Arbel. Har Nitai is named after Nittai of Arbela. When looking southwest from Capernaum, on the shore of the Sea… …   Wikipedia

  • Har Bnei Rasan — (rechts vorne) Höhe 1.072  …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Har Choma — (hebräisch ‏הר חומה‎, was „Mauer Berg“ bedeutet; arabisch ‏جبل أبو غنيم‎ Dschabal Abū Ghnaim) ist eine israelische Siedlung zwischen Jerusalem und B …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Har Govind — Har Gobind in einer Miniatur aus dem 19. Jahrhundert (angefertigt am Hof von Maharaja Narender Singh in Patiala) Har Gobind (* 1595 in Waldali bei Amritsar; † 1644; auch Har Govind) war der sechste Guru der Sikhs. Er war der einzige Sohn des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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