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- Lubiana a.k.a. Łubiana is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Kościerzyna, within Kościerzyna County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northern Poland. It lies approximately 8 kilometres west of Kościerzyna and 58 km south-west of the regional capital Gdańsk.
- Lubiana is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Pełczyce, within Choszczno County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland. It lies approximately 7 kilometres north-east of Pełczyce, 9 km south-west of Choszczno, and 62 km south-east of the regional capital Szczecin.
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by Edmund Henry Barker
LUBIANA . Capital of Carniola LABRONIs for; LIGURN US LADEBURGUM R LABodU- Ladenburg . NUM . . § LAN castER . - - - - H. }Landshut - ANDSHUTUM + LANTENA- Loudeac . Cu M → • Brehand Lode ACUM .
A Geographical Dictionary, representing the present and ancient names of all the countries, provinces, remarkable cities ... of the whole world ... With a short historical account of the same, etc (1693)
bach, Loybach, Laubach, Labacum, Naupor, tus, a City of Carniola, called by the Italians Lubiana. It is feated upon a River of the fame Name, which after a fhort course, falls into the Save. It stands nine German Miles from Trieste to the NorthEast, and fifteen from Villach a Town of Carinthia to the North-West. Made a Bishops See by Pope Paul II. under the Patriarch of Aquileja in 1468. together with Cita Nova, (a place distant from it about fixteen Miles to the South;) ond since this ...
by Peter Childs, Michael Storry
including Frank Bowling, Gavin Jantjes, Sokari Douglas Camp, Lubiana Himid, Marlene Smith, Sonia Boyce and Keith Piper. Several new magazines (such as Black Phoenix and Black Arts in London) were also founded at this time, and galleries opened (Black Arts Gallery and Creation for Liberation, both in 1983). Important initiatives in film were the Black Audio Film Collective and True Corner Productions, an independent black film company established by Rosemary Boateng, ...
A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All the Countries, Provinces, Remarkable Cities ... (1688)
And Rivers of the Whole World: Their Distances, Longitudes and Latitudes by Edmund Bohun
Lubiana, Labachum. See Labach, a City in Carniola. Lublin, Lublina, a City of the Lesser Poland, the Capital of a Palatinate of the same Name, upon the River Bistrico, twenty four miles from Warsaw to the South, twelve from Chelm to the West, thirty six from Cracott to the SouthEast, and seventy from Vilna. It is a neat, spruce populous City, and has a Castle seated on a Hill. The Palatinate of Lublin is one of the three which constitute the Leffer Poland, and lies between Mtzovia, ...
A New Classical Lexicon of Biography, Mythology, and Geography, including the pronunciation of proper names supported by authorities, etc (1858)
by Thomas Swinburne CARR
Labacum, Lubiana, Laybach, Germany. Lauretum, Loretto, Italy. Laus Pompeia, Lodi, Italy. Legio, Leon, Spain. Leida, Lugdunum Batavorum, Leyden, Holland. Lemovicense Castrum, Ratiastum Lemovicum, Augustoritum Pictonum, Limoges, France. Leodium, Leodicum Eburonum, Liège, Netherlands. Leucopetra, Weissenfels, Prussian Saxony. Ligurnus, Liburnus, Labronis Portus, Livorno, s. Leghorn, Tuscany. Lingones, Langres, France. Londinum, Londonia, Augusta Trinobantum, ...
A New Geographical Dictionary ... to which is now added the latitude and longitude of the most considerable cities and towns,&c., of the world, omitted in the first publication, etc (1738)
LUBIANA : V. Laubach. LUBLIN, a Pal. of Up. Poland, W. of that of Sendomire, there is little confiderable in it; but the Ts of Kazimiers, Piotrowin, and LUBLIN, the Cap. of the Pal. on the little R. Wiffricza, 16 Lea. fr. Sendomir to the N. E. & 29 S. E. of War/aw. LUBLO, LUBLAW, LUBOWLA, a T. of the Pal. of Cracow in Poland, on the R. Propuci, 5 Lea. above Sandec, towards the Bor. of Hungary, & 47 N. E. of Buda. LUC, a T. of Dauphine in France, on the R. Drome, 5 Lea.
Lubiana», or'.Ladanum, a kind of (weer Gumtn, V_taken from the leaves of a certain (mail lhrub,called Ciflaa Ledlm. -Lrbefdëîiom ( hat.)a'n eufeebl ing or making Weak. f t Labelr,Ribbands hanging o'own upon Gar~ lands , or Crowns, made oi flowers : allo, littlc pieces ...
Ljubljana (LUBIANA, German LAIBACH), DioCESE of (cf. C. E., VIII–743c), bishopric in Jugoslavia, rightfully still a suffragan of Gorizia ( Gorica, Gorz), but in fact now separated from that metropolitan see which belongs to Italy.
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1922)
Supplement. I- by Charles George Herbermann
Ljubljana (Lubiana, German Laibach), Diocese of (cf. C. E., VIII-743c), bishopric in Jugoslavia, rightfully still a suffragan of Gorizia ...
A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical and Historical of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by J. R. M'Culloch (1846)
LubIana, an. Emma). a city of the ...
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