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- Navas a.k.a. Navàs is a town and municipality in the province of Barcelona and autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain. The municipality covers an area of 80.6 square kilometres and as of 2011 had a population of 6,171 people.
- also known as 纳瓦斯
- part of Spain
- Navas is a Barcelona Metro station located in the Sant Andreu district of Barcelona, served by L1. It opened in 1953. The name refers to carrer Navas de Tolosa, and the station was originally called Navas de Tolosa until it adopted its current name in 1982.
There are other places with in their name, like Calle Navas, Porth Navas, Navas de Oro, Navas del Rey, Cerro de Navas, Navas de Bureba, Navas de Estena, Navas De Riofrío, Navas de Jorquera, navas de san juan, navas del madroño, Valle de las Navas, Navas de San Antonio, Las Navas de Jadraque, las navas del marqués, las navas de la concepción and lozoyuela-navas-sieteiglesias.
Who is Navas?
Navas a.k.a. Kalabhavan Navas is an actor.
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- Navas is a fictional character from the 2013 film Combustion.
- Navas is a fictional character from a 2013 film Red Wine.
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Entomological News, and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1910)
buenoi Navas is a synonym of P. delicatulus. In a monograph of the family ...
Jug Navas is a series of palaces, galleries, gardens, and fountains, the work of Rana Juggut Sing. Jug Munder seen at a distance over the calm surface of the lake, is like a fairy mirage with its line of domes and palm trees reflected in the water ...
Entomological News (1910)
bucnoi Navas is a synonym of P. delicatulus. In a monograph of the family Nemopteridae (Mem. Real. Acad. Cien. Artes, Barcelona , VIII.
Lonely Planet Montreal (2004)
by Jeremy Gray
Venezuela-born Jose Navas is a formidable soloist as well as choreographer of Compagnie Flak. The mid-sized companies are more dependent on local performances for revenue, and tend to be started in order to qualify for operating grants.
by Anthony Ham
The latter congregate on the Calle de Elvira, while the Realejo draws a hipper crowd (Calle Navas is a good place to start), and the centre, near Plaza Nueva, has some excellent vintage bars. Cave clubs in Sacromonte are known for flamenco ...
Music News (1912)
Navas is a serious player, earnest, but lacking the spark that carries music beyond the footlights. t; b. b Mrs. David Allen Campbell of Kansas City has purchased the Western Musical World and will use it as an organ for women's clubs.
Jug Navas is a series of palaces, galleries, gardens and fountains, the work of Rana Juggut ...
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Cabralis gloriosus Navas is a mostly white species which flutters around in fairly dense and ...
by Ian Richard Netton
NAVAS. DE. TOLOSA,. BATTLE. OF. Fought between the Berber-led Almohad Empire and the combined Christian forces of Leon, Castile, Navarre and Aragon. The Christians attacked the massive Muslim army of Muhammad bin Yaaqub on ...
by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
f On the part of the Christians, the Battle of Las Christian Navas de Tolosa, (called Alacab by the Moors,) has accounts of been ...
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Luis Navas InglesIII Ibim international language
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