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Garde (other)
Garde may refer to: Places *Garde, Spain, town and municipality in Navarre, Spain *Garde, Tibet, village in Tibet *Gârde, a village in Bistra Commune, Alba County, Romania *Gärde, an area in the north of Offerdal, Jämtland, Sweden *Garde, Gotland, a settlement on the Swedish island of Gotland Other uses *Garde (surname) *Škoda Garde, car produced by Škoda Auto See also *Bière de Garde, farmhouse beer style from Northern France *La Garde (other) *Lagarde (other) *Legarde (other) *LGarde (company) {{disambiguation, geo ...
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Garde, Spain
Garde is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre, northern Spain. References External links GARDE in the Bernardo Estornés Lasa - Auñamendi Encyclopedia (Euskomedia Fundazioa) Municipalities in Navarre {{navarre-geo-stub ...
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Garde, Tibet
This is an alphabetical list of all populated places, including cities, towns and villages, in the Tibet Autonomous Region of western China. A *Alamdo *Alhar *Arza *Asog B *Baga *Bagar *Baidi *Baima *Baimai *Baixoi *Bamda *Banag *Banbar *Banggaidoi *Bangkor *Bangru *Bangxing *Baqên *Bar *Bêba *Bei *Bênqungdo *Bilung *Birba *Biru *Bogkamba *Boindoi *Bolo *Bongba *Boqê *Bumgyê *Bungona’og *Bünsum *Burang *Bushêngcaka C *Caina *Cakaxiang *Camco *Cawarong *Cazê *Cêgnê *Cêngdo *Cêri *Cêrwai *Chabug *Chacang *Chagla *Chagna *Chagyoi *Cha’gyüngoinba *Chalükong *Chamco *Chamda *Chamoling *Changgo *Changlung *Changmar *Charing *Chatang *Chawola *Chêcang *Chênggo *Chepzi *Chibma *Chido *Chigu *Chongkü *Chongsar *Chowa *Chubalung *Chubarong *Chuka *Chumba *Chumbu *Chunduixiang *Co Nyi *Cocholung *Codoi *Cogo *Coka *Comai *Cona (Tsona) *Co’nga *Congdü *Conggo *Coqên *Coyang *Cuoma *Cuozheqiangma D *Dagdong *Dagmo *Dagri *Dagring *Dagzhuka *Dakyung *Damdoi ...
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Bistra, Alba
Bistra (german: Bistrau; hu, Bisztra) is a commune located in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. It has a population of 5,066. It is composed of 35 villages: Aronești, Bălești, Bălești-Cătun, Bârlești, Bistra, Cheleteni, Ciuldești, Crețești, Dâmbureni, Dealu Muntelui, Durăști, Gănești, Gârde, Hodișești, Hudricești, Lipaia, Lunca Largă, Lunca Merilor, Mihăiești, Nămaș, Novăcești, Perjești, Poiana, Poiu, Rătitiș, Runcuri, Sălăgești, Ștefanca, Țărănești, Tolăcești, Tomnatec, Trișorești, Vârși-Rontu, Vârșii Mari and Vârșii Mici. The commune is situated in the northwest corner of Alba County. It covers a surface of 138 km2 (about 1.8% of the total area of the county), making it the largest commune in Romania by surface area. Bistra is crossed from West to East for a length of 7 km by the Arieș river. It is surrounded to the SE by the Trascău Mountains, the SW by the Metaliferi Mountains and to the NE by the Gilău Mountains, with Munte ...
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Alba County
Alba County () is a county (județ) of Romania located in the historic region of Transylvania. Its capital is Alba Iulia, a city with a population of 63,536. Name "Alba", meaning "white" in Latin and Romanian, is derived from the name of the city of Alba Iulia. In Hungarian, the county is known as ''Fehér megye'' (fehér also meaning white), and in German as ''Kreis Karlsburg''. Demographics In October 31, 2011, it had a population of 327,224 and the population density was 52/km². * Romanians - 89.9% * Hungarians - 4.8% * Romani - 4.7% * Germans (Transylvanian Saxons) - 0.2% Geography This county has a total area of 6,242 km², with mountains occupying about 59% of its surface. The Apuseni Mountains are in the northwest; the northeastern side of the Parâng group - the Șureanu and Cindrel Mountains - are in the south. In the east there is the Transylvanian Plateau with deep but wide valleys. The three main elements are separated by the Mureș River valley. The main ...
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Gärde
Gärde is a locality in the north of Offerdal in the historical province Jämtland in the middle of Sweden. Gärde is situated in Krokom Municipality, 70 kilometres northwest of Östersund, the capital of Jämtland. Gärde is a traditional village in a genuine agricultural area with a long history. The name of the village has been known since 1553. Petroglyphs on the river of ''Gärdesån'' in Gärde were made approximately 7 000 years ago. The carvings consist primely of moose and belong to the oldest petroglyphs in Sweden. Gallery File:Hällristning Gärde.jpg File:Hällristning Gärde litet djur.jpg File:Hällristning Gärde spår.jpg References * ''En bok om Offerdal'' (A Book about Offerdal), ed. by Offerdals hembygdsförening, 1957-1964. * Curt Lofterud: ''Offerdal - Sevärt i Krokoms kommun'', part 7. External links Tångeråsen & Gärde(local website, in Swedish)Petroglyphs in Gärde(Photo from the Jamtli museum)A farm in Gärde(Photo from the Jamtli museum) {{DE ...
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Garde, Gotland
Garde () or Garda is a populated area, a ''socken'' (not to be confused with parish), on the Swedish island of Gotland. It comprises the same area as the administrative Garde District, established on 1January 2016. Geography Garde is the name of the socken as well as the district. It is also the name of the small village surrounding the medieval Garde Church, sometimes referred to as ''Garde kyrkby''. It is situated in the eastern part of Gotland. One of the largest cairns on Gotland, the Digerrojr (not to be confused with the eponymous cairn in Alskog) or Graips rojr, is in Garda. It is approximately high and in diameter. It is surrounded by standing stones and a rock that is thought to have been used for some kind of sacrifices. , Garde Church belongs to Garde parish, along with the churches in Etelhem, Alskog, Lye and Ardre. One of the asteroids in the asteroid belt, 10808 Digerrojr, is named after the Digerrojr cairn in Garde. References External links *Objects from G ...
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Garde (surname)
Garde is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: *Adele De Garde, American actress *Betty Garde (1905–1989), American actress *François Garde (born 1959), French writer and civil servant *Giedo van der Garde (born 1985), Dutch race car driver *Rémi Garde (born 1966), French footballer *Thomas Vilhelm Garde (1859–1926), Danish naval officer and Arctic explorer *Etienne Gardé (born 1978), German presenter and comedian See also * Daniel Vangarde (born 1947), French songwriter {{surname, Garde ...
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Škoda Garde
The Škoda Garde (Type 743) is a rear-engined, rear-wheel drive coupé that was produced by Czechoslovakian manufacturer AZNP between 1981 and July 1984. It was initially manufactured in Kvasiny from September 1981 to May 1982 - with production moving to Bratislava in May 1982 – becoming the first mass-produced car in Slovakia. The Garde is a 2-door coupé derived from the Škoda 120 LS 4-door saloon, powered by the same 1.2-litre (1174 cc) engine producing . References External links Skoda Vintage website Garde Cars introduced in 1981 1980s cars Rear-engined vehicles {{Modern-auto-stub ...
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Bière De Garde
175px, ''3 Monts'', a Bière de Garde Bière de Garde ("beer for keeping") is a strong pale ale or keeping beer traditionally brewed in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France. These beers were originally brewed in farmhouses (they are known as Farmhouse ales) during the winter and spring, to avoid unpredictable problems with the yeast during the summertime. Farmhouse production is now supplemented by commercial production, although most Bière de Garde brewers are small businesses. Typically, beers of this tradition are of a copper colour or golden colour, and as the name suggests the origins of this style lies in the tradition that it was matured or cellared for a period of time once bottled (and most sealed with a cork), to be consumed later in the year, akin to a Belgian Saison. Most varieties are top-fermented and unfiltered, although bottom-fermented and filtered versions exist. Particularly authentic products, using only regional ingredients, are entitled to use the ''Appellat ...
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La Garde (other)
La Garde is the name of several places: France La Garde or Lagarde is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: * La Garde, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence ''département'' * La Garde, Isère, in the Isère ''département'' * La Garde, Var, in the Var ''département'' * La Garde-Adhémar, in the Drôme ''département'' * La Garde-Freinet, in the Var ''département'' * Lagarde, Ariège, in the Ariège ''département'' * Lagarde, Gers, in the Gers ''département'' * Lagarde, Haute-Garonne, in the Haute-Garonne ''département'' * Lagarde, Hautes-Pyrénées, in the Hautes-Pyrénées ''département'' * Lagarde, Moselle, in the Moselle ''département'' * Lagarde-d'Apt, in the Vaucluse ''département'' * Lagarde-Enval, in the Corrèze ''département'' * Lagarde-Hachan, in the Gers ''département'' * Lagarde-Paréol, in the Vaucluse ''département'' * Lagarde-sur-le-Né, in the Charente ''département'' United States * La Garde Township, Minnesota ...
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Lagarde (other)
Lagarde may refer to: Places in France * Lagarde, Ariège * Lagarde, Haute-Garonne * Lagarde, Gers * Lagarde, Moselle * Lagarde, Hautes-Pyrénées * Lagarde-d'Apt, Vaucluse département * Lagarde-Enval, Corrèze département * Lagarde-Hachan, Gers département * Lagarde-Paréol, Vaucluse département * Lagarde-sur-le-Né, Charente département People * Lagarde (surname), list of people named Lagarde with Wikipedia articles Wine * Lagarde (winery), Mendoza, Argentina See also * La Garde (other) * Legarde (other) * Garde (other) * LGarde (company) * Thompson-LaGarde Tests, a series of military tests that led to the adoption of the .45 ACP Cartridge. {{disambiguation, geo ...
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Legarde (other)
Legarde or Le Garde or variant thereof, may refer to: * Christine Lagarde (born 1956), French lawyer and politician, Managing Director (MD) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 2011 * The LeGarde Twins (born 1931), Tom Legarde and Ted Legarde, Australian musicians * Elias Legarde (1593-1670), aka ''Legardo'', an early Jew in the American Colines * Battle of Legarde (17-18 June 1940), German invasion of France battle in WWII, near Lagarde, Moselle, France * ''Fort Legarde'', Languedoc-Roussillon, France, a star fort, see List of star forts * ''Legarde'', a former township in Ontario, see List of townships in Ontario See also * Garde (other) * Lagarde (other) * La Garde (other) * Legard (surname) * LGarde (company) {{disambig Disambiguation pages ...
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