Compostela


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Compostela

(Spanish kɔmpɔsˈtela)
n
(Placename) See Santiago de Compostela
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Contract notice: successive supply of cod for the organizational structure of integrated management of santiago de compostela
The town of Laak in Compostela Valley would be the first extension campus of the Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) to host its agriculture courses.
The province of Compostela Valley was created by virtue of Republic Act No.
DAVAO CITY - Four were killed in Compostela Valley after a landslide hit two houses around 8:30 p.
2 was up in 17 areas in the Visayas and Mindanao on Friday morning as Severe Tropical Storm Vinta moved west over Compostela Valley.
MANyLA (CyHAN)- One government troop soldier and two members of the leftist New People's Army were killed while six others were wounded in a firefight in the southern Philippine province of Compostela Valley on Sunday noon, the military said Monday.
The speed of the Alvia 730 series train was brought down from 192 to 153 km/h just before the train left the tracks on a bend about 3-4 km from Santiago de Compostela station, northwest Spain, at 20:41 local time (18:41 GMT) on Wednesday.
More bodies were retrieved from hardest-hit Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental provinces and six others impacted by Tuesday's storm, the Office of Civil Defense reported.
La Sociedad de Economia Mundial (SEM) ha celebrado la XII Reunion de Economia Mundial (World Economy Meeting XII), que tuvo lugar en Santiago de Compostela los dias 26, 27 y 28 de mayo de 2010 en la Facultad de Ciencias Economicas y Empresariales de la Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.
Visit the region of Asturias, and then travel into Galicia to stay at Santiago de Compostela, the most famous pilgrimage destination in the world.
VARELA OROL, Concha: A Biblioteca Publica da Real Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela y Textos Historicos Fonseca, 2007, 381 pp.
Daniel Giles is walking the Way of St James or Santiago de Compostela to raise money for the family of Steve Gillespie, who died aged 48.