Matamata


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Ma`ta`ma´ta


n.1.(Zool.) The bearded tortoise (Chelys fimbriata) of South American rivers.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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With the rain lashing down in Matamata, New Zealand, stocking-clad Sophia had to scour the store for replacements but found only a pair of old "nana" shoes.
The following day was a two-hour drive to Hamilton, a city in the Waikato region of New Zealand's North Island where we visited the Zealong Tea Estate, the only commercial tea-producing estate in the country and then to Matamata for a fun visit to the Hobbiton, the scene where The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings movies were filmed.
First stop before Rotorua was the Hobbiton Movie Set in Matamata, where Tolkien's fictional Shire was created in existing rolling hills.
The intriguing set of Hobbiton in Lord of the Rings is located 10km southwest of Matamata in Waikato, New Zealand.
The tracks are "Miner" (4:03), "Blockchainz" (3:29), "Perbatasan" (3:39), "Cleaner" (3:33), "Fenomena" (2:56), "Halcyon" (4:04), "Senescence" (4:11), "Salarymen" (4:28), "Glass Seagulls" (3:47), "Matamata" (4:18), "Chatarreros" (4:23), and "Night X" (2:38).
El impacto en Chile de una dictadura militar (1973-1990) revela como se reforzo una elite economica, politica y social que sigue ejerciendo una influencia desproporcionada en todo ambito (Delano & Traslavina, 1989; Matamata, 2015).
Our weeklong road trip, which started at the top of North Island, also included a stop likely more known to Filipino tourists: the Hobbiton film set in Matamata, a two-hour drive from Auckland.
It is anticipated the tourism boost to West Kerry could mirror what the Lord Of The Rings did for Matamata on New Zealand's North Island and what The Game of Thrones has done for Northern Ireland.
The ride goes through the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula, exploring the wilderness of the North Island from the bustling city of Auckland to the small town of Matamata, famous for the Hobbit village that featured in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy.