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Temple Terrace is an incorporated city in northeastern Hillsborough County, Florida, USA, adjacent to Tampa. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 24,541. It is the third and smallest incorporated municipality in Hillsborough County. (Tampa and Plant City are the others.) Incorporated in 1925, the community is known for its rolling landscape, bucolic Hillsborough River views, and majestic trees; it has the most grand sand live oak trees of any place in central Florida and is a Tree...
 Rum Cay (formerly known as Mamana and Santa Maria de la ConcepciOn) is an island and district of the Bahamas. It measures 30 square miles in area, it is located at Lat.: N23 42 30 - Long.: W 74 50 00. It has many rolling hills that rise to about 120 feet (37 m). The island is believed to have acquired its modern name from a shipwrecked cargo of rum. The main settlement is Port Nelson. Its population was recorded as 30 as of 2013. Before 1996 the island was part of a combined district of San Salv...
 
Subdivisions in Dougherty County, Ga, Albany, Georgia metropolitan area, Geography of Dougherty County, Georgia, Georgia (U.S. state) geography stubs, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from September 2011, Articles with topics of unclear notability from September 2011, All articles with topics of unclear notability, Articles that may contain original research from September 2011, All articles that may contain original research, Coordinat... 
The Port of Charleston is a seaport located in South Carolina in the Southeastern United States. The ports facilities span three municipalities � Charleston, North Charleston, and Mount Pleasant � with five public terminals owned and operated by the South Carolina Ports Authority. These facilities handle containers; motor vehicles; and other rolling stock, non-containerized goods and project cargo, as well as Charlestons cruise ship operation. Additional facilities in the port are privately ...
 The Blackwater River State Forest is in the U.S. state of Florida. The 189,848 acre (768 km²) forest is located in the panhandle, northeast of Pensacola. Blackwater River State Forest is one of the largest state forests in Florida, and is named for the Blackwater River, which begins to the north in Alabama and meanders approximately 30 miles (48 km) southwestward through the forest into Blackwater Bay, near Milton, Florida. The Blackwater River is one of the few shifting sand bottom streams whi...
 
Buckhead is an affluent uptown district of Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, comprising approximately the northern fifth of the city. Buckhead is a major commercial and financial center of the Southeast, and it is the third-largest business district in Atlanta, behind Downtown and Midtown. The districts highrise office buildings, hotels, and condominiums form a highly urbanized core along Peachtree Road. Surrounding this dense core are Buckheads suburban neighborhoods, which feature large single-...
 Rowland Main Street Historic District is a national historic district located at Rowland, Robeson County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 35 contributing buildings and 1 contributing structure in the central business district of Rowland. It includes buildings built between about 1891 to 1954 in a variety of popular architectural styles including Bungalow American Craftsman. Notable buildings include the S.L. Adams Grocery and General Store (1891), Hedgepath and Chitty Clothing and Shoe ...
Basketball venues in North Carolina, Charlotte 49ers basketball venues, Charlotte Bobcats venues, Charlotte Checkers, College basketball venues in the United States, Indoor ice hockey venues in the United States, National Basketball Association venues, Rodeo venues, Sports venues in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sports venues completed in 2005, Event venues established in 2005, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from December 2014, All articles needing additional references,...Time Warner Cable Arena (originally Charlotte Bobcats Arena and commonly The Hive, Time Warner Arena, or The Cable Box), is an entertainment and sports venue, located in center city Charlotte, North Carolina. It is owned by the city of Charlotte, and operated by the Charlotte Hornets of the NBA. It made its grand opening in October 2005 as the Charlotte Bobcats Arena, with a concert by the Rolling Stones and hosted its first Bobcats game on November 5, 2005. The arenas center-hung video screen, ...
 The Richmond Hill Inn is a 25 room Inn located on the Historic Richmond Hill estate in North Carolina. It had a Queen Anne style mansion that was built in 1889 and has now been gutted by the arson fire. It served as the private residence of ambassador and congressman Richmond Pearson. Its name derives from a combination of its builder, Richmond Pearson, and the designer, James G. Hill. At the time of its construction, the mansion was one of the most elegant structures in Asheville, with running ...
Historic districts in North Carolina, Hospital buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Raleigh, North Carolina, Geography of Raleigh, North Carolina, American Craftsman architecture in North Carolina, Queen Anne architecture in North Carolina, Colonial Revival architecture in North Carolina, Research Triangle region, North Carolina Registered Historic Place stubs, Wake County, North Carolina geography stubs, Hidden categori...Dix Hill is the informal name for a high, rolling expanse of land and national historic district located at Raleigh, North Carolina. The district encompasses 18 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 3 contributing structures. It includes notable examples of Colonial Revival, Bungalow American Craftsman, and Stick Style Eastlake Movement architecture. The Dorothea Dix Hospital, a historic institution caring for the mentally ill, was located on the site. The hospital buildings were deve...
Holden-Roberts Farm, also known as Rolling Acres Farm, is a historic home and farm and national historic district located near Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina. The farmhouse was built in 1873-1874, and is a two-story, frame I-house, with modest Greek Revival style detailing. The house is sheathed in weatherboard, has a gable roof, and features two stately single-shouldered end chimneys. Also on the property are the contributing granary (c. 1900), three frame chicken houses (c. 1910),...
The North Alabama Railroad Museum, Inc. is a railroad museum in Chase, Alabama. The museum, incorporated in 1966, is an all volunteer organization. The museum has a collection of rolling stock, a small train station, and a small heritage railroad called the Mercury and Chase Railroad which operates between April and December. The mission of the NARM is to preserve railroad history in North Alabama and South Central Tennessee. It is run entirely by its 100-plus volunteers. The museum is open to t...

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 Glade Spring Commercial Historic District is the downtown core of the Town of Glade Spring, a community of 1,500 residents in northeastern Washington County, Virginia, less than three miles southwest of the Smyth County line. Located on the gently rolling floor of the Valley of Virginia (trending southwest-northeast), the town is surrounded by agricultural lands interspersed with clumps of woodland. The rugged southwest end of Walker Mountain is one mile to the northwest and Little Mountain four...
 
Chicot State Park is located near Ville Platte, Louisiana. This wildlife reserve of South Central Louisiana features 6,400 acres (26 km2) of rolling hills surrounding a 2,000-acre (8 km2) man-made lake^ stocked with bass, crappie (sac-au-lait), bluegill, and red-ear sunfish. Chicot Park offers fishing boat rentals, pavilions, barbecue pits, picnic areas, restrooms, primitive hike-to campsites, lodges, and furnished cabins. The park is home to a number of wild animal species, including whitetail ...
 
Hollywood Cemetery is a large, sprawling cemetery located next to Richmond, Virginias Oregon Hill neighborhood at 412 South Cherry Street. Characterized by rolling hills and winding paths overlooking the James River, it is the resting place of two United States Presidents, James Monroe and John Tyler, as well as the only Confederate States President, Jefferson Davis. It is also the resting place of 28 Confederate generals, more than any other cemetery in the country; these include George Pickett...
 
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Cane Creek State Park is a 2,053-acre (831 ha) Arkansas state park in Lincoln County, Arkansas in the United States. Straddling the Gulf Coastal Plain and the Mississippi Delta, the park includes the 1,675-acre (678 ha) Cane Creek Lake, a wooded lake which borders Bayou Bartholomew, the worlds longest bayou. The park became a reality when the U.S. Department of Agriculture�s Soil Conservation Service said it would provide federal funds to the project in 1973, prompting the Arkansas Game and Fi...
IUCN Category II, Shenandoah National Park, National parks in Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Parks in Augusta County, Virginia, Parks in Albemarle County, Virginia, Parks in Rockingham County, Virginia, Parks in Greene County, Virginia, Parks in Page County, Virginia, Parks in Madison County, Virginia, Parks in Rappahannock County, Virginia, Parks in Warren County, Virginia, 1935 establishments in Virginia, Protected areas established in 1935, Civilian Conservation Corps in Virginia, Hidden cat...Shenandoah National Park encompasses part of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the U.S. state of Virginia. This national park is long and narrow, with the broad Shenandoah River and Valley on the west side, and the rolling hills of the Virginia Piedmont on the east. Although the scenic Skyline Drive is likely the most prominent feature of the Park, almost 40% of the land area 79,579 acres (124.342 sq mi; 32,204 ha; 322.04 km2) has been designated as wilderness and is protected as part of the National ...
 Chester F. Phelps Wildlife Management Area is a protected area located in Fauquier and Culpeper Counties, Virginia. Over 1000 of its 4,539 acres (18.37 km2) are open, having in the past been used for agriculture; additional open areas may be found within the forests on the property. Most of the terrain is rolling, low, and shallow; the steepest land can be seen near the Rappahannock River, now forming a large part of the propertys western border. A number of small streams cross the land, and a 3...

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 Jeptha Knob is the highest point in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. It is located on private property in Shelby County, Kentucky, about eight miles east of Shelbyville near the hamlet of Clay Village and rises some 300 ft (90 m) higher than the surrounding rolling farmland. The Kentucky historical marker at its base calls it a cryptovolcanic structure, but it is now believed to be the result of an asteroid impact some 425 million years ago. There are four points in the area that contend for th...
Historic districts in Kentucky, National Register of Historic Places in Kentucky, Greek Revival architecture in Kentucky, Infrastructure completed in 1790, Houses completed in 1844, Houses in Jefferson County, Kentucky, History of Louisville, Kentucky, Nature reserves in Kentucky, National Register of Historic Places in Louisville, Kentucky, Visitor attractions in Louisville, Kentucky, Protected areas established in 1979, Protected areas of Jefferson County, Kentucky, Nature centers in Kentucky,...Blackacre State Nature Preserve is a 271-acre (110 ha) nature preserve and historic homestead in Louisville, Kentucky. The preserve features rolling fields, streams, forests, and a homestead dating back to the 18th century. For visitors, the preserve features several farm animals including horses, goats, and cows, hiking trails, and a visitors center in the 1844-built Presley Tyler home. The farmhouse is open to the public on Sundays, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., from March through November. The prese...
 
 Milburn is an unincorporated community in Carlisle County, Kentucky, United States. Its elevation is 482 feet (147 m), and it is located at 36°47�55�N 88°53�59�W 36.79861°N 88.89972°W 36.79861; -88.89972 (36.7986679, -88.8997817). Located along Kentucky Route 80 at its junction with Kentucky Routes 1371 and 1377, Milburn lies amid rolling countryside at the headwaters of Guess Creek, a tributary of Bayou du Chien; the nearest point on the Mississippi River is approximately 1...
 
 
 
Burials at Rock Creek Cemetery, Cemeteries in Washington, D.C., Anglican cemeteries, Cemeteries on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C., Rock Creek (Potomac River), Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles to be expanded from January 2011, All articles to be expanded, Articles with empty sections from January 2011, All articles with empty sections, Articles to be expanded from February 2012, Articles with empty sections from February 2012, Commons category wi...Rock Creek Cemetery is an 86-acre (350,000 m2) cemetery with a natural rolling landscape located at Rock Creek Church Road, NW, and Webster Street, NW, off Hawaii Avenue, NE in Washington, D.C.s Petworth neighborhood. It is across the street from the historic Soldiers Home and the Soldiers Home Cemetery. It also is home to the InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington. On August 12, 1977, Rock Creek Cemetery and the adjacent church grounds were listed on the National Register of Historic ...
The Mount Rainier Historic District is a national historic district located at Mount Rainier, Prince Georges County, Maryland, which began as a streetcar suburb located northeast of Washington, D.C. The district was built on a gently rolling rural landscape from about 1900 to 1940. The district contains more than 1,000 buildings, which are modestly scaled, detached, single-family, frame houses sited closely together with common setbacks. It consists primarily of single-family homes, with some sm...
 
 

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Windsor Hills Historic District is a national historic district in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is a cohesive residential suburb defined by rolling topography, winding, picturesque streets, stone garden walls, walks and private alley ways, early-20th century garden apartments, duplexes, and freestanding residences. Structures are predominantly of frame construction with locally quarried stone foundations. Windsor Hills developed over a period from about 1895 through 1929. The dominant ...
 Milford Mill Road, Slade Avenue, and Smith Avenue are a long road mostly in Baltimore County, Maryland that runs through Milford Mill and Pikesville in the suburbs of Baltimore. The road starts out at the light rail stop in historic Mt. Washington Village in Baltimore city as Smith Avenue, and continues through Pikesville up to Seven Mile Lane before its name changes to Slade Avenue, and the road widens to four lanes. The road is known as Slade Avenue until Reisterstown Road, and from there, its...
Rolling Mill Historic District is a national historic district located at Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland. It is a 38-acre (150,000 m2) primarily residential historic district located on the east side of the city of Cumberland. It contains a strong, locally distinctive concentration of wood and brick residences built between the early 1870s and the late 1940s. It also includes a modest commercial area. The district has a total of 173 properties, including the previously listed Francis Hale...
 Black River Coliseum is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. It was built in 1999. It hosts various local concerts and sporting events for the area, including the welcome home show for the legendary Crow and the Rippers circa 2009. Hailed as the finest 120 minuets in Rock n Roll history by Rolling Stone Magazine, where front man Crowdaddy Van Zant and ailing drummer Artimus Scoalfield IV did attempt to set a new land speed record for most autographs in a single setting res...
 
 Long Green Valley Historic District is a national historic district in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. It is an approximately 6,066-acre (24.55 km2) rural agricultural area to the northeast of the city of Baltimore. The valley has a distinct physical unity created by gently rolling fields dotted with crossroads villages such as Glen Arm, Baldwin, and Hydes and farm complexes. Its architecture covers the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries and reflect major architectural styles popula...
Harford Furnace Historic District is a national historic district at Bel Air, Harford County, Maryland, United States. It consists of five standing structures and several archeological sites associated with the operation of the iron furnace which began about 1830 and continued to function until 1876. They cover approximately 30 acres (120,000 m2) of rolling land. The district side is both open and wooded and includes land on both sides of James Run, a small south-flowing tributary of the Bush Ri...
Dunkard Fork Wildlife Management Area is located on 470 acres (190 ha) in Marshall County near Moundsville, West Virginia. Mixed hardwoods cover most of the former Jacob Crow (1815-1901) (later C.C. Mooney [d. 1970] farm, site, whose major focus is a flood control lake on Dunkard Fork Wheeling Creek. The rolling terrain is punctuated with a few highwalls and ponds. Dunkard Fork WMA is located in northeast Marshall County along the Pennsylvania line on County Route 15. Construction of the dam was...
Ohio Stadium, also known as The Horseshoe or The Shoe, is an American football stadium in Columbus, Ohio, United States, on the campus of Ohio State University. Its primary purpose is the home venue of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team and the Ohio State University Marching Band. From 1996�98, Ohio Stadium was the home venue for Major League Soccer team Columbus Crew prior to the opening of Columbus Crew Stadium in 1999. The stadium also was the home venue for the OSU track and field teams...
 
Mt. Cuba Center is a non-profit botanical garden and historical preserve located on Barley Mill Road outside of Hockessin, Delaware, near Wilmington, Delaware, in the gently rolling hills of the Delaware Piedmont. It preserves rural pastures and fields, protects local forests, and includes various woodland wildflower gardens and formal landscapes. Its woodland gardens produce some of the most spectacular displays of wildflowers in the mid-Atlantic region. The Center is open to the public for res...

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 The Rolling Mill Mine was a drift portal coal mine in operation in Johnstown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, operating from approximately 1856 until 1931. It was originally owned by the Cambria Iron Company and was developed in the Westmont hillside across the Conemaugh River from the companys rolling mill. Its portal was near the confluence of the Stonycreek River and Little Conemaugh River. It supplied the bulk of the coal used in the iron and steel making taking place in the city, producing an...
 
 
 
Bridges in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Bridges over the Monongahela River, Bridges completed in 1887, Bridges completed in 1900, Historic American Engineering Record in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks, Road bridges in Pennsylvania, Railroad bridges in Pennsylvania, Pedestrian bridges in Pennsylvania, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles which use infobox templates with no data rows, Pages using Infobox bridge with extra, Commons categ...The Hot Metal Bridge is a truss bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that crosses the Monongahela River. The bridge consists of two parallel spans on a single set of piers: the former Monongahela Connecting Railroad Bridge, built in 1887, on the upstream side and the former Hot Metal Bridge, built in 1900, on the downstream side. The Monongahela Connecting Railroad Bridge carried conventional railroad traffic, while the Hot Metal Bridge connected parts of the J&L Steel mill, carrying crucibles of ...
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  Rolling Oaks was a census-designated place (CDP) in Broward County, Florida, United States. The population was 1,291 at the 2000 census. It was incorporated into the town of Southwest Ranches, Florida in 2000, and is now a neighborhood.  

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