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Port Vale
   play at   
Vale Park
Port Vale
   football club is known as   
The Valiants
Mauritius
   has the capital   
Port Louis
In 1736 the French named Port Louis after Louis XV, the king of France. French influence became part of the culture and lifestyle of the city. The population of the city is now largely made up of the descendants of laborers who were hired for labor from India in the 19th century.
Papua New Guinea
   has the capital   
Port Moresby
Port Moresby is the modern capital of Papua New Guinea. Prior to WWII it was the administrative center of the Australian territory of Papua New Guinea. During the war it was the strategic objective of the Japanese forces during the Battle of Coral Sea and the overland through the infamous Kakoda Trail. Although Japanese invasion attempts were unsuccessful, the area was subjected to many air attacks. After the treat of invasion passed, the area became a major staging area and airfield for further operations.
Guernsey
   has the capital   
Saint Peter Port
1803 The first station on the island was established at St Sampson’s with a lifeboat built by Henry Greathead. Guernsey’s capital has been a busy entrepôt since Roman times. Her deep, safe anchorage and relative remoteness from France made St Peter Port the Channel Islands’ premier port, graced by the wealth of ship builders, privateers and merchant adventurers. Georgian and Regency styles were enriched by an influx of French emigrés, including Victor Hugo, whose influences included Parisian-style urinoirs.
Sahara Oval St. George's
   test cricket ground is in   
Port Elizabeth
Eastern Cape, South Africa was first used for Test cricket on 12th March 1889
2004
   winner of the Australian Rules Premiership was   
Port Adelaide Power
Port Charles
   is a spin-off from   
General Hospital
Chester A. Arthur
   was a   
Collector of the Port of N.Y.
Port Aventura
   is situated in   
Spain
Salou
Port Erin Bay
   is located in   
Isle of Man
Port Erin
Joseph Conrad
   has the epitaph   
"Sleep After Toyle, Port After Stormy Seas, Ease After Warre, Death After Life, Does Greatly Please"
St. Thomas Church, Canterbury England
Carnival
   is held in   
Port of Spain, Lesser Antilles
Explosion of color, calypso music and unbridled excess in celebrations of Creole culture
Port Fairy Folk Festival
   is held in   
Port Fairy Victoria, Australia
Anually attracts over 30,000 fans. This major international and national festival features folk, country, bluegrass, acoustic rock and world music artists in a four day musical extravaganza
Port
   is described as   
Portuguese Blended Dessert Wine
Pas De Deux, Arabesque, Port De Bras
   are all   
Ballet Maneuvers
France
   is the site of   
Bordeaux, Port of the Moon
Sweden
   is the site of   
Naval Port of Karlskrona
Venezuela
   is the site of   
Coro and Its Port
Australia
   is the location of   
Port Campbell National Park
Port
   is defined as (a)   
The Left Side of a Vessel
Sir Anthony Hopkins
   was born in   
Port Talbot, Wales
1937. A distinguished British motion-picture and stage actor
Port Pirie
   is situated in   
South Australia
Diocese
Porto
   is described as   
The Legal Name for a True Port Wines Sold in the United States Since Imitation Ports May Be Labeled As a "port" There .
Ruby
   is described as   
A Style of Port Wine That is Generally Sweet.
Port Lympne Wild Animal Park
   is found in   
England
Port Lympne, Kent, England
Spring and Port Wine (1970)
   starred   
James Mason, Susan George and Diana Coupland
Director: Peter Hammond. Also starred Rodney Bewes, Hannah Gordon & Len Jones. Plot: A stern father and lenient mother try to deal with the ups and downs of their four children's lives in working class Bolton.
Spring and Wine Port (1970)
   has the tagline   
If You Get the Better of Me Lass, You'll Be the First in This House That Has!
Port Salut
   cheese comes from   
France
Brittany
Girl of the Port (1930)
   starred   
Sally O'Neill, Reginald Sharland and Mitchell Lewis
Director: Bert Glennon. Also starred Duke Kahanamoku, Donald MacKenzie & Renée Macready
Port of Shadows
   was the English title of   
Le Quai Des Brumes
1938; screenplay by Jacques Prévert
Port Hedland, Western Australia
   is at   
20°18'S 118°36'E
Australia
Port Moresby
   is at   
9°30'S 147°12'E
Papua New Guinea
Port of Spain
   is at   
10°40'N 61°31'W
Trinidad and Tobago
Port Jackson Shark
   has the Latin name   
Heterodontus Portusjacksoni
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
   is at   
09°24'S 147°08'E
Dublin Port Tunnel
   is located in   
Ireland
4.5 km
Antsiranana Port Lighthouse
   is located in   
Madagascar
1960 - Antsiranana Bay
Port San Juan Lighthouse
   is located in   
Puerto Rico
1908 - San Juan
Port Bouët Lighthouse
   is located in   
Côte D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
1930 - Abidjan
Port Des Morts Island Lighthouse
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
1858 - Wisconsin
Port Said, Egypt
   has this flag:   

Port Au Port Peninsula
   is located in   
Canada
Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador
Aberdulais Falls
   is located in   
Neath & Port Talbot
Home to Europe's largest electricity-generating waterwheel
Sgwd Henrhyd
   is located in   
Neath & Port Talbot
Tallest waterfall in South Wales
Paul Signac
   painted   
Port of La Rochelle
1921, oil on canvas; Musée d'Orsay, Paris
Jumped in Port
   means   
Arrived in Town
Terry Fox
   is buried in   
Port Coquitlam Municipal Cemetery, British Columbia, Canada
National hero, one-legged marathoner, d. 1981
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
   is the capital of   
Port Blair
Port Bredy
   is Thomas Hardy's name for   
Bridport






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