Saipa Tehran Volleyball Club (formerly known as Saipa Alborz) is an Iranian professional volleyball team based in Tehran, Iran. They compete in the Iranian Volleyball Super League.
For the automobile company, see SAIPA.Saipa Football Club is a football club from Tehran, Iran. The team is owned by SAIPA, an Iranian automobile manufacturer.
Saimaan Pallo is an ice hockey team in the Finnish Liiga. They play their home games at Kisapuisto in Lappeenranta, Finland.
The Saipan incident was a public quarrel in May 2002 between Republic of Ireland national football team's captain Roy Keane and manager Mick McCarthy when the team was preparing in Saipan for its matches in Japan in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. It resulted in Keane, a key player, being sent home from the squad.
Saipa Tehran Athletic and Cultural Club is an Iranian multisport club based in Tehran and Karaj, Iran. The club was founded in 1989.
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Astara ; Persian: آستارا, also romanized as Āstārā) is a city and capital of Astara County, Gilan Province, Iran. It lies on the border with Azerbaijan Republic and on the Caspian Sea.
Astara is the southernmost rayon in southeastern Azerbaijan.
For the city of Astara across the border in Iran see Astara, Iran.Astara is a city in and the capital of the Astara Rayon of Azerbaijan. Astara is a short walk across the border from Astara, Iran.
Astarac is a region in Gascony, a county in the Middle Ages. Astarac was formed as a county out of the partition of the Duchy of Gascony: following the death of García II Sánchez of Gascony, the duchy was partitioned between his sons, with Arnold I, the youngest son, receiving Astarac.
The Astaracian age is a period of geologic time , equivalent with the Middle Miocene and used more specifically with European Land Mammal Ages. It precedes the Vallesian age and follows the Orleanian age.
Astaranga is a fishing and agricultural village and a community development block in Puri district in the Indian state of Odisha. It was a part of 'Lavana Satyagrah' , a nonviolent civil disobedience in colonial India led by Mahatma Gandhi.
Astara Television Tower , is a steel 243.9 m (800 ft) tall Azerbaijani lattice television tower located in the city of Astara, on the southeastern part of the Republic of Azerbaijan, thus the name. Possessing an antenna attached to the tower's pinnacle, which in turn, is guyed on a horizontal cross (4 cross-like steel arms) fixed on the main body of the tower, the Astara TV Tower is used for transmitting FM-/TV-broadcasting, at the same time, for mobile and/or other means of telecommunication.In terms of height, the Astara TV Tower possesses a height of approximately 200 m (656 ft) (excluding the tower's antenna and pinnacle), adding up to a total height of approximately 244 m (801 ft), to be exact, a total height of 243.84 m (800 ft), if the tower's antenna and pinnacle were to be included.