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Nadur Youngsters F.C.

Nadur Youngsters Football Club is a Maltese Football Club from the village of Nadur, on the island of Gozo, Malta. The club was founded in 1958 and won the Gozo Football League twelve times and has achieved the Golden Star for sports excellence.

Nadur
Nadur

Nadur is a village in Gozo, Malta. It had a population of 4509 as of March 2014.

Nadurveni vuglishta

"Nadurveni vuglishta" is the fourth album by the Bulgarian rock band Hipodil, released on 25 November 1998 under the Riva Sound label, the band's fourth with the company. The name is a pun – in Bulgarian Nadurveni vuglishta means "Horny charcoal", but if written separately, as in Na durveni vuglishta, it will still sound like the first version, but the meaning will be quite different – "Roasted on charcoal".

Nadur Carnival
Nadur Carnival

The Nadur Carnival is unique among the many manifestations of Carnival. It is not organized by any committee and subsequently no rules apply.

Nadur Tower
Nadur Tower

Nadur Tower is a small watchtower in Binġemma Gap, limits of Rabat, Malta. It was completed in 1637 as the third of the Lascaris towers.

Nadur (Orathanadu)

Nadur is a village in the Orathanadu taluk of Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India.

Nadurra

Nadurra is the eighth studio album by folk rock band Capercaillie. It was released in 2000.

Nadur Monji
Nadur Monji

Nadur Monji is a fried snack prepared from lotus stem (Naduru) and gram flour. With its origins in Kashmir it is found across South Asia.

Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul, Nadur
Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul, Nadur

The Basilica of St Peter and St Paul is a Roman Catholic minor basilica located in Nadur, Gozo in Malta. The church also serves as the parish church of the village of Nadur.

Ramla Right Battery
Ramla Right Battery

Ramla Right Battery , also known as Gironda Battery (Maltese: Batterija ta' Gironda) or Nadur Battery (Maltese: Batterija tan-Nadur), was an artillery battery in Ramla Bay, limits of Nadur on the island of Gozo, Malta. It was built by the Order of Saint John in 1715–1716 as one of a series of coastal fortifications around the Maltese Islands.

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