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Naoussa F.C.

Naousa F.C. or F.A.S. Naousa is a Greek professional football club based in Naousa, Imathia, Naousa plays in the Football league 2 which last year emerged local champion (Epsi imathias)

Naousa

Naousa or Naoussa may refer to the following places in Greece:

Naousa, Imathia
Naousa, Imathia

Naousa , officially The Heroic City of Naousa is a city in the Imathia regional unit of Macedonia, Greece with a population of 21,139 (2016). An industrial center since the 19th century, for most of the 20th century the history of Naousa was closely intertwined with that of the Lanaras family, local industrialists who, at the height of their influence, employed almost half of Naousa's population in their textile factories.

Naousa, Paros
Naousa, Paros

Naousa is a village in the Cyclades. It is located in the northeastern corner of the island of Paros, and it has a population of 2,870.

Naousa massacre
Naousa massacre

The Massacre of Naoussa or Destruction of Naoussa was a bloody event of the Greek War of Independence that occurred on 13 April 1822.

Narusawa, Yamanashi
Narusawa, Yamanashi

Narusawa is a village located in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. As of November 2015, the village had an estimated population of 2,921, and a population density of 32.6 persons per km².

Nahusha
Nahusha

Nahusha was a well-known king of the Aila dynasty. He was the son of Ayu, the eldest son of Pururavas and Prabha, the daughter of Svarbhanu.

Nafusa Mountains
Nafusa Mountains

The Nafusa Mountains , Arabic: [جبل نفوسة‎ (Western mountain)) are a mountain range in the western Tripolitania region of northwestern Libya. It also includes their regions around the escarpment formed where the northern end of the Tripolitanian Plateau meets the Mediterranean coastal plain or the Jefara.

Nao Saejima

Nao Saejima (March 23, 1968 – September 29, 2012) was a Japanese AV idol and model of the 1980s and 1990s who also starred in photobooks, V-Cinema, and feature films, including Nikkatsu's Roman Porno series. She died in September 2012 of cancer at the age of 44.

Naosap Lake
Naosap Lake

Naosap Lake is a glacial lake approximately 28 kilometres northeast of Bakers Narrows. As the source of the Mistik Creek, it is part of the Nelson River watershed, in the Hudson Bay drainage basin in the Northern Region of Manitoba, Canada.

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