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- See also Dunino, Poland. Dunino is a village and parish in the East Neuk of Fife. It is 10 km from the nearest town, St Andrews, and 8 km from the fishing...
- For the village in Scotland, see Dunino. Dunino ([duˈninɔ]; German: Dohnau) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Krotoszyce, within Legnica...
- Royal Naval Air Station Dunino or more simply RNAS Dunino (HMS Jackdaw II) is a former Fleet Air Arm base located 1.8 miles (2.9 km) west of Kingsbarns...
- Crossgates Culross (Perthshire) Cults Cupar Dairsie Dalgety Dunbog Dunfermline Dunino Dysart Elie Falkland Ferry Port on Craig Flisk Forgan Freuchie Glenrothes...
- This is a list of listed buildings in the parish of Dunino in Fife, Scotland. The scheme for classifying buildings in Scotland is: Category A: "buildings...
- with Donau All pages with titles containing Donau Danube (disambiguation) Dunino, Poland (German: Dohnau), a village in Gmina Krotoszyce, Lower Silesian...
- schooner wrecked in 1835 RNAS Crail (HMS Jackdaw), a stone frigate RNAS Dunino (HMS Jackdaw II), a stone frigate This article includes a list of ships...
- intermediate stages. One of the largest halloysite deposits in the world is Dunino, near Legnica in Poland. It has reserves estimated at 10 million tons of...
- Lossiemouth (HMS Fulmar) Lossiemouth, Moray 1946 -1972 HMS Jackdaw II, Dunino Kingsbarns Fife Satellite airfield of Crail RNAS Donibristle, Fife 1917–1959...
- Pictish equivalent of Welsh din-y-faes ("fort of the field"). Dunimarle, Fife Dunino, Fife Dunipace, Stirlingshire - Brittonic equivalent of Welsh din-y-bas...