Imeni Frunze

Imeni Frunze (Russian: и́мени Фру́нзе, lit. named after Frunze) is the name of several rural localities in Russia:

imeni Frunze, Altai Krai, a settlement in Ust-Kazhinsky Selsoviet of Krasnogorsky District in Altai Krai; 52°35′N 86°20′E / 52.583°N 86.333°E / 52.583; 86.333
imeni Frunze, Vladimir Oblast, a settlement in Kameshkovsky District of Vladimir Oblast

See also: Frunze (disambiguation) and Frunzensky (disambiguation)

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Brush Creek, Missouri

Brush Creek is an unincorporated community in Laclede County, in the U.S. state of Missouri.[1]
History[edit]
A post office called Brush Creek was established in 1863, and remained in operation until 1975.[2] The community takes its name from nearby Brush Creek.[3]
References[edit]

^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Brush Creek, Missouri
^ “Post Offices”. Jim Forte Postal History. Retrieved 24 October 2016. 
^ “Laclede County Place Names, 1928–1945 (archived)”. The State Historical Society of Missouri. Archived from the original on 24 June 2016. Retrieved 24 October 2016.  CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)

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Municipalities and communities of Laclede County, Missouri, United States

County seat: Lebanon

Cities

Conway
Lebanon
Richland‡

Villages

Evergreen
Phillipsburg
Stoutland‡

Townships

Auglaize
Eldridge
Franklin
Gasconade
Lebanon
May/Smith
Osage
Phillipsburg
Spring Hollow
Union
Washington

CDP

Bennett Springs‡

Other
unincorporated
communities

Abo
Agnes
Bidwell
Brownfield
Brush Creek
Caffeyville
Carrol Junction
Case
Competition
Delmar
Dove
Drew
Drynob
Eldridge
Falcon
Grace
Hazelgreen
Ira
Lynchburg
Lyons
Morgan
Nebo
Oakland
Origanna
Orla
Pease
Prosperine
Russ
Sleeper
Saint Annie
Southard
Winnipeg

Ghost towns

Atchley
Corkery‡

Footnotes

‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties

Coordinates: 37°36′58″N 92°42′49″W / 37.61611°N 92.71361°W / 37.61611; -92.71361

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Chester teapot

The Chester teapot

The Chester teapot is the World’s Largest Teapot[dubious – discuss], which measures 14 feet (4.3 m) in height and 14 (4.3 m) feet in diameter. Its current location is on the former site of a popular amusement park, Rock Springs Park (1897–1970), off an onramp along U.S. Highway 30 in the City of Chester in Hancock County, West Virginia.

Contents

1 History
2 Gallery
3 See also
4 External links

History[edit]
It was originally brought to Chester in 1938 to represent the largest pottery industry in the world at that time. The teapot was originally a Hires Root Beer sign in the shape of a large barrel and was converted into a teapot upon its arrival in Chester. The teapot underwent restorations in 1990 and 2007 by the citizens of Chester. By coincidence Charles Elmer Hires’ root beer may also have had its inspiration in a kind of herbal tea.

Gallery[edit]

The Chester Teapot at night (2013)

See also[edit]

American tea culture
Teapot Dome Service Station

External links[edit]

Official Chester WV Site – World’s Largest Teapot
History of the World’s Largest Teapot
World’s Largest Roadside Attractions article

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The Northern Panhandle of West Virginia

Counties

Brooke
Hancock
Marshall
Ohio

Communities

Beech Bottom
Benwood
Bethlehem
Bethany
Cameron
Chester
Clearview
Follansbee
Glen Dale
McMechen
Moundsville
New Cumberland
New Vrindaban
Triadelphia
Valley Grove
Weirton
Wellsburg
West Liberty
Wheeling
Windsor Heights

Attractions

Bethany College
Capitol Theatre
Chester Teapot
Grave Creek Mound
Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort
Oglebay Park
Palace of Gold
Tomlinson Run State Park
West Liberty University
West Virginia Independence Hall
West Virginia Northern Community College
West Virginia State Penitentiary
Wheeling Island
Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack
Wheeling Jesuit University
Wheeling Suspension Bridge
The Highlands

Coordinates: 40°36′58″N 80°33′26″W / 40.616119°N 80.557249°W / 40.616119; -80.557249

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