A sitio in the Philippines is a territorial enclave that forms part of a barangay. Typically rural, a sitio's location is usually far from the center of the barangay itself and could be its own barangay if its population were high enough. Sitios are similar to puroks, but the latter are more urban and closer to the center of the barangay, especially the barangay hall. The term is derived from the Spanish word sitio meaning 'place'.
During the Spanish colonial period the colonial government employed the reducción policy, allowing the remapping of various settlements. Several far-flung hamlets were identified, named, and organized into "sitios" so that municipalities and cities could more easily be governed through the barangay system, then known as the barrio system. The sitio does not have an independent administration; it is established purely for organisational purposes.
Bagong Silangan is a barangay located in the 2nd district of Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Nearby barangays are Commonwealth, Batasan Hills and Payatas. Separated by a river in the east, the barangay leads to the Municipality of San Mateo in the province of Rizal.Canlubang
Canlubang is a major industrial zone located in the province of Laguna, southwest of Metro Manila in the Philippines. It was once a hacienda during the Spanish colonial period. Canlubang straddles two component cities of Laguna: Cabuyao, Calamba and the municipality of Silang in Cavite.
The official political unit with the name Canlubang is a barangay in Calamba City, Laguna. It is the largest and most populated barangay in Calamba.
Canlubang covers major industrial zones. It extends as far as Cabuyao and Santa Rosa, Laguna where the Nuvali Evoliving development of Ayala Land is located.Club América
Club de Fútbol América S.A. de C.V., commonly known as Club América or simply América, is a professional football club based in Mexico City, Mexico. Nicknamed Las Águilas (The Eagles), it competes in Liga MX, the top tier of Mexican football. The club was founded in 1916, and since 1959 has been owned by media company Grupo Televisa. The team plays its home games at the Estadio Azteca, the largest stadium in Mexico and Latin America, and the seventh largest association football-specific stadium in the world.The club has a long-standing rivalry with Guadalajara, as both are the most successful and most popular clubs in the country, and are the only clubs to have never been relegated to the second division. Matches between them are known as El Súper Clásico, considered to be the biggest rivalry in Mexico, and one of the biggest in the world. América also play local derbies against Cruz Azul and Club Universidad Nacional.
The club has won a record thirteen league titles, as well as a record six Copa México titles, and five Campeón de Campeones cups. In international competitions, América has ten FIFA recognized club trophies, the most for a club from the CONCACAF region. It has won a record seven CONCACAF Champions Cup/Champions League titles, two Copa Interamericana cups and one CONCACAF Giants Cup.Formoso, Minas Gerais
Formoso is a municipality in northern Minas Gerais state, Brazil. It is located northeast of Brasília, in a pocket where the boundaries of the states of Minas Gerais, Goiás, and Bahia come together.
Formoso is part of the statistical micro-region of Unaí, which consists of the municipalities of Arinos, Bonfinópolis de Minas, Buritis, Cabeceira Grande, Dom Bosco, Formoso, Natalândia, Unaí, and Uruana de Minas. The population of this micro-region was 133,168 (2000) in a total area of 27,653 km2. The population density of the region is very low, 4.82 inhabitants/km2 in 2000.
There are highway connections, MG-400 then GO-108 with Sítio d'Abadia, 14 kilometers to the north in Goiás. From Sítio there are unpaved (2001) highway connections (GO-112) with Alvorada do Norte on the BR-020 highway (Salvador-Brasília), a distance of 69 kilometers.
Formoso is north of the Grande Sertão Veredas National Park, created in 1989. This park is a natural area protecting the flora and fauna of the cerrado, but not open to the public.Ambiente BrasilLagoa do Sítio
Lagoa do Sítio is a municipality in the state of Piauí in the Northeast region of Brazil.List of museums in Nicaragua
There is a wide selection of museums in Nicaragua. This is a list of museums and historical sites throughout the country.Malanday
Malanday is a settlement and one of the constituent barangays in the city of Valenzuela, Metro Manila, Philippines. The name Malanday is said to derive from a phrase meaning 'a bowl plate' in the Filipino language.Nazaré, Portugal
Nazaré (Portuguese pronunciation: [nɐzɐˈɾɛ]) is a Portuguese municipality in Oeste region and Leiria District, in historical Estremadura province of Portugal.
It is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the Silver Coast (Costa da Prata), Portugal. The population in 2011 was 15,158, in an area of 82.43 km². The present mayor is Walter Chicharro, elected by the Socialist Party (Portugal). The municipal holiday is September 8 with the Feasts of Nazaré, a religious and profane festival with processions, bullfights, fireworks, folk dancing and a fair.
The town consists of three neighbourhoods: Praia (along the beach), Sítio (an old village, on top of a cliff) and Pederneira (another old village, on a hilltop). Praia and Sítio are linked by the Nazaré Funicular, a funicular railway.Real Sitio de San Ildefonso
San Ildefonso (Spanish pronunciation: [san ildeˈfonso]), La Granja (pronounced [la ˈɣɾaŋ.xa]), or La Granja de San Ildefonso, is a town and municipality in the Province of Segovia, in the Castile and León Autonomous region of central Spain.
It is located in the foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama mountains, 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Segovia, and 80 kilometres (50 mi) north of Madrid.Serra da Capivara National Park
Serra da Capivara National Park (Portuguese: Parque Nacional Serra da Capivara, IPA: [ˈpaʁki nɐsjoˈnaw ˈsɛʁɐ ðɐ kɐpiˈvaɾɐ], locally [ˈsɛɦɐ da kapiˈvaɾɐ]) is a national park in the Northeastern region of Brazil. The area has many prehistoric paintings.
This area has the largest and the oldest concentration of prehistoric sites in the Americas. Scientific studies confirm that the Capivara mountain range was densely populated in the pre-Columbian Era.Sitio de Xitlapehua
Sitio de Xitlapehua is a town and municipality in Oaxaca in south-western Mexico.
It is part of the Miahuatlán District in the south of the Sierra Sur Region.Sítio Novo
Sítio Novo is a municipality in the state of Maranhão in the Northeast region of Brazil.Sítio Novo do Tocantins
Sítio Novo do Tocantins is a municipality in the state of Tocantins in the Northern region of Brazil.Sítio d'Abadia
Sítio d'Abadia is a municipality in eastern Goiás state, Brazil.Sítio do Mato
Sítio do Mato is a municipality in the state of Bahia in the North-East region of Brazil. Sítio do Mato covers 1,627.776 km2 (628.488 sq mi), and has a population of 13,256 with a population density of 8.1 inhabitants per square kilometer.Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (1977 TV series)
Sítio do Picapau Amarelo is a Brazilian children's television series, which aired on Rede Globo from 1977 to 1986. It was produced in partnership with TVE and MEC, based on the work of Monteiro Lobato. It was inspired by the first live-action version, aired on Rede Tupi between 1952 and 1963.Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (animated TV series)
Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (roughly Yellow Woodpecker Farm or Yellow Woodpecker Ranch) is an animated series loosely based on the eponymous series of books Sítio do Picapau Amarelo by Monteiro Lobato. It was first displayed on January 7, 2012, and it was produced by Rede Globo and Mixer. Each episode of the series took five weeks to get ready and were all based on the book of Reinações Narizinho, published in 1931 by Monteiro Lobato.Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (novel series)
Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (literally translated and roughly known as "the Yellow Woodpecker Farm" or "the Yellow Woodpecker Ranch") is a series of 23 fantasy novels written by Brazilian author Monteiro Lobato between 1920 and 1940. The series is considered representative of Brazilian children's literature and as the Brazilian equivalent to children's classics such as C. S. Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia and L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz series. Lobato's single original adult fiction, a sci-fi novel entitled O Presidente Negro ("The Black President") set in the far future, would not achieve the same popularity of Sítio. The concept was introduced in Monteiro Lobato's 1920 novel A Menina do Narizinho Arrebitado, and was later republished as the first chapter of Reinações de Narizinho, which is the first novel of the actual Sítio series. The main setting is Sítio do Picapau Amarelo, where a boy, a girl and their living and thinking toys enjoy exploring adventures in fantasy, discovery and learning. On several occasions, they leave the ranch to explore other worlds such as Neverland, the mythological Ancient Greece, an underwater world known as the Clear Waters Kingdom, and outer space. Sítio is often symbolized by the character of Emília, Lobato's most famous creation alongside Jeca Tatu.
All the Sítio volumes have been published in other countries, including Russia (as Орден Жёлтого Дятла) and Argentine (as "El Rancho del Pájaro Amarillo"). While this two have the role series translated and adapted, the single volume Reinações de Narizinho was published in Italy, as Nasino. Sítio do Picapau Amarelo has never been translated to English, even though Monteiro Lobato also worked as a translator for numerous foreign novels to Brazilian Portuguese, such as Tarzan of the Apes, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and the two Pollyanna novels.Sítio has also been adapted into two theatrical films in the 1950s and several television series, the most popular being Rede Globo's 1977-1983 and 2001-2007 productions. In 2012, an animated series was produced by Rede Globo and Mixer, visually based on the 2001 version.
Globo retains the rights of Sítio do Picapau Amarelo and publishes the books through its publishing division Editora Globo.Sítio do Quinto
Sítio do Quinto is a municipality in the state of Bahia in the North-East region of Brazil.
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1 Used by ten or more countries or having derived terms. Historical derivations in italics.