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Encarnação (Lisbon Metro)

Encarnação is a station on the Red Line of the Lisbon Metro. The station is located under Rua General Silva Freire in the parish of Encarnação, a densely populated residential neighbourhood of northern Lisbon; the station, designed by the architect Alberto Barradas, opened on 17 July 2012 in conjunction with the Moscavide and Aeroporto stations, as part of the expansion of the line to serve Lisbon Portela Airport. 705 Estação Oriente ⇄ Estação Roma-Areeiro 722 Praça de Londres ⇄ Portela - Rua dos Escritores 725 Estação Oriente ⇄ Prior Velho - Rua Maestro Lopes Graça 759 Restauradores ⇄ Estação Oriente 779 Centro Comercial dos Olivais - circulação 781 Cais do Sodré ⇄ Prior Velho List of Lisbon metro stations Media related to Metro station Encarnação at Wikimedia Commons

Llanelwedd

Llanelwedd is a village and community near Builth Wells, in Powys, Wales. It lies within the historic boundaries of Radnorshire. Llanelwedd features the Royal Welsh Showground. Llanelwedd is on the right bank of the Wye concentrated north of Builth Wells. Here meet roads the A470, the A483, the A481. Being more populous, Builth dominates in the general perception of the area, Llanelwedd's main network of streets can be perceived as part of the town rather than its own village. A now dismantled railway runs through the Community following the Wye valley; the local stone is suitable for various uses, the Llanelwedd Quarries dominate the landscape on the north-east side of the village. A Llanelwedd electoral ward exists, which includes the communities of Llanelwedd and Glascwm. At the 2011 Census this ward had a population of 1,206. Since 1999 the ward has elected a county councillor to Powys County Council. Llanelwedd is the site of the Royal Welsh Showground, which hosts a number of attractions during the year as well as the show.

It hosted the National Eisteddfod in 1993. The village church is at the east end of the village, near the junction of the A481 and A483. Llanelwedd has one Primary School - Llanelwedd Church in Wales School; this has 4 mixed age classes - Dosbarth Coch has nursery and reception, Dosbarth Gwyrdd has years 1 and 2, Dosbarth Melyn has years 3 and 4, whilst Dosbarth Glas has years 5 and 6. Apart from the showground, the most visible feature to the passing motorist are the two petrol stations situated on opposite sides of the road. In 2009, these are both Esso brand, the one nearest the Llanelwedd Arms has a Co-operative supermarket on the site. GENUKI Page www.geograph.co.uk: photos of Llanelwedd and surrounding area