|Locale||east of Râmnicu Vâlcea|
|Total length||1,440 m|
The Topolog Viaduct is a viaduct east of Râmnicu Vâlcea over the river Topolog. The bridge was opened in 1989.
The viaduct is 1,440 m in length; it has a main height of around 50 m, being constructed out of reinforced concrete.
The Baikonur Cosmodrome is a spaceport in an area of southern Kazakhstan leased to Russia.
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The Lapstone Zig Zag was a zig zag railway built between Emu Plains and Blaxland stations on the Main Western line of New South Wales in Australia. Constructed between 1863 and 1865 to overcome an otherwise insurmountable climb up the eastern side of the Blue Mountains, the zig zag and associated Knapsack Viaduct, a sandstone arch viaduct, were designed by John Whitton, Engineer-in-Charge of New South Wales Government Railways, and were built by William Watkins. The zig zag was listed on the Blue Mountains local government heritage register on 27 December 1991; while the adjacent Knapsack Viaduct was listed on the New South Wales Heritage Database on 2 April 1999. The Lapstone ZigZag was the world-first ZigZag constructed on any main-line railway.
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The Bulandra Theatre in Bucharest, Romania was founded in 1947 as Teatrul Municipal; its first director was Lucia Sturdza-Bulandra, one of the leading Romanian stage actresses of her generation. Liviu Ciulei was director between 1963 and 1972; one of the most important directors since then was Ștefan Iordănescu (1999–2002), who restructured the theatre management. From 2002 until his death in 2019, the theatre was directed by Alexandru Darie; as of 2020, the director is Vlad Zamfirescu.
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Topolog is a commune in Tulcea County, Northern Dobruja, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Calfa, Cerbu, Făgărașu Nou, Luminița, Măgurele, Sâmbăta Nouă and Topolog.
Topolog may refer to the following features in Romania:
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