Why is indias location known as strategically central location?
because in last wrestlemania the under taker beat the hhh ... and its streek of 19-0 contineus ...
Prior to and during World War I, Germany and Austria were known as the Central Powers due to their geographic location. Both countries (as well as their eventual ally, the Ottoman Empire) were roughly located in the center of Europe and, what is more, in-between hostile nations to the east and the west.
Santa Ponsa is a town on the island of Majorca, also known as Mallorca. It is located to the south west of both the island itself and of the capital, Palma de Mallorca. Mallorca is one of Balearic Islands which are located to the east of central Spain, which the town of Santa Ponsa faces from its location.
In the year 1066 King Harold of England fought battles at Hastings and at which lesser known location?
Many who are aware of first world war history will say not, he was known as the Butcher of the Somme after giving orders which led to massive casualties, under his command, on the Western Front. Although a statue 'may' be deserved, it should not be at such a central London location, let it be hidden away somewhere
Spain has many famous museums. Some, like El Prado, are well known and open to the public. Others, like the Archivos de las Indias, in Sevilla are only available to scholars. El Archivo de las Indias houses a tremendous amount of the original paperwork generated by Spain's great period of discovery. They are all original documents, very fragile, and irreplaceable.