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Numerology information Auckland:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Auckland:
Auckland is a city in North Island, New Zealand. It is situated on an isthmus and is the largest urban region and chief port of the country. The chief exports are frozen meats, dairy products, wool, hides, and iron and steel. Petroleum, iron and steel products, wheat, sugar, and fertilizers are the leading imports. Auckland is also New Zealand's leading industrial center. The chief industries are engineering, motor vehicle and chemical manufacturing, and food processing. It is also a fishing port and the chief base of the New Zealand navy. Maoris and persons of Maori ancestry comprise roughly one seventh of the populace, giving the city the largest Polynesian population in the world. Auckland was founded in 1840 and was the capital of New Zealand from 1841 to 1865. Educational institutions include the Univ. of Auckland and the Auckland Institute of Technology. The Auckland War Memorial Museum has a collection of Maori art. Other sights include a maritime museum and the Sky Tower. The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, based in Auckland, won the America 's Cup in 1995 and successfully defended in 2000, but lost in 2003. In the area of the city are many extinct volcano cones, including Mt. Eden and Rangitoto.
Auckland and Wellington are the principle cities of New Zealand.
The largest city in New Zealand, situated in the north island. Probably the blindest city in the country to the fact that the rest of the country exists. Aucklanders are very similar to Americans with their one-person SUVs and angry drivers; See JAFA.
I don't mind paying for Auckland's roads; Yeah Right. - Tui Ad
The biggest city in New Zealand. By Australian and world standards needs to catch up in terms of public transport and livability, although I think this is starting to happen so I am not bitching too much.
Auckland and Wellington are New Zealand's largest cities.
The most populated city in New Zealand, being about 1.5 million. IT is situated at one of the narrowest points on the North Island, and has been host to such events as the America's Cup. Also know as the City of Sails, for its keen interest in yachting. Many New Zealanders argue that Auckland should, in fact be the Capital City of New Zealand, for its size, growth, infrastructure and sights. It also boasts some of the best golf courses in New Zealand, such as Formosa Auckland Country Club, Gulf Harbour, The Grange...and many many more. Auckland is home to The Warriors League team, and the Auckland Blues, for Rugby Union.
Songs about Auckland:
Auckland to Othe Bluff by Rudy Sunde from the Album Chants de Marins - Sea shanties
Blood (Mt. Smart Stadium - Auckland, New Zealand 3/25/1995) by Pearl Jam from the Album Pearl Jam Twenty Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [+Digital Booklet]
Blue 42 (Live in Auckland, NZ) by Haste The Day from the Album Attack Of The Wolf King (Deluxe Edition) [+video]
Afrophone (Live At The Powerstation, Auckland) 2008 by The Black Seeds from the Album The Black Seeds Live: Volume 1
Arrival In Auckland (Medley) by Rua from the Album Ao Tea Roa
Auckland by Dual II from the Album The Invisibles: Catching Light: Electronica Collection, Vol. 2
Auckland by Hybrido from the Album Atuais Experimentos - Single
Books about Auckland:
Auckland & North Island 1:12,500/1:950,000 Street Map- NZ (International Travel Maps) by ITM Canada (Dec 5, 2008)
Auckland Travel Guide & Surrounding: Best for those staying a couple of days in Auckland by Simon Grant (Jun 19, 2014)
Auckland Travel Map Second Edition (Australia Regional Maps) by Periplus Editors (May 15, 2006)
New Zealand - The Great Walks: Includes Auckland & Wellington City Guides by Alexander Der Stewart (Oct 14, 2009)
Ultimate Handbook Guide to Auckland : (New Zealand) Travel Guide by Sam Enrico (Sep 18, 2014)
Wrecked on a Reef: or, Twenty Months Among the Auckland Isles. A True Story by F E. Raynal and Digital Text Publishing Co. (Jun 13, 2014)
Wallpaper City Guide: Auckland (Wallpaper City Guides) by Editors of Wallpaper Magazine (Nov 21, 2007)
Movies about Auckland:
Virtual Active Auckland and Wellington Run 2012 Unrated - Runtime: 35 mins
Lonely Planet Six Degrees Series 2: Auckland 2006 -
Anywhere Auckland - Season 2 2012 - Runtime: 40 mins Starring: Makenzie Moller; Alycia Chapman; Melanie Creed; Rebecca van Kuyk; Rheia Edgar-Nemec; Brad Stent
Anywhere Auckland - Season 1 2011 - Runtime: 32 mins
Anywhere Auckland - Season 3 2012 - Runtime: 31 mins Starring: Harriet Wilson, Blair Kennedy, et al.
Auckland International Airport Dvd 95 Minutes 2008 -
K-1 World GP 2006 in Auckland Badr Hari, Cyril Abidi, Hiraku Hori NR -
Wiki information Auckland:
The Auckland urban area, in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. Auckland has a population of 1,418,000, which constitutes 32 percent of the country's population. It is part of the wider...
The Auckland Council is the local government council for the Auckland Region in New Zealand. The governing body consists of a mayor and 20 councillors. There are also 149 members of 21 local boards who make decisions on matters local to their...