Vineta

Vineta (sometimes Wineta) is the name of a mythical city at the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. The myth evolved around the tradition about the medieval emporium called Jumne, Jomsborg (with which Vineta is sometimes identified), Julin or similar names by the chronicles. == Myth == There are several Vineta myths, all of them having in common an ...
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Vineta

(from the article `Literature`) Works of imagination continued to dominate the sphere of serious literature. Oleg Yuryev completed his prose trilogy with the novel Vineta, which was ...
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Vineta

[board game] Vineta is a strategy board game based loosely on the fabled island of Vineta. In the game, players take on the roles of Norse Gods trying to sink 8 of the 9 districts of Vineta with tidal waves while trying to save their followers. It was published by Winning Moves Games USA in 2008 as the fifth game in its Immortal Eyes line. ...
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Vineta

[Swakopmund] ==Finnish Private School== Finnish missionary children went to school in Swakopmund since 1945. As soon as the construction of the Vineta neighbourhood began, a school building for the Finnish Private School was built in Vineta. The school operated there from 1950 to 1989 excluding the school year 1986–87. The school had grad...
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Vineta

Vineta is a cultivated variety of potato.
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