Alqōsh (Syriac: ܐܲܠܩܘ̣ܫ, Judeo-Aramaic: אלקוש, Arabic: ألقوش), alternatively spelled Kar Aqosh, Al-qosh or Alqush, is an Assyrian Christian town in northern Iraq.
The Alqueva Dam is an arch dam and the center-piece of the Alqueva Mutlipurpose Project. It impounds the River Guadiana, on the border of Beja and Évora Districts in south of Portugal.
Alquerque (also known as Qirkat) is a strategy board game that is thought to have originated in the Middle East.
Alquézar (Alquezra in Aragonese) is a municipality in the province of Huesca, in the autonomous community of Aragon, Spain.
The Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zoning Act was signed into California law on December 22, 1972 to mitigate the hazard of surface faulting to structures for human occupancy.
An alquería (Spanish: [alkeˈɾi.a]; Valencian: alqueria [aɫkeˈɾi.a], Portuguese: alcaria [aɫkɐˈɾi.ɐ]; from Arabic al-qarīa, "village, hamlet") in Al-Andalus made reference to small rural communities that were located near cities (medinas).
Alquízar (Spanish pronunciation: [alˈkisar]) is a town and municipality in the Artemisa Province of Cuba.
The simple station Alquería is part of the TransMilenio mass-transit system of Bogotá, Colombia, opened in the year 2000.
The term alqueire is documented in Portugal since the 12th century. It derives from the Arabic al kayl, which designated originally the satchels or baskets carried by pack animals for the transport of goods.
Alquin was a Dutch progressive rock band which released four studio albums in the 1970s. The band split in 1977. They made a comeback in 2003 and in September 2005 they released a new album.