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TOWNSHIP IN GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA
Alexandra township; Alexandra, Transvaal; History of Alexandra, Gauteng; Alexandra Township; Alexandra, Johannesburg; Alexandra, Gauteng
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Alexandra Ward, Ipswich         
WARD IN IPSWICH, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND
Alexandra, Suffolk
Alexandra Ward is a ward in the central area of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. It returns three councillors to Ipswich Borough Council.
Alexandra Wedgwood         
ENGLISH ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN AND AUTHOR
Alexandra Mary Gordon Clark; Alexandra Mary Wedgwood; Alexandra Gordon Clark
Alexandra Mary, Lady Wedgwood, (née Gordon Clark; born 30 July 1938) is an English architectural historian and expert on the work of Augustus Pugin. She is the patron of the Pugin Society and the former architectural archivist of the House of Lords.
Kidnapping of Alexandra Măceșanu and Luiza Melencu         
2019 MURDER IN CARACAL, ROMANIA
Draft:Murder of Alexandra Măceşanu; Murder of Alexandra Măceşanu; Murder of Alexandra Măceșanu; Kidnapping of Alexandra Măceșanu
The kidnapping of Alexandra Măceșanu and Luiza Melencu happened in Caracal, Olt County, Romania on 25 July 2019. Romanian police were heavily criticized for taking 19 hours to locate and search the building where she was held captive.

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Alexandra, South Africa

Alexandra, informally abbreviated to Alex, is a township in the Gauteng province of South Africa. It forms part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and is located next to the wealthy suburb of Sandton. It is commonly known as "Gomora" among local residents. Alexandra is bounded by Wynberg on the west, Marlboro and Kelvin on the north, Kew, Lombardy West and Lombardy East on the south. Alexandra is one of the poorest urban areas in the country. Alexandra is situated on the banks of the Jukskei River. In addition to its original, reasonably well-built houses, it also has a large number (estimated at more than 20,000) of informal dwellings or "shacks" called imikhukhu.