• Soulima Stravinsky

    Sviatoslav Soulima Stravinsky (Russian: Святослав Игоревич Сулима-Стравинский; Polish: Światosław Sulima Igorewicz Strawiński) (23 September 1910 – 28 November 1994) was a Swiss -American pianist, composer and musicologist of Russian, Polish and Ukrainian descent. As a pianist, he was considered an important interpreter of the works of his father, Igor Stravinsky, but as a composer he was overshadowed by his father.

  • Souliya Syphasay

    Souliya Syphasay (born 18 December 1993 in Vientiane, Laos ) is Laoian footballer who plays for home town club Ezra in Lao League as a defender. He is a member of Laos national football team and played at the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup and 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

  • Soulitary

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  • Soulinari

    Soulinari (Greek: Σουληνάρι) is a village in the Greek regional unit of Messenia. It belongs to the Municipality of Pylos-Nestor.

  • Szulimán

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    Souli

    Souli (Greek: Σούλι) is a municipality in Epirus, northwestern Greece. It was originally settled by both Greek and Albanian refugees who sought refuge in the mountainous terrain from the Ottomans, coming from areas such as Laberia in what became Albania and Thesprotia in what became Greece. In early modern times, it was inhabited by about 12,000 Souliotes. After their expulsion the population of the region was significantly reduced. In the 18th and 19th century, the citizens of Souli rebelled against the Ottoman rule.

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