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Chanthaburi

url email address lat long directions Across the Chanthaburi River (from Si Chan Rd) and left 1 km from the bridge, around 800 m off the main road phone fax hours checkin checkout price content The Rama III-era Ubosot features wall murals on all four sides portraying the story of Lord Buddha with Chinese floral designs as well as illustrations of foreigners. There is also a ubosot of Western architectural influence attesting to Chanthaburi's artistic and cultural contact with the Western world. * Commons:Category:Chanthaburi Wikipedia:Chanthaburi


Lake Louise, Alberta

City . Moreover, in other French-speaking European regions, such as Wallonia (Belgium), the word Château is used with the same definition. In Belgium, a strong French architectural influence is evident in the seventeenth-century Château des Comtes de Marchin (Castle of Modave) and the eighteenth-century Château de Seneffe (Castle of Seneffe). The Icefields Parkway is a highway in length from Lake Louise, Alberta in Banff National Park


Khartoum

its imprint in the hieroglyphic language, the religion of Amon, and building of the pyramids, which were a simplified version of the Egyptian model with no rooms or corridors. The Greek and Roman architectural influence is evident in the pillars of temples and the classical forms of the statues of men and women. The Meroe ruins are a four-hour drive from Khartoum. But there are various other sites in the area, so a two or three day trip should be contemplated, and a knowledgeable guide


Shenzhen

followed a similar three-stage design to that of the Pharos, attesting to the building's broader architectural influence. Petersen A.: ''Dictionary of Islamic Architecture'', page 188. Routledge, 1996. * A replica of the Lighthouse of Alexandria was constructed in the Window of the World Cultural Park in Shenzhen, China. *1963 Turkey on 4 January with Law 3512 signed by President Cemal Gürsel *2002 People's Republic of China (Guangdong and Shenzhen


Quebec City

, such as Wallonia (Belgium), the word Château is used with the same definition. In Belgium, a strong French architectural influence is evident in the seventeenth-century Château des Comtes de Marchin (Castle of Modave) and the eighteenth-century Château de Seneffe (Castle of Seneffe). death_date death_place Quebec City, Quebec occupation novelist, Teacher date of death July 13, 1983 place of death Quebec City


Florence

connections, but also in cultural, humanistic and commercial relations – growing in strength from the 14th century. Italian architectural influence became stronger in the reign of Zsigmond thanks to the church foundations of the Florentine Scolaries and the castle constructions of Pipo of Ozora. The relationship between Hungarian and Italian Gothic styles was a second reason – exaggerated breakthrough of walls is avoided, preferring clean and light structures. The new Italian trend combined


Oslo

. Christian Heinrich Grosch, one of the first architects educated completely within Norway, designed the original building for the Oslo Stock Exchange (1826–1828), the local branch of the Bank of Norway (1828), Christiania Theatre (1836–1837), and the first campus for the University of Oslo (1841–1856). For the university buildings, he sought the assistance of the renowned German architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel. German architectural influence persisted in Norway, and many wooden buildings followed the principles of Neoclassicism. In Oslo, the German architect Alexis de Chateauneuf designed Trefoldighetskirken (Trefoldighetskirken (Oslo)), the first neo-gothic church, completed by von Hanno in 1858. A number of landmark buildings, particularly in Oslo, were built in the Functionalist (functionalism (architecture)) style (better known in the US and Britain as Modernist), the first being Skansen restaurant (1925–1927) by Lars Backer, demolished in 1970. Backer also designed the restaurant at Ekeberg, which opened in 1929. Kunstnernes Hus art gallery by Gudolf Blakstad and Herman Munthe-Kaas (1930) still shows the influence of the preceding classicist trend of the 1920s. The redevelopment of Oslo Airport (Gardermoen) (by the Aviaplan consortium) at Gardermoen, which opened in 1998, was Norway's largest construction project to date. File:Oslo Skyline.jpg Oslo Harbor File:Grand Central Station Oslo Norway photo D Ramey Logan.jpg Grand Central Station at night File:Oslo Opera House seen from Langkaia.JPG The Opera house File:Akershus festning.jpg Akershus fortress File:Frognerkilen - 2011-09-07 at 21-36-46.jpg Fort Oslo Marina File:Oslo Sentralstasjon.JPG Jernbanetorget File:Aker Brygge (with City Hall).jpg Aker brygge File:Astrup Fearnley 009.JPG The art gallery of Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo File:Bydel_Bjerke,_Linderud_%26_Veitvet_fra_Kalbakken.jpg Bjerke, a high populated urban area with high population density of 3,100 km2 File:Bjorvika mars2013.JPG The skyline of Oslo. Politics and government WikiPedia:Oslo Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Oslo Commons:Category:Oslo


Norway

IV . It was rebuilt closer to Akershus Castle, and renamed '''Christiania''' in his honour (also spelled Kristiania in the late 1800s). In 1925, twenty years after the dissolution of personal union between Norway and Sweden, the city reclaimed its original Norwegian name, Oslo. The diocese of Oslo is one of the five original dioceses in Norway, which originated around the year 1070. The German architectural influence persisted in Norway, and many wooden buildings followed the principles of Neoclassicism. In Oslo, the German architect Alexis de Chateauneuf designed Trefoldighetskirken (Trefoldighetskirken (Oslo)), the first neo-gothic church, completed by von Hanno in 1858. Oslo houses several major Museums and galleries. The Munch Museum contains the Scream (The Scream) and other work by Edvard Munch who donated all his work to the city after his death. Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


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