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Kiryat Shmona

revolt against the French. thumb 250px Kiryat Shmona Municipal Stadium (File:Kiryat Shmona Municipal Stadium3.jpg) Later years (1950-present) Kiryat Shmona's location close to the Lebanon makes it a rich target for rocket fire cross-border attacks. On April 11, 1974, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command, sent three members across the border from Lebanon to Kiryat Shmona. They killed eighteen residents of an apartment building, including many


Vsevolozhsky District

industrialized as it includes suburbs of Saint Petersburg. The industrial enterprises serve chemical, machine building (including the Ford (Ford Motor Company) Vsevolozhsk Assembly plant), and timber industries, as well as the others. There is a growing high-tech component in the industry of the district. Part of the population commutes to Saint Petersburg for work.


Rosetta

, fountains and hostels in Mecca and Medina. After a serious fire struck the Mosque of the Prophet (Al-Masjid al-Nabawi) in Medina in 1481, the building, including the Tomb of the Prophet, was extensively renewed through Qaitbay's patronage. Meinecke, ''Mamlukische Architektur'', II.396-442. *'''2003 Jason Little (Jason Little (cartoonist)), ''Shutterbug Follies'' (Doubleday Graphic Novels)''' **Renée French, ''Rosetta'' ( Alternative Comics


Rock Island, Illinois

in bankruptcy, after many decades of transporting produce, commodities, people and goods throughout the Midwest. Bridges Due to its geography, Rock Island has a rich history of bridge building, including the first railroad bridge across the Mississippi (now gone), an unusual two-track railroad bridge, and the largest roller dam in the world. The first railroad bridge across the Mississippi River was built between Arsenal Island and Davenport in 1856. Many steamboat pilots felt


South Beach

has since closed. The Miami Beach Preservation Board approved the closure of automobile traffic on the westward part of Lincoln Mall, in favor of the renovation of the SunTrust building including the development of the acclaimed 1111 Lincoln Road parking garage. Several other parking garages nearby greatly facilitate commerce. Ocean Drive thumb right Española Way and Drexel Avenue(view towards the north). (Image:Southbeachespanola01.JPG) '''Ocean Drive''' is the easternmost


Bangui

and N'Djamena. Visas are required for all European (and probably most other) travellers, and should be obtained before arrival. The arrival procedure is a bit long, requiring at least two queues to get all necessary visa stamps. Exit from the arrival hall is through "Things To Declare", with customs officers picking out passengers randomly for baggage check. Security guards check the luggage tags on the way out. Be careful for pickpockets outside the terminal building, including people


Cheltenham

, GL50 3JT lat 51.90126 long -2.07786 directions phone tollfree fax hours price content The Museum re-opened in 2013 after a £6.3 million project to expand the building including additional galleries, a performance space, larger cafe and shop and a new home for the Cheltenham Tourist Information Centre. The collection of furniture and other pieces by Cotswold-based Arts and Crafts Movement craftsmen such as Ernest Gimson and Edward Barnsley is particularly good. *


Akron, Ohio

. The wood floor, was designed by architect Thomas T. K. Zung. The University Board of Trustees approved the new version in July 1981, and ground breaking occurred on March 8, 1982. The building first opened on December 3, 1983 replacing the University's 3,000 seat Memorial Hall gymnasium located right next door. The building site on the eastern edge of campus is located on the northeast corner of Union and Carroll


Turku

shopping center situated next to the Market Square and the larger Hansa Shopping Center. It offers mostly fashion stores and few cozy cafes. The building is mostly home to companies that are on the upper floors of the building, including the local branch of ''Yleisradio (YLE)'', Finland's national television company. *


Aleppo

the Fountain of Qayt Bay and al-Ashrafiyya Madrasa. On the Arabian peninsula, Qaitbay sponsored the restoration of mosques and the construction of madrasas, fountains and hostels in Mecca and Medina. After a serious fire struck the Mosque of the Prophet (Al-Masjid al-Nabawi) in Medina in 1481, the building, including the Tomb of the Prophet, was extensively renewed through Qaitbay's patronage. Meinecke, ''Mamlukische Architektur'', II.396-442. The written history


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