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Chihuahua City

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Simcoe, Ontario

the International style (International style (architecture)) of architecture; typical of the period between 1920 and 1950 International Building Style at Ontario Architecture while residential buildings from the 1850s use the Gothic Revival (Gothic Revival architecture) style of architecture.


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this half-timbered building in the harbour of Landskrona. The building style is traditional for Scania, but in Landskrona there are few such buildings. Pure stone houses were preferred as the town was fortified. Ekelund, who was a believer in "Trädgårdsstaden" or Garden City, created areas within for own homes whithin the town limits. Ralph Erskine (Ralph Erskine (architect)) created the row house area called "Esperanza" (Spanish


influences are mixed in the building style of the Town Hall that dates back to the 17th century. The building is currently not open to the public. Do * WikiPedia:Narva Commons:Category:Narva

Altoona, Pennsylvania

Park, Knickerbockers, and Curtin. Some areas within Logan Township are not within the defined City limits but still considered sections of Altoona, including: Lakemont, Greenwood, Bellmeade, Westfall, Newburg, and Red Hill. Many of the older districts consist of a mix of rowhomes (Terraced house) and individual homes, which were a common building style in railroad towns so-as to provide for worker and manager housing, respectively. Image:Altoona Downtown from 5th Ward.jpg right thumb 400px

Ordnance Survey

. Sandy beach and the burgh of Thurso front the bay west of the river mouth. thumb right Three foot Theodolite used in the triangulation (File:3foottheodoliteramsden.jpg) The '''Principal Triangulation of Britain''' was a triangulation project carried out between 1783 and about 1853 at the instigation of the Director of the Ordnance Survey General William Roy (1726–1790). The building style of the now demolished Twenty Farm made it appear to have been built just before the railway station opened. The 1892 Ordnance Survey shows that very little other domestic building had been added to the hamlet after 25 years. The remarkable feature is the administrative nature of the new buildings. To the farm and railway station had been added the police station and school and that was virtually all. The map also makes it clear that by 1892, the name 'Twenty' had certainly been applied to the hamlet. The Nine Standards offer a better viewpoint than the Ordnance Survey trig point that marks the actual summit of the fell. Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell can be seen to the north west and Wild Boar Fell and the Howgills (Howgill Fells) feature in the south west. The High Street Range (High Street (Lake District)) of the eastern Lake District can be seen further to the west. Great Shunner Fell, crossed by the Pennine Way, and Rogan's Seat lie to the south east. Etymology Enfield Wash was first recorded in 1675 and on the Ordnance Survey map of 1822, from Old English ''(ga)wæsc'' 'a place that floods': there was probably a ford (Ford (crossing)) here where Ermine Street crosses Turkey Brook. Mills. A. D. ''Oxford Dictionary of London Place Names'' (2001) pp3,77 ISBN 0198609574 Etymology Enfield Highway is marked thus on the Ordnance Survey map of 1822, it is a settlement mainly from the eighteenth century named from the '' kings highe way leading to London'' 1610, the highway being the Roman road Ermine Street (now the A1010 (A1010 road) Hertford Road). Mills. A. D. ''Oxford Dictionary of London Place Names'' (2001) page 76 ISBN 0198609574 Retrieved 21 October 2008 The mapping authority for the United Kingdom, the Ordnance Survey, records the coastline of the main island, Great Britain, as 11,072.76 miles rounding to 11,073 miles (17,820 km). If the larger islands are added the coastline, as measured by the standard method at Mean High Water Mark, rises to about 19,491 miles (31,368 km).


mainly be identified with the building style that was common during the Soviet era throughout the Soviet Union and the countries under Soviet occupation (Soviet occupations). This included building large, concrete apartment blocks as well as social, cultural, and office facilities, like for example the Tbilisi Roads Ministry Building. Since the break-up of the Soviet Union, Tbilisi has been the site of uncontrolled unsanctioned building projects. Since 2004, the city government has taken new initiatives to curb uncontrolled construction projects with mixed success. In the near future, Tbilisi will have three skyscraper complexes. The Axis Towers, Redix Chavchavadze 64, and the new Ajara Hotel Business Complex, which is currently under construction will be the tallest buildings skyscrapers in the Caucasus. Main sights Tbilisi has important landmarks and sightseeing locations. The Parliament (Parliament of Georgia) and the government (State Chancellery) buildings of Georgia, as well as the Supreme Court of Georgia (Supreme Court of Georgia (country)), are in Tbilisi. The city has important cultural landmarks such as the Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi State Conservatoire, Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Shota Rustaveli State Academic Theatre (Rustaveli State Academic Theater), Marjanishvili State Academic Theatre (Marjanishvili Theater), the Sameba Cathedral, the Vorontsov's Palace (also known as the Children's Palace today), many state museums, the National Public Library of the Parliament of Georgia (National Parliamentary Library of Georgia), the National Bank of Georgia, Tbilisi Circus, and other important institutions. During the Soviet (Soviet Union) times, Tbilisi continuously ranked in the top four cities in the Soviet Union for the number of museums. Out of the city's historic landmarks, the most notable are the Narikala fortress (4th–17th century), Anchiskhati Church (6th century, built up in the 16th century), Sioni Cathedral (Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral) (8th century, later rebuilt), Church of Metekhi (13th century), etc. Transport thumb Tbilisi International Airport (File:Tbilisi airport 1.jpg) Airport Commons:Category:Tbilisi

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