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Pereira, Colombia

is the mass transport system of Pereira which was founded in 2006. It compromises 3 trunk routes that link Dosquebradas and Cuba, and feeder routes which connect the rest of the metropolitan area including La Virginia, Puerto Caldas, Cerritos, Morelia, and many other neighbourhoods, which connect with the trunk routes at Interchanger stations. Cesar Gaviria Trujillo Viaduct thumb right 200px Pilares del Viaducto César Gaviria Trujillo. (File:Viaducto Pereira.jpg) The architectural

award winning César Gaviria Trujillo Viaduct, a cable-stayed bridge, was opened on 15 November 1997. It is named after César Gaviria, the 40th president of Colombia, who was born in the city of Pereira. The viaduct links Pereira with Dosquebradas and the cities of Armenia, Pereira and Manizales. The length of its centre span is , one of the longest in South America. "Cesar Gaviria Trujillo


Burnaby

them - these dates are the years they were *completed*, where applicable -- *1965 onward in stages - Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada *1970: Government of Canada pavilion, Expo '70, Osaka won top architectural award Aug 17, 1970. ref name


Lethbridge

of these are not general entertainment stations like independent stations in the United States, but are instead specialty community channel (community channel (Canada))s or educational services. CJON is the only independent commercial station currently operating in Canada, although CJON sublicenses a mix of programming from Global, CTV and other sources rather than purchasing program rights independently. *1970: Government of Canada pavilion, Expo '70, Osaka won top architectural award Aug 17, 1970.<


Auckland

architectural award winning house designed by Ron Sang on Titirangi's Scenic Drive (Scenic Drive (Auckland)), in the Waitakere Ranges to the west of Auckland, where he lived with his life partner, Wai-man Lau, for the remainder of his life, although he continued to accept freelance assignments abroad. In 1985 he helped establish the New Zealand Centre for Photography. Born in Auckland in 1924, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1946 from University of Auckland


India

reveals Britain's ethnic mix first1 Philip last1 Johnston date 6 October 2006 accessdate 23 May 2010 There are ten Sikh (Sikhism) Gurdwaras in Southall and one of them won the Ealing Civic Society Architectural Award in 2003. The Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, which opened in 2003, is one of the largest Sikh temples outside India. There are two large Hindu 'Mandir' temples, the Vishnu Hindu Mandir on Lady Margaret Road and the Ram Mandir in Old

news uknews 1530681 Diversity-index-reveals-Britains-ethnic-mix.html work The Daily Telegraph location London title Diversity index reveals Britain's ethnic mix first1 Philip last1 Johnston date 6 October 2006 accessdate 23 May 2010 There are ten Sikh (Sikhism) Gurdwaras in Southall and one of them won the Ealing Civic Society Architectural Award in 2003. The Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, which opened in 2003, is one of the largest Sikh temples outside


Germany

roof the structure, now "Listed" as being of architectural merit, it also won a Festival of Britain architectural award in 1951. The rest of the station's proposed reconstruction was not completed due to post-war economies. The original station building, which was very similar to Chigwell tube station (further north on the Loop), was demolished in 1956 to facilitate widening of the adjacent A12 (A12 road (Great Britain)) ''Eastern Avenue''. Another similar building existed


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