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Athens International Airport

Airport: The new www.aia.gr was awarded for innovation, easy navigation and creative interactivity with the “Golden Ermis” in the “Digital – Travel” category." 2014 - "ΕΒGΕ" graphic design award for the airport’s web page. in Frankfurt. Spanish construction company Grupo ACS, which already had almost 30 percent of Hochtief, launched in mid September, a bid that would allow ACS to have more than 50 percent of Hochtief. The bid was approved by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) on 29 November 2010. Bafin press release, Bafin website, accessed 5 April 2011 ACS raised the stake in Hochtief to 50.16 percent as of 18 June 2011 Deutsche Welle taking over control of the company. *1994-1996: Commerzbank Tower , Frankfurt am Main *1996-2000: Athens International Airport, Greece *1998-2000: Kandinsky-Klee house restoration, Dessau thumb 300px right File photo of the crashed Helios Airways B 737 © airliners.gr Elliot Kefalas (Image:Helios 737.jpg) A Helios (w:Helios Airways) airliner (Boeing 737 (w:Boeing 737), flight HCY 522) with 115 passengers and 6 crew onboard has crashed into a mountain at 09:04 UTC (w:UTC) (12:04 p.m. EEST (w:EEST)) near Grammatiko (w:Grammatiko), 40 kilometre (w:kilometre)s (25 mile (w:mile)s) north of Athens (w:Athens), while approaching the capital's airport (w:Athens International Airport). All on board perished. The plane was travelling from Larnaca (w:Larnaca), in the southeast of Cyprus (w:Cyprus) (Greek:Kypros, Κύπρος) and scheduled to arrive in Prague (w:Prague) after a stop in Athens. Norwegian also announced that their flights from Moss to Antalya (w:Antalya Airport), Valencia (w:Valencia Airport), Athens (w:Athens International Airport) and Istanbul (w:Sabiha Gökçen International Airport) will be closing for the winter season (previously they were all-year destinations).


Northern England

eventually discovers that Amy's also broke. However it is also revealed that Amy is in fact The Shadow, a notorious highwayman, and Blackadder hatches a scheme to make himself rich. - align "center" Recent developments A new public swimming pool, the Berners Pool, opened in 2003. It won a RIBA Design Award in 2004, Guardian News and Media : RIBA Award Winners 2004 : Berners Pool'' Retrieved 2009-09


Riyadh

is the winner of the 2002 Emporis Skyscraper Award, selected as the "best new skyscraper of the year for design and functionality". A three-level shopping center, which also won a major design award, fills the east wing. The large opening is illuminated at night in continuously changing colours. The shopping centre has a separate floor for women only to shop where men are not allowed to enter. The Kingdom Tower has 99 stories and is the third tallest structure in the country (behind Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel (Abraj Al Bait) in Mecca and Burj Rafal in Riyadh) rising to 300 m. A special aspect of the tower is that is divided into two parts in the last one third of its height and linked by a sky-bridge walkway, which provides stunning views of Riyadh. Dmoz:Regional Middle East Saudi Arabia Localities Riyadh Commons:Category:RiyadhWikipedia:Riyadh


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Blackpool

. EU Protected Food Names Scheme: Beacon Fell traditional Lancashire cheese, DEFRA, retrieved 20 July 2010 It is named after Beacon Fell (Beacon Fell Country Park) within the designated area. Recent developments A new public swimming pool, the Berners Pool, opened in 2003. It won a RIBA Design Award in 2004,


Chengdu

exclusively to theory and experimental projects. 1994 Chrysler Design Award to Lebbeus Woods He has designed buildings in Chengdu, China and Havana, Cuba.


Helsinki

, Finland, 1968 - Powerhouse Museum Collection publisher Powerhousemuseum.com date 2009-01-22 accessdate 2010-05-12 and Tomato Chair (more stable with a seat between three spheres). His Screw Table, as the name suggests, had the appearance of a flat head screw driven into the ground. he was awarded the American Industrial Design award in 1968. birth_date birth_place Helsinki, Finland death_date


Havana

;ref 1994 Chrysler Design Award to Lebbeus Woods He has designed buildings in Chengdu, China and Havana, Cuba. ref>


Phoenix, Arizona

in Phoenix, Arizona) is a former American open wheel driver who raced in the Indy Racing League. DATE OF BIRTH February 2, 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona DATE OF DEATH In 2005, the Montclair High School FIRST robotics FRC Team 555 won the Arizona Regional in Phoenix, Arizona. They also won second place in the New York City Regional as well as the web design award and the Johnson & Johnson Sportsmanship award. The team then went on to win the Johnson & Johnson Sportsmanship award at the international championship in Atlanta, Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)). In 2007, the Montclair High School FIRST robotics team won the Denver Regional and the Regional Rockwell Automation Innovation in Control Award in Denver, Colorado. In 2008, the FIRST team won the New York City Regional and went to the quarter finals at the Championship Event in Atlanta. architecture Mission Revival (Mission Revival architecture) location Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona locmapin Arizona Name Phoenix Grand Prix Circuit Location Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona, United States Image 250px (File:Phoenix Grand Prix Route - 1989, 1990.svg) The track as of 1989 (1989 United States Grand Prix) and 1990 (1990 United States Grand Prix) 250px (File:Phoenix Grand Prix Route - 1991.svg) The track as of 1991 (1991 United States Grand Prix) The Formula One United States Grand Prix was held on the '''Phoenix street circuit''' in Phoenix, Arizona between 1989 and 1991. It was held in downtown by the Phoenix Civic Plaza and the America West Arena, prior to the introduction of the state's baseball stadium, Bank One Ballpark. The United States Grand Prix lasted in Phoenix for three years, but was ultimately dropped due to poor fan turnout. There were no further Formula 1 races in the US until the Indianapolis Motor Speedway first held a Grand Prix (Formula One) in 2000 (2000 United States Grand Prix). The United States Grand Prix was first held in Phoenix on June 4, 1989. Ayrton Senna took pole in his McLaren (McLaren (racing))-Honda (Honda F1) but suffered an electronic failure a little over halfway through the race. The scorching heat of the Phoenix desert made it a nightmare on the teams and drivers and of the 26 cars that started the race, only six finished. Alain Prost, Senna's teammate, won "Prost Gains 1st Victory of Year;Wins Phoenix Grand Prix", ''The Washington Post'', 5 June 1989 ahead of Riccardo Patrese and Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) native Eddie Cheever. Fourth-placed Christian Danner scored what turned out to be his final points-scoring finish. His Rial (Rial Racing) team also would never score points in Formula One competition again. Arena and convention TCC's current arena is outdated and operates at a 3 million dollar deficit every year. In 2005, a feasibility study was performed, revealing that a new arena in downtown Tucson is possible. April 4, 2007, Tucson city council approved funding of $130 million for a new 10,000-12,000 seat arena. Supporters claim that the new arena would add significantly to the ongoing Rio Nuevo downtown redevelopment project. Currently, most performances in Arizona are held in Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) because of the larger facilities. When attempting to bring larger names to the city, Prince (Prince (musician)) and Cirque du Soleil both declined performances because the existing arena's ceiling is too low. "This is America; this isn’t supposed to happen here. This is the legacy we have been left with — unfortunately it is oftentimes not true," said Anti-Defamation League representative Bill Strauss. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (w:Arizona Department of Public Safety), 254 incidents were reported in 2003 involving hate crimes, though Strauss said that the actual number of incidents could be higher due to underreporting.


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