. The Glenbow-Alberta Institute was formed in 1966, when Eric Harvie donated his vast historical collection to the people of Alberta. Located in downtown (Downtown Calgary) Calgary (Calgary, Alberta) across from the Calgary Tower, the Institute maintains the Glenbow Museum, open to the public, which houses not only its museum collections (#Museum), but also a very extensive art collection, library, and archives.
and displays an extensive art collection. Religion Superior is the episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Superior and the Cathedral of Christ the King (Cathedral of Christ the King (Superior, Wisconsin)) in Superior is the mother church of the diocese. Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, located in the East End of Superior, is an architectural jewel. Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church is the only congregation of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod located in Superior. It recently
thumb Barbershop in Santiago de Cuba (File:Barbershop in Santiago de Cuba - Cuba.jpg) thumb left The tomb of Compay Segundo (File:Santiago de Cuba, Compay Segundo tomb.jpg) Santiago de Cuba was the hometown of poet José María Heredia. It houses a museum that displays the extensive art collection of the Bacardí (Emilio Bacardi) family. Santiago de Cuba is well known for its cultural life. Some of Cuba's most famous musicians, including Compay Segundo, Ibrahim Ferrer and Eliades Ochoa (all of whom participated in the Buena Vista Social Club) and trova composer Ñico Saquito (Benito Antonio Fernández Ortiz) were born in the city or in one of the villages surrounding it. They have contributed to the typical, country-like music of the city. Furthermore, Santiago de Cuba is well known for its traditional dances, most notably son (Son (music)), from which salsa (Salsa (dance)) has been derived, and guaguancó, which is accompanied by percussion music only. The city is also well known for its Carnival, which is strangely enough celebrated in July. During Carnival, traditional conga (Conga (music)) music is played in the streets on a traditional pentatonic trumpet, called the trompeta china. thumb Children Playing Chess on the Street - Santiago de Cuba (File:Children Playing Chess on the Street - Santiago de Cuba - Cuba.jpg) A relatively high number of residents of the city adhere to Afro-Cuban religions, most notably santería. The city hosts an important community of descendants from Haitian immigrants from the 19th century. Some aspects of the religious "vodún (Haitian Voodoo)" heritage of the city can be traced back to this community. In the city there are multiple architectural styles, from Baroque to neoclassical (Neoclassical architecture). Of special interest are the wooded parks, the steep streets, colonial buildings with huge windows and crowded balconies. Preserved historical treasures include the first home in the Americas, the first cathedral in Cuba, the first copper mine opened in the Americas and the first Cuban museum. World Heritage Site The local citadel of San Pedro de la Roca (Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca) is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as "the most complete, best-preserved example of Spanish-American military architecture, based on Italian and Renaissance design principles" World Heritage Site World Heritage Biosphere Reserve The Baconao Park was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere Reserve List in 1987. Heritage Biosphere Reserve Site Geography Santiago de Cuba is located in the southeast of the island at coordinates 20 ° 01'17 .42 "N 75 ° 49'45 .75" O, some Wikipedia:Santiago de Cuba Commons:Category:Santiago de Cuba
Monuments (16 to 20) archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5nZgalc2L archivedate 2010-02-16 accessdate 2010-02-16 publisher Dubrovnik Online A special treasure of the Dominican monastery is its library with 216 incunabula, numerous illustrated manuscripts, a rich archive with precious manuscripts and documents and an extensive art collection.
with precious manuscripts and documents and an extensive art collection.
article.cgi?f n a 2005 09 02 national w140304D15.DTL Countries Pledge Hurricane Aid to U.S. " ''SF Gate.'' September 2, 2005. Retrieved on June 10, 2006. established 1963 location 4850 Museum Drive Mobile, Alabama, USA (United States) lat_deg 30 The '''Mobile Museum of Art''' is an art museum located in Mobile (Mobile, Alabama), Alabama. It features extensive art collections from the Southern
): $5, Students (over 18): $5, Youth (18 and under): Free. Free admission on Wednesdays. Parking costs an additional $3 content The Taft Museum of Art is known as one of the finest small art museums in America. A National Historic Landmark built around 1820, the Taft is home to an extensive art collection that includes European and American master paintings; Chinese porcelains; and European decorative arts. thumb 250px Birthplace of William Howard Taft, at the William Howard Taft National Historic Site (Image:Taft National Historic Site.JPG) * Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
for the Performing Arts , anchoring Lincoln Square (Lincoln Square, Manhattan) on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is home to 12 influential arts organizations, including the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, New York Philharmonic, and New York City Ballet, as well as the Vivian Beaumont Theater, the Juilliard School, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Alice Tully Hall. Manhattan is also home to some of the most extensive art collections, both contemporary and historical
, overlooking the Old City. The Youth Wing, which mounts changing exhibits and runs an extensive art education program, is visited by 100,000 children a year. The museum has a large outdoor sculpture garden and a scale-model of the Second Temple. The Rockefeller Museum, located in East Jerusalem, was the first archaeological museum in the Middle East. It was built in 1938 during the British Mandate.