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Coventry

to the present; except that instead of the fountain there was an opening with tall trees and on the western side, where the flight of stairs is today, was a building was standing on pillars. The Chamber of Commerce was critical of the concept, concluding pedestrians on a lower level would produce poor business sites, an analysis which would eventually prove correct. Their own proposal the following year, developed together with various authorities, reserved street-level to pedestrians while cars were confined below ground. This counter-proposal was however produced in only two months, which made it easy for opponents to pin-down its weaknesses (mostly a failure to leave enough space for the metro which was being constructed at this time). Nevertheless, Helldén's proposal failed to impress the city as well, and Helldén together with other hand-picked experts was therefore sent on a tour around Europe, including Coventry and London, to find a better solution. In Stuttgart they could conclude that having pedestrians on a lower level required escalators, and in Vienna the pedestrians hall Opernpassage gave them the inspiration to replace the central open space at ''Sveaplatsen'' with a round restaurant with glass walls, an aesthetic device intended to give the square an architectonic dignity. junction WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry


Singapore

by expanding its Singapore and Cork (Cork (city)), Ireland factories, where the Classic was assembled. Air freight, rather than sea shipping, was used to speed delivery. The shortage caused concern among dealers, who blamed Apple's poor business planning. On 1 May 2009, American Capital Strategies sold the company to Singapore-based investment strategy company Imprimis

moored (Mooring (watercraft)) Chinese (China) junks (junk (sailing)) (''tongkangs'') that have been refurbished into floating pubs and restaurants. Crazy Horse Paris opened their third cabaret show worldwide in Clarke Quay in December 2005, but ended operations in February 2007 owing to poor business. The Ministry of Sound opened at Clarke Quay in December 2005, but has also gone out of business. Most organ donation for organ transplantation is done in the setting of brain death


Stockholm

to Kongsvinger. Passenger service across the border was once frequent and operated by Linx (Linx (railway company)) to Stockholm and Kungspilen to Karlstad. However poor business caused these companies to cease operations after 2004. During 2005 and 2006, passenger service between Oslo and Stockholm still existed, but not on a daily basis. In 1917 the department store NK took over the gardens to grow fresh vegetables for Stockholm's inhabitants. It was at the tail end of the first World War (World War I) and fresh vegetables were quite scarce. In 1917, NK built a splendid conservatory (Conservatory (greenhouse)) which now is Stockholms oldest conservatory. In 1933 the town council of Stockholm took over the gardens and produced flowers for official use and for embellishment of squares and gardens. Cerruti 1881 stores There are ''Cerruti 1881'', ''18CRR81'' and ''Cerruti'' stores throughout the world in Milan, Cosenza, Madrid, London, Munich, Stockholm, Athens, Birmingham, Riyadh, Moscow, New York (New York City), Hong Kong, Taipei, Damascus and Tokyo among other locations. In addition, the label is sold through some 1,500 vendors. '''Upper Crust''' is an international chain of baguette restaurants concentrated along commuter routes. The outlets are commonplace in stations and terminals. Branches are also present in some Universities in the UK, including University College London. There are also branches at the central railway station (Oslo S) in Oslo and Elkjøp Megastore Lørenskog, Norway. Since September 2008, there are also three units in Stockholm, Sweden - two at the central railway station (Stockholm C) and one at the nearby bus terminal, Cityterminalen.There is also one opening in Gothenburg Centralstationen Nils Ericsson terminalen railway and busterminal. The company has started to expand into shopping centres, with a new store at Bridgend Designer Outlet, South Wales. There are also branches on airports, including Cairo Airport, Tromsø Airport, Trondheim Værnes Airport, Oslo Airport Gardermoen, and Gran Canaria Airport. In 1993 he created the radio show ''Hassan (Hassan (radio program))'' with Kristian Luuk in Stockholm. The show centered around prank phone calls and off-the-wall comedy sketch (sketch comedy)es. He left Hassan as his career with the "Killing" gang (Killinggänget) took off, and he and Luuk were replaced by Fredrik Lindström. After the show's cancellation in December 1994, ''Hassan'' became a cult phenomenon, and as of October 2008 seven CDs have been released with material from the show. There are ABF locations in almost every Swedish town and several in the major cities. Its headquarters are at Sveavägen street (Sveavägen) in Stockholm. In Gothenburg, the ABF building is on Järntorget square (Järntorget (Göteborg)). Music video The music video was filmed in a suburb of Stockholm to complement the story idea of the song. The video contains scenes of the band performing and a back story of settlers bringing a new religion to the land. The singer guitar player for Bathory, Quorthon, paid $5,000 out of his own pocket to film the music video. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


Vienna

that instead of the fountain there was an opening with tall trees and on the western side, where the flight of stairs is today, was a building was standing on pillars. The Chamber of Commerce was critical of the concept, concluding pedestrians on a lower level would produce poor business sites, an analysis which would eventually prove correct. Their own proposal the following year, developed together with various authorities, reserved street-level to pedestrians while cars were confined below ground. This counter-proposal was however produced in only two months, which made it easy for opponents to pin-down its weaknesses (mostly a failure to leave enough space for the metro which was being constructed at this time). Nevertheless, Helldén's proposal failed to impress the city as well, and Helldén together with other hand-picked experts was therefore sent on a tour around Europe, including Coventry and London, to find a better solution. In Stuttgart they could conclude that having pedestrians on a lower level required escalators, and in Vienna the pedestrians hall Opernpassage gave them the inspiration to replace the central open space at ''Sveaplatsen'' with a round restaurant with glass walls, an aesthetic device intended to give the square an architectonic dignity. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


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