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Portorož

to be a health resort. In 1908 dr. Orazio Pupini, a prominent Austrian doctor with a noticeable treatment history opened a sanatorium. He was also the main doctor of the Austrian Railways, and a member of the Austrian doctor's Association. In 1902 The Parenzana Railway system was introduced which increased the popularity of the region, but was later dissolved because of decreased interests.thumb left upright 240px Palace Hotel in 1957 (File:Portorož 1957.jpg) In 1909 the era of construction of private villas ended with opening of a much bigger building for standards at the time; the ''Palace Cur Hotel'', later known as Palace Hotel (Palace Hotel, Portorož). At the initial opening ceremony in 1910 the Hotel Palace was already named »the most beautiful hotel on the Adriatic (Adriatic Sea) coast«. The hotel was equipped with most modern therapeutic accessories, and for the needs of high importance guests a casino was built. The thriving community was halted by the Great War, and a few years after the war (In which they came under the Italian rule (Italy)) in 1928 they included a new electric therapy among their treatment programmes. In the whole interwar period the settlement was slowly regaining its former glory when the Second World War severely crippled it again. The crisis lasted until 1968 when renovations and new constructions under the new entity of Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) began to take place along the whole region. In this time they began to build the settlement's infrastructure with the casino doing the bulk of the investments in reconstructing the sports airfield (Portorož Airport) in nearby Sečovlje and building the multi-purpose auditorium (Avditorij Portorož) in 1972. In 1976 two hotel complexes were constructed in Bernardin, in the following year another was added in the same area. http: slovensko-morje.net index.php?page news&view_news 5401 In the same year they began transforming the Lucija saltworks (Lucija, Piran) into a marina for smaller vessels. http: svet24.si clanek 526942816c4f9 kaj-najbolj-zaznamuje-portoroz Since the secession of Slovenia (Slovenian War of Independence) from Yugoslavia, Portorož became one of the most important tourist sites in the country. http: www.piran.si index.php?item 138&page static http: webcache.googleusercontent.com search?q cache:mcduMzzf03UJ:www.angelfire.com biz mareaslo zgod.html+portoro%C5%BE+zgodovina&cd 3&hl sl&ct clnk&gl si Gaming The first casino to be opened was in Villa San Lorenzo, on 27 July 1913, and was run by the ''Casino des Etrangers'' society. It only lasted briefly for not more than a few months before being shut down.thumb right 220px Hotel Palace in present day (File:Portoroz (10) (3955614179).jpg) The industry faded away in the northern Adriatic region, until 1963, when ''Zavod za pospeševanje turizma'', whose president was Anton Nino Spinelli, proposed a reopening of the casino. The next year the first cassino in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, and the second within Yugoslavia (SFRY) beside the one in Opatija opened. In 1972, the company moved into the newly built and much larger Grand hotel Metropol, where they employed around 450 people. Having a large budget surplus, they began investing in the settlement's infrastructure. Today there are multiple casinos located in Portorož, such as Casino Riviera, http: www.casino-riviera.si pc.asp?xpath &xpathid &lang slo Grand Casino (Grand Casino (Portorož)) http: www.bernardingroup.si si metropol-resort hoteli grand-hotel-metropol casino and Casino Bernardin, located in the town's hotel complex of Bernardin. http: www.casino-bernardin.si Bernardin Bernardin is a tourist complex located in the western part of Portorož. Its name derives from Sveti Bernardin (literally, "Saint Bernardin"), as the church, now in ruins, was named. Before the construction of multiple complexes, the area was a shipyard for smaller vessels, later moved to the town of Izola. http: www.bellatours.si zanimivosti-na-poti In 1971 Emona (Emona (company)) company from Ljubljana established Hoteli Bernardin, and began working on building the complex. In 1976 the first two hotels, Bernardin and Vile Park were built, with Grand hotel Emona (Grand hotel Bernardin) following the next year. Geography Portorož belongs to the coastal municipality of Piran, located in the southwest of the Gulf of Trieste (at the northernmost point of the Adriatic Sea) between the boundaries of Italy to the north and Croatia to the south. Part of Portorož are the streets Fiesa (Fiesa, Portorož) and Pacug.thumb right 280px The waterfront (File:Portorož2.JPG) Climate Portorož has humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification ''Cfa'') with cool winters and warm summers. Winters are cool and mild with a January average of WikiPedia:Portorož Commons:Category:Portorož


Fayetteville, Arkansas

program, in which biosolids, a byproduct of wastewater treatment (Sewage treatment), are land applied to provide nutrients to soil on which crops are grown. Fayetteville's first wastewater treatment came in 1913 in the form of a Imhoff tank on the West Fork of the White River. ref>


France

Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas and the grave of gay martyr Oscar Wilde in Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France, he got the idea for a gay memorial in the United States. He returned briefly to Washington, D.C., in 1985 and, then, to San Francisco where he sold Ford (Ford Motor Company) cars and once again became heavily involved in gay rights causes and the fight for adequate HIV-AIDS education and treatment. History New France and the French Caribbean


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