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Campos do Jordão

elevation in the Mantiqueira mountains, and traditional European-style architecture. Buildings are mostly vernacular architecture from German (Architecture of Germany), Swiss (Switzerland), or Italian (Architecture of Italy) models. Many of the wealthiest residents in the state of São Paulo have winter country houses here. Despite the high income of many visitors, the HDI (Human Development Index) (0.820 in 2004) of Campos do Jordão is not very high because the owners


Baia Mare

hosted the Baia Mare ghetto. After the war, the city was returned to Romania. Shortly after World War II in postwar development, the town of Baia Mare started to grow both in population and inhabited area. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a new town centre was developed with modern architecture buildings and structures. In 2000, Baia Mare was the site of what has been considered Europe's worst ecological disaster (2000 Baia Mare cyanide spill) since Chernobyl, which took


Near North Side, Chicago

Zorbaugh, Harvey , (1929) ''The Gold Coast and the Slum: A Sociological Study of Chicago's Near North Side, Chicago'': University of Chicago Press As gentrification began to take hold in the 1990s, the buildings made way for new development. The final Cabrini-Green tower was demolished in 2011, and the area is currently in the process of redevelopment. Attractions Architecture Buildings Chicago Water Tower John Hancock Center Water Tower Place 900 North


Accra

of Victoriaborg, Accra has since transitioned into a modern metropolis; the city's architecture reflects this history, ranging from 19th-century architecture buildings (colonial architecture) to modern skyscrapers and apartment blocks. Accra serves as the Greater Accra region's economic and administrative hub. It is furthermore a centre of a wide range of nightclubs, restaurants and hotels.


Tirana

at the southern side of Deshmoret e Kombit Boulevard, this square features typical Fascist architecture. Buildings include the University of Tirana, Archaeological Institute, Academy of Arts and the National Stadium. * Commons:Category:Tirana


Ghana

, Upper East (Upper East Region) and Upper West (Upper West Region) regions), while the series of adjacent buildings are in the southern regions of Ghana (Ashanti (Ashanti Region), Brong-Ahafo (Brong-Ahafo Region), Central (Central Region (Ghana)), Eastern (Eastern Region (Ghana)), Greater Accra (Greater Accra Region) and Western (Western Region (Ghana)) regions). Ghanaian postmodern architecture and high-tech architecture buildings


Switzerland

, Czech Republic, Poland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland and the Baltic States. The city's economy is based mainly in tourism; due to its location at high elevation (on the Mantiqueira mountains) and European-looking architecture. Buildings are mostly German (Germany), Swiss (Switzerland) or Italian (Italy) inspired. Many of the richest people from the state of São Paulo build their winter country houses there and July


Soviet Union

museum 848404-echo #element-text Radio "Echo moscvy": "Architect of power" Soviet (Soviet Union) architect, known for his Stalinist architecture buildings like 1931 House on Embankment and the 1931-1933 winning draft of the Palace of Soviets. In 1965 Vilner and several other Maki members broke away from the party to form Rakah (Maki (current political party)) following disagreements about the Soviet Union's increasingly anti-Israeli stance


Italy

architecture. Buildings are mostly German (Germany), Swiss (Switzerland) or Italian (Italy) inspired. Many of the richest people from the state of São Paulo build their winter country houses there and July (the winter season vacations) sees an enormous influx of visitors (more than quadrupling the city's population), due in part to the winter festival of classical music. Its attractions throughout the year include German and Swiss food restaurants, bars and a cable car


Germany

statistician and economist, famous for the Engel curve and the Engel's law. The city's economy is based mainly in tourism; due to its location at high elevation (on the Mantiqueira mountains) and European-looking architecture. Buildings are mostly German (Germany), Swiss (Switzerland) or Italian (Italy) inspired. Many of the richest people from the state of São Paulo build their winter country houses there and July (the winter season vacations) sees an enormous influx


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