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Huizhou

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Southern Ontario

) usually too small for comfortable social use and adding only to the visual impression of the building. The New Urbanism movement in architecture urges a reversal in this trend, recommending a large porch facing the street, to help build community ties. Mohney, David (1991). Seaside. Architecture Design and Technology Press ISBN 978-1854548030 The '''Crowe River''' is a river in the counties of Haliburton (Haliburton County, Ontario), Hastings County Hastings


Rawalpindi

Engineering also the management sciences programs are offered BBA and MBA. In art programs university offers several degrees in psychology,interior architecture design,BA in many languges etc. Transport thumb right Peshawar Road Rawalpindi (File:Peshawar road rwp.jpg) There are many ways to get in and around Rawalpindi. Public transport in Rawalpindi is diverse, ranging from yellow taxis, auto-rickshaws, mini-buses and even tongas (Tanga (carriage)) (horse-drawn carriages). Due to the lack of street planning, traffic jams are found even on smaller roads. For inter-city travel, air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses and coaches are regularly available to many destinations in Pakistan. Bus rapid transit The work on Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus Service was inaugurated in February 2014 and the work is scheduled to complete in 2015. It will be similar to Lahore Metrobus Service. Rail There is an Islamabad Rawalpindi central railway station that allows travel to every major city in Pakistan. In addition to freight, Pakistan Railways provides passenger rail service throughout the day, with train coaches that have air-conditioning in first-class. thumb right Rawalpindi Railway Station (File:rwp train1.jpg) The Rawalpindi Railway Station is in the Saddar (Saddar, Rawalpindi). It was built in the 1880s by the government of British India. The British built many railways across South Asia to facilitate trade and to consolidate their rule. The routes the British built from Rawalpindi, which contained a major military base, linked to Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan, Faisalabad, Hyderabad, Sindh, Sukkur, Bahawalpur, Jhelum (Jhelum (city)), Gujrat (Gujrat city), Gujranwala, Kohat, Khanewal, Nawabshah, Nowshera (Nowshera, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) and the Malakand Pass. Airport thumb right Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Rawalpindi (File:Islamabad-Airport-40156.JPG) Islamabad International Airport is at Chaklala presently known as Benazir Bhutto International Airport which technically is a part of Rawalpindi. The airport is served by over 25 airlines, both national and international. Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the national carrier, has numerous routes, with many domestic and international flights every day. Construction on the new Rawalpindi Islamabad international airport has been started near the town of Fateh Jang approximately WikiPedia:Rawalpindi Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Punjab Localities Rawalpindi commons:Rawalpindi


Federal Aviation Administration

of Route 160) and leads past an FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) radar dome. There is a one lane dirt road to the left not far past the radar dome that leads to the summit. The summit is marked with an abandoned metal lookout tower, National Geodetic Survey benchmark (Benchmark (surveying)) (the benchmark is 6 feet below the highest point which is apparently directly under the old lookout tower) and multiple radio towers. * Architecture Design and Assessment


Seoul

worldwide prominence. Rev. Abraham Park Yoon-Sik, Senior Pastor of the Pyungkang Cheil Presbyterian Church (one of the largest Christian churches in South Korea), is the author of the History of Redemption Series of books which have garnered strong praise from theologians worldwide. He is also the co-founder of the Abraham Park Kenneth Vine Collection biblical museum in Seoul. Aaron Tan, director of the Hong Kong architectural firm called Research Architecture Design, described the night scene of Seoul as "full of glowing Christian crosses". Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Hollywood

; ref It was built and originally run by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), the Hollywood studio. The main architect of the cinema was Thomas W. Lamb of New York, and D. W. Ditchburn (Senior partner of the architectural firm ''Ditchburn Mistry and Bhedwar'') of Mumbai was the associate architect. ref>


Stockholm

also played the violin in Kungliga Hovkapellet (the Swedish court orchestra). *Royal Masonic Hospital (later Ravenscourt Park Hospital) at Ravenscourt Park in London, by Thomas S. Tait of Sir John Burnet, Tait and Lorne, opened. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


Manhattan

Press, 2004):58. The Broadway Mansions is a steel-framed red brick building "in the stepped skyscraper mode", Patricia Bayer, ''Art Deco Architecture: Design, Decoration, and Detail from the Twenties and Thirties'' (H.N. Abrams, 1992):85. that is 78 metres in height, Keith Mundy, "Skyhigh Shanghai - Then and Now", ''Garuda: The Magazine of Garuda Indonesia'' (June 2007); http: garudamagazine.com features.php?id 18 with a total floor space of 24,596 square metres. Steel-framed structures were used in Shanghai from 1916 onwards, originally for eight- to ten-storey buildings, but by the 1930s for up to twenty-four storeys. Fletcher, 1550. The building's floor plan was modeled after the Chinese character for the number eight, Edward Denison and Guang Yu Ren, ''Building Shanghai: The Story of China's Gateway'' (Wiley-Academy, 2006):153. which is a symbol of luck and prosperity. http: www.emporis.com en wm bu ?id 103746 The facade of the Broadway Mansions was one of its distinctive features. The design of the Mansions was "influenced by modernism (Modern architecture)," and like "most apartment buildings in Shanghai featured a simple and modern style of exterior." Junhua Lü, Peter G. Rowe, and Jie Zhang, ''Modern Urban Housing in China, 1840-2000'' (Prestel, 2001):96. According to Peter Rowe and Seng Kuan, after describing the Metropole Hotel and Hamilton House, also designed by Palmer & Turner about the same time: "A similar approach to both architecture and place making was taken almost simultaneously by B. Flazer, with the curved symmetric stepped-back facade of the Broadway Mansions....The firm of Palmer and Turner was to continue with curvilinear plan forms in the organic layout of the large Embankment Building of 1933. The Mansions had a roof top garden, and even a squash court. Maisie J. Meyer, ''From the Rivers of Babylon to the Whangpoo: A Century of Sephardi Jewish Life in Shanghai'' (University Press of America, 2003):70. Initially the Mansions had 370 guest rooms, Laurent Metzger, ''Les Lauriers de Shanghai: Des Concessions Internationales à la Métropole Moderne'' (Editions Olizane, 1999):29. and also housed offices and shops." According to Fiona Shen, "part hotel, part apartment block, it also catered to that fixture of Shanghai economic life during the Concession period - the young, single expatriate - with its 99 stylish and compact bachelor pads." Fiona Lindsay Shen, "Shanghai Sino Deco", ''Modernism'' (Spring 2008):92; http: publishing.yudu.com A6znj MODV11N1 resources index.htm?referrerUrl http%3A%2F%2Fwww.modernismmagazine.com%2Fviewonline.html&skipFlashCheck true Broadway Mansions Hotel was the first hotel in Shanghai that had an indoor parking facility, a structure that had four levels with 80 spaces. The phone system was built at the time of its construction, and its phone number (46260) has remained unchanged. fullname Baker Field location Manhattan, New York coordinates '''Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium at Baker Athletics Complex''' is a stadium located at the northern tip of the island of Manhattan in New York (New York City) in the Inwood (Inwood, Manhattan) neighborhood. It is primarily used for gridiron football, lacrosse, and track and field events, and is the home field of the Columbia University Lions. It opened in 1984 and holds 17,100 people. It is part of Columbia's '''Baker Athletics Complex''' (formerly known as '''Baker Field''', but not to be confused with the former Baker Bowl located in Philadelphia). The name of the film itself is a reference to a New York City natural landmark, Coogan's Bluff, a promontory in upper Manhattan overlooking the site of the former long-time home of the New York Giants (San Francisco Giants) baseball club, the Polo Grounds, with a double-meaning derived from the name of the lead character. The television series ''McCloud (McCloud (TV series))'', starring Dennis Weaver, was loosely based on this story. The '''Manhattan Clan''' are the fictional protagonists of the animated Disney (The Walt Disney Company) series ''Gargoyles (Gargoyles (TV series))''. They are six gargoyles (mythical winged humanoid creatures that turn to stone by day), the last survivors of a Scottish (Scotland) Gargoyle clan who are frozen in stone in the year 994 AD only to be reawakened in 1994 in Manhattan. Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Vienna

'Institute of Criminological Medicine' in Vienna, where medical experiments were carried out on him until his death by lethal injection in 1944. '''Grand Lux Cafe''' The owners of The Venetian (The Venetian (Las Vegas)) in Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area) asked David Overton to create an upscale casual restaurant for the Venetian. After traveling to Europe to study the cuisine, architecture, design and decor of Italian trattorias, French bistros, and the grand cafes


Singapore

the Mediterranean, and entered the Atlantic. On 28 October she reached Norfolk. '''Thames & Hudson''' (also '''Thames and Hudson''' and sometimes '''T&H''' for brevity) is a publisher of illustrated books on art, architecture, design, and visual culture. Thames and Hudson, Google Books. With its headquarters in London, England it has a sister company in New York City New York


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