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earthquake which left 600.000 casualties behind. In memory of the earthquake municipality had built a museum of earthquake in city center. Education Sakarya University was founded as Sakarya Engineering and Architecture School in 1970. It was renamed Sakarya State Engineering and Architecture Academy in 1971. It began Master of Science and Doctorate of Philosophy programs in 1980. The programs were executed by İTÜ (İstanbul Technical University) Institute of Naturel and Applied Sciences


Westwood, Los Angeles

name "Puma" The '''Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Culture Center''', or the '''Hammer Museum''' as it is more commonly known, is an art museum in the Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles) district of Los Angeles, California. It is operated by UCLA's School of the Arts and Architecture (UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture). thumb right 250px Occidental Petroleum headquarters in Westwood, Los Angeles, California (File:Occidental Petroleum headquarters.jpg) '''Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy)''' is a California-based oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in the United States, the Middle East, North Africa, and South America. Its headquarters are in Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles), Los Angeles. "Contact Us." Occidental Petroleum Corporation. Retrieved on December 8, 2011. "Corporate Headquarters 10889 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90024-4201 " Hsu, Tiffany. "Occidental's profit soars 53% to record high on surging oil prices." ''Los Angeles Times''. April 25, 2008. C3. Retrieved on December 8, 2011. "Westwood-based Occidental Petroleum Corp." LAWA also runs the FlyAway Bus service, which operates four shuttles between LAX and Van Nuys Airport, Los Angeles Union Station (Union Station (Los Angeles)) in downtown Los Angeles, the University of California, Los Angeles in Westwood Village (Westwood, Los Angeles), West Los Angeles, and the Irvine Transportation Center (Irvine (Amtrak station)) in Orange County, California. thumb Barney's Beanery (Image:Barneys Beanery.jpg) '''Barney's Beanery''' is a chain of gastropubs in the Greater Los Angeles Area. It was originally founded in 1920 in Berkeley, California by John "Barney" Anthony, who in 1927 moved it to U.S. Route 66, now Santa Monica Boulevard, State Route 2 (California State Route 2) in West Hollywood (West Hollywood, California). Gelt, Jessica. (21 October 2010). "Barney's Beanery Rocks on at 90". ''Los Angeles Times''. Accessed 05 December 2011. As of 2011, Barney's Beanery has locations in Burbank (Burbank, California), Pasadena (Pasadena, California) (in what had been Q's Billiards at 99 East Colorado Boulevard), Santa Monica (Santa Monica, California), Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles), and the original in West Hollywood (West Hollywood, California). Barney's Beanery - Locations. Accessed 05 December, 2011. Production ''Cellular'' was filmed in Southern California, most notably in Santa Monica, Westwood, Los Angeles, Downtown Los Angeles and West Los Angeles. There were a few directorial errors throughout the film that stumped viewers. Cellular Filming Locations Peter Sarsgaard turned down the role of Ethan (and would portray a similar role a year later in ''Flightplan''), making this film Jason Statham's first film as a villain. The Sepulveda pass on Interstate 405 begins just south of Ventura Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley, climbing to just south of Mulholland Drive, then descending to just north of Sunset Boulevard, where I-405 and Sepulveda Boulevard enter the Brentwood (Brentwood, Los Angeles) and Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles) areas of West Los Angeles (Westside (Los Angeles County)). Northbound I-405 has five lanes (plus a sixth as the Ventura exit is approached), while Southbound I-405 has four lanes plus a carpool lane (although on the ascending portion there is a climbing lane). Career Hart began her full-time television career at KMTV in Omaha, Nebraska. In 1976, she went to KTVY (now KFOR-TV) in Oklahoma City, where she co-hosted a show with Danny Williams called ''Dannysday''. She also was a sales representative for a school yearbook company. Determined to leave journalism behind, she moved to the Los Angeles neighborhood of Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles) in 1979 with $10,000 in the bank. Prior plans called for this subway to extend to Fairfax Ave. and then north into the Valley but due to political disagreements, the line currently terminates here and the Red Line travels to the Valley via Vermont Avenue. Metro is now planning a project called the Westside Subway Extension (Westside Subway Extension (Los Angeles Metro)) which would extend the Metro Purple Line west from this station, possibly as far as Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles) UCLA.


South Beach

The Florida International University School of Architecture (Florida International University School of Architecture) has a sister campus at 420 Lincoln Road (Lincoln Road) in South Beach, with classroom spaces for FIU architecture, art, music and theater graduate students FIU College of Architecture + The Arts to open new home on Lincoln Road !-- Bot generated title

Elementary School *Feinberg-Fisher Elementary School Private schools *First Presbyterian International Christian School *Gordon Day School (Jewish) *Prima Casa Montessori School High schools Miami-Dade County Public Schools operates area public schools: *Miami Beach Senior High School (public) *Rabbi Alexander Gross High School (private, Jewish) Colleges and universities *The Florida International University Florida International University School of Architecture

School of Architecture has a sister campus at 420 Lincoln Road (Lincoln Road) in South Beach, with classroom spaces for FIU architecture, art, music and theater graduate students *Lubavitch


Cambridge, Ontario

; Southeast Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario) ''via Conestoga Parkway'' The University of Waterloo launched its program in architecture in 1967. More recently, in 2004, the School of Architecture (Waterloo School of Architecture) was relocated to downtown Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario) in an effort to enhance the school's facilities and strengthen its community ties. The School, located in a former industrial building on the Grand River (Ontario

) Grand River , is an important part of plans to bolster the economy of Cambridge's downtown area. Additionally, Architecture is now part of the Faculty of Engineering. It formerly fell under Environmental Studies. The School of Architecture (University of Waterloo School of Architecture) was relocated to a former mill in Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario), Ontario, in 2004. Avison was born in Galt (Cambridge, Ontario), Ontario, and grew up in Regina, Saskatchewan Regina


Greater Sudbury

Ontario School of Architecture in downtown Sudbury—the first new architecture school to launch in Canada in more than 40 years.architecture-school-opening-sudbury.aspx "'Dream project' architecture school opens its doors". ''Northern Life (Northern Life (newspaper))'', September 5, 2013. English-language public schooling is provided by the Rainbow District School Board. The board operates 27


Taiwan Province

2009 Yang then applied and was accepted into Harvard's architecture school, the Harvard Graduate School of Design, but decided not to attend. Associated Press, Edward Yang, 59, Director who focused on Taiwan Life, http: www.mercurynews.com localnewsheadlines ci_6280205, July 2, 2007. '''Collin Chou''' (


Dera Ghazi Khan

. Yasmeen Lari was exposed to architecture through her father. She was 15 years old when she first left Pakistan to go to London with her family. Initially there for a vacation, she and her siblings ended up enrolling in school in London. Upon the rejection of the architecture school for not being able to draw, Yasmeen Lari studied two years of arts in London before finally getting accepted to Oxford School of Architecture. Manghrotha is town situated in district Dera Ghazi Khan and in Tehsil Taunsa Sharif. Very limited resources are provided to the village. Mangrotha is historically important place. It has been the capital of semi-independent state of Sanghhar. Nutkani Baloch (Baloch people) (Rind (Rind (tribe)) Balochs ruled it till the end of eighteenth century AD. Nawab Asad Khan and Nawab Massu Khan were famous rulers of the place. Asad Khan saved his state from Sikh occupation. The national language of the Baloch is Balochi. But in this region common language is Sarayeki. '''Nutkani''' Baloch one of ruling baloch tribe in region, living in the Mongrotha and nearby area of Taunsa Sharif and Dera Ghazi Khan. The Nutkani is major cast. '''Asadi''' , '''Mundrani''' , '''Machrani''' , '''Datani''' , '''Kartani''' . '''Shadani''', are largest clan of "'''Nutkani'''". Tareens in Pakistani Punjab In the areas now comprising Pakistani Punjab, Tareens are found principally in some numbers in Dera Ghazi Khan, Attock (Chach area)Multan(Tareen Road), and Faisalabad(Millat Road), districts, although there are small, scattered populations to be found elsewhere too. Karachi Port near Karachi was connected to Jhirk the head quarter of Indus Flotilla, which was in Jhirk town near Kotri and then it will go up to Mithankot Rajanpur district near Dera Ghazi Khan and then to the last point Makhad Attock. This part of Indus Flotilla was called Punjab flotilla and the Indus flotilla Interchangeably. Post Mughal era In 1739 after Nadir Shah had defeated the Mughal (Mughal Empire)s and acquired all the territory west of the Indus, he made the Mirani Wazir, Mahmud Khan Gujar, governor in Dera Ghazi Khan under the Kalhora chief, who also became his vassal. Under Ahmad Shah Durrani the Kalhoras and the Miranis, now in a state of decadence, contended for possession of Dera Ghazi Khan, but Mahmud Khan Gujar appears to have been its real governor. He was succeeded by his nephew, who was killed in 1779, and the Durranis then appointed governors direct for a period of thirty-two years. Meanwhile the last of the Hot chiefs of Dera Ismail Khan had been deposed in 1770, and his territories also were administered from Kabul. In 1794 Humayun Shah attempted to deprive Zaman Shah Durrani of his kingdom, but he was defeated and fell into the hands of Muhammad Khan Sadozai, governor of the Sind-Sagar Doab . Location of Chandio This was the first Baloch (Baloch people) tribe who had left the mountains of Balochistan, especially from Harboe (Kalat) and Dhadar (Bolan), due to disappointment of a useless and Baloch genocide war between Rind and Lashari. This tribe settled in Kohe Suleman areas of D.G Khan. The chief of the tribe at that time (1600 AD), Sardar Harian Khan Baloch established a new village in the name of his younger son, Ahmed Khan Chandio and was commonly known as Kot Ahmed Khan. This village at present is known as Kotla Ahmed Khan near Dera Ghazi Khan, and the grave of this brave Sardar is in the boundary wall of Pir Shakhi Sarwar near D.G Khan. The group migrated from Dera Ghazi Khan to mountains of Khirther. That was the region where this family lived, called Chandka region, which is in the Qambar-Shahdadkot, Larkana and Dadu (Dadu District) districts. The family later spread throughout the Sindh and Punjab region. The Chandio tribe is now spread out over Pakistan with a concentration in Sindh. At tahsil Miro Khan distt: Qamber-Shahdadkot Village Sardar Bhanbho Khan Chandio is second oldest village of chandios this village areas are also called "Dhailaar". Karachi Port near Karachi was connected to Jhirk the head quarter of Indus flotilla , which was in Jhirk town near Kotri and then it will go up to Mithankot Rajanpur district near Dera Ghazi Khan and then to the last point Makhad Attock. This part of Indus flotilla was called Punjab flotilla and the Indus flotilla Interchangeably. History Rajanpur was named by a warlord Makhdoom Shaikh Rajan in 1772-73.


Oulu

their main campuses located in Oulu. Oulu is home to the most northerly architecture school in the world. The school is best known for its strong regionalistic ideas for developing architecture. This movement is named "the Oulu school" ("Oulun koulu") of architecture. commons:Oulu


Fukuoka

of Architecture School of Architecture at the University of Southern California. The firm developed into a major international company with key urban regeneration projects overseas, including Beursplein in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and Canal City Hakata in Fukuoka, Japan, both in 1996, as well as significant other projects in Japan, Balcony press China, and Europe. Jerde has continued to evolve


Suzhou

from the gardens at Suzhou. In 1935 he moved to the United States and enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania's architecture school, but quickly transferred to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was unhappy with the focus at both schools on Beaux-Arts architecture, and spent his free time researching the emerging architects, especially Le Corbusier. After graduating, he joined the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) and became friends with the Bauhaus


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