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the 2nd world war. The library was started in the 1700s and its collection includes copies of the earliest printed books, unique prints, scientific and art books together with its music collection of manuscripts by Haydn, Pleyel and Goldmark. The ground floor houses an exhibition of the of the beautiful and precious military arms of Hungary, a loan from the Hungarian National Museum. The reception wing of the palace is now used as a conference centre and a meeting place for scientific and international conferences. Participants may be accommodated in the 15 quest rooms and 4 suites within the palace. During summer, concerts are held weekly in the grounds The Festetics were one of the richest aristocratic families in Hungary and had a considerable influence on the development and culture of Keszthely and the surrounding areas. Family members founded pharmacies, hospitals, Grammar schools and in 1779 Count Gyorgy Festetics founded “The Georgikon”, which was Europe’s first Independent Institution of agricultural higher education. It was established with an 11-hectare dendrological garden. Its successor “The Georgikon Faculty of Agronomy”, now functions within the local university on the corner of Deak Ferenc and Szechenyl streets. A nice feature within the town is the Helikon environmental park, which sits between the town and the lake foreshores. It is prevented from reaching the lake by the railway to Topolca. Across the railway beside Csik Ferenc setany are to be found a large number of outdoor cafes and restaurants much frequented by students from the nearby university. A popular snack served at these cafes is the famous Hungarian Langos, a deep fried potato pancake topped with either garlic dressing or cheese or both. On summer evenings the area is alive with people eating Langos and drinking beer. The centre of Keszthely is a large square alongside Kossuth Lajos Utica. This square contains two major buildings. The Gothic parish church, built on the site of a former 12th-13th century church by Palatine Istevan Lackfi. Renovations at the end of the 19th century gave the church its neo-gothic tower and rose windows. In 1974 a number of sensational 15th century frescoes were discovered in the sacristy. At the southern end of this square stands the Gymnasium built at the turn of the last century and now housing the successor to the grammar school founded by Count Pal Festetics in 1772. The section of Kossuth Lajos Utica leading from the square to the palace of the Festetics is now a pedestrian mall were one can find a number of fine restaurants which, in season, serve large numbers of alfresco diners. To the west of the central square is the marketplace set around Piac square. On Saturdays and Wednesdays the square and some surrounding streets fill with market vendor stalls selling a wide variety of wares. Flowers, fruit, vegetables, and of course paprika are available in abundance together with tools, clothes and other paraphernalia. In the spring Cherries and Walnuts are a great buy. * WikiPedia:Keszthely commons:Keszthely


a bus. Buses that go to the main gate include #1, 15, 18, 21, 29, 71 and 82. #2 or 22 go to other parts of the university. The university has a beautiful campus with old traditional buildings, extensive gardens and a small lake. Among the attractions are a small but interesting '''Anthropological Museum''' (straight ahead and a bit to the right from the main gate) and a large '''bookstore''' with quite a few high-grade Chinese art books and (by Chinese standards) a fine selection of English books. Entrance via the main gate may be restricted on busy holidays; use one of the three smaller gates which are across from Baicheng beach. thumb Nanputuo Temple (File:Xiamen Nanputuo 20120226-04.jpg) Just outside the main university gate is the south end of Siming Road, generally referred to as '''Xiada Street'''. This is a lively area of shops, street stalls and restaurants; it is only perhaps 150 m long, but packs a lot into that space, plus a few smaller streets running off it. There is also a large bookstore here, not quite as good as the university store for art books, but better for CDs and DVDs. Because this area caters to the student market, it tends to have a lot of fairly cheap stuff. You need to bargain to get good prices. Few of the vendors speak English, but there are sometimes helpful English-speaking students about. * Wikipedia:Xiamen

Porto Alegre

, from 10AM to 7PM. There's a permanent collection and an area that is often receiving new exhibitions. There's also a bistro and a store that sells art books and souvenirs. Admission is free. *

Youngstown, Ohio

paintings, ''Tony Bennett in the Studio: A Life of Art & Music'', became a best-seller among art books. Life and career Laffer was born in Youngstown, Ohio, the son of Marian Amelia "Molly" (née Betz), a homemaker and politician, and William Gillespie Laffer, a president of the Clevite Corporation.

Oklahoma City

tollfree fax hours price content Describes itself as "an independent bookstore. specializing in Beat Generation And Counter Culture Books, High & Low-Brow Art Books, Political Thought, Radicalism, Anarchism, Communist & Socialist Literature, Poetry, Philosophy, Sci-Fi, Metaphysical Studies, Classics, Avant-Garde Literature, Fiction, Eastern Religion, T-Shirts, Compact Discs, Vinyl, Videos & DVDs, Posters & Prints, as well as unique handcrafted gift items from the local


gallery to his nephew Leopold I (Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor), and it became imperial property. It is now part of the ''Kunsthistorisches Museum'' in Vienna. Company history Phaidon was founded in Vienna, Austria, in 1923 by Dr Bela Horowiz and Ludwig Goldscheider, with the objective of delivering high-quality books at affordable prices. They were able to achieve this as pioneers of the international co-edition and with large print-runs. Their first titles were not art books

, but books on literature, philosophy and history. Phaidon's large-format art books first emerged in 1936 with plates on Van Gogh (Vincent van Gogh), Botticelli (Sandro Botticelli), and the French Impressionists (Impressionism). Born in Vienna as son of August, the Prince of Lobkowicz, and his wife Sidonia, née Countess Kinsky, he was one of the political leaders of Conservative Bohemian nobility. He was a member of the Bohemian Diet (Diet (assembly)) in 1865 - 1872 and 1883

Mexico City

and Light Technique" for which she holds two patents. Her work can be found in Mexico's Presidential Collection, as well as in the private collection of Margaret Thatcher and many others. Ripstein is an accomplished artist and a UN representative for the International Association of Educators for World Peace. As a pioneer in art and healing, she has dedicated the last 33 years of her life to the inspiration of thousands of people across the world through art, books, special


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work the eXile date 2001-04-05 archiveurl http: web 20030625022811 http: 113 lead.php archivedate 2003-06-25 In each issue, they paired up the previous week's survivors, who were then compared and analysed. The winner, ''New York Times'' Moscow bureau chief Michael Wines, had a cream pie allegedly made from horse semen


Center, located in Tokyo's Ikebukuro district. Called ''"Taisho Romando"'', the store sold only ''Sakura Taisen''-related merchandise, such as costumes, toy models (model (physical)), art books (artbook), copies of the games and videos, posters, wall scrolls, and snack foods. The store had been upgraded to include the ''Sakura Cafe'', which served dishes featured and inspired by the setting and characters of ''Sakura Wars'', such as "Coquelicot Coffee", which was served in Vietnamese style that is popular in France. WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo

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