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Gorman, California

version in Japan). ;The Umbrellas "The Umbrellas (Christo and Jeanne-Claude#The Umbrellas, Japan–USA, 1984–91)," a site specific (site specific art) art installation (installation art) by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, surrounded Gorman and Tejon Pass in late September and early October of 1991. It was created with 1,760 large yellow umbrellas, placed from the roadsides to the mountainsides. A simultaneous installation of blue umbrellas was created in Japan. Thousands of visitors

Armidale, New South Wales

New England Regional Art Museum * Cathedral Rock National Park * Waterfall Way and Wollomombi Falls * Mount Yarrowyck (Yarrowyck, New South Wales) Aboriginal Rock Art site * Gemstone fossicking Notable people The following notable people were either born in, currently live in or previously resided in Armidale * Peter Turnbull (Peter Turnbull (RAAF officer)), WW2 fighter ace * Gayla Reid, writer * Joe Roff, rugby union player * David G Williams

Columbus, Georgia

Metropolitan Statistical Area (Columbus, Georgia metropolitan area). The population was 1,664 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Marion County (Marion County, Georgia) . It is the birthplace of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Luther H. Story The visionary art site Pasaquan is located four miles (6 km) from Buena Vista, in rural Marion County. In 1867, the town was re-chartered by the state

Youngstown, Ohio

hasn't recovered (as of 2010). *Black Monday, 27 November 1978 - when former San Francisco Supervisor Dan White assassinated (Moscone–Milk assassinations) Mayor George Moscone and openly gay Supervisor Harvey Milk. Gummer's commissioned works have included ''Primary Compass'' (2000), a site-specific (Site-specific art) outdoor permanent sculpture at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio and a sculpture fountain in Historic New Harmony, New Harmony


Art Site, Somaliland journal African Archaeological Review year 2008 volume 25 pages 153–168 url http: doc494.htm accessdate 22 June 2013 doi 10.1007 s10437-008-9032-2 <


. It suspended its operations on 15 December 2006, leaving more than 330,000 passengers stranded in Latin America and Spain. Air Comet took over the Latin American routes, but has now ceased operations as well. '''Dani Karavan''' (Hebrew: דני קרוון, born 1930 ) is an Israeli sculptor best known for site specific (site specific art) memorials and monuments which merge into the environment. Image:DovBigon.jpg thumb right Rabbi Dov Bigon


Arnold Bode in 1955 as part of the Bundesgartenschau (Federal Horticultural Show) which took place in Kassel at that time. This first documenta featured many artists who are generally considered to have had a significant influence on modern art (such as Picasso and Kandinsky). The more recent documentas feature art from all continents; nonetheless most of it is site-specific (Site-specific art). The latest documenta, the documenta XII, was from 16th of June until 23rd of September 2007. Every documenta is limited to 100 days of exhibition, which is why it is often referred to as the “museum of 100 days”. Arnold Bode coined this phrase for the first time in the prologue of the first volume of the catalogue: ''documenta III. Internationale Ausstellung; Catalogue: Volume 1: Painting and Sculpture; Volume 2: Sketches; Volume 3: Industrial Design, Print; Kassel Köln 1964; S. XIX'' The documenta XIII will begin on June 9th, 2012. It often coincides with three other major art world events: the Venice Biennale, Art Basel and Skulptur Projekte Münster. thumb right The Fridericianum (Image:Fridericianum-d12.JPG) during the documenta XII '''Coburg''' is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the districts of Kronach (Kronach (district)), Lichtenfels (Lichtenfels (district)), Bamberg (Bamberg (district)) and Haßberge (Haßberge (district)), and by the state of Thuringia (districts Hildburghausen (Hildburghausen (district)) and Sonneberg (Sonneberg (district))). The district is surrounding, but not including the city of Coburg (Coburg, Germany). *''Mayfair (Mayfair (magazine))'' (UK (United Kingdom)) *''Men's magazine (Men's Magazine (magazine))'' (Italy, Germany, Austria and Belgium) *''Men's World'' (UK (United Kingdom)) Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany

United States

, Georgia Marion County '''Dearing''' is a town in McDuffie County (McDuffie County, Georgia), Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)), United States. The population was 441 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area

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