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Tigard, Oregon

in growth as Main Street blossomed with the construction of several new commercial buildings, Germania Hall (a two-story building featuring a restaurant, grocery store, dance hall, and rooms to rent), a shop post office, and a livery stable. Limited telephone service began in 1908. In 1910, the arrival of the Oregon Electric Railway triggered the development of Main Street and pushed Tigardville from being merely a small farming community into a period of growth which would lead to its


Lakeside Apartments District, Oakland, California

log 2009 March 25 date May 2012 -- After purchasing the parcel, the owners divided the parcel into two pieces, one along Lakeside Drive featuring the apartment building, and another parcel behind the building featuring the gardens. The owners then sought to donate the gardens parcel to the City of Oakland in exchange for Historic Preservation property (property tax) tax credits. Oakland's Real Estate Services Division and Office of Parks and Recreation Staff entered


Constanța

of its benefactor. It's a fine building featuring elements of neoclassical architecture, located in the heart of the city, on Ferdinand Boulevard. Neighborhoods width "100%" align "center" style "width:25%; vertical-align:top;" * Abator * Anadalchioi * Badea Cârțan * Boreal * Casa de Cultură * Centru * C.E.T. * Coiciu * Dacia * Energia * Faleză Nord style "width:25%; vertical-align:top;" * Faleză Sud (Poarta 6) * Far * Gară * Groapă * Halta Traian * I.C.I.L. * I. C. Brătianu (Filimon Sîrbu between 1948–1990) * Inel I * Inel II * Km. 4 (Billa) * Km. 4-5 style "width:25%; vertical-align:top;" * Km. 5 * Mamaia * Medeea * Palas * Palazu Mare * Peninsulă * Pescărie * Piața Chiliei * Piața Griviței * Port * Tăbăcarie style "width:25%; vertical-align:top;" * Tomis I * Tomis II * Tomis III * Tomis IV * Tomis Nord * Trocadero * Unirii * Victoria * Viile Noi * Zona Industrială (Formally, Mamaia and Palazu Mare are separate villages administered by Constanța municipality.) Politics The current mayor of Constanța is Radu Ștefan Mazăre (Radu Ştefan Mazăre) (Social Democratic Party). The Constanța Municipal Council, elected in the 2008 local government elections (Romanian local election, 2008), is made up of 27 councilors, with the following party composition: class "wikitable" - ! style "background:#ccc"     ! style "background:#ccc" Party ! style "background:#ccc" Seats in 2004 (Romanian local election, 2004) ! style "background:#ccc" Seats in 2008 ! style "background:#ccc" colspan "19" Current Council - Wikipedia:Constanța Commons:Category:Constanţa


Ulan Bator

Square is the Mongolian Parliament (State Great Khural) building, featuring a large statue of Chinggis Khan (Genghis Khan) at the top of the front steps. Peace Avenue (''Enkh Taivny Urgon Chuloo''), the main thoroughfare through town, runs along the south side of the square. Kohn, p. 52 Zaisan Memorial The Zaisan Memorial, a memorial to Soviet soldiers killed in World War II, sits on a hill south of the city. The Zaisan Memorial includes a Soviet tank paid


Kitchener, Ontario

converted into a luxury, high-rise apartment building, featuring loft condominiums. In 2012, Desire2Learn, located in downtown Kitchener, received $80 million in venture capitalist funding from OMERS Ventures (OMERS) and New Enterprise Associates.


Works Progress Administration

of the oldest public airports in the country. The first passenger service, to Cleveland, began in 1927. A WPA (Works Progress Administration)-built Art Deco terminal building featuring a v-shapped terminal with a large cylindrical tower was added in 1938. The terminal's first expansion, which enlarged the terminal to 11 gates and added a restaurant, was constructed in 1955 to keep up with increasing traffic and larger planes. In 1959, after being acquired by the Niagara Frontier


Indonesia

. It is a coeducational institution, drawing students from the all island groups of the Federated States of Micronesia, as well as the Republic of Palau and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Teachers are both Jesuit and lay and come from Micronesia, the U.S., Indonesia, Japan, and Australia. All lay teachers are volunteers. Image:Cmssciences.jpg thumb 200px right The foyer of the multi-million dollar Chemical and Molecular Sciences building, featuring the "double helix"


Turkey

(fungi) truffle of pipe (smoking pipe (tobacco)) tobaccos, it is used as a component in many blended pipe tobaccos, but is too strong to be smoked pure. At one time, the freshly moist Perique was also chewed, but none is now sold for this purpose. It is typically blended with pure Virginia to lend spice, strength, and coolness to the blend. File:ALB 20070720 img 1455.jpg thumb right 250px Building featuring Italian architecture now used as the Ministry of Defence (Albania) Ministry


Singapore

, the ship entered the Bethlehem Steel Co. shipyard at San Pedro, California, for her regular overhaul. She remained there into 1978. thumb 200px right The foyer of the multi-million dollar Chemical and Molecular Sciences building, featuring the "double helix" staircase (Image:Cmssciences.jpg) The University of Western Australia is strongly committed to internationalisation of all aspects of its activities. UWA has formal agreements with 44 international institutions, promoting


Japan

of the Shumei Foundation, and is located in a prize-winning building featuring a combination of western and oriental architectural styles on the campus of the University of Kent at Canterbury. The Chaucer College group also includes Kingsgate College, near Broadstairs, which dates from the turn of the twentieth century and welcomes Japanese High School students. All students are recruited by the Shumei Foundation, and many are drawn from its educational establishments in Japan, consisting of a small


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