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Beersheba

, the construction of high-rise buildings began in Beersheba. Today, downtown Beersheba has been described as a "clean, compact, and somewhat sterile-looking collection of high-rise office and residential


Wellington

en Roads - Development '' (from Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand, 1966 Edition. Accessed 2008-07-19.) Approximately 12,000 soldiers were involved in the construction over two years. After the wars, more peaceful uses predominated, and the road became the main social and commercial link to the growing agricultural areas south of Auckland.


Auckland

link to the growing agricultural areas south of Auckland. thumb right 250px Location of the Hauraki Plains. (Image:NZ-Hauraki P.png) The '''Hauraki Plains''' are a geographical feature and non-administrative area located in the northern North Island of New Zealand, at the lower (northern) end


Tel Aviv

tallest buildings in height, and was the tallest in the Middle East. In the mid-1990s, the construction of skyscrapers began throughout the entire city, altering its skyline. Before that, Tel Aviv had had a generally low-rise skyline.


Malta

; Joseph Borg. Media Landscape – Malta – European Journalism Centre There are six major nationwide television channels in Malta: TVM (TVM (Malta)), One Television (One TV (Malta)), NET Television (NET Television (Malta)), Smash Television, Favourite


Pittsburgh

, it was the rivers that made the city. The rivers allowed for the transport of raw materials and provided water used for making steel, and allowed for easy shipping of finished products. Today, the rivers attract mostly recreational boaters, but still support extensive barge traffic. Pittsburgh claims to have more '''bridges''' than any city in the world (only counting bridges over 20 feet, 440 or so within Pittsburgh, and over 1700 in the county). The hilly landscape—arguably


Romania

in Essex before moving back to London. Schama writes of this period in the Introduction to ''Landscape & Memory'' (pp. 3–4) I had no hill the previous paragraph had talked of his enthusiasm for ''Puck of Pook's Hill'' , but I did have the Thames. It was not the upstream river that the poets in my Palgrave (Palgrave's Golden Treasury) claimed burbled betwixt mossy banks. ... It was the low, gull-swept estuary, the marriage bed of salt and fresh water


Turkey

&search true2&srchtxt 1&srchhead 1&srchauthor 1&srchsandp 1&scsrch 0 title Schama’s art of making history publisher by The Jewish Chronicle date accessdate 2006-07-23 In the mid-1940s, the family moved to Southend-on-Sea in Essex before moving back to London. Schama writes of this period in the Introduction to ''Landscape & Memory'' (pp. 3–4) I had no hill the previous paragraph had talked of his enthusiasm


New Zealand

Development en Roads - Development '' (from Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand, 1966 Edition. Accessed 2008-07-19.) Approximately 12,000 soldiers were involved in the construction over two years. After the wars, more peaceful uses predominated, and the road became the main social and commercial link to the growing agricultural areas south of Auckland.


United States

exaggeration) on the raw, even terrifying power of nature. The best examples of Canadian landscape art can be found in the works of the Group of Seven (Group of Seven (artists)), prominent in the 1920s. "Landscapes" inLandscape&PHPSESSID 709io6475tfesngi2m7226o454 Virtual Vault, an online exhibition of Canadian historical art at Library and Archives Canada * Robert Clive, 1st Baron


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