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Siófok

hours Church service: Sunday and holidays 9.30, 10.00 price content Imre Makovecz, an architect who has fused the traditions of vernacular architecture with the most modern techniques, designed this truly unusual Lutheran church. As in most of the architect's other buildings, wood, as a natural building material, is dominant. The tower is crowned with a Cross that emerges from the Tree of Life, symbolising that the Cross of Golgotha is not a sign of death rather one showing the path to eternal life. The church has four entrances and 150 seats. The angel wings above its main entrance protect those who enter. Above the east-facing altar László Péterffy's Statue of The Resurrected (A feltámadott) can be seen. * WikiPedia:Siófok Commons:Category:Siófok


Eugene, Oregon

of a street never built. There are a number of community gardens on public property. Amazon Neighborhood has a former church turned into a community center. Whiteaker hosts a housing co-op that dates from the early 1970s that has re-purposed both their parking lots into food production and play space. An unusual eco-village with natural building techniques and large shared garden can be found in Jefferson Westside neighborhood. A several block area in the River Road Neighborhood is known as a permaculture hotspot with an increasing number of suburban homes trading grass for garden, installing rain water catchment systems, food producing landscapes and solar retrofits. Several sites have planted gardens by removing driveways. A 65-tree filbert (hazelnut) grove on public property is being restored by citizen volunteers in cooperation with the city of Eugene. There are deepening social and economic networks in the neighborhood. Anarchism right thumb upright Anarchists at an Occupy Eugene event in November, 2011 (File:Eugene Anarchists.jpg) Some Eugene anarchist (anarchism)s gained international notoriety in 1999 for their perceived role in the violent protests at the WTO Conference (WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity) in Seattle.


Kingston upon Hull

. This curving Georgian street leads to Dagger Lane. The Prince after which it was named was the future King George IV. thumb Merchants Warehouse, Trinity Square (Image:Merchants Warehouse, Trinity Square, Hull.jpg) *'''Merchants Warehouse''' is on the corner of King Street and Robson Row which lies on the south west corner of the square. Once the offices of various merchants it is now flats. This large brick building is a reminder that Hull has no natural building stone nearby so many


Israel

ecological, social, economical and spiritual aspects into a unified whole. Practical skills are developed through hands-on work in the Center for Creative Ecology, one of Israel's largest environmental education centers, organic gardens, alternative natural building projects and the Lotan migratory bird reserve, complemented by theoretical sessions in topics such as ecological design, permaculture and sustainability. Commons:Category:Israel Wikipedia:Israel Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel


Germany

Olive Cultivation in Ancient Greece, section 6.3.2. p. 141 (''figures'') ISBN 0198152884, ISBN 9780198152880 author Lin Foxhall publisher Oxford University Press year 2007 It was restored and reconstructed in 2004-2005 through collaboration between Ege University, a Turkish olive-oil exporter and a German (Germany) natural building components company, as well as by local artisans, on the basis of the clearly visible millstone with a cylindrical roller

9780198152880 author Lin Foxhall publisher Oxford University Press year 2007 It was restored and reconstructed in 2004-2005 through collaboration between Ege University, a Turkish olive-oil exporter and a German (Germany) natural building components company, as well as by local artisans, on the basis of the clearly visible millstone with a cylindrical roller and three separation pits. The olive oil obtained turned out to be quite a success in business terms


United States

'' (Natural Building Series, 2004). '''Johnson Wax Headquarters''' is the world headquarters and administration building of S. C. Johnson & Son in Racine, Wisconsin. Designed by American (United States) architect Frank Lloyd Wright for the company's president, Herbert F. "Hib" Johnson, the building was constructed from 1936 to 1939.


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