;the Beach" stands the elaborately designed Montréal suburb of Mount Royal. The Canadian Northern Railway built Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec) northwest of Montréal in 1910 to 1925. It was a corporate suburb that was planned, designed, and developed as a real estate venture to help offset the costs of building a railway tunnel into the center of Montreal. Its main designer was Frederick Todd, a protégé of the junior Olmsted and Canada's most prominent landscape architect of the early 20th century. His design was influenced by the City Beautiful ideals of Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., and the garden city movement principles of Henry Vivian (Henry Harvey Vivian). Origin of name Mont-Royal takes its name from Town of Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec) (in French (French language), Ville-Mont-Royal), where the station is located; the town in turn, takes its name from Mount Royal, the mountain that dominates the Island of Montreal. Canora (Canora (AMT)) Border between the town of Mount-Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec) and the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce STM (Société de transport de Montréal) buses (Canora (AMT)#Connecting bus routes). * In Cambodia, Phnom Penh Municipality is surrounded by Kandal Province. * In Canada: In Quebec, the city of Westmount (Westmount, Quebec), the town of Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec), and, collectively, the municipalities of Hampstead (Hampstead, Quebec), Côte Saint-Luc (Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec) and Montreal West (Montréal-Ouest) (Montreal West, Quebec) are all enclaves in the city of Montreal. Similarly, the city of L'Ancienne-Lorette (L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec) is an enclave in Quebec City after the demerger on January 1, 2006. In Saskatchewan, the city of Saskatoon is an enclave inside the rural municipality of Corman Park (Corman Park No. 344, Saskatchewan). ** The Haskell Free Library and Opera House is located on the line between the United States and Canada; the library is physically located in Stanstead, Quebec in Canada, but the front door to the building exits onto Caswell Avenue in Derby Line, Vermont in the United States. A special exception allows Canadians and Americans to cross the border in order to use the building's facilities, but they must return back to their home country (or see the Customs office) or they can be charged with illegally entering the other country.
Valley Lake , which provides drinking water for the nearby city of Bristol and surrounding areas. The lake is a prominent landscape feature of the valley, a focus for recreation, and is internationally recognised for its nature conservation interest, because of the bird species, plants and insects. To the north of Bath (Bath, Somerset) are Lansdown (Lansdown, Bath), Langridge and Solsbury (Solsbury Hill) hills. These are outliers of the Cotswolds. Governance upright thumb The council chamber in the Guildhall, Bath Guildhall (File:Bath Guildhall, Council chamber, toward chair.jpg) away. The parish has a population of 1,286 and includes the village of Temple Cloud. Cameley is part of the Mendip Ward which is represented by one councillor on the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset which was created in 1996, as established by the Local Government Act 1992. It provides a single tier of local government (local government in the United Kingdom) with responsibility for almost all local government functions within its area including local planning (planning permission) and building control (Building regulations in the United Kingdom), local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection, recycling, cemeteries, crematoria, leisure services, parks, and tourism. It is also responsible for education (Local Education Authority), social services, libraries (library), main roads, public transport, trading standards (Trading Standards), waste disposal and strategic planning, although fire, police and ambulance services are provided jointly with other authorities through the Avon Fire and Rescue Service, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and the Great Western Ambulance Service.
, Marksbury and Newton St Loe plateau areas to the east. The River Chew was dammed in the 1950s to create Chew Valley Lake, which provides drinking water for the nearby city of Bristol and surrounding areas. The lake is a prominent landscape feature of the valley, a focus for recreation, and is internationally recognised for its nature conservation interest, because of the bird species, plants and insects. Bath is approximately Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol
http: www.lovemeansnothing.ca media tennis-canada-media-centre professional Polansky-into-NB-Futures-final . '''Henry Ward Ranger''' (January 29, 1858 – November 7, 1916 ), American artist, was born in western New York State. He became a prominent landscape and marine painter, much of his work being done in the Netherlands, and showing the influence of the modern Dutch school. He became a National Academician (1906), and a member of the American Water Color Society
Square (New York City) Union Square neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The three-level auditorium has served as a Polish Army (Polish Land Forces) veterans' headquarters, a swing music ballroom, a rock (Rock music) venue and has hosted church services as well. Design and history The apartment towers were designed by Leonard Schultze and Associates, the post-War successor firm to Schultze and Weaver, in partnership with prominent landscape architect Thomas
in Vienna, then in Los Angeles. Alma Schindler was born in Vienna, Austria (then Austria-Hungary), to the prominent landscape painter Emil Jakob Schindler and his wife Anna von Bergen, in 1879. Although Alma later claimed to have grown up in a privileged environment, the family was only moderately successful. After her father's death (1892), her mother married her late husband's former pupil Carl Moll, who was a co-founder of the Vienna Secession. Image:Gustav Mahler
Broek worked with Jacob B. Bakema. After Brinkman's death, the architectural firm was known as Van den Broek and Bakema. They collaborated to design landmarks and neighborhoods in Rotterdam and around the Netherlands, and participated in the 1957 Interbau project in Berlin. '''Henry Ward Ranger''' (January 29, 1858 – November 7, 1916 ), American artist, was born in western New York State. He became a prominent landscape and marine painter, much of his work being done
''' (January 29, 1858 – November 7, 1916 ), American artist, was born in western New York State. He became a prominent landscape and marine painter, much of his work being done in the Netherlands, and showing the influence of the modern Dutch school. He became a National Academician (1906), and a member of the American Water Color Society. He is considered a Tonalist (Tonalism). Among his paintings are, ''Top of the Hill'', Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C
Publications Map_moon Map_moon.htm Moon Maps . MSU (Moscow State University) As a lot of prominent landscape features of the far side were discovered by Soviet (Soviet Union) space probes, Soviet scientists selected names for them. This caused some controversy, and the International Astronomical Union, leaving many of those names intact, later assumed the role of naming lunar features on this hemisphere. Inter-War The Soviet Union began developing mines in the early 1920s, and in 1924 produced its first anti-tank mine, the EZ mine. The mine, which was developed by Yegorov and Zelinskiy, had a 1 kg charge, which was enough to break the tracks of contemporary tanks. Meanwhile in Germany, defeat spurred the development of anti-tank mines, with the first truly modern mine, the Tellermine 29, entering service in 1929. It was a disc shaped device approximately 30 cm across filled with about 5 kg of high explosives. A second mine, the Tellermine 35 was developed in 1935. Anti-tank mines were used by both sides during the Spanish Civil War. Notably, Republican forces lifted mines placed by Nationalist forces and used them against the Nationalists. This spurred the development of anti-handling devices for anti-tank mines. Second World War thumb right 230px Soviet Union Soviet (Image:Soviet TM-35 mine at the Museum on Sapun Mountain in Sevastopol.jpg) TM-35 mine at the Museum of Heroic Defense and Liberation of Sevastopol on Sapun Mountain, Sevastopol The German Tellermine was a purpose-built anti-tank mine developed during the period between the First and Second World Wars, the first model being introduced in 1929. Some variants were of a rectangular shape, but in all cases the outer casing served only as container for the explosives and fuze, without being used to destructive effect (e.g. shrapnel (Fragmentation (weaponry))). A vital industrial centre of Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk was one of the key centres of the nuclear (Nuclear power), arms (Arms industry), and space (Soviet space program) industries of the former Soviet Union. In particular, it is home to Yuzhmash, a major space and ballistic missile designer and manufacturer. Because of its military industry, the city was a closed city A closed city does not allow foreigners inside without official permission. until the 1990s. During the past century, the economic activity of the city has defined its political importance. Dnipropetrovsk and the surrounding oblast are the birthplace of the "Dnipropetrovsk Faction", an influential informal political group inside the CPSU, members of which were the industrial and party elite. Leonid Brezhnev, a native of the nearby city of Dniprodzerzhyns'k and later the Communist Party General Secretary (General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union), assured members of this group of a prominent place in Soviet society and politics. Members of this group are believed by many political scientists to have ruled not only the Ukrainian SSR but also the entire Soviet Union up to the accession of Mikhail Gorbachev to the position of CPSU General Secretary and President of the Soviet Union. Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик
. left thumb 180px Tariffville Gorge from Hatchet Hill (Image:Farmingtonriver gorge.jpg) The Metacomet Trail traverses the trap rock Metacomet Ridge which extends from Long Island Sound to the Massachusetts Vermont border. This ridge, rising hundreds of feet above the Connecticut River, Farmington River, and Quinnipiac River valleys, is a prominent landscape feature of central Connecticut. From south to north, the trail uses the ridges of the Hanging Hills, Short Mountain, Ragged Mountain (Ragged Mountain (Connecticut)), Bradley Mountain, Pinnacle Rock (Pinnacle Rock (Connecticut)), Rattlesnake Mountain (Rattlesnake Mountain (Connecticut)), Farmington Mountain, Talcott Mountain, Hatchet Hill, Peak Mountain, and West Suffield Mountain. Abrupt vertical cliffs with visible talus (scree) slopes and frequent viewpoints are common throughout. Views are generally to the west from West Suffield Mountain south through Ragged Mountain; with views in all directions at varying points in the Hanging Hills. The Farmington River cuts through the ridgeline between Hatchet Hill and Talcott Mountain in the Tariffville Gorge (east of Simsbury (Simsbury, Connecticut)). Historic features along the trail include Old Newgate Prison museum and copper mine in East Granby; Heublein Tower on Talcott Mountain with expansive view of four states; the Hill-Stead museum in Farmington, Connecticut, notable for its French (France) impressionist painting collection and gardens; and Hubbard Park of the Hanging Hills of Meriden, designed with the help of famous landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead and crowned with a small observation tower known as Castle Craig. Hubbard Park. PDF Brochure. South Central Regional Council of Governments. Cited Dec. 13, 2007. The trap rock ridges and talus slopes of the Metacomet Ridge are also home to several unique microclimate ecosystems that support species of plants that are unusual or endangered in this part of New England, and are a seasonal migration path for raptors (birds of prey). Farnsworth, Elizabeth J. "Metacomet-Mattabesett Trail Natural Resource Assessment.", 2004. PDF file. Cited Nov. 20, 2007. Viewshed from the ledges include agrarian land, suburbs, small towns, river corridors, the eastern Berkshires (The Berkshires) ridgeline, and metropolitan Meriden and Hartford. For experienced and ambitious glider (Glider (sailplane)) pilots, Lesce-Bled can be an ideal start point for long distance flights in the direction of Italy, Austria and even further to Germany, France and Switzerland. Ridges and mountains close to Lesce allow early take-off. Pilots can then follow the Alps in a north-westerly direction. High speeds are attainable due to the ridges. In 1830 Paparrigopoulos travelled to Greece to study in the "Central School" (Κεντρικό Σχολείο) of Aegina, founded by the Greek leader Ioannis Kapodistrias (John Capodistria). He continued his studies in the universities of France and Germany. The '''Institut National des Appellations d'Origine''' ('''INAO''') is the French (France) organization charged with regulating French agricultural products with Protected Designations of Origin (Protected Designation of Origin) (PDOs). Controlled by the French government, it forms part of the Ministry of Agriculture (Ministry of Agriculture (France)). The organization was co-founded by Châteauneuf-du-Pape (Châteauneuf-du-Pape (AOC)) producer Baron Pierre Le Roy. H. Karis ''The Chateauneuf-du-Pape Wine Book'' pg 18, 254-256, 473 First Edition Kavino Publishing 2009 ISBN 908120171 Construction Construction commenced in February 2007 and was completed in November 2009. The construction contract was awarded to a South African–French (France) consortium of Basil Read Construction and Bouygues Construction. Use in the Luftwaffe During the Battle of Britain, the Luftwaffe used Messerschmitt Bf 109s and Bf 110 (Messerschmitt Bf 110)s based in France as escort fighter-bombers. Flying with the Heinkel He 111 and Junkers Ju 88 medium bombers, they would drop their light bomb-load and—for a brief period—fight off the British fighters. Although flying from relatively close airfields in France, the Bf 109 was operating at the very edge of its range, while the Bf 110, specifically designed for the escort role, had inferior performance and was easily outperformed by the Supermarine Spitfire and the Hawker Hurricane employed by the Royal Air Force. He studied medicine at the University of Glasgow, then he served as a medical officer during World War I in France and Mesopotamia. With the success of his comedies in London, Bridie became a full-time writer in 1938. The Bridie Library in Glasgow University Union, an organisation of which he was President, is named for him. thumb right 250 px '''Arthur Giry''' (Image:Arthur Giry.jpg) '''Jean-Marie-Joseph-Arthur Giry''' (28 29 February 1848–13 November 1899) was a French (France) historian, noted for his studies of France in the Middle Ages. '''Ronnie Le Drew''' is a puppeteer who was born in Toronto, Canada and trained at the Little Angel Theatre, London under John Wright. His association With the '''Little Angel''' spans over thirty years as performer, and later as director. Other theatre credits have included Ala-al-din (Clifford Heap Miniature Theatre UK Tour) Through Wooden Eyes (Hogarth Puppets UK Tour) Hans the Bell Ringer (Oxford Play House and Civic Theatre Darlington.) Angelo (Purcell Room, London) Soldiers Tale, The Box of Toys, Amahl and the Night Visitors, Genevieve De Brabant, Reynard the Fox. (Queen Elizabeth Hall, London and Norwich Puppet Theatre.) Cinderella, Frog Prince, Peter and the Wolf, Pinocchio, (Midlands (English Midlands) Arts Centre, Birmingham.) and Polynesia in Doctor Dolittle UK (United Kingdom) Tour Scottish Arts Council Funded Tours, and visits to America (United States), Israel, Denmark, France, Belgium and Czechoslovakia followed. The Bob campaign originated in Belgium, in 1995, and the concept has been picked up in the Netherlands, and also Luxembourg, France, and Greece will follow, Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France