within sports. Athletes of Jewish origin were excluded from participation in relevant sporting events. Von Tschammer's biography 1936 Olympic Games: Zenith of the Nazi Sports Office In 1936 Hans von Tschammer und Osten, as the head of the Deutscher Reichsbund für Leibesübungen, played a major role in the structure and coordination of the Summer Olympics (1936 Summer Olympics) in Berlin
Nazification of Sport Many Jews and Gypsies were banned from participating in sporting events, including Jewish four-time world record holder and 10-time German national champion Lilli Henoch.
connects the districts of Santa Cruz and Campo Grande following the railway line and integrating the stations. In 2012 the TransOeste line, part of the BRT (BRT (Rio de Janeiro)) network, linked Santa Cruz with Campo Grande and Barra da Tijuca, reducing by up to half the average travel time. A project predicts the possibility of using the Airport Bartolomeu base air to assist in achieving the next sporting events hosted in the city. Services and Communications right thumb Jardim da Saudade Paciência cemetery (File:Jardim da Saudade - Paciência em Santa Cruz.JPG) The district enjoys various public services, provided by the various levels of government and individuals, such as hospitals and clinics, the ''Center for Zoonosis Control Paulo Dacorso Filho'', which is a reference in the municipality in the treatment of zoonosis and systems development Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance, the Resource Center Integrated Service Teen, various agencies of the Post Office and bank branches, a detachment of the Fire Brigade, the 36th Police Precinct and 27th Military Police Battalion, in addition to the municipal cemetery located near ''Matadouro'' and ''Jardim da Saudade cemetery''. The neighborhood was the first city to rely on the signal service of free broadband internet, the ''IluminaRio''. Santa Cruz also has a television transmitting antenna for UHF channel 26, is currently not used by any broadcaster. Economy Santa Cruz has a diversified economy, with rural areas, an important industrial area for the city and a business that has experienced significant growth in recent years. Agriculture During the Getúlio Vargas government in the 1930s, the region of Santa Cruz, went through great works of sanitation and the creation of agricultural colonies. In 1938 came the first families of Japanese Mogi das Cruzes, São Paulo State, to fill the newly created lots Colonial Center and implement new experiences in agriculture. Even today there agricultural colonies that produce cassava, fruits and vegetables in the fields of Santa Cruz Air Base and coconut fields in ''Campo de São Miguel'' and ''Campo São Marcos'' on the banks of the Rio-Santos highway (BR-101). In the region of the ''Jesuitas'' there are also several plantations and small herds of cattle. Industry right thumb Thyssenkrupp's Steel mill (Image:CSA Thyssenkrupp.jpg) In the year 1960, the Rio de Janeiro is no longer the capital of the country to be the state of Guanabara. Finding himself without the resources of the federal administration, there was a need to seek alternatives to the economic development of the state. In 1975, opened the Industrial Zone of Santa Cruz. In it are installed several industrial establishments, such as the Casa da Moeda do Brasil, Cosigua (Gerdau Group), Valesul, White Martins, Glasurit, the Santa Cruz plant, Linde S A, Ecolab Chemicals Ltd., Aluminum Cans S A - LATASA, Factory Carioca Catalysts - FCC, Pan American S A Chemical, among others. They are represented by AEDIN - Association of the Industrial District of Santa Cruz. The Industrial Zone is located on the border between the municipality of Rio de Janeiro and the Itaguaí, and part of the back area of the Port of Itaguaí. The Atlantic Steel Company (CSA) was established in 2010, is the largest steel mill in South America, occupying an area of nine million square meters including a private marina, power plant, steel flat sheets for export and coke. Trade left thumb Santa Cruz Shopping mall (File:Santa Cruz Shopping.JPG) Santa Cruz in recent years has shown great growth in its trade and services sector targeting the local market, due to growth and rising incomes of the population. The same has a shopping and entertainment, called Santa Cruz Shopping with food court, shops of various genres and banks, large supermarkets such as Guanabara, Prezunic and Extra hypermarkets as well as small neighborhood supermarket chains, restaurants, fast food like McDonald's, Bob's, Subway (Subway (restaurant)), Habib's and a large number of clothing stores, shoes, building materials, among others, stationers and bazaars, heavily concentrated on ''Rua Felipe Cardoso'' and its surroundings. Culture Among the most popular cultural events of the neighborhood is the feast of Sao Jorge held in the Largo Bodegao. The festival is a tradition that dates back 1963 and the number of devotees has only increased in Santa Cruz Carnival is celebrated with traditional carnival, fancy dances, and the contest bandstands promoted by the city. Yet you can see the figure on the streets folk ''clóvis'' (clown), so common in the region. Tourist attractions, historical and cultural Are recognized by law as for tourist, social, cultural city of Rio de Janeiro, the elected seven wonders of Santa Cruz: the ''Hangar do Zeppelin'' located at Air Base, the headquarters of Battalion School of Engineering (Villagran Cabrita), the ''Ruínas do Matadouro'', ''Ponte dos Jesuítas'' in the sub-district of the Jesuitas, ''Igreja Nossa Senhora da Conceição'', the ''Cidade das Crianças'' and ''Catedral das assembleias de Deus''. Sports Practicing sports is very common in Santa Cruz, especially in schools in the region, which are renowned for achievements in diverse forms of intercollegiate competition. One of the major acquisitions of the neighborhood in recent years was the Olympic Village Oscar Schmidt, a complex sports that offers free sports activities especially for children and youth in need. In 2007 he founded the Santa Cruz Soccer Club, affiliated with FFERJ, who participates in state and interstate tournaments and has several categories. Among the sporting events happening in the neighborhood is the traditional bike ride involving more than two hundred cyclists traveling the main historical sights of Santa Cruz. Partnership between businesses and NGOs active in the district comprise hundreds of children and adolescents around socioesportivos programs emphasizing the importance of values like self-esteem, teamwork, quality of life and citizenship. Leisure As one of the neighborhoods with few recreational options in the west, Santa Cruz has received special attention to the city hall facilities the theme park Children's Town, which offers visitors sports courts, water park, library, digital planetarium, as well as activities outdoors. They are among the main leisure areas of the district court trials of the GRES Acadêmicos de Santa Cruz, the Santa Cruz Shopping, the Olympic Village Oscar Schmidt, the ''Lona Cultural Sandra de Sá'' and the ''Cidade das Crianças Leonel Brizola''. Santacruzenses Born and lived in the neighborhood some personalities of the country at different times as the actor André Villon, Senator Júlio Cesário de Melo, Senator Otacílio Câmara de Carvalho, the football player Thiago Silva (Thiago Silva (footballer)), MMA fighter's Marcos Oliveira. Gallery '''Sepetiba''' is a neighborhood in the western zone of Rio de Janeiro, surrounded by Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro) and Guaratiba, and by the Sepetiba Bay. It occupies an area of 1,162.13 ha, and has a population of 35,892 (according to Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística, IBGE, 2000 demographic census).
to host Coliseum Minor Vargas Ramón Marín. Manizales has also been home to sporting events such as the Fourth National Games in 1936, South American U-20, 1987, the Copa America 2001 the South American U-20 2005 and most important World Cup 2011 U-20. Education Manizales is an important regional cultural and educational center. It has more universities per capita than any other city in Colombia. Wikipedia:Manizales commons:Manizales
of the war. A daily routine of exercise, sporting events and work assignments was established. As well as English being taught, professors from the nearby University of Toronto gave lectures for university credit classes. A school was also formed, which taught midshipmen seamanship and navigation courses. Current movies were shown each week. National and religious holidays were observed, and music concerts were given regularly. Elaborate stage plays were produced. Extraordinary puppets were
craft, a landing, a center of recreation, picnic tables, a volleyball site ... and Laurent Naud's Drive, located on the South shores of Lac-Croche (between Du Pont street and Parc St-Jean-Optimist). In winter, the skating trail is popular. Several social and sporting events are regularly held at the St-Jean-Optimist Park. * Church erected from 1903 to 1905, located on the highest hill in the heart of the village. Built under the direction of Priest Maxime Masson, the church of Sainte-Thècle
'''Garia''' (Bengali (Bengali language):গড়িয়া) is a posh Article on Garia neighbourhood in south (South Kolkata) Kolkata, India. It includes the localities of New Garia, Chak Garia, Garia Park, Baghajatin, Baishnabghata-Patuli (Baishnabghata Patuli Township), Techno City (Techno City, Kolkata), Model Town (Model Town, Kolkata), Ganguly Bagan, Tentulberia, East Tentulberia, Ramgarh, Briji, Kamalgazi, Mahamayatala, Boral, Sreenagar, Nayabad, Panchasayar, Balia and certain parts of New Ajaynagar. It is bounded by Jadavpur Dhakuria Golpark Gariahat to the north, Bansdroni Tollygunge to the north-west, Santoshpur to the north-east, Narendrapur Sonarpur to the south and Mukundapur to the east. The southern part of the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass runs through the heart of the region. It is also represented by an important, ever-busy, and ever-crowded traffic junction from where a variety of public transports ply in different directions, making it a principal spot of south Kolkata. Garia became another refugee settlement along with Jadavpur and Tollygunge in the southern fringes of the city. Slowly, after the initial upheaval, development of the area started and it grew to become a peaceful neighbourhood. But again another change was coming to the region. With the expansion of Kolkata to the east and the south during the 90s, the area witnessed its latest change. Garia was the southern end of the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass, the next 'Chowringhee' of Kolkata. This road connected Garia to the northern parts of the city and the newly developing areas like Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City (Bidhan Nagar), Kolkata) and Rajarhat, and also to the airport thus opening the way for rapid commercialization of the area. Already home to two major bus terminus, Garia became the transport and commercial hub for the region. Brahmapur was untouched by the urban boom of Kolkata until the late 90s in spite being so close to the city. Accessibility and safety were major concerns. It was a gram panchayat initially and became part of the Jadavpur Municipality. Later it became part of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation after the merging of the Jadavpur Municipality with K.M.C. Now the locality has a Post Office and a Bank of Baroda Branch. Recently air-conditioned buses have been introduced by the WBSTC. These buses connects places like the Airport, Santragachi ( a station on the Howrah-Kharagpur railway line) and Tollygunj. The road network in south Kolkata starting from Park Circus, Ballygunge, Gariahat, Gol Park, Dhakuria, Jadavpur all the way to Garia consists mainly of Gariahat Road, Gurusaday Dutta Road, Ballygunge Circular Road, Rashbehari Avenue, and Prince Anwar Shah Road. '''The MW Series - Operated with Tata Marcopolo Buses''' MW1 - Sulekha in Jadavpur - Rajarhat New Town ( Narkelbagan ) MW4 - Barasat - Exide
founders. Mattole Valley Historical Society webpage Community events including all ages sporting events, town wide talent shows, pancake breakfasts, and community meet-ups. In July of each year, the area hosts a music festival called "Roll on the Mattole", Roll on the Mattole, North Coast Journal
(the patron of the town) in late June and the feast of Christ the Redeemer in July, which runs concurrently with the Obsidian Fair. During the festival of Christ the Redeemer, which lasts eight days, one can see a number of traditional dances such as the Aztecs, Santiagueros and Sembradores. There are also amusement rides, fireworks and sporting events. File:BalloonsTeotiEquinox5.JPG thumb Balloons over the Teotihuacan site