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    • Birkenhead Public Library

    • Birkenhead Public Library
      Te Whare Matauranga o Birkenhead

      Birkenhead Public Library (Te Whare Matauranga o Birkenhead in Māori) is a New Zealand library, part of the Auckland Libraries system located on Auckland's North Shore. Founded in 1949 it predominantly serves the areas of Birkenhead, Beach Haven, Birkdale, Kauri Park, Chelsea, and Birkenhead East, a population of ab ... Read »


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    • Castle Mill

    • Castle Mill is a graduate housing complex of the University of Oxford in Oxford, England. Castle Mill is located north of Oxford railway station along Roger Dudman Way, just to the west of the railway tracks on what was formerly Cripley Meadow, south of Port Meadow. The initial buildings at the southern end of the ... Read »


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    • City Gate (Valletta)

    • City Gate (Valletta)

      City Gate (Maltese: Bieb il-Belt, literally "Door to the City") is a gate located at the entrance of Valletta, Malta. The present gate, which is the fifth one to have stood on the site, was built between 2011 and 2014 to designs of the Italian architect Renzo Piano. The first gate which stood on the site was Porta San ... Read »


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    • Colonna Mediterranea

    • Colonna Mediterranea

      Colonna Mediterranea, commonly referred to as The Luqa Monument (Maltese: Il-Monument ta' Ħal Luqa) and also known as the Zobb Monument (Penile Monument), is a 21st-century landmarkobelisk in Luqa, Malta. The abstract art has created local and international controversy over its phallic appearance. Colonna Medit ... Read »


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    • Daly Building

    • The Daly Building was a historic department store and office building in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, that was demolished with much controversy in 1991–92. The building, designed by Moses Chamberlain Edey, opened as the T. Lindsay department store on June 21, 1905 and was Ottawa's first department store. It was locat ... Read »


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    • The Devil's Farmhouse


    • Euston railway station

    • Euston railway station

      Euston railway station or London Euston /ˈlʌndən.ˈjuːstən/ is a central London railway terminus and one of 19 stations managed by Network Rail. It is the sixth busiest railway station in the UK. Euston is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line, the busiest intercity passenger route in Brit ... Read »


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    • Federation Square

    • Federation Square

      Federation Square is a mixed-use development in the inner city of Melbourne, covering an area of 3.2 ha (7.9 acres) and centred on three major public spaces – St. Paul's Court, The Square, and The Atrium. Built on a concrete deck above busy railway lines, it is located at the intersection of Flinders Street and ... Read »


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    • Floriana Lines

    • Floriana Lines

      The Floriana Lines (Maltese: Is-Swar tal-Furjana) are a line of fortifications in Floriana, Malta, which surround the fortifications of Valletta and form the capital city's outer defences. Construction of the lines began in 1636 and they were named after the military engineer who designed them, Pietro Paolo Floriani. T ... Read »


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    • Kolonna Eterna

    • Kolonna Eterna

      Kolonna Eterna (English: Eternal Column), also known as the Millennium Monument, is a 21 st century monumental column in San Gwann, Malta. The column is an abstract art designed by Paul Vella Critien, a Maltese local artist that achieved his studies and experience in Italy and Australia. The monument is a commemoratio ... Read »


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    • Mater Dei Hospital

    • Mater Dei Hospital

      Mater Dei Hospital (MDH), also known simply as Mater Dei, is an acute general and teaching hospital, offering hospital services and specialist services. It is a public hospital located in Msida, Malta. The hospital opened on 29 June 2007 replacing St. Luke's Hospital as the main public general hospital. The 250,00 ... Read »


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    • Parliament House (Malta)

    • Parliament House (Malta)

      The Parliament House (Maltese: Il-Parlament il-Ä did, meaning "The New Parliament") is the meeting place of the Parliament of Malta located in Valletta, Malta. The building was constructed between 2011 and 2015 to designs by Renzo Piano as part of the City Gate Project, which also included building a new City Gate an ... Read »


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    • Piscine Molitor

    • Piscine Molitor

      Piscine Molitor (French pronunciation: ​[pisin molitɔʁ]; also known as the Piscines Auteuil-Molitor or the Grands établissements balnéaires d'Auteuil) is a swimming pool and hotel complex located in Porte Molitor, 16th arrondissement of Paris, Île-de-France, Paris, France. It is next to the park ... Read »


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    • Royal Opera House, Valletta

    • Royal Opera House

      The Royal Opera House, also known as the Royal Theatre (Maltese: It-Teatru Rjal), was an opera house and performing arts venue in Valletta, Malta. It was designed by the English architect Edward Middleton Barry and was erected in 1866. In 1873 its interior was extensively damaged by fire but was eventually restored by ... Read »


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    • Sainsbury Wing

    • The National Gallery

      5,908,254 (2015) The National Gallery is an art museum in Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster, in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900. The Gallery is an exempt charity, and a non-departmental public body of the Department for ... Read »


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    • Torre de Manila controversy

    • The ongoing controversy surrounding Torre de Manila, a residential condominium under construction in Manila, Philippines, is related to alleged violations of zoning ordinances by DMCI Homes, the owner of the building, and the condominium's negative impact on the country's heritage due to its supposed visual pollution t ... Read »


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