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The Park Estate is a private residential area to the west of the centre of Nottingham, England, that was built in what was once the deer park of Nottingham Castle.
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Balmoral Estate is within the Cairngorms National Park, and is partly within the Deeside and Lochnagar National Scenic Aree.
Part of his country retreat, now called Mackenzie King Estate, at Kingsmere in the Gatineau Park, near Ottawa, is open to the public.
One of the county treasures is Glenveagh National Park ( formerly part of the Glenveagh Estate ), as yet ( March 2012 ) the only official national park anywhere in the Province of Ulster.
Other projects that Olmsted has been involved in include the country's first and oldest coordinated system of public parks and parkways in Buffalo, New York ; the country's oldest state park, the Niagara Reservation in Niagara Falls, New York ; one of the first planned communities in the United States, Riverside, Illinois ; Mount Royal Park in Montreal, Quebec ; the Emerald Necklace in Boston, Massachusetts ; the Emerald Necklace of parks in Rochester, New York ; Belle Isle Park, in the Detroit River for Detroit, Michigan ; Presque Isle Park in Marquette, Michigan ; the Grand Necklace of Parks in Milwaukee, Wisconsin ; Cherokee Park and entire parks and parkway system in Louisville, Kentucky ; the Forest Park in Springfield, Massachusetts, featuring America's first public " wading pool "; the George Washington Vanderbilt II Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina ; the master plans for the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University near Palo Alto, California ; and Montebello Park in St. Catharines, Ontario.
There were four major industrial sites in St. Kitts and Nevis in 2000: C. A. Paul Southwell Industrial Park, Bourkes Industrial Estate, Canada Industrial Estate, and Prospect Industrial Estate.
Before the Industrial Revolution, much of the area was farmland, providing food for the City of London and surrounding population centres ; and with particular specialisms, such as growing lavender on Lavender Hill ( nowadays denoted by the road of the same name ), asparagus, sold as " Battersea Bundles " or pig breeding on Pig Hill ( later the site of the Shaftesbury Park Estate ).
Further north towards Chelsea is the Surrey Lane Estate, and situated on Battersea Park Road is the Doddington and Rollo Estate.
* Shaftesbury Park Estate, conservation area consisting of over a thousand Victorian houses preserved in their original style.
The old " south camp " is now occupied by the Biggin Hill Business Park, Airport Industrial Estate and various private flying clubs.
The Cator Estate also contains innovative 1960s ' Span ' houses and flats by the renowned Span Developments ( architect Eric Lyons ), and the Blackheath High School buildings on Vanburgh Park include the Church Army Chapel ( architect E. T. Spashett ).
The Conservation Area also comprises open parkland of historical importance, including the grounds of Carshalton House Estate ( which contains St. Philomena ’ s Catholic School, St Mary ’ s Junior School, St Mary ’ s Infants School and the Water Tower ) and The Grove Park ( which contains The Grove ).
The area contains a large amount of 1920s and 1930s domestic housing, developed partly as the Kidbrooke Park Estate, between Shooters Hill and Rochester Way.
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The Fairmount Park Commission will no doubt approve my two proposals, because it is responsible for the change of ideological atmosphere in the Square.
Itasca State Park, where the Mississippi River begins, is one of the outstanding tourist spots in Minnesota.
West of Rock Creek Park is still monolithically white and is in fact increasingly white as a result of Georgetown's conversion-by-renovation housing program.
`` The Groth Institute '', which was established in 1958, is a group activity affiliated with the Physics Department of The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa..
A big-league municipal stadium at Flushing Meadow Park is in the works, and once the lease is signed the local club will be formally recognized by Commissioner Ford C. Frick.
On the 2007 deluxe edition release, it is revealed that parts of this tape were used for the 1976 Griffith Park Planetarium launch of the original album, the 1987 remix, and various radio spots, all of which were included as bonus material.
Park Güell ( ) is a garden complex with architectural elements situated on the hill of El Carmel in the Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
It was inspired by the English garden city movement ; hence the original English name Park ( in the Catalan language spoken in Catalonia where Barcelona is located, the word for " Park " is " Parc ", and the name of the place is " Parc Güell " in its original language ).
While entrance to the Park is free, Gaudí's house, " la Torre Rosa ," — containing furniture that he designed — can be only visited for an entrance fee.
Park Güell is skillfully designed and composed to bring the peace and calm that one would expect from a park.
* 1974 – Yuk Young-soo, First Lady of South Korea, is killed during an apparent assassination attempt upon President of South Korea, Park Chung-hee.
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In addition to a library, Carnegie also bought the private estate which became Pittencrieff Park and opened it to all members of the public, establishing the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust to benefit the people of Dunfermline.
The Urban Land Institute ( ULI ) awarded the Battery Park City Master Plan its 2010 Heritage Award, for having " facilitated the private development of 9. 3 million square feet of commercial space, 7. 2 million square feet of residential space, and nearly 36 acres of open space in lower Manhattan, becoming a model for successful large-scale planning efforts and marking a positive shift away from the urban renewal mindset of the time.
The Kalahari has a number of game reserves — Tswalu Kalahari, South Africa's largest private game reserve, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve ( the world's second largest protected area ), Khutse Game Reserve and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Apart from its centres of learning, the campus features the Macquarie University Research Park, museums, art galleries, a sculpture park, an observatory, a sport and aquatic centre, a fauna park and also the private Macquarie University Hospital.
After 1880, he lived at 7 Kensington Park Gardens, where all his later work was carried out in his private laboratory.
To draw more technology-focused companies and expand this segment of the economy, the government founded and launched University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park in conjunction with private businesses and the University of the Virgin Islands.
Large areas of private lands have either been subdivided into subdivisions of small " ranch " lots or have been sold or donated to the Federal government and make up portions of the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, other wildlife preserves, and various state wildlife sites.
The Secretary also serves on and appoints the private citizens on the National Park Foundation board.
Starting in June 1895, he conducted private lectures to a dozen of his disciples at the Thousand Island Park in New York for two months.
They visited the 1939 New York World's Fair and stayed with President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the White House and at his private estate at Hyde Park, New York.
In the Seattle area, large specimens ( over 90 feet ) are fairly common and exist in several city parks and many private yards ( especially east Seattle including Capitol Hill, Washington Park, & Leschi / Madrona ).
The upper end of the Downing Street cul de sac closed off access to St. James's Park, making the street quiet and private.
About 43 % of the land is owned by the state, with 57 % private inholdings, heavily regulated by the Adirondack Park Agency.
Monarchs and members of their family have also owned in a private capacity homes and land in Canada: King Edward VIII owned Bedingfield Ranch, near Pekisko, Alberta ; The Marquess of Lorne and Princess Louise owned a cottage on the Cascapédia River in Quebec ; and Princess Margaret owned Portland Island between its gifting to her by the Crown in Right of British Columbia in 1958 and her death in 2002, though she offered it back to the Crown on permanent loan in 1966 and the island and surrounding waters eventually became Princess Margaret Marine Park.
In the United States agencies administering trails include the National Park Service, the U. S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, State Park systems, County Parks, cities, private organizations such as land trusts, businesses and individual property owners.
Although she runs a successful private psychiatric clinic on New York's Park Avenue, Dr. Charlotte Manning — young, beautiful, blonde, and well-to-do — cannot get enough.
Extant Farrand private gardens in the eastern U. S. are: the Bliss family's Dumbarton Oaks in Georgetown, Washington, D. C .; the Harkness summer home ' Eolia ' in Waterford, Connecticut ( 1918 – 1924 )-now preserved as the Harkness Memorial State Park ; and the Rockefellers ' estate ' The Eyrie ' in Seal Harbor, Maine.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park is a popular private zoo that specializes in big cats, and features Tiger Splash, an aquatic performance in a swimming pool, and other animal acts.
In 1950, the college moved to Takoma Park, absorbing the Bliss Electrical School, a private, for-profit institution formed in 1893, and that had occupied the site since 1908.
In the 1930s, named London Air Park, it was best known as a centre for private flying, society events, the aircraft manufacture by General Aircraft Limited ( GAL ) 1934-1949, and the visit by the Graf Zeppelin airship in 1932.