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The central building of the museum was once an 18th-century hospital.
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A pervading quality of free lyricism and a building from turns close to the ground towards jumps into the air gives the work its central focus.
The central area of the ground floor of a heavily constructed apartment building, with concrete floors, should provide more fallout protection than the ordinary basement of a family dwelling.
Nassau is currently building a central collection of reference materials in its Hempstead headquarters, which will reach its goal of 100,000 volumes by 1965.
The major part of this collection is in the central headquarters building, and the remainder is divided among five libraries in the system designated as subject centers.
The museum can be found in the 19th century building The Iron in the Motala ström river in central Norrköping.
The building forms a U-shape around a central inner " garden " the central feature of which is a kidney-shaped swimming pool.
In his article Observations on the marital metaphor of YHWH and Israel in its ancient Israelite context: general considerations and particular images in Hosea 1. 2, Ben Zvi describes the role of the Gomer in the marriage metaphor as one of the “ central attributes of the ideological image of a human marriage that was shared by the male authorship and the primary and intended male readership as building blocks for their imagining of the relationship .”
Members of Ketley's society paid a monthly subscription to a central pool of funds which was used to finance the building of houses for members, which in turn acted as collateral to attract further funding to the society, enabling further construction.
The building, raised 47 feet off the ground around a central core, features four massive walls, made of sections of inch-thick hammered glass mural tapestries, designed and manufactured in France.
The Irish Free State government took over the two wings of the building to serve as a temporary home for some ministries, while the central building became the College of Technology until 1989.
Although opinions differ as to his character there is no dispute over his great achievements: he helped to save the Habsburg Empire from French conquest ; he broke the westward thrust of the Ottomans, liberating central Europe after a century and a half of Turkish occupation ; and he was one of the great patrons of the arts whose building legacy can still be seen in Vienna today.
Soon after its completion in 1857, the building helped to make Greenwich Village central to the arts in New York City, drawing artists from all over the country to work, exhibit, and sell their art.
During this breakdown of central authority, the nobles ran amok building adulterine castles ( i. e. castles erected without government permission ).
Gaines noted Iowa State's park-like expanse of central campus, and the use of trees and shrubbery to draw together ISU's varied building architecture.
Opened in 2000, it consists of a building in the city centre, right next to the central train station and the harbour.
The rest of the building had been turned into a large number of theme restaurants, all served from a central kitchen containing the largest gas-fuelled cooking plant in Europe.
Askin, along with his Minister for Local Government, Pat Morton, oversaw the rapid escalation of building development in inner-city Sydney and the central business district, which followed in the wake of his controversial 1967 abolition of Sydney City Council and a redistribution of municipal electoral boundaries that was aimed at reducing the power of the rival Australian Labor Party.
The main building of the school, designed by Ivar Tengbom and built 1925 – 1926, is located at Sveavägen in central Stockholm.
The council sought to revive the central role of Scripture in the theological and devotional life of the Church, building upon the work of earlier popes in crafting a modern approach to Scriptural analysis and interpretation.
After the completion of the temple, Solomon is described as erecting many other buildings of importance in Jerusalem ; for the long period of 13 years he was engaged in the building of a royal palace on Ophel ( a hilly promontory in central Jerusalem ); Solomon also constructed great works for the purpose of securing a plentiful supply of water for the city, and the Millo ( Septuagint, Acra ) for the defense of the city.
A notable example is the central post office, a circular building which was designed by architect Janko Konstantinov.
As a result came the many modern ( at the time ) brutalist structures of the 1960s, that can still be seen today, such as the central post office building and the National Bank, as well as hundreds of now abandoned caravans and prefabricated mobile homes.
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The Bronx Museum of the Arts, founded in 1971, exhibits 20th century and contemporary art through its central museum space and of galleries.
With the bookstacks in the central courtyard of the museum empty, the process of demolition for Lord Foster's glass-roofed Great Court could begin.
William Bloye's gold-covered statue Boulton, Watt and Murdoch, in central Birmingham. Among memorials to the Society and its members are the Moonstones ; two statues of Watt and a statue of Boulton, Watt and Murdoch by William Bloye ; and the museum at Soho House – all in Birmingham, England.
The museum also has an extensive depot, situated at Acton, that contains material impossible to display at the central London museum, including many additional road vehicles, trains, collections of signs and advertising materials.
Artefacts were brought to the Musée du Louvre for a grand central museum ; his example would later serve as inspiration for more notorious imitators.
Bulgaria is rich in historical artifacts, but museus to keep them is up to be built ( central historical and art museum is now being developed in Sofia ), many of the museums and monasteries still need to be properly advertised and maintained, and some of the most interesting heritage sites may not be easily accessible, due to poor infrastructure.
This is in front of the bronze doors leading to the refreshment rooms, a central path flanked by lawns leads to the sculpture gallery ; the north, east and west sides have herbaceous borders along the museum walls with paths in front which continues along the south façade ; in the two corners by the north façade there is planted an American Sweetgum tree ; the southern, eastern and western edges of the lawns have glass planters which contain orange and lemon trees in summer, these are replaced by bay trees in winter.
* Telephone Museum of Gridley — A museum in central Gridley dedicated to the early history of telecommunication in rural Illinois.
There is a bit of art, some wood carvings, but this museum strays very little from its central objectives.
* Cle Elum Telephone Museum-This museum was established in 1966 when the Bell Telephone Company deeded its former central office building to the Cle Elum Historical Society.
Richardson picked up on two areas relating to the characters of the book, saying that Goldfinger " is the most preposterous specimen yet displayed in Mr. Fleming's museum of super fiends ", whilst, referring to the novel's central character, observed that " the real trouble with Bond, from a literary point of view, is that he is becoming more and more synthetic and zombie-ish.
Financial problems were solved when King Oscar II decided to pay for its relocation and restoration as the central building of his private open-air museum near Oslo, where it was completed in 1885.
When the museum moved into the building in 1936 the ground floor of the central portion was occupied by the principal art gallery, with the east wing housing the Naval gallery and the west wing the Army gallery.
The floor of the museum occupies a total of 6. 5 hectares which have gardens with species endemic to the region and a central source.
Immediately afterwards the sculptor published a spirited protest against the scheme already entertained by the Directory, and carried out two years later by Napoleon, of equipping at Paris a vast central museum of art with the spoils of conquered Europe.
While working at Borgward Focke set up a wind tunnel in a disused hangar in central Bremen ; this wind tunnel was rediscovered in 1997 and is today the centerpiece of a museum devoted to him.
The new museum is axially aligned with the adjacent neo-classical Royal Exhibition Centre, and references it along with the skyscrapers of Melbourne ’ s central business district, with its monumental scale, and horizontality with protruding vertical facets.
The Ducal Palace ( now occupied by the courts of justice and an important ceramic museum ) was built in the 15th and 16th centuries and is one of the principal feudal edifices in central France.
The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons, and ornate architecture — sometimes dubbed a cathedral of nature — both exemplified by the large Diplodocus cast which dominates the vaulted central hall.
The town is a major service centre for the central Fife area, home to a swimming pool, theatre, museum and art gallery, three public parks and an ice rink.
The Fitzwilliam Museum is the art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge, located on Trumpington Street opposite Fitzwilliam Street in central Cambridge, England.