e premte, 20 korrik 2007

Buildings Uploaded on July 20, 2007

Here are the buildings uploaded from my last post. Check out the last model in this post. Very Blues Brothers!

Sydney New South Wales, Australia

St. Andrews Cathedral

Description
Major restoration work was undertaken between 1999 and 2000. - The Chapter House was built in 1886. - Two pieces of stone from the Houses of Parliament in Westminster were used to mark the constitutional link between Australia
http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=streetandrewscastreetdral-sydney-australia

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Torre 25 de Mayo



Mar del Plata, Argentina

estadio mundialista de mar del plata, jose minella


Osaka, Japan

Yodobashi-Umeda


Klaipeda, Lithuania


Debreceno 45, Klaipeda - penkiaaukstis gyvenamasis namas


Debreceno 31, Klaipeda - penkiaaukstis gyvenamasis namas


Debreceno 35, Klaipeda - penkiaaukstis gyvenamasis namas


Debreceno 49, Klaipeda - penkiaaukstis gyvenamasis namas


Debreceno 53, Klaipeda - penkiaaukstis gyvenamasis namas


Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain


Torre del Pabellon de la Marina de Guerra


Archivo de Indias


Iglesia del Hospital de la Caridad


Atlantic City, New Jersey

Ocean Club Condominiums


Atlantic Palace


Philadelphia,Pennsylvania

Tacony-Palmyra Bridge

Description
Designed by Ralph Modjeski and completed in 1929, The Tacony Palmyra Bridge spans over Delaware river between Palmyra NJ and Tacony PN. The bridge has a total length of 1153 meters. The longest span of 159 meters, is held up by a big steel arch with a clearance of 19,5 meters between the deck and waterline. To let taller ships pass, the bridge also has a bascule section with double leaves and an infinite clearance when opened. The deck has three road lanes and two pedestrian ones. Approximately 70,000 vehicles cross the bridge every day.
http://www.phillyroads.com/crossings/tacony-palmyra/

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