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Histon Road

Histon Road is an arterial road linking central Cambridge, England with the A14 road north of the city. The road is designated the B1049. At the southern end, the road links with Huntingdon Road, Victoria Road, Mount Pleasant, and Castle Street. ...


Milton Road, Cambridge


Newmarket Road, Cambridge

Newmarket Road is an arterial road in the east of Cambridge, England. It is designated the A1134 at the western end, linked by a roundabout forming a junction with Barnwell Road to the south. The eastern end links with the citys inner ring road a ...


Station Road, Cambridge

Station Road is a road in southeast Cambridge, England. It leads from a junction with traffic lights on Hills Road to the Cambridge railway station. At the western end of Station Road on the opposite side of Hills Road is the Cambridge University ...


Trumpington Road

Trumpington Road is an arterial road in southeast central Cambridge, England. It runs between the junction of Trumpington Street and Lensfield Road at the northern end to the junction of the High Street in the village of Trumpington and Long Road ...


Victoria Road, Cambridge

Victoria Road is a residential road in the north of Cambridge, England. The road is designated the A1134. At the western end, the road links with Histon Road, Huntingdon Road, Mount Pleasant, and Castle Street.In 1950, there were plans to improve ...


Bridges in Cambridge


Rail transport in Cambridge


Altitude London

Altitude London is a collection of venues in the 387 ft -high Millbank Tower, a skyscraper in central London. Covering over 30.000 sq ft, of event space. Altitude 360 London, along with The River Room London, The MillBank Cinema & Media Centre an ...


Croydon Arena


The Crystal

The Crystal is a building on Royal Victoria Dock in east London that contains a permanent exhibition about sustainable development. It is owned and operated by Siemens. It is part of the Green Enterprise District policy that covers much of East L ...


A420 road

Since the opening of the M4 motorway, the road has been in two sections. The first section begins on Old Market Street near the centre of Bristol, and passes through Kingswood before leaving the city on the east side. From here it travels eastwar ...


Cherwell Valley line

The Cherwell Valley line is the railway line between Didcot and Banbury via Oxford. It links the Great Western Main Line and the south to the Chiltern Main Line and the Midlands. The line follows the River Cherwell for much of its route between B ...


Millstream Junction


Bridges in Oxford


Footpaths in Oxford


Illinois Center

Illinois Center is a mixed-use urban development in downtown Chicago, Illinois, USA, lying east of Michigan Avenue. It is notable in that the streets running through it have three levels. Elsewhere in Chicago, some streets have two levels, with t ...


Miglin-Beitler Skyneedle

The Miglin-Beitler Skyneedle was a proposed 125-floor skyscraper intended for Chicago, Illinois, United States, by Lee Miglin and J. Paul Beitler and designed by architect Cesar Pelli. The site of the proposed Skyneedle now is host to a parking g ...


Sears Merchandise Building Tower


Worlds Largest Stove

The Worlds Largest Stove was an oversized replica of a kitchen stove that was made for the 1893 Chicago Worlds Fair as a representation of Michigan Stove Company and its products. After the fair finished, the replica was displayed and used for ad ...


National Historic Landmarks in Metro Detroit


Protected areas of Metro Detroit


Shopping malls in Metro Detroit


Tourist attractions in Macomb County, Michigan


Tourist attractions in Oakland County, Michigan


Tourist attractions in Wayne County, Michigan



The Houtgracht was a canal in Amsterdam that defined one side of Vlooyenburg island. Houtgracht and the connected Leprozengracht canal were filled in 1882 to form the Waterlooplein.



The Leprozengracht was a canal in Amsterdam that defined one side of the Vlooyenburg island. Leprozengracht and the connected Houtgracht canal were filled in 1882 to form the Waterlooplein.


Holy Trinity Cathedral, Athens

The Holy Trinity Cathedral also called Greek-Catholic Cathedral of Athens Is the name given to a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church which follows the Byzantine or Constantinopolitan rite and is located in the city of Athens th ...


Chapel of St. George, Lycabettus


Chapel of Saint Rosalia

Chapel of Saint Rosalia is an early baroque church in the Lamac borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, built at the end of the 17th century. It is a Slovak national cultural landmark, protected since 1963 for retaining its historical val ...


Church of the Virgin Mary, Vrakuna

Church of the Virgin Mary is a church that was built in 1879 and is located on Polnohospodarska street, in the Vrakuna district of Bratislava. Its capacity did not meet the demand, so the church was extended with an addition. The foundation stone ...


Brussels buses

The Brussels buses network is complementary to the rail network in Brussels, Belgium, which consists of trams, trains, and metro trains. Brussels buses are operated by STIB/MIVB, the local public transport company. It has 50 bus routes and 11 nig ...


St. Nicholas Church, Copenhagen


Lutheran churches in Copenhagen


Dessau-Alten station


Dessau-Mosigkau station


Dessau Sud station


St Marys Pro-Cathedral

St Marys Church, known also as St Marys Pro-Cathedral or simply the Pro-Cathedral, the Chapel in Marlborough Street or the Pro, is a pro-cathedral and is the episcopal seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland.


St. Assams Church

St. Assams is the name of two historic churches in the village of Raheny, Dublin, one a picturesque ruin in the middle of the village, one the structurally sound but no longer primary church built for the local Roman Catholic community of the are ...


St. Josephs Carmelite Church, Berkeley Road

St. Josephs Carmelite Church on Berkeley Road, Dublin, Ireland is the Roman Catholic church of the Berkeley Road Parish. The church is dedicated to Saint Joseph and is in full use today in the care of the Discalced Carmelites.


St. Josephs Church, East Wall

Originally this area was part of St Laurence OToole Parish, North Wall, in the diocese of Dublin. From 1919 there was a church known as the Tin Church on Church Road, at a site opposite Seaview Avenue. In 1941 this became the parish church of the ...


Church of St Nicholas of Myra Without, (Roman Catholic)

The Church of St Nicholas of Myra is a Roman Catholic church on Francis Street, Dublin that is still in use today. The site has been used as a place of worship as far back as the 12th century. The current church was built in 1829 and dedicated to ...


Railway termini in Dublin (city)


Milltown, Dublin

Milltown is a suburb on the southside of Dublin, Ireland. The townland got its name well before the 18th or 19th century. Both Milltown and Clonskeagh were "Liberties" of Dublin, following the English invasion and colonisation in 1290. Milltown w ...



Ranelagh is a residential area and urban village on the south side of Dublin, Ireland in the postal district of Dublin 6.


Bluebell, Dublin

Bluebell is a small suburb of Dublin City, Ireland. Situated approximately 6.5 kilometres south-west of the city centre on the Camac, a Liffey tributary, the suburb borders the Grand Canal and Inchicore to the north, Walkinstown to the south, Dri ...



Drimnagh is a suburb of Dublin, Ireland, situated on the Southside of the city between Walkinstown, Crumlin and Inchicore, bordered by the Grand Canal to the north and east. Drimnagh is in postal district Dublin 12.


Jervis Shopping Centre

The Jervis Shopping Centre is a major shopping centre in Dublin, Ireland. Opened in 1996, the centre is located in the area bordered by Jervis Street, Upper Abbey Street, Mary Street, and Liffey Street. The centre has a total of 70 stores includi ...


Smithfield, Dublin

Smithfield is an area on the Northside of Dublin. Its focal point is a public square, formerly an open market, now officially called Smithfield Plaza, but known locally as Smithfield Square or Smithfield Market. Notable landmarks include the Old ...

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