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  List of city squares - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following is a partial list of prominent city squares:
City Square, Dortmund Square and Millennium Square - Leeds
Harvard Square, Kendall Square and Davis Square - Cambridge, Massachusetts, Somerville, Massachusetts
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_city_squares   (268 words)

 Town square - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A town square is an open area commonly found in the heart of a traditional town used for community gatherings.
In the United States a town square typically consists of a park or plaza in front of the original county courthouse or town hall.
In urban planning, a city square is a planned open area in a city, usually or originally rectangular in shape.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/City_square   (407 words)

 Town square - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Red Square in Moscow was originally used as an outdoor marketplace and later became the stage for Soviet military parades and May Day demonstrations.
Palace Square in St Petersburg was designed to be the central square of Imperial Russia and ironically became the setting of revolutionary protests that led to the overthrow of monarchy during the February Revolution of 1917.
In the Boston area, it is used by municipalities to designate an intersection in honor of a local resident (usually a member of the military or police officer killed in the line of duty).
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Town_square   (437 words)

 Project for Public Spaces (PPS) - Placemaking for Communities - Top 12 Public Squares in the U.S. and Canada
Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA This remarkable square at the center of New Orleans' French Quarter is beautifully laid out, with historic buildings on three sides facing out on a lush park full of trees, flowers and pathways.
Union Square Park and Greenmarket, New York, NY Once a major hub of activity in New York City, Union Square Park had fallen into disrepair by the 1970s and was widely considered to be unsafe.
Rittenhouse Square is a gem in the heart of Philadelphia: a green, leafy oasis, bounded by Walnut Street, 18th and 20th Streets, Locust and Spruce.
www.pps.org /info/newsletter/december2005/us_canada_squares   (2151 words)

 City of Spokane - City Charter
Candidates for city council shall be nominated and elected by the electors within each candidate's district; candidates for mayor and council president shall be nominated and elected by the electors of the entire city.
It shall be the duty of the mayor annually at the second meeting of the city council in October to communicate by message to the city council a statement of the conditions and affairs of the city, and to recommend the adoption of such measures as he may deem expedient and proper.
The city attorney shall be a member of the Bar of the State of Washington, and shall have practiced law within the state of Washington not less than five years immediately preceding his or her appointment.
www.spokanecity.org /services/documents/charter   (10472 words)

 The Freeciv Client User's Guide
Below that is a list of unit icons, representing the units which are supported by the city, regardless of whether they are present within the city or are elsewhere on the map.
The central square is the city itself; the tiny "1" in the upper right shows the size of the city.
Note the square to the right, with the horse; it also has the three numbers under it, "2 1 0", showing that it is where the city's one citizen is working, and how much it is getting from its work.
tecfa.unige.ch /guides/games/freeciv/manual/client-2.html   (1473 words)

 List of city squares by size - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy certain standards for completeness.
Peter's Square, Vatican City - Ellipse dimenisons 196m by 148m; 22,783 m²
Přemysl Otakar II Square, Budweis, Czech Republic - 17,000 m²
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_city_squares_by_size   (542 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Town square
In the United States, a town square is an area in the middle of a traditional town consisting of a park or plaza and surrounded by small shops.
The town square often also has or had the historic original county or city courthouse.
In urban planning, a city square is a planned open area in a city, usually or originally square in shape.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Public_square   (257 words)

 Book Information: Squares of the City, the :: Internet Book List :: A database of book information and reviews
Ciudad de Vados is a "perfect" city, but its brilliant white plazas are running red with the blood of brutally murdered people.
At the center of the trouble is a power struggle in which the Minister of Information is using mind-control and mass-hypnosis to manipulate and control major players in the battle.
For he is yet another pawn in the deadly chess game of power that threatens to destroy the very city in whose squares this game is being played out.
www.iblist.com /book938.htm   (140 words)

 Project for Public Spaces (PPS) - Placemaking for Communities - The World’s Best Squares
Because it has all the qualities that a great square should have: major attractions, such as Bernini's great fountain; excellent programming (including one of the world’s best Christmas markets); lively uses at the edges; and a design so flexible it is filled with people even at night and in the dead of winter.
It is the size of a city block, incorporating an array of attractions, including fine art venues and a vibrant calendar of events, in addition to a broad range of restaurants, cafés and shops.
Imam Square is the central meeting place of Isfahan, a city of a million people that in the past has served as the capital of Iran during three different historical periods.
www.pps.org /info/newsletter/december2005/international_squares   (1699 words)

 MoMA.org | MoMA Provenance Research Project | List of works
This list of works includes all collection paintings created before 1946 and acquired after 1932, that underwent or could have undergone a change of ownership between 1932 and 1946, and that were, or could have been, in Continental Europe between these dates.
The list is arranged alphabetically by artist and chronologically for the works of each artist.
Squares Arranged According to the Laws of Chance.
www.moma.org /collection/provenance/list.html   (1643 words)

 Town square - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Red Square in Moscow was the scene of many military parades, while Palace Square in St Petersburg was the setting of revolutionary protests.
Similarly, Beijing's Tiananmen Square was the scene of both national parades and protests.
In some cities, the term "square" is applied to any commercial area (Central Square, Cambridge, MA, USA), usually formed around the intersection of two or more streets, but not necessarily containing a large open area.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/p/r/a/Pra%C3%A7a.html   (411 words)

 10 Places on the Rhine
This list is given in order of appearance from source, not in order of preference (hence it is not a numbered list).
The city of Chur is tucked away in the remote eastern regions of Switzerland, a beautiful little city just off the confluence of the not-quite-as-mighty Rhein and the tiny Alpine river called Plessur.
Mannheim (pictured) and its sister city Ludwigshafen crowd the riversides with huge warehouses and ports, much of which was rebuilt after World War II as this district was heavily bombed.
www.tompgalvin.com /lists/lists_20030801.htm   (831 words)

 10 Market Squares
Most of them are built near the town hall or the city cathedral, marked with a gorgeous fountain, and surrounded by the city's prettiest, most colorful buildings.
The Old Town Square in Tallinn was a real treat, especially during the weekend that the Estonians hosted the EuroVision 2002 Song Contest.
The old city is rapidly being refurbished, especially the highly colorful and densely packed square, marked with a fountain of the sword-and-shield bearing Warsaw Mermaid.
www.tompgalvin.com /lists/lists_20021101.htm   (689 words)

 Village Squares, Auburn, AL
Like many things presumed to be uniquely American, square dancing is in fact an extension and refinement of numerous foreign influences brought to this country by early immigrants.
Owing its origins to the French Quadrilles, the Irish Jigs, the English Reels, and the Spanish Fandangos, square dancing evolved from the Country Dancing of New England, the Confederate Reels of Virginia and the Carolinas, and the Running Sets of Appalachia.
The four-couple "square" and caller format allows for the infinite variety of dance experiences that continue to delight both veteran and beginning dancers.
www.threshold-inc.com /village_squares   (661 words)

 CITC > Virtual Tours > About Courthouse Squares
However, it seems the courthouse square is a phenomenon concentrated in Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri.
The open square space in the middle of a town is a phenomenon that dates back to medieval Europe where examples exist in Germany and Poland.
The Lancaster Square makes for a dramatic courthouse view and is found in the neighboring counties of Dubois, Orange and Washington.
www.in.gov /judiciary/citc/museum/virtual-tours/courthouse-squares.html   (572 words)

 OCCCGF Title 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
"City" means the City of Great Falls, Montana, or the area within the territorial limits of the City of Great Falls, Montana, and such territory outside of the City over which the City has jurisdiction or control by virtue of any constitutional or statutory provision.
The corporate limits of the City shall be as shown on the official City map, which map shall be on file in the Department of Public Works at all times.
The corporate seal of the City shall be circular in form with inner and outer circles of rope design.
www.ci.great-falls.mt.us /city_codes/title-01.htm   (1134 words)

 City of Austin - PARD Home
Park Directory, a complete list of parkland including parks, preserves and greenbelts with maps and a list of amenities.
Park Rules are established as written guidelines for the use of City of Austin parks, wildlife preserves and recreational facilities.
Downtown Squares and Plazas, the downtown squares are considered some of the first City of Austin parks.
www.ci.austin.tx.us /parks/parks.htm   (346 words)

 Calendar Help   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Each "event" will be contained within a day "square", and you click on the individual events within the square to get more detail for that specific event.
In the future the City may allow individuals to submit events to be placed on the events calendar, as well as allow individuals to "subscribe" to events so that they receive email notification reminders a certain period before the event occurs.
Displays events in the traditional block calendar mode, where each day is represented as a square on a calendar, with the events contained within the day squares.
www.cityofmesa.org /calendar/calendar_help.asp   (829 words)

(Ironically, he's the only "square" in the pilot who never appeared in the actual series.) Another thing that makes this show more 50's-like: it is shot as a kinescope, in fl and white (meaning a film camera was aimed at a studio monitor).
Ernest Borgnine was the first center square when the show made it to the air on October 17, 1966.
Lynde's would permanently occupy that square in the fall of 1968, despite having appeared on the show as early as the second week of broadcast.
www.classicsquares.com /pilot.html   (982 words)

 Browsers' Book Blog: The Squares of the City. John Brunner.
Packaged as a science fiction novel, and of course Brunner is well-known as such, this was not what I had hoped.
South American dictator builds new city and uses subliminal messages and other means to control citizens.
He and his main political rival chose 15 people to be "chessmen" -- these two guys influence their chessmen to make "moves" in a giant game of chess to see which one of the two leaders will win the game.
www.browsersbookstore.com /2005/12/squares-of-city-john-brunner.html   (190 words)

 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Plateia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Most Greek and Cypriot cities have several town squares which are a point of reference in travelling and guiding.
Eleftherias, Iroon, Kotzia (by the city hall of Athens), Lysikratous, Mitropouleos, Monastiraki, Omonoia Plateia Omonoias, Syntagma (Constitution Square Plateia Syntagmatos) and Viktoria Squares all in Athens
Davaki Square Plateia Davaki - Kallithea, SW of Athens
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Plateia   (167 words)

 Sister Cities International   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Visit and know Taquaritinga do Norte, a city of sentimental transparency, by itself it is a love poem, sacred ground of a blessed temple where the green is born and born again making to happen the miracle of the life.
Taquaritinga is known as the "Dália da Serra" for its cultivation of this flower in the past and its good hill climate, with an altitude of 785 metres above sea level, it has an average temperature of 10º in winter (July and August) and 18º during the rest of the year.
It has historic houses, fine squares and churches, some like the Santo Amaro's church date from the 20th century while the church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição dates from the 19th century.
www.sister-cities.org /icrc/cityseek/list/display?recID=39931   (316 words)

 Pope, Hollow Spaces
Just as the historical city can no longer stand as an alibi for a ``fringe'' development of questionable standards, it can no longer stand as an alibi for architects and urbanists who prefer (who wouldn't?) the more humane and civilized virtues of traditional urbanism.
It is painfully clear that the forces of development do not want, and cannot afford, traditional urbanism unless it is economically simulated, confined to commodity centers such as malls and amusement parks, or purchased as ``surplus'' in exclusive enclaves by the wealthiest members of the population.
Which is to say that the architecture of the city is thoroughly preconditioned by the collapse of the universal value which preceded it.
www.rice.edu /~lda/Sprawl_Net/List/Reviews/POPEhollows93.html   (1222 words)

 Zagreb - capital of Croatia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The architecture of the city can be compared with Central European towns as Vienna, Maribor or Prague are.
The first written document of the city dates from 1094 when a diocese was founded on Kaptol.
Kaptol is the centre of the Catholic church in Croatia, Gradec is the administrative centre of the country and the Lower City is the busines heart of contemporary Zagreb.
www.burger.si /Croatia/Zagreb/Zagreb.html   (103 words)

 Live in Baltimore - Franklin Square
It is bounded by Penrose on the west, Poppleton on the east, and Harlem Park to the north.
Franklin Square is a historical and ideal urban community located in Southwest Baltimore.
Franklin Square Park is the oldest of six 19th century hilltop squares in the city.
www.livebaltimore.com /nb/list/frnklnsq   (372 words)

 CONSENT ORDER LIST FOR CITY COUNCIL MEETING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Report on the responsibility of cleaning city sidewalks and public squares.
Contact the MDC regarding the City's interest in being briefed about the masterplan for the Charles River Basin and applaud the MDC for their stewardship of this wonderful resource of the Charles River Basin.
Contact the MBTA to provide a written explanation of the decision on the routing of several bus routes in the City of Cambridge.
www.ci.cambridge.ma.us /govt/council00/000515orderlist.html   (376 words)

 City Tours in Buenos aires. Tourism and tours Buenos Aires.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Begin by taking a city tour trough the history of Buenos Aires and its most typical neighborhoods.
Starting at San Martín Square, going towards Puerto Madero, South Riverside, Caminito la Boca (30 minutes stop), Boca Juniors Stadium, Lezama Park, Dorrego Square, San Telmo, the famous Plaza de Mayo and returning to San Martín Square.
This is a great chance to see the sorroundings of the city and its beautifull historic places.
www.bairesapartments.com /services/citytour.php   (598 words)

 City of Boston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
All trees nominated must be public trees native to Massachusetts and located within the city of Boston.
Trees in parks, city squares, urban wilds, cemeteries, and on city streets are public trees.
Download the list of A Tree Grows in Boston, Spring 2003 Finalists.
www.cityofboston.gov /parks/streettrees/native_tree.asp   (478 words)

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