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Birdcatching sedge

Uncinia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cyperaceae, known as hook-sedges in Australia and as hook grasses or bastard grasses in New Zealand. The genus is characterised by the presence of a long hook formed by an extension of the rach ...


Brian Asher Alhadeff

Brian Asher Alhadeff is an internationally recognized American conductor of opera, ballet, symphony, and musical theater. He is the artistic director and conductor of Opera San Luis Obispo. He is also principal conductor of Civic Ballet San Luis ...


Dave Hakkens

Dave Hakkens is a Dutch industrial designer. He gained fame with his two graduation projects: Phonebloks, a concept for modular telephones, and Precious Plastic, a movement to develop and promote machines and organizations for plastic recycling. ...


Estonian silent film actors


Ulm School of Design

The Ulm School of Design was a college of design based in Ulm, Germany. It was founded in 1953 by Inge Aicher-Scholl, Otl Aicher and Max Bill, the latter being first rector of the school and a former student at the Bauhaus. The HfG quickly gained ...


Baltic parsley

Cenolophium denudatum is a species of flowering plant in the carrot family Apiaceae, native to Europe and Asia. It is the only member of its genus. A herbaceous perennial, it grows to 1.5 m tall by 0.5 m wide, with dark green divided leaves and, ...


Hungarian silent film actors


Azulejos in buildings in Andalusia


Azucar huayo

Hymenaea L. is a genus in the flowering plant family Fabaceae. Of fourteen living species in the genus, all but one are native to the tropics of the Americas, with one additional species on the east coast of Africa. Some authors place the African ...


Azulejos in buildings in Castile and Leon


Romanian Orthodox cathedrals in Romania


Cathedral of the Entry of the Virgin Mary into the Temple, Gherla

The Cathedral of the Entry of the Virgin Mary into the Temple is a Romanian Orthodox church in Gherla. The construction of the cathedral was completed in 1906. The church was the cathedral of the Eparchy of Gherla until 1930, when the headquarter ...


Saint Georges Church, Brașov

Saint Georges church is a church in Brașov. Originally it was as a residential building, and it was dedicated as an Orthodox church in 1934. It acquired its present look in the 1980s.


Romanian Orthodox church buildings in Romania


St Giles Church, Cambridge

The Church of St Giles is a Grade II*-listed church in Cambridge, England. It is a Church of England parish church in the Parish of the Ascension of the Diocese of Ely, located on the junction of Castle Street and Chesterton Road. It was complete ...


City Art Centre

The City Art Centre is part of the Museums & Galleries Edinburgh, which sits under the Culture directorate of the City of Edinburgh Council. The City Art Centre has a collection which include historic and modern Scottish painting and photography, ...


Rhubaba gallery and studios

Rhubaba Gallery and Studios is an artist-run gallery and studios in Edinburgh, Scotland, co-founded by Edinburgh College of Art graduates Frances Stacey, Rachel Adams, Tom Nolan, Catherine Payton and Claire Davies. They provide studio spaces for ...



Avielochan is a hamlet in the historical county of Inverness-shire, within the Highland council area of Scotland. It is located north of Aviemore, on the A9 road. The area is noted for its prehistoric cairn.


Alexander Taming Bucephalus


Soviet silent film actors


Art museums and galleries in Alcala de Henares


Panaderos Flamencos

Panaderos Flamencos, also known as Panaderos, is a flamenco piece by Esteban de Sanlucar. A crisp bright sound, it is played in the key of C major, usually with a capo on the third fret. It has been performed by Paco de Lucia



Tarantas and Taranto are two related styles of Flamenco music, that originated in the Andalusian province of Almeria. Each is characterized by a shared modality and harmonic progression, but differ significantly with respect to rhythm and meter. ...


St. Albans Anglican Church (Ottawa)

St. Albans Anglican Church is an Anglican church in the Sandy Hill neighbourhood of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is one of Ottawas oldest surviving church buildings and one of its most historic.


St. Andrews Presbyterian Church (Ottawa)

With the changing demographics in Ottawa, there were other changes in the area adjacent to the congregation. In the 1970s, it was decided to lease the land to the rear of the church. The Sunday school building that had been built in 1874 was torn ...


St. Bartholomews Anglican Church (Ottawa)

St. Bartholomews Anglican Church is a place of worship in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The building was constructed in the latter half of the 19th century and serves the surrounding neighbourhoods. Additionally, St. Bartholomews is, due to its locati ...


Centretown United Church

Centretown United Church is an historic church located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada at 507 Bank Street at Argyle in the Centretown area. It was built in 1906 as the Stewarton Presbyterian Church using Gothic Revival architecture under the architect ...


First United Church (Ottawa)

First United Church is a United Church of Canada congregation in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. One of Ottawas oldest congregations, the church formed in 1846.


Knox Presbyterian Church (Ottawa)

Knox was founded as a result of the split within the congregation of St. Andrews, Ottawas first Presbyterian church, between those loyal to the Church of Scotland and those supporting the Free Church movement, as had occurred in Scotland the year ...


MacKay United Church

MacKay United Church is a United Church of Canada church in the New Edinburgh neighbourhood of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The church is located at the intersection of 39 Dufferin and Mackay at the southwest corner of the Rideau Hall estate. MacKays ...


Grace Toronto Church

Grace Toronto Church is a Presbyterian Church in America congregation worshipping in the historic St. Andrews Church building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Central United Church

Central United Church is a historic congregation of the United Church of Canada located in the community of Weston, now a neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1821, the church has occupied the same site on Weston Road in Toronto ...


Deer Park United Church

Deer Park United Church is the name of a United Church of Canada congregation, and also the name of this congregations former church building at 129 St. Clair Avenue West in the Deer Park area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was one of two United ...


St. Basils Church, Toronto

St. Basils Church, built in 1856, is the founding church of the Congregation of St. Basil in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the college church of St. Michaels College, Toronto, and a parish church serving a large local congregation.


St. Pauls, Bloor Street

St. Pauls Bloor Street is an Anglican church that is located at 227 Bloor Street East in Toronto, Ontario. It is the largest church in the Diocese of Toronto of the Anglican Church of Canada.


Yorkminster Park Baptist Church (Toronto)

Yorkminster Park Baptist Church is the largest Baptist church in Canada, built 1926-8 by the architectural firm George, Moorhouse and King, and is named after the 10th century York Minster in York, England. It is located in Torontos Deer Park nei ...


Architecture of Barcelona

The architecture of Barcelona has had a parallel evolution to that of the rest of the Catalan and Spanish architecture, and has followed in diverse ways the multiple trends that have been produced in the context of the history of Western architec ...


Buildings and structures in Barcelona


Architecture of Madrid

The architecture of Madrid has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighbourhoods and streets, even though Madrid possesses a modern infrastructure. Its landmarks include the Royal Palace of Madrid, the Royal Theatre with its rest ...


Bastard indigo

Amorpha is a genus of plants in the pea family, Fabaceae. All the species are native to North America, from southern Canada, most of the United States, and northern Mexico. They are commonly known as false indigo. The name Amorpha means "deformed ...



Sesbania vesicaria, commonly known as the bagpod or bladder pod, is a plant in the legume family native to North America. This species is a facultative hydrophyte. Occurring in wetlands and non wetland areas. It is one of the 60 identified specie ...


Bartles wattle

Acacia bartlei is a shrub of the genus Acacia and the subgenus Plurinerves. It is native to a small area along the south coast in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia.


Art Deco architecture in Leeds


Gothic Revival architecture in Leeds


Art Deco architecture in Liverpool


Fremantle Technical School

The Fremantle Technical School building, also known as the Fremantle Technical College building, is a two-storey building of red brick construction located at the corner of South Terrace and Essex Street in Fremantle. The building adjoins the sin ...


Kalgoorlie Hotel


Redcourt Estate

Redcourt, Armadale, Victoria, Australia is one of the most significant Queen Anne Revival residences in Australia. Built in 1888 by Edward Yencken Esq., a renowned local Glass and Timber merchant, Redcourt was designed by Joseph Reed of preeminen ...


Federation Free Classical architecture in Australia

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