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Georges Eugène Haussmann (1809-1891),
Tomb of Georges Eugène Haussmann
A typical Haussmann building.
Apartment Living in Paris 1850 Caricature illustrating the social order of a Paris building.
Place de la Bastille in 1841
Place de la Bastille in the 19th century
Avenue de l'Opéra
The Opera House
Place de la Concorde
Rue de Rivoli In 1801, Napoleon authorized the first section of the new street, The effect of continuity and perspective was unseen anywhere else in the world.
The Carrousel Arch 1806 Arc de Triomphe
An underground street in paris, 1852 Discussion: note sewers, etc.
Trafalgar Square – St. Martins in the Field – National Portrait Gallery
Hyde Park Exhibition and the Sydenham building - The palace was opened on June 10th, 1854 by Queen Victoria accompanied by Prince Albert, their children and the King of Portugal.
The Crystal Palace, London, England (1851)
Marble Arch at Oxford Street
Boarding Houses – Pullman IL.
PRESTON, LANCASHIRE (1844)
ROW OF COTTAGES, SUFFOLK
KNITTERS HOUSES, NOTTINGHAM
Berlin Tenement - 1880
Question 1 What is a "Bobby? A B C D A drink A famous rock star A policeman A form of transport.
NORWICH May Journey from Prague through Germany, Belgium, France, Calais, Dover to Norwich brusel Capital city Germany – Berlin Belgium –
Teacher: Chen Yu. Summer Palace Workers’ Palace Buckingham PalaceChildren’s Palace.
Welcome to Paris Airport Ch. De Gaulle National Music Academy.
WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? QUIZ ABOUT LONDON.
The Great Exhibition. The Great Exhibition was designed and built in the same year of It was built and finished in 9 months. It was designed by.
L O N D O N St. Paul‘s Cathedral Whispering Gallery Golden Gallery Stone Gallery.
MY TRIP TO LONDON. Contents Symbols of London Churches Sights of London Museums and Galleries Madam Tussaud’s Museum. Famous people Madam Tussaud’s.
1 A) St Paul’s Cathedral B) Westminster Abbey C) Trafalgar Square D) The Tower of London E) The Houses of Parliament.
Ruđer Josip Bošković He went to London as a diplomat.
Called Famous Place of interest Column Splendid Royal Church To make one’s way to.
Fly to London. Guess what place in London is described. It is in the centre of London. William the Conqueror built it in the eleventh century. It was.
DO YOU KNOW LONDON?. 1. London is the capital of a) Spain b) Great Britain c) Italy.
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square is a public space. Nelson Column is in the centre, guarded by four lion statues at its base. It commemorates the battle.
Buckingham Palace The official residence of the Queen Elizabeth II.
19 th Century Paris Most of these images are from David Harvey, Paris, Capital of Modernity (New York: Routledge, 2003)
Haussmann and the City of Light. © Patricia Barry 2006.
Palais Garnier! By: Tabatha Ballou. Palais Garnier The Palais Garnier is an elegant 1,979-seat opera house. It was originally called the Salle des Capucines.
London is the capital of Great Britain
LONDON Разработала: Полина Мария Сергеевна учитель английского языка МАОУ СОШ №5, г.Стрежевой.
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