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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
Grigorevskaya Aina 4 «A» form. Most famous of them is Oxford Street. It is London’s main shopping centre. People from all over the world shop in Oxford.
LONDON. St James's park = 16 Science Museum = 14.
London is the capital of England, its political and business centre.
Powerpoint Templates Discover London. Powerpoint Templates.
Queen Victoria Born in: 1819 Died in: 1901 Married: Prince Albert Nick name: Drina Queen Victoria for kidsQueen Victoria for kids Children: 9 Crowned Queen.
The Rise of Cities HWH UNIT 6 CHAPTER 9.2. Percentage of English population living in cities over 20,000 people 1801: 17% 1851: 35% 1891: 54% London was.
London and Saint Petersburg Презентация Светловой М.Г. учителя школы №368 г. Санкт-Петербурга.
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.
19 th Century Paris Most of these images are from David Harvey, Paris, Capital of Modernity (New York: Routledge, 2003)
London on foot. Tate Gallery Westminster Cathedral Westminster Abbey.
English language Mariana Kožíková. LONDON „ When a man is tired of London, he is tired of world, because London has it all.“ (Samuel Johnson 1777) (Samuel.
L O N D O N St. Paul‘s Cathedral Whispering Gallery Golden Gallery Stone Gallery.
All About London Ideas for FREE activities you might take your children to.
The Tour of London.
English Form 5th Olshina Tatyana School №402. What is London? What can you see and visit in London? Sightseeings of London: 1. The Tower of London. 2.
The Map of London. The Tower of London It was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the King’s Zoo Now it is a museum It was built by William the Conqueror.
Haussmann and the City of Light. © Patricia Barry 2006.
Made by Ekaterina Pritula. Questions 1.The UK is an island state,isn’t it? 2.What is the highest mountain of the UK? 3.How many countries does the UK.
Trafalgar Square In the centre of Trafalgar Square is Nelson’s Column, guarded by four lion statues. It commemorates the battle of Trafalgar, a British.
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