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Just Listed: 8 Cutting-Edge Libraries of the Late C20

In the 1960s there was a lifting of government controls on building which saw an unprecedented spate of library building with 350 being built across the UK. 795 more words

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England's Seven Seaside Wonders

Since the 18th century, people have headed to the seaside to improve their health and to enjoy fun with friends. To cater for millions of holidaymakers, specialised buildings and structures were built, ranging from a fantasy palace and Europe’s largest hotel to the oldest rollercoaster in Britain and the longest pier in the world. 654 more words

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A Brief Introduction to the Post Box

As culturally significant as they are practical, the Royal Mail post box is a cherished feature of our streets. With over 85,000 boxes across England, it is likely you pass one every day. 659 more words

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A Brief Introduction to Bronze Age Barrows

Round barrows were created in every part of England, mainly between 2200BC and 1100BC, but many have been destroyed. They can be identified as round mounds, often surrounded by a ‘ring ditch’ from which the earth and stone for the mound was dug. 650 more words

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Two #SuperBoys From SuperWhiz (Vijayawada) Gave The Most Unique Tribute to Michael Jackson at PVP Square!

Namaste.

I, the creator of this blog, have been addicted to the warmth of my bed for a fortnight now. Not that I am complaining, but being a couch potato has its own downs. 456 more words

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Avoiding the Pitfalls and Perils of Intercountry Direct Placement

Avoiding the Perils and Pitfalls of Intercountry Adoption from Non-Hague Countries: Considerations for Agencies and Adoptive Parents (Part I)

Source: http://www.adoptioncouncil.org

By Christine Lockhart Poarch and J. 332 more words

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A Brief Introduction to Women Architects

Women have always influenced domestic design through their involvement with homes, schools, hospitals and gardens, but it wasn’t until 1898 that the first female architect Ethel Charles was admitted to the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).  598 more words

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