The City of New York Summary and Detailed Statements of Revenues and Expenditures for the Years 1910 to 1914, Inclusive:Prepared for the Constitutional Convention, 1915 (Classic Reprint) New York Department Of Finance
Detailed Exhibits of the Physical Property and Intangible Values of the South Chicago City Railway Company as of February 1, A. D. 1908:Accompanying the Valuation Report Submitted to the Committee on Local Transportation of the Chicago City Council
Detailed Exhibits of the Complete Physical Properties and Intangible Values of the Southern Street Railway Company as of August 1, A. D. 1908:Accompanying the Valuation Report Submitted to the Committee on Local Transportation of the Chicago City Council Bion J. Arnold
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A third of the world´s people are in the midst of the largest population move in human history, as the last of the word´s rural populations abandons agriculture and moves to the urban areas of the developing world and of the wealthy West. Both a groundbreaking work of reportage and an exciting, vivid travelogue, Arrival City sees award-winning journalist Doug Saunders offering a detailed tour of the key points in the Great Migration, and considers the actions that have turned this enormous population shift into either a success or a violent failure.
A detailed, accessible guide to the best on offer in Cambridge based around two circular walks with optional diversion. Contains histories of the city and of individual buildings such as the famous university colleges.
Discover the city that never sleeps with the most incisive and entertaining guidebook on the market. Whether you plan to climb the Statue of Liberty, walk the High Line or visit a jazz club in Harlem, The Rough Guide to New York City will show you the ideal places to sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way. Inside The Rough Guide to New York City - Independent, trusted reviews written in Rough Guides´ trademark blend of humour, honesty and insight, to help you get the most out of your visit. - Full-colour maps throughout and a handy city plan - navigate the backstreets of the Meatpacking District or Brooklyn´s artsy Williamsburg without needing to get online. - Stunning, inspirational images Things not to miss - Rough Guides´ rundown of New York´s best sights and experiences. - Itineraries - carefully planned routes to help you organise your trip. - Detailed city coverage - whether visiting the big sights or venturing off the tourist trail, this travel guide has in-depth practical advice for every step of the way. Areas covered include: the Harbor Islands; the Financial District; Tribeca; Soho; Chinatown; Little Italy; Nolita; Lower East Side; the East Village; the West Village; Chelsea; the Meatpacking District; Union Square; Gramercy Park; the Flatiron District; Midtown East; Midtown West; Central Park; the Upper East Side; the Upper West Side; Morning side Heights; Harlem; north Manhattan; Brooklyn; Queens; the Bronx; Staten Island. Attractions include: the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art; the Statute of Liberty; the Empire State Building; 9/11 Museum; Grand Central; Museum of Modern Art; the High Line; the Whitney Museum of American Art. - Listings - honest and insightful reviews of all the best places to stay, eat, drink and shop, with options to suit every budget, along with the latest on New York´s clubs, live-music venues, theatres, galleries and LGBT scene, plus in-depth sections on the city´s sports and outdoor activities, festivals and events, and children´s attractions. - Basics - essential pre-departure practical information including getting there, local transport, the media; tourist information; entry requirements and more - Background information - a Contexts chapter devoted to history, books and film.
About the travel destination Cologne The city was founded by the Romans, was a major ecclesiastical center in the Middle Ages, and is now a major center for German media; a young, vibrant, and diverse European city of the future. Around one-third of all German TV shows are created here, solidifying Cologne´s reputation as a city for fun and entertainment. Not just the breweries and the restaurants, but also the light rail and party discounters make a living from the city´s fun-loving, party image, partly driven by its role as a major center for Carnival. Cologne´s pride parade is also the largest queer event in Europe. With more than two thousand years of history, the city also has a lot of culture to offer: a Roman tower and praetorium, a medieval city wall, and twelve Romanesque churches, the world-renowned Gothic cathedral, and Renaissance-era city hall, a cemetery built during the French era, Prussian forts, modern architecture from the 1950s, significant collections of ancient and contemporary art, a lively design scene, and the Academy of Media Arts. Not only do the city´s theatres, opera house, and orchestra enrich the cultural landscape, but also such events as Art Cologne, lit.COLOGNE, the EIGHT BRIDGES music festival, and the many evening open houses in the city´s cultural and academic institutions. On the other hand, Cologne still retains a certain provincial air which some find charming and others find embarrassing. It forms the humus which nourishes the infamous Cologne cronyism sometimes ranging between peccadillo and corruption. ´´Cologne is a feeling´´, is the much-quoted slogan with which the city promotes itself, but it is not necessarily clear in its meaning. It´s in the cronyism that the two faces of the city are most clearly expressed, symbolized in the two Cologne originals of ´´Tünnes´´ and ´´Schäl´´ and which in turn contribute to the whole Cologne myth. About the Go Vista City Guide Cologne The informative city guide offers: - The city´s Top 10 and the author´s favourite places - City tours with detailed maps - Trips into neighbourhoods and the surrounding area - Vista Points: sights and museums - Explore & Enjoy the city: accommodation, restaurants, theatres and musicals, shopping, travelling with children, recreation and sport - Chronicle of the city - Service from A to Z with helpful tips - High-quality softcover with flaps - Fold-out city map including additional detailed maps and public transport map
Koblenz was founded by the Romans, making it one of the oldest cities in Germany. Its location where the Moselle flows into the Rhine is unique, and also gives the city ist name. Large areas of Koblenz are part of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its surroundings it offers an extraordinary cultural landscape with castles and churches. After an introduction into the history of Koblenz the city guide presents the sights with the help of many colour images: Deutsches Eck, Ludwig Museum, St Castor, St James´s Chapel, Von-der-Leyenscher-Hof, St Florinus, Middle Rhine Museum, Old Castle, Church of Our Lady, City Hall, Rhine embankment and Electoral Palace. The guide closes with a detailed description about Ehrenbreitstein, located nearby Koblenz, and its majestic Fortress.