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Old April 6th, 2013, 12:08 AM   #141
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CITY OF LILLE. DISTRICT EURALILLE





















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BRIDGES OF FRANCE. opening year 1974

The Saint-Nazaire bridge (French: Le pont de Saint-Nazaire) is a Cable-stayed bridge spanning the Loire river and linking Saint-Nazaire on the north bank and Saint-Brevin-les-Pins on the south bank, in the department of Loire-Atlantique, Brittany, France.
Total length 3,356 m LONGEST BRIDGE IN FRANCE
Longest span 404 m
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Île de Ré bridge second longest french bridge. opening year 1988

is connected to La Rochelle and to the Île de Ré, in France. It was built by Bouygues and financed by the Charente-Maritime department.
Length 2 926,5 m
Width 15,5 m
Height 42 m




















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The bridge of the Ile d'Oléron or the viaduct of Oléron,

situated in Charente-Maritime, built by the company Campenon Bernard was inaugurated on June 21st, 1966.
It is now the third longest bridge of France.
Since the municipality of Bourcefranc-le-Chapus, it connects the continent to the Ile d'Oléron.

Length 2 862 m
Width 10,60 m
Height 23,21 m














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City of MARSEILLE. TERRASSES DU PORT MALL. update.


























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City of NANTES. FRANCE.












ile de Nantes
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Buren sculptures
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city of MARSEILLE. Centre BOURSE MALL. update


renovation opening end 2013/beginning 2014

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city of STRASBOURG. FRANCE.

re-opening PRINTEMPS MALL today saturday 6 april 2013
22 millions euros. 7300 sqm. 7 floors



finally i think it's not ugly but not the top too. on the renderings the cladding was better.
and the renoved ground floor of the Galeries Lafayette of Strasbourg is more classy.
and with such a small investment of 22 million euros you can not reach the nirvana.
last thing: the metal pieces stucked on the glazed facades are not the best

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CEREM. VILLA MEDITERRANEE OPENS TODAY
07/04/2013.

here a great report of Villa Mediterranee:
http://www.domusweb.it/en/architectu...n-culture.html
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Stefano Boeri inaugurates Villa Mediterranée in France

MARSEILLE

Apr. 5 - The opening ceremony of La Villa Méditerranée will be held Sunday in Marseille. Thanks to the visionary architecture of Italian architects Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca and Giovanni La Varra, the Villa is located along the docks of Marseilles. The opening ceremony, attended by Stefano Boeri, involves the cutting of an Italian and a European ribbon as well as the unveiling of a plaque. It will be led by Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament and President of the Parliaments of the Mediterranean and Michel Vauzelle, President of the Region Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur. The inauguration will take place during the Summit of the Presidents of the Parliaments of the UfM (Union pour la Méditerranée) hosted at La Villa Mediterranée from Sunday until April 9. The "Villa Méditerranée, Centre International pour le dialogue et les échanges en Méditerranée" is a 2004 project developed by Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca and Giovanni La Varra (now in separate studies) and is a multifunctional building of about 9000m2, situated on the banks of the historic French port city. It will host cultural events, research and documentation spaces on the Mediterranean. The new building is reminiscent of the concept buildings developed by SBA - Stefano Boeri Architects - in La Maddalena, built on the occasion of the G8.



THE BUILDING IN DETAIL

The construction is characterized by a 36 meter jump suspended at 14 meters above the sea level and an exhibition area of 1000m2, illuminated by side glass, skylights and a glass walk-in floor. Below the basin, there is another multipurpose space of 1500m2 including a performance hall for 500 people. The visual contact with the sea is provided by a skylight porthole. A large vertical atrium connects the two main spaces with other smaller places, including meeting rooms, offices and a restaurant.



report from http://www.9colonne.it/
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major cathedral of marseille

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this building looks great nicer than i expected. go marseille go
Last information : since the installation of the video-supervision, the crimes in the center of Marseille fells with 30 % and I want to say to our stupid journalists who always push this city that Marseille has other things to propose that kalashnikovs or crimes that you can find in every big city.
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city of MARSEILLE. APRIL 2013.


tower cgm






cathedral major. voutes de la major luxury shopping mall in construction


regards de provence art gallery on right side






behind villa mediterranee cerem




Cours Estienne d'Orves


Place des Huiles


pavillon M on right side, Hotel intercontinental in the background.19 days before opening.


pharo palace background, fortress saintjean, mucem, cerem villa mediterranee, musee regards de provence
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CITY OF MARSEILLE. CEREM. VILLA MEDITERRANEE. FRANCE

The president of the European parliament Martin Schulz summons(convenes) the first summit of the parliaments presidents of the Union for the Mediterranean region.

HIS SPEECH at Villa Mediterranee:
"Dear Friends,

I should first like to welcome you all here today and, on your behalf, to thank the President of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, Michel Vauzelle, and the Mayor of Marseille, Jean-Claude Gaudin, for the warm and generous hospitality they have shown us.

We are meeting here today in the city of Marseille, where for centuries the civilisations, cultures and religions of the Mediterranean have met and intermingled, providing a rich vein of inspiration for philosophers, writers and artists.

Marseille’s designation as a European Capital of Culture in 2013 brings us back full circle, duly acknowledging the part the city has played in history while holding out the promise of a bright future.

The choice of a building marked down to become the International Centre for Dialogue and Exchange in the Mediterranean as the venue for our summit could therefore not have been more fitting, not least on account of its bold, futuristic architecture.

It would be difficult to find a venue which better symbolises the aims of this summit.

What better place could there be than Marseille’s Villa Méditerranée in which to demonstrate our commitment to continuing, with optimism and pragmatism, to build an area of peace and prosperity both for and with our fellow citizens?"
















































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Old April 8th, 2013, 01:03 AM   #152
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CITY OF TOULOUSE. FRANCE



http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toulouse
in french
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toulouse
in english
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toulouse
in spanish
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toulouse
in german
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toulouse
in portuguese
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A2%...83%D0%B7%D0%B0
in russian
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%...83%BC%E3%82%BA
in japanese

Toulouse (French pronunciation: [tu.luz] ( listen), locally: [tuˈluzə] ( listen); Occitan: Tolosa [tuˈluzɔ], Latin: Tolosa, medieval Tholoza) is a city in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France.




Capitole de Toulouse (mainly 18th century), housing the Hôtel de Ville, the Théâtre du Capitole (opera house), and the Donjon du Capitole (16th century), located on the Place du Capitole.

It lies on the banks of the River Garonne, 150 kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea and 300 from the Atlantic Ocean, and 590 km (366 mi) away from Paris.


square of Trinity

With 1,202,889 inhabitants as of 1 January 2008, the Toulouse metropolitan area is the fourth-largest in France, after Paris (12.1 million), Lyon (2.1 million), and Marseille (1.7 million).


High School manufacture des tabacs/tobaccos

Toulouse is the centre of the European aerospace industry, with the headquarters of Airbus, Galileo positioning system, the SPOT satellite system, ATR (aircraft manufacturer), the Aerospace Valley, considered as a global cluster, the city also hosts l'Oncopole de Toulouse, the largest cancer research centre in Europe, the European headquarters of Intel and CNES's Toulouse Space Centre (CST), the largest space centre in Europe.


bridge over garonne river

Thales Alenia Space, and Astrium Satellites, EADS's satellite system subsidiary, also have a significant presence in Toulouse. Its world renowned university is one of the oldest in Europe (founded in 1229) and, with more than 119,000 students, is the third-largest university campus of France after Paris and Lyon.


church/église du taur

Toulouse was the capital of the former province of Languedoc (provinces were abolished during the French Revolution), the former Visigothic Kingdom and was the capital of the historical region of Occitania (Southern France).
It is now the capital of the Midi-Pyrénées region, the largest region in metropolitan France. It is also the capital of the Haute-Garonne department.


toulouse panoramic

Moreover, the city of Toulouse has two historic sites added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Canal Du Midi (shared with other cities), since 1996, and the Basilica of St. Sernin under the description: World Heritage Sites of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France, since 1998.



Toulouse is home to the Galerie du Château d'eau, one of the oldest places dedicated to photography in the world, the Académie des Jeux floraux, the oldest literary society of the Western World and, according to many historians, was one of the places where capitalism was invented.




basilique saint sernin


place du capitole


matabiau rail station




hotel de lasbordes






toulouse blagnac airport: traffic 2012 : 7,6 millions passengers


PEX TOULOUSE.new exhibition center. in progress




canal du midi


new TSE. toulouse school of economics. works began.






toulouse by night.


one of the media librairy of toulouse.Grand M


The Cité de l'espace (City of Space) is a theme park focused on space and the conquest of space.
It was opened in September 1997 and is located on the eastern outskirts of Toulouse, France.
As of 2012, there had been more than 4 million visitors.
cité de l'espace.


Lines A and B are automatic metro lines,[2] which use VAL technology built by Matra, now part of Siemens Transportation Systems.
13 of the 18 stations on line A are 52 metres long and can therefore handle four-car trains. Platform screen doors separate the platforms from the tracks and are synchronised with the doors of the trains. Therefore, each platform must be absolutely straight. Each two-car set can accommodate from 150 to 220 people.


jean jaures station

The trains have rubber tyres and use a third rail 750V direct current electric supply. They can climb slopes of up to 7%, reach a top speed of approximately 60 km/h, and can operate on the line at a maximum frequency of 65 seconds.



A central control centre regulates the network and ensures its safety and can take control of trains remotely in the event of an incident or a breakdown.
Currently, two types of rolling stock are in circulation: VAL 206 and VAL 208. The name of the next station is announced just before each stop and just after the departure from the preceding station. In VAL 208 trains, the name of the next station and its connections are shown in each car on a panel of LEDs.


Astrium is an aerospace subsidiary of the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) that provides civil and military space systems and services. In 2009, Astrium had a turnover of €4.8 billion and 15,000 employees in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain and the Netherlands. Astrium is member of Institute of Space, its Applications and Technologies.

Its three main areas of activity are :
Astrium Satellites for spacecraft and ground segment
Astrium Space Transportation for launchers and orbital infrastructure
Astrium Services for the development and delivery of satellite services

EADS/AIRBUS WORLD HEADQUARTERS ARE IN TOULOUSE.FRANCE

AIRBUS FACTORIES AND TOULOUSE BLAGNAC AIRPORT FROM THE SKY

AIRBUS A380 Construction Building the Airbus A380 & Tour



renovation toulouse soccer/football stadium

TOULOUSE GREAT PROJECTS

in french

pictures videos toulouse metropole
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Your photo of EADS Astrium is from Elancour near Paris

For Toulouse here :

http://www.astrium.eads.net/media/im...louse_2010.jpg
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Your photo of EADS Astrium is from Elancour near Paris

For Toulouse here :

http://www.astrium.eads.net/media/im...louse_2010.jpg
thank you diagonal i have changed the picture.
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fabulous picture from the sky of TOULOUSE. on your left MEDIA LIBRAIRY JOSE CABANIS
picture toulouse metropole

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Toulouse’s Aeroscopia museum readies for its 2014 opening with Airbus support

Construction is continuing apace for the Airbus-supported Aeroscopia museum in Toulouse, France, which will put the spotlight on European aviation’s past, present and future following its public opening in early 2014.




Aeroscopia will be located at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport – which also is home to Airbus headquarters – where it will display the “Heritage” collection of historical aircraft and play a role in protecting these, and other, vintage planes.
After its opening, Aeroscopia visitors will be able to board and visit three milestone aircraft: a flight test Concorde supersonic jet, an open Super Guppy transporter and an A300 – which is the world’s first twin-engine widebody, and the cornerstone in Airbus’ commercial jetliner family.



Over the past six years, Airbus has contributed 3.5 million of Aeroscopia’s total 15.5-million-euro budget, and sees the museum as being complementary to its own heritage department. The already-successful Airbus tours in Toulouse also will move to Aeroscopia, and the museum team is hopeful they can equal the annual tally of 150,000 visitors.
Jean Pinet, founding member of the “Terre d’Envol” association that played a key role in championing Aeroscopia, said the museum’s progress hasn’t always been smooth and that support of the air transport sector and local politicians has proved crucial.



“I’m happy that the project happened at all after such a complicated and lengthy gestation,” he added. “Toulouse deserves a museum that is worthy of its contribution to aviation’s past, present and future. It’s served as a reminder that one should never give up the fight for a worthy cause.

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CITY OF STRASBOURG. FRANCE.

project eiffage. place de haguenau. it is i think just a proposal


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CITY OF STRASBOURG. FRANCE.

european parliament. building IP4 by architecture studio.
one of the largest building in france












http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europea..._in_Strasbourg
european institutions in strasbourg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_of_Europe
council of europe
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seat_of..._in_Strasbourg
seat of the european parliament in strasbourg




european district.l 'AGORA
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famous cathedral of strasbourg


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strasburg_Cathedral




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strasbourg central rail station






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La Petite France District





Petite-France is an area in Strasbourg, Alsace, France.
It is located on the Grande Île (Main Island), where the river Ill splits up into a number of canals and cascades through a small area of medieval half-timbered houses and baroque sandstone buildings. In the Middle Age, the Petite-France was the tanning-houses and slaughterhouses area. The Grand Île was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.
The name Petite-France ("Little France") was not given for patriotic or architectural reasons. It comes from the "hospice of the syphilitic" (Hospice des Vérolés, in French), which was built in the late fifteenth century on this island, to cure persons with syphilis, then called the "French disease" in German,[1] Franzosenkrankheit.

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la grande mosquee

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ecam ingenieurs school

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place kleber
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Place_Kl%C3%A9ber

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palais du rhin/rhine river palace

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palais_du_Rhin
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church saint paul
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Pau...h_(Strasbourg)

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tourism boats over the Ill river


a boat in la petite france district.fabulous picture
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ENA Strasbourg école nationale administration

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89c...administration

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Barrage Vauban


The Barrage Vauban (Vauban weir) is a weir erected in the 17th century on the river Ill west of the "Petite France" district in Strasbourg. It was constructed from 1686 to 1700 by the French Engineer Jacques Tarade according to plans by Vauban. Several stories high, it houses sculptures in its main level and a panoramical terrace on its roof.
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les ponts couverts/the covered bridge

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Quartier Rivetoile/Austerlitz

This new district is an ancient part of the harbour/port of strasbourg.
shopping center rivetoile with 100 shops, the medialibrairy andre malraux, appartments, offices building, subterranean parking, the conservatoire de musique of strasbourg, etc

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9..._de_Strasbourg



indoor of medialibrairy andre malraux
















rivetoile mall and office building


conservatoire of strasbourg by architect gaudin
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area and construction site PRINTEMPS MALL.

the printemps mall is re-open since saturday 6 april 2013. 7300 sqm. 22 millions costs
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europea...f_Human_Rights
european court of human rights by star architect ROGERS
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port/harbour of strasbourg

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_au..._de_Strasbourg
in french

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strasbourg

"german" district and european district

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STRASBOURG CAPITAL OF CHRISTMASS



christkindelmärik oldest christmass market in the world




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ARTE TV CHANNEL


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arte
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crystal park office building. offices district espace europeen schiltigheim/strasbourg
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Hotel de la Région Alsace/seat of region alsace
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seat of department du bas-rhin/hotel du departement by vasconi architect

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contemporary art museum of strasbourg by fainsilber architect of cité des sciences la villette paris
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Palais de l'Aubette/dancing room from year 1928.


Aubette is a historical building on Place Kléber in Strasbourg, France. It was built by Jacques-François Blondel in 1765–1772. Between 1926 and 1928 it was redecorated by Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Jean Arp and De Stijl artist Theo van Doesburg. The work of the three artists had been called "the Sistine Chapel of abstract art".
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zenith concert hall of strasbourg. by architect fuksas.
and rallye de france with sebastien loeb
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district les halles is an area in strasbourg more as 30 years old with shopping center, offices buildings, big subterranean parkings, hotels,
second shopping center of strasbourg PLACE DES HALLES
here picture proposal of renovation






on your left tower ESCA with a new cladding


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CITY OF STRASBOURG. FRANCE.
BNU.national universitary librairy.renovation by architect Michelin
re-opening fall 2014
















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CITY OF STRASBOURG.complete report from wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strasbourg


a day in strasbourg. video youtube

pictures by dna news paper
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strasbourg famous winstub restaurants and Tarte Flambee speciality.
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famous Astronomical clock and pillar of the angels into strasbourg cathedral
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hotel le regent contades.strasbourg
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visiting strasbourg by boat
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port of strasbourg on the rhine river,on your right germany right side of the RHINE river
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maison Kammerzell and Cathedral

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MARSEILLE HOTEL INTERCONTINENTAL. WEBSITE.

http://marseille.intercontinental.com/
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L'ODYSSEE DE CARTIER.


an advert.......but a masterpiece
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Two Unsuspecting Guys Take The New Renault Clio For A Test Drive


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Two Unsuspecting Girls Take The New Renault Clio For A Test Drive


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