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Royal Theatre
Victoria, British Columbia CA
Location ID: #081-10100252
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US Army Corps of Engineers (Fort Peck)
FORT PECK, Montana US
Location ID: #028-10159466
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Big Timber (2020)
BIG TIMBER, Montana US
Location ID: #028-10157091
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Big Timber is a city in, and the county seat of Sweet Grass County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,641 at the 2010 census. Big Timber takes its name from Big Timber Creek, which was named by William Clark because of the large cottonwood trees. The post office was established in 1880, closed, then reopened in 1882 with Ella Burns as postmaster. As a stop on the Northern Pacific Railroad, Big Timber became a major wool-shipping depot. It became the county seat in 1895. A fire in ...
Rochester High Desert
TWIN BRIDGES, Montana US
Location ID: #028-10159462
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St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church
Sackville, Nova Scotia CA
Location ID: #087-10159457
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Edelweiss Cabin
MONARCH, Montana US
Location ID: #028-10159461
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Natural Science Center
Greensboro, North Carolina US
Location ID: #062-10088426
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Sand Key Park
Clearwater, Florida US
Location ID: #015-10060954
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This ninety-five acre Pinellas County park is located on Sand Key, a barrier island between the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida mainland. Clearwater Pass, leading from the Gulf to the Intracoastal waterway, separates the park from the popular resort area of Clearwater Beach. Sand Key park consists of two distinct areas — a beautiful white sandy beach and a large shaded park area. In the park proper are two picnic shelters with grills, a playground, restroom, and a dog park. Grills, picnic ...
Bush-N-Vine Farm
York, South Carolina US
Location ID: #027-10003727
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Spencer's Factory
Mount Airy, North Carolina US
Location ID: #062-10043100
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Pacific Galleries Warehouse
GREAT FALLS, Montana US
Location ID: #028-10159446
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Yellow Branch Falls/ Sumter National Forrest
Walhalla, South Carolina US
Location ID: #027-10003161
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Tigerville
Greenville, South Carolina US
Location ID: #027-10000395
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INDUSTRY - Urban Industrial Event Venue
Indianapolis, Indiana US
Location ID: #032-10158245
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BASH - Modern Industrial Event Venue
Carmel, Indiana US
Location ID: #032-10158259
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Anderson Acres -Elizabeth Anderson Shatner
Whitestown, Indiana US
Location ID: #032-10159361
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Meminger Auditorium Interiors
Charleston, South Carolina US
Location ID: #027-10158570
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Wonderful Charleston performance and event venue located in central peninsula Charleston
Meminger Auditorium Interiors - Seating Areas
Charleston, South Carolina US
Location ID: #027-10158571
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Wonderful Charleston performance and event venue located in central peninsula Charleston
Bastion Square
Victoria, British Columbia CA
Location ID: #081-10100062
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Keywords: ; alley; arch; bar; brick; brick-redbrick; courtyard; dock; door-wooden; harbour; heritage; hotel; ivy; lamp post; marina; museum; parkade; parking lot; pub; railing; restaurant; road-paved; square; storefront; street-main; view-ocean; 1800’s (late); street-urban; city; building-heritage.
Amos Kendall House
Frankfort, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10039360
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At 413 Broadway (Frankfort) sits the house in which Amos Kendall resided from about 1816 to 1828. Kendall, a Massachusetts native, migrated to Kentucky about 1814. He tutored the children of the Henry Clay family before starting his newspaper: the Argus of Western America. His politics transformed and Kendall became a great supporter of the Democratic Party of Andrew Jackson. The Argus was very pro-Jackson in the campaign and Jackson took Kendall to Washington where he began the Washington ...
Amish in Kentucky
Munfordville, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10042986
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The Amish here live among the hills of Hart County, which lies about halfway between Lexington and Nashville. Munfordville and Horse Cave are both small towns. Horse Cave is known for a large cavern which once housed the world’s only “air-conditioned” tennis courts. The rolling hills of Crittenden County are home to Kentucky's largest Amish Community with a population of over five hundred. Cabinetry, furniture, baked goods and bulk foods as well as seasonal items such as plants, vegetables, ...
American-Speed Inc.
Louisville, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10088079
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We strive to create a community for car enthusiasts across the country which will provide its members with resources to foster our shared passion for all things automotive. The 21st century offers us the ability to create and maintain just such a community.
Beneteau Water Tank
Marion, South Carolina US
Location ID: #027-10159435
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60 x 50 ft., depth @ 10 ½ feet, 130 000 Gallons
American Saddlebred Museum
Lexington, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10075428
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The American Saddlebred Museum, Gallery and Gift Shop is the ultimate "Showplace for Saddlebreds". Located on the grounds of the beautiful Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY, the Museum provides an exciting and educational experience. Inside, visitors learn the important role the ASB played in our nation's history, and how he has evolved into the elegant, athletic and versatile breed we know today. The Museum features special exhibitions that change annually as well as a wide variety of ...
Amazing Acres
Hopkinsville, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10066340
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Farm in Hopkinsville that produces crops and rehabilitates animals.
Allensville
Allensville, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10090666
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Allensville is a 6th-class city in Todd County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 189 at the 2000 census. Settled in the 19th century and formally incorporated in 1867, the city was named for a pioneer family in the area
Albany
Albany, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10089181
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From the sparkling waters of pristine lakes and rivers to the lush foothills, Albany, Kentucky is a land of outdoor beauty and Southern hospitality conveniently located between Dale Hollow State Park and Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, just west of the sprawling Daniel Boone National Forest.
African American Heritage Center
Franklin, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10038687
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The African American Heritage Center, Inc. (AAHC) is a museum located in the Franklin, Kentucky's Harristown neighborhood which is on the National Register of Historic Places. This museum is the headquarters for academic research of African American achievements, emphasizing Simpson County accomplishments and also those of the region and state
609 & 611 West Main Street Buildings
Louisville, Kentucky US
Location ID: #061-10121565
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609-611 West Main Street was originally built 1850. Representing a unique variation of the Renaissance Revival style, the buildings have a limestone façade with ornate details leading you back in time of period that made Louisville an architectural treasure. Located in the center heart of the city that has seen an amazing expansion over the last decade and continues with major revitalization and development, this amazing location is walking close to everything. Restaurants, courthouses, the Ali ...
Stephen R. Gregg Park
Bayonne, New Jersey US
Location ID: #097-10159431
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Established in 1916, Stephen R. Gregg Park maximizes its nearly 100 acres of parkland in Bayonne by integrating active and passive recre­ation along the waterfront. Ball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, bocce courts, horseshoe pits, and a running track are featured throughout the park for exercise and for play. Its tran­quil passive sections are inviting locations to relax and enjoy the greenery and Newark Bay waterfront. Situated in Bayonne on the East bank of Newark Bay, the park ...