The Manulife Centre is located on the southeast corner of Bay and Bloor streets, along the Mink Mile and adjacent to the southern edge of the Yorkville district of Toronto, Canada. It consists of a 51-storey 800-suite luxury residential tower at 44 Charles Street and a shorter tower at 55 Bloor Street West, connected by a retail complex on the main floor and basement. Designed by the Toronto architectural firm of Clifford and Lawrie Architects, construction began in 1972 and was completed in 1974, it was built for Manulife Financial, the current owners. Early retail tenants at the Manulife Centre included Bretton's department store, Creed's, Harridge's, other luxury tenants. Over time, these three large retailers went closed. Today the retail portion of Manulife Centre serves the local population, includes Birks and Indigo Books. Bay Bloor Radio, founded in 1946, moved into the Manulife Centre when it opened and remains there today. A tunnel connects the basement level of the shopping concourse to Holt Renfrew at 50 Bloor Street West on the north side of Bloor.
Manulife Centre is home to Canada's first flagship Eataly location as well as notable Yorkville fashion retailer, Over the Rainbow, Shoppers Drug Mart. The tower is served by Bay Station on the TTC's Line 2 Bloor–Danforth. Tunnels from the Manulife Centre provide access to Toronto's busiest subway station Bloor–Yonge; the One Eighty, on the top of the Manulife Centre. List of tallest buildings in Toronto List of tallest buildings in Canada Manulife Centre - Shopping Manulife Place - Residential
Joseph Oluwaseyi Temitope Ayodele-Aribo is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Scottish club Rangers. Born in England, he represents Nigeria at international level. Aribo played for Staines Town under Marcus Gayle in the Isthmian League Premier Division, winning the club's academy player of the year award in April 2014. Aribo joined Charlton Athletic in September 2015 following a successful trial, signed a one-year contract in May 2016, he made his first team debut as a 62nd-minute substitute for Andrew Crofts in a 2–0 defeat to Crawley Town in an EFL Trophy group stage match at The Valley on 16 October 2016. Aribo was offered a new contract by Charlton at the end of the 2018–19 season, but he instead opted to sign a four-year deal with Scottish Premiership club Rangers, he made his competitive debut for the club on 9 July 2019 in a 4–0 win over St Joseph's of Gibraltar in the Europa League. He suffered a head injury in a match in September 2019. Speaking in October 2016, Aribo said that his strengths were "driving with the ball and getting up the pitch".
As of match played 29 February 2020 As of match played 17 November 2019 Scores and results list the Nigeria's goal tally first. Charlton Athletic EFL League One play-offs: 2019Rangers Scottish League Cup runner-up: 2019–20
St. James is a historic Lutheran church in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, which serves as a church on the pilgrimage route to St. James Church in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, it has two towers. The church was built between 1311-1484, its east chancel was completed in 1322, nave built from 1373-1436, west choir, which bridges the street, from 1453-1471. The church was consecrated in 1485 by the Bishop of Würzburg. In 1525 the peasant leader Florian Geyer read aloud the articles of the revolting peasants from its west chancel, its western gallery contains the famous Holy Blood altarpiece of the Würzburg wood carver Tilman Riemenschneider, carved 1500-1505, which includes a rock crystal reliquary cross. The altar includes scenes of the entry into Jerusalem, Lord's Supper with Judas as central figure and the Mount of Olives. Other important relics include the High Altar in the east choir, which represents on its back side the oldest depiction of the city of Rothenburg and rare images of the Jakobs pilgrim legend, as well as an altar of Tilman Riemenschneider and Mary Coronation altar with sculptures from different centuries, including the Riemenschneider school.
The stained glass windows of the east chancel are adorned with valuable images from 1350-1400 AD, including the left window with scenes of the life of the Virgin Mary, central window with scenes from Christ's life and passion, right window representing Christ's work of redemption and sacraments. The great organ in St. Jakob was built by Rieger Orgelbau in 1968, with 69 stops, Tracker action and electric action for the stops, it can be played from a two-manual console on the back. The specification: Short Guide to St. Jakobs Lutheran Church in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, undated pamphlet. Tourist Information German web site Another web site St. Jakob