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Montecasino

Montecasino is a leisure and casino complex covering 26 hectares of land located at No.1 Montecasino Boulevard in Fourways, Johannesburg, South Africa. It was designed by American company Creative Kingdom Inc. and built by South African architects Bentel Associates International at a cost of R1.6 billion. It first opened its doors on 30 November 2000 and it attracts over 9.3 million visitors annually. It is themed after Monte Cassino, it has been meticulously designed to replicate an ancient Tuscan village. The main casino building has a fake sky, painted on the ceiling, inside going from light on one side to dark at the other. Montecasino is owned by Tsogo Sun. Tsogo Sun is a partnership between Southern Tsogo Investments. Tsogo Investments is a black empowerment group and the hotel component of Tsogo Sun's casinos are developed and managed by Southern Sun. Tsogo Sun holds the casino license for Montecasino; the Teatro opened its doors in May 2007. The Teatro was constructed at a cost of over R100 million and is one of the 10 largest Lyric theatres in the world.

The Teatro is the largest theatre in South Africa and can sit 1,870 people at full capacity. The Teatro theatre has hosted major musical productions such as the Disney Broadway musical The Lion King in 2007 as well as Joyous Celebration Rewind Recordings, it was the first and only production of The Lion King to feature an South African cast and was seen by over 550 000 people during the run at this venue. The Pivot is a 2010 development for Montecasino, it comprises a mixture of retail and a new hotel. For those looking for accommodation near the Montecasino, the closest place to stay is The Palazzo Montecasino. Montecasino has won numerous awards since 2001; this includes the following awards: 2009/11/30 – "The Readers Choice Awards" – Best Casino 2009/10/15 – "Leisure Options" – Best Cinema Complex 2009/10/15 – "Leisure Options" – Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners in Jozi 2009/10/15 – "Leisure Options" – Best Entertainment Complex 2009/09/08 – "PMR – Diamond Arrow" – Gauteng province – Business Sector: Leading Casino / Entertainment Centre 2008/08/08 – "PMR – Diamond Arrow" – Gauteng province – Business Sector: Leading Casino / Entertainment Centre 2008/08/08 – "The Star" – Best Casino 2008/09/08 – "Leisure Options" – Best Cinema Complex 2008/09/08 – "Leisure Options" – Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners in Jozi 2008/09/08 – "Leisure Options" – Best Entertainment Complex 2007/10/06 – "Tourism Grading Council of South Africa" – Five star grading as a Meeting, Exhibition & Special Events venue 2007/10/07 – "PMR – Golden arrow" – Gauteng province Business Sector: Best Casino/Entertainment Centres in Gauteng Province 2007/10/07 – "Leisure Options" – Best Cinema Complex 2007/10/07 – "Leisure Options" – Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners in Jozi 2007/10/07 – "Leisure Options" – Best Entertainment Complex 2007/10/07 – "Tourism Grading Council of South Africa" – Five star grading as a Meeting, Exhibition & Special Events venue 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Thai Restaurant – Kai Thai 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Dinner on a budget and best steakhouse – Franchise – Spur 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Fish/Seafood Restaurant – Ocean Basket 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Book Shop – Exclusive Books 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Entertainment Complex 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Ladies Night Venue – Café Vacca Matta 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Cinema complex – Montecasino Nu Metro 2006/10/06 – "Leisure Options" – Best Children's menu in a restaurant and best kids' party venue – indoor – Spur 2006/08/06 – "The Star" – Best Casino 2006/08/06 – "Pretoria News" – Best Casino 2005/08/01 – "The Star" – Best Casino 2005/08/01 – "Pretoria News" – Best Casino 2005/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Entertainment Complex 2005/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Cinema Complex 2005/10/01 – "PMR Gauteng Province" – Leaders and Achievers – Executive Lifestyle: Best Entertainment Centre 2004/10/01 – "The Star" – Best Casino 2004/10/01 – "Pretoria News" – Best Casino 2004/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Entertainment Complex 2004/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Cinema complex 2004/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Steakhouse Franchise 2004/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Ladies Night Venue 2004/06/01 – "South African Landscapers Institute" – InterContinental Palazzo Hotel Gardens won a Gold Award 2004/06/01 – "South African Landscapers Institute" – Montecasino Bird Gardens won a Silver Award for Maintenance of Large Landscape Gardens 2003/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Casino 2003/10/01 – "ROCCI" – Service Excellence 2002/10/01 – "Leisure Options" – Best Casino 2001/10/01 – "ROCCI" – Community Contribution, Service Excellence & Special Award for Large Business Beyond ROCCI Regional Boundaries Creative Kingdom designed the Montecasino.

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List of hospitals in Pennsylvania

This is a list of hospitals in Pennsylvania, a U. S. state. The list includes only hospitals that are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health or operated the Veterans Health Administration according to data collected by the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Department of Health; as of July 2018, there were VA hospital facilities in Pennsylvania. 148 of these facilities were non-profit, 86 were for-profit or "investor-owned", 15 were public hospitals owned by the Federal government, state government, or in one case, the city of Philadelphia. There were 1,880 total operating rooms. 156 were general acute hospitals, 29 were psychiatric hospitals, 22 were long-term acute care hospitals, 21 were rehabilitation hospitals, 7 were VA hospitals. The largest hospital by both beds and operating rooms was UPMC Presbyterian-Shadyside in Pittsburgh; the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center was the largest health system network in the state by number of hospitals and operating rooms.

The following list is sorted alphabetically and can be sorted by additional categories. Hospital names are the latest as provided to HAP in their July 2018 dataset and may not reflect the current name or the name used by the hospital for marketing purposes. See the Notes column for additional information; the following list of new hospitals are those that have been announced as planned or are under construction as of August 28, 2019. This list represents new hospital locations or campuses and does not include the expansion or replacement of existing hospital facilities. List of hospitals in Philadelphia List of hospitals in Pittsburgh The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Health Statistics: Health Facilities

2014–15 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – World Cup 6 – Men's 500 metres

The men's 500 metres races of the 2014–15 ISU Speed Skating World Cup 6, arranged in the Thialf arena in Heerenveen, were held on the weekend of 7–8 February 2015. Race one was won by Pavel Kulizhnikov of Russia, while Artur Waś of Poland came second, Nico Ihle of Germany came third. Alex Boisvert-Lacroix of Canada won Division B of race one, was thus, under the rules, automatically promoted to Division A for race two. Kulizhnikov won race two, while Mo Tae-bum of South Korea came second, Nico Ihle of Germany came third. Keiichiro Nagashima of Japan won Division B of race two. Race one took place on Saturday, 7 February, with Division B scheduled in the morning session, at 11:35, Division A scheduled in the afternoon session, at 15:53. Race two took place on Sunday, 8 February, with Division B scheduled in the morning session, at 11:35, Division A scheduled in the afternoon session, at 15:42