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Niavaran

Niavaran is an affluent and upperclass district in the north of Tehran. Bordering leafy, uphill-winding Darband Street, it can be reached from Tajrish Square, is close to Darabad at the far north-eastern corner of Greater Tehran; the aqueduct of flumes was the base for Niavaran district nearly hundreds years ago, this led to the extensive flourishment of this land and superb condition of living. These didn't stay away from the eyes of ruling dynasties in Iran, more Qajar families in the 19 century, they initiated major constructions of summer house villas and palaces and from there a deluxe lifestyle become the set-mark of this region in Tehran. Niavaran as a whole consists of three sub-regions and those are Manzariyeh and Jamal Abad-all of them are situated in the first district of Tehran Precisely in the north, it is home to the affluent as well as many artists, replete with cultural riches such as Niavaran Palace Complex, Niavaran Park, the Farhangsara that includes an amphitheatre, music hall, Café Gallerie, a courtyard coffee shop with indoor exhibition space.

In recent years, the Niavaran area has become famous by groups of artists who use the traditional backdrop of the area for taking photos on their mobile phones. It has been extensively photographed by many artists using the Instagram The architecture is unique in that the area's graded slopes have given rise to multilevel layouts and idiosyncratic lofts. Being situated on the city foothills, Niavaran has a cooler climate all year round compared to the rest of Tehran, excellent vantage points

Aulacostephanus

Aulacostephanus is an extinct ammonoid cephalopod genus from the Upper Jurassic Tithonian belonging to the perisphinctacean family Aulacostephanidae. Aulacostephanus produced a discoidal ribbed, evolute shell of moderate size, reaching diameters of 16 cm, or so. Ribs diverge in pairs and threes from nodes on the umbilical shoulder and extend radially outward onto the ventro-lateral shoulder, but do not cross the venter. Sides are flat, the venter steeply rounded, with an open bend or median groove running down the middle. Clutches of eggs attributed to this genus have been discovered in the Kimmeridge Clay. Jurassic sediments of Germany, the Russian Federation and the United Kingdom Notes BibliographyTreatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part L, Ammonoidea. R. C. Moore. Geological Society of America, 1957

Leeds Fans Utd

Leeds Fans Utd is a private limited company which intends to secure a stake in Leeds United F. C; the funding for the project comes from ordinary Leeds fans, who collectively acquire shares in the company through the Leeds Fans Utd Community Benefit Society. If the company is successful in acquiring a stake in the club, the society will be able to have a voice at director level of the Club. If the company cannot acquire a stake, the society will return fans at least 90% of their investment; the company's Executive team is now led by Sharon Reid, as CEO, Brendan Meehan, as Chairman At the end of October 2015, it had reached an agreement in principle with Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino to buy a majority stake in the club. When Mr Cellino was asked to commit to an exclusivity period for the deal, he changed his mind. With over 2,000 members who have committed funding, it was stated at the Leeds Fans CBS Annual General Meeting on 3 December 2016 that the group remains in touch with many parties who have the desire and ability to invest in Leeds United along with LFU or within the medium term.

New directors joined the board at the AGM

Hauck House Museum

The Hauck House Museum is an Italianate mansion located in the Dayton Street Historic District in the Old West End Neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. It was built in 1870; the Hauck House has a striking façade of carved stone, the spacious rooms have intricately painted ceilings, floors of parquet wood in elaborate patterns, marble mantels, massive woodwork. John Hauck was a German immigrant; the museum was established to promote an understanding of daily life and customs in late 19th-century urban Cincinnati through the preservation and interpretation of the Hauck House. The residence is no longer opened to the public, it is available for rental for events. Hauck House Photo Hauck Mansion

FĂ©lix Marcilhac

Félix Marcilhac was a French art historian who collected Art Deco objects. In 1969, Marcilhac opened the galerie Marcilhac in Paris, he was the author of the biography of French orientalist painter Jacques Majorelle. He sold his entire collection in March 2014, earning 24,727,715 €; the gallery was taken over by his son, Félix-Félix Marcilhac. Félix Marcilhac died on 29 January 2020 at the age of 78. Jean Dunand Sandoz, figuriste et animalier Chana Orloff 1888-1968, catalogue raisonné André Groult, Décorateur-ensemblier du XXe siècle Pierre-Paul Jouve Angkor - Le Cambodge d'André Maire Joseph Csaky, Du cubisme à la figuration réaliste Dominique, André Domin et Marcel Genevrière, décorateurs d'avant-garde, Dominique, éditions de L'Amateur Gustave Miklos and Joseph Csaky René Lalique, catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre de verre Maurice Marinot, artisan verrier 1882-1960 Les orientalistes: Jacques Majorelle Jacques Majorelle

House at 173-175 Ward Street

The House at 173-175 Ward Street in Newton, Massachusetts, is one of the city's few Federal style houses. Built c. 1800, it is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure with clapboard siding, twin rear wall chimneys. The house has a five bay facade with windows framed by narrow moulding; the main entrance is flanked by paired pilasters surrounding sidelight windows, topped by an entablature. The house was built by Charles Hyde, was involved in property disputes attending the construction of tunnels in the area in the mid-19th century; the house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. National Register of Historic Places listings in Newton, Massachusetts