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Elmwood Park, Columbia, South Carolina

Elmwood Park is a residential neighborhood and historic district in what is now the center of Columbia, South Carolina. Founded in the early 1900s, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Elmwood Park Historic District on May ...

                                               

Gills Creek

Gills Creek is a stream in Richland County, South Carolina which drains into the Congaree River. Gills Creek was settled primarily in the 1780s and since the 1960s the creek area has become highly urbanized as part of the region around Columbia, ...

                                               

Saluda River

The Saluda River is a principal tributary of the Congaree River, about 200 mi long, in northern and western South Carolina in the United States. Via the Congaree River, it is part of the watershed of the Santee River, which flows to the Atlantic ...

                                               

History of Columbia, South Carolina

                                               

Columbia, South Carolina Registered Historic Place stubs

                                               

Broad Street Apartments

The Broad Street Apartments are buildings going from 880-886 E Broad Street in Broadmoor, Columbus, OH 43205. They are near the Columbus College of Art and Design, along with the Columbus State Community College. It is managed by Evergreen Realty ...

                                               

Columbus City Hall (Ohio)

Columbus City Hall is the city hall of Columbus, Ohio, located at 90 West Broad Street, at the intersection of Broad and Front Streets, in the citys Civic Center on the east bank of the Scioto River. Among others, it contains the offices of the c ...

                                               

Interstate 670 (Ohio)

Interstate 670 is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Ohio that passes through downtown Columbus, connecting I-70 west of downtown with I-270 and U.S. Route 62 near the eastern suburb of Gahanna. I-670 provides access to John Glenn Columbu ...

                                               

Ohio Resource Center

The Ohio Resource Center for mathematics, science and reading, a project of the State University Education Deans, has been funded by the Ohio General Assembly and established by the Ohio Board of Regents to: Identify effective instructional and p ...

                                               

Outdoor sculptures in Columbus, Ohio

                                               

Columbus, Ohio building and structure stubs

                                               

Alexander Park (Columbus, Ohio)

Alexander Park, or Alexander AEP Park, is a park in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Donated by American Electric Power, the park is located between Battelle Riverfront Park and North Bank Park. It is named after former City Council President Arvin ...

                                               

Battelle Riverfront Park

Battelle Riverfront Park is a 4.1-acre park in downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States, near Columbus City Hall. The park was established in 1983. It is named after Gordon Battelle and was funded by the Battelle Memorial Institute.

                                               

Bicentennial Park (Columbus, Ohio)

Bicentennial Park is a 4.66-acre park in downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States, located at 233 Civic Center Drive. The park features a fountain, a park restaurant and a performance pavilion. The park was established in 1976, on the United States ...

                                               

Dorrian Commons Park

Dorrian Commons Park is a park and part of the Franklin County Government Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States. The Franklin County Courthouse, built in 1887, once stood on the site. The park has a metal sculpture by an unknown artist ...

                                               

Goodale Park

Goodale Park is a public park in the Victorian Village area of Columbus, Ohio. It was donated to the city in 1851 by Lincoln Goodale. For a few months during the Civil War, it was a staging area for Union troops known as Camp Jackson. ComFest, a ...

                                               

Schiller Park (Columbus, Ohio)

Schiller Park is a 23.45-acre municipal park located in German Village, a historic neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio. The park is bounded by Reinhard Avenue to the north, Jaeger Street to the east, East Deshler Avenue to the south, and City Park Ave ...

                                               

Ohio State Route 710

State Route 710 is a 4.06-mile-long state highway in the central portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. Existing entirely within the northern portion of the city of Columbus, SR 710 begins at an intersection with SR 161, less than one-quarter mile we ...

                                               

Columbus Streetcar

The Columbus Streetcar was a proposed streetcar system to be located in and close to Downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States. Initially planned to run along High Street, the line would have run for 2.8 miles and connected the Ohio State campus wit ...

                                               

List of Central Ohio Transit Authority Routes

                                               

Ohio State Route 3

State Route 3 is a major north–south highway in Ohio which leads from Cincinnati to Cleveland by way of Columbus. It is the second longest state route in Ohio. Because of this the road is also known as the 3-C Highway, a designation which predate ...

                                               

Ohio State Route 315

State Route 315, known locally as the Olentangy Freeway, running almost parallel to Olentangy River Road for most of its length, is a north–south highway in central Ohio, in the Columbus metropolitan area. It may be seen abbreviated as SR 315, OH ...

                                               

Georgian Heights

Georgian Heights is a neighborhood in West Columbus, in Columbus, Ohio, United States. It neighbors Holly Hill. The two are bounded together by Sullivant Avenue on the north, Clime Road on the south, Georgesville Road on the west, and Demorest Ro ...

                                               

Linden, Columbus, Ohio

Linden is a neighborhood in the northeastern part of Columbus, Ohio. It extends south to north from Eighth Avenue to E. Cooke and Ferris roads and west to east from Conrail tracks to Joyce Avenue/Westerville Road. The neighborhood is officially b ...

                                               

Mount Vernon, Columbus, Ohio

Mount Vernon is a predominantly African-American historic neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The neighborhood lies within the historic Near East Side community. Mount Vernon borders Interstates 71 and 670. Its main thoroughfares, Moun ...

                                               

South Columbus, Ohio

South Columbus also referred to as the "South Side" or the "South End", consists of numerous urban and suburban areas south of Downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States. It is part of the native Columbus geographical terminology of the large residen ...

                                               

Conway Christian School

Conway Christian School is a private, college preparatory Christian school serving students in grades K2 through 12 in Conway, Arkansas, United States. The school has a curriculum leading to several concurrent credit hours through local colleges. ...

                                               

Good Samaritan Hospital Heliport

                                               

CenterSpace Software

CenterSpace Software, LLC. is a commercial software development company with headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon, USA, that produces numerical and statistical class libraries for the.NET Framework. CenterSpace also provides advanced software projec ...

                                               

Fairfield County Courthouse (Danbury, Connecticut)

The Fairfield County Courthouse in Danbury, Connecticut is a historic building that was designed by architect Warren R. Briggs, who also designed the Fairfield County Courthouse in Bridgeport It is a contributing building in the Main Street Histo ...

                                               

Main Street Historic District (Danbury, Connecticut)

The Main Street Historic District in Danbury, Connecticut, United States, is the oldest section of that city, at its geographical center. It has long been the citys commercial core and downtown. Its 132 buildings, 97 of which are considered contr ...

                                               

Roman Catholic churches in Danbury, Connecticut

                                               

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Muir Commons

Muir Commons is a cohousing development located in Davis, California. Completed in 1991, Muir Commons was designed by McCamant & Durrett Architects and is known for being the first new-construction cohousing development in the United States. Oppo ...

                                               

Yolo County - Davis/Woodland/Winters Airport

                                               

Carey Farm Site

The Carey Farm Site is a prehistoric Native American archaeological site in central Kent County, Delaware, near Dover. The site, located along the St. Jones River, encompasses what is believed to be a major seasonal base camp from the Woodland Pe ...

                                               

Dover Transit Center

The Dover Transit Center is a park and ride lot and bus terminal located in the city of Dover in Kent County, Delaware. The transit center serves DART First State buses, with service provided by eight local bus routes serving Dover and Kent Count ...

                                               

Houses in Dover, Delaware

                                               

1976 Mason-Dixon 500

The 1976 Mason-Dixon 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series event that took place on May 16, 1976, at Dover Downs International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. Only manual transmission vehicles were allowed to participate in this race; a policy that NA ...

                                               

1978 Delaware 500

The 1978 Delaware 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that took place on September 17, 1978, at Dover Downs International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. By 1980, NASCAR had completely stopped tracking the year model of all the vehicles ...

                                               

Macomb Farm

Macomb Farm, also known as the Thomas Irons House, is a historic home located at Dover, Kent County, Delaware. It dates to the 18th century, and is a two-story, brick dwelling. It has a brick wing extending the original house. The interior is arr ...

                                               

U.S. Route 16 in Michigan

US Highway 16, also called Grand River Avenue for much of its length in the state, was one of the principal roads prior to the post-World War II construction of freeways in the state of Michigan. Before the creation of the United States Numbered ...

                                               

Business routes of Interstate 96

There have been six business routes of Interstate 96 in the US state of Michigan. There are two business loops designated Business Loop Interstate 96: one through Lansing and one through Howell. Both follow the old route of US Highway 16, with ap ...

                                               

M-5 (Michigan highway)

M-5, commonly referred to as Grand River Avenue and the northern section as the Haggerty Connector, is a 20.807-mile-long state trunkline highway in the Metro Detroit area of the US state of Michigan. The highway runs through suburbs in Oakland a ...

                                               

M-43 (Michigan highway)

M-43 is a state trunkline highway in the southwestern and central parts of the US state of Michigan. The highway runs from South Haven to Webberville along an indirect path through both rural areas and larger cities. The trunkline follows five ov ...

                                               

M-52 (Michigan highway)

M-52 is a north–south state trunkline highway in the US state of Michigan. The southern terminus is on the Ohio border, where it continues as State Route 109. The highway passes through communities like Adrian, where it intersects US Highway 223, ...

                                               

Laboratory Row

Laboratory Row is a collection of buildings at Michigan State Universitys campus in East Lansing, Michigan. Built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries it comprises the oldest collection of buildings on campus. The site originally was dedicat ...

                                               

Ax Billy Department Store

The Ax Billy Department Store, located in Eugene, Oregon, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is currently occupied by the Downtown Athletic Club.

                                               

Baldwin Market

The Baldwin Market is a historic retail shop building in Eugene, Oregon, United States. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.

                                               

Dave and Lynn Frohnmayer Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge

The Dave and Lynn Frohnmayer Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge, formerly and still informally known as the Autzen Footbridge, is a bicycle and pedestrian bridge across the Willamette River, located in Eugene, Oregon, in the United States. Named after ...

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