United States Architechture

United States Architechture

CULTURE: ARCHITECTURE. THE AFFIRMATION OF THE GEORGIAN COLONIAL STYLE AND THE REACTION TO IT In the sec. XVIII the rise of wealthy classes of merchants in the coastal strip (Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York) and of plantation owners in the South led to the construction of more grandiose and solemn buildings; the Georgian Colonialstyle was […]

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Tennessee History

Tennessee History

Tennessee is a US state. The state capital is Nashville, while Memphis is the largest city. According to ebizdir, Tennessee borders eight other states: Kentucky and Virginia to the north, North Carolina to the east, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi to the south, and Arkansas and Missouri on the Mississippi River to the west, making Tennessee, […]

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Ohio History

Ohio History

According to ebizdir, Ohio is a state in the United States bordering the states of Pennsylvania to the east, Michigan to the northwest, Indiana to the west, Kentucky to the south, and West Virginia to the southeast. Columbus is the state capital and most populous city, while other major cities are Cleveland, Toledo and Cincinnati. […]

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Minnesota History

Minnesota History

Minnesota, United States ‘s 32nd state, located in the northern United States, and borders to Canada and the states of Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota. The state capital is Saint Paul, while Minneapolis is the state’s largest city. These two cities together form the area called the Twin Cities. The state shares a […]

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Kentucky History

Kentucky History

Kentucky is a US state. The state capital is Frankfort, while Louisville is the largest city. In 2006, the state had 4.2 mill. residents. Kentucky has been nicknamed The Bluegrass State after a species of the plant rapeseed grass (in English bluegrass ), which through this nickname gave designation to the music genre bluegrass. Kentucky […]

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