Allerheiligenberg Monastery. The Allerheiligenberg Monastery was a catholic monastery in Lahnstein. It belonged to the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, but from spring 2012 was no longer used. Since the end of 2014, the monastery Allerheiligenberg is privately owned.
The most extravagant pleasure garden was Parc Monceau, created by Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, which opened in 1779. it was designed for the Duke by the painter Carmontelle. In addition to the follies, the garden featured servants dressed in oriental and other exotic costumes, and unusual animals, such as camels.
Mary Scranton co-established Scranton Neighbors, which worked to improve the quality of housing in the city of Scranton. New housing developments were constructed through the organization, including the Midtown Apartments, which are still located near the intersection of Adams Avenue and Olive Street in Scranton.
After spending time working for Veritas DGC, she returned to the University of Queensland where she received her PhD in multi-component seismic wave-field separation. After receiving her degree she worked in the research group at Oxford University for a year to map the seismic wave-guides in the North Sea.
Colleges and Universities. DePauw University is a private national liberal arts college. It was originally founded as Indiana Asbury University in 1837 as an all men’s school. In 1867, Laura Beswick, Mary Simmons, Alice Allen, and Bettie Locke Hamilton (then Bettie Locke), the chief founder of Kappa Alpha Theta, America’s first college sorority, became the University’s first four female co-eds.
The Shawnee Regional Airport has a asphalt lighted runway with self-services available seven days a week. The airport is bordered by Independence St. to the south, Airport Road to the east, MacArthur St. to the north (with MacArthur St. leading under the runway in a tunnel constructed there), Leo St. in the northwest, and The Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center to the southwest.
He was the eldest son of the future king William II of the Netherlands and Anna Pavlovna of Russia. He had three brothers, one of whom died in infancy, and one sister. In 1827, at the age of ten, he was made an honorary colonel in the Royal Netherlands Army.
Greenville, Wisconsin. Greenville is a town in south central Outagamie County, Wisconsin, United States. It is one of 18 communities that form the basis of the Fox Cities, the third largest metropolitan area in Wisconsin.