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, Budapest, Hungary
Espai Václav Havel dissenyat per Borek Sípec Dedicat a la memòria i el llegat de Václav Havel i a la causa dels drets humans i de la llibertat arreu del món Promogut per Bill Shipsey en nom d'Amnistia Internacional i amb el suport de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona, la Biblioteca Václav Havel de Praga i els amics de Vàclav Havel L'Espai Vàclav Havel el va inaugurar l'alcalde de Barcelona Xavier Trias en presència de Karel Schwarzenberg el 15 de febrer de 2014.
Václav Havel space designed by Borek Sípec Dedicated to the memory and legacy of Václav Havel and to the cause of human rights and freedom around the world Promoted by Bill Shipsey on behalf of Amnesty International and with the support of the City Council of Barcelona, Václav Havel Library in Prague and the friends of Vàclav Havel The Vàclav Havel Space was inaugurated by the Mayor of Barcelona Xavier Trias in the presence of Karel Schwarzenberg on February 15, 2014.
Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona, Spain
Sean O'Casey (1880-1964). "He loved the smell of the hawthorn tree. The spice of Ireland, Ireland’s Hawthorn tree. And this grand tree was theirs. Right at the top of the little street it stood for everyone in the street to see. The people of the street were always watching it, except in winter when it was bare and bony, cold and crooked. But the minute it budded, they took their eyes to it, and called it lovely." Sean O'Casey - playwright, writer and socialist lived here from 1889 to 1897. Many of the characters in his plays are based on the people of this area. Erected on the 50th anniversary of his death 2014.
24 Hawthorn Terrace, Dublin, Ireland
Lancelot “Capability" Brown (1716 to 1783) Landscape architect and designer of the Grade II* heritage landscape known as Wimbledon Park Erected to mark the 300th anniversary of his birth August 2016 The first Earl Spencer had an estate of 380 hectares which stretched from Tibbet’s Corner to the present day Wimbledon Station. The remnant heritage land (61 hectares) is all that is left of the original estate Friends of Wimbledon Park Historic England
Church Road, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom
HAMMERSMITH PALAIS opened as a roller skating rink in 1910. Later it served as an ice rink and, most famously as a 'palais de danse' with a capacity of 2,500. Dancing continued all through the Second World War despite the Blitz. From the 1960s the Palais was increasingly used for live concerts and club nights. It finally closed in 2007.
228 Shepherds Bush Road, London, United Kingdom
Citroën House, an early example of a concrete-framed building, was built in 1916 as a showroom and service depot for Ford Motor Company. The architects were Charles Heathcote & Sons of Manchester, who also designed Ford's factory at Dagenham. Citroën succeeded Ford in 1923, giving the building their name. Citroën House was requisitioned for the RAF and later occupied by Osram.
184 Shepherds Bush Road, London, United Kingdom