9/12/2014University of SharjahUniversity City, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates25°17′15″N 55°28′37″EThe University of Sharjah is a private university located in University City, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Of the school’s 100 million Dirham (~27 million US dollars) construction cost, 90 million went towards academic, scientific and administrative buildings and 10 million was spent on landscaping the grounds and surrounding area.www.overv.eu

9/12/2014
University of Sharjah
University City, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
25°17′15″N 55°28′37″E

The University of Sharjah is a private university located in University City, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Of the school’s 100 million Dirham (~27 million US dollars) construction cost, 90 million went towards academic, scientific and administrative buildings and 10 million was spent on landscaping the grounds and surrounding area.

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9/8/2014
Shin-Nagoya Thermal Power Station
Nagoya City, Japan
35.063241309°, 136.876144767°

The Shin-Nagoya Thermal Power Station in Nagoya City, Japan is designed to reduce annual CO2 emissions by approximately 1 million tons. Additionally, in order to improve the scenic views of the plant, the walls of the turbine building are painted blue and decorated with a motif depicting the score of Mozart’s “Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550.”

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9/8/2014

Shin-Nagoya Thermal Power Station

Nagoya City, Japan

35.063241309°, 136.876144767°

The Shin-Nagoya Thermal Power Station in Nagoya City, Japan is designed to reduce annual CO2 emissions by approximately 1 million tons. Additionally, in order to improve the scenic views of the plant, the walls of the turbine building are painted blue and decorated with a motif depicting the score of Mozart’s “Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550.”

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9/4/2014
Vineyards
Weinstadt, Germany
48°47’20.9”N 9°22’11.7”E

Vineyards grow on the hillsides of Weinstadt, a town in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. As the state’s fourth largest community of wine production with vineyards expanding a total of 489 hectacres, the town’s name appropriately translates as “Wine City”.

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9/4/2014

Vineyards

Weinstadt, Germany

48°47’20.9”N 9°22’11.7”E

Vineyards grow on the hillsides of Weinstadt, a town in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. As the state’s fourth largest community of wine production with vineyards expanding a total of 489 hectacres, the town’s name appropriately translates as “Wine City”.

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