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The Plaza

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  • Alfredo must just bring very exciting news to the plaza quickly. (53 letters)
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  1. The Plaza a.k.a. The Plaza Hotel, located in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, is a landmark 20-story luxury hotel with a height of 250 ft and length of 400 ft that occupies the west side of Grand Army Plaza, from which it derives its name, and extends along Central Park South in Manhattan. Fifth Avenue extends along the east side of Grand Army Plaza. The Plaza Hotel is recognized as a Historic Hotel of America by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The hotel is now owned by the Indian company Sahara India Pariwar.
  2. The Plaza a.k.a. The Country Club Plaza is an American upscale shopping district and residential neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri.
  3. The Plaza, formerly known as Evergreen Plaza, is noted historically as the first modern America mall and set the standard for American mall development up until the 1980's. The Evergreen Plaza located in Evergreen Park, Illinois, a close suburb of Chicago was planned in the 1920's legally organized by astute Arthur Rubloff who also built the Water Tower Shopping Plaza on the Chicago's famous Magnificent Mile. Rublof secured the funding and vision for the Evergreen Plaza from the Walgreen's family who lived nearby in Beverly, Chicago. The Evergreen Plaza operated from 1952 to 2013. It also featured over 120 stores, as well as a food court.
  4. The Plaza is a high-rise commercial and residential building on Beach Road in Singapore. The complex consists of a 30 storey residential and commercial tower and an 8 storey building housing The Plaza Parkroyal hotel.One of the Poshest residential in the center of the central .Arab street, Bugis and marina skyline facing .
  5. The Plaza a.k.a. Plaza de César Chávez is a 2.2-acre park in Downtown San Jose, California, USA, named after César Chávez in 1993. It is surrounded by South Market Street, across which is The Tech Museum of Innovation, the San Jose Museum of Art, the Circle of Palms Plaza and the Fairmont San Jose Hotel. At the south end is the statue "Plumed Serpent" by Robert Graham.
  6. The Plaza a.k.a. Imperial Plaza is a Building, Skyscraper in United States of America.
  7. The Plaza is a Building in Fort Lee, United States of America.

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Google previewTo Scale (2012)

One Hundred Urban Plans by Eric Jenkins

As such, the plaza is a regular rectangle surrounded by the cathedral, administrative buildings and former court building, the Real Audiencia, which is now the Museo Nacional Historico. Santiago is also known for its other plazas. In addition to ...

Google previewPolitical Ecologies of Cattle Ranching in Northern Mexico (2010)

Private Revolutions by Eric P. Perramond

The plaza is a social phenomenon of singular importance for religious, political, and economic reasons. In spiritual terms, it is the focal point ...

Google previewIceland (2014)

by Andrew Evans

Spanning 3 buildings, the Plaza is a pretty sweet deal. Located at the foot of Hverfisgata & Laugavegur, every room has a stunning view ofthe city, & the location is exceptional, although the price for this is having front-row seats to the rowdy ...

Google previewCampbell's New Revised Complete Guide and Descriptive Book of Mexico (1899)

by Reau Campbell

The main plaza is called the Plaza of the Martyrs, commemorative of the execution here of a company of patriots in 1830, and here also Matamoros was executed ten years later. The plaza east of the Cathedral is that of La Paz where the ...

Google previewWorship The King (2011)

An Inspiring Devotional That Draws the Heart Into His Presence by Patricia King, Julie Meyer, Joseph Garlington Sr., Steve Mitchell, Sean Feucht, Vince Gibson, Michael Pinkston, Nic Billman, Jonathan Williams, Caleb Brundidge, Art Lucier, Brian Wright, Dennis See, Sandy Lockhart, Angela Pinkston

The Plaza is a town square with a big yard, some trees, and a large monument in the center. It is a gathering place of both locals and tourists, a popular place to pray, play, or smoke weed. If you have never been to Santa Fe, you need to know ...

Google previewFodor's San Diego (2013)

with North County by Fodor's

The plaza is a pleasant place to rest, plan your tour of the park, and watch passersby. San Diego Avenue is closed to vehicle traffic here. Some of Old Town's buildings were destroyed in a fire in 1872, but after the site became a state historic ...

Google previewNoise and Urban Pedestrian Areas (1980)

The plaza is an island, surrounded completely by streets and contained by buildings of varied architecture and function. It is bisected by 59th Street. To the south of the pedestrian space is ornamented by varied paving and trees enclosing the ...

Google previewArchiprix 94 (1995)

Beneath the plaza is a parking garage, there partlv lo alleviate the parking problem in the town centre. Round it are ranged this eultural workshop, a maritime museum and Himr studios luid shops. The cultural workshop is intended to draw ...

Google previewMissions of Los Angeles (2013)

by Robert A. Bellezza

La Iglesia de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Angeles, commonly named La Placita, is called the Plaza Church. Master mason José Antonio Ramirez, who was among the builders at Mission San Carlos Borromeo in Monterey, became the ...

Google previewSacred Places Around the World (2004)

108 Destinations by Brad Olsen

Surrounding the plaza is a ball court, a palace, a wide staircase leading to a high platform, and the Temple of the Dancers, which is richly endowed with basalt reliefs, glyphs and calendar signs dating from the fifth century BCE. The sacred city ...

Google previewDispersing Power (2010)

Social Movements as Anti-state Forces by Raul Zibechi

The plaza is a large backyard, a backyard for all. The big backyard means a lot for the people; each neighborhood has its own plaza. It is inconceivable that you wouldn't have one. If not, you have to take over the street, close it off, and there ...

Google previewThe Epcot Explorer's Encyclopedia (2011)

by R.A. Pedersen

Beyond the art gallery the pavilion opens into the Plaza de los Amigos. The vista is supposed to be one akin to a hillside terrace of a mayoral residence in a typical Mexican town. The plaza offers an eternal nighttime setting for a bustling ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mesoamerica (2012)

by Walter Robert Thurmond Witschey, Clifford T. Brown

The colonial period plaza of the modern town apparently corresponds to the center of the ancient community because there are pyramids immediately north of the plaza and an acropolis to the southeast. Despite significant destruction caused ...

Google previewOhio Historic Places Dictionary (2008)

by Editorial Staff, State History Publications, LLC

It faces the Central Plaza and the Stark County Courthouse across the Plaza. Eagles' Temple 601 S. Market ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Religious Phenomena (2007)

by J Gordon Melton

The plaza could easily accommodate about 100,000 people.

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I am Eloise. I am six. I am a city child. I live at The Plaza. (Kay Thompson)
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