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John F. Kennedy International Airport ď ˝

Is an international airport located in Queens County, southwest of the city of New York, about 19 ​km from Lower Manhattan. Is the largest gateway for air travelers to the United States of America, and the largest freight gateways in the United States in terms of the value of shipments.

And also a major gateway for international flights of the U.S. Airways and Delta Air Lines. Ninety other airline operating at the airport John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Commends the airport began in 1943 with modest ambitions approximately $ 60 million spent in the process of building and construction. Airport takeoff marked the first commercial flight on July 1, 1948.


John F. Kennedy International Airport

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John F. Kennedy International Airport


Heinz Galinski School ď ˝

In 1986, the Jewish elementary school was opened with 25 students in Berlin-Charlottenburg. Due to the large immigration process after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the foundation stone was laid in 1992 for a school building. shots of the new school after three years of construction, the new school opened in 1995 his goals and was named the long-standing chairman of the Jewish Community of Berlin , Heinz Galinski Jewish education means the linkage and engagement with the history of Jewish education, Jewish life, Jewish education and its transformation into the present. Shalom is the Hebrew word for peace.


Hassan Fathy ď ˝

was a noted Egyptian architect who pioneered appropriate technology for building in Egypt, especially by working to re-establish the use of mud brick (or adobe) and traditional as opposed to western building designs and lay-outs. Fathy was recognized with the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Chairman's Award in 1980.

Hassan Fathy was cosmopolitan trilingual professor-engineer-architect, amateur musician, dramatist, and inventor.

He utilized ancient design methods and materials, and integrated a knowledge of the rural Egyptian economic situation with a wide knowledge of ancient architectural and town design techniques. He trained local inhabitants to make their own materials and build their own buildings.


Hassan Fathy ď ˝

He designed nearly 160 separate projects, from modest country retreats to fully planned communities with police, fire, and medical services, with markets, schools and theatres, with places for worship and others for recreation, including many, functional buildings including laundry facilities, ovens, and wells.


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