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Centre Point. Richard Seifert (early version). #unbuiltlondon

Centre Point Plaza, London as originally envisioned by Richard Seifert.

[video]The Queen of England's Big Secret   The Great Britain was rude to grab the world and made Hong Kong difficult to manage under China mainland. What did UK do recently ? UK just followed US's steps to do what is stupid to the World. The Britain Queen caused an international stir when she was caught on camera describing a Chinese delegation as "rude". But was she merely echoing a common perception?  The good news is that Chinese food remains as popular as ever with surveys consistently…

October 2015 - Chinese President Xi Jinping and Queen Elizabeth toast during the state banquet at Buckingham Palace

Your Prosecco Habit Could Be Ruining Your Teeth | StyleCaster

Your Prosecco Habit Could Be Ruining Your Teeth

Study Shows Your Gum Health Can Affect Your Mental Health Psych Central has recently released an article discussing the link between gum disease and cognitive decline. Kings College London and the University of Southampton in England completed the study finding a link between gum disease and early stages of Alzheimers disease. Its quite common for seniors to experience periodontitis or gum disease. The article reads higher levels of antibodies to periodontal bacteria are associated with an…

How Dental Hygiene Fights Gum DiseaseDental hygiene is not important for maintaining a sparklingly white smile, but it also an essential procedure for your oral health. Precision Dental, in Midwest.

The British Royal Courts: Duchess Catherine eventful day at Hampton Courts and Anne Freud centers

Kate Middleton Photos Photos - Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge officially opens The Magic Garden At Hampton Court Palace on May 2016 in London, England. - The Duchess of Cambridge Will Open The Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace

To most of us, the Barbican is a series of towers with flats in, plus a theatre where you might have been to see a Shakespeare play at some point and a cinema where they sell (delicious) pizza. But for architecture fans, and especially those obsessed with the 60s and 70s concrete buildings collectively known as Brutalist architecture, it's one of the UK's most significant building complexes.

Building the Brutal, Barbican construction images by Peter Bloomfield

To most of us, the Barbican is a series of towers with flats in, plus a theatre where you might have been to see a Shakespeare play at some point and a cinema where they sell (delicious) pizza. But for architecture fans, and especially those obsessed with the 60s and 70s concrete buildings collectively known as Brutalist architecture, it's one of the UK's most significant building complexes.

Two workmen take a break on the scaffolding, high above the concert hall, November 1979

'If a gale of wind is blowing, the strange musical hum emitted by Stonehenge can never be forgotten' - Thomas Hardy, Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Researchers believe Stonehenge rocks were chosen for the sounds they make when struck, and that the henge's structure is also set up for its acoustic properties. Click through.

Why Stonehenge might have been used as a giant xylophone

Why Stonehenge might have been used as a giant xylophone - Why Stonehenge might have been prehistoric centre for rock music: Stones sound like bells, drums, and gongs when played.

Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler on fame and family - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Forget the tantrums and flashy lifestyles associated with most stars, Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler is at his happiest when surrounded by his family or riding his beloved scooter.

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