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Meetings - The Agramonte cemetery in Porto was created in 1855, to bury victims of a cholera epidemic. For many years it was used merely as a burial ground. But in the 1870's it changed face and status, when it began to accept monuments. It became the favorite cemetery of the city by the end of the 19th century.   Member of ASCE (Association of Significant Cemeteries in Europe) and part of European Cemeteries Route.

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Meetings - The Agramonte cemetery in Porto was created in 1855, to bury victims of a cholera epidemic. For many years it was used merely as a burial ground. But in the 1870's it changed face and status, when it began to accept monuments. It became the favorite cemetery of the city by the end of the 19th century. Member of ASCE (Association of Significant Cemeteries in Europe) and part of European Cemeteries Route.

In 1910, the Guastavino Company was actively working on both Grand Central Terminal and Pennsylvania Station (pictured here). Guastavino vaulting provided stations architects with an efficient structural solution that gave the impression of solidity and permanence... The architectural firm that was involved with the Pennsylvania Station project was McKim, Mead, and White. Courtesy of Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

First major Guastavino exhibition opening at MCNY on March 26

Pennsylvania Station, New York City

Penn Station 1963 | Penn Station, 1963: Walker Evans’ Portraits of a Doomed American Treasure | LIFE.com

Penn Station, 1963: Walker Evans' Portraits of a Doomed American Treasure

Penn Station, Walker Evans' Portraits of a Doomed American Treasure

[Interior of Pennsylvania Station.]

Penn Station, New York, NY, right after its completion in 1910

FOR THE LOVE OF CONCRETE

Visions of an Industrial Age: Gianni Galassi, photographia 2012

Lorenzo Linthout. The city of silence: metaphysics and architecture in the urban scene:

Artlimited, création, Black and white, Lyon - Image

Grand Central Station: Manhattan, 1940s via The Museum of New York City.

New York Grand Central Station by Brassaï, 1957

The original Penn Station's main concourse, when it was opened in 1910.  The original neo-classical and glass-and-steel design was demolished in the 60's, only to be replaced by the structure we all know today.

New York circa "Pennsylvania station, main concourse." junipergallery Fine-Art Prints by Juniper Gallery

Berlin, Am Zirkus, Großes Schauspielhaus, Hans Poelzig, 1919. Als Großes Schauspielhaus bestand die Kultureinrichtung bis zum Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs, dann wurde sie in Friedrichstadt-Palast umbenannt.

Berlin, Am Zirkus, Großes Schauspielhaus, Hans Poelzig, Als Großes…

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Beukelsblauw Rotterdam 115 x 15 meters Latex emulsion paint This was once one of the most unseen blocks of houses in Rotterdam, and by applying a layer of only 2 micron of blue paint onto it, it became Rotterdam’s most photographed one

Penn Station as it used to be.  So sad that it is gone.  from New York Architecture Images - Manhattan Institute

Old Penn Station, NYC - demolished in 1963

museo de antropologia, mexico city

museo de antropologia, mexico city

Marie-Jose Van Hee | Architecten - PAY | Laken, Belgium | 1988

Marie-Jose Van Hee | Architecten - PAY | Laken, Belgium | 1988

View from 34th Street looking due south at Penn Station, taken for offices of Estate Stove Co.

View from Street looking due south at Penn Station, taken for offices of Estate Stove Co.

Theatre Distric NYC, 1934

New York City, Strand Theatre, Here Comes the Navy.

líneas en la arquitectura

Train of Thought: The Coolest US Rail Trails

train station oriente lisbon portugal one of the most stunning modern sights in lisbon is the lisbon oriente train station it was built by master architect santiago calatrava with a roof of gl

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