From , Amtrak and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation increased service to a daily frequency. The service is primarily tourist oriented and includes a dinner train. Massachusetts Coastal Railroad is also planning to return passenger railroad services eventually to the Bourne-Falmouth rail line in the future.
On November 21, , the town of Falmouth saw its first passenger train in 12 years, a set of dinner train cars from Cape Cod Central. Taxicabs are plentiful, with several different companies operating out of different parts of the Cape. Except at the airport and some bus terminals with taxi stands, cabs must be booked ahead of time, with most operators preferring two to three hours notice.
Cabs cannot be "hailed" anywhere in Barnstable County, this was outlawed in the early nineties after several robbery attempts on drivers. In Provincetown, cabs charge a flat fare per person anywhere in the town. Although Cape Cod has a year-round population of about ,, it experiences a tourist season each summer, the beginning and end of which can be roughly approximated as Memorial Day and Labor Day, respectively. Many businesses are specifically targeted to summer visitors, and close during the eight to nine months of the "off season" although the "on season" has been expanding somewhat in recent years due to Indian Summer, reduced lodging rates, and the number of people visiting the Cape after Labor Day who either have no school-age children, and the elderly, reducing the true "off season" to six or seven months.
In the late 20th century, tourists and owners of second homes began visiting the Cape more and more in the spring and fall, softening the definition of the high season and expanding it somewhat see above. Some particularly well-known Cape products and industries include cranberries, shellfish particularly oysters and clams and lobstering. Provincetown, at the tip of Cape Cod, also berths several whale watching fleets who patrol the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.
Most fleets guarantee a whale sighting mostly humpback whale, fin whale, minke whale, sei whale, and critically endangered, the North Atlantic Right Whale , and one is the only federally certified operation qualified to rescue whales. Provincetown has also long been known as an art colony, attracting writers and artists. The town is home to the Cape's most attended art museum, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Many hotels and resorts are friendly to or cater to gay and lesbian tourists and it is known as a gay mecca in the summer.
Cape Cod is a popular destination for beachgoers from all over. The Cape has upwards of sixty public beaches, many of which offer parking for non-residents for a daily fee in summer. The Cape Cod National Seashore has 40 miles 64 km of sandy beach and many walking paths. Cape Cod is also popular for its outdoor activities like beach walking, biking, boating, fishing, go-karts, golfing, kayaking, miniature golf, and unique shopping.
There are 27 public, daily-fee golf courses and 15 private courses on Cape Cod. This Music festival features local, regional and national talent along with food, arts and family friendly activities.
Cape Cod is known around the world as a spring-to-fall destination for sport anglers. Among the species most widely pursued are striped bass, bluefish, bluefin tuna, false albacore little tunny , bonito, tautog, flounder and fluke. The Cape Cod Bay side of the Cape, from Sandwich to Provincetown, has several harbors, saltwater creeks, and shoals that hold bait fish and attract the larger game fish, such as striped bass, bluefish and bluefin tuna.
The outer edge of the Cape, from Provincetown to Falmouth, faces the open Atlantic from Provincetown to Chatham, and then the more protected water of Nantucket and Vineyard Sounds, from Chatham to Falmouth. The bays, harbors and shoals along this coastline also provide a robust habitat for game species, and during the late summer months warm-water species such as mahi-mahi and marlin will also appear on the southern edge of Cape Cod's waters.
Nearly every harbor on Cape Cod hosts sport fishing charter boats, which run from May through October. The league originated , although intertown competition traces to Pro ball scouts frequent the games in the summer, looking for stars of the future.
Cape Cod is also a national hot bed for baseball and hockey. Barnstable and Harwich have each sent multiple players to Division 1 colleges for baseball, Harwich has also won three State titles in the past 12 years , , Bourne and Sandwich, known rivals in hockey have won state championships recently. Bourne in , and Sandwich in Nauset, Barnstable, and Martha's Vineyard are also state hockey powerhouses. Barnstable and Falmouth also hold the title of having one of the longest Thanksgiving football rivalries in the country.
The teams have played each other every year on the Thanksgiving since The Bourne and Barnstable girl's volleyball teams are two of the best teams in the state and Barnstable in the country. With Bourne winning the State title in and In the past 15 years, Barnstable has won 12 Division 1 State titles and has won the state title the past two years. Cape Cod is also the home of the Cape Cod Cubs, a new junior league hockey team that is based out of Hyannis at the new communtiy center being built of Bearses Way.
The end of each summer is marked with the running of the world famous Falmouth Road Race which is held on the 3rd Saturday in August. It draws about 10, runners to the Cape and showcases the finest runners in the world mainly for the large purse that the race is able to offer.
The race is 7. The reason for the unusual distance is that the man who thought the race up Tommy Leonard was a bartender who wanted a race along the coast from one bar The Cap'n Kidd in Woods Hole to another The Brothers Four in Falmouth Heights. While the bar in Falmouth Heights is no longer there, the race still starts at the front door of the Cap'n Kidd in Woods Hole and now finishes at the beach in Falmouth Heights. Prior to the Falmouth race is an annual 5-mile 8. Each town usually consists of a few elementary schools, one or two middle schools and one large public high school that services the entire town.
Bourne High School is the public school for students residing in the town of Bourne, which is gathered from villages in Bourne, including Sagamore, Sagamore Beach, and Buzzards Bay. Barnstable High School is the largest high school and is known for its girls' volleyball team which have been state champions a total of 12 times. Barnstable High School also boasts one of the country's best high school drama clubs which were awarded with a contract by Warner Brothers to created a documentary in webisode format based on their production of Wizard of Oz.
It ranked 28th in the country and 1st in the state of Massachusetts in the edition and ranked 43rd and 55th in the and edition, respectively. Sturgis offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in their junior and senior year and is open to students as far as Plymouth. The Cape also contains two vocational high schools. This chapter is the first and only high school chapter in the world to be a part of this organization and has received much recognition within the Los Angeles broadcasting industry as a result.
The officers of this group who have made history are listed below:. In addition to public schools, Cape Cod has a wide range of private schools. Riverview School is located in East Sandwich and is a special co-ed boarding school which services students as old as 22 who have learning disabilities. Another specialized school is the Penikese Island School located on Penikese Island, part of the Elizabeth Islands off southwestern Cape Cod, which services struggling and troubled teenage boys.
Cape Cod also contains two institutions of higher education. Massachusetts Maritime Academy is the oldest continuously operating maritime college in the United States. Like Cape Cod itself, the islands south of the Cape have evolved from whaling and trading areas to resort destinations, attracting wealthy families, celebrities, and other tourists.
Naushon is one of the Elizabeth Islands, many of which are privately owned. One of the publicly accessible Elizabeths is the southernmost island in the chain, Cuttyhunk, with a year-round population of 52 people. Several prominent families have established compounds or estates on the larger islands, making these islands some of the wealthiest resorts in the Northeast, yet they retain much of the early merchant trading and whaling culture.
In the s, the mangle, crisps and dance hall admissions were popular. Most food shopping in the s was done every day and from local shops. Not every household owned a car or a refrigerator, so food shopping was part of the housewife's daily routine. It would have been quite normal to visit separate shops for your bread bakers , meat butchers , vegetables greengrocers , fish fishmongers etc.
It was quite common too, for tradesmen to deliver their goods direct to the housewife. Groceries and greengroceries were often delivered each week in a motorised van and milk was delivered every day. Only a handful of shops in the country were self-serve pay as you go out.
A shopping basket in the s would have included items such as: Fresh fruit and vegetables came mainly from Britain, so strawberries would be in the shops for just a few weeks in the summer, and there would have been no fresh peas, beans or salads vegetables during the winter months.
In the s, a typical home had a cooker, vacuum cleaner and a plug-in radio. Only 33 per cent of households had a washing machine. Most people were still doing their washing by hand. Only 15 per cent had a fridge and freezers and tumble dryers were scarcely heard of. Only 10 per cent of the population had a telephone.
People listen to gramophone records. However, a single event in gave a huge boost to the uptake of television. Cameras had never before been allowed inside Westminster Abbey for a coronation, and the general public were thrilled to be able to watch the event live.
Families crowded into the home of anyone lucky enough to have a television to watch the event. Two-thirds of homes owned a television. The programmes were shown in black and white. A second and commercialised TV channel was added in People spent most of their leisure time at home — reading, listening to the radio, watching television or pursuing hobbies.
The most popular hobbies were knitting and needle-work for women, and gardening for men. Children spent a lot of time playing with other children outdoors. They also enjoyed a range of hobbies such as stamp collecting. It was an era when women stayed at home, a 9-to-5 job meant just that, workers had a job for life and nobody had a Blackberry to ruin their holidays. In , just four per cent of people worked part-time. Today, the number has ballooned to one in four workers, equal to astonishing 26 per cent of the entire workforce.
On average, workers did a hour week in Today, a typical worker with a full-time job does only 37 hours. Of all the seismic changes, it is probably the type of jobs that people did which have changed most dramatically. There are some jobs which barely existed 60 years ago. But some things that never change. Around six million people worked in the public sector, which is exactly the number which currently make up the State workforce. And how many people did not work? Not very many, according to the report, which shows that the number of working women was much higher than expected.
Ethel May Challenger 24 2, Akeman Way Avonmouth, previously charged in Bristol with attempted suicide by drinking zinc solution was today put on probation for two years. Faull said Challenger had brooded over problems of money and rearing five young children. Her husband was told by the magistrates: Cavina berthed, were sent to prison for 21 days in Bristol. Six hundred filmgoers sang community songs to while away the time when the power failure stopped the projectors at the Kingsway Cinema, Two Mile Hill, Kingswood, for 90 minutes last night.
The cinema was almost full of customers who came to see a popular film - the Marx Bros, in 'Cassablanca' - when, during the showing of the 'trailers' of fourth coming films the screen went blank. The main film was due to be screened 10 minutes later, at 6. John Crew, immediately went on the stage and explianed what had occurred.
He told the audience that any one who wanted to leave would be given complimentary tickets for tonight's show. The power came back on at 7. Bristol Fire Brigade were today damping down the smouldering ruins of the blaze in St.
As the blaze ravaged adjoining tannery offices and warehouses, explosions rocked a wide area, and hundreds of people dashed for shelter as burning debris rained down. The premises belonging to Messrs. Wilkinson nand Riddell Bristol. The fire which started inn the tannery, gutted Messrs Hawkins workshops, burnt out a large part of offices and destroyed a warehouse belonging to the textile firm.
The flames fanned by a hign wind, threatened nearby houses in Orange street, as firemen fought to control the blaze. It struck him on the leg causing only slight injury. This was the third fire in the tannery in the past three months. It was the largest post-war fire in Bristol and took 48hrs to bring the fire under control. It's interesting, but not really surprising, to find that 50 years ago the weather - in another gloomy November week - was dominating the headlines.
Fog enveloped Bristol - or at least the Eastville and Fishponds areas of the city - aided, no doubt, by pollution from the many coal fires almost paralysing transport. By 11pm visibility at Filton was down to five yards, with traffic almost at a standstill on the Gloucester Road.
But while the city suffered, the Bristol Evening Post said that many country areas were clear. Despite this, the Aust ferry - which carried passengers and cars over to Chepstow - was cancelled indefinitely. Dense fog was reported at Portishead. No aircraft were arriving or leaving from Whitchurch airport and there was a complete hold-up of sailings from both Avonmouth and the City Docks. Trains were arriving from London up to half an hour late and city businessmen were taking an unprecedented 50 minutes to get to work from places such as Clifton and Henleaze.
Other news of the week concerned bus drivers and conductors they were the ones who took the money and gave you tickets in those far off days who were due get a pay rise of 11 shillings a week just over 50p. Maintenance workers, however, were only to get eight shillings and 3p a week more. The unions had been asking for between 16 and 33 shillings.
Yes, you're right - fares went up by 2p and 3p the following week. That, incidentally, was about the average wage in those days. Of interest - if only because it's recently been announced that it's on the way back - was the Corporation's collecting of kitchen waste to use in pig swill.
The average weekly collection totalled tons which, after 'treatment' yielded about tons of so-called 'Bristol pudding', collected by farmers and used for pig food. Only five other cities in the country had such a service, and Bristol's was considered to be the best. Chief credit for this, said the Post proudly, were the city's housewives. Each week they filled , specially- provided bins. People were being asked politely not to put their cutlery in the bins - the pigs didn't like it.
Still on the subject of housewives, many of them if not all were delighted to hear that purchase tax was to be withdrawn on household brushes, brooms and mops remember them, the stringy ones? The idea was to help the trade, rather than the household purse, especially as many blind and disabled persons derived their living from it. Still, people must have been revelling in domestic bliss back then - one festive street ad suggesting: Don't take that advice today.
Some items of great concern for those interested in this great city's illustrious past popped up in the Press 50 years ago. One was a story about the Hogarth altar piece, three oil paintings commissioned by the Vestry of St Mary Redcliffe some years ago. This triptych - which had been in store for some 80 years - was being handed over to the Corporation of Bristol to be hung on public view in the City Art Gallery.
So where, you are entitled to ask, is this priceless Bristol treasure now? As far as I know and I might very well be wrong it's still languishing in the abandoned St Nicholas church museum, locked away from public view. Bristol's reverence for its past was also revealed in a story about the last service to be held at the Old King Street Baptist Church in Broadmead.
This chapel had a longer history than any other Baptist church in the city - it was founded at Quakers Friars in and it moved to Old King Street in - so of course it was being demolished. It was in the way of the 'new' Broadmead shopping area. The congregation moved to Redland. Another one of Bristol's treasures, on the other hand, was getting a thorough inspection.
Brunel's suspension bridge was closed for the week to all but pedestrians while workmen began examining and testing one of the two cross-girders. The old one, removed and taken away to be tested 'to destruction', was to be replaced by one coated with zinc.
A shocking Bristol court case that made the headlines 50 years ago concerned a 'savage assault' allegedly made by a year-old Southmead man on his wife using a broken milk bottle. The couple, the court was informed, had been married 15 years and had three children, aged six, 12 and Their life together had not been happy, and three months previously the man had put his wife 'out of the house'.
She had moved into lodgings, but then resorted to prostitution. There was evidence, it was said, that the husband had received some of the money earned this way.
On the evening of the alleged assault, the couple had been out drinking. There was a quarrel on the way home and the man told his wife: After using bad language, which the daughter tried to stop, the man threw his cup of tea over his wife.
Then he picked up a milk bottle, smashed it against the wall and took hold of his wife by the back of the head. She was taken to hospital and had 16 stitches inserted, 14 in the face. During the alleged attack she felt a sharp pain and everything went red. She told the court: He had made allegations against his wife, and his eldest daughter slapped his face. While I was punching her, her face was twisting about and must have been going into the broken glass.
The jury found him guilty. Sitting at the northern tip of the island, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City. It is about 25 km 16 mi southwest of the northern port city Keelung. Most of the city is located on the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed bounded by the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border.
The city proper is home to an estimated population of 2,, in , forming the core part of the Taipei—Keelung metropolitan area which includes the nearby cities of New Taipei and Keelung with a population of 7,,, the 40th most-populous urban area in the world—roughly one-third of Taiwanese citizens live in the metro district.
The name "Taipei" can refer either to the whole metropolitan area or the city proper. Taipei is the political, economic, educational, and cultural center of Taiwan island, and one of the major hubs of Greater China. Considered to be a global city, Taipei is part of a major high-tech industrial area. The city is served by two airports — Taipei Songshan and Taiwan Taoyuan. Its natural features such as Maokong, Yangmingshan, and hot springs are also well known to international visitors.
As the capital city, "Taipei" is sometimes used as a synecdoche for the Republic of China. Due to the ongoing controversy over the political status of Taiwan, the name Chinese Taipei is designated for official use when Taiwanese governmental representatives or national teams participate in some international organizations or international sporting events which may require UN statehood in order to avoid extensive political controversy by using other names.
Prior to the significant influx of Han Chinese immigrants, the region of Taipei Basin was mainly inhabited by the Ketagalan plains aborigines. The number of Han immigrants gradually increased in the early 18th century under Qing Dynasty rule after the government began permitting development in the area. Taiwan became a colony of Imperial Japan with Taihoku formerly Taipeh as its capital, in which the city was administered under Taihoku Prefecture.
Taiwan's Japanese rulers embarked on an extensive program of advanced urban planning that featured extensive railroad links. A number of Taipei landmarks and cultural institutions date from this period. The city is today home to Taiwan's democratically elected national government. The region known as the Taipei Basin was home to Ketagalan tribes before the eighteenth century. In the late 19th century, the Taipei area, where the major Han Chinese settlements in northern Taiwan and one of the designated overseas trade ports, Tamsui, were located, gained economic importance due to the booming overseas trade, especially that of tea export.
In , the northern part of Taiwan was separated from Taiwan Prefecture and incorporated into the new Taipeh Prefecture as a new administrative entity of the Qing dynasty. From still Qing era until the beginning of Japanese rule in , Taipei was part of Tamsui County of Taipeh Prefecture and the prefectural capital. In , work commenced to create an independent Taiwan Province, and Taipei City was temporarily made the provincial capital. Taipei officially became the capital of Taiwan in The west gate and city walls were demolished by the Japanese while the south gate, little south gate, and east gate were extensively modified by the Kuomintang KMT and have lost much of their original character.
After the Japanese take-over, Taipei, called Taihoku in Japanese, was retained as the capital and emerged as the political center of the Japanese Colonial Government.
Much of the architecture of Taipei dates from the period of Japanese rule, including the Presidential Building which was the Office of the Governor-General of Taiwan. During Japanese rule, Taihoku was incorporated in as part of Taihoku Prefecture. With President Chiang Kai-shek, U. Eisenhower waved to a crowd during his visit to Taipei in June In the KMT government under Chiang Kai-shek declared island-wide martial law in Taiwan as a result of the February 28 Incident, which began with incidents in Taipei but led to an island-wide crackdown on the local population by forces loyal to Chiang.
Two years later, on December 7, , Chiang and the Kuomintang were forced to flee mainland China by the Communists near the end of the Chinese Civil War.
The refugees declared Taipei to be the provisional capital of a continuing Republic of China, with the official capital at Nanjing Nanking even though that city was under Communist control. Taipei expanded greatly in the decades after , and as approved on December 30, by the Executive Yuan, Taipei was declared a special centrally administered municipality on July 1, and given the administrative status of a province. At that time, the city's total area increased fourfold through absorbing several outlying towns and villages and the population increased to 1.
The city's population, which had reached one million in the early s, also expanded rapidly after , exceeding two million by the mids. Although growth within the city itself gradually slowed thereafter — its population had become relatively stable by the mids — Taipei remained one of the world's most densely populated urban areas, and the population continued to increase in the region surrounding the city, notably along the corridor between Taipei and Keelung.
In Taipei's 16 districts were consolidated into the current 12 districts. Taipei City is located in the Taipei Basin in northern Taiwan. The generally low-lying terrain of the central areas on the western side of the municipality slopes upward to the south and east and especially to the north, where it reaches 1, metres 3, ft at Qixing Mountain, the highest inactive volcano in Taiwan in Yangmingshan National Park.
The Taipei city limits cover an area of Two peaks, Qixing Mountain and Mt. Datun, rise to the northeast of the city. Datun's main peak is 1, metres 3, ft. These former volcanoes make up the western section of Yangmingshan National Park, extending from Mt. Datun northward to Mt. Located on a broad saddle between two mountains, the area also contains the marshy Datun Pond. To the southeast of the city lie the Songshan Hills and the Qingshui Ravine, which form a barrier of lush woods.
Taipei has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate Köppen: As in the rest of Northern Taiwan, daytime temperatures of Taipei can often peak above 26 degrees Celsius during a warm winter day, while they can dip below 26 degrees Celsius during a rainy summer's afternoon. Occasional cold fronts during the winter months can drop the daily temperature by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius, though temperatures rarely drop below 10 degrees Celsius.
Due to Taiwan's location in the Pacific Ocean, it is affected by the Pacific typhoon season, which occurs between June and October.
When compared to other Asian cities, Taipei has "excellent" capabilities for managing air quality in the city. However, smog is extremely common and there is poor visibility throughout the city after rain-less days.
Motor vehicle engine exhaust, particularly from motor scooters, is a source of air pollution in Taipei. There are higher levels of fine particulate matter and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the mornings because of less air movement; sunlight reduces some pollution.
Taipei City is home to 2,, people , while the metropolitan area has a population of 7,, people. The population loss, while rapid in its early years, has been stabilized by new lower density development and campaigns designed to increase birthrate in the city. The population has begun to rise since Due to Taipei's geography and location in the Taipei Basin as well as differing times of economic development of its districts, Taipei's population is not evenly distributed.
The districts of Daan, Songshan, and Datong are the most densely populated. These districts, along with adjacent communities such as Yonghe and Zhonghe contain some of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the world.
In , the crude birth rate stood at 7. A decreasing and rapidly aging population is an important issue for the city. Like the rest of Taiwan, Taipei is composed of four major ethnic groups: Hoklos, Mainlanders, Hakkas, and aborigines. Foreigners mainly from Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines numbered 52, at the end of As the center of Taiwan's largest conurbation, Taipei has been at the center of rapid economic development in the country and has now become one of the global cities in the production of high technology and its components.
Taipei and its environs have long been the foremost industrial area of Taiwan, consisting of industries of the secondary and tertiary sectors. Shipbuilding, including yachts and other pleasure craft, is done in the port of Keelung northeast of the city.
Services, including those related to commerce, transportation, and banking, have become increasingly important. Tourism is a small but significant component of the local economy with international visitors totaling almost 3 million in Tourism is a major part of Taipei's economy.
In , over 6. The National Taiwan Museum sits nearby in what is now Peace Memorial Park and has worn its present name since The museum is Taiwan's oldest, founded on October 24, by Taiwan's Japanese colonial government as the Taiwan Governor's Museum. It was launched with a collection of 10, items to celebrate the opening of the island's North-South Railway. This structure and the adjacent governor's office now Presidential Office Building , served as the two most recognizable public buildings in Taiwan during its period of Japanese rule.
The National Palace Museum is a vast art gallery and museum built around a permanent collection centered on ancient Chinese artifacts. It should not be confused with the Palace Museum in Beijing which it is named after ; both institutions trace their origins to the same institution. The collections were divided in the s as a result of the Chinese Civil War. The museum offers displays of art and historical items by Taiwanese aborigines along with a range of multimedia displays.
The Taipei Fine Arts Museum was established in as the first museum in Taiwan dedicated to modern art. The museum is housed in a building designed for the purpose that takes inspiration from Japanese designs.
Most art in the collection is by Taiwanese artists since Over 3, art works are organized into 13 groups. The hall, completed on May 16, , originally featured exhibits that depicted revolutionary events in China at the end of the Qing Dynasty.
Today it functions as multi-purpose social, educational, concert and cultural center for Taiwan's citizens. In a new museum opened as Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei.
The museum is housed in a building that formerly housed Taipei City government offices. Taipei is a floor landmark skyscraper that claimed the title of world's tallest building when it opened in , a title it held for six years before relinquishing it to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Built to withstand typhoon winds and earthquake tremors, its design incorporates many engineering innovations and has won numerous international awards. Taipei remains one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world and holds LEED's certification as the world's largest "green" building.
Its shopping mall and its indoor and outdoor observatories draw visitors from all over the world. Taipei 's New Year's Eve fireworks display is a regular feature of international broadcasts.
A new venue, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, is under construction and slated to open in The architectural design, by Rem Koolhaas and OMA, was determined in in an international competition.
Taipei is known for its many night markets, the most famous of which is the Shilin Night Market in the Shilin District. The surrounding streets by Shilin Night Market are extremely crowded during the evening, usually opening late afternoon and operating well past midnight.
Most night markets feature individual stalls selling a mixture of food, clothing, and consumer goods. Ximending has been a famous area for shopping and entertainment since the s.
Historic structures include a concert hall, a historic cinema, and the Red House Theater. Modern structures house karaoke businesses, art film cinemas, wide-release movie cinemas, electronic stores, and a wide variety of restaurants and fashion clothing stores. The newly developed Xinyi District is popular with tourists and locals alike for its many entertainment and shopping venues, as well as being the home of Taipei , a prime tourist attraction.
The Xinyi district also serves as the center of Taipei's active nightlife, with several popular lounge bars and nightclubs concentrated in a relatively small area around the Neo19, ATT 4 FUN and Taipei buildings. Lounge bars such as Barcode and nightclubs such as Spark and Myst are among the most-visited places here.
Taipei maintains an extensive system of parks, green spaces, and nature preserves. Yangmingshan National Park located 10 kilometres 6. It is the home of famous writer Lin Yutang, the summer residence of Chiang Kai-shek, residences of foreign diplomats, the Chinese Culture University, the meeting place of the now defunct National Assembly of the Republic of China, and the Kuomintang Party Archives.
The Taipei Zoo was founded in and covers an area of hectares for animal sanctuary. Bitan is known for boating and water sports. Tamsui is a popular sea-side resort town. Ocean beaches are accessible in several directions from Taipei.
Taipei is rich in beautiful, ornate temples housing Buddhist, Taoist, and Chinese folk religion deities. The Longshan Temple, built in and located in the Wanhua District, demonstrates an example of architecture with southern Chinese influences commonly seen on older buildings in Taiwan. Xinsheng South Road is known as the "Road to Heaven" due to its high concentration of temples, shrines, churches, and mosques. Besides large temples, small outdoor shrines to local deities are very common and can be spotted on road sides, parks, and neighborhoods.
Many homes and businesses may also set up small shrines of candles, figurines, and offerings. Some restaurants, for example, may set up a small shrine to the Kitchen god for success in a restaurant business. Many yearly festivals are held in Taipei. In recent years some festivals, such as the Double Ten Day fireworks and concerts, are increasingly hosted on a rotating basis by a number of cities around Taiwan.
When New Year's Eve arrives on the solar calendar, thousands of people converge on Taipei's Xinyi District for parades, outdoor concerts by popular artists, street shows, round-the clock nightlife. The high point is of course the countdown to midnight, when Taipei assumes the role of the world's largest fireworks platform. The timing of the city's lantern exhibit coincides with the national festival in Pingxi, when thousands of fire lanterns are released into the sky.
Taipei regularly hosts its share of international events. The city recently hosted the Summer Deaflympics. The Floral Expo was the first of its kind to take place in Taiwan and only the seventh hosted in Asia; the expo admitted , visitors on February 27, The spelling "Taipei" derives from the Wade—Giles romanization T'ai-pei. The mayor of Taipei City had been an appointed position since Taipei's conversion to a centrally administered municipality in until the first public election was held in Ma Ying-jeou took office in for two terms, before handing it over to Hau Lung-pin who won the mayoral election on December 9, The incumbent mayor, Ko Wen-je, was elected on November 29, and took office on December 25, Based on the outcomes of previous elections in the past decade, the vote of the overall constituency of Taipei City shows a slight inclination towards the pro-KMT camp the Pan-Blue Coalition ; however, the pro-DPP camp the Pan-Green Coalition also has considerable support.
Ketagalan Boulevard, where the Presidential Office Building and other government structures are situated, is often the site of mass gatherings such as inauguration and national holiday parades, receptions for visiting dignitaries, political demonstrations, and public festivals.
Taipei City is also famous for its effort in garbage recycling, which has become such a good international precedent that other countries have sent teams to study the recycling system. After the Environmental Protection Administration EPA established a program in combining the efforts of communities, a financial resource named the Recycling Fund was made available to recycling companies and waste collectors.
Manufacturers, vendors and importers of recyclable waste pay fees to the Fund, which uses the money to set firm prices for recyclables and subsidize local recycling efforts. Between and , the recycling rate increased from 6 percent to 32 percent. The city is characterized by straight roads and public buildings of grand Western architectural styles.
The area in between these blocks are infilled with lanes and alleys, which provide access to quieter residential or mixed-use development. Other than a citywide 30 kilometres per hour 19 mph speed limit, there is little uniform planning within this "hidden" area; therefore lanes perpendicular to streets and alleys parallel with street, or conceptually, perpendicular to the lane spill out from the main throughways.
These minor roads are not always perpendicular and sometimes cut through the block diagonally. Although development began in the western districts still considered the cultural heart of the city of the city due to trade, the eastern districts of the city have become the focus of recent development projects.
Many of the western districts, already in decline, have become targets of new urban renewal initiatives. Public transport accounts for a substantial portion of different modes of transport in Taiwan, with Taipei residents having the highest utilization rate at Motor-scooters often weave between cars and occasionally through oncoming traffic.
Respect for traffic laws, once scant, has improved with deployment of traffic cameras and increasing numbers of police roadblocks checking riders for alcohol consumption and other offenses. Taipei Station serves as the comprehensive hub for the subway, bus, conventional rail, and high-speed rail. It contains credits that are deducted each time a ride is taken.
Taipei's public transport system, the Taipei Metro commonly referred to as the MRT , incorporates a metro and light rail system based on advanced VAL and Bombardier technology. There are currently five metro lines that are labelled in three ways: In addition to the rapid transit system itself, the Taipei Metro also includes several public facilities such as the Maokong Gondola, underground shopping malls, parks, and public squares.
Modifications to existing railway lines to integrate them into the metro system are underway. The new line is part of the new Taoyuan Metro system. Beginning in , surface rail lines in the city were moved underground as part of the Taipei Railway Underground Project. An extensive city bus system serves metropolitan areas not covered by the metro, with exclusive bus lanes to facilitate transportation.
Songshan Airport at the heart of the city in the Songshan District serves domestic flights and scheduled flights to Tokyo International Airport also known as Haneda Airport , Gimpo International Airport in Seoul, and about 15 destinations in the People's Republic of China. In , with the rapid development of Taipei, a white paper for transport policies expressed the strong objective to "create a civilised transport system for the people of Taipei. Thales was then selected again in to deploy an upgrade of Taipei's public transport network with an end-to-end and fully contactless automatic fare collection solution that integrates metro stations, 5, buses and 92 car parks.
NTU has produced many political and social leaders in Taiwan. Both pan-blue and pan-green movements in Taiwan are rooted on the NTU campus. The university has six campuses in the greater Taipei region including New Taipei and two additional campuses in Nantou County. The university governs farms, forests, and hospitals for educational and research purposes. The main campus is in Taipei's Da-An district, where most department buildings and all the administrative buildings are located.
The National Taiwan University Hospital is a leading international center of medical research. Originally a teacher training institution, NTNU has developed into a comprehensive international university with demanding entrance requirements.
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Da questo termine deriva anche il nome Porsenna. Da purth a purz, poi secondo il Pauli, purzna, pulitina e pulitiana. Dal nome latino di persona Publicius con l'aggiunta del suffisso -anus che indica appartenenza non puà derivare politiana, perché da publicius non viene pullicianus, pubblicianus.
Montepulciano deriva da Purth si pronuncia Purz dal termine etrusco che significa: Da questo termine deriva anche il nome Porsenna, che non era il vero nome del famoso lucumone di Chiusi, ma lo divenne per antonomasia.
Da Purth dunque purthna il luogo di Porsenna , e da purthna pulthna, pulitina, pulitiana. Il centro abitato ha caratteristiche di borgo medievale a forma di S ed è racchiuso entro tre cerchia di mura, costruite tutte verso il XIV secolo.
Di origine etrusca e fondata, secondo la leggenda da Porsenna, Lucumone di Chiusi; alcuni documenti e reperti rinvenuti in Fortezza, ne fanno risalire l'esistenza già al IV-III secolo a. In epoca romana fu sede di un esercito posto a difesa delle strade consolari. Salvatore sull'Amiata, si trovano documenti tra i quali uno dell' ed i testimoni, tutti di Montepulciano, erano preti, chierici, un medico e un orafo, segno di un elevato livello civile e culturale.
Nel XII secolo, la Repubblica di Siena volendo sottomettere Montepulciano, libera e ricca, dette inizio ad una serie di guerre, che i Poliziani affrontarono con l'aiuto di Perugia e di Orvieto, ma più assiduamente e con esiti alterni, con l'appoggio di Firenze. All'inizio del XIII secolo la vitalità della città, promossa dall'intrapendenza della borghesia mercantile, manifatturiera e agricola, prese ad attirare le mire di Firenze e Siena.
Il Trecento fu segnato da forti contese per il potere tra le famiglie maggiori; una relativa stabilità si ebbe sotto la Famiglia Del Pecora che, divisi al loro interno nell'appoggiare Firenze, Siena o Perugia, divennero Signori di Valiano e tiranni di Montepulciano. Dagli inizi del Quattrocento a metà del Cinquecento, Montepulciano ebbe il proprio periodo aureo, scandito da stabilità politica, prestigio culturale, fioritura artistica.
In questo periodo visse il cardinale Marcello Cervini, che sedette sul soglio pontificio per soli 28 giorni con il nome di Marcello II. Nel , i Poliziani, conclusa la definitiva pace con i Fiorentini, incisero sulla porta e sull'architrave della sala del consiglio la seguente iscrizione: Dal , con la sottomissione di Siena al principato mediceo, Montepulciano perse parte della rilevanza strategica e politica passata, ma mantenne il prestigio.
Si stabilirono a Montepulciano storiche famiglie poliziane dei Nobili, Tarugi, Contucci, Bellarmino, Ricci, Cervini, Benci, Cini, Cocconi e numerose altre, che dettero grandi uomini alla Chiesa, alle lettere, alle arti e alle armi: Uno dei suoi figli più affezionati, il cardinale Giovanni Ricci, nel , ottenne da Papa Pio IV, con il consenso del Granduca, che Montepulciano fosse decorata della sede episcopale e del titolo della città.
Con l'Unità d'Italia, Montepulciano s'impose come principale mercato agricolo dell'area, mentre le attività imprenditoriali slittarono verso il fondovalle, attratte dalla ferrovia presente fin dal e dalla maggior facilità di collegamento con l'emergente nodo ferroviario di Chiusi. Montepulciano, a medieval and Renaissance hill town and comune in the province of Siena in southern Tuscany, Italy.
Montepulciano, with an elevation of m, sits on a high limestone ridge. Montepulciano is a major producer of food and drink.
Montepulciano is known world-wide for its fabulous wine. Wine connoisseurs consider its Vino Nobile among Italy's best. However, the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano should not be confused with the varietal wine Montepulciano grape of the same name. Montepulciano is also known for its pork, cheese, "pici" pasta a thick, rough, chewy variant on spaghetti , lentils, and honey.
According to legend, it was founded by the Etruscan King Porsenna of Chiusi; recent findings prove that a settlement was already in existence in the 4th-3rd centuries BC. In Roman times it was the seat of a garrison guarding the main roads of the area. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it developed as a religious center under the Lombards.
In the 12th century it was repeatedly attacked by the Republic of Siena, which the Poliziani faced with the help of the Perugia and Orvieto, and sometimes Florence, communes. The 14th century was characterized by constant struggles between the local noble families, until the Del Pecora family became rulers of the town. From , Montepulciano was a loyal ally and later possession of Florence and, until the midth century, lived a period of splendour with architects such as Antonio da Sangallo the Elder, Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola, Baldassarre Peruzzi, Ippolito Scalza and others, building luxurious residences and other edifices here.
In , when Siena was conquered by Florence and Montepulciano lost its strategic role, its importance declined. After the unification of Italy and the drying of the Val di Chiana, the town remained the most important agricultural centre in the area, while the industrial activities moved mostly next to Chiusi, which was nearer to the railroad being built in that period.
The second volume in particular, Pallas and the Centaur , deals with his boyhood in Montepulciano, and the life of his sister Maria. The novel contains vivid detail of the city and surrounding country and an authoritative account of the murder of Poliziano's father derived from local knowledge.
Rising metres 1, ft above the harbor, its name is said to refer to its resemblance to the traditional shape of concentrated refined loaf sugar. The mountain is only one of several monolithic morros hills of granite and quartz that rise straight from the water's edge around Rio de Janeiro. To reach the summit, passengers take two cable cars. The first ascends to the shorter Morro da Urca, meters high. The climb takes three minutes from start to finish.
Departures are available every 20 minutes between 8: Il paese si trova a circa 28 km da Norcia, raggiungibile attraverso una strada panoramica, posto in cima ad una colle che si eleva sull'omonimo altopiano Piani di Castelluccio tra i più vasti dell'Italia Centrale ed inserito nel Parco nazionale dei Monti Sibillini, ad una altitudine di 1.
Di fronte ad esso si erge la sagoma del Monte Vettore 2. Secondo i dati Istat, il paese si è spopolato molto velocemente, nel il paese era abitato da residenti, mentre 7 anni dopo, nel , sono stati censiti solo 8 abitanti fissi. The village is located about 28 km from Norcia, reached via a scenic, place on top of a hill that rises on the plateau Castelluccio Plains are among the largest in Central and inserted in the National Park of Monti Sibillini, at an altitude of 1, m above sea level making it one of the highest towns of the Apennines.
In front of it stands the silhouette of Mount Carrier 2, m. According to Istat, the country was depopulated very quickly, in the country was inhabited by residents, while seven years later, in , were counted only 8 permanent residents. It was a year of seismic social and political change across the globe. From the burgeoning anti-Vietnam war and civil rights movements in the United States, protests and revolutions in Europe and the first comprehensive coverage of war and resultant famine in Africa.
To some, was the year of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Yet it was also the year of the Martin Luther King, Jr. The peace movement had continued to grow and more and more Americans were against the war in Vietnam, and once again more riots occurred throughout cities in America.
The music scene was once again set by the "Beatles" and the "Rolling Stones" , and fashion flirted with see through blouses and midis and maxis skirts joined the Mini Skirt as part of the fashion trends.
There is a Flu Pandemic in Hong Kong and the first Black power salute is seen on Television worldwide during an Olympics medal ceremony. Another 96 Indians and Pakistanis from Kenya had arrived in Britain, the latest in a growing exodus of Kenyan Asians fleeing from laws which prevent them making a living.
The Conservative right-winger Enoch Powell has made a hard-hitting speech attacking the government's immigration policy. Addressing a Conservative association meeting in Birmingham, Mr Powell said Britain had to be mad to allow in 50, dependents of immigrants each year. The MP for Wolverhampton South West called for an immediate reduction in immigration and the implementation of a Conservative policy of "urgent" encouragement of those already in the UK to return home.
But there are two directions on which families can be reunited," he said. Mr Powell compared enacting legislation such as the Race Relations Bill to "throwing a match on to gunpowder". He estimated that by the year up to seven million people - or one in ten of the population - would be of immigrant descent.
However, it is likely his comments will be less warmly received by the Conservative party leader, Edward Heath. Many of the songs were written when the band was in Rishikesh, India while they were attending a meditation camp. While the album received mixed reviews at the time, it still reached the number one spot on the music charts in both the United Kingdom and United States. Modern critics mark the album as on of the best albums ever created and it remains popular today.
The first public demonstration of the computer mouse, video conferencing, teleconferencing, email, and hypertext. Some 1, Asians have now arrived in Britain from Kenya, where they were forced out by increasingly draconian immigration laws. The UK finish in second place, just one point behind, with the song "Congratulations" sung by Cliff Richard, which goes on to outsell the winning Spanish entry throughout Europe. The Birmingham-based television company ATV saw an advance copy of the speech that morning, and its news editor ordered a television crew to go to the venue, where they filmed sections of the speech.
The speech provokes great outcry among the British public, making Powell one of the most popular and loathed politicians in the country, and leading to his dismissal from the Shadow Cabinet by Conservative party leader Edward Heath. Hopkin catches the attention of model Twiggy, who recommends her to Paul McCartney.
McCartney would soon sign Hopkin to Apple Records. They stand accused of a series of crimes including murder, fraud, blackmail and assault. Their year-old brother Charlie Kray is one of the other men under arrest. Sessions would span over 4 months, ending on 14 October.
Flooding had been occurring throughout the South West from mid-day but the full fury of the flood was felt during the hours of darkness. That night, seven people lost their lives, hundreds more suffered a terrifying ordeal of hardship and loss, bridges that had stood for centuries were washed away or severely damaged and countless houses, shops, factories and other properties were engulfed.
As night gave way to day and the full extent of the disaster was revealed, it became obvious that for a great many people life would not return to normal for a number of days yet to come.. The Contract Round sees the end of weekend franchises in these regions.
From the following day, Granada and ATV broadcast seven days a week. The North is split into two regions with Granada broadcasting to the North West and Yorkshire Television broadcasting to the Yorkshire region.
August — Independent Television technicians strike immediately after the franchise changes, causing a national stoppage. The individual companies are off the air for several weeks and an emergency service is established.
This was the first time that a uniform presentation practice was adopted across all regions. Headline Acts — Jefferson Airplane. September - The new school year in England sees the first local authorities adopt three tier education, where infant, junior schools are replaced by or first schools and or middle schools, with the transfer age to grammar and secondary modern schools being increased to 12 or October — The M1 motorway is completed when the final mile section opens between Rotherham and Leeds.
When Jimi Hendrix set fire to his guitar, Chas Chandler was ready with the lighter fuel. When Slade were desperate for a new image, Chandler dressed the band up as skinheads. The tough, outspoken Geordie was the perfect manager for both these diverse talents.
A fouder member of The Animals, he could sympathise with musicians and understand their problems. As a canny businessman he also understood the power of publicity and the importance of image. Few Sixties stars were able to make the jump from pop to business.
They lacked the discipline and know-how. But when Chandler quit The Animals and swapped his caftan for a suit, he swiftly became one of the most respected and successful managers and producers of the rock age.
He discovered Jimi Hendrix, but it was his energy and commitment that helped turn a shy young American backing guitarist into a dynamic performer and a rock legend. Their mutual regard was based on trust and friendship.
When their partnership eventually broke down, Chandler found it a bitter blow. But just before Hendrix died in September , he called upon his old manager once more for help and guidance.
Chas Chandler was a man that anxious artists knew they could trust. He was born Bryan Chandler in Heaton, near Newcastle in After leaving school his first job was as a turner in the Tyneside shipyards.
The first brush with with music came when he took up playing a homemade guitar. He later switched to bass and was in the Alan Price Trio when singer Eric Burdon joined the band in The Animals broke up in late But our manager Mike Jeffery did all right.
Chandler was especially impressed by Jimmy James's performance of the Tim Rose song "Hey Joe", offered to be his manager and invited him to London.
James asked Chandler if he could introduce him to Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck, and that clinched the deal. Chandler had already decided to stop playing himself. He also formed a partnership with The Animals' manager Mike Jeffery to look after Hendrix's business affairs for the next two years.
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