And this time we are headed to Scandinavia and to the picturesque and enchanting cities of Copenhagen in Denmark and Malmö in Sweden, connected by the now iconic Oresund bridge The box set comprising of the 2 books will be a mixture of ...
Author: Toby Mitchell
Photographer Toby Mitchell is back with the latest instalment in ?The Weekender? Series. And this time we are headed to Scandinavia and to the picturesque and enchanting cities of Copenhagen in Denmark and Malmö in Sweden, connected by the now iconic Oresund bridge The box set comprising of the 2 books will be a mixture of iconic landmarks, interesting streets, trendy as well as less well-known places to demonstrate the spirit of this city through Toby?s enigmatic photography.0Whilst the flow of the book will incorporate the Friday to Sunday trajectory for Malmö and Thursday to Sunday for the Copenhagen book, the mixture of content will mean that a reader is both influenced by Toby?s imagery of the cities without explicitly having to follow a specific route but allow them to adventure at will. Food spots, stores, parks and cultural highlights to showcase the city in a new light.
This method of construction, known as immersed- tube tunnelling, is being used
to link Copenhagen in Denmark with Malmo in Sweden. If the project ever gets
the go-ahead, it will see a 60-mile long structure costing around £14bn. This
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process of art , Weekender Mag , 76 . ... Work ; Carnegie Mus Art , Pittsburgh , Pa
; Frederik Roos Collection , Cleveland , Malmo , Sweden ; Thomas Amman ...
Presents brief profiles of over 54,500 newspapers, magazines, journals, and other periodicals, as well as radio, television, and cable stations and systems in the U.S., Canada, and the international market, each listing advertising rates, circulation statistics, key personnel, and other information.
Author: Institute of Ismaili StudiesPublish On: 2011
"Ottoman naval technology underwent a transformation under the rule of Sultan Selim III.
Author: Institute of Ismaili Studies
"Ottoman naval technology underwent a transformation under the rule of Sultan Selim III. New types of sailing warships such as two- and three-decked galleons, frigates and corvettes began to dominate the Ottoman fleet, rendering the galley-type oared ships obsolete. This period saw technological innovations such as the adoption of the systematic copper sheathing of the hulls and bottoms of Ottoman warships from 1792-93 onwards and the construction of the first dry dock in the Golden Horn.The changing face of the Ottoman Navy was facilitated by the influence of the British, Swedish and French in modernising both the shipbuilding sector and the conduct of naval warfare. Through such measures as training Ottoman shipbuilders, heavy reliance on help from foreign powers gave way to a new trajectory of modernization. Using this evidence Zorlu argues that although the Ottoman Empire was a major and modern independent power in this period, some technological dependence on Europe remained."--Bloomsbury publishing.