FLOORING STYLES. STYLES


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Flooring Styles





flooring styles






    flooring
  • The boards or other material of which a floor is made

  • floor: the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • (floored) provided with a floor

  • building material used in laying floors





    styles
  • (style) designate by an identifying term; "They styled their nation `The Confederate States'"

  • A manner of doing something

  • A way of painting, writing, composing, building, etc., characteristic of a particular period, place, person, or movement

  • A way of using language

  • (style) make consistent with a certain fashion or style; "Style my hair"; "style the dress"

  • (style) manner: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"











flooring styles - The Complete




The Complete Book of Flooring


The Complete Book of Flooring



The Complete Book of Flooring is an essential guide for anyone planning a new floor or floor covering. It looks at the complete process through a complex and rapidly changing construction plan to the finished article. Factors such as insulation, noise pollution, and health are increasingly important. Accordingly, flooring products have now reached a high level of integrity and longevity, and can be made of wood from sustainable sources, natural fibers, a totally renewable material, or the luxury of 100 percent pure wool carpet.










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(Villagio) Luxury Shopping Mall - Qatar




(Villagio) Luxury Shopping Mall - Qatar





Quite simply Villagio is the best Mall in Qatar. Although not particularly special on the outside, when you walk inside and look up, the ceilings take your breath away. The ceilings represent the sky and if you didn’t know you were inside you could believe you were outside.
Different areas of the mall represent different times of the day – so you can see sunset, night (complete with street lamps) and day.
But the icing on the cake for this mall is the canal that runs through the centre, complete with gondola. Bridges cross over the canal, and comfortable chairs line its sides for you to rest your feet. What's more, for a few riyals you can travel, Venetian style, up and down the canal.
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Photographer Khalid Almasoud © All rights reserved












Magazines




Magazines





all the magazines that I bought on a regular basis over the last 1 or 1 1/2 years. There are still many missing and the ones I have only 1 issue of are not on this picture.
Magazines: spex,cooler,kinki,mini international,vogue,missy magazine,nylon,zeit campus,zoo magazine,sleek,stylemag,neon,arts,wallpaper,wired,indie,streetwear,vice,shoes up.









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GROUND FLOOR STUDIO : GROUND FLOOR


Ground Floor Studio : Floor Standing Audio Speakers



Ground Floor Studio





ground floor studio






    ground floor
  • the floor of a building that is at or nearest to the level of the ground around the building

  • A storey (British English) or story (American English) is any level part of a building that has a permanent roof and could be used by people (for living, work, storage, recreation, etc.). The plurals are storeys and stories, respectively.

  • The floor of a building at ground level

  • becoming part of a venture at the beginning (regarded as position of advantage); "he got in on the ground floor"





    studio
  • workplace consisting of a room or building where movies or television shows or radio programs are produced and recorded

  • A room where an artist, photographer, sculptor, etc., works

  • A place where performers, esp. dancers, practice and exercise

  • studio apartment: an apartment with a living space and a bathroom and a small kitchen

  • workplace for the teaching or practice of an art; "she ran a dance studio"; "the music department provided studios for their students"; "you don't need a studio to make a passport photograph"

  • A room where musical or sound recordings can be made











ground floor studio - Diggin In




Diggin In The Crates - Rare Studio Masters: 1993 - 1997


Diggin In The Crates - Rare Studio Masters: 1993 - 1997



Incredible two CD collection of rare and previously unreleased productions and remixes from Buckwild, core member of NYC's legendary Diggin' In The Crates crew. Originally a prot‚g‚ of DITC godfather Lord Finesse, Buckwild went on to become the most prolific and in-demand beatmaker in the collective. This incredible double disc compilation collects 38 of his non-album tracks and remixes with artists such as Beastie Boys, Nas, Kool Keith, Brand Nubian, Diamond, Guru and many more. Shogun. 2007.










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studio floor job... (part 1)




studio floor job... (part 1)





GROUND FLOOR STUDIO SPACE... The studio without any flooring. The carpeting has been removed in preparation for tile that is going to be put down.











Ground floor elevation




Ground floor elevation





Blue tile details above ground floor windows - now home to a Vegetarian Restaurant - The Studio.









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INFINITY FLOOR SPEAKERS - INFINITY FLOOR


Infinity floor speakers - Wet floor mops - Underfloor heating timber



Infinity Floor Speakers





infinity floor speakers






    infinity
  • An infinite or very great number or amount

  • (infinite) space: the unlimited expanse in which everything is located; "they tested his ability to locate objects in space"; "the boundless regions of the infinite"

  • The state or quality of being infinite

  • (infinite) having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude; "the infinite ingenuity of man"; "infinite wealth"

  • A point in space or time that is or seems infinitely distant

  • eternity: time without end





    speakers
  • A person who speaks a specified language

  • (speaker) loudspeaker: electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance

  • (speaker) someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"

  • A person who speaks

  • A person who delivers a speech or lecture

  • (speaker) the presiding officer of a deliberative assembly; "the leader of the majority party is the Speaker of the House of Representatives"





    floor
  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity

  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story

  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"

  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk

  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"











infinity floor speakers - JBL 5.1-Channel




JBL 5.1-Channel Surround Cinema Speaker System with 10-Inch Subwoofer SCS500.5


JBL 5.1-Channel Surround Cinema Speaker System with 10-Inch Subwoofer SCS500.5



JBL Surround Cinema Speaker systems are designed to deliver the high-performance sound that JBL has been known for at a price anyone can afford. As the flagship speaker package in the line, the SCS500.5 delivers the exciting sound that today’s home theater experience demands. And with the JBL SCS500.5, its not just only about delivering the best sound but delivering it with an elegant design that will look at home in any listening environment. The SCS500.5’s sleek, black satellites look anything but typical while the powered subwoofer delivers extreme output from an attractive enclosure.










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bmw2




bmw2





This is my 1985 BMW 323i. I believe 1985 was the second year of the E30 designation. This car uses the 2.3 liter M20 engine, which is a SOHC inline 6 with two valves per cylinder. I believe it uses the Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection system. The 2.3 liter has a fairly hot cam since this was BMW's highest performance 3-Series for this model year. The suspension setup has MacPherson struts up front and trailing arms in the rear. This setup works remarkably well considering that these are not exactly ideal suspension configurations.

This particular car has about 160,000 miles on the original engine/trans. It was originally purchased by my uncle while he was in Germany and he brought it back to the US and gave it to my cousin as a high school graduation present. My cousin kept it for the next 20 years, over which time the car incurred significant rust damage to the body around the rocker panels/floor. I spent several weeks this summer repairing the damage on the passenger side, which included replacing the rear portion of the rocker panel, the front fender, and patching the floor and rear wheel arch.

This car is mostly stock. The original radio was stolen, so I have a Pioneer DEH-P560MP headunit. I also installed an Audiobahn A6004V amplifier. The front speakers have been replaced with an Infinity 5010cs component speaker system. I'm still trying to figure out what to use in the rear.
I still have the original 14" bottlecap wheels with Yokohama AVS ES100 tires.
These pictures were taken right after I repainted it with an enamel top coat. Some of the trim hasn't been replaced yet since I'm waiting for the paint to harden enough to polish.











Mini Studio v1.0 (DYI Lightbox)




Mini Studio v1.0 (DYI Lightbox)





So after checking out some lightboxes I thought I'd make my own. I used my Logitech Speaker's box. Bought some engineering paper (or whatever it's called) and a poster-like piece of paper. This cost me $2 for 10 sheets of engeering paper and $1 for the poster. Tape was lying around. The box however was like $100, but the 5.1 Surround Sound speakers came free ;)

Check out v2.0 for an even better setup.









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KILLING FLOOR EXPANSION - FLOOR EXPANSION


KILLING FLOOR EXPANSION - NICKEL FLOOR LAMP.



Killing Floor Expansion





killing floor expansion






    killing floor
  • Killing Floor is a cooperative first-person shooter video game developed and published by Tripwire Interactive. It was first released on May 14, 2009, for Microsoft Windows, and subsequently ported to the Apple Mac OS X platform, with a release on May 5, 2010.

  • "Killing Floor" was the first and only single released to promote Bruce Dickinson's fifth solo studio album, The Chemical Wedding. It was released on 1998. The single failed to chart as it was only released in Japan.

  • "Killing Floor" is a song by American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Howlin' Wolf, featured on his 1966 album The Real Folk Blues.





    expansion
  • The action of becoming larger or more extensive

  • the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope

  • A thing formed by the enlargement, broadening, or development of something

  • Extension of a state's territory by encroaching on that of other nations, pursued as a political strategy

  • a function expressed as a sum or product of terms; "the expansion of (a+b)^2 is a^2 + 2ab + b^2"

  • a discussion that provides additional information











killing floor expansion - Timex Men's




Timex Men's T20461 Easy Reader Expansion Band Watch


Timex Men's T20461 Easy Reader Expansion Band Watch



This Timex Watch (but not any battery, crystal, band, or strap) is warranted to the owner for a period of ONE YEAR from the date of purchase against defects in manufacture by Timex Corporation. Timex will not repair defects relating to servicing not performed by Timex Corporation. This limited warranty applies to US Customers.

Stay on time for meetings and important dinner engagements with the Timex T20461 silver-tone stainless steel men's watch, featuring a large, easy-to-read full Arabic numeral display in bold Helvetica font. The white dial also features smaller, inset red 24-hour numerals, small minute indexes, black hands (with silver-tone seconds hand), and a day and date display at 3 o'clock. With the Quick Date function, you can set the date on the watch without turning the crown for every 24-hour period. It also offers a 10-year battery life, water resistance to 30 meters (99 feet), and an expansion band composed of silver-tone stainless steel links.
The Indiglo night-light uniformly lights the surface of the watch dial using patented blue electroluminescent lighting technology. It uses less battery power than most other watch illumination systems, enabling your watch battery to last longer.










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1989 OLD STRONGSVILLE BUILDING - Copy




1989 OLD STRONGSVILLE BUILDING - Copy





The old building in Strongsville. It house our school for 10 years. We tore it down and put up a brand new 22,000 square foot building.
The next expansion occurred shortly after I bought a new house. In December 1989 I bought a building on Pearl Road in Strongsville that had been an old office building. It was two stories high with offices upstairs and an antique store downstairs. It wasn’t zoned for daycare but I bought it anyway. I figured I could get it rezoned later.

The owners wanted $260,000; I paid them $180,000. It was a good deal.

Afterward, I didn’t have enough money to remodel it properly through a high-end construction company so I hired some Romanian immigrants I knew – an electrician, a plumber and a carpenter – and brought them all together at the building on a Friday afternoon.

They were a motley crew, but I figured they’d be able to get the job done quickly and cost-effectively.

“Tomorrow morning,” I told them, “come here and we are going to gut the building. Take everything out.”

“Everything?” the carpenter asked.

“Everything,” I said. “All the junk, many of the walls, some of the flooring, I’ll point out what needs to go. And make sure to bring enough people that we can get this all done tomorrow and Sunday.”

The men agreed, and the next morning, they showed up with an all-Romanian crew and hit the job. We didn’t know, and honestly I didn’t know, that we needed a dumpster. I wrongly assumed that the city’s sanitation department would come and take my garbage away. So picture this scene: We’re in the middle of Strongsville, a high-end community, right on a main thoroughfare, Pearl Road. We gut the building and put all the debris, everything you can imagine, in the front of the building. There was even a pile of dirt as tall as the building. And then, at the worst possible moment, the wind started up and scattered garbage all over the streets.

On Monday morning, first thing in the morning, politicians and businesspeople from the city of Strongsville, including Mayor Walter F. Ehrnfelt, arrived at my building, angry. A line of cars filled the road next to my building and what appeared to be a mob of people stood there, all of them shouting. The mayor was quite literally bright red with rage. The building inspectors were fuming. People I didn’t know or recognize were standing and pointing and gesturing wildly at all the detritus. And everybody was on my property.

“What in God’s name is going on here?” the mayor yelled at me when he finally saw me approach the mob.

“We’re getting ready to open a school,” I said. I realized as I said this that I didn’t have any plans that had been properly submitted or approvals received from the city for all the work we’d done.

“Not like this you’re not!” the building inspector screamed, running toward me like he was going to kill me right then and there.

He jabbed a finger in my face. “You will never open a school in Strongsville! Never!”

It wasn’t worth fighting, so I tried a different tactic – diffusion.

It took about twenty minutes to get everyone calmed down and their voices to a reasonable level. Once they were calm, well, at least as calm as they were going to get considering the circumstances, we stood in a little circle on the front lawn and talked.

“Why didn’t you know you needed a dumpster?” Mayor Ehrnfelt asked. “What were you thinking?”

“I didn’t know,” I said. “It’s an honest mistake.”

“An honest mistake? Look at this place; it’s a war zone!”

I looked around and couldn’t argue.

“OK,” I said. “It is. But now you have to help me.”

The mayor’s face began to take on its previously reddened hue. Then, instead of launching into a new diatribe he sighed.

“Fine,” he said.

He probably didn’t mean it, but really, what other choice did he have?

Within two hours, the city brought dumpsters, trucks and an entire crew of maintenance men in and cleaned up my property. The irony of the situation is that despite all the hoopla it caused, they never levied a fine against me for the trouble. I don’t know why. But it was almost comical how upset they got. I don’t blame them, though. I wasn’t being a jerk; I honestly didn’t know my responsibilities. But it was pretty funny seeing all those officials stop their cars, leap out and help clean up. It took most of the day on Monday.

The next day, guilt set in and I went to the mayor’s office to apologize. His secretary didn’t want to let me see him, but I insisted. I barely got his door open before he screamed, “Get out of my office! I don’t want anything to do with you? Do you know what kind of trouble you’ve created?”

I stood there in the doorway and stared at him, unwavering.

“Mr. Mayor,” I said, suddenly enraged. “I came from Communism and secret police, and they didn’t scare me. Don’t think for a minute that you are going to scare me. Your attitude stinks! You act like you’re in the Nazi army. You’re insulting me, a lady, by throwing me out of your office. If you don’t want to hear











Entrance to The South Bridge Vaults




Entrance to The South Bridge Vaults





The Edinburgh Vaults or South Bridge Vaults are a series of chambers formed in the nineteen arches of the South Bridge in Edinburgh, Scotland, which was completed in 1788. For around 30 years, the vaults were used to house taverns, cobblers and other tradesmen, and as storage space for illicit material, reportedly including the bodies of people killed by serial killers Burke and Hare for medical experiments.

As the conditions in the vaults deteriorated, mainly because of damp and poor air quality, the businesses left and the very poorest of Edinburgh's citizens moved in, though by around 1820, even they are believed to have left too. That people had lived there was only discovered in 1985 during an excavation, when middens were found containing toys, medicine bottles, plates, and other signs of human habitation

Edinburgh was a growing community in the late 18th century and two bridges were built to facilitate the expansion, North Bridge and South Bridge, known locally as 'The Bridges'. The South Bridge, built to span the Cowgate gorge between High Street and the growing University of Edinburgh on the Southside, was first proposed in 1775, although work did not begin until August 1785.

Edinburgh's South Bridge should be regarded as more than a simple crossing from Old Town to Southside. It was, in fact, Edinburgh's first purpose built shopping street, and as such as much space as possible was utilised. The bridge itself is a nineteen arch viaduct, although only one arch is visible today, the 'Cowgate arch.' The remaining eighteen arches were enclosed behind tenement buildings built to allow the area to serve as a commercial district. The hidden arches of the bridge were then given extra floors to allow their use for industry. In total there are approximately 120 rooms or 'vaults' beneath the surface of the South Bridge, ranging in size from two metres squared to forty metres squared. South Bridge officially opened for business on 1 March 1788.

The vault rooms, used as storage space and workshops for the South Bridge businesses, operated as intended for a relatively short space of time. Construction of the bridge had been rushed and the surface was never sealed against water. The vaults began to flood. Abandonment of the vaults began as early as 1795. With the vaults being gradually abandoned by the businesses on the bridge, the empty rooms were adopted and adapted by new users. As the industrial revolution took hold of Britain, the Cowgate area had developed into Edinburgh's slum. Slum dwellers took over the vaults and they became a renowned red light district with countless brothels and pubs operating within the abandoned complex. The vaults also served as additional slum housing for the city’s poor. Living conditions were appalling. The rooms were cramped, dark and damp. There was no sunlight, poorly circulated air, no running water, and no sanitation. Many rooms housed families of more than ten people. Crimes, including robbery and murder, soon plagued the Vaults. Burke and Hare, the infamous serial killers who sold corpses to medical schools, are rumoured to have hunted for victims in the Edinburgh Vaults.

It is not known when the vaults complex was closed down, with some suggesting as early as c.1835 and others as late as c.1875. Written records regarding the vaults during their slum use are virtually non-existent. All that is known is that at some point tons of rubble were dumped into the vaults making them inaccessible.

The vaults were rediscovered by former Scottish rugby internationalist, Norrie Rowan, after he found a tunnel leading to them in the 1980s. From this tunnel he helped Romanian rugby player Christian Raducanu escape the Romanian secret police and seek political asylum weeks before the Romanian uprising of 1989.

The vaults were excavated by Norrie Rowan and his son Norman Rowan in the 1990s. Hundreds of tonnes of rubble were removed by hand and several interesting artifacts were discovered including thousands of oyster shells, which were part of the staple diet of the Edinburgh working class.

The vaults on the North Side of the Cowgate arch form a series of tunnels and vaults that make up Mercat Tours and a venue called Marlin's Wynd. The vaults on the South side of the Cowgate arch form a magnificent venue called The Caves. Also the vaults here are used for tours by a company called City of the Dead

Since then, the Vaults have become a popular tourist destination for professional and amateur ghost-busters, who come to explore their gloomy, candle-lit corridors in the hope of meeting a spirit.

Reported spectral tenants include the cantankerous "Mr. Boots", who nudges tourists, can be heard swearing, and tails tour groups while clomping on the stone floor. Natives say that he killed the prostitute in the one of the corners of his room and her shadow sometime appears on the wall of the room. Then there’s young "Jack", a boy who giggles as he runs about the dar









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killing floor expansion




Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900 (Studies in Environment and History)






People of European descent form the bulk of the population in most of the temperate zones of the world--North America, Australia and New Zealand. The military successes of European imperialism are easy to explain because in many cases they were achieved by using firearms against spears. Alfred Crosby, however, explains that the Europeans' displacement and replacement of the native peoples in the temperate zones was more a matter of biology than of military conquest. Now in a new edition with a new preface, Crosby revisits his classic work and again evaluates the ecological reasons for European expansion. Alfred W. Crosby is the author of the widely popular and ground-breaking books,The Measure of Reality (Cambridge, 1996), and America's Forgotten Pandemic (Cambridge, 1990). His books have received the Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize, the Medical Writers Association Prize and been named by the Los Angeles Times as among the best books of the year. He taught at the University of Texas, Austin for over 20 years. First Edition Hb (1986): 0-521-32009-7 First Edition Pb (1987): 0-521-33613-9










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LAYING CERAMIC FLOOR TILES ON CONCRETE. LAYING CERAMIC FLOOR


Laying ceramic floor tiles on concrete. Kitchen tile flooring pictures. First floor gallery



Laying Ceramic Floor Tiles On Concrete





laying ceramic floor tiles on concrete






    floor tiles
  • Glazed or unglazed or natural stone tiles of sufficient strength, impact and abrasion resistance to withstand the weight and wear of foot traffic.

  • (Floor tile) A ceramic, glazed or unglazed paver, quarry or mosaic tile resistant to abrasion and impact.





    concrete
  • Fix in position with concrete

  • cover with cement; "concrete the walls"

  • a strong hard building material composed of sand and gravel and cement and water

  • Cover (an area) with concrete

  • Form (something) into a mass; solidify

  • capable of being perceived by the senses; not abstract or imaginary; "concrete objects such as trees"





    ceramic
  • (ceramics) the art of making and decorating pottery

  • Pots and other articles made from clay hardened by heat

  • The material from which such articles are made

  • an artifact made of hard brittle material produced from nonmetallic minerals by firing at high temperatures

  • of or relating to or made from a ceramic; "a ceramic dish"

  • The art of making such articles





    laying
  • (lay) ballad: a narrative song with a recurrent refrain

  • Put down and set in position for use

  • (laid) set down according to a plan:"a carefully laid table with places set for four people"; "stones laid in a pattern"

  • Put down, esp. gently or carefully

  • Prevent (something) from rising off the ground

  • the production of eggs (especially in birds)











Long Son Buddhist Temple roof, Nha Trang, Vietnam




Long Son Buddhist Temple roof, Nha Trang, Vietnam





I had to lie on the floor to get this all in - I was getting some funny looks!

On the northwest side of Nha Trang is Long Son Pagoda. It is an active Buddhist temple featuring an unusual red brass Buddha sitting on a wooden lotus pedestal. On top of a hill behind the pagoda is a massive 9-m high white Buddha on a lotus throne. Embedded in the octagonal base of the Bhudda are 7 stucco likenesses of Buddhist martyrs, monks and nuns who died protesting the repressive Ngo Dinh Diem regime in southern Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Some of them immolated themselves and the white Buddha was built to their memory in 1963.

From Wikipedia; Long Son Pagoda (Vietnamese: Chua Long Son) is a Buddhist temple in the the city of Nha Trang on south central coast of Vietnam. It is regarded as one of the main sites in the city, along with Hai Duc Temple.[1]

Long Son Pagoda was previously known as Dang Long T? and it is located at 22 October 23 Street. It is located in the ward of Phuong Son, and sits at the foot of Tr?i Th?y mountain, in city of Nha Trang, just 400 m west of the railway station.[1]

Long Son Pagoda was erected on another hill in 1886 under the abbotship of Thich Ng? Chi (1856–1935), who hailed from the district of Vinh Xuong in Khanh Hoa Province. Before joining the sangha, he was a participant in anti-French resistance forces that attempted to regain Vietnamese independence.[1]

In 1900, after a large cyclone, the temple was destroyed and had to be moved from the hill to its current location. In 1936, the Buddhist Studies Association made the temple the headquarters of the Buddhist Association in Khanh Hoa Province. In 1940, the temple was renovated and expanded under the leadership of Thich Ton Th?t Quy?n and a lay Buddhist by the named of Vo Dinh Th?y. In 1968, the temple was heavily damaged during the Vietnam War, in particular the tiled roof. In 1971, Thich Thi?n Binh organised for the capital works program to restore the temple, which was around 60% complete in accordance with the plans of the architect Vo Dinh Di?p when it was interrupted by the Fall of Saigon and the communist victory over South Vietnam.[1]

Since its construction, the temple has had a stable leadership, with only three abbots in over 120 years: Thich Ng? Chi (1886–1935), Thich Chanh Hoa (1936–1957) and Thich Chi Tin (1957–).[1]

From the Long Son Pagoda, there is a large road leading up to Hai Duc Pagoda along the crest of the hill, where there is a large white concrete statue of Gautama Buddha. The statue was built on the site of the original temple and the statue was cast in 1964 before being installed the following year, under the auspices of Thich D?c Minh, who was the Head of the Buddhist Association of Khanh Hoa Province. The sculpture of the statue was by Kim Di?n. From the ground up, the statues is 24 m, and from the base of the statue, it is 21 m. The figure of the Buddha is 14 m while the lotus blossom comprises 7 m. Around the statue are statues of seven arahants. In front of the statue are a pair of dragons, which are 7.20 m long. The statue is visible from afar as one enters the city, from either the national highway or by train.[1]

The temple grounds also includes a garden.[1]

The entrance and roofs are decorated with dragon mosaics which are built from glass and ceramic tiles. The main ceremonial hall is adorned with modern interpretations of classical motifs. The nasal hairs of the dragons are wrapped around the pillars on either side of the main altar.[1]

The main statue in 152 stone steps up from the entrance of the pagoda, and is often used as a vantage point to look over the city of Nha Trang.











kikoastripper@yahoo.com




kikoastripper@yahoo.com





I 'm a mechanic certificate on chiller,boiler,cooling tower ,plumber ,heathing and air conditioning. I been doing the type of work for 28 year;from Las Vegas(Landmark Hotel,Arizona Charlie,Dune,Gold Coast,Showboat and Flamingo Hotel and casino to the Ocean Club of Atlantic City also I have hig pressure boiler license.Worked construcion for 39 year,from laid brics,concrete block,tiles,ceramic work,concrete roof,floor and wall,campenter,frammer and lay out.Also I can read blue print.My beginning of my experience was in Cuba worked construcion 1968 to 1980 and the rest of the time U.S.A.









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