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Rosapineta
290,43 € *
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COVID 19 measures *All the rules and regulations issued by the (local) government must be followed.  Additional information from the campsite/park : Swimming pool: limited access i fit gets busyGym/ fitness:  oly on reservation.Animation: limited access if it gets to busy.Other: it is mandatory to wear a mask in closed places (market ect.) .Other: check-in: only 1 person per time.Camping Village Rosapineta ist eine großflächig errichtete Ferienanlage direkt am goldgelben Sandstrand von Rosolina Mare. Ein Teil des Campingareals befindet sich in einem großen Pinienwald, der für angenehmen Schatten an heißen Sommertagen sorgt. Die familienfreundliche Anlage besitzt diverse Freizeiteinrichtungen, die einem Familienurlaub das gewisse Etwas verleihen. Darüber hinaus gibt es in der näheren Umgebung mehrere Fahrradwege und Wanderrouten, sodass Sie jederzeit zu kleinen Erkundungstouren aufbrechen können. Die zur Provinz Rovigo in der Region Venetien gehörende Gemeinde Rosolina Mare befindet sich im nördlichen Teil des Parco regionale del Delta del Po, des Naturparks Podelta, und damit in einer bei Touristen sehr beliebten Gegend. Ein weiterer Anziehungspunkt ist die vorgelagerte Isola di Albarella, die nicht nur für Urlauber sondern auch für Einheimische ein attraktives Ausflugsziel darstellt. Buchen Sie Camping Village Rosapineta hier bei Vacanceselect, und freuen Sie sich auf unbeschwerte Urlaubstage an der italienischen Adria. Die Freizeiteinrichtungen vom Camping Village Rosapineta Die Ferienanlage Camping Village Rosapineta hat jede Menge Freizeitvergnügen zu bieten. So gibt es hier beispielsweise zwei große Poolanlagen, von denen eine sogar eine Wasserrutsche besitzt. Einer der Swimmingpools ist komplett renoviert, im Lagunenstil!  Auf dem Sportplatz, beim Tennis, Bowling oder Billard ist immer etwas los. Im Miniclub und auf dem Spielplatz finden Ihre Kinder rasch neue Ferienfreunde. Ein Animationsteam sorgt für kindgerechte Ferienunterhaltung und abendliches Entertainment. Sind Sie auf dem Wasser gern sportlich aktiv unterwegs? Camping Village Rosapineta bietet beste Voraussetzungen zum Windsurfen und Segeln. Kanus und Tretboote sind ebenfalls verfügbar. Und wenn Sie bei diesem großzügigen Angebot zur Freizeitgestaltung hungrig geworden sind, dann besuchen Sie doch einfach eines der beiden Restaurants oder holen sich leckere Snacks und Getränke an den beiden Bars. Die Umgebung von Camping Village Rosapineta Unsere Ferienanlage Camping Village Rosapineta liegt direkt am Strand und ist nicht weit vom Zentrum von Rosolina Mare entfernt. Rund 70 km nördlich befindet sich die traumhaft schöne Stadt Venedig. Eine gute Gelegenheit für einen unvergesslichen Tagesausflug, bei dem Sie zahlreiche Gondeln beobachten, den Markusplatz und den Dogenpalast bestaunen und über die Rialtobrücke laufen können. Ein weiteres lohnenswertes Ausflugsziel ist die 90 km südlich gelegene Stadt Ravenna, deren sehenswerte Bauwerke teilweise zum Weltkulturerbe der UNESCO gehören. Darüber hinaus ist Ravenna für seine zauberhaften Mosaiken bekannt. Ihre Kinder werden besonders begeistert sein, wenn sie hören, dass sich ganz in der Nähe von Ravenna der Vergnügungspark Mirabilandia befindet. Auf diese Weise lassen sich Kunst und Kultur problemlos mit spritzigen Wasserfahrten und rasanten Achterbahnen verbinden.

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Vets in Love
15,71 € *
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Cathy Woodman was a small-animal vet before turning to writing fiction. She won the Harry Bowling First Novel Award in 2002 and is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association. Cathy has written ten novels set in the fictional market town of Talyton St George in beautiful East Devon, where Cathy lived as a child. Cathy now lives with her two children, a cat and two Border Terriers in a village near Winchester, Hampshire.

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Vets in Love
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Cathy Woodman was a small-animal vet before turning to writing fiction. She won the Harry Bowling First Novel Award in 2002 and is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association. Cathy has written ten novels set in the fictional market town of Talyton St George in beautiful East Devon, where Cathy lived as a child. Cathy now lives with her two children, a cat and two Border Terriers in a village near Winchester, Hampshire.

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Bowling for Communism (eBook, PDF)
14,09 € *
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Bowling for Communism illuminates how civic life functioned in Leipzig, East Germany's second-largest city, on the eve of the 1989 revolution by exploring acts of "urban ingenuity" amid catastrophic urban decay. Andrew Demshuk profiles the creative activism of local communist officials who, with the help of scores of volunteers, constructed a palatial bowling alley without Berlin's knowledge or approval. In a city mired in disrepair, civic pride overcame resentment against a regime loathed for corruption, Stasi spies, and the Berlin Wall.Reconstructing such episodes through interviews and obscure archival materials, Demshuk shows how the public sphere functioned in Leipzig before the fall of communism. Hardly detached or inept, local officials worked around centralized failings to build a more humane city. And hardly disengaged, residents turned to black-market construction to patch up their surroundings.Because such "urban ingenuity" was premised on weakness in the centralized regime, the dystopian cityscape evolved from being merely a quotidian grievance to the backdrop for revolution. If, by their actions, officials were demonstrating that the regime was irrelevant, and if, in their own experiences, locals only attained basic repairs outside official channels, why should anyone have mourned the system when it was overthrown?

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Bowling for Communism (eBook, ePUB)
14,09 € *
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Bowling for Communism illuminates how civic life functioned in Leipzig, East Germany's second-largest city, on the eve of the 1989 revolution by exploring acts of "urban ingenuity" amid catastrophic urban decay. Andrew Demshuk profiles the creative activism of local communist officials who, with the help of scores of volunteers, constructed a palatial bowling alley without Berlin's knowledge or approval. In a city mired in disrepair, civic pride overcame resentment against a regime loathed for corruption, Stasi spies, and the Berlin Wall.Reconstructing such episodes through interviews and obscure archival materials, Demshuk shows how the public sphere functioned in Leipzig before the fall of communism. Hardly detached or inept, local officials worked around centralized failings to build a more humane city. And hardly disengaged, residents turned to black-market construction to patch up their surroundings.Because such "urban ingenuity" was premised on weakness in the centralized regime, the dystopian cityscape evolved from being merely a quotidian grievance to the backdrop for revolution. If, by their actions, officials were demonstrating that the regime was irrelevant, and if, in their own experiences, locals only attained basic repairs outside official channels, why should anyone have mourned the system when it was overthrown?

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Bowling for Communism (eBook, PDF)
14,09 € *
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Bowling for Communism illuminates how civic life functioned in Leipzig, East Germany's second-largest city, on the eve of the 1989 revolution by exploring acts of "urban ingenuity" amid catastrophic urban decay. Andrew Demshuk profiles the creative activism of local communist officials who, with the help of scores of volunteers, constructed a palatial bowling alley without Berlin's knowledge or approval. In a city mired in disrepair, civic pride overcame resentment against a regime loathed for corruption, Stasi spies, and the Berlin Wall.Reconstructing such episodes through interviews and obscure archival materials, Demshuk shows how the public sphere functioned in Leipzig before the fall of communism. Hardly detached or inept, local officials worked around centralized failings to build a more humane city. And hardly disengaged, residents turned to black-market construction to patch up their surroundings.Because such "urban ingenuity" was premised on weakness in the centralized regime, the dystopian cityscape evolved from being merely a quotidian grievance to the backdrop for revolution. If, by their actions, officials were demonstrating that the regime was irrelevant, and if, in their own experiences, locals only attained basic repairs outside official channels, why should anyone have mourned the system when it was overthrown?

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Bowling for Communism (eBook, ePUB)
14,09 € *
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Bowling for Communism illuminates how civic life functioned in Leipzig, East Germany's second-largest city, on the eve of the 1989 revolution by exploring acts of "urban ingenuity" amid catastrophic urban decay. Andrew Demshuk profiles the creative activism of local communist officials who, with the help of scores of volunteers, constructed a palatial bowling alley without Berlin's knowledge or approval. In a city mired in disrepair, civic pride overcame resentment against a regime loathed for corruption, Stasi spies, and the Berlin Wall.Reconstructing such episodes through interviews and obscure archival materials, Demshuk shows how the public sphere functioned in Leipzig before the fall of communism. Hardly detached or inept, local officials worked around centralized failings to build a more humane city. And hardly disengaged, residents turned to black-market construction to patch up their surroundings.Because such "urban ingenuity" was premised on weakness in the centralized regime, the dystopian cityscape evolved from being merely a quotidian grievance to the backdrop for revolution. If, by their actions, officials were demonstrating that the regime was irrelevant, and if, in their own experiences, locals only attained basic repairs outside official channels, why should anyone have mourned the system when it was overthrown?

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Calhoun Colored School
39,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Calhoun Colored School (1892-1945) was a private boarding and day school in Calhoun, Lowndes County, Alabama, about 28 miles (45 km) southwest of Montgomery. Founded in 1892 by Miss Charlotte Thorn and Miss Mabel Dillingham in partnership with Booker T. Washington, the Calhoun Colored School was first designed to educate rural colored students according to the industrial school model. The school sponsored a land bank that helped 85 families buy land. It created a joint venture with the county to improve a local road so farmers could get their products to market. As the school developed, it raised its standards, created a large library, and offered more of an academic curriculum. The principal's house, the only surviving original building, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in recognition of the school's importance in the history of education of African Americans. It is currently being redeveloped as a bowling alley for use by the blind.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Marylebone Gardens
34,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Marylebone or Marybone Gardens was a London pleasure garden sited in the grounds of the old manor house of Marylebone and frequented from the mid-17th century, when Marylebone was a village separated from London by fields and market gardens, to the third quarter of the 18th century. It was situated in the area which is now between Marylebone Road, Marylebone High Street, Weymouth Street, and Harley Street, its site was developed as Beaumont Street and part of Devonshire Street. Originally consisting of two bowling greens adjoining the tavern, its size was increased by acquisition of land from Marylebone Manor House, which was converted into a hunting lodge by Henry VIII and was later used as a boarding school, eventually being demolished in 1791.

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