National Cultural Property

Some articles on cultural property, national cultural property, cultural:

Sankei-en - Features - Inner Garden
... buildings are the Gomon Gate (御門?) (Tangible Cultural Property), the Hakuun-tei (白雲邸?) (Tangible Cultural Property), the Rinshunkaku (臨春閣?), Tenzui-ji's former Jut ... Of particular value is the Rinshunkaku (Important National Cultural Property, see photo below), formerly belonging to the Kii House of Tokugawa ... The Gekkaden (Important National Cultural Property) was built in 1603 by Ieyasu, the first of the Tokugawa shoguns within Kyoto's Fushimi Castle ...
Teaneck, New Jersey - Arts and Culture
... The Puffin Foundation and its Puffin Cultural Forum have been leading supporters and producers of art in Teaneck, sponsoring plays and art exhibitions at it location on ... The now-defunct Teaneck Cultural Arts Coalition had organized many community-wide cultural events, including an annual First Night community celebration of the arts held for several years through New Year ... Mark's Church in Teaneck and at the Hackensack Cultural Arts Center, across the river in Hackensack, New Jersey ...
History Of Iraq (2003–2011) - Cultural Dimensions
... As cultural scientist Roland Benedikter poses in his book on Sustainable Democratization of Iraq and in a series of essays, one main cause of the ongoing ...
Kurdistan Province - Cities and Towns - Attractions
... Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization lists 211 sites of historical and cultural significance in Kordestan province ... For more info, see the provincial Cultural Heritage Organization website linked at the bottom of this page ...
Squash (sport) - Cultural, Social, and Health Aspects
... The relatively small court and low-bouncing ball makes scoring points easier than in its American cousin, racquetball, as the ball may be played to all four corners of the court ... Since every ball must strike the front wall above the tin (unlike racquetball), the ball cannot be easily "killed" ...

Famous quotes containing the words property, national and/or cultural:

    Communism is inequality, but not as property is. Property is exploitation of the weak by the strong. Communism is exploitation of the strong by the weak.
    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809–1865)

    Mr. Christian, it is about time for many people to begin to come to the White House to discuss different phases of the coal strike. When anybody comes, if his special problem concerns the state, refer him to the governor of Pennsylvania. If his problem has a national phase, refer him to the United States Coal Commission. In no event bring him to me.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    A society that has made “nostalgia” a marketable commodity on the cultural exchange quickly repudiates the suggestion that life in the past was in any important way better than life today.
    Christopher Lasch (b. 1932)