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Champs-Élysées - History
... extend the axis of the Tuileries Garden with an avenue of trees ... The avenue was transformed by the landscape architect André Le Nôtre in 1667 according to the wishes of Louis XIV ... garden plots still separated the grand axe of the Tuileries gardens from the planted "Avenue des Thuilleries," which was punctuated by a circular basin where the Rond-point des Champs-Élysées stands today already ...
Beech Grove, Indiana - Transportation
... or North/South from the intersection of Main Street and First Avenue ... Beech Grove to Indianapolis was Churchman Avenue, running northwest from Beech Grove ... city was built to the north of Churchman Avenue, on a north/south "grid" pattern with alleys, centered on the widened roads of Main Street and Fifth Avenue ...
Pennsylvania Avenue
... Pennsylvania Avenue is a street in Washington, D.C ... Moreover, Pennsylvania Avenue is an important commuter route and is part of the National Highway System ...
1090 Vermont Avenue
1090 Vermont Avenue NW is a high-rise modernist office building in Washington, D.C ... in the late 1970s which helped rejuvenate Vermont Avenue NW ... early 1970s that construction of new office buildings moved east of 15th Street NW rather than west ...
Burnham, Illinois
... The westernmost section surrounds Torrence Avenue, a north-south street ... Torrence Avenue leaves this part of Burnham via a bridge, with Chicago on the other side ... The eastern section surrounds Burnham Avenue, another north-south street ...

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    Anything I can say about New Hampshire
    Will serve almost as well about Vermont,
    Excepting that they differ in their mountains.
    The Vermont mountains stretch extended straight;
    New Hampshire mountains curl up in a coil.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

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    Philip Roth (b. 1933)