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Salt Lake Masonic Temple - Features
... a god of Light) occupy much of the building, including the cornice at the main entrance ... There are three entrances to the Temple, alluding to the three Lights of a Masonic Lodge ... The main entrance from the north of the building as north is deemed a place of darkness in Masonic ritual, hence those coming through the front door are traveling toward light ...
Features of Great American Ball Park
... A 50-foot-by-20-foot (15 x 6 m) limestone bas relief carving near the main entrance features a young baseball player looking up to the heroic figures of a batter, pitcher and fielder ... Machine club that won the first of two consecutive World Series, are just inside the main entrance ... Field, the Reds' home from 1912–1970, a monument was created in front of the main entrance to highlight the park's famous left-field terrace ...
Montgomery Place - Property - Main House
... A central pier on the east above the main entrance is topped with an urn, flanked by wreathed balustrades, a cornice and frieze with triglyphs and metope-ornamented medallions ... The double-doored main entrance is flanked by pilasters and topped with a fanlight and ornate keystone ... The main entrance leads into a rectangular hall with doors leading to the two parlors on either side ...
Mono Cliffs Provincial Park - Main Entrance
... The main entrance to the park is located along the 3rd Line E.H.S ... at a pay parking lot with washrooms ...
Bishop Moore Vidyapith - Buildings
... consists of 4 blocks - Pre-Primary, the Primary, the main ICSE block and the SSLC block ... The section is seen to the right of the main entrance gate, consisting the lower kindergarten and the upper kindergarten ... The primary block can be seen on the right of the main entrance, consisting of classes from the 1st grade to the fourth grade ...

Famous quotes containing the words entrance and/or main:

    A transition from an author’s books to his conversation, is too often like an entrance into a large city, after a distant prospect. Remotely, we see nothing but spires of temples, and turrets of palaces, and imagine it the residence of splendor, grandeur, and magnificence; but, when we have passed the gates, we find it perplexed with narrow passages, disgraced with despicable cottages, embarrassed with obstructions, and clouded with smoke.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    If the main timbers in the house are not straight, the smaller timbers will be unsafe; and if the smaller timbers are not straight, the house will fall.
    Chinese proverb.