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I consigli della gente del luogo sui migliori servizi pubblici

Galleria d'arte
“This is a former Ottoman Bank now converted to SALT Galata which is one of my favorite cultural institutions in Istanbul that puts on a variety of talks, screenings and workshops, all of which are free. ”
  • Consigliato da 58 persone del luogo
Stazione di polizia
“Sitting at the foot of the imposing hill capped by the Narikala Fortress and climbing the slopes is Tbilisi Old Town, a labyrinth of narrow streets where wooden balconies look down from old brick-build homes. Doorways lead to hidden courtyards an ancient vines climb to the skies using anything vertical for support. Parts have been comprehensively renovated, arguably a little too enthusiastically, so that some streets look like a Disney film set, though far more of these twisting alleys are untouched. They are ramshackle, cracked and crumbling but delightful, enchanting, picturesque and real. The style is a mix of two influences, the tight winding streets of an Asian or Arabic town interwoven with European, classical Russian and Art Nouveau architecture. The northern edge is the recently renovated Abanotubani area, famous for its Sulphur Baths and Meidani square with its many restaurants. Old Town’s main artery is Kote Abkhazi Street (formerly Leselidze) which connect Meidani with Freedom Square. In the North East corner, between Leselidze and the river, is Chardeni, a small area backed with bars restaurants, nightclubs and cafes, shoulder to shoulder along a series of pedestrian streets. To the west, Old Town melts into Sololaki area, a lovely and fascinating place to wander around, take photographs and explore Tbilisi.”
  • Consigliato da 46 persone del luogo
“4 million books in this vast modernist library with curving facade, plus 4 museums and a planetarium. The staff are very friendly. One can can enjoy the library and museums in the morning and at night attend an event like musical concerts according to the event they are holding that day.”
  • Consigliato da 10 persone del luogo
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Point of Interest
“Kadıköy is another region for drinking, shopping, eating etc. like Beşiktaş is located in sea side. There are so many nice bars for drinking alcohol and dancing.”
  • Consigliato da 19 persone del luogo
High School
“Tangolic, Tango Nar, Academia Del Tango Istanbul.. Those are my tango places where I spend almost 4 days in a week..I join classes, sometimes assisting to beginners and practicing tango. Also joining to milongas, the most beautiful thing is embrace and dance...”
  • Consigliato da 19 persone del luogo
Local Government Office
“The Israeli Parliament! Free tours on Sundays and Thursdays in various of languages. ”
  • Consigliato da 24 persone del luogo
“Alserkal Avenue, offers edgy art events, endless pop-up concepts, cutting edge galleries, and now even a small theatre.”
  • Consigliato da 13 persone del luogo
City Hall
“excellent building that houses the town hall of the island. Nearby is the Apollon Theater, a miniature of the theater La Scala di Milano, Italy. You have to visit both.”
  • Consigliato da 11 persone del luogo
“The closest drug store and pharmacie for all your medical needs, toiletries and more. I recommend this for its close location. ”
  • Consigliato da 5 persone del luogo
Monumento/meta turistica
“The Loggia was an essential public building in every Venetian city, and this institution was not absent even from Venice's colonies. For Candia, Loggia is considered to be one of the most elegant architectural monuments of the Venetian period, a representative example of the palladian style. During the Venetian period, Loggia was the official meeting place of sovereigns and nobility where they discussed various topics concerning economic, commercial, and political matters. It was also used as a place where people passed their time, something like a combination of a chamber and a gentlemen's club. The Loggia we see today is the fourth one; others that were built before this were abandoned due to their position, or were made obsolete by time. The last Loggia was built around 1628 by the ‘General Provisioner' Frangisko Morosini, known also by the homonymous fountain in the centre of the town. It is situated next to Armeria (the armoury where they used to keep guns and ammunition), and is a building of a rectangular type with two floors, with doric type columns on the ground floor and ionic ones on the first floor. At the corners of the building there were square columns. The space between the columns, on the ground floor, had a low parapet, while the middle was open and served as the main entrance leading onto 25th August St, known then by the name "Ruga Maistra". After the fall of the city to the Turks, Loggia lost its old identity and glamour. The new conqueror did not feel the need of such a building and had it made into the seat of the high finance officer, Tefterdar, and the secretary general, who was a Christian officer, responsible for the matters that concerned the Christians and the Turkish authorities. The Tefterdar also had jurisdiction over the "Armeria" (the storeroom where they used to keep their guns), now called "tzephanes". The Loggia's adventure continued even after the liberation from the Turks. The newly independent Cretan State proposed that the building could be used as an Archaeological Museum. After, an earthquake however, it was better considered that the building was not safe and the idea for housing a museum was abandoned. Later in 1904 it was regarded that the building was ready to fall and people started, unfortunately without any care, to demolish the first floor. The following year, the building was granted to the Town Hall, with the "Armeria" in order to house some of its services. Ten years will go by until the first stone will be placed officially for the restoration of Loggia. Maximillian Ongaro, who was also the curator of the architectural monuments of Venice, was in charge of the building work. Still though, the works were delayed. At the end of 1934 the "Armeria" was again handed back to the Town Hall to be used for municipal services. After some years, and following the end of the 2nd World War, the works for the restoration of Loggia and its connection, through an atrium, with the Armeria, started afresh. Today the first floor has been formed into a special hall for ceremonies and the weekly meetings of the Municipal Council and it has been accordingly furnished and decorated. The crowning of all these efforts was the awarding of the prize in 1987 from the international organization "Europa Nostra" for the most successful restoration of a historical building with a modern use in the Greek area.”
  • Consigliato da 9 persone del luogo
“(Hebrew: Beit HaMishpat HaElyon) is at the head of the court system and highest judicial instance in Israel. The Supreme Court located in Givat Ram.”
  • Consigliato da 4 persone del luogo
“Super-Pharm (Hebrew: סופר-פארם‎ Super-Pharm) is a pharmacy chain in Israel.”
  • Consigliato da 5 persone del luogo
Luogo per spettacoli artistici
“Books, events, services food & beverages hot or cold, indoor places and every season outdoor parts with a beautiful garden”
  • Consigliato da 4 persone del luogo
“I like this beach as it is big and has many restaurants attached to a hotel which you can enter.”
  • Consigliato da 3 persone del luogo
“Alsos Forest (officially Paidagogiko Institouto Alsos) is one of the municipal parks of Nicosia. The park forms an almost unbroken stretch of open land reaching from Pallouriotissa to Aglandjia. To forest is bounded on the northwest by the entrance to the University of Cyprus, and overlooks Cyprus European Presidential building and Aglandjia Public High School, located to its southeast. The park is one of Nicosia's largest ecological havens. It hosts a large playground, cafeteria, paths through the forest for pedestrians, and basketball and football courts.”
  • Consigliato da 7 persone del luogo