Maritime site

Maritime site

Buildings located on or near the sea and connected with shipping or navigation. Many have been converted to museum or commercial use.
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He pointed to other projects such as fish farming in sea cages Project in Khairan on 10 square kilometers of maritime site and 2,000 square kilometers of the coastal site, as well as breeding and farming fish and shrimp projects.
Current projects include: plans to build a new neighborhood on top of the 200 acre railyard in Sunnyside, Queens; new streets, sewers, open space and utilities to support Hunters Point South in LIC, the single largest affordable housing development--over 5,000 units--in NYC since the '70s; over $180M in critical infrastructure improvements at Coney Island; turning the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Sunset Park (SBMT), the only maritime site in Brooklyn, Queens or LI with direct rail links, into an operational port with rail access; and a new tech hub near Union Square Park.
In the wake of last week's River Festival, which saw Cunard's majestic Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth moored at the cruise liner landing stage, Royal Navy flagship HMS Albion is the latest to berth at the historic maritime site.
The maritime site of the new bridges is classified as one of Finland's 27 heritage sites.
The park is included as a maritime site on the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail.
Work will be performed in terrestrial and maritime site.
The award also reveals an extra Au4m for the project comprising a Au3m contribution from the Homes and Communities Agency, in charge for the regeneration of the adjacent Chatham Maritime site.
The MeyGen tidal stream project will harvest the tidal resources of one of the most energetic maritime sites in Europe, the strait connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea between the Orkney Islands and the Scottish mainland.
PENED in 1848, it was once the busy hub of Liverpool's port trade and remains one of Europe's most historic maritime sites.
Given the extent and significance of Pacific maritime cultures the editors could have included an additional chapter in Section IV providing an overview of archaeological work conducted to date on prehistoric Pacific maritime sites encompassing underwater, coastal and terrestrial sites.
Although ceramics are found at most late prehistoric Maritime sites, they occur in relatively small amounts.
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